OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, September 07, 1902, Image 12

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1902-09-07/ed-1/seq-12/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 12

i I
12 THE T SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1902 i9O
THE TII SALT LAKE IAK HERALD HERALDPsbCsied RAlD RAlDP
PsbCsied P lliked Erery ETet ETeryDay Day f il UK te tk Year YearTHE Year1y
1y 1yTHE
THE HERALD COMPANY COMPANYTERMS COfdPANYs COMPANYTEZMS
TERMS s OF SU3SC3UPTIOW SU3SC3UPTIOWDAILY SuBScnIPrIoXDIIJY
DAILY AND SUNDAY SUNDAYOne SUNDAYOne
One month rnontbr J JTbreo
r Three month 2M 2MOne M MOno
Ono year yca 1000 1000SUNDAY 10QISUNDAY
SUNDAY SUNDAYOps SUNDAYOno
Ono Op year ear 00 00SEMIWEEKLY
l SEMIWEEKLY SEMIWEEKLYIn
In Advance AdvanceOne AdvanceOno AdvanceOne
One year yearEx ear J1CO J1COSix 11550 11550Six
Six months monthsI 75 75Btitlneas
I
Btitlneas Office otfIqTeIcphone Telephone Tel pbone 3S7 JS7Manl1ers UTanagers 2 2Managers
Managers anagers Office Telephone 357 35i3 35i3Bdttonql 3570EdftorII 3 3Editorial
Editorial Rooms RoxnTelephone Telephone STL STLBASTICRN S71EASTiCRN
BASTICRN OFFICESW OFFICES
W J Morton in charge charse1M
1M Na Nuu atu St New York YorkST
ST 1 WashlnKten St Chicago i United UnitedBtataa UnitedStat Unitedj
Btataa Stat Exp Bldjr BldjrSubscribers DldJSubserlbens
j
Subscribers leaving the city clt can have
The T Th o JJerr IJoral4 delivered to any Itdares v vmall by bymall
mall telephono1S7 1eIephone Z7 or write Th IJcmJd IJcmJdTHE IjeriUdTHE
THE IDAHO NOMINATIONS NOMINATIONSIIK NOMINATIONSTIU1
TIU1 TILE IIK SOLICITUDE of t the local Re ReL Repub1lcan
L 1 publican organ for the Democratic Democraticparty Democraticparty
party in Idaho is charming It Con oonBrsfcilate OQnmoatulAte
Brsfcilate the Idaho Democrats for forridding torJ rorx1ddIa
J ridding rlddl S theaiMlves II of the Populists up upthere UPthere upthere
there and attempts to create the Im Impresakm 1mJtf haireeMon
presakm Jtf sMCm that the Demoorats consider considerthe considerthe
the rlddanoe a good one As a matter matterof mntterot
ot faat ot practically all of the Idaho IdahoPopulists IdahoPopulists IdahoPopuHste
Populists have aligned themselves with withthe withthe withthe
the Democratic party partyThis pnrtyThis
This Is true of Senator Heltfeld HeltfeldCensraesman HeltteldCen
Cen Censraesman r Bsnlan Glenn Martin Jacobs Jacobsand Jacobsand
and other leaders Je der The Silver Repub Republicans Repub1IOftns ¬
licans Il ena are ar also aligned with the Demo Democrats Demoaats Demo01t9 ¬
crats sa that the talk of casting the thePopullstit theP01UJIUS thePopultets
Popullstit or any other reformers adrift
1 the height of silliness The Demo Demooratle DemoonUs
onUs party is f the only natural haven havenfor haventor
for men of all beliefs who sincerely sincerelyd sincerelydesire
desire d 8lre to bring about needed need 4 reforms reformsin
in government affairs The Populists Populistsand PopuUstsand Popu1iatand
and Sliver Republicans could not con consistently cpnelatently coneletently ¬
sistently join the party of Hanna and
80 0 th they y have taken the other course courseDemocratic courseDemocmtlc
Democratic victory at the poUs In InIdaho InIdaho
Idaho la already assured and the suc successor sucCMSOr ¬
cessor of Senator Heltfeld will 111 be a aDemocrat aDwnoornt aDocyat
Democrat The state ticket nominated nominatedat
i at Poaatfillo iq one that cannot fail fan to tocommand tocommand tocommand
command the respect and the loyal loyalsupport loynlsupport loyalsupport
support ot a large Jar c majority m jorlty of the thevoters tl1eters
voters ters From Governor Hunt named namedto
to succeed himself down to the last lastIndividual lastIndlvldunl lastIndividual
Individual every member Is clean and andcapable andcapable andcapable
capable The ticket deserves to vlnind vlnI vln winInd
I ind It will win winThere winThere winThere
There were ere some lively fights in the theconvention thetfwonUon theehvuntion
convention ehvuntion and before tho convention conventionbut
but they were all good natured and andevery andevery
every Idaho Democrat can support the thenominees thenominees thenominees
nominees without losing one Iota of ofhis ofhis
his selfrespect Now is the time for forthem torthem fOrthem
them to get ge tpgthar and work with without withDut withsut ¬
out ceasing until the polls close The Thenuminatlons Thenmlnatfons Theneminations
numinatlons were all In the end made madeby madetiy
by y acclamation which Is in itself a aood anod
nod augury for perfect harmony and andmutual andptual andnutual
mutual ptual good understanding understandingIdaho
Idaho is attracting attrn attra ting more than ordi ordinary ordinary ¬
nary attention this year and the Re Renublleans Republfcans Renubhleans
nublleans are going to spend consider considerable conalderable ¬
k able money there It I is admitted adJnltt by bythe bythe bythe
the Republican national leaders that thattboy thattbOY thattbpy
tboy must fight hard to retain control controlof
i of the house One On of the votes they theyar
ar ara claiming as a gain is the vipte v te of ofIdahos at atId ofg I
g Idahos Id lhos congressmanIn congressman In thistheV this th they y are aregoing areSofng areguing
going to be disappointed ft there is isanything ISj IsanythIng
j anything In political indications indicationsOUR lndIcatfonst
t
j OUR LIVELY OLD FOLKS FOLKST
f 1 T T WAS HARDLY NECESSARY for forthe forthe forL
L the census department to promul promulgat promulgate promulgate
gate gat Ita bulletin about the Incrqase In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the age average erage of the United States StatesBrery Statesfory StatesIvory
Ivory day we find items in the daily dailynewspapers d1Uynwspapers dilynewspapers
nwspapers newspapers about the great things thingsdone thingsdone thingsdone
done by aged men and women Theres TheresSfartln Theresdltrtln Theres4artin
Sfartln Rylz of It Santa Monica onIQa Cal The Thelast Thelut Thelast
last wonderful thing about Martin wag waghis Va VahIs vas vashis
his death He had lived to be 107 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and it WWI but natural that those thoseabout thoseIbQut thoseibout
about him should expect him to keep keepon keepI
I I on living forever foreverJohn torevert
t I John M Dennison of Kansas fur furnldhes furnlflhes furnthhes
nldhes another other example of what a boy boyoan boylttndo boyoftn
oan lttndo do whn wb n he tries Mr Dennlson DennlsonRaw Den fson fson88V
a Raw a swarm of bees light on one ot ofthe ottba otthe
the limbs of a tall tree t e in his front frontyard trontyaJd frontyajd
yaJd and by way of celebrating his hisqJghtynJnth hIshynlnth hisghynInth
qJghtynJnth birthday anniversary n lversary he heoenciuded henoluded heconcluded
oenciuded concluded to go after those bees The TheIftngost TheItPJllSt TheIpgest
Iftngost ladder he had was too short 90 90h aoi fOht
h ht i shinned up the tree until he hetsached hetttflched hevencbed
tsached the limb where the bees re repo reed reNtsad
po Ntsad ed Then ho cut oft the limb and andhlnned undlnned andlnnod
hlnned down the th tree with It The Thebgos Thebtes
1 bps are his now nowAt nowAt nowt
At t a Washington hpspHal h pJtal Ute other othenday otherd othetday
day d y two men ware sitting sltUn on the t e lawn lawntalking lawntaJklnJ lawntaIkin
talking taIkin politcs One was 25 Ii years old old3hJ oldThi
3hJ 1 Thi b > other was born orn In the year of ofBrAce oflJrfce ciftee
BrAce ftee 1S02 The discussion waxed so sowarm soWarm soi
i warm that the younger man felt Im 1mpoll ImPClUed Impelled
poll PClUed d to add some foroe to his hI argu arguiBent arguJtIent argua
a iBent So he picked up a bench nch and andhurled nndhurled andhurled
hurled It at the centenarian The Th lat lattw latttr latter
tw sidestepped the bench and at once oncefJl oncetWl onettIl
fJl upon the other fellow Before he heMHild heId heuld
MHild uld Id be pulled puJledort oft he IUd beaten him himuntil hlnuatn I Iutfl
until h he howled for mercy merc And to add addair addIt I Ias
as It air ef veracity o the talc there Is Isnq Isnq Is I Ino
nq statement that the old man saw sawhe sawte sa sake
he te troops marching home from the thewr theL thuivr
wr L r of 1812 1812It 1812It 1812It
It looks as if the old were growing growingyounger growinggunscr growln85Unger
younger and the young growing older oldera oJdarall 01dmall
a all the time There wont be any dls dlsIHjjlng dlsI disling
ling I YJt YJtIng Ing th the latter propoaltlon at any anyrate anyr an anrate
rate r e
I
POLITICAL uDA DARK K HORSES HORSESthe t10HBEST
i T THIS HIS IS THB TIME ot year when whenthe I
3 the political dark horse makes makeshis makesbll I Ihl
his hl appearance The dark horse ba bait beIt b bit
it understood la the fellow who hides hidesout hIdesqt I IOut
out qt in tfee taishja 1m 11N and waits w lts until a adtl e I Iddiook
4 deadlock dtl 1dlock or nome other combination of ofcJwumslancos orchieumstancos ci ciehieumstancos
cJwumslancos enables el1ubl him to rush out outa outBRit t tat
a BRit at 4 Garry away the prize that other otherv othermen otheinn
v m men n more worthy perhaps have been beenbflHaUy beenbcuu beerbesemly
bcuu bflHaUy tJ and strenuously striving to toobtain totlbtaln t tDbtalfl
obtain obtainTo tlbtalnTa DbtalflTo
