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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, February 08, 1904, Last Edition, Image 4

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I WELLS WELLON ON POLITICS POLITICSOTBRNOR POLITICSGOVDtNOR POLITICSJ
J OTBRNOR TffeLLS baa been talk talkto talkto talkJ
GOVDtNOR
J to LIt to the city an aDd county public8CIIoot publicaheet public publicachoot
achoot superintendent siiperthteu enta enta of the state stateon stateon tateOR
on the ajOfoJect abJct t of poMdcs poftd He declared declaredhla dedaredilia declaredg
hla g belief that Every pa patriot 1 t81aould t81aouldJlQl should shouldhe shouldho
he a politician JlQl UcIan aDd every politician a apatriot aBe apptrot
patriot He also went on eu record as assaysse asiay I
saysse iay 7IIIK Frjends take ke this Uiis question questionto
to heart s see that the chUdrea under uJder indecyr underyo i
yo yr r cere re an em taught to love clean cleanami cIeaj cIeajpure cleanmid
mid pure politics fG1itic tlcs so that tlu t they may be bevetArt bea beueefsl
vetArt a to the advancement of society societyami sOCietyue1fare societythelfre
ami the ue1fare wtettare of their country countryFhe c3VDtryaev ematrych
ch Fhe ejovsroor aev ought to know what he heis hea heis
is talking about when IMD he altKllJ discusses the thesVbJeet theJeet
sVbJeet Jeet of peMttes He e has been b ett hi titalmoet Iatp hidsBifcs I
dsBifcs tp almoet ever since he has hu been beenout beenGIlt beenout
out of pf pinafore nafores aad a Jauaa number of ofMere ofee I
Mere ee r tew t distinguished gentlemen gentlemenfa ent1eJ ea eaIe
fa bis party ft are wondering when he hewtt hetie hew
wtt w tie ae wt wMttttsr to let go o for a young 7OUI1Cor youngmeji
meji u Qerereor UU or VeDa baa made politics poUUcsyejr pOIIUcaea politicspsi
yejr Mrty welL Kte Ls first effort t at atpurification ato atpplfi1o
purification o of politics was bin accept acceptance aCC acceptee ptaaee ¬
ance ee of a position tien in the office of the thedty thecSt thecity
city cSt tax collector collector2Voa ectorUaat cailectorJ1vOthat
2Voa J1vOthat that place pIa he was advanced te tetie titd totbs
tie city recordership mddp wMeh he held heldfor held4rtIJtee heldfi
fi for 4rtIJtee thtee terms and whIch he heJIeId would wouldhave kould kouldlebeld
have lebeld held longer It the people had not notwted notftIted notvted
wted to retire aim when he came be beCere beue11a e ethem
Cere them for the fourth time Utah Utahbjts U Utahws h h1IeeB
bjts been a state since 1S 1 S and for fordhbt torUN foreht
+ dhbt yfMS since UN Ib 18M Heber M 1 Wdlls WdllsMsir W WilIsI lls llsMiJ4uJ
I MiJ4uJ h Msir H BWsVBnsM Mert iM evt has s it that thatp
r i ea p it esinalnti ng te nm for governor governorI i iitiisto J Ji
i itiisto I tMa l yea y eAwoich 3iiaiCII would indicate indkat4at indlctetbat j jthat
that t ft Geremor G Teruol Wells has anything to totay toayalle8t tolay
lay ayalle8t about it the state w will ll have no other othert othrIONlDor obcrIoYeanQr
t IONlDor overnor as lone a as he is alive Uve and welL welLOf welLOf wellOf
Of eurae OovrnorWelto Ooftrno Wel is in int peji Pltt
t ics cj purely from roni patriotic motives He H HHr je jeir1 i iFcrriss
Hr ir1 Fcrriss his elate because iy o > other man mane tQanadanc manpuudvance
< e puudvance f advance it quite as rapidly as he heUifc heJ belVlncidentaUy
J lVlncidentaUy Uifc incidentally Governor Wells draws drawslto drawsI
lto 1 I salary lary with clocklifce regularity regularityf regularityTai
f Tai esntbe the th ° public treasury > D nd once he hev hero
v fttft t EO far In the interest of purer purerloUttcs puretoics puer1sUuics
loUttcs ics aa to t demand and receive an aiii anof
i ttikjase cot of salary ewrta during the t term for forfhjfh toc1rtllth iorhe
fhjfh he was waseIaded waseIadediiJ elected electedUTAHS edsdV edsdUTAHS
V iiJ iiJUTAHS
UTAHS FAIR FAIRXHrnIT FAIRXHrnITNoUccEMEltT EXHIBIT EXHIBITN EXHIBITiOlXCEKENT
N iOlXCEKENT NOU > CEMEKT IS I MADE that thati thathe ttatI
i V t he Utah exhibit at the St Louis LouisA LoufJ5ltiou LoulrDxx3ItiOl1
Dxx3ItiOl1 A position J5ltiou will be In place plac not a uao uaotneU metnt 0 0tll1t
tnt later thfta April 20 The build buildlig buUdhg buildIg
lig erected tar 1 the state to now pine iCLeaHy pineV praclioally
V lioally t ready re dy Tor the InstallatIon of ofsuoh ofMIdi ofsuli
MIdi furniture and equipment as may mPYbe maybe TDrybe
be considered ktfte4 necessary This ls true etructure struet truet
ture t UI re is to t be a home and a meeting meetingVJace meeUntace Meetingwe
I
VJace we for citizens of Utah who will visit visitl
l 1e > e expositieo u and no pains pal or expense expensefliculd expell8eICUlct expenseeiouid
fliculd ICUlct be spared ed in making m it as at attractive att attractlve ¬
tractive t as poaeiblej poaeiblejAn PCIAIb1efAn V VAn
An outline ef r the cliff th work 0 thus us far ac acjtnpltoh 3CJU1 ticutnpII6hed
< jtnpltoh JU1 llehe4 < i indicates tstea that tllatti1e the mining miningi mlnh mlnhxhibtt uiIn1ni
i zhibit is to be he tbe chief feature Gi f UM UMl Wetala >
l tab display Every E ry mining district in intn illiW inz
z tn iW < state to to t be represented by ape spet apee
t mens of o oea and mineral mID ral and we e are aretold arelatd aretold
told that the exhibit generally generally consid considered considd considred ¬
ered red d will be the handsomest hand omest thing of ofhe ofhe ofhe
he kind e sear f rut together in the thei thenited
i nited States Bs MIlt t the mtninf DiD feature featureA ture tureIII
A ill 11 not b be Utahs Uta only bid for public publict
t tiWMit Ii
WMit hih t IB s tru true that Uah i t tt t
known as a raining mlni1g gate ste our agricul agricultural agricultural agricultural ¬
tural aid manufacturing m8nufae lring interests are arecertainly arerta1nly arecertainly
certainly deserving of repree epret3ehtatIeL epret3ehtatIeLPrtleu eettatattett eettatattettPartJcu ita iL iLthat
PartJcu t M t1tfi1ruerlK tIt1 frnof s1cuIture s1cuIturethat ultare ultarethat
that has ben be n made possible po ble by irr Irri9 Irri9tion trrtation i ition
tion Utahs demonstration of the thealue tlteaJue thevalue
value of Irrigation irrl ratkm can easily be made madeone madeODe madeone
one of the attractive feata fatie et the ex exPosUtosj eXtuoa expostkm
PosUtosj > tuoa Tbs Ig b show will attract attracthands attracthundm tt t thu
hands hu of tlMWsfnds ojt oJJI9OIIe o feofie p oe who whohave whonve whohi
have nve hi only the crudest notion noti n as 110 to whatirrieration hatirrjptIen what whitirrigation
irrigation means meansIt meaMI meansV meansIt V
