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CALL1STER A HUMORIST HUMORISTf
1 f OTgft HE SHOULD be M unfor unfortunate unfortunate uniertunate
tunate u to espouse a political politicalejtuse poUtJcaluN politicalttl
ttl ejtuse uIe which Is g relegated to the tall talltissber tantMlber talltwber
tissber by h7a the Voting voting Ir public Revenue BevenueOsBector RennueOeIIeetor Revenue7speetor
OsBector Canister will at least be able ableto ableti I IS4
to make a coustortable comfortable f rtable living < aa IIOMt a aktSMorist ablNUorlet
ktSMorist > OMt tfcis a statement mJtt will doubt doubta doubturp
le a e surprise urp some of Mr Canisters CanisterstfMbst Cantaterst Callistersds0
tfMbst ds0 st t frle friMAa da Nevertheless it U lit lite trot trotAt trueWe
At ire e base It on one of Mr > r CaHlster CaHlsterfoteat Camsteuttenncu Callsteralt
foteat lt utterances utterancesA uttenncu8bort
A Short dine tls + te ago h he had an invitation invitationltm Invitationa invitationLDeat
ltm Chairman Cbatt1nan Dick of the Ohio Re RepttMtcan ReJMIcan RepVMkan
pttMtcan eernmlttee c to come to that thattut thatand thatspate
spate tut and make a series rid of speeches In IntM 111ttae tot
tM t campaign that has just begun begunDtttt belUDu begunthers
Dtttt u Mr MrCanister cmat 4 alllstsr declined the Invl InvlWttoa InYlIf
Wttoa if be had done nothing more more1ps JAGreht morela
1ps > Might ht not have acquired a repute reputation repubLa reputedon ¬
don M a humorist But Mr 1 Callteter Callteterwent Caillawrwellt Calilatetent r
went cm o We W find hlms hlmcauoteclu quoted as saying sayingt 7btc 7btctl
t tl t tU he could not participate is in tM tMphJo tMaIJo thebio
phJo bio campaign because beea of hte belief belieftbat DelletMt
that federal federal officeholders otftcehol en should keep keepotit keepoet keepet
otit et it of o politics politicsThar politicsWMre yoilticsY4MA
Thar where the Joke eoaaae ta 3r 3rOl XIcaIIIt 3drGtaI
Ol caIIIt GtaI Mater ttr has been a imbUo affleelioMsr affleelioMsrft r
ft f everat ra fears At the time of his hisMtnfeBt hi hiu ltlafap
fap e atm MtnfeBt u at to the ootiectorabtp he hew heWU
w WU ehairman ehaJ of the Republican state statecesMfttttee 8tatetee stateool
ool cesMfttttee M Ittae tee True be resigned this po pouMfcu powbell potlgiu
uMfcu when the next campaign 11I 4 dew dewiteRr > ew ewe w wINt
iteRr e r but he iidnt 14nt get t Mt t of poHJios poHJiosot pek Jos Josnot
not ot by any manner of means Ask an any anyman anyJao anyman
man who Jao attended the th last city coo cootloa COQr8t101a coovROtloo
r8t101a tloa whether bet or not Mr i + tr Calllster Calllsterparticipated Calliterte Calllsteni41 r
participated participatedDid te teDJ4
ni41 Did he e1 1 Why the so lICNIOtQutI > orou voice of ofOaHlater ° l lthIIAter
OaHlater was heard on every proposi proposition pro pro1IoD proposllion ¬
lion advanced and when he wasnt wasntpeaking ya warnspeatdng nt nt1fIJMId t
peaking 1fIJMId another a Jfederal oflleehoMer oflleehoMerGeorge OCIeehoerA o eeieolder eeieoldertlsoags
George A Smith had the floor Mrtt Mr MrQHMiHii MrCa
QHMiHii Ca tt Ulter had es a hesitancy IB I saying savinge sayingIrfM uYln uYlnIe
IrfM the th theue e convention that things had hadMM hadlie d
eue MM as he said they would that is Ishe aa aahe aawas
he was trying Co 0 make thaw t go Did DidMi Didt DI DIie d
Mi t Caliber partkHwte m Is t the Repub RepubIta Itepub1an Re pub pubcan
Ita can 1an county tOUIIt convention and theae theaeIca the theibtican he vRe vRefeftWican I e
feftWican ibtican Ica state convention n last year yearJWe 7rWe yearwe
JWe We era or sis hi his 18 trail hi nearly every everypvbttabed eYer7W11111e4 aver y yparagraph 7
pvbttabed W11111e4 paragraph ra of the tMJIItt preened pcooaedjMtf
JIItt jMtf froth > th oonvstttkms o It was Cal CalHaiti Calwbo Calwho >
Haiti who did ae much uch to nominate nominateBowtUs DOtetw nomh aa aaHowells to
BowtUs tw or congress It was Caliber Caliberwfcoae Caler Caler1JtIIoM Call t twhose a
whose bitter opposition opp < Uoa smashed hed < the thet the t hi hiaisle
i tb t Haad slate t la the county countyth conten contention COIahnand ttoatena ¬
th tion a and It was by Calitaters call1 terlI work worktiMii workt1Mat
c tiMii the U Smoot Smoot slate la te went went through throughWhen throulhdN throughMee
When Mee did Mr Canister CanlllteteotMelve conceive the theetioa theIt th thnotleg e
etioa that It ta bad for federal Ice offtcahoideji Iceto oiilOsto
hoideji to ntincle Ie In politics politicsWe poUtlcaWe politicsWe
We do not believe he has eonceiv eonceivany conceived conceivedany conceivedany
any such notion He had to have his hisMttte bIBlittle h hlittle is
little Joke with the newspaper Pft man manThat mant manThats
That Thats t alt And by the way Mr Cal Callater CaiIK Callister
later iIK < 4ft s re s you doing anything to furt11er fur further turt ¬
ther t the little gubernatorial gubernatorialrse boom boomOHM boomof
rse OHM of your friends are so carefull carefullNpagating carefully carefullyavapagatlttg ear ruUy ruUyUQ y