To some pollticlana there is some something something somethIng ¬ j
thing mighty attractive about playing playingth playinth
th dark drkb horae c For one thing thT l It la lamuch IgmUeh is ismuch
much cheaper chea r The dark horsd horsdtoeant hor9iJofsnt hors horsheesnt
toeant have to organize any an election electionfllatrlot electionatatrlet electioy4itrict
fllatrlot machinery he doesnt have to topremise topr te tepr9mlse
premise pr > mlse places to his faithful lieuten lieutenants lieutenants hiautenants ¬
ants end their friends he isnt re reQUlred retlulred reuired
QUlred to equip marching clubs to pay paytraveling payt12veJlng pa patraveling
traveling expenses or to do any of the thecountless theounUess th r rcountless
countless other things that fall tQ the thelot thelot thulot
lot of the average Open pen and announced announcedcandidate announcedandldate I Isandidato
candidate candidateTrue sandidatoTrue andldateTrue
True he runs the the risk of losing the thenomination theDomlnatton thunomination
nomination but aU of the straightfor straightforward stralghUarward straightforward ¬
ward candidates must take the same samechance samechance saxn i ichance
chance So your our dark horse If he hu i
loses l e with his unopeSed uno1C unopeed ed purse p pursean4 e anQ his 5 5j 5I
j
I
unwoBted u time Is much better oft than thananybody thananybody
anybody a In the race ce except = x ept the vic victor Ie Ietar ¬
tar t or And It Is not a sure aurethlng thing that be beIsnt beIsnt
Isnt I better off off o than t an the winner of at othe the thenomination thenomination
nomination n after all allFortunately aUFortunately allFortunately
Fortunately forthe for the good of politics politicsthe po1tttcsthe
the t he day of the dark horse is fast fastwaning fastwanIng
waning w Politics these days is just justlike justlike
like l lw ike any other business b slnes The man who whoworks w1loworks
works w orks hardest Is the man generally g 1emtlr rec recognized recognlzld ¬
ognized o as entitled to the spoils There Thereshould Therehould
hould s be no false modesty about as aspiring asplrln ¬
piring p ixing for office Any American citizen citizenhas citizenhas
has h as the right to ask the support of his hisfellowcitizens hIstellowcltlzens
fellowcitizens f for some place In the thegift thegltt
gift g ift of the people peopleI jt they tM dont want wanthim wanthim wantim
him h im they can refuse to o nominate or orelect orelect
elect him That Is another another Inalienable InalienableAmerican Inalienable InalienableAmerl
American Amerl A mer1ca an privilege privilegeThat privilegeThat
That anything that Is not worth worthworking wortborklng
working for Is not worth living ap applies applies ¬
plies p lies to politics with as muih mu force l rCf as asIt tllJIt
It I t applies to private life It Is not fair fairto talrto
to t o the men who have worked wor1 < d to be beturned beturned
turned t aside In in favor of some Indi Individual In41II1tijI ¬
vi vidual v who has not worked In urg urging ur urIng ¬
ing i ng the selection of n dark horse horsecandidate horseandidate 1orlJe I
candidate c It Is often argued that he heshould heJlhould hehou1d
should be named because he Is allied alliedwith aUledwith alliedith
with w ith no faction an4 has conseauently conseauentlymade conseQqentiymade copsequentlymade
made no enemies enemiesWill nemlesWfU
Will some friend of the dark darkhorse darkItorac
horse h orse jmme name a man without enemies enemieswho cnemlelwhQ
who has ns a n great many warm friends friendsBitter trJends1DItter
Bitter l enemies make good friends That Thatsounds ThatJlounds
sounds p paradoxical but It Is true The Theman Theman rheman
man who has tlW bitterest enemies has hasthe hasthe
the warmest friends trlen < 1s tQ offset any anywork anywork
work they may be able to do against againsthim againsthIm
him h im The politician who has made no noenemies nQenemies
enemies e hasnt done very efficient e lclent par party party ¬
ty service serviceA
A A survey of the political leaders Jeade of ofall otaU ofll
all a ll parties shows this to be true Grover GroverCleveland GroverCleveland
Cleveland C twice elected by the Democ Democracy Democracy ¬
racy r acy to t the highest office in the na nations nattons ¬
ions t gift made enemies by thousands thousandsWilliam tlJouliandJWilliam
William J Bryan who led the Demo Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic c hosts in two presidential cam campaigns eampal camaigna ¬
paigns pal p ns also numbers his enemies eneml by bythe bythe
the t he thousand The same thing Is true trueof trueof
of P t David Bennett Hill Ul and Andot of every everyother everyoth
other oth o r leader leaderOn leaderOn
On the Republican side James G GBlalne GJUalne
elaIne was bitterly assailed aB8aU d from the themoment themoment
moment he gained national prominence prominenceSo
So S o was William McKInley so are Theo Theodora Theodore ¬
dora d ora Roosevelt and Platt and Allison Allisonand AJUsonand
and a nd Aldrich and the rest restA
4 4A
A REIGN OF TERROR TERROROMETHINO TERRORSOMETHING
SOMETHING Q OMETHINO IS RADICALLY wrong wrongwith wrongwith
i J with the police force of Salt lake kakeCity lakeCity
City Never was crime so general so soopen soopen
open and so notorious as it is today todaynever todaynever
never were the police so helpless so soutterly soutterly
utterly unable to meet conditions Bur Burglars Burglars ¬
glars are busily engaged In their illicit illicitcalling JUlcltcaJUnS Illicitcalling
calling pedestrians are held up and androbbed androbbed
robbed by murderous thugs human humanlife humnriUfe
life l was never held so cheap and as asyet asyet
yet the police have failed to make a asingle asingle
single s arrest of importance importanceAre ft ftAre
Are the police terrorized as well as asthe astlte
the people D ple Are they the afraid to make makearrests makearrests snakearrests
arrests of suspicious persons for fear fearthey fearthey
they t may discommode some highly re respectable respectable ¬
spectable s gambler Is Is IChIef Chief of Police PolicePaul POIfCPaul FolicsPaul
Paul so engrossed with his private and andpersonal andpersonal
personal business that he hasnt time timeto ttmeto timeo
to t o look after the interests he e is paid paidby paidby
by the people to look after Surely Surelyit
it I t Is better to let a buggy or two go gounwashed gounwashed gounwashed
unwashed a n horse go uncurrled now nowand nowand nowand
and then than to leave the citizens at atthe atthe
the mercyof mercy ot an organize ofg nlze band of des desperatfi desperat desperat6cropks
peratfi perat6cropks perat6cropksobppykno1y cropks cropksJNohp clOpksJSob9py
JNohp JSob9py obppykno1y y know noWI how many burglaries burglariesandholdupsth bllrglarles bllrglarlesandholdups bpglariesandboldupsthe
andholdupsth lhe police have sup1 sup1pressed sup suppressed
pressed They try hard enough to sup suppress suppress suppress ¬
press information about all of them themso
so that It Is really just a matter of ofchance ofol1ance ofchance
chance when any beoome public prop property property ¬
erty A glance through what is of ofQially ortQlaUy
tQlaUy Qially and lightly lI htlf known as the thesqueal tMsQueal thesqueal
squeal book might result in the pro production produotlon ¬
duction of some interesting facts Are Arethe direthe Arethe
the burglars and footpads being ac accorded accorded accorded ¬
corded the same protection as the gam gamblers gamblers ¬
blers and the saloonkeepers who keep keeptheir keeptheir keeptheIr
their places of business open on Sun Sunday Sund Sunday ¬
day d Y1 Is it possible that that was wa nom nominated nomInated pornmated ¬
inated in the bond entered into be between between between ¬
tween the Republican party and the theJawbreaklng theIlwbreaklng thep4wbreaking
Jawbreaklng element Just prior to the thelast thelast
last city election electionThe el electIonThe ctfon ctfonThe
The Herald is not disposed to criti criticise aridelse ¬
else the police department unfairly unfairlyThe untalrlyThe unfairlyThe
The life of an officer of the law Is not nota
a bed b d of roses rosrs under the most favor favorable lavorable avor avora1 ¬
able a1 > Je conditions but there Is a limit to tothe tothe tothe
the public patience Months onths ago we wewere wewere wevere
were were told that Chief of Police Hilton Hiltonwasa Hiltonwas Hiltonwas
wasa was a disorganizes thatthe that the depart department department departn ¬
ment n nt could never attain the high hl h stand standar4 8tandrd standard
ar4 rd of efficiency effl lency manifested manltest < < under underformer undertormer underformer
former chiefs so long as Hilton re remained remained remaipedatitahead ¬
mained maipedatitahead maipedatitaheadThen at its head headThen headThen
Then Hilton Hf ton was discharged c is h ged or re relgned reigned relgngd
lgned however one cares to put It ItPaul ItPau1 itPaul
Paul was appointed and the people peoplewere peoplewere peopletvere
were assured that lawbreaking would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be stopped that heclty he olty would be beQleareif belearef pecleared
cleared of o thelawless thc awJ s1 a element and andtjat andt11l1t andtJat
tjat life and property would be safe safeLThe safene safeThe
The ne very reverse has been the case caseMatters caseat caseMatera
Matters Matera at ers have gone from bad to worse worseyntil worsetltf worseWitit
