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TH THE SALT LT LAK LAKE HERALD IUNDAY OUTOBER 4 1903 SECTION 1CTION TWO
rilE SALT LAKE umIIBRLDi umIIBRLDihIhed HERALfl HERALflrSfblished I
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All papers are continued 1mtlt nttt ntttorder ft explicit Ilcttdel
order del te rteetved d to discontinue discontinuertHrage Aft a1 a1na r rrtarages
rtHrage na must be paid in every cue cueThe caseT
Toe T e Herald can be obtaJneu obtal e at these theseplaces taeeeplitc
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SoutJteraI I
THE POLITICAL SITUATION SITUATIONTriB SITUATIOHrib
TriB rib 1 fitJNlCIPAL 1 political situation i
sk this early stage has assumed assumedabout isIatnedabout med meda
a about as peculiar a phase aa could be I IIID
liniiltmil IID For two yean 7 the city cityCCNUetI citycotntdl
cottttcfl nominally Republican has lutebeer i ibee
been bee domtaMted by a majority com eompoped coinp0011
poped of mm who might t be called aaUec1either
either Democrats or Republican as a aO
occasion O required Ostensibly the at dtIon dlYeton
vision Ion has been bees political in reality ithas U 1tba
ba has been subject to sock 1Iclt varlatSoR ae aethit athlt asthif
thit dominant clique decided e ed after It Ithad itha4 Ithad
had consulted authorities entirely out outApparently ouCMdek
Mdek o1b last 4ietl 1 lines JlDtiPIMUeDt17
Apparently the Republican RepubUm conven conventic COIlventt eonventfoet
tfoet tic tt and primaries will be loaded with withjust withjaat
just such material as this present prBtcouBall presentcouncil
council Majority men to whom party partyties partyU
ties U ark a a minor r consideration who do cIoDot donot
not know the first principles of party partyallegiance partyaUeglaBee partyallegiance
allegiance and would not be guided CUlc1edb7 guidedby
by U if they did 41d dDOW know The Democrats Democratswith Democratswith
with a great opportunity before them themhave themhave
have decided to hold a party conven convention
tion nominate a ticket and d then trust trustto trustto °
to Providence and the blunders bl1m er of the thefoe thefoe theSoe j
foe to accomplish a favorable result resultThe resultThe resultThe
The H Herald rald would like to see a astraight atralPlt astraight
straight Democratic ticket of repre representttre repreHBtdlW1MII
sentttre HBtdlW1MII men en nominated and elected electedbut electedbut electedbut
but it confesses to a conviction that thatDemocrats thatDemocrats thatDemocrats
Democrats are going < against t a aae apDJe
ae game fn n which John JO n Henry IIenr IIenrSmUk
Smith has assumed aeurned the role of dealerI dealer
If there t is l a chance chan for the election eleotlonot
of a Democratic a genuinely Dtno Dtnocrmtta Dmocrwtle Dsmo Dsmocryttio
crmtta ticket the combination be between betwen between ¬
tween church leaders and the RepubIlcea Repub Republican RepublICUl ¬
lican > machine has been broken bro l i aai aaino and andno udDO d
no one has seen n any indications In lcatloM of or that thatas tbatII tha thaas t
as yet t
s SALT ALT LAKES HEALTH HEALTHf HEALTHr
rP r KB RBPORT or the board of health healthtor h
f
for the month of September shows showsthat showlthat I
that Salt Lake City the outbreak of oftyphoid ortJllllol4 o otypiold f
typhoid notwithstanding is one of the thehealthiest UtebeaJddMt
healthiest municipalities in the enti enticountry entire entirecountry enUrec re
country c < aatrJ Fewer deaths were reported reportedthan reportedthaa repor reporla
than thanOf In a the same month of last year yearOf yearOf
Of the total although there were 12S 12Scase UScaMII
case of typhoid boJd the largest nom number numberthe n nthe
the city baa hasever ever had at one time only onlyfive onl7five on1 on1five y
five dentils Iea from that cause Were reported re reported reportell ¬
ported portedTnss portedma
portellJIWIa
Tnss indicates that the epidemicof epidemic is isof tor
of a s remarkably mild type exceptregards except as asregards asre
regards re numbers Hither this is I true trueor trueor tr tror
or with tlt modern methods a of treatment treatmentyphoid treatmenttyphoid tment tmenttypbotd t
typhoid can no longer 10 1lebe be classed as a aparticularly apartleaJarly
particularly fatal disease The chief chiefsovree cblefIICMINe chiceouree t
IICMINe sovree of danger l4 typhoid as is now nowgenerally DOWnco no nogenelrkly
generally recocnnied nco eiled is the lack of ofpropernursing ofprOperlIun1ng o t
oI
propernursing Very little medicineglvea medicine is isgiven J8giveR I s
given and everything depends nd upon poa th thcare the thecare thecare e
care the aatlent receives receivesTh y ylbe
Th The mildest eases of typhoid have haveproven havepro hayprows C
proven pro fatal for this very reason The Thefever Thefe T lie
