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= THE UE SALT TAKE T LAX KR HERAT n SUNDAY SLTND Y FBRUAY 14 th 1904 SECTION S CTION TWO Tw2
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ST SrVA VALENTINES EtJTE S DAY DAYbirds DYrInG DAYT
rInG T 1 TIU rii DAY when the little littleto littleI
I birds are Alleged to arete ate and the theyouth theYOIth theylth
youth and a part of o the older folk take takeadvantage takeiWDta takeavaate
advantage e of e1t ft to toa meek HI greater ter ex extant extent oxtent ¬
tent that t do the birds There are arehearts areh areheart
h hearts an cupids an i4 soft even evenmushy evenDlU8by CTOflnItMhy
mushy Verses YOOO without Without end in the tae malls maHstoday maDstOck mallst4ty
today tOck And alas there Trill be an anabundance anabtmt1aDce anabundance
abundance of the socalled comic comicWft C8W conilesWoaaa
Wft W Woaaa ea itonsjfre the small hey for forsensing forseltlltnc joraei1bng
sensing comic valentine but the thegrow then theTo2l
grow To2l n 1k i1an man lfr or wcimatt tfd w flO et dne dneought f tte tteought e eought
ought to b be arrested arrestedSt rreatedSt ed edSt
St Valentines V Day Ur thus Jg named be because because becautle ¬
cause It fcv JI the day ay on which good goodCatholics dCatJtolIe8 goodCatholics
Catholics do hotter to a vary old saint saintof MIntot saintoC
of their church Valentine The send sendii encliag send1n
ii iag 1n K of o love loeme nieaeages arid gifttf Iftaf and andtokens andtokeM andtokens
tokens Ss 1 quite incidental Historians Historianstell HItrta HItrtatell
tell us that this custom cu tom really has ba its itsorigin tt ttorl Itsorigin
origin orl in the worship of the heathen heathengoddess het1lenJJpG heathengodde1
goddess Jnno whose W OM day was once oncecelebrated oncece1e1 onceeaiebrsttd
celebrated ce1e1 n ted about ottt t the time of o our Febru February 1ebruaQ February ¬
ary At 4 But heathen or BO heathen heathensaint heatheRsaUlt heathensaint
saint or no saint St Valentines Day Dayobservaitees Dayo Dayobserye
observaitees o it if of a a proper sort are areentirely areeatJrel areeatirel
eatJrel entirely commendable commendableAny commendableAJq
Any day that calls caUfOf for the sending sendingof
of isjosfurri ges p 9C affection CeetIou Js i a food Cay CayThere cayThere Y YThera
There is l plenty of affection in in the lives livesof Ueof livesof
of moat of WI s b INt k a great greatUF majority J jwty if ifus Sf Sfus
us nvsr fl4V have time to show it Wet Wethink We Wethink
think t 1allt it is enough enouchtor for us to know we welore welove welove
love toe people we love ove whether < they theyever thenet theyever
ever know it or not Nothing in this thisworld Ua Uaworld thisworld
world yields such large returns as asdemonstrations asdemeMt asdemeastratt9n
demonstrations demeMt of affection The Tltew won wonder wan wander n nder
der te that wore ore of us ii do not appre appreciate appreciate appredate ¬
ciate the t fact factWILLIS factWILLIS
factIi
Ii IiWILLIS
WILLIS GEORGE EMERSON EMERSONPJEAKINQ EfllERSOHS EMERSONC
S C PJEAKINQ OF fourflushes four uehe somehow somehowremind somehowr somehowrnInd1
remind r h1fn4aHul us of Willie Its George Bm Bmerson EmettIOI m mersest
erson of Wyoming Vyom1 Willis George is isthe 181becllap Isthe
the 1becllap chap that started a boom for WH WH1U WlIlid WitTh
1U George for the Republican vice vicepresidential rIcepresidentIal Ice IceprelicJenUal
presidential nomination The said saidboom aaidboo saidboo
boom boo t lasted as long as Professor procorlett Lang Ingleyi Lang1e
leyi 1e latest t airship It collapsed c lla be before before ¬
fore tt was w a off the launching 1aUnc ll1g appara apparatus apparaUIII apparatus ¬
tus which same was Willis George GeorgeA Ge9rJA Qe rje rje4I
A 4I few days ago WILlIS George had hadhimself badh1meeIC hadhtmeelt
himself interviewed by the > Tew ew York YorkTribune YorkJle roriTplb
Tribune Tplb ue Jle e told the Tribune TrtlMl some somethings aometWDp seinethings
things that will be news to the good goodpeople goodof uod uodpeopLe
people of Wyoming WyomingAmons W WJI WyomlnAmoo
Amons other matters Willis George Georgecasually Geor GeorIy Geseecuaiiy
casually Iy let it be known that he hes hesttI was wasfriends as asjerIssely
ttI jerIssely MlttM etl 9 by his hisfrIends is istrleDda
friends as a Republican candidate for forgovernor forof forxoyernor
governor of Wyoming or as senator senatorto
to succeed encce Clarence nce D Clark But I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have encouraged no one in the belief beUetthat beliefthat beliefthat
that I would accept the noratoatio noratoatioas Ioa Ioaas
as governor et said Willis wn George with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the ah of a Clncinnatus who cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be swerved from the furrow We sub submit ubmIt submit ¬
mit tint a possible reason why wh Bret BretKmecson Dre DreE BrerEson
Kmecson E has found no one who labors laborsu Inhereua4er
u ua4er fer tint tII belief te that no one be belattd be beUeftip beUove
Ueftip Uove 1M Me allY earthlY rUt CDCe to tOland
land the nomination nominationthe I
rdII the seaatocghlp WIllIE WUtfcOejsrge WIllIEaIM WIlLIsGMre
Oejsrge w WOO also eey Senator tar Clark Clarkis
is a spteAdia cl man and an a able rep repmiKilstrfi repbt repNtts
miKilstrfi Ntts m the upper house ou of con congrew congresa
1
grew saW t he He has now serve servenearly lelTell served servednearly
nearly twelve years and will undoubt undoubtedly undoubtedJ undoubtedly ¬
edly edJ be a candidate to succeed su oeed him himself himselL ¬
self It U r I esteemed him less e highly highlythan highlythan I ItbaD
than I 40 I might tbe be more ready to tolisten tolieen I I118e1
listen t is te ttstetio thatI tftLt that I eon eontesS eonteas II
teas t with him the honor of election electionto
to tkj p samtor8hJUv I have never MV new how howev hoW hoWevtr howev
evtr ev i tAt thin timo aerfowMy iooMy eon eoosldered eea1l1 eonedered
1l1 sldered ere4 tile matter of o being a candi candidate CU4tI1 CU4tI1date candidate ¬
dateHeavens date I IBMftU
dateHeavens
Heavens What a narrow escape is isthis istbJII 1 1thu
this thu ojr l r Senator dart ark WINs > George Georgeevidently rpevideAtIJ 000raeevide
evidently evide tly is i sore that all that is necee necessarr neceeto neceesary1
sary1 sarr for Ms to to o become senator to see succeed cSeaator seecoed ¬
coed Senator Clark is for him to let letthe Jettaw lettb
the tb saefHe of Wyoming know he will willaccept willi willit wiltacct
accept t u U place But he thinks so soraasit 80or soIin
raasit Iin 0 f the senator or that he just cant cantbear cantbear i
bear the t e nation n tion of throwing c him lm out outIf outIt outIf
If Senator Clark doesnt immediately immediatelyionvey 1mmedIatelyOIlYey Immediatelyourey
ionvey to Willis Geotge some token of ofhie ofhI ofhis
his everlasting gratitude then t the there thereis thomIS I IIs
is no JIG suck sqcl1Utin thing as gratitude cJe in pol politics polIUOL potItlee ¬
itics ItleeAnd iticsAwl
IUOLAad Awl by the wy 7 tIIefact Ua the fact that Wlt Wltu Wilits ni nills
its u George is abjte ahi to break into a New NewYork ew ewYork w wYork
York newspaper wIts an Interview in indicates IndJct IndIeste ¬
dicates dJct es that aB a the pupefcasers 1 WcMoers 1S of s gold pldbrlolla goldbrI rtd rtdbrtofcs
brtofcs brI dont eome from the t e hayseed hayseedcoeatUes haneeclcOWDtl hayseedconUes
coeatUes coeatUesSPRING conUessRINQ lS
SPRING S p lkG DUCK SHOOTING SHOOTfNGi SHOorfttoDOT
A i DOT THIS JCATTKft of spring springdttefc springi
1 i dttefc shooting TIle Tb open season seasonb euoaDd seasonbegins
b begins 1v tssNorrow ertow and oontinves untU untU3nroh UD UDarh unthMarch
March lil U A strong adverse sentiment sentimentagainst enUm sentimentagainst nt nta
a against inst taking < advantage of the law lawhas Jawba lawhas
has ba 8 become apparent The Bear Biver BiverrXuk BlverDtwk 1tveDtik
rXuk club has anno anunee mce that its club dubhouse clubhcuse clubhuse
house and < grovads grouO will be kept closed closeduntil closeduittl edultU