yntil tltf no man can say s sayhe 1 he will not be berobbed berobbed berobbed
robbed at any hour of the night on lila Tilsway blsWhY lilafrom
way from the th downtown district to his hishome hishome hislsome
home homeThe homeThe lsomeThe
The time seems near at hand hand when whenevery whencvtr whenevery
every cvtr citizen will be obliged to boar beararms boararmIS boararms
arms In his own defense when every everyon everyon everywill
on win 111 have q Q to Q install spring guns gunsand gunsand gunSand
and burglar alarms about his premises premisesOPENING premisesOPEPfIHG premisesir
ir irOPENING
OPENING OF SCHOOL SCHOOLAnd j jAnd
And then the whining whiningoebool school boy with withcweplng
his satchel and 8blntn shinsng morning face
cweplng like snail unwillingly to school schoolA schOQIA
A A A T ONE swift stroke trnV Shake Shalceppeare olr olrthus peare pearethus
3 thus sketched the boy so many of ofus ora ofus
us a know knowrhere There will wll be some hun hundreds hundreds bundred ¬
dreds dred of him in Salt Lake tomorrow tomorrowfor
for the long vacation is over And Andyet Andyet Andthe
yet the picture Is not altogether true trueto trueto trueto
to life Strange though Jt may seem seemsome scemsome seemsome
some boys actually actuall like to go to school schoolThey s schoolThey hool hoolThey
They wear the shining morning face facebut t facebut te tebut
but they the dont creep unwillingly when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the bell begins to ring ringBut ringBut ringBut
But willing or unwilling as the In Individual Indfldual Individual ¬
dividual youngster may be a large largepercentage lar largepercentage e epercentage
percentage of the mothers of Salt Lake Lakewill LakewUl Lakectll
will heave a sigh of heartfelt thanks thanksgiving thanksgiving
giving when the roll is called tomor tomorrow tOmorro tornorrow
row ro Nobody Nobod wants to deprive chil ¬
dren of their inalienable right to t have havea
a good time but it Is almost as hafe hafeto ha hato hai haito
to keep up with a streak of mirror mirrorreHected mirrorreflected mirrorreflected
reflected light as with a boy on devil devilment deUment devIlmeat ¬
ment bent Most of them are on ondevilment ondevUment ondevilment
devilment bent from the time school schoolcloses 80hoolcloses schoolcloses
closes In June until it opens opens again In InSeptember InSeptember InSeptember
September SeptemberThere SeptemberThere SeptemberThere
There Is something restful in the
knowledge that for a few hours every
day da the boy or the small girl Is safe
from the irrigating ditch apfe from
the trolley car safe from the bonfire bonfirespark bonfirespark bonfirespark
spark safe from dozens of other dire ¬
ful possibilities Such knowledge is isworthJthe IsQghse
worthJthe he Jorry w rry and nd bother of se1 Se seeing In
thWtce3JUCW thatcea 415 hed hair l com eoznb bet
jackc ja jackets ckets and dresses dreu s brushed brushedeaned and andcleaned anicleaned I
cleaned cl eaned stockings mended shoes poj pojJshed polIshed
Jshed is hed Nor are the mothers the only onlyones onl onlonea onlynes
ones o nes who will enjoy a period of rest restfulness retstfulness retuiness
fulness fulnessThe fulnessThe f uinessThe
The fidgety woman without any anychildren anychildren anyhildren
children c of her er own will thank htavei htaveithat ht bsaveihat e1 e1that
that t a lot of rascally boys are no noContinually1 nocontlnuaJ1
Continually1 Continually1running contlnuaJ1 t running over her lawn lawnpicking L1VJtpicking lawnIckIng
picking p her flowers stuffing themselves themselveswith themsehesWith themselvesith
W with ith the green fruit In her back yard yardand yar4an4 yardn4
and a n4 yeMJng like young Indians all day daylong da taylong
long l ong The crusty old gentleman with withthe wIththe
the t he pet rabbits and the th prim old maid maidwho malllwho
who w ho loves her kittens will rejoice with withan withan
an a n exceeding ex eedlng great Joy JoyNow joyNow
Now the trials of the teachers begin beginPeople begInPeople
People P eople who labor under the t e Impres Impression ¬
sion 8101 s lori that the school teacher has what whatIs
Is I s technically tec nlcaUy known as as a snap snapnhou4 snapJlhQQI4
nhou4 s try to govern a school room roomfor roomtor
for f or about two weeks at the beginning beginningof
of o f a term At fh the end of that time timeit UmeIt
it I t is a certainty that those people will willbe wmbe
be b e willing Ulln to make affidavit that the theteacher tl1eteacher
teacher t earns every cent he or she shegets shesets
gets g ets and more moreCLEAN
1 1CLEAN
CLEAN NEWSPAPER WORK WORKTHE WORKT
THE T T liE HJJRALDS HfjRA JRMD8 DS esteemed oontem oontemporary QOnt m mporary
j porary the Intermountain Catho Catholic Catholic ¬
lic S c In a spasm of selfrighteousness selfrighteousnesstakes s stl
takes tl t ke elj the dally a ny press of Salt Lake to totask totaJk
task t for or Its method of handling the thenews thenews
news n ews Says the Catholic CatholicThe CathottcThe
The dally press of Salt Lake In its itsupon
treatment t of local news part1cularl part1cularlcrImInal particularly
cU crImInal c news and nnyth nnythng nl reflecting retiecUngu
upon u Ofl n the th character cba ctEr of a person milk milkno mckee mckeeo rouicu rouicuno
no n o distinction between < tweeJ public opinion and andpublic andptlbllc
public p ublic curiosity In its desire to satisfy
the last it utterly Ignores the first No Noremonstrance Nor8mondr1ncetrom io
remonstrance r8mondr1ncetrom r from the rollsloua element elementl
ot o f our peoplo no Jersuaiton from mrn mrnlind mm
lind nd women occupy occupyIng ng the clean SIde ide ot ot1I0clai ofoclal
1I0clai l life Inhibits the local press IJre sress s from fromopening tromopening
opening o the floodgates tlQo lates of o scandal and
Immorality i ic and publishing the details of ofcrime u ucrime I
crime c in all Its offensiveness even ob obscenity oblicenlty ¬
scenity s Resentment so far from frornteaeh teach ¬
it ing In i ng the dally datJypress press a lesson iesso or loadIng loadingo j jto
to t o any modification of tho sensational sensationalonly aElnll sensationalnly 1UOnll I Ionb
only o nly makes the reporter re orter mora wicked wickedThe wlakedThe
The Herald is not all that It should shouldbe fhouldbe
be b e or that Its management would like likeIt likeIt
It i t to be but It mast enter a plea of not notguilty notguily
guilty g In this Instance Instnce In the rush and andhurry andhurry
hurry h urry that are necessarily necessriy attendant atendant on onthe onthe onhe
the t he issuance of a daily daly newspaper it I Is Jsnot Isnot
not n ot always possible to see that the theEnglish theEnglsh
English Englsh is II the purest the words the thebest thebest
best b est chosen chosen It I Is possible though to toavoid t
avoid a the publication pubUcaton of offensive otenslve mat matter mt mtter ¬
td ter t er and this The Herald has ha always alwaysdone alwaysdonn
done doneEvery donnEvery d one
Every man who prepares prepares news for forthe torthe
the t he columns of The Herald and every everyman everyman
4
man who reads that matter mate before It Itis ItIs
is i s put Into In qtype type makes It his hi business businessto
to t o see that nothing which would of offend ottend ofend ¬
fend f the most delicate deJc < te sensibilities senllbltes Is Isused Isused
used u sed The Herald Is a newspaper newspaper that thatprints thatprints thatrints
prints p rints all al the t1e news but iso 0 head of a aSalt aSlt
Salt Slt Lake household Is obliged to scan scanIts scanIts
Its i ts pages carefully carefuly In order QI1er to see it itthe I ithe
the t he paper papr may be put before the mem members members ¬
bers b ees of his family tamly without being cen censored censored ecuored ¬
sored soredIt s I
soredI It I is I far easier to criticise than to tocorrect tpcorrect toorrect
correct c as the editor of the Catholic Catholicvery
theCathlc theCathlcery
very ery well eU knows knows It I Is also easier esier to tocriticise tocrfclse
criticise crfclse c generally generly than to criticise crfclse spe specifically speclflcUy ¬
cifically clflcUy c There Is no doubt that much muchflUh muohfh
fiLls fh creeps CrleIJS Into Int the public publc prints print under underthe underthe
t the he guise of news and that some Salt SaltLake
I
Lake papers are more or less guilty gUity on onthat onthat
that t score lcore The Herald Herld however Is Isnot Isnot r
not one of them themAny themAny
Any memberof m mhmbez mber ot any family famiy In Salt SaltLake Sal
Lake Lake may read The Herald Herld without withoutfeai withoutfell withouteat
feai fell f eat of shock Vigorous language is isjnecejssary IsJtct1Sary80meUm I Iecsarysonietimes
jnecejssary Jtct1Sary80meUm ecsarysonietimes sometlmes in the heireatmcnt heireatmcntor Atreatment treatment treatmentof
of subjects bJ cts proper properJo ior or r discucsjon dlse disction Ion but butVlgroiisEng1lsh butvlg
VlgroiisEng1lsh vlg ro sng1Ish dpd folil to l EngUsK E1JsI are areas areas
as a s different dfere t as a battle bate with wih boxing boxinggloves boxng boxnggloves boxinggloves
gloves and a battle bate with wih mud balls ballsPresident bnltsPresident
President Roosevelts solution ot otthe otthe o
the t le anthracite anthracie strike problem la as asclear asclear