fever fe assess loth to let go once it has hastaken ustakea ha hataltea =
taken hold It hangs onoften oa often forweek forweekfor for weeks weeDfor weeksfor s
for no apparent a reason and leave lea the thesufferer tbeuftllrer th thsufL e
sufL sufferer Ter te a most Jll debilitated state stateMonths stateMonths tateXO
XO Months the are sometimes soa eue passed before beforethe beforethe beta betathe re
the patient is Itt shape pe to resume re ume or ordinary ordlaary ordinaryr ¬
dinary business or household hOu Aold duties dutiesAnd ctutt ctuttAnel drrtiAnd ei
And typhoid Is always alwa expensive expe te Even Evenwith Ennwith Evewith n
with no medicines to pay for foraoctotS foraoctotSaDel doctors doctorsand doctorand s
and nursm cost money mOD leaving out outthe of ofthe ofthe
the Question the value of tie time timefrom lost lostfront oattrom
front busuiusi which cannot DOt alwaysestbdpted always be beestimated bee8
estimated estbdptedThe e8 estimatedThe
e8TM
The typhoid epidemic cannot said to tohave tohaft t thave o
have pained The Thereconk records dC t the health healthdepartment healthdepartMent healtdepartment h
department show that in previous previousOctober years yearsOctober JMl8Oc
Oc October has been almost without withouta ex exception excepdoa ¬
a
ception the worst month for the theeae din dinease cUIbe d1 1h
ease The rapid spread of typhoid typhoidshows typhoidsbcnrl typhotdon d
shows beyond bqo 14 the shadow w of a athat doubt doubtthat doubtthat don lot
that a great t many Salt Salt Lakers have havebeen havecareIe8L haycan e
been careless All U the cases viesproperly can cannot cannotproperly eaDOtPN17 not
properly be attributed to the citys wa water water WIter ¬
ter sttwrfy the flowing nowt wells the m mIce llkiIce tlee fUG
Ice lee toed and other ordinary souroerinkCtltln sources ureet of ofInfacOoo ofJJateeUoa
InfacOoo InfacOooPr inkCtltlnPapist
p Papist Pr p r n care a Is not always used in t tditdufeeUex the thedistnfeetton theclalJlteetlOa he
distnfeetton of bedding dlq or of the ex excreta excreta e eMeta x ¬
creta 000 patients The fact that thatnutnetewt In Innuttecsus n
nuttecsus 11 instances there have haveand beeR heenand beeRan4 lees
and are several era1 cases inthe same house houseand bouaeand healand c
and that some localities JocaII M have a amaDT astony great greatmany
many more than others goes to prove provethe proTthe pro procorreofaese ve
the CO correctness of this th statement Fin Finally Plnall7 Ft > 4 ¬
4U
ally Th The Herald wouldadvise all citi citicens clUaea8 M Mseem U i
cens seem to continue to exercise every everybbb pos posIhls JMsible
sible Ihls precaution 1ItIoa Drinking water should shouldbe aboaldbe sho shobe
be boiled and every possible source sourceintictea wee of ofinfection
infection should 4 be carefully watched watchedUE watchedI watch watchR watchUSE
I 11 11UE
UE OF THE OBEY OBEYGOOD OBEYA OBEY800D
A GOOD DtiAl of unnecessary 1InN uneya L T ry rytritlatee tils di11he I Itnrhaace I
tnrhaace Is being Ing raised over the thepoint thepolllt t tpoint
point as to whether the word Obey11O obey obeyMOttld obeyelleud
elleud MOttld or should not be used in inr mar mariasje marJ
iasje J j SS cereeaeniea The truth Is that thatvhen thatwJaee th thtk at t
vhen tk a woman will ill she will you youknow youhnow yo U UianOw 1
know and when she wont dont stop stopt sto stoi p
t < i argue argue gue the question A little thing thinglike thinglike th thlike ing ingyr
like a promise at the altar to obey her herlord h hJrd hlord yr r
lord and master Isnt going gota to makewife make a awife aW 1
wife W it do something she ilhela is thoroughly thoroughlyht thoroughitPt
ht pt against doing More a really realtyhusband good goodhusband 800cIIluband
husband Isnt going go g to ask his wife to toda tofl I Ido
da fl anything fine cannot honestly con consistently cOn cOnlii co cosi n ¬
lii sistently t tentty ntly and conscientiously Uously doIf do doIf doIf
k If people have not enough love for fornrid f or
rend 11 rut confidence in each other ot her to t ° believe believethoroughly believehoroqJll7 belie belie1horoxg v
1horoxg thoroughly ly in each ether they have baret noimriness 2101uine no
imriness t a getting married marrt The ue uset ° of ofthe ° j jthe
the t he word 014 obey doesnt make a ma marlmonial mat matrimonial lDatrlmoatal ¬
rimonial knot any tighter tI bter nor does It Itmake Itmake Itmake
make the y nke > ke a whit lighter lightermain The Themain Th Thmain
main thinr tJala is the promise pr > mlse to love lovehonor snit anflJfDor 1 j
honor TJ i btying lJ > business is op oponal opiona o oiona p
iona > onal whetiir wheW I the th < obligation is taken takenir tak takr en
ir r not The pium u Uoent oe cut cutsure any anygure aD7flgure r
flgure > sure at all allHoth aUBoth allBoth
Both parties to matrlmonal contracts contractsLteak contracta41eak contracLreak to