It I should be our ourfu duty to toas tggpk t them themas theaas
as far as we e may that isTirrieaUoiL isTirrieaUoiLnes balniptloAtta in frzigatkst frzigatksthcs
nes the tta sa eafiMioa Vation OR of the t theixIdud e arWaad zN tBd semi semiarid eJIi1arid sendarid
arid west In their pmjJeV ppijE r season we wecan wecall wecan
can boW sampta am eamJ JC fr rfi t Of all 11 kinds kindscereate klJldacereals kIdceresic
cereals uimpsoflt nurasnio ft t ve VegtbI iabl bl aid other otherinrodaotc otWrrod otherroduetu
inrodaotc rod of o O soil j a > osttld ea 14 not noth u u1Ieeia nothve
h hve re beet see cottesi afct qf qtOft thasoil except exceptby e eby exceptby
by tertgtfo hslga Cm W t iftf results re Ks of a asuitable anltalJle asuitable
suitable Irrtgftdstidicp farlgfttton display wity 11J 11 be to towipe towipe towipe
wipe out the th last Ias vestige of the dwin dwindlinfflf dwlndUng win windlitt
dlinfflf dUng 1potlsa osttlm to nattonal aid for ir irRAILWAY ireo Iirtoafto
rtoafto rtoaftoV
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RAILWAY RAILWAYACCID ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTSISCUSSING ACCIDENTSD liTS liTSD
D ISCUSSING l1bB1NG Raltway nray Accidents in litthe illV inJ
V J the United States aDd Europe urope ana anffPrevention andPrevention I IPreveati
Prevention ef Railway r AccMeAts ta SIa SIaTktLJi SIasi a aaoii
aoii si rrtssiOiMsii iat f Ohf CWeag s Jmdg ids that thatthe thattake thatt
the t sJ way w emnjoyes take too many manychances maD7cIaI1oea inan7chanoes
chances and thajfthey tha th4 they are not so o muck mudtto
to blame for taking them a M their su superiors BUperien asperlara ¬
periors are for permitting g them the to take takechances takeCbaDOOs takechances
chances The demand for better traia traiaservice traiafor trainservice
service for faster ta train schedules Is toincessant Isincessant
incessant nt and t Insistent ent Ena Employes Yes are arecompelled areoipeUed i icompelled
compelled to disregard regulations aUoua or orthey orthey
they they would often oft be dfeotissed dft1d for loa inability loabtlity isability ¬
bility to keep their tbe r trams on time timeMr timeMr timeMr
Mr Thompson en believes beUevesthe the best phys physical phsleal physlest ¬
lest method of pseventlna railroad ac accidents accidents
cidents with ith special reference to col collinens collllicntl collirions
linens is to < o increase Use double track trackmileage tra tracki1eage < k ki1eage
i1eage Next ext t ie this he places the theWeek theWck theWcck
Week system And M s adds But no nopbvifcal nopby nopb4leal
pbvifcal pby fcal or meehaaieal nIe nieehaV Icat contrivance can canprotect canJ canprtect
protect J tect s f ch a system of transportation transportationas
as the th American Amertcal1 people pee demand deIna from fxoMthe t ttbe
the direful effeetc eft et of human b negligence negligenceand Jt llgeoce llgeoceand
and incompetance bcompe Dtacig ilse4 sje carrietf carrlelto carr1 carr1to i ito
to the point where obedience o to sig signals signals signals ¬
nals is involuntary moat eventual be become become become ¬
come the reliance relJalJOegt of the American AmerteanlRU1 mil milway rl1way
way system When W1t it becomes becomesas
as unheard un eArd of for aa otilcial to pass passover passover j jover
over a a breacli i Of dteelvKn se for an anengineer anengineer anengineer
engineer to pass a danger signal a1 the therational therational therational
rational safety tetf of Amerioth railway railwaytraffic raUaytraffic rallwaytraffic
traffic will be DeIn assured assuredIn
In spite of the thepeat great number of ter terrible terrible Icrrible ¬
rible railway accidents the country DUAtryexperieuced has haaexperienced hasexperienced
experienced during d the last four or ftv ftvmonthe Ave Avemontke livemouths
mouths Mr tr ThomPson gets considera considerable considerable ¬
ble contort out of f a Comparison be between be bet1VeeJI between
tween English and American Am 1can railways railwaysIn rallwayIn
In 1901 not a single passenger wsa wsakilled w wkilled wackilled
killed on a BrlU British ll railway a fact that thathas thatbeen thathas
has been widely Wi commented ee on and andalmost andalmost
t invariably a comparison dis discreclitable diecreditable j jcreditable
creditable to American railways r has buHe baabeen j
been He instituted Mr 1h1 1rjompcason lompson show showsome Ishoww80DIe
some figures guea that iiat put > 1It the tbetr matter in Incll indtfterent a adHferent
dHferent cll < ert light lightHe lIabi lIabiH V
He H takes eleven American riaa railways railwayswith raUwan1rith railwayswith
with a mileage1 mUea mileage1ofnearly e of nearly 1 1 M e miles milesgreater miIeIIreter milesgreater
greater than that of all the British Britishroads Drlthlkroads Bdtlskroads
roads combined On these America Americarailways AD Americanrailways fktUt fktUtratha
railways ratha in ifits not a sl slwaa single passenger passengerwas paimeU paimeUwas
was killed Only Mteen per prone ong ether etherthan et ettban etherthan
than emptoye lost their lives n They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were trespassers tr r The total number numberkili numberkill I Iat
kill cL at crossings cl08Si erus aad aadrn in similar r wan vayswaeSif wanW1I8 wayswss
waeSif W1I8 i and AJIdi til employ wew killed killedOa killedo killedOs
Oa o the EncJteh g1IsiI 11sA xoads IOIi IR Ia1HI 3H1 IK I3 tree trespasfers treao treawere treeju
pasfers ill tgoa9 wrtL isg ofefeera ofefeeraware o oMieswire
ware were killed klHedROCKEFELLERS klneuROCKEFELLERtS V
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V V VROCKEFELLERS
ROCKEFELLERS V GIFTS IFrS
A LL NKBRVSKA NEB SK te In a state ate of ofturmoil
L1 1 turmoil over the question as to towhether toW1aetMr towhether
whether or not the Unlvfrstty of Ne Nebraska NebruIM Nebraska ¬
braska should accept a iMUtdeome h8 do donation do donation donation ¬
nation from John D Rockefeller R etelJer The Theopposition TbeOJ TheopUn
opposition OJ telegraphed 3Usx t1as Ida M MTarbdl r rTarbeQ rTarbdJ
TarbeQ who bag m h become famous for forher torher forher
her series of articles artieleeOD OB the Standard StandardOH
OH mottopoly add its method for an anopinion anopIntoB anopIn1oa
opinion Miss Tariffs reply re wag sea aensfbie 8enable seaethic
able and to the point She he said in inpart Jft inPart
part partIf 1
If Ii the acceptance ce sf f a a gift from John JohnI
D Rockefeller briage wtth it tacit rec recogttition recoisItioa
ogttition of the commercial eeM principles principleswhich ptinclpleJafelt recI
which Jafelt he Jtas employed with more con conspicuous conspicuous ¬