avapagatlttg UQ for t you youTHOSE 1OuTHOSEAMUSING youTHOSEAMUSING
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THOSE THOSEAMUSING AMUSING SOUTHERNERS SOUTHERNERSTHOSE SOUTHERNERSWHOSE SOUTHERNERS8OSlr
THOSE SOUTHKRNBRS SOUTK RNSRS dont know know1ho kno knobow w I
1 1ho how funny they th are sometimes sometimesweeh A Aweek Atwo
week or two ago the dispatches conWoai con contains conaanouDcement ¬
tains Woai an announcement to the dec afCtctthai decthat alacthat f
that one S P Mitchell colored had hadkeea lta ltabees d dafteR
bees arrested afteR for obtaining money by byfalsa byfaI8it b bfalse y
false pretenses He represented toatUmber to a anumber aber
number ber of negroes that t t he was Senator SenatorBannas SetorI SenatoHannaa
Bannas I agent t and that If they woe woelesttrlbute would wouldcontribute wouloatllbute ld
contribute according to their means m he heonld h h101d e
onld 4 secure the passage of Senator SenatorSawBK 5eDator111II Senatowits r
wits hW to pension termer Ia IaTte slavesThe slaves
71 The trf ga o M wartied well 0 and MitcoeU MitcoeUIs Ml Mls tcheU
tcheUe
Is s said to have picked up considerable considerableinantji coMiderabieat conslderabihelper e
helper at tt t The other day he was wasfeafcen w wiaten u ubefore
feafcen before Judge CulpepperIIn Culpepper flne old oldIPUne 014tIIIatat oh ohlMlipe d
IPUne thatat ThonMaville Ga let for forjnrcUtnteanr forPN fo fog1 r
g1 jnrcUtnteanr PN hearing hearl After several severalJMgroes HYeralJMIPWtI severerlesroes h
JMgroes had 41 testmed that ittitobellMiJOorted MJtobell had hadnrtorted
nrtorted money from them the t defend dafiendant delldaat defendfat
ant took the stand He first denied deniedthat dalliedtlat dent denttht ed
that he was wa guilty unt Then The ho sJd slridSa11s to toCUlpepper
Jaig Culpepper Culpeppertae CUlpepperJ Culpepperitoge
J itoge tae I am being persecuted Why
I etaat f Ilk Roosevelt I denounced c1 noufte denshNo 4 4t
Jkhtt for t pvtting Vd >
Crunt erunaCthe Cra the negro reve reveinw reveeoUeetol revetile
tile collector on the white folks Ac4ltitng Ac Acearttng C CtIC
earttng tIC to a htpatch patch Mitchell then thenwl thentIM the thenMwed n
nMwed wl the judge a copy of the speech speechM speecbwhlell speee speeehe h
M which he denounced Preeide Preeidet00sevlit President Presidentjftooaevelt plftldetIt nt
jftooaevelt It Judge Jud e Culpepper read the th thSech e
ipaech Sech Ia over very carefully Then he heue h c
L iaaniani the case ra e saying 7I1tc 7I1tccro
The negro cro who denounced Roosevelt Rooseveltar ROOIIeyelttlnc RooseveIIW It
IIW ar a acpointtng poh tlnc g Crom cant be vwy ftI ftIDo Y
hod Doebtlea Do Doubt btlea lees Judge Tud Culpepper CulpepperWOOld Culpe Culpebeard ltl Per PereI > < r
beard eI be indignant at the suggestion snggeeti1Wt a
hot It is difficult to Imagine a aihreIcal more
iarclcal court proceeding Almost Almostc be bejond Ma
c Staid a reasonable doubt Mitchell was wasty w wty a e
qty ty of the crime of which he heAOCUSed was wasAccused
Accused Nevertheless he was allowed allowedgo allow allowgo allowfiF
fiF > go free because ho had sharply
Criticised the president for appointing appointinga appote appotea
a negro to a federal position positionOn
On UH tb same theory negro negroaught aharpar aharparought i
ought to find a lot of easy
a4arP8i money moneyamong moneya moneyamong
among a mon the negroes of f the south They Theyran The Thecan T e ecan
can work the Hanna slave pension bin binor hi hior t I
or any an other fraud with the
certainty certaintythat oertahethat Y f ft
that t ha t nothtn will bt dEn dotie d he a tb them themth in inth InthO
th thO > way tv of o punishment If they are able ablei ablehow aD aDi 1e
i > show that th it < at some time or other otherthey othertIy oth othtl er
tl they cy have ha 8 denounced the president f fsome for forFlnic ftlIE or
some lIE ofllefU II action Ti This = will be very veryi ver y
0 < tlll i Cy y so a sure harvest awaits the col colr colnM co coped 1
nM > r ped Kl crooks croo f who wish to prey upon the theignorant thehtnorant t1 t1Ignorant e
ignorant members of their th ir raceJudge race raceJudge raNJud
Judge Jud Culpepper CuJ pjer should have found foundKome fOUDeMme fouosome d
Mme other reason ren n for for dismissing dismissingcase Uu Uuase tJkoase
case < ase against Mitchell if for foreke nothing nothingelse J10thIDgel ttokhla g
el else than the bad precedent he ha haestablished has hasti1Itabl haThe alt
established establishedThe eCJ eCJThe
The mountain tops certainly certainlylike looked lookedlike 100WJlke
like winter yesterday morning Itia Itiaperhaps It Itperhaps Itperhaps a
perhaps proper now ow to indulge In inhope the tluhope dt dthope
hope that we have seen the last of ofhot the thehot thehot
hot weather until summer comes agaf agafS agafn n
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VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVEMENTSAFTER IMPROVEMENTS1rTlR VEMENTS VEMENTSA
AFTER A FTER MANY 3it1 NY 2014 LONG TEARS YE RS ofPant of ofPatent