Lteak them often enough In all con coni co n
i o
science the th men oftener oft ner than the worn wo tt
en en enor The TheJword T Jword td obey obey has ha been n seed seedder tn tnorder < < 1
order or der to give the Impression hn on that tbatman thattiw thattiwman the
man is the head of the household but butat
that th at is a Jong nc exploded notion He is 1sthe
the head heacJJII1I1f < onlj < i the
rnlyrrlae ikteXtteese sense that la Iqmoat t4ost >
most m ost eases ta ea he fa Cne ib provMer provider His HIst re responsibiHty reaponaibilify
sponsibiHty 8 for the conduct of the thetablishment tneestablishment tlteestablishment
establishment es may or may not end endthere endere
there th ere just as the woman yUaFOR 1JJ 1JJFOR Hla
FOR THELI THE LITTLE L7TL TTLE OWE OH OflES OflESLjRING S SDURING
DURING D LjRING THE COMING WEEK you youwill 70Uwill youwill
will receive a letter from ute IheOrphans uteOrphans
Orphans Or phans Home A < Day D y Nursery Nurerycia sfeso sfesoclation t ao aoctation
clation cia tlon which The Herald hopes you youwill youWill youwf11
will read and consider COD8i r carefully It Is Isa Isa Wa
a brief statement of facts about the thework thework theork
work w ork and needs n of the association a and andwill andll
will wi 11 appeal to toatl all who Jao have a tender tenderplace tenderplace tenderace
place pl ace in their tht lt1IINtti > 4i hearts lor the fatherless fatherlessand fatherlessaad
and motherless moth little ones onesThe 0 0Tbe onesThe
The In institution tlt1ltlcm was found fO In 1884 1884hy 1884Miss I
i hy Miss MI Elizabeth Dickey Die who came camericer I It
ricer t the eeUt east as ass a PrertyterlaJi F kinder kindergartner kfn er I
gartner > yartM + t die T > e first home was as a small smallhouse amallhotaIte
house bo nes Oil the corner of tint lret r t South and andThird 8 d dTltlrd
Third T < hird East streets Crowded for room roomthe roolBthe roomthe
f t the home was moved JDove from place to toplace toptace toplace
place until a cottage was bought on onFirst onFirat onirst
First F irst South street which was sold the firelaDt1ly theoner
laDt1ly oner 7 invested and used toward the thepurchase theparchalle
purchase of four acres on State street streetnorth streetJtortk streetorth
Jj north f of the county Infirmary InfirmaryIn
In D IMt the association erected erectedbuilding a auilding
fe 1 building costing ttng WWO on this fine site siteThe siteThe te teT1te
i The association has no endowment and andno andDO andno
n no source of revenue re sue except the volun woluatary voluntary voluntaryContrfDUttObs ¬
t tary taryContrfDUttObs contribntfcms coatribn of a gwtewrtra ged ptfb ptfblie pttblkl Ub Ublie
lkl 1 lie and It speaks well for Salt Lakeat lAke Ikethat lAkethat
t that th at the good wopeaTwao W woe WMaO who maintain the thework tlaework theork
i work w ork have found friends f1Ien to aid ftttmtons flIemttu ftttm fMetmtna
t tons ttu na far In their philanthropy Enter Entertainments 1 nter nterntaents ¬
tainments < ntaents excursions and private sub subscrlptioM subacrtptiOM substcripttotN <
scrlptioM have brought in the funds fundsand fulHltsand fundsand
and with them a good home in pleasant pleasantsurroundings pleasantnr I IavpuJMllhphai
> surroundings avpuJMllhphai < nr pu1lgga has harleeeaIoten seen jftranf for r 2MO 2MOchildren 1 1children 81118hildren
children c during the life 6f t the institu institution In intitttutlon Utu Ututlon ¬
tlon The duly public nM In I nineteen nineteenyears nineteenI nineteeny nineteenears I
3 years y ears of work was VLM 1 Toted hy the thecity th4tcity thedry
city council In each year 1888 1888 and and18M Hl HlThe
J 18M ii
18MThe
The e management K of the home Is in inthe intha 1 n
t the hands of a board of women retire rilrreientltyg repre1ftt121
sentlng 1ftt121 eyerYdenOml every denomination detlomtnatiori tlon in the city cityneT
3 They T hey need more room they need hos hospital hopita hoapttal ¬
I pita quarters for the little little ones when whenthey whehey whenthy n
they t are ax trick they t must have bath bathroom bathroom bathroom ¬
room facilities They need other com comforts comforts comforts ¬
forts too but their immediate call i ifor is isfor isfor a
for the necessities mentionedWhen mentioned mentionedWhen mentionedWhen
When you get your letter from the thehome tbehome th thome e
home h ome answer It the same me day 41 enclos enclosing encloeIn encloaing ¬
ing In a dollar in the mailing card provtded pro provided proYIcle ¬
vided l for the purpose and nd you ou maybe maybeassured may be beMeUred
t assured a the the good a accomplished lftpUshed w withthat with withthat + lt lthat h
1 that t hat dollar will measure meaau up larger er than thanany tb thanany n nny
t any dollars worth you ever got xotA gotesu
esu esuA