spicuous success 8U than tba any other man manla maltttae
la 1 the country countryIf if it closes the mouth of ofAny ornT ofdm1
Any nT man ma in Nebraska to t 3e corrupUn corruptinginfluence corrupUninft1Hlftee corrupUnInlinasee
influence of these priUcsla princtpi ao greater greatercalamhy yterca1amlty greetercalamity
calamity can befall etaU the TJnrrersity of ofNebraska ofNelmaaka ofNebraska
Nebraska than to accept his money moneyHainan moneyH mooneyHuman
Human H experience seeme eins to tosIIow show that thatthe thatUte thatthe
the receiver of a gift becomes be sooner sooneror ItOOGe1or
or later IaL the apologist of the donor and andhis andhis I
his 1 methods When th there is a penal
bility of such a result jealous regard regardfor regardfor
for the moral mor atmosphere akn pMre of the rasti rastitnt 1UtJtatJon tj tjtton
tnt tatJon on makes the reftwal al of the gift giftan aUttmperatb giftanV
an imperative tmperatb duly dulyJtte duty711e qt
Jtte 1 outcome 011 IJIl t t lii p Nebraska con controversy COIItrovertly controversy ¬
troversy is still 1Il in doubt The gift giftmay giftmay giftmay
may be accepted and it may not And Andthere ADde Andthtre
there e is plenty of room for or argument argumentonttoth argumenton1wth argumentonboth
onttoth sides 8 es of oCtbe the question tue if If f we ail ailstopped aDstoppeJ l1 l1stoppei
stopped to investigate th the pedigree of ofevery ofee17 f fenry
every dollar we raesjlre MId a d rejected rejectedevery Jejeetedevery reetedevery
every one that comes eem to us from soiled soiledhands soiledhands soiledhands
hands a lot of money would < quid go out of ofcirculation ofcltcutatlon ofcltculatlon
circulation ft the XdcKefeller JtO kef Deto case the theQuestion OMcauestion thequestion
Question is TO vnt tfc tM good 0Gd that can canbe candole canbe
be done with wUIIWS his money He of enough enoughvalue eaougvalue easughvalue
value to eovotarbalance aw barIL bar narm the theacceptance theacceptaace theacceptance
acceptance af it might gltt krJ tIaIr 4e 4eMr krJMr
Mr Roek BoeMaIJer C ller does mot Jack oppor opportunities opportunities opportunities ¬
tunities to toCUapoe dispose of hIs wealth if he hecannot 1Iecannot hecannot
cannot bestow tow it in one place placelle lie can canbestow canstow canbestow
bestow stow it in another el The harm his bismoney hismoney hi himoney
money does depends d p d8 very largely on oh the thecharacter tbcbaracter thicharacter
character of th the man or the institu institution Il18tltution inatitution ¬
tion receiving r c iYi it It It can be used wisely wiselyor wi8lel wi8lelor
or unwisely unis h as the recipient wills An Another Anotber Another
other point If If78lllt JoJm D Rockefeller Rockefellershould Rockefellerhould Rockefellershould
should divide his property I by trill trillamong riflamong m mamong
among various educational institutions institutionswould instltuUoD6WOUld Institutionswould
would it bfi wrpAg w wrongIer nct or tham th m to o accept it itafter itafter Itafter
after his death deathIf d th thIf
If not why wh Would ould not acceptance acceptancein
in such case imply an az endorsement of ofthe oft1le ofthe
the methods by which cla the money was wasacquired 1aaaccluire wasaOjUiPd
acquired But Bu w wad it not ot be better betterto
to take the money and andput pm it to good goodu KQ gooduae d dthan
u uae ei than risk rls the possibility of its di diversion diier diverSIon ¬
version ier ion into harmful channels channelsVj4iii cbaaae1sWal channelsWazsiii
Wal Wazsiii Vj4iii l ps s are to be sent to Santo SantoDomingo SantoDGla18P
Domingo to demand lull reparatiou reparatioufor n nfor
for the kilUpr J kl1U of > Iachlnlst Johnson JohnsonYes JoIIuooYes JobassonYes
Yes Yes and if tile UI reparation r ratton to not in instantly iDtantl tnstant1y ¬
stantly tantl forthcoming tort those ttarsMps ttarsMpsfcfcould wursidperould arah1P8shoultl
fcfcould blow blo Santo aotu Domingo off o the themap themia
map mia miaV i iThe IThe
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The man who attempts a lts to lecture on onJapan onJapan onJapan
Japan and Runs RU III will be obliged to totake totake totake
take out jaw insurance Two harder hardercombinations harderJmbinations hardercernbinatiors
combinations never DMet came together togetherAt
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At least one advantage adV vantEe to be derived derivedft derivedfiem
ft ftem cm tbs wajr between Japan and Rus Russia ItaFia Bwrim ¬ I
rim lies in tS fIe fact that well all have havet
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TIle governor aasured aas the tJteteadten teachers teachersUwfct Icachaluthat
that tnere t to no evil ior rtn wfek whtck there thereie Io
ie o ao remedy reJ ed7 Nert NaerlteIs tfi el3 bait will wfllfan willfallout l loat
fan fallout falloutTb out outThe oatThe
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The Tb little matter of OtIIJp1asIU eMmiaans what whatmaso bat batmltlQUerades htmasQuerades
maso masQuerades erades all a a repnMtc lc nnr tin itndet tae taeDAJ thename tftename
name of San Sano jo Bondogo DoIUlD aaBears to tou be beup beup
up u > to us usA usA
WIpeculiarittJn V
A peculiarity peculiarittJn in the t e reports from
German Southwest South A Africa Atr1 to that when whena
1 a German Germanla to killed iW1 h to mitr mtll4ered ergd but butwhen butwben butwhen
when a native Da ve h is killed he dies in bat battle batu batt ¬
tle tlej tie u
j tieIt It is bard to understftod ii D why Y Con Congrtscman COl1lHeant Congrnan
grtscman lHeant Hearst who ho hfta h single singlehanded fnglh olngIehanded
handed h d and alone a1 dentaltehdtl demollThuMrede demollThuMredeof e iiaadreds iiaadredsof
of fniqntrous trusts should bClUMt 0014 at this thl Ia Iaelate latedate late latedate
date ask aid Id of the 9vent apjvemment verniient at la the thengfet tb tbft tb tblight
light ft t against monopolies monopoliesle mODO monopoliesThe Olt OltThe
The row with with the raUroft aUr0t4 win have havei havetbe havethe
i tbe effect of making as reuee to be believe be beUeve behere ¬
here Weber Fields are le always good aoodlJau goodhumored i iL
L humored Jau no matter how gaily gall they theyi t tyCaper y ycaper
i caper about aboutThe aboutThe aboutrue
The meeting of the N Nation onal Council Councilof U Uf
of Women at indiasApoitg wfUbe wfUbeInelltb win b r rmeMberred e emeMbered
meMbered Inelltb ftd chiefly from from rQrn tffe tb fact et that thatl thatantIMoramom t
l sntlMotmon teenlatIo fesoi tknfe m were we turned turneddown tnedctoWJ
down o > Thte Th we believe belle f a new rec record reeord ¬
ord <
ordA x