until the opening of the fall shoot shooting aIaootIng shootlog ¬
ing This good a ° ° example has not been beenpublKiy beenp1blid beenptbiic1y
publKiy followed by b other clubs but buta
a Inrgc lrg irge proportion of the memberships membershipswill mem ipg ipgwill
will refrain from shooting ducks this thisspring tb1ring thisstring
spring springThe stringThe ring ringTh
The Th Herald test Friday published publt Md the theviews tbekws thevItws
views of some of the best known knownsportsmen knownOIt8men knownsoftSffiSIt
sportsmen in I Ttah regarding re rdlnA spring springshooting ipringsEooting rllt1 rllt1stootinl
shooting wr viUi one accord they the con condemned condeinned on oncmn ¬
demned cmn Jt it They TJtE say Fa that at this sea season seaIMm sonson ¬
son the t ducks a re > bieDt begtentng to mate mateis me meM mateIt
M is 4 L well known fact that nearly nearlyall neaJba nearlyLi
all a the th females killed at this season seasonof e8OI1Of seasonof
of the year y r have eggs in them The Thedstruction
dstruction 41 4 trudIon of the females mean tho thodestruction th thcktndol tho4truitloii
destruction of broods If the lucks ducksare lucksre
are re disturbed iy > w they will eiUiei
leave l ae the country or they will pase pasethe pasethe e ethe
the season without raisins a brood broodAuthorities broodAuthorities
I
Authorities say that tb mere harm 1111 is isdone i8done Isdone
done in a 4ay of spring sheeting than fihanla t thanin n nSA
la two weeks W wa of fall shotifcing hoQ tng Through Throughthis ThroughtIds Throughthis
this spring shooting seveval varleUes varleUesof rletles rletlesof
of ducks have ba e become all but extinct extinctto exUnct17tah extInctIp
to Utah Finally the dUeHfc dtlckSktlted killed In Inthe IntlMt Inthe
the spring are lean and nd poor r so lean leanad leanJI4 leanand
and ad poor 1 that they are Itftjgiy y lit to toeat toat toeat
eat This may sy not be an argument argumentill
ill the Mtndc nt t thflUs tt w wJ wl t kin ducks ducksmerely due dueJ1MIely dekmerely
merely for the snort of killing them thembut tbembut thembut
but it should weigh h wfch WIt tJ thoge who whoHfce wMJIke wholIke
lIke dues o lil oa h rj blBftai bI1 e from fromwhom mwkom mat matwhom
whom the market mrlIt iWntars nts aertVe their Uwirreremie tMirrwe theirrevenue
revenue reremieIn rwe ue ueIn
In this t ls discussion Tile Herald desires desiresto
to classify hunters There are re market markethunters 1barkethunters markhunters
hunters and J 1HK pi et hunters ImftterS and sports sportsmen sportflaDd sportsspan ¬
men and just plain hunters teII The mar market muket a ahot ¬
ket hunter is the man an whohunts hur ta for fora
a living Uh and sells what hat he kills kJU kJUpot The Thepot Thepot
pot hunter is the man isawkO who slips up p on onhis Ofthili onhim
his game and gives it no chance what whatever wbatever whatever ¬
ever to escape The sportsman IiPOrt aa is I the theman theJllan theluau
man who would scorn to snoot a bird birdsitting birdsitUn birdsitting
sitting and the plain hunter te the thechap uechap thechap
chap who does a lot of hunting and andbrings aDdbdnp andbrings
brings home very ve little game game This Thisappeal Thisappeal Thisappeal
appeal fe made to all allne eiasm eiasmThe g1aseThe
The next t legislature should 2h ulc1 ulc1the aid aidthe sjinenflthe
the game laws by striking trJkIn out the pro proVision proWJaIon provision
Vision making spring 8Prtn duck shooting shootingpossible shootiurJQUfWc shootIngpomft
possible possiblePENSION JQUfWcPENSIOHS pomft
4 4pgNsIoN
PENSION BILL iL RECORD RECORDX RECORD RECORDIx RCQRDIN
Ix X THE TH PASSING of opension pension bills the thehouse UMthouse thehouse
house of representatives established establisheda estabU hed hednew
a new record on Friday FrWIiL Threehun Threehundred Three hun hundred bundred ¬
dred and twenty private bills of this thisCharacter thIscharacter llCMracter
Character were passed p ll8ed m almost less tesetime estime lesstime
time thas tha it takes ta to tell the story At Atfirst Atft Atfirst
first ft the numbers of the bills bnIawere bft1 were read readThat roadTbat readThat
That process it was w ws soon sooitook discovered discoveredtook l ooVHtook
took up too much time so the bills were werepassed werepas werepassed
passed ed in bunches bqncb without without even eVell the for formality torMCl1tty foraaUty ¬
mality of reading the numbers numb How Howmany 118 118many 1owmany
many of these pensions are deserved is isa isa isa
a question qu8 tioa that t will I probably Dt ba1J1never never be bedetermined bed hedetermined
determined determinedThe d wml wmlThe
The chances are4hat re Ihat every Yer3p one of the theclaims UteCIalIDll theciahii
claims was nject rejecte4by rejectfed by the T ellsem > eneon de department de departinent department ¬
partment partinent for or applicants db hot usually usuallyCO
CO before cOHfjreag CO re with Uh their troubles troublesuntil troublesvatU troubleslt11
until after they theyhlve have tried the pension pensionoffice pensionomce pensionoffice
office omce The Th fact that the commissioner commissionerof
of pensions turns down a claim does doesnot doesDOt doesnot
not necessarily Mee suUY mean that it is fraud fraudulent fraudnlMt fraudidnt ¬
ulent The rules l fcy whicH the depart department epertJIIent departmont ¬
mont is governed are numerous numerous and andtechnical andteehnlol andtechnical
technical and some worthy men and andwomen andwomeR andwomen
women are often because beaL of 0 lack of ofevidence ofeldeBce ofevidence
evidence and and for other reasons r oe refused refusedpensions retuiiedpeDsions refusedpensions
pensions they are entitled to toIn to10th toIn
In 10th the passage of prjvajte = passion penatonbills passionbills OA OAbills
bills by wholesale however it is moral morlIy morally ¬
ly certain that undeserving utMlesemn applicants applicantsare ap1icaare J Jare
are benefited bene tted The pension system systemhouia syetlemMould systemsou1d
Mould not be permitted to become becomepriyate a aprivate aprivate
private graft graftHORACE vattHOR
on onHORACE
HORACE HOR CE SMITH MiTtt RESIGNS RESIGNST g I NS NSIT
IT TT T IS NOT OFTEN that the tji resigI resigInation relliS relliSnation
1 nation of a minor effidalfaatt omd1 fftcl + oaet truth truthfully truthtully truthfully ¬
fully be counted a a distinct lstinct1OM loss to a amunicipality amunlcipaltty amunicipality
municipality but The Herald td is sure surethis nrethis surethis
this description tle eritio t fits the eas ease of Horace HoraceSmith HoraeeSmltb HoraceSmIths
Smith Mr Smith has tendered his hisresignatioti hisresignaU hisresignatiorJL
resignatioti resignaU ra as secretary secret lI of the city cityboard cityboard cityboard
board of health a position he has filled filledfor ftUe4tor filledfor
for something omethln like four years YMt8 During Duringthat DurJagthat Duringthat
that time the city eU has had hact no > 0 official officialmore omctlmore olflclalmore
more faithful none more lD9reo oewteous and andcapable aDClcap andcapable
capable bIe and < conscientious conscientiousMr co Clentiou ClentiouMr
Mr Smiths idea all along aIon has seemed seemedto
to be that a public oftlce is net D intend intendedas Jnleniu ¬
edas u a pension Ol11Jw for party asrviee Ha Hahas JiIabaa Haha
has ha worked ae hand Aa as a man could couldwork couldWork couldwork
work in i any position H The office has hasbeen Ubeen hasbeen
been systematise stentatlsed under und lal l is nw manage managemeat a ament age agement
ment to a point where it may properly properlyte properhte
te regarded as a model to be followed CoBowedin
in health ke offices ev everywhere W ere We Ve Veo do donot donot
not n t knov knl who Mr Smiths successor is isto Isbe
to be bat bfttWe we do o knowtlntt kJtCJ he how bwrsome bwrsomehard 1e ammohard
hard labor cut out for him if he ex expects oxpoets ¬
poets to maintain the record rc ed of cOt efficiency emciency cOtciency ¬
ciency set t by his predecesaor predecesaorIn predeces r rIn
ID IDIn
In his maiden sjHMWh SenatOr Falto Faltoof Fit Fitof Fuitonof