Patent Pant waiting gattie Salt LtIae is at atlast atJut atlast
last prold prontiald for the immediate future futurerailroad futureilroad ufureIl4f1road
ra railroad ilroad And depot facilities com crpamettsurate commensurate COIItm
Il4f1road mensurate m urate with the citys importance importanceThe impoltlllnc1tThe > l lThe
The Oregon Short Line has already alreadypetitioned alreadypetitioned
petitioned p and the Rio Grande will willat willt ili iliat
at a t the next meeting meetin of the council councilpetition rouncilpeUtion councilpetition
petition for the franchise necessary necessaryto
to the inunediate 1maI und 11n4 ta1illq rtsMag of ofprovements Un improvementa
provements on a scale that anDO fullto railt full
to D result In immense bcnent riellt t t1 the themunicipality tbemunicipality themunicipality
municipality The Short Line and San SanPedro fa an n nPe4Iro
Pedro P edro Loa Angeles Salt Lake end e nd Rio TUoOrande RioGrand RioBraude
Grand reads propose to t to spend not notless notlea notlea
lea than 1w000A = MOMO 818 on depots shops and andother andottler andother
other Improvements ImprovementsIt
It la difficult ellftlCJltteven even to approximate the thematerial thematerial thematerial
material benefit the proposed nnder nndertakings nndertakingta n4ertakinp
takings win bring brln < to Bait Lake Whil WhUthe WhJIthe <
the new and handsome depots will be bevaluable bealuable bealuable
aluable v acqulsltkHUi they are not of ofanything otanyUUBfr ofanything
anything like JIl as mueh imfmtance i to tothe tothe tothe
the city as the proposed shops It isstated is isstated isstated
stated that the principal shops b of 1 the tMShort theShort
Short Line company are to be located locatedhere locatedh tocattdhere
here h re four blocks of ground bavlQgbeen bavlQgbeenpurchased havinjr havl been beenpurchased beenpureha8ed
purchased for that special purpose The Thecapacity Thecapacity
capacity of the Rio Oraode tihopato strops la lato > s sto
to be doubled dou led The shops abopllwlll will employ employlarge employlarge
large nihwbers n nr gabere r of o men who will be becitlsena
I citlsens of Salt Lake who will make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their homos bom and spend their money moneyhere moneyhere moneyhere
here hereIt
hereIt
It is I not outside the bounds of reasonto reason reasonto reasonto
to say that hundreds aund1f4 ltuadl de of thousands of ofdollars ofdoUazw
dollars wilt be distributed annually annuallyamong annuallyamong
annualbl
among these th workmen ea and by them themin tbemIn them1n
in turn dlatrnm dUtrlbuteo among salt saltLakes J gtt I ILakes
Lakes merchants ta and business men menHere merHere menHere
Here will be a source of permanent permanentand
and fixed prosperity rltJ that every citizen clthtenmust clttsenmust citizenmust
must sooner or later share The im importance 1mportance importanee ¬
portance of the project therefore canhardly can canhLrdly
hardly be overestimated And the the800ner thesooner
sooner the franchises are granted cran the thesooner tbesooner thesooner
sooner the work will be started the thesooner theIJOOner thesooner
sooner Salt Lakers will begin enjoying enjoyingIts
Its It s benefits benefitsThe beneatLTbe benefitsThe
The petitions petitio ask that certain streets streetsbe
be closed to the public Those who whohave whohave
have no understanding u of the situation situationmay attuatlonmay situationmay
may consider it a dangerous step tep to towithdraw towithdraw I Iwithdraw
withdraw from the public tHorough tHoroughfares thoroughfarq thoroughares
fares f ares that have been dedicated ded1 to the thepublics he j
publics use An examination 6f f the thepetitions thepetitions t tpetltlon
petitions however oujekly CI y eliminates eliminatesany
any objections that may arise on this thisscore thisre
score w ore re The railroads raUroa4tland at grea4expense grea4expenseand i > te t1oiP troe troeand
and with a faith In the future o of f the themunicipality themunicipality theunicipality
municipality m that h fa highly commend commeadable eommqdable commendable
able have secured or will secure every everyfoot eryfoot every everytoot
foot of property abutting aINtdon on the t streets streetsthey Btrfettbey streetsthey
they desire to closeThere close closeThere clOlleThere
There can be no legitimate objection objectionto
to granting this thl feature tureOf of the peti petilion petitionsnd I
lion tionsnd and nd the Short Line Is willing w11111 to t do domore
more Over l its l property on First North Northstreet Northtreet Northstreet h j
street between Third and Fourth W Weat Y4 Y4streets et etatreets
streets this because beeau e It IS ah it important importantthoroughfare ImportantthoroUhtiuB importantlaroughtare t
thoroughfare the company propose proposeto pIeOllMto pts pees
to erect a viaduct at a coot of not notthan of lees lee leethan 1e118thal
than 1160006 When completed this thisviaduct thlaviaduct thisviaduct
viaduct Is to be given glv to the city ab abaaiuteiy abHtu
aaiuteiy Htu eb without coat No cbrporAtloii cbrporAtloiicould cOrponitfoRGOUld a