A dispatch from Cslerado CClotdonnounces CClotdonnouncesthe M1 M1tbe Announces Announcestiie
the dtomtosal d of f a tibet suit auifllgatMlt auifllgatMltuw against a anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper Ufor for lack et r a eti evidence evidenceWhile eiee tee teeWhile
While Je the t e dIspatch C doap do not nottile ab o state statethe uttinthe
the reasonable preaumptton preeum 10 that thatthere tDMthere thatthere
there was 5 a lack of evidence J4eR08 of the Ikefalsity j
falsity of the charges made by the thepaper thepaper
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paper paperW paperW V Vwe
W we are advised adi front fi > m Washington Washingtonthat W fligton I
that there has been a Uclutnga chang In senv senvthnent sen sentiment I
thnent in Montevideo New No If we weonly weonly weonly
only knew what the sentiment was and andtbe Andthe andthe
the nature of the change we would feel feelall teeall feelailright
all ailright right rightWlth V V VWith j jWith
With the assurance that at least one ellep1ODlinent oneprominent ne i iprominent
prominent officer of the nattonl DIittoIHLlIMUd guard j
to not n at all U likely to resign re Jg we can canfee eanfee canfeeL
fee feeL reasonably Certain eel181at tat ttts tb Utah Utaho L i
ltttawill o not be beV beRamlet Hamlet with withtleft withHathIet
wWUl
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HathIet Jet tleft left entirely out outWith outWtthaU outWith I
With WtthaU all the court reoorlie reeoir In the theDietrich theDietmicli I
Dietrich case in its ItspOSSetfldon paeseiSBlon that thatsenate tbatcommittee thatsenate
senate committee may Jmljb be b ilb absolutely 1ut I re relied reI reI1ed ¬
lied upon to find out everything the thegeneral tbener thegeser
general geser ner I public vbltc already alreed knows about tbe tbei tbecaae theThe
i case caseThe > V
caaeTIle I
The fact that J Jack dc Huston tfill i1I n um umpire umpire urnpure ¬
pire in I > the Paeinc Coast league Ie tt will willcause willcause willcause
cause some ardent ar Salt Luke fan fans f n to torejoice torejoice torejoice
rejoice that Salt Lake T Jce will I1 not be a amember IImemMr amember
member of that t t organization organizationIndications gani tltlou tltloubldlc8Uons V VIndications
Indications are aft i thatHhe thdt t the the feud f ud season seasonfat se8OI1bt seasonin
fat Breathitt county to about a to open openagain openagain
again againAil againAll
I
Ail lovers of justice via wilt ltsluUe share in the therejoiciag theor therejoicing
rejoicing of that Ogden rooster ro sWldok which whiehhas whichhe I
has been gloriously 1orlousl vindiaated IJ1 te by b the thecommittees theeommfttee
committees finding that th tin tMt tall ll feather featherIn fee UteI
In I question really aUy belonged to the roos rooster reter ¬
ter an the t e time timeEven timeEve timeEveAi
nJQel
Even It Joseph Jo ePhC Chamberlain mbevlnln believed believedin 1te1tee4lit
in June 13W 1 that the BoorSVlvvould not notngkt ot j I
fight we submit that Mr Chamberlain Chamberlainhas j
hag changed his belief beliefOne beUelOne beliefOne
Cbamberlalnl
One Pmancier Pinancier Needed
About twelve years ago Utah was watfvisited walfvt wasvisited
visited by b Frank Melbourne the r t rin rinmaker m mmaker tnJDIIker
maker Just prior to Melbournes Melbournesvtoit MelbourhesviejI Ielbournesvl
vtoit t B R W Sloan had negotiated with withDominic withDOIItinle withV withDouinIe
V Dominic P Tarpe land agent of oCthe oCtheSOuthern ofthe5outhern the theSouthern
Southern Paeinc for 50000 acresr a acr4 of oflaud Itlanel cfland
laud in Cache Ca be county at the rate 0 0per 0 oper C Cper
per acre It is teC necesgarjvfqr carfqr the t e ke keof keof keof
of the story ltor to state that at the ume umeTarpey Jie Jiethat e etha
tha that t w wfli 1 Qe spoken of the l land nd 1tadr hsdiiot hsdiiotbeei ot oteeR
eeR paid for 8lthqughsettJtp1ent vas vasmtde as asmade
made later Tarpey took much4nterest much4nterestin mu t t rest restIn
in Melbourne and thought Melbourne Melbournewas Melbournewas Melbournewan
was the solution of the arid land prob problem 1robem Rrob1cm ¬
lem Up at Kelton where it does not notrain notrain notrain
rain too often Melbourne made an ex experiment experiment e eperimeat ¬
periment under Tarpeys direction Mel Melbourne Melborne lel lelDome ¬
bourne retired alone to an unoccupied unoccupiedcabin unO unoecupledcabin < cupled cupledcabin
cabin on UK top of a hill All the in inhabitants inhabitants Inhabitants ¬
habitants of the region watched the thecabin tketabin thetabln
cabin and were much interested int when whencoiuinn whenLcoIumJl whencoIum
LcoIumJl coiuinn of smokeascended 8mk a cended The next nextmorning Dextmorning nextmorning
morning brought an overcast yercast sky k7 Rain Rainsoon Rainsoon Rainsoon
soon followed and by noon thefrantic thefranticpeople the frantic franticpeupie I Ipeople
people were Wet Wert hnplorlnTarpey imploring Tarpey to call callAlelbourne callidelbourne callMelbourne
Melbourne off before the country wasAeoded was wasflooded wasflooded
flooded out Tarpey was 8 in high h splrita splritaHe 8PlrltJHe splritmIfe
He brought Melbourne to Salt Lakeandkept Lakeandkept Lakeand Lakeandkept
kept him as ubis his guest at the Valker WaU WaIcerNonac ValkerHouse er erIIou
House e for a wetek or t ten n daja Through Throughout ¬ I Iout Iout
out all that period Trp Tarpey y wasfrying wasfryingto was JrJlng JrJlngto rylngto
to buy bu the sorrel but Melbourne e said saidhe saidJte saidhe
he ira81IOt ra Tiot anxious to sell ashe te had hadnegotiation hadnegotJation8 hadnegotiations
negotiation on with the government governmentAt governmnenkt
At kt length Tarpey said aaiduS8Cltere Saiftiere Mel Melbourne 1IellIourneI Melbonnie ¬
bourne I want to get down to business businesson
on this thing one way or other thcr What Whatwill Whatwill What11l1
will you take t1Lkefor for it Set S t some 5o figure figureWell lgureWelllapey agureWellTarpey
Welllapey Well Tarpey replied Melbourne 1I Ibo ne I rwill 1will i iwill
will sell it to you OU for 1 100000 100000uHu 1OOOOOOHum M 0000 0000Hum
uHu Hum said Tarpey rubbing his hair hairI
I havent that much money with me meBut meBut meBut
But Ill tell you if my friend Sloan Sloanwas Slonwas Sloanw
was w here wed take you up Sloan Sloancould Sloancould Stoancould
could not be located Quick enough and andso andso
so Melbourne bore his secret away with withhim withJaD withhim
him
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TIm NEEDED 1iB EDUCATION EDUCATIONTo tucxoiTa
To Tb The Salt Lake Iterald HeraldOur IteraldOur V
Our educators being being in session se 4oJt now it itur Itwould Itwould