of Oregon said it was wa impossible lmP Blllble to do doanything doanytajn doanything
anything for or the Colombians and added addedthat adeledthat addedthat
that their diabolicism m is but the nat natural oatUa1 naturai ¬
ural instinct of a raceof race of buccaneers buccaneersBully 1tuoeunBuilT buccaneerBully
Bully for Fulton But we make this thhpoint tb tbpoIDt thispoint
point The administration adm1nlstra tlott Is i not being beingcriticised beingcriticl8ed beingcriticised
criticised because it has attempted attempted to todo too todo
do o something < for or the Colombians but butbecause butbecause butbecause
because it has done several veral things to tothem tothem tothem
them That makes quite a difference differenceThe differencelae differenceThe
The most t prominent buccaneers are the thefellows tABteUows thefellows
fellows of the BunauVarill Bunau VarlHe stripe pe who whoexpect whoexpect whoexpect
expect to profit by the Roosevelt Ro rob robbery robbery robberyof ¬
bery beryof of Colombia ColombiaPresident ColombiaPresident la laPre
President Pre l le t Roosevelt is being bef 1 taken to totk tot totOok
tk for rough riding rld the eoaate nenatoin in the thematter ueiJIIUer thenaUer
matter of appointments and other otherthings otllertk1l8 otlesetktngs
things Why Wh we had an idea and anddottfettess IUUldII anddowlesii
dottfettess dII 0 president hl t has the t1 ssjme ssjmeidea 8IW 8IWIdea eopIdea
idea that President PreeJc1ent Roosevelt owned ownedthe o ownedthe d dthe
the senate as a well as the supreme supremecourt ufIeIMcowt supreieconrt
court and the rest of c the th the thThe government governmentThe YemmeHt YemmeHtrbe
e
The experience of the e young woman womanwho WOIIIaaWIto womanWho
who tried to stop a marriage marrae ceremony ceremonyon ceretftGn
on the ground that she sheWN was the thewUe loga logawife 1egawife
wife of the groomelect te tesehes ciee us tat tatwe thatwe atwe
we ahould always carry our marriage marriagecertificates tntltrta tntltrtacertlkateto morriagocertlOcates
certificates with us This young yo ng woman womanfailed WOftlttfailed womanfailed
failed became she coltlatitfthd couldnt find findMembers hers hersMembers herSfeDenJ
Members of the Republican ami amimayor Rt1mayOr aelilusTer
mayor combine W in the council are 90 90Sttftpickws Ms sosplcboos
Sttftpickws s of each cia other othertltat that they are areall amall
all 1 likely to vote to confirm the may mayors mayors ¬
ors 01 nominees just by way of making makingsvre IIMlkSlICre makingsore
sore that the other fellows dont get getanythtor < getanythlg et ety etIt
anythtor anythtorIt y
5 O OIt
It is quite evident that numerous numerousbanks numerousbaDka numerouibeaks
banks throughout the country are a ar load loacltill lonied loaded ¬
ed 1IP p with undigested fgted isjcMrftlee isjcMrftleeSaid tctmtlleSaid ascoritise1d
Said 1d securities are proving proll1Kfata1 fatal to toaerage all alla m marerage
arerage a of a bank or two iweVy av y day dayWill daYWill dayWill
Will the citlaon who doesnt of lt believe believethe believetIae believethe
the church interferes in temporal te af afi affairs atfairs
i fairs in Box Elder county kindly pent perttseThe eltae peruseThe
The Heralds Brigtmm City letter thfa thfantorniug Utl UtlJIIOBlua thiimorning
morning ntorniugPresideattal
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f lID lIDPre onm onmPreptdatls1 <
Pre year or no ik presWeiiUal presWeiiUalyear
year times are IUepjlt going gem to be good in inUtah InUtaJa In1Inh
Utah in 1M4 There are too many JB JlJ big bigundertakings DieUDder bigundertakings
undertakings under way to head off our ourprosperity ourproilpertt ourproiperity
prosperity prosperityFour proilperttFour proiperityFour
Four Russian urulsera ul8ers ae a reported to tobe tobe t tbe
be Mscwrin sc3uelng the seas aea They Theycleaned havent haventcleaned ltaventcleaned
cleaned any Japaaaw battleships bttJeMi off of ofit ofit ofIt
it as yet however howeverTwo howeverTwo weVe weVeTwo
weVeo o
Two OgpAcn bays have been bE sent to toprison totri90n toprison
prison for a year for stealing a keg of ofbeer or1Mer ofbeer
beer Another lesson on in the caDs of ofintemperance oflnt ofintemperance
intemperance intemperancey lnt mperanee
y a > o oTeg 4Yes
Yes the weather tlwr is s somewhat warm warmer wanner warmor ¬
er b bat t w Wlf woHldtfX wou dI Advise r1se th UV tie < e send sendI sonding nd nding
I ing out of toy an hl spring iwems just ust ustabik ye yej
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Becaow eea were ere after aft you youTwill 70uwiJl youTwill
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oor I have but on one One no mover morerWe more moreWe moverWe
We wont desist we still insist insistYou I InsistYou 5IstYou
You have not lea less than four fourAnd fourAItd fourAnd
And R Reed old boy twill give us Joy JoyTo
To see you get row rube rubeDar rnbeDMr nibsDeer
Dar v va vantie I wtl f > w wtre re truly tbfnc tbfncTen tblneTen thlneTen
Ten thousand aed womens clubs clubsTO clubsTO clubsTO
TO THE IRRIGATION IRRIGA TIOX FUND FUNDOh FL PLLOh J JOb
Oh dearest fund for you OY rye gunned gunnedThr bUane4many gusnedThrough
Thr Through ttsh many weary days
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strong
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Ive tried some mild balHstiog baUls O
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TO GOVERNOR WBLLS WELLSOh
Oh Heber dear you see rm here herelaeide hereInside
Inside 1 the Utah line lineYou lineYou lineI9u
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But my loved mea valentine vaJcnuneThough v Jenu valentineyou
Though you 011 said Go Gol yet et still m I XRnow IYoure IYoure
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go o here I be Devotedly
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I understand that on the land landYe JndY landYes
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And en the Ha a I will ill agree agraoYo ngr8pi agreeYou
Yo Yoar You r ships are out of sight sightLast sig sIit2Last t J JLast
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seemed ecmMCltntqe seemedA t
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Becavoe I love you sol solThough aolThough 01
Though you may y frown I will not notdown
down downAnd ao aoADd downAnd
And thong Im r hard har < l to handle handlerm ban6leem handlein
rm in still your own and a yours alone aloneYour aloneYour aloneYour
Your dearest t P O seantial seantialGreat sMn suandalGreat al alGre
Great t days are ahead for the manu manufacturers nmnuacturers mannfacturers ¬
facturers of asbestos curtains curtainsBy curtafnBjo curtalnuBy
By exercising exerd8t proper care Russia may
have the nucleus of a navy at the end endof endof endof
of the month monthBlmer monthBlmer monthImer
Blmer Imer Rose aged 2 years ye rs already alre d has hasseveral basev baaseveral
several ev ral women fighting tI bting over him What Whatthe Whatthe Yhtthe
the situation will be by the time he is isl
51 can only be conjectured conjecturedThe
The press censorship permits very verylittle yeryUttle veryllWe
little authentic news to get QUt4 QYtU t tPetersburg
Petersburg but where ignorance is isbites ISbl Isb1IsSJOt
bites bl b1IsSJOt b1IsSJOtIt etc etcIt
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It will m soon be 1 in order for or the Unit United UnitStat UnItCd ¬
ed State senate to t keep a standing standingcommittee standfrgoomml1tee standingcommittee
committee to Investigate Jftyes gate indictments indictmentsagainst indlotmentaagainst
against senators who interpose e tech technical technical techflied ¬ I
nical defenses defensesThe defenaesThe defensesThe
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The dear old Boxers are a reported r busy busyagain busyagain
again Miionariw should start for forthe forthe I
the woods at once onceOur onceOur
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Our advice to those BusstoifDattte BusstoifDattteslftpg RusomaziThdttleslIps 1tJe 1tJe81ftpg