clear c 05 I six si feet tet of f Jordan river mud mudHe mudHe mudHe
He says he is sure the conservative conservativeopinions conseratve conseratveoplnl consercatfe consercatfepini
opinions oplnl o ns of the at the
men head cf l t the theRepublican t g
Republican Republcan party In Pennsylvania Pennshanla AvlIIultimately AvlII wil wilultmately iviilultimately
ultimately ultmately result In an amicable jml < le set settlement settement setlement ¬
tlement tement t or the great question queston Could Couldanything ould ouldanything I
anything be clearer clearerIgleslas clearerIgl
4
Igleslas Igl slas the Cuban labor leader will willnot wU wI1 wI1not
not be required to answer the charge chargeof ehargior
or conspiring to Increase the price nrlce4Q nrlce4Qlabor priceuabor o olabor
labor l The case against him has hasbeen hasben I Ibeen
been ben pigeonholed It I may be noted notedIn fted ftedIn I In
In i n passing however that Iglealas Igle la tpent tpentsix tPfnt tPfntsl L Lsix
six sl > or seven months In prison for his hisalleged hisaleged S Salleged
alleged aleged offense offenseIt ottenseI
L
It I Is II good to know that work on the thenew thenew thunew
new federal federl building buiding will wi be resumed r I
it at Once The foundation foundaton problem pr lem las 1ajbeen llabeelsolved lasbeen
been beelsolved solved and If the contractors contrctors want wantto wanttomnke waniosnake
to tomnke make themselves popular in this city cfy cit r rthey
they will wUhurry hurry that building buiding buildingto to com completion competon cornpietion ¬
pletion peton at the earliest earlest possible late lateThe lateaa lateThe
aa aaThe
The killing kUlng of Jennings bythe br the road roadhouse roadhouse L LhousO
house proprietor proprtor proprietor Ecksteln certainly de deserves deserves doserves
serves careful Investigation Investgton Thert Thertare Thertare Ther Therare
are some very ugly features tenuN about the thecase thecase S Scase
case which must be explained before beforethe beforethe S Sthe
the shooting shootng can en be classed clased classedas as a a a Jus Justifiable juslUlaQle justillable ¬
tillable homicide homicideOur homlcde homlcdeur homicIdeDur b
Our ur esteemed suburban contempo contemporary conton conteniporary po porary ¬
rary the Tribune Trbune s announced yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day In a front page pa9e head that FranK FranKD FrJ c cD
D Farnsworth had espoused Republi Republican Repu Repubhiclus J ¬
can ca principals Where rhere Is Charles Charl s Mos Mostyn Motyn Mostyn
tyn Owen OwenApparently Owel OwelAppar QwenApparently
Apparently Appar nty the only hope for Salt SaltLakers SaltLaker SailLakers
Lakers Laker IB If i to wait until untl the burglars burglarsand burglarsand I Iand
and highwaymen hlglwaymen get rich enough to toretire toretre toretire
retire retre from business businss The police polce dont donteem dontteem donlseem
seem teem to be able to mend things thln very verymaterially verymaterialy ver vermaterially
materially materiallyIt materialy materialyI
It I Is to be hoped hopedttat that U at Councilman CouncilmanDavejer Counciman CouncimanDlveler I IPaveler
Davejer Dlveler will wU continue contnue his efforts etor until unt I
he makes all al the th chimneys In town towncease towncease I Icease
cease their villaInous mnou practice pmQtc of ofsmoKIng ot oj ojsmoking
smoKIng up upA upA upA
r
A A few prominent Republicans RepubUcns could couldhave couldhave coulchave
have managed to bear up If that
trol trolley tl tlley ro rohey ¬
ley accident accIdent had temporarily temprriy paralyzed paralyzedthe parly ed edthe I Ithe
the presidents vocal vocl organs organsThat orns ornsThalhoste organsThat
That Thalhoste hostile fleet f t has had some morq mop mopbad
bad luck luck It I hajs ha has been destroyed detoyed again againthis agin aginthis againthis
this time by the army Therefore
tme the thecountry thecountr thu t tcountry
country countr Isnow Is now doubly c0ubly safe safeSenators sare safes safeSenators
s I ISenators
Senators Platt and Quay have hve been beenholding een eenholding S Sholding
holding a a secret srt conference cnference In New WenYork NewYork NevYork
York York Somebody Someboy had better beter get rendy
to stand from under underDeylne underDevine
1 1DevIne
Deylne DevIne must have thought he xyns xynsgoing s sgoing S Sgoing
going going to a fire fre from trm the way lie ran rn in inthe Inthe Is I Ithe
the Salt Lake Lke City primaries primariesD prlmalel
I ID
D Harrington tlngtn oh where wher was wht he heUp hePhiladelphIa
e eUp
Up to Date Dat v vPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelph Press PressHave P PressHave
Have you a a typewriter bewrter here hert inquired U USure I
fnqud HU
the seddler edler of supplies sUPtUea
Sure reDlIed the thoh business man
What Vha style tle may I ITho r rhQcr IThe u man
The hQcr very latest Ilt t shirt fhlr waist walkinc
wst walklnt
lf ikittada1Pthstoestcf al tltst of tlntt thlge
nt fl vs and andiis ii M of ofti
ti ih tfee Book BOk World WorldBY
BY HERBERT HERBEIT BRBWSTER BRBWSTERH REWST WSTR R
H HE news that George Douglass DouglassI JOqgJIUiS JOqgJIUiSIrwn
1
I I Brown Irwn who under undr the pen name nameof nme nmeot
of George Douglass wrote The h hHouse j
House H out With Wih the Green Gren Shutters Shutter died diedsuddenly diedluddenly dieduddenly
suddenly luddenly s on the Sth ult came as a agreat areat
great g reat shock to his American Americn admirers admirersOf amirr
Of O f these the2e there 1 were assuredly nauredly very verymany verymany
many m any The grim lm story to of Scotch S oth life lifemade memad lifeade
made mad m ade a deep Impression I pre 510n on everyone everyonewho everone everonewho everyoneho
who w ho read red Jt and though It was the first firstbook frt frtbook
book b ook by the th author he was Wt hailed hafed as asthe asthe ase
the th the e coming Balzac Blzac of his people Lit Literally Li Litrally ¬
rally erat e Mr r Brown Brwn became be me famous fmous In a aday adB aay
day dB d ay The Th book fell tel almost 6UU ltfl tilI born bornfrom bornrom rn rnfrl
from frl f rom the press in both England EJSland and andj andAmerIc andmerica
j America AmerIc A Then one of the editors eitors of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he London Jndon Times got gQt hold of a copy copyand copynnl copypel
and nnl o pel shortly fhorty there appeared appeire4 a review reviewpf
pf o f the story stry which made everyone everone won wonder wonder ¬
od der d er who this young writer wrter was that thathad thatb thatad
had b ad d come down from the north to con conquer conquer conuer ¬
quer q uer literary Jerary England In this country countrythe countrythe countrythe
the book was on sale sle for several severalmonths severl severlmcmtQ8 severalonths
months m onths before betor the public publc began b ga to totalk totalk toalk
talk t of It then suddenly Interest was wasawakened wqs wqsIwakened W3wakened
awakened Iwakened a and edition editon after ater edition editon was wassold wasfold wasold
sold old by h the
fold s y publishers publishersGeorge publshJ
George Douglass Dougla Brown was 33 3 3 years yearsold yearsoJd yearsld
old o ld at his death He had been a 1 s bard bardworking bardwQrklng
working w ow Journalist journalst in London Lndon ever since sinceleaving sincelevJng sinceeaving
leaving levJng l Oxford but when his first firstbook fmt fmtbQk firstook
book bQk b ook made the success It did he re retired retred reired ¬
tired tred t from the dally daty grind He took a ahouse ahouse aouse
house h ouse in Halsemere where Tyndall TyndallJived Tyndal Tyndaliived
Jived lved l and where w ere Grant Allen Aten and andConan I IConan
Conan C onan Doyle live fve now n Everything Everythingwas Everythlnwas
was going well wet for the ie e young man he hehad hehad
had h ad been beln In a Jubilant jubiant state ltate for the theprevious theprevIous therevious
previous p revious year He had ad planned a trip tripon trlpi trlpion tripn
on o n the continent contnent a tramp through throughScotland throughScotand throughcotland
Scotland Scotand S and several severl other pleasure pleanuretrips pJeaHurebut pleasureripS
trips t but the fame of his hIl book ook actual actually actually actualbrought ¬
ly ly i brought so many visitors visior to his hlahome hi hisome
home h ome that he could not get away awayThen awaY awayhen
Then T hen he decided that he had lost too tooI toomuch toomuch
I much time tme and he went to t work hard hardon hardon hardn
on o n his hs second story Itory this thl story was to tohave tc toave
oh have h ave been en finished tulshed this fall Cal Meantime Meantimehe Meantme Meantmehe
he h e had become engaged and 1n was to tohave tohave toave
have h ave been married maried early ealy this fall fal aft after atter aftr ¬
er e r which event he had planned a wed wedding wedding weding ¬
ding d ing journey to Italy ItalyAs Ialy IalyAs ItalyAs
As a young man the author was wascuriously wascurously wasurloualy
ct curiously c indifferent Indterent to study at one onetime onetme oneime
time tme t and most laborious at books at an another another anther ¬
other o When Vhenhe he went to school at atGlasgow Il IlGIIIOW atlasgow
Glasgow GIIIOW G he neglected his studies for fortwo tortwo forwo
two t wo years but In the last year there therehe therehe theree