could make a more Jn N generous proposi proposition PIOPOIIItl4 ¬
lion tl4 n
0 0THE
THE CITIZENS DUTY DUTYSENATOR
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SENATOR S lATOR FAIRBANKS of Indiana Indianahas Indlanaj a
has often been described a as a prac pracUcal practIc1 praceal
Ucal h eal politician By this we do do no not notmean notIDftn t
mean that the senator hi thought to be becorrupt beoorrupt
corrupt tor a man may be a practical practicalpolitician practicalpolltlelan 1
politician without Without being diahtonest tie tieh HeJa 1i 1i1s e
h Ja a man who knowa bow to gaugepublic gauge gaugepublic uge ugePU
public PU Jc sentiment with with rnath mathematical maUlticalactneN mathematicalexactness lteatica lteaticayxactness 1
exactness aud to govern himself ac accordingly acconUngly accordingly ¬
cordingly Any words from the sena senator enator ¬
tor on matters of practical politics are aretherefore arftherefore aretherefore
therefore of interest interestA
A few week ago Senator S llater Fairbanks lfelrbankdelivered Fairbanksdelivered hnkBdeUvered e
delivered a lecture to the people of ofMinneanoUa ofKlnunpolla o f
Minneapolis In which ho told them themsome uemeome thensome t
some apt truths Among oilier things thingshe thl thlhe
he said that indifferent cittsens who whoallow wholow wh whalbw o
allow boodlers to elect theranervoa tlKt N an and andeach Ude d
each e ch other oth r to office are just t as a much muchenemies mlchenemJe mqe h
enemies to good nv government aa the theboodlers thiboodles
boodles themselves This TIt statement statementapplies lJta etatemeoapplies < eme c cap I
ap applies to tou all municipalities bat tat 4t t had hada udparticular ha c cparticular d
a particular interest In in 111which n jjCnmojutotta jjCnmojutottawhich All Allwhich
which baa just sent a criminal mayor mayorto DNl7orto r
to the penitentiary penitentiaryIn
In Minneapolis the citiaena ci cttlaenartied aii by bythis b7this b bflits f
this we W mean the men who w tvhs eaU eaUHITeS < tHotn tHotnelves
elves good citizens cltiaenawere were Indifferent IndifferentThe Indf < erent erentT t
The T result was that t at Mass and nd hla hlacrowd bJaCIOWd
crowd of boodlers gmfters and thieve Uaierestook Uaienstook x
took control ntrol o of municipal affairs and andreaped andreaped am d El Elreaped
reaped large profit from the public publictreasury c
treasury The ThCtt7w city went tfr from m bad adto adtoWOIM to toworse t o
worse until every department epa t was w so sonotoriously
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notoriously rotten that the Indifferent Indifferentcltlaone IndifferenteltJlMIwere fndlfierencltisens t
cltlaone eltJlMIwere were wit forced to cast off a their theirindifference theliadlitereace r
indifference and turn the rascals raaca ou out outIt outIt t I
It may be set down as a general prop proposition PIO PIOoetttOft ¬
osition that Senator Fairbanks vie view viewof Ie Ieor w
of the Ua matter ta to the correct view 1IUft Un Unless ¬
less citizens who who as a rule nevw have haveanything baveany e
anything any thin < to do with politics other at than thanto the thato n
to exercise the privilege of voting votingone 1fbr 1fbrone foto fotoone
one or another boasmade ticket do dothen dotheir d o
their duty good ooc1 government to impos impossible 11ftPCMIalWe i isibk tripes ¬
sible Bad government will always alwsgethe be bethe hethe
the rule in communities wb where re the busy busybusiness 1 ba bahruatness uQ uQDustn
business Dustn men refuse to shoulder abOt der th the theobligations theobUptlOJUl e
obligations o of good 004 citizenship citixenshipNow
Now bad government to not neces necessarily n nsarlly reccessarlly ¬
sarlly corrupt government A citys citysaffairs cltYItral city s
affairs tral may go to the dogs do without withoutthose wlthro ltIsouttnoe nt
those In n charge of them receiving vlDa a asingle alnll
single lnll unclean dollar But that to fact factdoesnt taetdoesnt et
doesnt help the municipality any y Ex j
c cept pt for the odor of the thing th a clt city citygovernment citygovernment Y
government might as well 1 be corrupt corruptas convoyas t
as incompetent and often they are areboth areboth a re
both for the former Implies the latter latterThe latterThe r
The salvation of any city elt lies In the theawakening theawaken th e
awakening awaken of its substantial people peopleThey
They most must not only cast their Vatlou Vatlouthey 1ieJJotthey foil foilthey
they must become 1tec me candidates tsar of office offlee ¬
flee The gang may rise and beat them thembut Utembnt n
but they must not be discouraged discouragedThey dltloeu dltloeuThey
They must In run and run again ID an and andagain andapln d 1
again until they are suere successful tul for forsuch torsuch f fsuch or
such perseverance peneWncf Is often necessary bece y r i
to a citys Clt redemption redebtptteaSome rt eftlJtlonSome j jSome I
eftlJtlonI I
Some malicious ma
individual seems t to o > I
have ha been
ve vending out a