slIps hurrying hurryt to the scene of con conflict connlet confilet ¬
filet Is I to stop stopThe itpThe
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mine that tJMttjR in its it relation t n with different dtr ertmt
r rroo4dellts ts ft I had had hadand 4 h tp tpaM
aM ed had trampled the thins belWU b lti ltiiJ be4hrabou
abou b K a 5tandonAnanias 5tandon tnndoir4nla UndfjfJ Undfjfwas
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SWa gnd f that St StYllentinea Viknrtne day da should shouldB sh shouldlliSprlil uld uldfaU
faU B lliSprlil lliSprlil110w 01 c April ri1 ri1How L 1 1How
How is C nxe p an H JWOII well ell to con convince cont eonvi000 ¬
vince ii t the > peo potO s fJitA af Arm JiIe = fi that the thestrip theatrJp thet
strip t lp is not gd gt d tfhd ttofoftvince inee the thepeople Uup1tO thePpeI1btha1ftIhgOO4
people PpeI1btha1ftIhgOO4 PpeI1btha1ftIhgOO4APdTtPIe of lE PA flt that ft 8 sa sawtIo oo4 oo4e
APdTtPIe wtIo e t > ot hunt ducks ducksabolirfwd ducks ducksn ducksIn
n WOltact jD8t 8 svl1nc svl1nctN1
tN1 abolirfwd abolirfwdrooming l1tted
l1ttedfII1 fII1
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rooming 1OCIIRt hottae tfrej tfrejsports the t1ll Uu UuSfI true truebem94fker
sports wilt rejtffcttl rejtffcttlfoffod was
foffod becansf bem94fker bem94fkerrbbid a4 a aeai k r ren
eai b to g get t fttMJ tWI tV With WithtOO
tOO 80 Still tHl in his is r rrobbed cIo tit be ber
robbed bIttdTAe rbbidroe robbedThe >
The ease of t th the M Salt iake who whoha
ha a4 smailpon twice ce WIt wftbtn t5j o mnth mnthshoWs nth nthe1Joo
shoWs bow a bfthkk bbliuaLlevo2mo maxJieoontir njced njcedi5f fl flmiens
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a salt t agataat agaln the steel trust tJuffi a ten tentime lonG lonGtl longth
time tl th ae e to dad JUt lila rights rl bta as a stockholder stockholderhave utockhoiderhave
have ve been violated violatedWhile TIolat TIolat1VJt11e ViolatedWhile
While Senator Burton wishes every everyne everyne everyne
ne to 4indetand unde d1M ho beban has liS a pacfect de defens defence
fens he bejieves hJle a demurrer 4emu 13 I about aboutithe sboutthe
Ute right thing tWngDowlee tQtngowle thingDowieS
Dowlee owle aetionln pktelngr pl lng the tb n n6X n6XemJus next nextcoming xt xtcamlag
coming of the Messiah Mes iah 3v 1W r yoars in the thefuture tJufuture thefuture
future WK was a thoughtful one on as Doe DowevrUi DoewJ41
vrUi not be here when wit explanations are areWe lire1l aredemanded
1l demanded demandedw
We w just Ju t knew all the time that Cap CajUln Capta13 CaptaIti >
Uln Maha Ma would < come co to bat before beforetha beforethe
the waek W w W wag f out outOf out outOf
Of centre e one natinUy ht wl O bates 11 tes to be beimrpt betQrite e ebr
imrpt tQrite eji by b everybf everybJ ery 1u u stiljj those tq thOseeseIe j jcoiwe
coiwe eo vajwitln vaJentttJ1S valejithsO s 4 > > i i iOur
Our O rejoicing rejololiig oveCthe ovd ov tho thoe the4at e ttt t t t tikt it t ou oufood OU oufod
food f products will Mite A e a fins lltlbmarket tnarket tnarketirt
irt the far east because se of the war sa r is isiomaered istenpered
iomaered perecl bar the th other fijct t thnt wo woshell Yftt w wsisaiL
shell t have la ve to pay more for them here hereat lierttat ffereatiome
at atiome atiomeThis home homei
i The Tbl being leap year it is not good goodiforta goodfonI
iforta for r gentlemen tlemen to send valentines valentinesANS valen valentinesANSWBS tinefJ tinefJANSW
ANS ANSW ySBS 1lS TO QITSSTIONS QITSSTIONSTo
To T The Salt Lake Herald HeraldWill Meraktwill
Will 11I you OU through tbrou 1t the columns of your yourpayer yourpaper
payer r please dcid a bat batFirst pU pUFirstHow betFirstHow
First FirstHow How is the name of the Russian Russianmlnto RussianmIer
mlnto mIer r to o the ITait tT1Ilt41d d States epeilcd Spttlled and andwhat aadwhat andwhat
what is the address addressor of the Russian RuSt an am ambs smSecon41Can antbossy
bs bossy bossy8econdCn y yS
S Secon41Can con4 Can Russia bring brln warships warshipsfrom warshlppfrom warshlpqifrows
from the Slack BJac iseh II through thI ugh Turkish Turkishwaters Turkisllters Turkishwaters
waters ters If ae are there any aD restrictions raatrictionsBNQUTBBR r8LriCtWns1ENQUnUU restrictionsgeka
BNQUTBBR BNQUTBBRSurefca ENQUnUUB1Ire
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Ftrst PrstThe THe Russian sm nuIhg4or dor to the theSecondttie theU1ltt theUnfled
U1ltt Unfled St Stes tti is Countj Counttln1 Counttln1eeondTlie 01 01Sec
Secondttie Sec eeondTlie 1Ml only oly way Russia u8ela can g get getDer gotbet t ther
her ships out of the Black sea i fI through throughthe throughthe thrughithe
the Dardetelles and the operation of the thetreaty thetnU thetreatY
treaty of Berlin 1S78 > denies enie Russia lhi6 Ja the theprivfleee theprInere thepriWlege
privfleee of nasafngtltese pa8lll th4se straits Byes Hvenif
if RusSia f Js willfn w witifuk tfnk to ig 19 Ignors or f the treaty treatyof tre treof
of Berlin Bpll and should shou attempt aU pt to bring bringher brlnsrWanl bringher
her rWanl wanhlps iPIJ out H tls t Js doubtful if she sheCOUM sheeould shecoukl
COUM eould do it for Snettmd has k S a strong strongMediterranean strongfedftetraDean stougredftesraneau
Mediterranean fleet and being virtually virtuallyJapans virtuallyJapans irtuaU irtuaUJaP8
Japans s ally would undoubtedly under undertake undertake undertake ¬
take to prevent the violation of the treaty treatyby treaJby trea4byfluests
by byfluests byfluestsTo Rueeta RueetaTo RU8iaTo
To The 1Ie Salt Lake keWIIere LakeJGJU LakeJGJUWhere Msri Ur UrWhere
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day Ul the guest at Iot Qffloer Oer 1fIIaM 1HtS5 1HtS5Sullivan
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Noah Gi Ginla H1 l Uneff fneffectod Uneffected UneffectedCinWI ected ectedGntfd I
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tot the 3ftaab 3ftaabWonderful IGWo ja jaWonderful
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teJshtas go will seen be a thins of the thepast theiatell thepat
past onleds nnle men m eaeu BOW falls fWD fWDPUnished soonPunished ° OB OBTunished
PUnished Jtttr 1a ft Failure FailureTwo Failurepnn PailureImv
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Two yova men were arr arrested t ted d this thisrQrand thhJltMftln thislBwlilng
JltMftln tei tvytu 10 kIN a rout lad ladOU lady
OU Our justice Uoe govt tlo some gOod lather latherIy f4t11e1IY
IY adVIce and a aof flns of 251 l2 each or two twodays
da days aDd II half III JaiL hey will board boardat
at tile maraliarll ta table for two das and andbaIt anda
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Grand Ora Valley Nines TkneeThere lIm lImThere NinesThere
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iioab sounded ohfique uoAme U ubAmerttn m aDd aDdorlDODl and3lormonl
Mormonly 3lormonl orlDODl but butt tfe Uj Oipe t e to eo coini tn w whell
it will lit have a aMoabr 1 mr N lomthlar tar sound like
Moab or Bnt Che Cans for
Mesh Mb Xoab to the Doorknob kBGh to tiNt
La Sate or any aD other old handle to d des
Igaate its attract attrscttoq Moab l ii destined to
be a fourUme rPUlQe winner winnerProvo whmerEcarud per perXea
Xea Ecarud ManDiscevered ManDisceveredProo aitDIsooveredProve
Provo Sn flquIrsr flquIrsrJ uiror uirorJ wr wrJ
J J J M Iyers > ers ot Salt SaJ Lake dropped off oa at 4
Prove on his return from Sansete Sun S ¬
day lIe is electioneering leotl S for hlmeelf JaIMeel aDd ad
Senator learn for < or delegates sl MePt ate3 s to the na ¬
tional tl nal Republic nubUeaa coiiynt1onButton convention conventionButton tIon
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Grand Valley Times TiroesThe TimeaThe TimesThe I
The next weddau ve wH be a homicide homicidewill O licldel
l the DCttt h humidd Q Jtdie will be a weddiur we < i iTerence
Which It 4oI1t saw any IN8trISI 1 dif dliterence I
Terence as the result 1W Is about the same sameEditor sameEditor
Editor Editor Declares De s Himself HimselfVernal Him Him5eIfVernal elf elfVert Ii IiEditor
Vernal Depress DepressThe presc xpressThe prescThe