he h e worked hard and succeeded In win winning wlnnlm wining ¬
ning p ing scholarships worth altogether altogethersome altogethersome altogetherome
ps
some s 4000 400 These funds enabled him himto himto himo
to t o go to Oxford where he obtained a adegree adegree aegree
degree d egree He had hld ideas of his own as asto asto aso
to t o the way in which a man should s ouJd get getan getan getn
an a n education educaton and a training for a a life lifeof lte lteQt lifef
of f writing writng He once onc told a friend trend that thatreading thateading
reading ralng r did not count for much rue Its Itswhat Is Isw Itswhat
what w at a man mn Jearnl learns from life Ue himself nlmselfthat himselfthat himselfhat
that t counts he said saidWhen saidWhen saidWhen
When he wtnt to London he first firstfound frst frsttould firatound
found tould f employment employent as a a reader reacer for a apublishing apublshing aublishing
pv publishing publshing p house Later Lter on he did re reviewing reviewing reiewing ¬
viewing v for the Illustrated 1utrated London LondonNews Jndon JndonNew LondonNew
New sketches for the Spectator Specttornnd Specttornndgeneral and andgeneral andeneral
general g newspaper work work The House HouseWith HouseVlth HouseWith
With the Green Shutters was written writtenfirst wrIten wrItenfrst wrIttenirst
first frst f as a novelette novelete 20000 2000 words long longThe longThe longThe
The publisher publsher to whom It I was first sub submitted subzltea subnitted ¬
mitted zltea s sa said Jd he would take takt It jf I the theauthor the theuthor
author a would cut it I down to a short shortstory shortstor shorttory
story stor s of 4000 40 4O iO or 5000 50 words The Theyoung Theyoung Theoung
young y man man1 was j much angered angere at the theproposition thepfQposlt therqpoition
proposition pfQposlt p n and instead Jnltead of following followingthe
the t he publishers publshers suggestion sugseston he length lengthened lengthned ¬
ened e et the story to its Is present propor proportions proportfons properions ¬
ions tionsPhysically tfonsPhY t ionsPhyIca1ly
Physically PhY lcaly Mr fr Brown was a giant giantso qllnt qllntso gianto
so s o far as strength strenjth of constitution constuUon and andvitality ant anditality
vitality vialy v wejejconcerned we were ncerne ncerned An American Americanfriend Amercan Amercanfriend Americanriend
friend f who dined dfed with him no longer longerthan 101 lopgerthasi gel
than three week ago In London re reported reporte reported ¬
ported porte him the very picture of health healthUp healh healhUp healthUp
Up to the tt e prent writing writng no details as asto asto aso
to t o the thenann n > anngr of othla his death have hlve havecome havecomeo come cometo cometo
to t o thnann hand 1Sn bpn 1 no fls Is there tiere any y Information Informationto Infor aton atonto
to t o Be te had had regarding garlng garding the amount amom1t of ofwork btwork 5sfwork
work he had done on his second novel novelIt rovel1 rovel1I novel1 novel1t
It I I t is not likely Jkely however that thn he had hadwritten hadwritten d dwriten
Ii written writen enough of the story to justify justifyits justy justyIs
its Is i t completion cmpleton by another writer wrl wrlt r so sothat sOthat o ohat
that that t hat It is 1 probable that his literary literaryfame lerry lerrytame literaryame
fame f ame must rest entirely entrely on The TheHouse TheHouse TheHouse
House WHn Wln the Green Shutters ShuttersSir Shuter ShuterSir ShuttersSir
Sir Gilbert Gibert Parker has gone onc to con considerable conslderble coniderabie ¬
siderable slderble a trouble to deny knowledge of ofa ora ofa
a supposed original to his hi hero Charley CharleySteele CIHley CIHleySteele ChancySteele
Steele in The Right of Way It Itseems I Iteems
seems s that some Chicago newspaper newspaperman newspaperman
man discovered a Mr Cantwele whose whosereal whosereal whoseeal
real r eal experiences corresponded so close closely closey ¬
cose
ly ly l y to those attributed atributed to the youn younCanadian younCanaman young
Canadian lawyer t wyer in Sir Gilbert Gibert Parkers Parkersstory Parker Parkerstpry
stpry that he Jumped at a the conclu conclusion conctuslon concluslon ¬
slon that tbatto the author must have drawn drawnhis drwn drwnhs drawnhis
his hs character char from frm real life lfe The au author author anthor ¬
thor however however writes wries that he never neverknew neer neerknew neverknew
knew Cantwele Cantw le never saw W him and andnever andMv andnever
never Mv r heard of him until unt the newspa newspaper newlpa newlpaper newepaper ¬
per story of the t e Identity Identty appeared appearedThe appearedThe appearedThe
The anxiety anxleb of publishers publshers to secure securebooks securebooks securebooks
books by men in the te public publc eye is very veryoften V veryoften ry ryotten
often amusing In Us Is results reauls A case caseIn cse csefn casen
In i n point was noted on the arrival of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Boer generals In England Several Severalpublishers Severalpublshers Severalpublishers
publishers publshers were at the pier the par particular partcuJar particular ¬
ticular tcuJar desire of each being to secure securethe securethe securethe
the forthcoming story by General Generl De Dewet Dewet Dewet
wet on the Boer side of the war In InSouth InSouth inSouth
South Africa AfrIc General Dewet how however however however ¬
ever was not so anxious to make a acontract aQontract acontract
contract and the publishers publshers were not notonly notonly riotonly
only successfully successtuly repulsed but also alsorouted alsorouted alsorouted
routed as well Failing Falng in their at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to secure the reminiscences reminiscence of ofDewet ofDewet ofDewet
Dewet they fell upon General Delarey
but he executed exec ted a flank fank movement movementand movementand movementand
and succeeded In I making his English Englishvisit Enlsh EnlshIslt Englishvisit
visit Islt without wihout being pursuaded to write writea rle rlenbook
a nbook nbookhe book bookThe bookThe
The he scramble scrmbte for public publc men Is prob probably probably probably ¬
ably Just as strenuous In this country
The Boer generals are likely lkely to be b met
by a delegation delegaton of publishers publshers when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they land In New York In some cases casesthe casesth casesth
the th anxiety to secure sec re the work of some somegreat somegreat somegreat
great man has been so great that a apublisher apubiher apublisher
publisher pubiher ha has secured a pass on the thecustoms theQustoms theQustoms
Qustoms boat and met the incoming incomingsteamer Incomingstearner incomingsteamer
steamer down the bay Not long ago a ascientist ascientst ascientist
scientist scientst connected with one of the themuseums themuseums themuseums
museums In New York returned retured from froman froman froman
an exploration exploraton trip in the heart of
Mexico The he fact that he had ha proved provedto
to his own satisfaction satsCacton that there ther were wereexisting wereexistng wereexisting
existing existng tribes of Aztecs Aztes living Jving in inMexico In1Ieto in3exlco
Mexico 1Ieto was occasion ocasion for the Interest InterestOf
Of several eerl publishers publiher The scientist scientistreplied scientst scientstrepJ scientistrephid
replied repJ d to tl t their requests request for a book bookto bol bookto
to be brought brught out right away that It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would take him at least five fve years to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete the the work wore necessary to the thewriting thewrfn thewniUng
writing wrfn of such a book bok and the pub publishers pUbUshers pubUshers ¬
Ushers turned away disappointed disappointedIn
In the days when Kipling Kiplng was a abachelor abacelor abachelor
bachelor bacelor he wrote wrO Q a Una which whic has hasserved ha hasserved
served sered as a a slogan slog for many who ar argue argue argue ¬
gue that greatness getness and genius is more morecommon morecmmon snorecommon
common cmmon among aon the unyoked than the theyoked theyoked theyoked
yoked Hetravels He travel fastest who trav travels travels traYcIa ¬
els alone wrote Kipling but that that it itmust I itmust
must be remembered was before bfore he hewas hewas hewas
was married Not long ago a young
friend of otthe the authors was married marriedand marriedand marrIedand
and Kipling Kplng in a letter leter of congratula congratulation congratulaton congratulation ¬
tion ton wrote wrte I wish you ou as much muchhappiness muchhapplnes muchhappiness
happiness In your married mlrrle life le aa a has hascome hascome hascome
come to me In mine I certainly crtinly can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not wish you anything more or better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than that thatNow thntKo thatNow
Now Ko It may be argued by these thesesame thee theesame thesesame
same exponents of the unmarried the theory theor thecry ¬
cry or that happiness is one thing thin and andspeed andspeed andspeed
speed in travel trvel another aother but the fact factstands factstands factstands
stands that a great geat deal ceal of Kiplings Kiplingsbest KlpUngs KlpUngst Kiplingsbest