would not be am ami to hear WJl t e se of of4I1U ofear
ear ur strongest men menPacific Edward JMnr1ek of ofPaeIUc ofPeIflc
Pacific Qfovc has to say WeaiHiave Ye a adesire adre adesire
desire for a better education edU tIo old and andyoung andyoung andyoung
young but as Collte P Huntington saM saMof 2d 2dof 2dof
of our educational e system It teaches teachesboys teacbeaboys teachesboys
boys to talk instead of teaching them bow bowto bowto howto
to work w rk We have to learn to realise realisethat reatisethat realisethat
that be to beat educated who is most use useful Q8eCui usefial ¬
ful Cui and with President e t Jordan Jor an that Wis Wisdom Vi Vidom Whs4cm ¬
dom i the knowledge JiftOw se of what to best to todo todo todo
do next skill how ho to dolt do ttand and virtue is isthe isdoing isth
the th doing it itIn UIn itIn
In the past we have let pedants ts and ped pedagogue PfdS pedagogues ¬
agogue S tell I us u what was wa a true trueUon educa education edunsdoi ¬
tion They with tth their little Uttlodt stock in intrade intrade intrade
trade of Latin or Greek and aD we like told toldas toldtIIJ toldas
as that the stuff they t y bad to peddle was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the genuine goods So in ear young yoongdays JOUnSa youngdays
days a man was not called edricated e ex except ex extpt oxcept ¬
cept he could throw tb w In an extract t of ofGreek ofGreek ofGreek
Greek or orptfer > offer trer his beacftr beven a fragment racm nt of ofLatin atLattn ofLatin
Latin Now ow w we laugh at such foolish foolishness fooiithnea fooligimfleas ¬
ness an anll 110 deem it conceited pedantry pedantryBat ped ntIy ir7
Bat Bute w we still suffer 8utf r our OU boys and girls rt3 to tobe tobe tobe
be doeed with tbe same mixture under undertbe un4erthe underthe
the pretext that ft W neceemry nec r3 to a aknowledge akAowedae aknowledge
knowledge of our own language 1an ge when at atthe attbe atthe
the same time we Know that the greatest greatestmaster lfIeateatmaster greatestmaster
master oC o English literature th the world worldhas worldhas worldhas
has ever known WllHam Shakespeare Shakespearehad Sha kamespearehad peare pearehad
had little Latin and lea lees Greek GreekIt
It is sale to 0 say sa that a knowledge of ofobsolete ffo ofobsotete
obsolete wore wonIII is a one of ottbe the least useful usefuland usOfuland ful fulaRd
and least necessary things a child can canstudy can5tudy canstudy
study Let us drop from our school schoolcoarse Kbovicoune schoolcourse
coarse this remnant of f mediaeval mum mummery mummerY mumawry ¬
mery which has masked ae a enlighten enlightenment enttsbtentrtoi1t enlightentreat ¬
treat white wh acting actf tut a a aveb veil for < th t test gram gramest grurseat
est ignorance Dont let the children be beeducated beeducted beeducted
educted as slaves fo 0 the1 th superstition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the past Tho Th science of living now de demands demands dcmauds ¬
mands some acquaintance with all sci science ad adonce 1 1eDce ¬
once from A to Z This ueinK ao do not notpermit notpermit notpermit
permit their mittds IDds to b h made what Kip
hag calls perfect rag bags of useless uselessknowledge u ueIe ueIeknowledge leflS leflSknowledfe
knowledgeNow knowledfe knowledge
Now I endorse the remarks oC o Mr Mreational MrBenick MrDerrick
Derrick and believe Ul8tIJlCRe that more use and andless andlees
less ornament In our emtl eational SJl sjmtem sjmtemwould eutemwould tem temOa1d
would be an improvement au U UTake aro1jad aro1jadTake road roadTake
Take for or Instance Il a child havini h having Studied Studiedbotany tvdIedbotaU
botany and entomology iflfhe high senool senoolHe sOhoolHa ooI ooIIe
He can tell what hat elsie of Insect a certain ceda cedatelOlgs
fly belongs to but doesnt know t tMOtS tile < meg megsets
sets t It propagates eat at tb the cabbage te Iatlle IatllehOllae t tborne the thehome
borne garden or o wnat to do to prevent it itThis ItnIl ItThis
This May be called edaoaUoii n run to toweeds towe toweeds
weeds we JOhN JOn P SORBNSEr SORBNSErTo SORaSENPECULIAR
4 4PECULIAR
PECULIAR PAntIOTISM PAntIOTISMTo
To The Salt Lake Herald HeraldBut HeraldI
I have read your our dI daily 11pn paper J e1f for r years yearsand eqsaDd
aDd 1JAW for it to ted and road It with wIlhgreat withgreat
great interest But when < r ttf StekW eked e it ap n nthis
thin morning ramtI end read qovttrjtor Wells Wellsspeech Wellsspeech Wellsspeech
speech wherein be taught the people at atBarratt t
Barratt hall to be benatilow batrlota atiiots it tUm aJnlOlt aJnlOltm alnstnlali > st stmid
mid m J me m fl i1W wear car wa w1kft m Ithink I tliLni of ofreat the thesreat thet
sreat reat t iMiifieUsto ID he e dlsjilaysSL di Iaplael I Y3 when h hplanted Its Itsplanted
planted a > swt 5 ajssdnjc gaIn thjrs tht h te he rep reuresents
resents men ta forae for alt rasraaSe misatery lit salary SOB SOBgreat flltgreat
great rOtoisni rriotlsm did not prevent JftEc tent t him himfrom 1 1from ljhufrom
from jSTTJin lny i nt t tl tH th o state treasury tr ur urfor
for nv TnuT n > r iilury Iary Tit 1 h 1t = all
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GE 6ENIUSANDTOBACCO IUSANn AND T TOBACCO C O I
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tiR > m WALTER RAl RATAS1IGH RATJrnGvil JIGH the pto ptoneer poneer pioI
S I neer of the smoking world was wasa
V V Va a heavy bea K soker oker k r Hto H lti tobacco teb fiO ox oxaII boxwas ox oxwa
wa was aII of cylindrical forni fo ti measuring measuringabout n uurhJgniJout measuringabout
about seven RVeD1ft incites m Jtt diegmotee fftoeter and andthirteen aDdUdrt andthirteen
thirteen Udrt la height The Outside t41IIde was wasof wastot wasof
of gilt leather and an within was a cay cavity CA CAity cayjIg ¬
ity for a receiver of gLe giaa or metal metalwhich metableh metalwhich
tot which bleh would hold oId about a pound J und of oftobacco o otctbacco oftbsceo
tobacco A epee species of collar that con connected eonV eonfaded Q Qaected ¬
faded the receiver ie ei ret with 1tb the ease wad wadpierced WJPietced wauierced
V pierced ierced with holes boo hol for i r r the t reception jereptten on of ofpipes ofof ofa
pipes a of which the th gaLlant BL lant knight poe poaseised poesedsed
seised a huge nomber nUm nomberThe r
rit
it itThe 0The
The great X Nap poi len 3n n could never ne be bebrought bebrought beV bebreught
V brought to ke tobacco It is related relatedthat Tdat Tdatthat relatedV
V that on a erin er ln oerston oe slon the Per Persian Peraian Peraia ¬
sian ambassador amba ssdol presented himwith himwithan him wltb wltban Jth Jthan