report that thatOgden thatOltden the t t
Ogden will not be able to furnteh h
a ac accommodations c ¬
commodations for all u the delegate and andvisitors an d i
visitors to the eleventh national Irri Irrigation rrtaatlou r N ¬
gation congress A Amore more palpable libel libelcould libelcould li ee I
could hardly be uttered Ogden has hashotel huhotel ha hahotel s t
hotel room In abundance
and if by
an any anychance anychance y r
chance there should not be enough enoughroom enughroom b
room in the hotels the citizens will willgladly WI WIgladly iIl iIlladJy 11 1
gladly throw their homes open to the thecitys t be beclt
citys clt guests No visitor to Ogden ne neweek next nextweek n xt xtD t
week need D be afraid he will not have havea ba bat ve vePlace e
a place to toy his head headThe h4 h41IID hen
1IID 1IIDThe
The trial of Beavers Bea vera the alleged alIQe4p8t alIQe4p8tomce fuj jeI t toAce
oAce swindler has been set for Sept p t
25 If half that has been beenletabout beenletabouthim said aDo about abouthim u t t
him is latrue true t he will m be put where he hecannot uhe
cannot ca handle ha dle other peoples mouey m ie7 for fore torc c r J
e long lQOIam too time to oom co come
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TJaaY King Bdwnrd scant nt cour oourtea1 courteayt
tea1 iD glattd cS by beating b his race racehorses ra raIIonee
horses h orses with discouraging cll regularity tegtrisrityThe lArity lArityi
1 i The fit first t round of the proposed prise
fight at Murray has b resulted In a vie vietory vtei viey
i tory t aty y for t rr M 1 jr r Miller MtlterThat IIler IIlerThat Millerr MillerThat r
That Marysvvtle lala Je man who married
his h is stepdaughter tlt + ughter probably robal ly knew that thattJIe thatthe
the girl had been properly raised i and andknew andlow andnew
knew aped k = ae new d low tow a home should be man manae j japed i iIt +
If the germs of discord were ere fought foughtan
an 11 vigorously y in n Halt Lake as the t tierma thegerms
germs of typhoid are Just ji ue tior w what whatJolly whatJoUy w
Jolly old town it would be to live in
j j i Even should it be bt impossible imV08sibie to in ind4ctth indiet ind4et i i i
d4ctth diet tile tDeprbtMnent prominent mn mend said to be ten ttnpllcated tmpticated
plicated in the postonlce racket we weGlUcht weought J Jaught
aught to be given ven tile name e red IaUy
ally since sln at t the beginning the presl pretlldent president
dent especially requested that all the thefacts thetacta thefacts
1 facts be made public whether therewas there therewas thereWU
was ground for criminal pro PCoecutIon ecucion or orJust orao
ao I
j Just Jutt at this instant tant there is hign bJa water wa water Water
ter In Kansas City It is Impossible to totell totell tobell
tell what the condition will be in 11 ten teJiMinutes teninutes
minutes m from now nowj J JIt
j It is reported that certain Chinamen Chinamenof I
of Salt Lake are forsaking Christianity Christianityand
and returning returnln to the belief of o Confu Confurlull Confuclue =
i clue This would be all right If they theywould
would at the same time return to the the1fnd thend j
Ifnd hi nd tit < Jot f ConfuciusThe ContaclThe Confucius bntuciueThe
The excellent treatment given Iv Sir SirThomas SirThomas 11 11Thomaa
Thomas Lipton in America hne had the theeffect liceffect I
effect ett e t of determining determlnh < Captain Cap aln Wrings Wringsof
of the Shamrock III to make his Roma liotneon me meon
on this aide aideA Bl BlA aideA
A reputable old lady informs us usthat uathat usthat
that the electrical workers who meet meetere resethere
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here ou Monday will do nothing shock shocking shockIng spooking ¬
j ing
Those striking Colorado miners said saidto aUto
to be headed for Utah with a vie view v to tomaking tomaking tomaking
making this state their permanent permanenthome permanenthome t
home will be welcomed if they come comewithout comewithout
without 1thout evil thoughts thoughtsIt thOug ta
It Is but just to the Colorado nationalguard national nationalguard natlonlguard
guard to say that the members o of it itare Itare Itare
are not working In the mines they are areJust arejuat arejiver
Just on guard there thereTh thereT1t thereTbd
Th Tbd Christians Christi in Turkey should ia iatroduee l ltrodee n
1 troduee the automobile blle then They Theywould Theywould
would thus ttm be Able to escape pe from frommot frommoleea 1 1JftO
mot JftO moleea with facility and could kill artthe oft oftthe offtbe
the majority of their assailant 11m at the thesame theme thesame
same me time timeEconomical timeEconomical
Economical Management13ssebttll Management ManagementBaseball
Baseball players like men in other otherwalk othrwalta otherwalim
walk of life think they have more morehardahipe naMeharta1p morahardshtips
hardahipe than others In different avo avocatioaa a avo avocations VQ VQcatloaa
catioaa Here lea is 1 a mean ma manager managerstory maJ4 maJ4story ger
story a member of the local team tells fellsIt tellsIt