best t work wokhas has been ben done since his hismarriage hismarrage hismarrIage
marriage marrage Most Iost of the Jungle Tales Taleswere Taleswere Taleswere
were written writen when the author lived 100 In Ina Ina ina
a little lte onestory onestor house hou near Brattle Brattleboro Bmtte Bmttebrob Brattleboro
boro brob before for he had recouped r oupe his small smallfortune smal smallfortune
fortune forune lost through the failure faiur of a abank abak abank
bank bak and had ha built lutt Naulahka NaulahkaBachelors Naulahk NaulahikaBachelors
Bachelors Bchelor are arC indeed Inded very much to tothe tothe tothe
the foreflaw Mr Balfour the
tOrow BaUou pres present pre preaent
ent premier of o England and ad an author authorof authr authrot
of renowHile3 Tn Rk distinguished dI5 1 lshet example exampleand eple
and 1jorA JmXt LoMcttifla XtteftCrier npr ts I another aoter In I
EXPORT AND HOME PRICES PRICESOn
New N ew On York the tQ World llth Ul of July u1 1902 IO 190 the following o1owln advertisement a4vlrement appeared appeaed In n the theNew theew 1e 1eKew
100 JUEWAXD JUEWAXDOne
One hundred bundrd dollariwlll be 10 paid Id for EWA the th special seIal discount dlcuntshelt sheet Canymonth CanymonthIn any JJ > lmon3 month monthn
In I n 1902 to torDany aocoinpany aecompany dolarwl Henry Hen WPeabdYs Y Peabodys Export xprl Price Prce List 125 75 5 will 1l fce e paid paidfor pal paltor paidor
for or similar simil sheet eet Dtot of other leading le 4lng export houses foreign forel n iXirreapcndenc pOhienesolc pOhienesolcHo sonc soncMed soliced <
Med Ho li ed answers answer will wU be considered ensJderd eJ strictly strJety confidential Cntdentl The Democratic Democratc Derno ratiC congres congressional congresIonal congreslonal ¬
sional s sb committee commiee wishes these sheets sheet to demonstrate the very vel great get difference differencebetween dlterence dlterencebtween dltteraneeetween
between btween b the home market and export exprt ices charged chaged by our protected manufac manufacturers manufaoturers manutnourera ¬
turers t urera Address Acdres Literary Lierry Bureau Democratic DeJocrtc lices Congressional Congelonal Committee Bliss BlissBuilding BUSI BliSSuilding
Building B Washington Vahlnston D C CA CA CA
A month later the te Democratic Democrtc congressional eoniresslonal committee commJt recelred rclfed from tramtorIg a aforeign aoreign
fc foreign torIg f country cunty a copy py of the special apcaldlscount discount sheet advertised adertse for and also a o ft ftcopy n ncopy ftopy
copy c of Peabodys Penbols Export Journal Journl Journalto t jnatch it itThe It itThe
The following rololng list 1xport st Is an authentic mtch copy of some of 0 the prices appearing In Inhe In Inthe Inthe
the t he sheets sheetsArticle sheet sheetsArticle
Article Artcle and Description Dc Quality Quaity Export Home or Pet of ofQuoted orQuote otQuoted
crpton Quoted Quote Price IJrtce lntce rl e Difference DifferenceHakes PIernqu PIernquRakes Differenceakes
Hakes R akes Malleable la1e ble Iron Jr n Shanks ShanksKMjich Shnks Shnks12JJ Shanks1Oipch
KMjich dozen dq en J 118 1 18 SAP 1 io 27 271Zineh 7 7llnoh
13 llnoh 12JJ inoh do 12S 1 28 ISO ISO14lnoh 16 I 9 91
14lnoh do 139 1 39 L78 L7816Inch l7 17 25 2516lnch 2516Inch
16Inch do d 150 15 1 50 I 185 185Icat 1 S 8 8eat
> eat Choppers Enterprise EnterpriseNo lpt plerprlseNo rprIse rprIseIo
No 5 1 t each 75 ii 104 104Np 1 04 04cp 3
Np Np10 cp 10 I do d 114 1 14 1 56 56No 61 5 5No 3
No 22 do 161 li1 I 51 2QS 2 OS 3S 3SNo 3SNo 38No
No 33 2 cQ do f 223 2 25 312 3 12 38 38Band 38Band 38and
Band B and Saws DIsston Dfstol Sons
2 21 ½ inches gauge 1 foot 21 34 62
10 inches Inch guge gauge IS do 125 12 1 26 154 154lland 1 54 54Hand
Hand Bawg aw8 DIsston Sons SonsNo Son SonsNo
No 12 24 Inches Inoh dozen 14 I 82 8 18 1804 1804No 1804No 04 04No
No 16 24 2 inches do 1191 11 97 I 14 1 87 87No r 7 22 22No
No 107 1014 24 Inohe do 1083 10 83 12 1230 30 30Butohere 13 13DutohertNo 13Butchers
DutohertNo Butchers No Inches 7 24 inches do d 850 8 50 1022 la laPInying 20 20Playing 20laying
Playing P Cards t7 U SPlaying S Pying Card Co CoBicycle CoBicycle
SPfYln
Bicycle gros 1235 1 12 35 26 535 535owder 66 0 > 108 108Powder me OS OSPowder
Powder P owder Duck in canister canltter pound 37 37Duck 3Th 3ThDuck 45
Duck In 25pound Spound kegs do 2433 245 24 3 o oIndian 3 32 30 30Indian
Indian rifle In 25pound 2tound kegs kegsFFFgc kegsFFFgc
FFFgc pound 1123 123 16 16Smokeless 37 37Smoeless 37Smokeless <
FFFgc
Smokeless Smoeless In 26pound kegs do 3745 4S 4SOil s 27 27Oil 7
Oil 01 Well Wel Supplies Supples cheaper in Russia RUlsla than in United Unied States StatesPlain State Stateslain
Plain P lain fencing wire 100 pounds 1 37 7W 200 200Fruit 0 O 45 45Fruit 45Fruit
Plin
Fruit presses Enterprise No 46 G 882 8 82 1100 1100Ammunition 100 100Ammuniton 11 00 26 26mmunition
Ammunition A CapsBB Enterprse round 1000 103 1 3 149 149Central 1 49 43 43Central 43Central
Ammuniton 100 f3
Central fire 32 long Colts do 648 6 8 900 900Rim 9 0 00 40 40RIm 40Rim
tre Ools
Rim fire 22 long do 216 300 300Primed 3 00 39 39Primed
Primed tre shells shens2 22 short do 72 7 153 15 1 53 1L 1LAxle 11Axle
Axle crease snowflake gallon cane canedozen
AJe Ireae snowtake galon canedzfn dozen dzfn > 4 > W I 50 5V40 5V40Harness 6 40 20 20Harness OA 20Harness
Harness Snaps Coverts CovertsTrojan CovertsTrojan
Trojan loop Covert 1U 1 inchesgross Inches gross 2 240 0 3 23 23Derby 2 3 3Derby 3Derby
Derby loop 1 1 inch do 168 16 2 2i 2iYankee i 33 33Yankee
Yankee roller Ite 1 Inches XC breast breaststrap J Jstrap C Cstrap
Yanke strap roler do 440 10r 4 4Chucks 131 31 31Chucks 37Chucks
Chucks SkinnersStandard Skinners tandard Drill No 100 10 309 3 19 O 09 490 4 gO 53 53Skinners 58Skinners SSSkinners
tndard Drl
Skinners Ind lathe lthe F J 12in 1ln each OSES US 8 SS 2409 24 4Q O 51 51Union 51UnIon 5tUnIon
Union Manufacturing Co Ind No 18
10 inches Ine es each eah 1020 10 20 16 16Face CO 6 6Face
Face plate Jaws No 48 8 Inches Inchetour Inchesfour
foursets tour sets 2352 23 52 3900 390 ° 66 66Acetylene 66Acetylene 66AcetyleneGas e
Acetylene AcetyleneGas Gas Ga Generator Colt ten tenlight tenlght
Genrator Col
light lght each 40 O Qa Q O0 f f4 45 00 00Barb 0 i 37 37Barb
Barb Wire Galvanized Galvanizd 100 pounds 225 2 21 2 2Painted SJJQ SJJQPainted
10
Painted or varnished pounc do itt 1 S S6 2J 2 ni9 > 40 40Borax 40Borax 40Borax
vlrnlsJe 210 210Carbide 10 10Carbide
2 2Carbide 23
Borax city refined pound
Carbide lump refned ton 5500 55 00 7000 7 70 71 0 00 j 27 27TypewrIters 27Typewriters 7 7Typewriters
Typewriters Remington and others
otherseach each G500to6500 6 00 to to6S 65 O 00 10000 lOO 54 5 Ki tnf tnfeach to82 to82Steel toBSteel toS2Steel
Steel Armor Wire for cablespound cables pund pound 3 75 415 4 15 11 11Rubber 11Rubber
Rubber insulated wire 25 per cent off for export exportLead eJPort eJPortJead exportLead
Lead pig 2 100 pounds 2 20 00 to 2 60 3 75 < 5 SStoSS SStoSSWire 58 toSS toSSWire to 91 91WIre
Wire rope galvanized 214 2 23 Inches lnh s clr
100 pounds 312 3 12 90 1 P 70 211 2111Inch 211IInch 2111inch
1Inch clr 10 do 72 7 2 60 60Tin Ml MlTin Gl GlTin
er
Tin plates Bessemer BessemerCoke Besemer BesemerCoke1x0 BessemerCoke
Coke Coke1x0 14x20 400 0 pounds 319 3 19 419 4 19 31 31Wire 3iWire
v vGauge
Wire plain galvanized galsanizedGauge >
Gauge Gauge4t09 4 Aahanlzed AahanlzedGauge4t09 to 9 100 10 pounds 154 i 5 20 70 75 75Gauge 75Gauge 75Gauge
Gauge 10 to 11 do 62 2 c 2 7 83 83Gauge 83Gauge SIGauge
Gauge 12 1 do 176 1 1 76 3 310 10 i6 i6Gauge 71Gauge 6 6Gauge
Gauge 13 to 14 do 4 ij lSl SI 837 S 37 85 85Gauge c cGauge
Gauge 15 to 1 16 do 208 3 378 78 8 8Gauge 81 81Gauge17 81Gauge
Gauge Gauge17 17 do 246 40o 40oGauge 1 05 65 65Gauge
Gauge 18 do 263 2 63 432 4 32 64 64Sewing 6tSewing 61SewIng
Sewing Machines DomesticNo DomeUc No1 1 each 1325 13 2 25 2000 20 00 00Dmestie 59 59Domestc 9 9Domestic
Domestic Mnhlne Nps 4 or 9 do 17 48 2500 2500Wire 250 25 00 43 43Wire 3 3Wire
Wire Domestc nails base ase price100 pounds 1 137 37 2 205 Oo OoBradbury 61 61Bradbury
Bradbury Piano Irlcel0 each 30000 30 300 0 00 3 3i500 375 < 5 00 00Bradbury
Bradbur Bradbury Bra bury Piano do ffI 27500 276 00 325 32500 Of OfCotfee 00 18 18Sausage 11 11Sausage i
Sausage stufters Enterprlseeach 4D and 2 p c 25 to 2 25 and 7 Th4 pc pc 20 20C 21Cdffee
Cotfee C ee and stutere spice mills Enterprise Enterprlsedo do 40 and 2 p c 25 2 to 30 30Sad 30Sad 21 21Sad
Sad Irons BB In mis cases cases casesper per pound 2 23L to3 to 3 3 3Y 3l to > 4 4Shovels 25 25Shovels
Shovels Rowland plain backdozen back dozen 5 12 to5 to 5 83 C 75 < 5to700 5to700Shoels to 7 0 00 29 29Shoels 21Shovels
Shoels Barter socket strap do 5 83 to 6 52 7 50 to 8 40 29 29Shovels 21 21Shovels 3 3Shovels
Shovels Thomas Thom cast steel back straps strapsdo strapsdozen
cat dozen do en 419to495 4 19 x to 4 4 95 540to630 5 40 to 6 30 29 29CutnaVs20d 21Cut 9 9Cut
CutnaVs20d Cut nails thi d to 60d 100 10 pounds 1 32 s 2 2 205 05 05Raistn 13 13Ralelna 13Ralslnl
Ralelna Ralslnl and Grape Seeders Enterprise 40 and ad 5 p c c 25 to 30 p c c 30
the list 15t of t authors the th single men mengreatness mengreatness mengreatness
greatness theorists theorfst have a formidable formidablearray formIdablearray
array arrayAll arrayAll
All the greatest gatest English Englsh historians historianshave historianshave historianshave