The editor has lust learned that he was wasarrwted w warrested VuUIced
arrested trl tried 4 eonvlct d and crucified crucifiedat
at a performance by t the e Gymnasium club cluba
a couple of weeks ago for not patting patti the theactors tbeactors theactors
actors on the back b in the regulation lash fashion fasRion lashion ¬
ion It wa wa ever thus Whenever an ed editor edItor editor ¬
itor gays a fw f w ooiapiimeatary words wordaabout wot1hJabout wordsabout
about some liornyhanded clodhopping
Individual often stMictting s ing his l imagina imagination imaglIUttJon imaginaibm ¬
ibm to do M ej said Uidtvldiml dIvidunI take it for forgranted to tofr fognted
granted fr nted that he Is dpervhtg g of still more morepraise morepraJse morepraise
praise and the editor eeuld not very el well wellsay wtllsay welLsay
say anything else el e about him and there therefore theretore theresore ¬
fore tore the paper ia i not ROteaUtl enUtl etihed d d to amy y credit cre creditfor < it
for it but when something is said in the thepaper thefper thePaper
paper that does not ol exactly suit the first firstthing firstthing fIrstthing
thing that is thought of is to rush h to the theoffice thQoffice th thoffice
office and stop the paper if perchance he hehappens hehappens hehappens
happens to be a subscriber wtl and condemn condemnana c condemnsue demn demnand
ana cuss tho editor forevermore forev nnore for his h ha hisaudacity nigaudacity
audacity a Ud ac Ity Never mind 1 1n4 There Tberel8 IB one faint faintconsolation faintconsolation
consolation held out to the weary pencil pencilD pencilnue
D QU nue 5her it is s MId Jd that persecution brines brinespopularity till tillPQPUllQ1ty bringspopulnty I
popularity If thUs is a fact we will have haveopulsrity havea
a few carloads ot popularity poJH arlty to spare spareseme sparesome vaTesome
some day and will then tile scatter it around aroundamong aroundamong unQalBOftp
among our friends f iendst1te the enemy enemyReflections e eJft enemyBeect1ons
I IReflections
Reflections of of a Bachelor BackelorNew BacheiozNew
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New York Press PressThe PreesThe PressThe
The clover way to praise most women womenla omenis
is to damn their rivals rivalsA rivJA
A woman can lose I the most ardent arctentlover arelentlover ardentlover
lover by buying b 31ng his blsclarB cigars for him himWhen himWhen I
When a girl gitluo no longer blushes at atwhit atwhat
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whit wb t she blushed at before it is a sign signthe signthe sIgnthe
the honeymoon Is over overNo over overNo overNo
No woman over ove has any patience patiencewith patiencewith patiencewith
with a novel where the author forgets forgetsto I Ito
to have the heroines laughter ripple rippleA I
A Mormon must have lots of t fun funthreatening funthreatenin fiatthreateflln
threatening his hi wives to change his in insurance inuFance inmyance ¬
surance policies ponel ift h far r of the other oUMrI I
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The Baron stood on the ramparts ramn rt eflgValW eit1 Igo i1a saisad saisadacross P g8aorom 6 1aa
across aa th tl10 tl plain plainViler 2 2Where e
Where Viler g gaSed ed the herds and curled C lJtJt8 t e smoke sme ka and andwaved am amwaved 00 00wa
waved wa the golden grain grainAs gralftAs graiLae
As fair hi th the sheen of Ofa a summer sun lay 1 spread the therich fh fhrich therlchchampaign
rich rlchchampaign rlchchampaignAnd champaign champaignAnd e ampaignnd
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And he smote his thigh with his clenched first t and andturned aDdtumed andturned
turned him from the wUU wUUHo wlQlRo iiaitHo
Ho there Ho there my page paget guoth he tto G0 1 sum sumisea unf UMJIIY 7 7mOA
mOA my aensEOhal aensEOhalAnd ensuehalAnd e eAnd
And bid him gather 1b my trusty trust m ni man n en re yet t th the tltedo sha shadows nbaS nbadews ¬
dews do fall fall3fy taUIy fallSMy
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3fy Iy horsemen and my m pikemen aad dt1ieY they that draw drawthe tlraw tlrawu tlrawAa4 drawth
the th bow bowAnd bowAnd
And they t J shall ball wait it by b the western sester gate te tUltkey t411 t hoar hoarmy hEMIrJIIY hearmy
my bugle blow blowTonlgJit blowT 110WTonht
TonlgJit T 1 we ride ri e oer the country side slUe a bart a ripe rineJIIOw t tmow Ia Iamow
mow mowNow JIIOwN mowow
Now N ow II high = boO boOInsistent V Bwll M hi the toPlpurrGt topmost turrat Mi f > i teoujf 15 o4the i iIneiotojit f the tbo tboI eaaUe eaaUeV eaIUboO
Insistent I oer 1er the country jioua Joutdjt touii < iFJ s bntwai acoa acoaow e e eeII enfcs enfcsswell >
swell eII
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The Barons mufetwiite IJJlsf 1IgfIK teM r ss CI1 CI1oe nfe4thtft nfe4thtftWoe J1b I
Woe oe to the wight who lingers wheifbe wh Fbe hemr iirSbi m iroirtous 1mpe 1mper10uII iroi tmpriouzknehl
rtous riouzknehl riouzknehlThe knell knellwmaa i i5e
5e plowman halts Its in the furrow as aiteolM aiteolMa1an beomc oii t e grim grimalarm gristalahn
alarm alarmMie a1anTIle alahnThe
TIle herdsman gathers thers his cattle m an and hurries htIr Home Homete
te the farm farmThe farJnThe farmThe
The bunter tudte tq tS tym fr frem rem m the u e kllL kllLTbe kIUThe I IThe
The woodsman aropslilB < ax ax6 and ad bill billSilent MUSilent billSilent
Silent afar the he clacking wilft wilftThe mlkTile mliiThe
The forge fGrge11re fir flre dies the 11e4 e etI15 etI15nt1 sj is stilt ctmAnd stiltAnd
And every man mn of the Barons clan he bios J1f him 1 horns hornsto 1soa1to honito
to ann armAnd annAJt4 annAmid
And now Is heard in the castle yard ya the hurrying hurryingtread hurrytl1tread hurryingtread
tread of men menAs menAs menAs
As in they the pour from rash and jftftor ner and field and andforest andtotMt andforest
forest and fen fenFrom fenFrom IonFront
From hillside h l8kIe and from lakeside lak sldo and the fir distant distentrien distantI distantAnd distantAnd
rien rienAnd
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And now are are heard the tramping boovW tCIO OO4SsUIO the horse horsemen horseioea one onee ¬
men come e m8 amain amainThis arnainThis malnTh
This Th steed 8 but now M hath left the thapJow plow aid that the thecreaking thecreaking thecreaking
creaking waln wainBut walnBUt walnB
But B t w Wtn tJi tn and ilow nowniU must Wfle bid Jri his heM heMAnd tAnci bestAnd
And horse and niaij flint njust 1Jfu track his quest questWho questWho uest uestWho
Who follow the Barons tossing tossIngcrwt cr crest et and znt rW ride In the theBarons theBIuoas theBarons
Barons train trainAnd l18lnAD4 trainAnd
And now the footmen form their ranks each pikeman pikemanpike ptkemanpike plkeniaztpike
pike in hand handBach handBada handBach
Bach bOwman man true hath bent the yew and tried the theqtrtvering tilequtver1n It Itqutvmftg
qtrtvering strarrtli strarrtliAnd strlIraAnctits StranLAnd
And Anctits its woe WQ for the wife as she sits alone aloneOh aloneOh aloneOh
Oh Woe oe for the wife as she we wses e for one oneOr one oneOr oneOr
Or sire or sSo t on that today If i gone to march with the theBarons theBaron theBarons
Barons band bandAnd bandAnd bandAnd
And now they wait by the western VOSlrilgate gate in silent stern sternarray sternarray sternarray
array arrayAs arrayA arrayAs
As A the lengthening shadows Sh OS lingering mark the doom doomof doomof doomof
of tbe dying day dayAnd dgyf dgyfAnd da daAnd
And now the Bsrens B bugle sounds soundaAnd soundsAnd soundsAnd
And over 0 the the drawbridge dr wbrtdle his charger chargerbounds cbarerbOunds chargerhounds
bounds boundsAnd bOundsAnd houndsAwl
And silent into the summer night the raiders tramp trampaway t8mpaa trampaway
away awayFor aa awaya
0 C S S C C S SPor
For this 1s the law 1 of feudal days the law for one oneand oner oneand
r and ail ailThat aJ1That altThat
That whoso wJa so llveg 1Iv on qn tha thoiq teBaronslandmuet Baronsland 11Puet must answer the theBarons theBalOfts the13rons
Barons aeTl aeTlAnd ih ihAid > 1A
And A d whoso wq O lives on the Barons land landMay 1nclYay landMay