an exquisite eIflu te Oriental pipe and the theemperor thee theemperor
emperor e r made heeoic attempts to en enJoy eaJoy enjoy
Joy the smoking process but finally finallyabandoned finallyabanooDec1 finallyabandoned
abandoned the business bu 1ne6B in disgust disgustHere dldtu5tfeTe disgustIieie
Here Is the story recorded by one of ofthe ofcoart ofthe
the court courtFire I IFIre I IFhe
Fire having been brought it only onlyremained onlyrerealaed onlyremained
remained to communicate It to the to tobcco toCO tobacco
bcco CO but could not be effected by the tkemethod themethod themethod
method which his majesty adopted He Hemerely HeJReftI Hemerely
merely opened and shut his mouth mouthrithout mouthiHthout mouthwithout
without attempting to draw in his hisbreath bl blbre9th hisbreLth
breath Q Q the devil he cried at atlength atlength
length h There will be no end to tills tillsbusiness thtsbQ8iness thisbusiness
business I observed to him that he hedM becft4 hefid
dM it halfheartedly and showed him himhow himJt himtOw
how Jt w he ougfit o t to begin Wearied by byhto bykill byhis
kill vain efforts he at last desired d r d me meto mete met
to t Bght the pipe pi I obeyed aad gave it it4O Ito
4O o him But scarcely had he drawn drawnIB
IB a mouthful thanthe than the smoke which whichhe wh1chbeJaaew whichhe
beJaaew he knew not how 0 to t expel turned back backinto backInto backInto
into his palate penetrated peD ted Ms nose noseand noneand
and1lUacJe4 and Minded him As soon as he racer recovered recc racerered ¬
ered e e4 his breath th he roared T Take ake that thataway th thataway t taway
away from me What abomination abominationS a1H > mtDatJon mtDatJona
S S S a O the swine swinemy mY my stomach stomachturns stomachtWD8 stomachturns
turns In fact he felt f lt himself eo eoincommoded eoIntonimocled soInonimoded
incommoded for at least an hour that thathe thathe
he renounced forever the pleasure of ofthe ofthe
the habit which he said was only onl lit litto fitto litto
to amuse sluggard sluggardBhtcher siuggardsBlucher
Blucher an opponent o whose presence presenceat
at Waterloo Napoleon had good ooil cause causeto dlueeto causeto
to remember was on the other oth r Hand Handan
an inveterate smoker and rarely r rely went wentinto wentInto
into action without a pipe or cigar cigarbetween cJ cigarbetween ar
between betweenhl his teeth So huge was his htecollection hilsceUectloR hiscollection
collection of pipes that he actually actuallyhired actuallyhtrect actuallyhired
hired a person to superintend the theheterogeneous thee the1etarogene
heterogeneous e us mass and the pipe mae master m mter maetee ¬
ter Christian Hennemann by name namedischarged named namediacitarged
discharged d arged his duties with a fidelity fidelitythat fidelitybat fidelitythat
that bat approached APPr ehed fanatical zeal z l Be Be BefOle Before l lfore
fore every ever encounter Prince Blucher Blucherusually BlucherusuaIIl
usually usuau ordered a long pipe to be beAiled beAiled i ifilled
Ailed After smoking mokid for a short time timehe timehe timehe
he would hand back the lighted pipe pipeto lipeto llipeto
to Hennemann place himself in the thesaddle theIMIddle thesaddle
saddle draw his saber ber and with the thevigorous th thvlSOtOUB therigorous
vigorous cry Forward my boys boysthrow bo boysthrow rs rsthrow
throw himself lftercely fiercely oh the foe On Onthe Ontlae Onthe
the day of Waterloo at rloo Hennemann had hadjmtft hadt hadlast
last t handed a pipe to Site master m eter when whena
a cannon ball struck the ground oundner near nearso nearso
so that eartl and sand covered Blucher Bluclierand Blucllerand Blucherand
and his gray Y horse The steed teed made madea
a f spring pn to one side and the n new w J pipe pipewu > lpe lpewae V VWas
Was broken before the prince had taken takena
a single puff pulfHuweveJ Howevec the latter lattermerely lattermereiy i V
merely cried Pill another pipe for forme for11M forme
me and keep it lighted for a moment momentuntil moment1IJ1tit momentuntil
until I drive away these French ras rascals TUcals raacale ¬
cals Thereupon there was a rushforward rush rushforward rushtorard
forward but the pursuit tested not notmerely notmerely notmerely
merely a moment but throughout throJ hout the tbewhole thewhole thewhole
whole of that long and memorable day
I
j It io i a J curious eurious1aft fact that JIC c allusionI
I to tobacco t c is to be found foo ct in the works worksof
of Shrftespeare Shrj < espeiare though various of his hiseontenx bist lilaontenboraries
V eontenx ontenboraries t nlHrarie1S > rariee Indtflge r4I1I 1ge in many sal salItea sallice l ln
lice n chiefly at tbe thtecpense expense nse of the late lat I Ily IIy Ily
ly imported t rted weedi w Perhaps the poets poetsaction poetSactioD poetsaction
action in thus ignoring Jk tGrmS tobacco may maybe ma maatAributed mayi
i be attributed to e t1e he fact ct that James Jamesthe Jamesbe Jamesthe
the FJrst with wbomthe bard was a aMh aJtla11 ahigh
Mh favorite fa orlte hsfttd b and loathed Ioti IO1IthbtISW Sir
ACTUAL LESE iss E MAJESTB MAJESTBItapabllcaa IIIAJBTBIcapublicaa
1 1hpubUcan
Itapabllcaa Calls Attention Attention9 to Trea Treaaonabre TreaV Treasonabie I Iaonabre
V aonabre Hfnna Bnna fna Editorial EditorialTo Editori FmtlitorialTo I ITo
To ThV He Salt Lake Lak4Hersk Lak4HersktJ1der Lak Slemld HerM i iUnder V
Under tb tb t IxMditer bssdj Seiiator s atorHanna atorHannaJJJn HennaS Hannasmakeis HennaSTllna
JJJn Tllna ttK rho aflU Thb4I makeS a Jeading Jtll dtAA ed edif editorlaJ edlunial
itorlaJ which mIg mIgT n nOt t be WOrth notlc notlcloe noticlog
log if it was not ttr fjr r tile tbeage amemtios CloA His Jlistnna
tnna IWIJDnaIJ a servk servkea ban beeP OI r far farIneA fargreAter
IneA greAter 8l value t to 41r ir Ot OpIe thait Il Hh tthoec tthoecof
of atYDtJ y one who lI taken bbi M IIf litd JD Ids IdshanI hishands
hands andJOne and gone t toTbettle Oe fO for the jre8e eser eservltoi r i iAftot
Aftot of the CnfcAL Lnl 4 4To 4To
To men Qf HaDaM age 8fet tkroughout the thecountry thecountry theCountry
country this assertion appear ao a ridic ridiculous ridiculous ridicsbus ¬
ulous that all would like t t hear what whatthose whattb08e whatthose
those great services se were oa < 5usi are that thatplace thatplatp thatplace
place Mr Hanna 0 6 tar above th the men menwe men menWe Ihenwe
we have looked up to as being bein great sol soldtera 201die sotdiera
dtera die and aD leaders Id stace ce 6L It is perfectly perfectlyplain perfectiyIJain perfectly14a1n
plain to the average av ge Jlepublican that tbe tbeobject tbeobject theobject
object in th the edltmal was to get t in on onthe onthe onthe