have been celibates celbates writes write one oneHume oneflume
Hume Macaulay Buckle Bishop BishopThlrlwall BishopThJrlwal BishopThlrlwall
Thlrlwall ThJrlwal So too have been most mst of ofthe otthe ofthe
the great philosophers phiosophersNewton philosophersNeWton Newton Leib Leibnitz Leb Lebnlz Leibnitz ¬
nitz nlz Descartes Descartel Pascal dAlembert dAlembertSpinoza dAlembrt dAlembertSpinoza
Spinoza Kant Schopenhauer Schopenhuer Von VonHumboldt VonHumloJdt VonHumboldt
Humboldt Kant Nietzsche NIetche Hobbes Locke LockeBentham Lcke LckeBentham LockeBentharn
Bentham HumloJdt Herbert Spencer Bishop BishopButler BIshopButer BishopButler
Butler Buter Adam Smith Great artists artistsouch artist artistssuch
ouch as I Miohael Mlaal AngelO Raphael Tur Turner Turncr ur urnero ¬
ncr nero Sir Joshua Josbua Reynolds Many of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the greatest names in French litera literature Uter literature ¬
ture are those of celibates celbates Voltaire VoltaireRousseau Voltire VoltireRousseau VoltaireRousseau
Rousseau La L Bruyere Salnte Beuve BeuveFlaubert BeuveFlaubert BeuveFlaubert
Flaubert D De Goncourt Goncour Merlmee De DeMuwet DeMuuet BeMuaset
Muwet De Maupassant Moupasant Baudelaire BaudelaireAnd BaudeJnre BaudeJnreAd BaudelaireAnd
And Ad so In Italian Jtala literature Jerature Petrarch PetrarchTasso Petrrch PetrrchTaso PetrarchTasso
Tasso Taso Leopardl In English Englsh literature literaturethere Jerture Jerturethere literaturethere
there are Pope Horace Walpole Gold Goldsmith Goldmlth Goldmith ¬
smith Gray Gry Dean Swift Swltt Rogers RogersCowper Rogers RogersCowper RogersCowper
Cowper Collins CoUn Lamb Charles Chfle Read ReadKlnglake ReadKlngJake ReadKinglake
Klnglake Swinburne Swinburne Pater Jowett Jowettamong Jowet Jowettamong
American Americanliterature AmerIcanlterature Americanliterature
among the bachelors bahelor In
literature lterature we have Washington Irving IrvingThoreau InIng InIngThoreau IrvingThoreau
Thoreau Whittier Walt Whitman Whiman I Ido tdo Ido
do not attempt atempt Witer to make a a 5 large list listbut lit litbut listbut
but other eminent celibStes ceUb ts occur to tome tome tome
me such as a Vavendlsh Vavenlsh Dalton Huy Huygens Huygen Huygens
gens gen Turgenleff Turgenllft Amlel William Wl1aJ Pitt PittCavour rut PittCavour
Cavour Lord Lrd Somers SomersThere Sorer SomersThere
There Is another anoter side of the case casehowever eae eaehowever easehowever
however Without Wihout making up any ex extended extnded mctended ¬
tended tnded Hat 18t one might mention menton the five fivegreat fve fvegreat fivegreat
great representatives representatves of five fve modern modernliteratures modernleraturs modernliteratures
literatures leraturs Shakespeare Dante Cer Cervantes Cervante Cervantea ¬
vantes vante Mollere Molere and Goethe Gothe who were weremarried weremaried weremarried
married maried men It I would woul not ot be difficult difficultto
to compile compie a very ery large list lst of married marriedmen marriedmen marriedmen
men now living Jvng who will wf rank rnk with withthe withthe withthe
the unmarried geniuses and great gren men menThe mene menThe
unmared gnluses
The e case Is not proven prven one way or the theother th thother theother
other but it is Interesting Interestng to note the thearray the thenry thearray
been beenbrought beenbrought beenbrought
array nry of arguments aruments which have
brought to bear bea beaThe bearThe j jThe
The The complete complet works of William WUlam Haz HazHtt HazUt Hazlitt
Htt the great < jrUJe are r re at last to be beissued beIsued beissuedd
Ut rltc
issued Isued issuedd jjd d In most attractive atrnctve form formtoo formto formtoo
too to There are to be sixteen volumns volumnsaltogether yolurnnsaltogether olumnaaltogether
altogether and Ind ar the first frst five fve will wi be bebrought bebrught bebrought
brought brught out early trs tJs fall W WHenley E EHenley BHenley
Henley has hs written writen an Introduction IntroductionThe Introducton IntroductonThe
The most astonishing atonishing fact fa < t In connec connection connecton connection ¬
tion with Hazlltt Is that tltat this Is tho thofirst tbofrst thofirst
first frst ton complete cmplete Jazlt edition edtton of his works worksever worksever worksever
ever prepared The edition eiton In this thiscountry thIscountry thiscountry
country Is limited lmied to 350 30 sets st The Thework Thework Thework
from the type typeno typeno
work has been printed prnted tpe tpeno
no plates having been made madeTHSfBAN mae maeI maeTHBA madeTEE
I
THSfBAN THSfBANBY THBA THBAB TEE BAN BANBr
BY B JAMES JAlES WHITCOMB RILEY RILEYL RILEYStrange RILEYStrnge RILEYdreams
I L
Strnge Strange dreams of what I used to t be beAnd bend belnd
And nd what I dreamed d arned I would be swim swimBefore swimstore
Before my vision faint and dim dimAs dImAs
As misty distances dlJtan swe we see seeIn seeIn ee eeIn
In pictured pIcture scenes scene of fairy faIr lands landsAnd JandsAnd landsAnd
And ever on with wih empty hands handsAnd handl handsAnd
And smllea amles that no one understands understandsI understnds
I grope gope adown my destiny destinySome dethl dethlI destinyIL
I IL ILSonic
Some say y I waver wver waverwhcr when I walkAlong walkAlong walk walkAlong
Along the crowded thoroughfares thoroughfaresAnd
And some leer In my eye ey and Ind talk talkOf tk tkOt talkOf
Of dullness dulnes when I see in theirs theirsLike their theirsLike
Like Lke fIshes fishe eye alive or dead deadBut ded dedBut deadBut
But surfaces surtace of o vacancy Vlcanc VlcancBank
Blank Bank disks that tat never seem to see
a
But dint and glow low and glare glae instead insteadThe hutead huteadThe InsteadlIt
The ragged rg ed shawl shawlIfIear lIt I wear Is I wet wetwith
with driving drfln dripping drippig rains rns and ad yet et
It I seems 0ms a royal raiment rlment where bc
Through Thrugh twisted torrents of ray hair hal
I see ee rare rre rams m that zleam Ieam and shine
Like Ike Jewels In a stream stea of wine wineThe wineThe
TAhc The esplng Jlng shoes ehoe that clothe wne wneTAhc my feet teetre
Are re golden go den sandals and ad the shrine JJuine
Where courtiers courIer grovel govel and repeat repat
Vain prayers pryer and where in Joy thereat
A fair tall prince doffs his plumed tbereat hat
And sweet kneels keels ect ectS and names nmes me all things thingsavcet thingssweet lnb
IV IVOometme
Oometme Sometimes S the te sun SUE shines sines and ad the lull lul
Of t winter wntlr noon is like lko a tune
The TIt TIten8tar stars might twinkle e to the moon moonF moonbt
If en8tar night bt were white whie and beautiful uUtul uUtulord
For F ord ordwhen when the clangor clgor of the te town tow
And nn strife strte of traffic tfIc softens down dow
atn
The T e wakeful hunger that th I nurse
In listening Isterlug forgets ro t tbt to curse lre nue
Until UntUAh Ah Joy JO with wih drooping droping h he head ad
I drowse dwse and dream dr that tt I ta tast am dead de4
Ad And burled bure safe beyond their eyes
byn the ee
Wo Who either alteJtor slty or o despise despJ
Higher Rgher Culture Cuture on the te Farm FarmHelen Far FarHelen FarmHelen
Helen Combes Comb In New York Y rk Spa SpnOur Sln SlnOur SpaOur
Our Mary Jane has been to school schol she shecalls shecl sillcalls
calls cl it Female Femle Colleee ColleeeTo Collete ColleteTo CollegeTo
To get Cet the he hang hang of languages langUgcl and Id other otherkinds otherklndso othekinds
kinds klndso o knowledge knowledgeWe e eWe
We scraped and an saved SAVe to put her where wherewe wberewe whenwe
we thought thoUgt it best would nay nayHer laY laYHer nayHer
Her mother 10thcr making maJnr butter her daddy daddyraking daddyWe dadd daddraking
raking hay hayWe hayWe
We sent her for Jr a fouryear fouryer term ter we wewanted W6wanted w wwanted
wanted her he to get getEddlcatlonaJ eetEddlctona getEddicational
EddlcatlonaJ Eddlctona advantages advantghO advantagesshe aho has ha em emyou emyou en enyou
you can bet betShes betShes betShes
Shes learned leared a heap of other things Its Itsthe it itthen ts tsthem
the them that makes mles the fussShe fUI fuss ruseShe
She aint content to know herself herelt but butwants bu buwat buwants
wants wat to teach tea h to pp ppSince Pl PlSince paSince
Since Mary Janes Jane been ben home from trm school schoolyoud lohool lohoolyoud schoolyoud
youd scarcely scrcely know the place placeThe placeTe placeThe
The Te oldtime parlor fixings fIXngs has ha got their theirkoop theIrk thelkOop
koop k p d 4ee e grace craceThe graceThe ce ceTe
The Te sampler that my mother moter worked the thehair tb tbhair
te tehar
hair har wreaths raths sister made madeThe
mae maeThe
The new rag carpet caret Mandy sewed Clhed Clhedbarey shed shedbarely shelbarely I
barely barey rag got Iot it laid laidThe laidThe laidThe
The hair hir cloth sofa lota chairs to match m2chthey m2chtheyaU matchthe they theyall I Iall
all had cot Iot to t RO ROFor JO JOFor goFor
For Mary Jane decided decide they were wle scarcely scarcelycorom sccely sccelycorm scared V Vcomm
comm corm eel eOI tow fowThe towThe LowThe
The new porshalres prshalrcs of shells and ad beads beadsthey beadsthe 5 5they
they the took a a y fUr ar to make makeBut makeBut makeBut
But theyre banished to the garret for to 5
higher cultshures sake sakeSince sakeSince sakeSince