May feed feeis as he htfwlUat hewill willat at the Barons hand handBut handBut handBut
But whaso wh so feeds at the Barons hand must hold him himthe himthe himthe
the Barons thrall
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electrics glow glowAt glnwbatJn gLDwAd
At hat batJn Jn hand without they stand bJtrjftjietB IsdJ1 Ieh I alt altfc iJ iJM1 Iaa
a row rowAnd rowAnd
a fc And M1 the th hurrying Yhl clerks through thnngh thegfflairf tl e I pWiailg dOors deorpass aeot1s dOorspass
pass swiftly to and fro froAnon rOnon fvoAnon
Anon non he paceth p8c th the room 1 on MAU he waUihaCk wateh UM tMtk tMtker IMk IMkr tIskor
er r wheel wheelUncoashigly wheelUnc wheelIlitcoasingly
Uncoashigly Unc 8smgly rattle the tl1 pries of Mp Iop of Copper CopperSugar CopperugarU Copperugar
Sugar ugarU ugar and Steel SteelAnon SteelAnen SteelAnon
Anon lie turneth the newsslips ne SsUp oer as they tH tell o of the thelatest thelatest thelatest
latest deal dealAnd cleald dealAmd
And d now lie pressfth pre sth a 8 button bpttonezie en of a glittering Up UpAfar U Uf4r lipe lipeAfar
Afar there ringeth a tinkling bell and there theceslMtWlth theceslMtWlthtbe sJ slwdtb slwdtbthe 6w th ththe
the Magnates sign signTheScrivener Jgn JgnThe 1gnThe
TheScrivener The Scrivener jumpeth as rings rl the tbebelt bell beltTl1e
4 The Scrivener jumpath jUt1ptlhh4 juppaihljkiiw h e kBawa JiW full fJtUWIt fJtUWItO wel welTiO I IWho
Who TiO O jumpeth not at the Magnates bell hfe Id punish pttnlskment PlJtlskment punishmeat
ment is condignl condignr condignShe
frehelIagnate r f 1
She rehelIagnate Magnate is ware of f the thScrlve Ssrlvener peoeil t and an book bookIn bookIn bookin
In hand handKWho handIWho handtIWho
KWho may they be wlth without ut emoth hfe that beyond totyondny beyondmy
ny portal stand standGo 5tan 5tanGo
Go seek seekme me their businesscut b bucinese ln eut and aJMl4 am ojulek 1 k return 1fbtm for JorWy forwr for forcommend
Wy wr command commandThe commnndThe z zThe
The Sertwner Serh Rer hath bled him tiJrpk fIrik Sh 8 d l a sn oa in the theouter theenter theouter
outer haIl hallHe haIlIe > 7 7Ho
He swiftly passoth from one On to one attr a loarsotit the Uieneed then theneed
need n of all allQhl allccnu allQ
ccnu Qhl Q many t ri Y the needs of f i Otnalt wj U < f p 9 r e n the unate theid Mjc MjcAnd
nate ea1l0i c f4 f4r f4Bd
r
And id now returns the ut erlvanerrj erinMr crIver crIversgid lHjeii to tehear tehearstlid hoar hoarsaid
said he heThis he heThis j jiTlIlsfs
iTlIlsfs This Is his name name aiW a d this his state and a thIs Is each eachones eachones eit eitorteg
ones plea pleaAnd jileeAnd l lAnd
And the t e Magnate hears the Serireaer ner read the list listfrom 1istfrom hotfromAtoZ
from fromAtoZ A to Z ZThis ZThis S SThis
This one an alderman asketh loan of diiHsrs an anhundred anbundred anhundred
hundred score scoreWhere sc scoreWhere re reVb
Where Vb ire be my ordinance I pray The aldernma 1Q IMth IMthno hit1lno istbno
no more moreTill moreTIll
Till signed and sealed s ltd ht mmaI1Rdi mmaI1RdiMy m hand il S t tMy e eMy
My terms to him are C O i iWhat m mW1Jat > iWhat
What doth he take me for forI quoth lie Avauntj Aaunttshow 9 9show go goahon
show him the doer doerThte doorTble doerTils
Thte Senator next > t doth crave a boon for r behold beholdh beholdhlances his htefences hisfences
fences fail failWhat railYhaU fullWhatl
What shall I buy him his seat agojn T Success I pay payon pa paon payon
on toe tb tile nail nailt 11al1bt
t BUt bt naught fW Ir naligltt t is nty golden rule ruleWhat ruleWhat
What craftsman crtlftsmnk kafceth e lt11 tt al htoken ken tool tsuiFor toolFor tonif tonifFor
For failure fa faYetil payeth Yetil alone the 1 tool and what t shall a it itavail ItCometh Itarallr I
avail availCometh arallr I S SCometh
I IwaitOf Iwait
Cometh the Manager of the nilhIld mlU U inea still dIe I41ewait
wait waitLet waitOf waitOfLet waitLet
Let them hunger awhile till they tbeytto flo ifar my wlff i1lst a d tfeilr tfeilrinsolence jOir jOirinsolence r rinlolelMe
insolence abate abateerchancevheh abateerchanee v vPerchance
Perchance erchancevheh vfteii the whklltag IILeaWk 6af rgake kej 1 1And Jly JlyAnd
And the women shiver shl shlTheyll and a ptildreti drest cfsg cfsgTheyll cy cyTheyll
Theyll own o1fnthat that master mAst er of all am I j Jr oep P loefced Joe1teclMad Iocketndbarred ad adbarred
barred lTec the gate gateAnd gateAnd te teAnd i
And thus the tI1 C Scrivener r calls s the roll as they the stand standwithout standwithout
without in the hall hallBanker hallBaJIktr haIl1ink9r
Banker Broker B ker and President Pftt8I and MeceJMcnt iIe t great and andJr MIdsmell andsnlL I
smell snlLC
C S W 9 3 5 Jit 5 S SFor I
Jr thIs tbls Is t the law of f the latter day dayThat dayThat i iThat
That whoso tketh ta eth the Magnates pay payShall payShall payShall
II Shall own the right of The e Magnates sway Ia and hold bolthim holdhim I
him the Magnates thrall
I3NVOI I I
< 5 a > I IThus I IThus
Thus ru runs ns the La Law amid d the Law s shall run n un the Earth In its course Is atl11 1 I IAnd
And Ute Age Age lrrYlftk one by one th the CuP of TIme shall fill fillho fillrhatwhoso
rhatwhoso ho JvhD8o dteth t tll an antbei4 tberfs brad dall do that others In WillS I IJ
S 5
J < c 1 < c c >
S ioiNG OUN J
jlAHE HEX it com comes to occupying uYI uYIon space spaceon spacevv
UWHE vv on a street car Just let m me tell tellyou tellycu
you that the manbesmyhyinpe manbesmyhyinpethy manbasmy sympa > sympathy ¬
th thy every e ever rt time Impre Impressively slvs3y exclaimed exclaimeda
a 4 Fourteenth Foute nth street car c r conductor one
attampon ft pQQt1 last week
Now just by b way wa of f iHustratIont ao aooe none
oe the large woman Wo n sianflWfr st1Jlui l fnstea fnstea9ecaus0 rQst izistetvepuee e efiO
9ecaus0 tvepuee fiO a poor timid little rosh 2n feljsd t lJ
to rssn r n his bt seat to her4 her a p p Bp spuoc P84 o she shecouldnt shecouldu she00uu30
couldnt 00uu30 t t have squeezed into to save her
life tif and she he knew it itthp the large womanin woman an anIn
in order to make the little man feel feelstood feetcheaper
cheaper than 30 cents determInedh
stood in front of him for the distance distanceef
ef t tea blocks bJ CS and iniiieted every er Known Knowntorture friJon friJontortue KnowntOrture
torture from smothering SIUOtherln him witft IUt Ji el eluggrilNl baraggeeslve r raggrifissive
aggrifissive lve bundles bundl down to standing
on O hisTfeet his feet Finally she was the iup iupof swus swusof tus tusOf
Of ndlag ndla1 ndLa tIe whole ear into > roars of oflaughter t tlawghter flaughter
laughter Th The little man manendeavored endeavored endeavoredto
to get et up The Th large woman Woman thought thoughtit
it waa to at last give eher her his hi seat I Icold u ucofti
cold storage tones she said I bag bi you yousir yousir youkeep
sir keep your seat I have stood for forten tOiten or orten
ten blocks and I am perfectly able a le to toataod toetalXl tostand
stand the th rest of the way And the theshrinking theshrinking
shrinking snrnkl man was fairly shoved back backinto bukintQ backInto I
into his hi seat seatAt EOOtIt seatM
At M the he end of the rest r Qt < hJwk blkhtttritd blkhtttritdget Iw tried triedto triedto
to get up again Iris attempt meeting meetingwith JMettagwith meetingwith
with some such sue rerorlw ae a before bef01tJut from fromthe meathe
the big woman womanDllt womenButlwant j
But Butlwant I want to S pt t off whinod Ute Oielittle theThen
little felloW felkrtvThen felloWThen
Then everybody laughed except the thehirge thelarge
large woman womanVllsbingto Wa9hInston Post PostThe P t tt tThe
0 0The t
The waking hours of G Otto KniPP KniPPwere Kruppwere Xcnppwere
were spent in thinking of schemes schemeswhereby schemeswhereby chtmelfwllereby
whereby be ie might get rich qujclfi A Athe Athe 4s 4sthe
the owner own r of an eightmile railroad r r froad be bewas hewas
was a person of o considerable con erable local 10 l im importance lamortance ¬
portance fn the Pennsylvania G German Germansettlement rman rmansettlement
settlement where be resided residedOne residedOne I