It was not so JIOIOQI long back he says saysthat 371that
that I was on a certain team under a acertain acertain
certain manager who hs not my man manager 1IUU1agel mattalter ¬
alter now but who 10 well and hearty heartyso
so names dont go We were on the theroad thestruck
road sad struck one of the Montana
towns late one evening I was broke brokeand bronand brokeand
and hungry so I went to the managerand manager managerand managerand
and said Say cant you do o some something somethln somehing ¬
thing thln t to get me a bite to eat Cant Cantyou Can Canyou
you rustle r me a sandwich or some somethlnr something soniethingr
thing He hesitated e a few aaUjutes aaUjutesand mlaut mlautand uaixiutgsand
and then turned to the ga gateman reman and andsaid andsaid andaid
said s Here you take this fellow out outsomewhere outIIOmewhere outsomewhere
somewhere and buy him a sandwich sandwichThe andlchThe sandwichThe
The gateman took m me to a place wherethey < wherethey where wherethey
they threw tlhe a bum sandwich In front of ofme ofme
me It was pretty bad but I ate itand It Itmere Itand
and w was hle to KO to sleep p Nothin Nothinmore
more was doing in the matter until unUIalter untilfter t tafter
a after fter we got home 00 The next payday paydaymy paydaymy paydaymy t
my chckWa 0k k1 > das V seats short 0It I Baked Bakedt a kedhat
what hat Wu forIW1tJMy tor they said it Wall Wallfor
for the dw1cia tlw7 y bad bo bought t me meNows meNow
Nows Now i t t do xou x > GOU think t lnk of that thatStudents > the thedead th thdead e
dead deadStuc1ents >
Students of of meteorology meteorology will be glad gladto gladto gladto
to learn that the war clouds In the far fareast fareat fa faeast r
east have ha ve begun un to lift although the thedtapatc thedoes thedispatch
dispatch di spatch does not make clear what whatthey whattMy t
they are lifting liftingman
man who surrender himself hlDa it4 ahd ahdn ah d
tMR t n fights extradition ought to be able ab abto h
to put put1IP up a good ood Insanity defense defenseThe eleten
TheetarCllag The startltag stare Information comes from fromPennsylvania fromPennsyyanla
Pennsylvania that contrary to al all ex expectation exJNlCU1UoI ¬
pectation the decision of Umpire
Wright in the coal mining mlnl trouble will willretmlt willreert2t
result in either It r peace or war warW WrV
W V Vl j > e has Professor pror Ix Langley > tgley been
keeping keep ke phtg g himself elf these past few days daysThe da daThe
The particular lunatic at large largementioned wgentloMd largementioned
mentioned ntloMd in the dispatches dt dispatcbesJront patclaesf from Cali California Calltomia ¬
fornia is the one who shot and killed killeda
a > t man a few days ago agoIf apeU
If you got a cnaaee d to trade your yourPanama OUrPanama roarPanama
Panama for a good pair of rubbers rubbersao
ao it itJust It
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Just ut by way of variety a case ca8eof of dis disease dl dlthat diaeast ¬
ease that to not typhoid to reported reportedOJae reportedate
ate Cut Direct DirectA
A certain Irishman and an a assistant assistantwer
wer w wadi engaged in raising by preens means of ofblock ofIock I
block Iock and tackle baskets of bricks bricksfrom bricksfrom
from the ground to the fourth story of ofa otbuIJdln
a building buIJdln < Arriving at the fourth storyne story storyone rtoryne
one ne particular particularbaaket basket buketwas was placed uponaboard upon upona
aboard a board even as a had been others that thatpreceded
preceded it t While waiting tor the t tto I
basket to be emptied the Irishman Irlsbmantled Irlsbmantledthe tied tiedthe tiedthe
the rope about his waist t and began to tolight tolight tolight
light his pipe Scarcely Scar elY had he begun begunwhen begunwhen begunwhen
when the board supporting the basket basketof
of bricks brake b oke > and the basket started starteddownward starteddoWDward starteddownward
downward at lightning speed theIrishman the theIrishman theIrlebman
Irishman moving up to the fourth fourthstory fourthtory fourthstory
story at equal velocity When the bas basket basret ¬
ret txt struck tr ek the earth the bricks bound bounded bolnded bounded ¬
ed out and the Irishmans weight be being beng being ¬
ing ng greater than that of the empty
basket he came back to the ground at ata ata ata
a terrific pace As he gathered tbend him himself himIf ¬
self If up a workman who desired de to ask kIIOme asksome
some favor put his head out of a sec second cond ¬
ond story window This Thl workman had hadnot 11 hadnot < 4 4not
not seen the Irishmans Irl hman ups and downs
U appears so he said Oh Con I Iwant IwaRt Iwant
want to see you Ye Y are no rind o omine Qc QcmIM
mine replied the Irishman Oi passed
y Y twolce an y ye ntvinshpoke ntYIr shpoke t tme tmeFrom me meFrom
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A Avery very beautifully appointed brides bridesluncheon bI1 es esluncheon
luncheon was that thatgiven given yesterday by
Mrs Henry eary P Henderson H denIon in honor of ofMiss ofII ofAfiss
Miss II Irene Dickson on White alone was wasused wasu wasused