the ground ound floor in case Mr H Hanna HannabouM Hanflashould nna nnaresidency
should securetht secure the nomination for the thepresidettC thepres
residency pres dency and we may ma regard his ef effort effort ofTort ¬
fort 86 e the f 1IrMt r t gun gunIn In Utah at toast toastin 1ePtIn leastIn
in Senator Hennas campaign ctU palga for the thenomination theno thenomination
no nomination or of his friends to capture capturetbe capturetbe capturetoe
tbe convention conventionIt
It wont work out for the reason rea n that thatit
it is the great body of the people ple of the thecountry thec thecOuntry
c country uDfJy who ho are demanding the nomina nomination nominaUou ¬
tion tot Roosevelt Roo e eltin in the interest of good soodgovernment goodgovernment
government nt and aadoAny any pushing p htD of Mr MrHaas Mran MrNapes
Haas fiOVtI1UD Napes an new n < f wja JI be out of time and will willbe wlUbe willbe
be the greatest boost the Democratic Democraticparty DemocraticpartY I
party could r reeeive c iye from th the hands of a afaction ataction afaction
faction of the U Resutolican party
Before pushing pu blnr the Hanna movement movementforward
forward this thi faction should pause for a amoment amot amoment
moment and consider theffcte the tate of Blame Blalnewho BlaJnewho Blamewho
who indeed might have been president presidentif
if he h bad d not pushed pU8 led himself h1n elf forward out outof outof outof
of time timeMr thnI tImfM
Mr I Arthur found the Republican n party partyver partel partyvery
ver very el > mitch u neh b run down and he surprtseil IIqr the theRepublican thlRepubkantl theRepublicans
Republican and the country ountr > t by > y giving givingus
us a straightforward business administra administration admlnistrl ¬
tion whlih raised ral d the party rt up Immense Immensely > ¬ i
ly l Regardless of the man Arthur him himand himgeif j
self the services rendered in giving v us a agood 3i 3iBoVern agoo4
good government BoVern lent should have been recog recognised recognhseil ¬ j
his nised by oy a nomination for the presidency presWeneyBefore presidencyand nC i iand
and if be had been nominated Mr Clara Cleveland CIeVewould Claraland ¬
land would never neverbae have been n presidejtt presidejttbut pre prem1dttbut dtt t
but a lot of ehouteve had hadto to push forward forwardMr torwlrdMr forwtrdMr i
Mr Blaine and because C8Uoe the party part did didwrong didwrong I Iwronc
wrong in InJ making aklngtl1e the homination hOl ination we have haveseen haeeen haveaeon
seen and felt the consequence consequenceIt
It Would OUId utd certainly be a case of history historyrepeating historyIng history1repeating
repeating Ing itself Itself1M so far as the nomination nominationgoes nominationcllIt nominationgocstf
goes cllIt if Mr Hanna is pushed forward forwardnow
now And it will be the same kind of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men pushing Mr M Hanna that pushed for forward t tard forward < ¬
ward Genetsi Great the third Unto for forthe torthe forthe
the presidency pntJldeDetne the meanest and most moatfoolish mostfoeUab mostfoolish
foolish thing that was wa ever attempted to tobe tobe tobe
be done do by any consid C conerhk rahl bI number of ofRepublican ofRepuhllcanaand ofRepublicansand
Republican Repuhllcanaand and Who 00 later pushed for forward forwar forward ¬
ward Mr Blaine They said thoy tbt were werestalwarts werestalwarts
stalwarts stalwarts in a wrong roDir cause causea causeas
a as I think thinkThe thinlThe
uriethlr The writer ie1 of this does not wjsh w wh h to todetract todetract
detract one on > iota from the fame and aD good goodnam gdbdnamaof
nam namaof f Mr Hanna if be eould do PO o HP HPis JhIs Jleis
is perfectly rfectly willing 1llIng Mr Hanna hall bepresident be bepresident
president and ba ba > no doubt h he < s would wouldmake aouldmake
make a good president but not noW noWNeither noWNeither
Neither lir thn th writer a sorehead or an anassistant anatSIiIistant anassistant
assistant Democrat H Ha etatatf tufI to be a atrue atrue atrue
true and loyal Republican Re ubH < n so 0 much mu h ao aothat 80that 0 0that
that he gives it as his bi calm deliberate deliberateconclusion delibErateconclusion deliberateconclusion
conclusion of a lifetime > and would say savtbe saythe
the same I if he was on his h deattfbcd tl1 ed that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is not now no anl an J has not been dur during dVrlq during ¬
ing time U whole of his h > lifetime any political politicalparty p 1JUcalparty politicalparty
party In the rountrr ountr tnat Had either l sense 8 senaor i ior
or honesty or 0 loyalty loalt except the Repub Repurllran RepublICan RepubScan
Scan party partyHe partyHe ptrtyKs
He does d not aceusr individual Demo Democrats Demoera Democrams ¬
crams era of lacking t thms tlw qualities of good goodcitizenship goodcitizenship I Ictttzen
ctttzen citizenship hip Iwcjiuse he knows very ery Well Wellthat wcllthat Wellthat
that there tM are many men la f th th Demo Democratic Democratlo DemocratiC ¬
cratic party who are Just as ged find findest JUidi JUidiline andhqeat
hqeat est line nd true as any on earth bat w we we wehae
IIite e to take each party averse It up as asone as asoDe asone
one oj 111 tm 1 and when wh n we do this w wo > be believe be bel1 believo ¬
lieve l1 Ve u the above assertion to be strictly strictlytrue IItrtct7true strictlytrue
true H J ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGThe AItMSFRONGTbe G GT4e
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great t are its It chameleonlike ehAm teoVke qualities qualitiesin
in the way ay of expressing t6ng feeling feelingWriters feelingYrit feelingWriters
Writers Yrit from time immenwrial have havetaught havetught haretaught
taught us what to expect fX ct from the dif different dltferel1t differmt ¬
ferent colors that flit aeroes mcros our coun countenan countenanf countenances
tenan tenanf fte > f1 and of nfeouNtC course Alters VJ11ters are arenevr arene arenever
never ne r wrong Here are sQm some of the thelightning thelightniug thelightoilig
lightning chronmtio changes that we weall weaU
all have gruwtt u t tu recOffnizft iie 4Wd ind there thereaxe there8e thereare
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connection it lm amusing to remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat
that another a8Gtherpftt n pbet t of a laterday later day Al Algernon Algernon Algelnon ¬
gernon Swlobttrne 1ehae has ba told us that thatJames MaatJa thatJames
Ja James the Ffcrst lrit wa W a knave a a t trant t tI1Uat tyrtnt >
rant a liar and a coward < But I love lovehim 1oem lovehim