One morning when Mr M Krupps brain brainwas brainwas brainwas
was particularly active it occurred to toim tohim
him im that by sending passes pa es Oar his hteroatl hisToad I IToad
I IroadS
Toad to the presidents of the big rail railroads railroads ¬
roads of the country he might m ight rac re receive receivecomplimentary C < iv ivcomplimentary
complimentary passes In return Title Titlewould Thisyould Titlewould
would enable him to see something of ofthe othe ofthe
the world at comparatively small ex oxfense x j
pense and such pastes p ie3 as he could not notnile notUse j
use personally he could dispose ofad ofadvantageously of ofadvantageously a4 a4vantageousb
vantageously Jlr Krupp lost no time tJmeIn timeI timeIn
I In getting letterheads etterJtea a printed with his hfeovn hisown binown
own name in large typ type as president presidentTitan J JThen ITbMt
Then he sent R A passes p ses broad broaciast breedcast j
cast ast and awaited results f resulteOne u1t8 u1t8One j
One hot afternoon a o flushed repre representative representative remrasentative ¬
sentative of a big western road walked walkedinto waUtedinto walkedInto
into JJr Kn KnIPP pp > office and said Id he had hadbeen 1uIdbeen hadbeen
been all over town looking for r the un H Hsaid BA
A railroad and could net find It He Hesnid I Isaid
said he h was sent from Philadelphia to toInvestigate totnvembate toInvestigate
Investigate before the company issued issueda ed eda
a pass over its entire line lineIt lineIt lineIt
It Is chust outside of town townfive five Min Minutes MJnutes mitti4es ¬
utes valk alk explained Mr Ir Kmpp suave suavely suaveb suavely ¬
ly
How long is your road asked the therailroads t therailroads e erai1road
railroads representative representativeAbout representatIoAbout representativeAbout
About eight miles I tInk tInkThunder tInkThunderl Ink InkThun4erI
Thunder You dont expect ex t us to toexchange toOx toexchange
exchange Ox h nge passes P SfJeS with a road like that thatdo thatdo
do you ou the representative demanded demandedangrilyv d demandedangrily
angrily Why Wh we have SttOO i 000 miles of ofroad ofroad
road roadVeil Veil answered Mr Ir Krupp l 1UPP draw drawIng drawbur drawlug otl
bur himself up with an air Of f offended offendeddignity o ofe3de4dIgnity ndecl ndecldignity
dignity maybe my road aint so long longas
as yours QUr5 but its chust as wide wideTbe witieLtppincotts Ide IdeLtpplncottS
LtpplncottS LtpplncottSTh
00 00The
The Th agent and operator at the little littlestation littlestation littlestation
station said the train vr was as s late latet latethat latethatwas that thatwas t tWIlS
was all he knew about It He couldnt couldnttell couldnttell uldnt uldnttell
tell when it would lie alcpg alcpgIn al pg pgIn
In the diminutive waiting room sat Bettwo eattwo
two men menOne menOne ep epOne
One was wa ii commercial traveler tTv ler For Formore Formore Formore
more than an hour he had tried trJedto trJedtoamuse to toamuse toamuse
amuse himself by readings newspap news newspaper newspapertwo r rtwo
two or three days old He bad read readeverything roadeverything I
everything in it including the railway railwayadvertisements railwayadvertisements
advertisements market reports list listof listofmarrJage ot otmarriage ofmarriage
marriage licenses and court courtreClJrds records recordsThe recordsThe I
The other was was a shabby looking man manWith manw manwith
With w th a straggling 5t n mustache m1 ache Jldumn and n tan tancolored tancolored
colored c overcoat with It11 bulging Dockets Docketsand pocketsand Qcke i
and a a liberal spattering of grease spots spotsHe s spotsHe OtsHe
He had made several attempts to b bchummy be beChuIn bechummy
chummy U but his overtures had failed failedto
to awaken awak en any an y responsive enthusiasm enthusiasmThe enthusIasmThe enthusiasmThe
The commercial traveler yawned laid laidthe laidthe
the paper down went out and wlalked wlalkedup alkeclup aIked aIkedup
up and down the platform pl tformfor for ten or orfifteen orfifteen orfifteen
fifteen minutes minutesThen miRuteaThen mInutesThen
Then he came back ba k and sat at d dwa dwaagain dwaagain w wagain
again againMighty Mighty tiresome tfr ome waltin for brain brainaint waf wafaint lesionaint
aint It ventured the other man manUhhulj manUhhuh manUkhuh
Uhhulj UhhuljTrouble UhhuhTrouble UkhuhTrouble
Trouble about these deepo < agents is isthat isthat Isthat
that they dont care when the train traincomes tnL1ootnef traincomas
comes They wouldnt turn their hands handsover haBd6ever handsover
over to find out Theyd just as Ref a afeller afeller afeller
feller would stay sta here all day as not notUhhuh OtUbhuh notUkhuh
Uhhuh UhhuhIf
If that chap in there had any ac accommodation accommodation xccoinmodation ¬
commodation about him ho could fInd fiadout flDout fIndout
out in two minutes nIl about that train trainand vainand aln alnand
and if Its not going to be here her tor an anhour anhour anhour
hour or so a feller could go out and get getsomething getsoro getsomething
something soro thlng to eat eatUhhuh eatUh eatUhbuli
Uhhuh UhhuhTheres Uh UhbuliTheres hul1 hul1Theres
Theres an eatin house about a aquarter aqU1rt4tr aquarter
quarter Of a mill 1l from fTOp here where wh whteller a afeller aoiler
teller can get a pretty prettpood good meal for a aauarter aQuarter actuarter
Quarter auarterNo QuarterNo ctuarterNo
No response responseIts responseuU responseIts
uU Its a doggene shame weve we gpt to towait tait towait
wait ait here all this time whan wl1 n the u umay tjsJIa tjsJIamay trmim trmimmay
may not come along for two or tare tarehours three threehours threehours
hours aint It ItHuh itJIuh itHuh
Huh HuhUI HuhI 1 1HI
HI I say sa Its a dogrgonfr dog OM Shade dhftmouteat weVe weVegut f fget <
get to toU1thuh to toUbhub >
U1thuh U1thuhTh UbhubThore
Th Thore r was 8 silence lIt Ce ofie f everl ralpI ralpIutMj ihi ihintej
uteat and then the man vtftin 1tc tI1 thtfgros thtfgrosspotted the re espQttod e espotted
spotted overcoat tried a sln slnAint alnAint ln lnA1nt
Aint very sociable like Ul ik arc nr yeS yeSNo yerNo ye yeNo
No response reeponeeMaybe responseMaybe responseMaybe
Maybe youre too big a men to toi te8Pa tospeak
i speak 8Pa k to common folke folkeHuh folkeHuh folksHuh
Huh HuhI HuhIsay
I Isay eay ea maybe your too big < a wan wanUhhuh manUhhub
> I
Uhhuh ocUhhubYou UhhuhYou UhhubYou
You neednt think youre otle the whole wholecheese Whelecheese wholecheese
cheese Theres other people in the theworld theWorld theworld
world besides you U Bver JBv er hear of ofman a aman aman
man that travels up and down th throad UtillJ UtillJread tIiWJread
read a good deal and rides froe half halfthe bOltthe I Ithe
the time because the conductor all allknow u uknow 11know
know him himman man they call Dirty Shirt ShirtHuddles ShirtHuddleston ShIrtHuddleston
Huddles Huddleston HuddlestonYes ton7 ton7Yes 7 7Ye
Yes Ive heard of himWell him himWell Im ImWell
Well thats me meWith meWith meWith
With a scornful glance at the ann ocramereisl O Omerclal annmorcial
mereisl traveler ly arose stalked stalkedtfoiu stalkedtfoiuthe stalkedromthe frowa frowathe
the waiting room and walked back Ad Adforth andfnrtk ad adforth
forth on the station tatlOn platform with the themajestic tltemajt themajestic
majestic tlc manner of a superior supe r being beingUK bongtbO
UK 110 had been be n compelled by bJthe the ii i i1ence inse inselence tf tflence
lence of a groundling to 0 assert A t hint hlats htntsdf hinteli
s sdf eli Jf
0 r 0Chicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneThe Trtb TrIbuneThe t I IThe
The late Dr Emily P Bobbins nobblnsuto RobbInaupo4 RobbInaupo4to uj d dto
to tell a story of a hypochondriac hYIloch ndrlac and andhis fWdhis andhis
his cure cureAt cureAt cureAt
At Fort Madison Madl on where I first fir prnc prnctieed praeUcec1 prueticied
tieed she said there wa VN a hypoch hypochondriac h1POChondrlac hPpnahondriac ¬
ondriac of great wealth whom a friend friendof
of mine a a Dr Gray G attended attendedBorne attondedSome attendedsome
< Some days thJd th hypochondriac would wouldthink wouldthink OUldthink