used in the decoration of the dining diningroom diningJOOm diningroom
room and the idea of the pure white whitewas whitewu whitewas
was carried out In every detail of the thewhole thewbole
whole affair < Even the refreshments If1 hment hmentMowed
showed the absence of color and a apleasing apleulng
pleasing innovation was made by hav haVIllS
IllS the ices moulded in the form of ofcupids otcupids ofcuplds
cupids hearts h artat and wedding e dln bells bellsHeart beUaHeart
Heart shaped biscuits heart shaped
salads and hearts In all the course e were AereRen
seen At the chair for the brideelect brl11ee1 bra e elact t ta
a bunch bunchoC of white roses ro ea was tied tI with witha
a abroad broad road white satin ribbon and the thetable theta thetable
table ta l4J was wa lighted by candelabra of ofcrystal
crystal shaded with white shades shadseCrystal sNWlIand
Crystal and white alone were used on
the tables tabtevIn tabJeIn
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In the hall and the front parlor sun sunflowers KftflOw sunflowers ¬
flowers flOw were used most effectively and andthe adthe andthe
the back k parlor was done entirely in indeep Ind n ndeep
deep d p red asters Ina In a corner of the thehall thehalt
halt an Oriental booth was w wad arranged arrangedand arranpdand
and here each girl was given ven a chance chancet
to peer into the mysteries of the future j i
as revealed reveal by a charming GYPSY maid maidThe maltThe maidTh If
The young ladies present to assist asi t Miss MilaDtekon iliiissDickson
Dtekon were Mis II MI Polly Wakeling o oSt of ofSt t t
St Johns Mle Helen dillespie tI1fAPie MWa 8 f ff fc
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Atteen McLean Mj WJiIR s Eva Mason Mis M MEIaor 1tiNs 1tiNsEleator
Eleanor XiaBon Miss s Addle Zane Miss MissLeta 1IIssLeta MtsaLeta
Leta McMWan Miss Mb s Ruth R th Kirkpatrick KfrlipatricKrs KirkpatrickMrs KirkpatrickIn
Mrs M rs William Mack and Mrs Dickson DicksonMiss DI Dlcltaonn k8Qnit
n e eMiss it itMiss
Miss M Marguerite rite DonaeUau was ws j theb the thehoste thfhOlltHlIaat
1 hOlltHlIaat b hoste ° sit t lastevening elliGg at a very rery ryo Informal Informaldancing InformaldatC
dancing datC < d party given tor the younger youngerboys oungerboys
1 boys and girls at who 0 are about to leavefor leave leavefor Jeavefor
for soneol and college c Uep About thirty thirtyyoung thirtyOUnl thirtyyoung
young f people MM sari present and en enjoyed enjoTed enjoytd ¬
joyed ft merry men evening rue Tn hone was wasprettily WasPt wasprat
prettily Pt decorated fed ed with It autumn autuf n leaves leaverand leavesand lea leaa
and and a sM0olMefa = and the daintiest t of ofdnce ofd ofdlztce
dnce di J1Ce programmes progtwmme4 m6 showed t Li wenea enes uf ufdanee t1datreesand t tda
d danee da datreesand and musical sketches In colors colorsUna coonl ceoraldtaSA
ldtaSA Una l 3 J J3 Lewto Latritwlll will be the hostess hostessattha hostesssit te tetrt1
i attha sit < tRMr iei Mry tryuftodaYaDdt t y duD today and tea aum aumlie will willhe willee
he srveft ee a4 4 oclock Mrs Davis will willbe willbe Killbe
1 be aaatetediby 1 her sUrter atn r Mrs William Williamft
ft 3 SBarpv a feesidea erld the approaching ppr < Uftg and andpatting andyuttlug
1 patting i ttmtert cocfe coc odr k golf will m be bePtajrwl bethere
D 1 Ptajrwl attiJ there oils w 1 t attractions attractionswitnra attraclon attraclonwilblR at t tractionsithin ractionsr
witnra w ithin doors don of a palmist and string
i orchestra orchestraThe orcMetH orcMetThe ° rc H stga stgaThe
The P S > 3r O society will ill meet t todayat today toda todaat
s at 2 o oclock jrt the home horn of o + Mrs 3l r A G GAndrews OAndrewsIfQ t1 t1Andrewatid
Andrewatid Andrews AndrewsIfQ M Q street As delegates are
to be elected et ted to the state st tp lederatlonaQIII deration derationand
and also to the P E O treating ing In InUpcoJft inNebraska
Lincoln Nebraska a full attendance to toreouestvd 1areQ ist isMrs
reouestvd reQ ye
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Mrs 3fr St ftoo tVJ Me of f Kar Kapn ba n as CUy in the theguest tbeof theila
ila guest of her sister Mrs WS W RidgeonThlnl Ridge Ridgeon
on onThlnl Third street
treetIt
K m mMrs wMrs
Mrs 111 Melvin 1 E Bowles returned returnedevening returnertehSctlOlft returnedeven
even e evening ehSctlOlft from a six weeks visit v 1t to the thes4ii
r norloweW s4ii ffIi i Jf e ifebatst cotfst f t Mrs Bowies baa vis visited vi vitar vfsfled ¬
j fled Ui Irrkape UpoKane ape as well as at the sea seashore tteae
shore shoreTwonow e + ae aeTtro
t Of OfTWohHw
Ttro Twonow n w lieutenants lieutenants have been ad adt ¬
ded to th t tilt young men at the post Mr Mrffotn Mrfrom
Chnnfbers from Fort oft Duchesne and Mr MrMadison 1trrWest
Madison frdm West Joint PotatM PoltltfIo
fIo fIon
M SBjQfentpson n of New York who has
heat ta tii t jf eilt e t of Dr and Mrs Henry
LaMotte during the summer will re return retalll ¬
turn to lterhome e about the 1st Utot of Oc OcCantajnjpn4 OeCRwA
tpbet tpbetCa