A SCHOOL TEACHER HERO HEROS HEROI
I
S < OM3SHOW OJtJ aOW Wri W DONT D9NT LOOK for forbravery to L
1 special bravery in a man who whoteaches whoteache it itteaches
1 teaches school for a livings < Just wh whthis why whythis whythis 3
this should be so it would be bedlftlftlt bedlftlftltto difficult difficultto dluietllto t
to say for certainly t lnty time and again againthe agtil agtilthe giln gilnthe n
the school Il bo teacher of the UI Jll male e persua persuasion persua810nlld ¬
sion 810nlld M and the women too for that mat matter matterbas materhas ¬
ter terbas t has triumphantly un uad undergone one De cour courage courae cootage ¬
age tests te ta The latest example Is the theexample theexample th e
example e of riaton WlRt n Green principal principala of ofa ata
a school at Factoryviile a Penneyl Pennsylvania Penneylvania ¬
vania village villageA vlltAceA
A few days da ago while Greens GreeR pupils pupilswere pupllwere pup pupere
were w ere at work in their little school schoolhouse iJC1 scliooouse ool oolhOWle 1
house h ouse a great dog < entered the t room roomThe roomThe
The bloodshot 8Ioo eyes e7 the frothing itot lng mQutthe mouth mouththe m th ththe h
the low growls of the best t Indicated IndicatedthatJt IndlctedthaUt lndi lndith sated
thatJt th ac t was wa mad Straight Stral bt for the near nearest nearNt ¬
est children ch dren it sprang But swift as aswas 8was
was the dog the teacher t was swifter swifterHe awitterHe swifterHe
He jumped for the dog and grappled grappledIt IftppledItWlth grappI
It ItWlth with his hi bare b8re hands at the same sametime ametime C
time t ime shouting ah uUng to the children to escapeThe eecapeThe escape
The struggle between teacher ant dog dogthat d og ogthat r rthat
that followed would merit a description descriptionby de crlptlonby n
by Hugo Repeatedly the animal tri tried triedto trleto
to tear Itself from the teachers te dMc des desperate cleperate d ea ¬
perate grip rip Once it broke away and andphntged andphlltCe4 an anplunged d
plunged toward the children huddled huddleda in ina Ina n
a corner of the room By a tremendous tremendouseffort tremendeUseffort S
effort e the teacher again seized lad the dog dogand dogand do doand A
and though thou h it hit him hi repeatedly man managed manapd ¬
aged to drag clra it to the dOor cI door and titro throw throwit w I
it t out outMost outXCNtt outMost
Most men would hare have been n satisfied satisfiedwith attaftedWith earls fled
with this but > ut Green did not feel t the that thathe thathe
he had done his full duty Other chil children children ¬
dren passing pu along < the t G highway might mightbe mightbe
be in danger from the Green
dog went wentto wo nt I Ito
to a nearby house bo secured < a shotgun shotgunand sbotgunand n
and pursued pur the th animal which w lch w was wasrunning 1VUrunnlngwwn ss
running runnlngwwn gown the road until he over overtook overk p ¬
took k and killed Jc Je l It it i Then he had his hiswounds hi hiW01lnda hlwounds 8
wounds treated by a local surgeon and andlater andlater
later went to New York for ft r treatment treatmentat nt
at a Pasteur institute instituteIf ln tltute tltuteIt
It ever a man deserved c1e rved to escape escapefrom eeeapefrom seta Pe
from the most t fearful disease d known knownto n
to medical science hydrophobia hydro hoWa Green Greendeserves Greende n
deserves ervetl to escape e The man eIther deliberately dell eItheratey ¬
ately wrestled wre Ued with death and frightful frightfulagony frightfuln7 ul
agony n7 to save V his blafterck fleck He rose to his hisresponsibilities 11 11reepoJUdbWtJea le
responsibilities like a man and an anAmerican anAmerIcan n
American A dispatch patch says y Green is isthe i ithe
the th e hero of the county In which his htaschool hJtIIIIChool ihis
school Is located He Is entitled to all allhonors aUhonors a ahonors 11 I
honors that can he paid him himThe htmII
o II IIThe e
The attention of Chairman Dick of ofthe otUte
the Ohio Republican committee to > s re repectfully re retruUy
pectfully truUy directed to the fact that the theMassachusetts theRepab1IC1t
Massachusetts Republican convention conventionhas eoItTutloRbaa a
has just declared in favor of tariff re revision Te r t
vision By the way Dick to the thewho man manwho maaWho
who recently by way of shielding JeWlac Sea Senator Seator
ator atornslna iI anna from a proposed debate debatewith debateWith deba to
with the Democratic nominee for ae aeator s llen llenatorfrtrn n na
ator a torfrom from Ohio attempted to point potJlt out outsome OlltIOIDe ot yt t
some alleged differences of opinion opinionamong opinionaDlone opln oplnamong on
among the Democrats Democrats oeraw Before he h hthe hears hearsthe hearthe ears
the last of that business bUldDS Dick will prob probably pJOlabI7 p pably ¬
ably be sorry 7 he didnt permitClarke permit Jtfr JtfrClarke arClarke r