think himself a tea pot Again he hewould hewould hewould
would be a kettle or his legs would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be turning into glass Ho was alto altogether QItogeth Sitegether ¬
gether geth r a trying subject to deal with withFinally withFl withFinally
Finally Fl aUythe the limit was reached for when whenthe whentM whentlee
the doctor asked a ed him how he felt he hesaid HsaId beeald
said gruffly grufflyHow grufflYErow gruillyHow
How do d I feel Why Wh I dont doD t feel feelat feelatall at atalL atall
alL rm dead rye been dead several severalhours lievern1Jtours severalhours
hours How can a dead man feel feelDr feelr feelrDr r rDr
Dr Gray determined to humor him himHe himHe 1dmHesaid
He Hesaid HesaidS said saidYes saidY
S Yes Y t1 you OU are dead sure ur en9ue en9ueCome 1n On4ugM On4ugMCOme u uCome
Come ii lip stairs and be laid Out Well Welltend Wellienti II IIend
tend for the undertaker undertakerThe uncl undertakdrhe rtaktr rtaktrl
l The he e patient P8 dent consahted lhough t Outl1W11 iyIUt iyIUta wlt tJl tJla i ia
a rather uneasy look and got go Uitohed Uitohedttret inlo ihtettetisrrot > Red RedstfreteWntr
stfreteWntr ttret hlng himself out In a stiff stifflIke COrnee COrneellke tfpe tfpelike
like attitude attitudeThey attituderhey attitudeThey
They dre dressed efl him in grave gravectQ clplhes clplhesV clpIhehtm 1 4 4htm
V htm fn a coffin placed pla ed flovvers fi VitS in inthree iUtJleroom Iptil
tJleroom til room and then admteg rO or orthree t tthree
three at a time his old oldfrt friends friendsThese Irl n nTbesehnlng nde ndeThese
These Tbesehnlng having been ported gazed a3e at atthe atthe t tthe
the corpse and an shook their heads headsfadly headsfI3dl headsvadly
fadly fI3dl
fadlyAh Ah 11 on one would It1Id say s 3 so lies ttead tteadat tKQdat tkMidat
at last eh Wvll WdlJ a srealcr grea ter villain YII I1 ncv ne ner pcvr
r 11 ljviL
He H mu m must t have died d eahar4 el hard hardnouia QOIIIIfr QOIIIIfro1Jnt notqrwould
would o1Jnt bUln Tnortrtur ur uThe They say 7 the thedie tiledie liI liIdie
die hard always alwaysA alwaysthird
A third t lnl friend trte exclaitned He ii olpt mat mated > t te4 te4
e4 me in one GIlt o et t of u m j leaned leanedthe n d
the money to him wlthottt security securityand ecurlt ecurltaJtd Securityasd
and he pretended < be bad never evt received receivedAt
it itAt
At this the he hypochondriac Itypoc eat t up in
his coffin coffinYo eaGtnY cOttaYou
Yo Y You lie George be It Mid bitterly
But Dr Q oy y pushed dill w back backwhispering backwblcpet1 backwhispering
whispering wblcpet1 to him to remember he was as
dead deadBut dea J
But when the old and trusted ser servant ccvrant r ¬ t tT
rant T t said to him to a loud voice Well Wellthe Wt Wellthe > II IIthe
the old curmudgeon curmn is gone and lam lamglad 1 8m 8mgl urnglad
glad gl < cl of it the hypochondriac JIy bondriac could couldcontain eouldcent couldcontain
contain cent Ju himself no longer He H leaped leapedout < l lout lGut
out of the coffin and eeixed the servant servantby Sternntby servantby
by the throat throatYou throatYou throatYou
You scoundrel ecou rel he esclaimed T TBut r rat 7Thu
But a gnat at shout of laughter laughktent laughterwent laughterwent
went ent up the patient seemed s > emec for the thefirst th thlinK theOvet
first time to reaMse his folly he turned turnedand turnedand urnedand
and went oat for a want 8iK and never neveragain nc neveragain > r ragatll
again did he permit his hypochondria hypochondriato
to make a fool of him b hImBoon Boston Bo Poet PoseThe PoetThe
0 0The
The bad man rarely eomee to tocountry fee feecountry 1 1country
country circus clrc intending to be bad He Hemerely BeJnerel 1emerely
merely desires de lre to give some rein to t a alulwal aIaat1Ira1 a anatural
natural spirit of humor Three or four fourof f fot fongof
of them wm drift 4 ttt it in tosther t and as p
they move around the cbopped shav shavings aha ahaIn sbavtogs ¬
togs In of the menagerie tent it I is evident eide t
from the fine abandom of their gait
that they t have primed themselves for forthe forthe
the busin business with lth all thoroughness thoroughnessChawbacon tborougbneChwlMicoR thoroughnessChawbacon
Chawbacon Sid br1Q brings s the ether to tohalt tohaJt tohat
halt before the HOB cage Stop right rightthem
here boys stop I1pt bare Ive Iveto got gotto
to go In there and Omoon a fewaft fewaftthem w wthem
them animate tak And once I get their
jaws j open Tm goln to reach down do dolItUe dow a alittle alittle
little and jest pull em plum pi inside etstiThats etsti
Thats what old Daniel should a a done
If Id a had the chance that that uthad sjist
had Id a done sometlrin you could c
blow on bra brass aboutBut aboutBut about aboutBut
But they the drag him I on Johnny the t
Woodbutcaer baling In < begun to wnori
tate powerfully toward the etepl etepltight ele eIephtt h hNo
No Now heres whe where YOU get ot to k
tight abolt of me he annovnees far
Ive had a hunch agen aponelepluuitl elephants ever eversince eftIsince evershire
since I was WHwMled whaled with a twohocee twohoceetug h htug twohomestug
tug for or not k kBowt ewiR how to spell elL esaI >
I could spare > lions but if you was to
let me loope on them eleptauite Id Idenure 14rhure Idrhure
rhure do em harmr bane Another ie I even evenmere vetimore 0 0pm1e
mere jocoee A As fur ae Im conaarjtoa con conId consar
Id j jcet t like Inc to rastle a few Jl1IO1fl iaatMt r rlike
like with that lopeared old butt eve
there tht Only Im right down scared sea 1 1might Jmight Imight <
might give tve him a fall tbmtd break breakcollarbone bin bincollarbone hiscollarbone
collarbone collarboneSo collarboneSo
So they birch on into the exhibttfem exhibttfemtent 8 lhKteIIlUtDt esblhKIatent
tent The animal men breathe tlae freely freelyagain tNebagain fr4yagain
again but the ushers ha the tJteDot arena areasde areasdehot 4 4not
not Frequently enough the UteIROp visitsjnt visitsjntstop visliostop
stop at the entrance toreh Now I Ireckon Ireekon Ireckon
reckon William one of them wm ju judieially letdieiahIy
dieially < assert er1hI I reckon I could Idqut s elmet elmetout et etout
out that shandelyecr abndeleerQulekern a be heap heapguiekern i > st tt ttguickern
guickern any man in this thMIdtfM tent tendde Hit Hitde
de dtfM e not lack far takers With earnest earnestemulation ent8Ittmulation earniltemulation
emulation they unlimber their Utetrtake gins and andtake s14take
take their turn By the time thn they eTextin ha lnextinguished r rextinguished
extinguished extin ished one luminary it is onlf onlfnatural oei oeinatural It ItDatural
natural that other equally enwioue enwiouecitizens eJtRtlocJtJzns ensissscitizens
citizens are shooting tlD at the rest tthem of ofthem Ofthem
them all the way down the line And Andthe AJMlthe Andthe
the circus people must either atop stopor them themor
or prepare to fight the audience wrath wrathfully wratJtfuny wrathfully
fully abellow on the benches neh What Whftfeevr 4Iev4t Whatever
ever side they choose It to generally geaecttJHrthe 1PeIR 1PeIRthe
the wrong one and sorrow is their t per pertion pertics 11
tics ticsIn i iJn
Uonrn Jn the south and west M show day W Wa fita te tea
a kind of hugely IIQ magnified court day dayEverybody tIqrEerybody dsyEverybody
Everybody is in town and all allbelligerents SMSbV SMSbVbelligerents SIIIIIJ1M1II
belligerents 1M1II Jlts iso s have be beft n g rumdlet gumebsgeach n faig SH SHeach k ka
each a other during the preceding wt wM1 w1 w1may tf tfmay 1 1may
may safely telY or unsafely count Hi Himeeting u umeeting uom uommeeting
meeting then In Nashville the m m malMt macircus r ra
a alMt r of a aeire circa once had the pteaauiJiS pteaauiJiSr ple 1 f fo
Pr r h htip Hnp np h Pmdtwn W 4 two men ll eta apart aPerthad ws wshad w1 w1bad
had whipped out their tb W weapons weposigh oft oftsight onsight
sight t in the middle of the crowd crowdthe crow crowthe crowdthe <
the entrance alleys He affcertmpMr affcertmpMrlearned afte atterlearned
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