Cantajnjpn4 CRwA Ca > 4 Mrs Samuel Paul who whohave whobJne whohave
have enentSome epe7 tliiome ootne time in n the northwest northwesth ri rthweat rthweathmre t tMtve
h Mtve w returned retut7 retut7Y returnedMlsiF < j jyo
yo Y f fMWolh if ifMae
Mae MWolh Oltve Jennings nnfags has 11 returned returnedfroHn returned returnedflwiet d dMi
froHn stIpoi atrhj Ii oT a aforcmght to San Fran Pramclsob Franctoob =
ctoob clsobMis ctoobHiss
o4ltce o
Hiss AlUje 11ontHnson Tomllneon trorn11n on Is home after afters afterii
s ii httith eMiijil ii i past t flve tn ve weKs oa the thecoast thetn
coast 0 Watte in San Francisco l1ranCUleOMr l1ranCUleOMrToW Airs MfrsTati AirsToinHnapn
ToinHnapn ToW Tati lrtSpn ft vtolted led the domestic science
denartmeiits 4e Of the schools and studied studiedthevartoiwitnes studiedtirevaviega tuclle11M
tirevaviega thevartoiwitnes 11M IJiIe of t work workMr work1tr workMr
Mr Murray u Twelves T1 lv of Provp Iv IvtpfJy leavestAf1Pv leaves leavestpday
tpday for Columbia Cohtm t1 t1w111 iumlia la college co ilKa where he hewill bewlU
will take tot e a 1 special spee course In civil engfhlr1i1 en engineering ¬
gineering Ki gfhlr1i1Bites nt
<
Bites Lottie Burch and tON BondItYebgtel Bond Bondare BondAtCCJtifNm
ItYebgtel AtCCJtifNm are < ba k tl from em a yacatlon spent in the theeiuitv thet the9kgt
eiuitv t an mall are again at nome at 958 958Bast 958t
> Bast i + ast t First 1rlt et South streetMr street streetMr streetr
+
Mr r George S Bell has returned returnedhome returnedhome returnedome
h home ome leaving Je vlng Mrs Bell and Jack at atSanta atSaJita atBeasts
Santa Barbara 3arbara isirbara Cal CalMise CalMiss
Miss Nape e Austin 41 aasoctot editor it8r oflire of ofthe oft
the t PootpeMOcrat PoatJ t of Grand Jtap1 tapld to totpenSfng Iapen ispending
s pending pen I lC 1 iL fw days in the talty dtyntt ndv l ig igMiss ilt isat
at t Ul tale 1U1tDu 1U1tDuUClan iYBpttDUMiss
Miss = UClan Clacra Deal has returned retur home homefrom hemefrom bornefrom
from Medeo Aiyeloo41I > t xicoCHy Clm where here she Jtois Juu been beenVisiting beenvtsltir beenafsiUngcEp
Visiting afsiUngcEp gtortii for tnfc ast year She S e to at athome athome athome
home to her h r friends In the new tel terrace telrace tenrace ¬
race 112 U Northfaln North Main street streetAfter streetAfter
After an abeeajce at e of two months in inKw InEILU
EILU Kw M e eJIrs Mrs Vivian VIY Vi ten JOIMSS has returned returnedttf
ttf t d lir lirNovi the t eclty city a ana u U at White hall on onNorth onNoih
North Noih Novi State te tr tret tretJc et etitf
itf itfA ipU JcA
A tin U shower in honor onor of Miss > 188 Min Minjnte MinJ
jnte James J was tendered tend Friday > after afterinbeR alterW sfterIIi0e11
inbeR tor Mrs M18t L L Whitney at at 220 2209o6tii 110S 730Sbtth
9o6tii S Ninth sorb Sa t street About twen fwentytwo twentytwo twentytwo ¬
tytwo guests were present pre ent and the thepresents thepre
presents pre were many n ny and useful Thehouse The Thebouse Th Thhoa
house hoa e wa was daintily decorated through throughut throuphJJut
JJut n ut in green n and white A novel feature fea feature featur ¬
ture tur was a poster of a young bridefrom bride bridefrom bridef1
from f1 m which the thepe guests ts had to make up upa upa
a poem a prie being awarded for the thebest thebest
best which was as won by Mrs Mattie AlattleTtngey MattieTingey MattieTlnaey
Tingey
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Professor Oiseas foil orchstra oighstraw orchstrawill
will w ll be present tonight from 630 d iO to
> 30 and reader high class and pop popular pupwaf ¬
< 01 ular Selections SelectionsOtoen ftleott ftleottOIIJeIa igekotiosaOiseos
I Oiseos Otoen or orchestra hra has been in ex exfstecce exGee ezlsteoce
fstecce Gee mow D1O tkan thirty years and andthrough andtIuJ andthtrsagh
through Its discoursing of sweetapat sweet tweetacid eet eetna
acid entrancing na dance music mulea oc occu occupie u
I pie 1teN a place tn the hearty oi oipeople allI all allpeople
I people who love to trip the light lightfatastlc lighttaBtlc lightfAntastlc
fatastlc taBtlc toe toeI in the hearts arts of all alllovers all1oftI alllovers
lovers of music musicPlease musicteaae musicPlease
Please consider this annoute annoutement annourLinept L Lt °
inept t aa an n invitation to visit the thestar theetent theeWirr
star this evening
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black whfteJtrnwned WJdte tlsamed with black and plain white UN 1 2f ue SO and 493 495
Just about bairt twelve lwei left at t onehalf ot o these pricesABOUT prices pricesABOUT priceABOUT
ABOUT Sfr 6 CAPS C slightly iH htto soiled Automobiles Tam OShantersGolf OShanters OShantersGolf
Golf ana anciBlc7 Bicyfele le all sizes and in colors of red blue and fancy mixtures mixtures50c
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SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES SCIENCESTbe
Tbe School of Artsand Arts and Sciences Sciencesoffers Selene Seleneoffers Sciencesoffers
offers courses in
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