Clarke to toeat eat Senator Hanna HannaThe HannaThe
The death of T B ORelUey one oneSalt of ofSalt
Salt Lakes Lake pioneer Ion r merchants which whichwas wh whwas hlcb hlcba kh 1
was a announced in yesterdays Herald Heraldwfl1 Hera d
will cause regret in a wide circle of MOReilleys Mr MrOReilleys M MORellJey t
OReilleys acquaintances In a quiet qU1 quidnodtst t trllod
modest rllod t way Mr ORellley ORelUe transact transacted transactedhis tranaaetedhis i
his business and In the doing of it he hevon 1MWon
von for himself many friends He was wasa w wa sta
a good citiseti in every sense e of the theexpression Di Diexpression stae e
expression and Salt Lake loses heavily heavl heavtby ly y
by b his parsing parsingIt paJ ing
IS ISIt
It begins to look as It Messrs M G Grout Groatand Groutand rout
and Pomes Folft of New York will be
com compelled compelted co copelted m ¬
pelted to choose between Tammany Ta Dlllala7 and andthe andthe at d
the alleged reformers As they have1 have1had hfthad ha q e
had experience with the reformers refonoerSit refonoerSitIs it itis
is entirely entlrel probable that Grout and andFornes and andFornes at atFormes
Fornes will w fpfcp ether this year y yTamaNiny vflti vfltiTammany lIJf
Tammany TammanyStill
II II
Still there will IH be plentyof plenty of time for toreverybody
everybody to see the state fair Every EveryIndication Eve rY
indication points poln ts to clear weather f for or
the he first three days day of this thl week and the theattendanoe t IC
attendance should be large largeStern largeII
II IIStfTn
Stern justice Is to be meted out to tothe totbe
the Stern who ischarged with compile compUc ci
> cc
F c xc
tj t in n the postal o8tal5I frauds 8 and a who fled I1 dQ tg q
C Cariada Canadawhen when the fife exposures eipoeures began It Ithas Ithas
hi has just been decided that Mr Stern Sternmust Sternmust Sternmust
n must be returned to Washington Wa bington The TheStern TheStern TitsStern
3 Stern chase cba in this instance has not notbeen no nobeeJ
b been a particularly long l n one oneWhat oneWhat oneo oneWhat
o
What hope la there for an unenlight unenlightened unenlightened unenlightened ¬
ei ened community wh when n a center of oClearning ofJearnln oflearning
lc Jearnln learning like Oxford 0 can be the theeat theeeat rileseat
seat eat of > stKfe ak violence as was wa8wltft wa8wltftthere witnessed witnessedthere wltnesredthen
there Thursday nur cl < 7 night nightCACHE nightACHE r ra rCACHE
a
CACHE C COUNTY FUNDS FUNDSTaxpayer FUNDSTaxpajer FUNDSTaxPaytrTells
TaxPaytrTells Taxpayer Tells Remarkable Story Storyof Storyof
of Wa Way Motleys none s Are Handied Han Handled Handled ¬
dled There ThereTo
To The Salt Lake Herald
My boils is in Salt Lake but I am aIRtaxpayer a ataxpayer ataxpayer
taxpayer te Logan 1 u City and in Cache Cachecounty Cae Caecountya CatbOcount
county countya count a m mill n taxpayer taxpayerlic at that Nott NottIm No NoIm o oIm
Im not not sayhjv k rlIaIr any y ytaxpayer public lic officer in + n that thatcounty t tcount startunty
county co unty ty is r oisfiotteat c a e MM some of thei thel thoufings l lUti tff
thine Uti thIn ings ingsty that one wotiJa xors it expect pect dishonest dishonestmen dl die dieca hoCM 8tJIHm
men In ca to no At any rate rateapPose suppose wppo e we Wehow stalleowing make makeshowing
showing sh how owing to the taxpayer Mao growls aatf aatfgrunts a aam asdgrunts
grunts am and then pays everything but at attention atteI1u at attention ¬
tention to the public business businessIn bu businessIn 1netIL 1netILIn
In Logan the propertyowner is paying
interest to a favored financial msuumon msuumonon
on a substantial tIaI sum of money and at ath a ahigh ahigh
high h h rate while in the same bank a acon aconaiMerablo con coniwerabte concraW
iwerabte craW fund belonging te the public publicwhich pUblich publichich
which w hich h is paying this interest is i on de deP de det der
P < U t and net receives no interest in r re reIt rahero ten tenThere
There hero It Is a a difference dUt nce in the name of r tb tbfunds the thet theteteCt
funds t that hlle is all allbut but one account cco ut pays paysinterest pay
interest teteCt while i l + hlle the t other draws hcne ncftetne pave tne
financial llrtanc ial institution filetIts i propels ansold and the thettft taX Ufitpayer
payer As groans and PaY8Q pays or ie sold out outAs 1 1Aa
As a favor to this financial Institution instUuUpnttB institu oa oatile
Ole treawims t t bond Is fixed at IOM 1U 1Utime WW
White WM le lethe at the t time the bend was llxed IIxtdthe
the city treasury > y was said to contain
6000 000 What good is that bond and whatetflclal what whatofficial
official dare e defend such a proceeding
Time and again C8 the subject sub I aft trees treescalled bSit bSitcalled tie R Rcall8d