Since twould Mary Mal Janes 3an puzzle been any home man from school schooltwould schol scholtwould schooltwould
To name nae the things we get to eat and as asfor astor a S Sfor
for me ma J 1 swan swanI J An AnI
I never neVr go to table without offering up a arayer arayer a aurayer
rayer urayerThat rayerThat rayerThat
That when I gut Iflt to heaven theyll feed feedme teedme 2 2me
me farmers nror fare fareFor tareFor fareFor theyl
For the ragooa rgoos and andthP the thp entries Intre the th S
horse hore dee overs too tooAint to tooAint
Aint Ant near as satisfying atstylng as fS a a pork and andturnip andturl an
turnip turl st stew stewAd stewAnd w wAnd
And Ad the trifles trfes and the suffles tho tb S
jellies jele and the cake cakeDont cke ckeDont cakeDont tl0
Dont fill ti a feller feler like U C the pica jle that Mandy Mandyused Mandyused Mand r rused
used to make makeAnd makAnd makeAnd
And then again agIn our manners manner they maynt maya t
be no I to snuff snuffBut snuf snuffBut
But still for me an Mandy they was al always always always ¬
ways good enough enou h hut
But ut Mary Mar Jane Lord 1r bless bl4BS us usl finds findsfault tlndsfault 5 5fault
fault from trm morn till tl night nightThere nightThere nightThere
There aint a thing we do or pay ywe we do door door d 0 0or
or say sy It right rightIts rght rightIts
Its Is true we brought It I on ourselves ourselvel and andyet ani aniyet
yet ittt It awful nwtulsad nwtulsadrm sad sadrm sadrm ant
rm clear worn out Iul with wlb listening lstonlng and an
Mandys Mand just aa Rf bad badSome badSome badSome
Some day da if we drop off th the perch just justwrite justwrie jus juswrite
perc
write wrie it I on our ou crave craveThey craveThey avl
They hey died from higher cultahure and andalearnlng ad adnJenrnlng aa aaalearning
alearnlng to behave behaveAnother behave behaveAnoter behaveAnother
Another Anoter Theory TheoryBrooklyn Ther TheoryBrooklyn
Brooklyn Ufo UfoPhyllis Lfe LfePhylsYes LifePhyllisYes
Phyllis PhyllisYes Yes he
PhylsYes was paying attention
to her he tjulte < ult a Ions time timeBlanche tme tmeBanchePerhaps timeBlanchePerhaps atenton
Blanche BanchePerhaps BlanchePerhaps Perhaps he hadnt the courage coura
to t propose proposePhylllsOh propoePhyllh proposePhyllisOh
PhylllsOh Phyllh I dont dont know knowPerhalJS Perhaps he Is e
had a the courage courge not to propose proposeCan propose proposeCa proposeCall
Can Ca Again AgainPhiladelphia Aga AgainPhiladelphIa
Philadelphia Phildelphia Record Recordwhats RecordBehol RecordBehold
Behol Behold whllpered whispered the Angel or Deati h
J ii th the ear or Mr SloP Biopsy who Dtth la
breating breathing feebly there hs a deb debt that II all al
naure nature must Dly pay 1 1Ah lAhI tt
Ah the sIck man Interrupted ted cal Li
agn again on the 15th wont Intrr you youI youWhats cU
I
I
Wats whats the te Utility Utt
Chlcaso Chia o Tribune Tribunepeppers TrIbune
Did you ou ever tr try to sy say Peter Piper lpe
picked a pek peck ot pickled
ot the pther pickle ppprs ono on onNo
t oter 08 boys aked asked hln
No 0 responded the
reponded little
Boston
Consider the Utte b bo3
te Impssibity impossibility qt gatheri
peppers peppl that are already fiele fieleCertainly plcke pickjed pickjedCertainly Sathern
J JCer1y
Certainly Cer1yttsburJ
Plttsburc ttsburJ ChronicleTelegranh ChroncleTelegrph
to Minister MlntsterWu Intter Wu Tin Ting Fan Fang IB I to gO baek bak bac
t boarder boarderAnd China a remarkec remarke4 i th thQ oSS oSSeyed oblenant oblenantAnd observar
And he e will take his
i
tke interrogatic
point t back with Ith him added fnterroton
the
ade croas croasThe
eyed boarder boarderThe ro roTh
The Th Force of Habit HabitLos Habit EabitLos
Los Ls Angeles An eles Herald HeraldHia Herld
NaJbYc Naggsbyes habit is a
a mnihty Ihy strong thipg I a Itronglng
thllg
WagasbyIndej It i j
4clbYInde Did
notice that the I yOU eer cv sr
notc te flute player
fute always
der dera cm corn on the cob cobI cobEls or os
I 1 1R
Hia R Method MethodChlcaeo tetiioiChicago etd
CChclo Chicago News NewsSecond
Fr First BrokeWhat Brokermat do YOU do wIse
you gtock gtockSecond k bappea ppn t to b be shor short on o a ggtj
Second nd BrokerOn BrkerhX I sriaaod E and nd bear be bea it I 14
Gordon Raiiij RaiiijSalt ad
Salt Lake City CityWILL Ciy CiyTi CityThis
Ti This hlgh highgrade e h boast mo ae day
tor or bOJ boys An sad girls girlsWILL rla rlaILL aD ch
WILL ILL REOPEN SEPTEMBER SlPTMB 9 9high
New dormitr dormitory for gre Geam
high hgh school Jhool department departmentadvantages deprtmet Jrt Grmmr Lnur
Lnu a
advantages advantgu for the study of f
Physical training trlnln drawin drawinTerms dry1lc drawng stlt CM Jaf Iug IugTerms
Terms reasonable reasonableCAROLINE resnabe anl 5 5CAROLINE e eCAROLINE
CAROLINE PAINE PAINEPrincipal PAINEPrincpal PAINEPrincipai
Principal PrincipalAll Princpal PrincpalAl PrincipaiMI
All Al Hallows Halows College CollegeFOH Colege ColegeFOI
FOIl FOI BOARDERS BOARDBR AND DAY SrHoLARa SrHoLARaComplete S < Jj LtRS
IOURi
Complete Compete Classical CIUcl Sctentifu S ntk and rom romopened
I merclal C Courses Ufe8 Mltr Military Iml Irill Irillnastics 01
nastC nastics under tle the lu sopervissis rvlsll nr I < YI
lassoed dlr directors Th The Colkge ii fX r
teee t Colqe be
opened Thursday Thur y Sept Sp 4 4For 4or 4For wil b r re
oJene For or full Information IntotoQ apply to Rev i L LAre I
Gulnan S M president preent preentROW presidentROWLAND
ROW ROWLAND LAND Illii IlliiAre HALL
Are yoa YOI yo looking 1lok1ngeeo i5okingAiA
eeo for a a fimciiti tint flt fltwhich cl i
AiA t home ictooj dOI w wwhich 1
which to place your yourdaughter yourdaurhter yot yotdaughr =
daurhter daughter whtreiha whtreihaSU where abs 0
i < t SU wI wilt Jc Jcthorough rlvo rectve a
thorough thorogh tratninv tratninvand trhtn I
q4 and an excellent exolet cat rare
vi4jr 1 Send Sed for eUUcu CAUI4SU4Principal cr
elkC
Address AddressPrincipal
Principal Princpal Rowland RoYd Hall HallSALT Hal HallSSILT I i
SALT LAKE LKE CITY CITYA CI CIOUfGIAU CFTV1EEG1ATE1NSTlTL
OUfGIAU 1EEG1ATE1NSTlTL 1EEG1ATE1NSTlTLA 1 T1n T1nA
A Christian Ohrtan Academy Acdemy an < l cafe eafohome 8at 8athome cafehome
home for your Girls Girs and Boys BoysCourse Boyl BoysCourse a4
Course Coure covers Eighth grade High HighSchCjl Hgh HghSC Eig
SchCjl SC Jl and College Preparatory PreparatoryMusic Prepaatr PreparatoryMusic
Music Department Deparent and pianos for forpractice forpraice fogpractice
practice praice 5n n the school shol buildings buildingsPor buldings
For or Circulars Cicar and particulars part1ar Ad Address Address Address ¬
dress dressRobert dressR dressRobert
Robert R bert J Caskey Casl < ey Principal PrincipalSalt PrincipalSalt PrIncipalSalt
Salt Lake City CityGood Ciy CiyGood Cityto
Good Time Now Nowto
to put your winters wnurs supply supplyof
of coal coa in the cellar celar Of Ofcourse Ofcourse J Jcoure
course coure theres no use ue telling tellingyou te1nl tellingyou 1
you what is i the te kind kd to t buy buyand buyad buyand
and ad where to t buy it itBAMBERQER it itBAMBERGER
i
I
BAMBERGER BAMBERQERThe d dI I I
The Man on Melghn elghn St StMall st stThe StTheHS
I
The TheHS TheHSM H I S St SIf
t M Varsity VarsityThe V VarsityThe r I I 1
The Hart Hartgcpaffntr Hart HartScharn HartSchattner
gcpaffntr Scharn SchattnerMarx gcpaffntrJklarx r rlr
Marx lr Var lt ltsuit I itsuit >
suit lt which has hasbeen h hasbeonse
been be beonse ae l 161 leers leersV n a afavorite
V favorite faorte among amongI amonryong
1 I young yong ran m r fel fellows ftI feiloss ¬
lows 1 who want wantsnappy Ant Ants
1 snappy snappydoth s snappycisthsIs nap p y ycothea
doth cisthsIs as Ual asuwual
cothea
p pu
u uwual wal al a popuUr putr putrrIo popuItrstyle 1 1style
style rIo this fall tal fallSeine j jSeme
Seme of th thI the thet thepatterns
patterns t r art artmore aremr arCmore
more mr than thanuattally tba tbaulaUy hisSusually
usually ulaUy attract attractire atract atractIY attractlyeolives
I ire IY lyeolives ollvea UVfI sans tanaI lat latg sansHart
Hart I art greens g ens over overplaids f fW rpadl
W plaids padl etc etC bet bet13i1c f fr37o rtel
r37o i tor tel look lok a at th thXant the theCJotM the7fade
7fade Xant clothe them
Clothes CJotM thtm thtmiE
8 iE selves selvesWe Ive IveWe vei
We Ve have hav th that thfI thfIat them themat
at pricr rna r1 rtfliO0 r rfleber
JrCf
lO iO0 t to toMail J Jlra
Mall lra orders quickly filled filledRICHARDSON tie tieRICnARDSON liliesRICIIARUSON
RICHARDSON ADAMS ADA IS
172 Main Street StreetKEEP StreetKEEP 1 1KEEP
KEEP MONEY IONYATHOME IONYATHOMEBy AT HOME HOMEBy HO IE IEBy
By Insuring Insurng in the theHOMES theHOM theHOMEI
HOMES HOMESYour HOM EiD8Bt EiD8BtCry Cry I IYOlr
Your YOlrrIREOWI YonrF1RE i
FIR rIREOWI F1RE r L Risk RiskL RiskOF I
OF UTAH UTAHUeber
fleber J Grant Grt Co C General Agents Agent
20 to 26 Main Alan St St Salt St Lake Le Cit CitTHE Ciy Ciym City Cityioc
lur iocI v e Ide
m I Stt Stiitc I If patnt patented patentedTHEPATENTRECOBI
THE THEPATENT THEPATENTRECOBI THEPATENTRECOBIBaltimore PATENT RECORD RECORDi ECDRD
i Baltimore Baltmore Md MdMnbtrripOon MI MdcbstpUon
MnbtrripOon pace of the te PATENT P4m RSOORO RI 3t 3tceracn ul ulBerarnaai
pn I
Berarnaai ceracn > t Samplesfr SamplesfrSTORAGE p f J CI I II I
I 11 STORAGE STORAGEMOVING SORGE STORA6ETel I IMOVna
MOVING MOVINGTeL355 MOVna I
Ii 0 TeL355 TeL355Office TeL 3 35 35I 1 1Ofc
I 1OfficeI5W Office Ofc d 15 W I

xml | txt