him m 1 worship him because e he slit slittoe sUtthe siltthe
the throat of that blackguard Raleigh RaleighWho RaleighInvented
Who invented < this filthy smoking smokingt smokingThe ImoldnsThe
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The late Iop4 < of4 Tennyson was a lover loverof loverof loverof
of clay pipes and preferred ferred Virginia V DIa to tobacco tobaeco tobeeco ¬
bacco to any other growth owth of weed weedHe weBe weedRe
He invariably smoked ked whilst at work workand workfollowed workand
and followed a method peculiar pecull r to him himself nbelt h1nself ¬
self in the selection a of pipes pi At his hisfeet histeet hisfeet
feet there w wdsT placed 1ac d a box full of ofVhite ofJ ofsitbIte
Vhite J te clays c Tiling FIH one of these he hewould hewould hewould
would smoke until it was empty tiien tiienwould C1enould tmeniou1d
would ould break bre it in twain throwing tee teefragments t tgments theragnients
fragments gments into another J1 ther box prepared preparedfor reparedfor
for their reception He would then thenpull tnpull thenpull
pull another pipe from its straw raw or orwooden orW90den orwooden
wooden enclosure eDcJos fill it and destroy destroyit de troy troyit
it as before for fo he had a strong aver aversion uersion aversioti ¬
sion to smoking 9 a pipe a second time timeOne timeODe
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One of the most pleasant anecdotes anecdotesOf a anecdotesof eedtesr
Of the late Palace Btetnarck Bi to told toldin toldlit toldin
in connection with kh his love of t smoke smokeHere smokeHere smokeHere
Here is the story in his own words wordsThe wordsThe wordsThe
The value of a good cigar Is best bestunderstood bestunderstood beatunderstood
understood wben wMqtt it to the last you pos poss p0ses peeems
s ems s and there terella to ao chance of getting gettinganother gettinganother gettinganother
another At IflonlggratK tx I had only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one cigar left in my pocket which 11 11carefully I IenfuUy Icarefully
carefully guarded throughout the b batp batptie bat battie t ttle
tie as a miser mIsergeards guards rd his treasure I Idjd Id Idld
djd dld d not feel juttined e4 in using it then thenfor thenf thenfey
for f r I painted pal > ted ia 1 flowing Ing colors in my mymind mymhMI mymind
mind the happy p hour h al when I should shouldenjoy shouldenjoy shouldenjoy
enjoy it after victory etary But I had rate ratecalculated milcalculated mulecalculated
calculated my Ip chances A poor dra dragoon dragoon dragooji
goon lay helpless M h with both arms armscrushed armscr1l8hec1 armscrushed
crushed xniranuriag mU B for something to torefresh torefre torefresim
refresh refre ll him I i felt in my pockets and andfound andfound andfound
found that I had only gold which whichwould whichwould whichWould
would be of no ee to him > But stay stayI
I had still my cigar Ilighted I Khted it for forhim t01him forhits
him C C S and afldplaoedit placed it between his hteteeth hIteetJ histeeth
teeth You should have seen seenthe seenthe seenthe
the poor poorfdlo fellows grateful etul smile I Inevvr IDC Inevar
nevvr DC never enjoyed ed a cigar cr so much muchas j jas
as 5 that one Which eh I did dlell10t not smoke smokeThe arnokeThe smokeThe
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The late Charles Spurpon purgeon once ere ereated ereate eecated
ated < a considerable flutter in the non noncon noncononnl nonconformiot
con cononnl formfet t dovecote te by announcing announcingduping tLnbouncigdU anbeunciagduning
duping dU ng the course cot1 e of ofa a sermon that he heintended heIntended heintended
intended smoking a cigar that night nightto
to the glory of God In an explan explanatory explanatory explanstory ¬
atory letter to a daily newspaper he hepointed hepoInted hepointed
pointed out that he had spoken the thewords thewords thewords
words with deliberation and in all sin sincerity sincerJt sincerity ¬
cerity cerJt When7 When he wrote I have havefound ha bvefound ye
found intense pain relieved a weary wearybraJn wearybrain
1 brain soothed 800 tll ad nd calm refreshing refreshingBleep refreshingsleep
sleep obtained by a cigar I have felt feltgrateful i igrateful
grateful to God and have blessed his hisnalD hisname j jname
name This is what I meant and by no nomean nomneang i imeang
meang mean did I use the t sacred words in inany inan Inany
any an trifling spirit Professor sor Huxley Huxleythough Huxleythough Huxleythough
though once a a hater of tobacco be became be bec became ¬
came c m in later years an enthusiastic enthusiasticsmoker enthusiastJcsmoker enthusiasticsmoker
smoker On one occasion he remarked remarkedI
in the course of a lecture that there therewas Therewas
was no more harm in a pipe than in a acup acup acup
cup of tea You Y ou may poison on yourself yourselfbe
be observed by drinking drlDl ng too much muchgreen muehgreen muchgreen
green tea or kill yourself by eating too toomany toomanY toomany
many beefsteaks For or my own n part partconcluded IMrtr IMrtreonclucled partconcluded
concluded the professor profesdorcefler V I consider considerthat con ceflerthat tcler tclerthat
that tobacco in feoderation 1 lb eration Is a a sweet sweete sweete sweeteher
e e eher er and equalizer equ of the temper temperAbsent temperAbI
1 1Absent
Absent AbI nt mindednes min eN has often gone gonehand gone1ind gonehand
hand in hftnd hind with smoking proclivi proclivities proeUvitles proellvities ¬
ties and nd we e are told that Sir Isaac IsaacNewton IsaacNewton
Newton in a fit of mental abstraction abstractiononce ab abstractionoflee tracUononce
once used the finger of a lady he wa wacourting wa wacourting wascourting
courting a as a tobacco stopper whilst whilsthe whilsthe hUst hUsthe
he sat and smoKad in silence slleDcebegide slleDcebegide1tr beside besideher besideher
her th tblllklRg lifting of coarse e r that ththls his own ownfinger onftnger ownfinger
finger was being employed for th the pur purpofle purP putpose
pose On another occasion oeca lon he contin continued contlnu continnod ¬
nod u d to apply various lights to his pipe pipewondering plI1wondering ptpewoiadering
wondering why no smoke resulted r ulted only onlrto onlyto onltto
to discover at length that for several severalhours everalhoua eral eralhouts
hours the bowl bo wI h Bcd been empty emptyChl emptyChlcao > Chl Chlcao Chi j jcaso
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hot as btttaes cool as a a cucumber cucumbera
a warm propoeflb p hard as brags trasssoft brags110ft rase rasesoft
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