called to the attention of o the city clt coun counter council council
cil but their e del defense b bpaying tbat the toe last t
ter does not ot concern n rn them themn I
Jo J o an n pity l is paying ng the the state sta of L Lonth Utah UtJIitonth I InUMpejr
nUMpejr Month monthSseued onth Ihteres Iht on the ie elecU electHI electHIIht eleC eleCslelet I
slelet Iht boM behde behdemonthSseued IMued W b L CitY tnrtdt tnrtdtrecelve but it itr
recelve r elv es uln ing from the money it Iton 1 1on liii liiion
on deposit d t in it a local bank and an the tRa Uae Uaepayer
payer tthe just growls and nd peps pays and reJotcee reJotceeat
at a t the succewj 8U of his a party pepsI I dt dtoald did dj Y Well
I = should h oald say so soThe son
The funds of Cache county are handled baDdWte
in the same charmln ehumnaly ljr cavalier matt mattnet maneetthe
net n etthe the te r institution in which fuc r they arede aredeposited ar are de deosited
np
posited p paying no interest t thereon n But BatI a aItolttical a1wUUca1
Itolttical I > debt is being met thereby thereb and andstill a
still ull this as a of o a taxpayer taxpayerwJ1 will do dout nof
j but coulreve b ut groan gt psnand n and pay taxes tas That int intcould Intcoulreve Inscould
i could have been had on these f uuds am silln
in i n a position to know but the official officialcompany offictalcomPany officialcompany
company was deaf to the welfare of oCt oCtq the t ttax
taxpayers q ayers a ere so long as the th interest or t tHe tHeMnk
bank was was satisfactory
Logan school district te laon payhis PQ interfpt interfpton iD iDon
on a bonded indebtedness of o IKSOO to H Hyet
000 yet it t carries without recdvii recdviifinancial receiving one
dollars interest in retain lame au tttisFs tttisFsmoney at atmoney
money on the bOoks of the afor
financial institution and on which the In Institution ¬
stitution is receiving a goMen return returnwhile t eturnwhile lUid lUidwhile
while the taxpayer still groans and pays
Bonds of the district dl trlct could have fcr fcrpurchased Hen Henpurchased bosspurchased
purchased at a slight premium with withsurplus tit tity e esurplus
surplus y money but ehtd that htd would t have naved
the citisei and offended e the = fmanelal Jf JfsUluUon in institution ¬
stitution and as between theee two it te tethe Isthe 1sthe
the duty of members of the school hosed
to share the noble sentiment uttered by a aanderblltt
Vanderbilt who laconically remarked
uThe The public be damned damnedTli damn damnTIM damnedThe
Tli TIM spirit of easy virtue anent the
handling of public funds which pervades pervadesnatural
Loan City Ca Cache he Ountv I Is besting Ua Ualatural itsnatural
natural and nd in inevitable vitabl fruit as to to Me MeHen hoseen I Ien
Hen en in the methods employed by tr trurers u uu Densur
u urers ur rs in the smallectowns and school schooltffcts 1I1t schoolifleta
tffcts Mark you I do not speak of ofa 6ta
a as I dont know all and because 1 I Iam Iamsure ani aniaure
sure the method employed by a few f fDentlned testnnflned is I Iwnfined
wnfined to a few but this sort of otmicrobe a amicrobe
microbe has moet m t astounding fertility and
if something Is not done the pest w KM KMgrow 111 111Tow li ligrow
grow until th there r will b IH a heap of trobWe trobWeon trob trobon
on the minds of bondsmen and the tax taxpayer taxpayer tatrpayer ¬
payer wit have a few more gryatts to ttt 1
tel telli0I i
For example example In a small towns tow J JLogan
Logan the treasurers near relative relativewas relativeWU relativewan
was also his sole bondsman or w
have been bee had the bond bon l been n execute
properly wanted to borrow gone money
to finish paying for a large residence He
was having built He uttered eft the U
urer his relative S r per cent centr centper cent > r
UK 1 r the use of the k loon > ol funds fundsmeat ru rumeDt
meat being that if the money It
Itect tajthe In t tlfp bank It WOM WOMt wowN
1iat t per per cent centpaBeia per auPum ap um wbU4b w e wou wouVo
Vo 8 per cent t Being B lng Interested ittte in t twelfare telfare twelfare
welfare elfare of his bondsman bondsman bon4 man and relative t the
treasurer was quickened with understand understandug ¬
ing l ug and a Hade e the loan Th The thin thiDout thinout
out howeT howe heweyer < r and the near nM relabondsmen reaatfre isle e JUt
the money back In the treasury and
bondsmen forthwith became necessary
The y a indignation of o U to e trustees at the theret
treasurers tresau ret a course would have keen > < aa0
compensation c COmpensa mpenllAtton loon had the worst ot happened happen
In another small burg the trees treasurer
was under obligations political to a
trustee The funds of the burg bur were ne la 1
bank which we will designate de as s A Tne
trustee tru t because JHcau e of the obligation to Mm hf j
of the treasurer had the account tfi tPs
f terred erred to another bank B for the t
pose of designation and from bank Bf r
the trustee secured a consldNnmble Isa lead
because of his good J JTh office la haYlnt harm t
treasurer transfer the aCCOUnt fr I bani tr
U
A Th The treasurer tNa 1lrer himself hfm ett however
needed aid He owed a note which ytei
secured by a mortgage and which w4b
approaching maturity maturityat at another bank
C In order to secure a long Uttte U tt e eIf
tenslon at a low rate of intee interest t eet t the
treasurer withdrew the funds from M m ltaa Malt saftfeII <
B after tbex had d been there for
many as three furl II days and deposited
them with bank C where they are u
still Thus all tt Ings work to advant VIIt ¬
age for him of the thrifty and not over
scruplouB sera oue mind The friendly trustee thJlleet not
his loan from bank B by having havMfUit hav thai
public funds taken from bank A Awhen I
by the same act the treasurer pa pays h18
antipolitical debt to the trusttt TbeR T
when all this has been satisfactorily at t ¬
tended to the treasurer urer r renews his It wan
gets ts a lower rate of interest secures a
ssgets satisfaction time In which to settle ute It a and
In return therefor ther for merely rel takes the pub U ¬
lie funds from bank B and deposit depot
them in bank C Of course the bank belt k
officials are spotless poUe and the treasurer
is ieaekercising exercising ejc rcitring his hi rights What did h he
want t office for anyway anywayt anywayRave
Have ci cltlen a of Cache Ca he county forgotten fOrgo
the t burden ens certain bondsmen boft
men are son sondifference
erln bearing eau b e one treasurer forpt
difference between private and BnhnV
funds
fundaA
A TAXPAYING GRbANBrU GRbANBrUI
The thur Law LawTo
To The TheSalt Salt Lake Herald
Please 1etuIe state in your Sunday Setn edT
whether the miners of the state state of Cf u
did or did not subscribe to help the at t
torneys to uphold tbe eighthour law
Also inform me if the representative r
from Juafo county was in favor of the
eighthour law or not front fronIlts its h hwepfilM w
or let me know if he did not vote to have Ile
the bill tabled A SUBSCRIBER
Eureka Oct OctAn 2 2Answer is
Answer An AnswerFirstThere werFlrstThre First There w were re collections I
made from the miners of Park City and 4
Mercur and the smelternten of Murray ur
and Sandy Sand The cost t of carrying the tb case
to the TTnited States supreme court a W was1 wal
rt500 Of this amount IBM was w wsedo donated
by Murphy Ilk Pence atto attorneys qey e 1600 was
donated by the Western keeternFederation e tern Federation tlon o of
Miners Jne and 750 i 0 0 by the AIDe11 American Feder Federation F Fatlon ¬
ation of Labor The balance Was at sub ¬
scribed dbed bed by organised labor throughout <
1 Yr United iA i Stelae U te4J and by voluntary con
bUtiOftlll The co cost t of the th primary qass
before the Utah t tali supreme coats was borne bOr
by collections made from the t ntifwnr Dllra of
Park City Mercer Ker ur and Eureka Eureffa1Jae Eu the eel e
ten ter from Murray and Sandy and from fro
the Utah fah Federation F eraUon of Labor LaborndThe
SecondThe Second ndThe The representative from rro Juab Juabirted Juabftpperted Jas Jassappefled
ftpperted irted the bill There were but butvota ten tenrecorded
vote recorded against ulna It In t tne theho thehoas ho bouse
as follow Andrus Bernheisel B mheJ rahefael el and andsnore feif I IIfWlOn
jruson Smoot snore of Salt Lake Lak Morrison oon MansfeM Jlan a rest eJcL
Siaoot Sorensen and and Thompson Thompsona of of Mill Millard lUllard Millstd
ard Denny and Clark ClarkShop CJarkShop
tt + + 4tttt + + + + + tt + + + tt + + + t + + +
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+ Shop Talks Ta1 on Advertising AdvertisingLook +
+ + Look over O er the advertising today
+ and note the successful business b1J8ineawho men menwho menwho l F
+ who patronise the columns of THE TK
+ HERALD They ey appear here hecause i + s
4 cause they are satisfied with the re resuits
t + suits which our large circulation clrCUIa Uo n
+ brings them Better moke malt up your te1 4
+ mind mi Mr Merchant Merctaad and cell 111 r mtl mtladvertIlllng r radvertising k
4 advertiiiing man manJUD Phone JUD +
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Philadelphia Press PressCussiUy Pr Prepta 1 1C
C ta CussiUy hlht What riot do they tll < charge far fara r
a house e bike yours yoQ1II1Ca yourstaaevAivinteen
Casev taaevAivinteen ajvinteen dollars dollarsesas dollarscAdMy dollarscaawIdybly
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our OUf our rooods oods reliable but our ourgoods oqrgoods ourgods
goods th that tll1ak0 make our our namevpe namevpejfUR nam name namehable 6 6Jiabl
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I to the public one week it has haspleased hasple haspleased
> pleased ple sed most people and we liavire havereceived have haveireeeived
ire ireeeived ived a proper p oper proportion of ofcompliments ofmpliments ofcompliments
compliments and congratulations on onits on onits rt rtits >
its beauty and practicability practicabilityAs practic bility bilityi
i > As predicted by us USt the people peoplefeel peJpleJ peoplefeel
J = feel el a personal pride in our estab establishment es a alishment ¬
lishment and this alone aloneassures assures us usstill ussillI
< 1t still st i IL greater success for our ruturFor future futurei futureFor futureFor
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For a store to best serve its patrons pat patrons p t trims ¬
> rims rons it must must be financially a success successr suctessrfo suC sf sfP
r P = rfo to its owners and nd to be this it ifmusl ifmuslf1 musthav2 must musthave
f1 = Jt have ve the most valued of all assets assetsthe assetstfheconfidence assets assetsthe
> tfheconfidence the confidence of the people peopleIt
It is our o r purpose to convince all allthe antbe allthe
the people that Leysons is a jewelrysure jewelry jewelrystore iewel y yi
1 store built for the masses m ss2s in whichevery which whichevery i
every individual taste and fancy is isconsidered ispnsidered isI
I considered in making our selec selections selecH9ns selectons ¬
tons tions of stock and every right of thepurchaser the thepurchaser thepurchaser
> purchaser is recognized recognizedye
L fe ye sell goods at7 at one price to all alland alln alland
and n < jnatk mark every article in plain plainfigures plainfig plainfigures
fig figures res thus dealing justice to t every everybuyer everyGuyer
fr buyer and ls establishing blishing a like purchasing purv purvchasing pur purrt <
rt 1 < chasing poWeffOr p per Terfptevery to for L every mans mans dollarThe dollar dollarThe dollarThi
The most elegantly furnished furnishedstores furnishedf furnishedstores
f stor stores in our country are the greatstor great greatstores grewstoreymade
stores stor storeymade made lT ade great because of towpric low lowpric lowpric
pric pricmaking s c making it it possible to sell sellgreat sellgreatq sellteat
great greatq teat quantities antities of goods while com competitofs co cor cornpetitors
r petitofs petit rs are ar satisfied atisfiedwith with few v sales salesat salesy
y 7 it at t big big profits and a mediocre reputation repu repuf repu rzputation ¬ =
t tation tationWe tatJont tatJontm tationWe f
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tm We are re n not t mediocre we copy copysuccessful c copyu py pysuccessful
u 1 successful merchants and wilfe secand sec second seeond ¬
ond to o none in giving our patrons patronsgoods patronsgpod patronsgoods
goods in sufficient sufficientquantities quantities to enable en enable enable ¬
able us to buy and sell s Il the lowest lowestsell lowestOn lowestOsi
On Monday OctOber 5th we will williell willsall
iell sell a quantity of handsome Ster Stetling SterThese SterIing
ling Silver Deposit Perfume Bottles Bottlesat
at 125 each eachThese eachThese
These bottles are handsomely handsomelydecorated hands handsomelydecorated mely melydecorated
decorated with sterling sterlingsilver silver filagree filagreework fil iiPagreec 1gree 1greeork
c work ork on white crystal cr st I and d sell n else elseWhere elseWhere elsewhere
Where a dt 200 200We 200We r
We invite visitors to our store at atsall atU atall i
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overlooking the he most meetarticle i > uecelsthl uecelsthlarticle ttccessfnt ttccessfntarticle
article in the toilet line Pricei Pricei25c hl Psid5c i i5c
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P THAT ETERNAL flf NAl ITCHING ITCHINGfor
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5 i Scaley Head Poison Oak Kc 1 1BeIDa Ecaema
I zema or any Skin Disease that thatcant thatcant t j
cant be cured red with Dr Zifgs
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Our closing out wall paper sale salelast sale18t salelast
last week was a decided success auceeseHundreds successHundreds 8UCCtStHundreds
Hundreds were delighted with the thegreat thecreat thegreat
great variety vartet of designs shown anUbest IlD IlDbeat and andbeet
best of all teSACRIFICE the theSACRIFICE UteSACItIFICE
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SACRIFICE PRICES PRICESQuoted PRICESQuoted PRICESouoted
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wall paper department resulted re inmany in inmany 1nman
many man satisfied patrons patronsPRICES patroJUlPRICES patronsPRICL3
PRICES FOR THIS WEEK WEEKAll WEEKAn WEEKA1
All 50c papers to go at lie 75eAll 3S 3SAll lieAU
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low lowAmerican lowAt11 lowAmerican
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