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4 THE SALT LAKE HERAia lIER iran L1 > SUNDAY SL NDAY MARCH T 20 201904 2 1904 qo SECTION TWO o f
THE SAW LAKE HERALD BERAIDPublished
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POLITICS AND HO POSITIONS POSITIONSR POSITIONSP
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P D R CTICAULY ALL of th ths new city cityofficials cityo
I officials o lclals have taken charge of their theirplaces theirplaOliJ theirpIcei
places In the municipal government governmentNUiunalljCthora governmentNt governmentTuit1lhoru
NUiunalljCthora Nt iuMtI tthQre rs much concern among amongtht amongtIKI amongthe
the minor employee emplo He to what is to tobecome tobeeome tobeeome
beeome of them A greatmany peatm great maiy J y seem seemto seemt
to t take It for granted that they will wmbe willbe willbe
be discharged dl eka1 ed because they are Re Republicans RepubllCtlnB Repubucans ¬
publicans and that Democrats will be beselected beselected beselected
selected to fill their places The Her Herald JIeral Eeraid ¬
aid al hopes the ne new > r department dopartment heads JieadsT heads headstft1tiinjv headsjit
T tft1tiinjv iflft mSsra thUIlo1 liio j ow lji intliffe ln thr respoot respe t tbzor A Aminor Amlwr
minor bzor employe who W1O is competent and andfttlthCul tndfldthliul andfIthu1
fttlthCul phobia not lose 10Kehisposition 10Kehispositionmerely his position positionmerely poiltionEnrecy
merely fbr tpolitleal < p9litie l reasons reasonsIt
It to 1 but fair that heads of depart departments departtne departmit ¬
ments tne mit be peimltted e niItted i1 to t Ih6thl hetfalf their theirown thelrwn theirown
own wn selections selocU ns In the more important importantphicw Importantpbtc importantlT3S
phicw pbtc under t them em because they are arereiM arere arerenlbIi
reiM re renlbIi e nbla lblo for the conduct cond uct of the de deimrtmehtsi de1Ntrtmehts tieprtmeht
imrtmehtsi But The Herald sees see no nogool nogool I
gool inaasani OOns p why wh a stanograjther a adnrfught QdniugJ1tJm aiz1ug1tsman
dnrfught dniugJ1tJm man a clerk a third or fourth fourthdeputy f fourthdepiit
deputy depiit a ilraman or u policeman policemanshouia policemanshouhlue policemanshoultl
shouia shouhlue b lie discharged d1 dtchared nrJfed on account of ofhl oCb ofliii
hl b liii politics Bflloiant 1 ftloJont service cannot eannotbe cannotbe
be seaEda se dd Jhani employes know Imo that thattheir thntth thattheir
their th 1r tenure t 1 re ofofllce d o ofilce tce depends entirely entirelyupon entlrebpontl entirelyupon
upon pontl th th1r ir ability RbJllt to perform political politicalservice pollUoalS4Mee poittloalservge
service serviceWe S4Mee servgeWe
We 8 re glad to endorse the straight straightoutdeclaration straightoutJ1ee1flrtlon straightouL4lekution
outdeclaration of Fire Chief By J3ywnter J3ywnteron water wateron
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on this subject Chief Bywater has hasgone hasguns hasgone
gone jon 01 record as a saying Sln he will have haveno haveno haveno
no polities In his department If I Ithought IUaousht Ithought
thought that politics would control < me meIn meIn meIn
In the t ftljalrs l tlrs of this deparjim department nt said saidlie saidhe ald aldhe
he y I i would ioul go back to the Z C M MI lrI MI
I and oil the engine We Yc must mustpull mustpull mustpill
pull together for the benefit of this thisdepartment thisd thisdepartment
department d rtment and the welfare of the thecity thecltr thecitI
city citI That tl wt t talk lK has the true rIng xingrIt rIngIt
It mean that if the firemen do their theirduty theirduty theirduty
duty they Ute need have no fear o at losing losingtheir I
4 their positions But if The Herald Heraldeould Heroldeould Heraldcould
eould control the matter It would dis discharge discharge diecharge ¬
charge every man who goes arovfnd to tohis tohis thhis
his friends In the council and else elsewhere elsehere elsehere ¬
where here seeking to bring pressure to tobear to1ear toIear
bear on Chief Bywatfcr Dywat r to retain him himThe hftnThe himThe
The suspicion that he is not doing doing11hfs doinghf doingItta
hfs hf fuirduty tuWautymust must inevitably attach attachto
to t the man who ho uses his political politicalfriends polJtlcalfriends politicalfriends
friends as weights to hold him in plaqe plaqeThe JlaqcThe plaqeThe
The manwho J1149n who cannot hold on through throughthe
4 the foroe of his > Individual merit dee d0enot deenot
1 not deserve to hold on And the man manwho manwhe manwho
who has 1Ms time to run aroun around seeing the theIMriUlciane theIKtlIClllllon thepeil1eiana
IMriUlciane doesnt have jIWG time to do his hiswork 1t1 1t1work hiswork
work properly He should be given an an8bundtne anIIhuny au ausbudanee
8bundtne IIhuny nee of time in which to tnllc tnllcpolitic utlkpollUes tulkpulttlcL
politic politicTo pollUesTo
To th these ee friendly remarks rem rks The Her HeralQ HerIde
alQ 5 desires to add a little advice to tothe tothe tothe
the new department heads The pub public Dublie publie ¬
lie aye Is upon you ou gentlemen If Ifyou IfOuPIoe Ifyou
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you OuPIoe = prove unworsthyof unwonth ot your our trusts the thepublic theJUblic thepublic
public will Ul not be long iji I discov discovering tllscoetInk dlscooering ¬
ering etInk your unworthiness and as sure surems surewight sUreas
ms nightis wight i8 night and day Is day da you youHl youm yout1i
Hl regret r gret the moment you decIde to toaccept to8CaeJt toOCCSIt
accept the esponslbilitles you have haveshouldered haveahouldere I
shouldered sho ldered Salt Lake expects every everyone ceryone
one of Its senants to do his duty tlut We Webelieve WebelWve I IbeU
believe beU every eer one of you ou will m measure measureup me measureup sure j jup
up to t tho highest standard of efficiency efficiencyand I IalMI
and we do not want to be compelled compelledtochange compelletltq
tochange tq ohange our opinion opinionTHE opinionTHE opinionTHE
THE WAR IN OHIO OHIOHiE OHIOR1tPUBLICAN
0 rFHfE HiE REPUBLICAN R1JP 3LICAN road in Ohio Ohl is isextremely Isli Isis
li extremely e tremel rocky these days Two Twocontentions Twon11on81o Twoeinnt1ons
contentions n11on81o to nominate candidates for forc forreM forseac
c seac sres reM ajnl jid d delegates to the national nationalconvention national nationalcn10n iationalcnVenUOn
convention cn10n have ave been held thus far farand fartwo
and 1141 two splits have resulted The TheDick TheDlel TheD1e14
Dick < men have bolted Koraker and andUe antlute andt1e
Ue ute Foraker men have bolted Dick the thel theJtitw the1tt4r
rtter Jtitw l being referred to strangely strangelyeough strangeletIOugh strangelyeaough
eough by the Associated Asso < < lated Press as asITilplnoB asIJIJlbJln08 asiriflpinoe
ITilplnoB We have always under understood underood unders ¬
stood ood the word Filipinos to mean meanyeoite meanJMOPM meanI
s I
yeoite p o ie who whoar are agin the government governmentNow goernmentNoW governmentw
Now w the Fdwiker F raker men are distinctly distinctlyfar dlstlnctlfer
far f r the tit government governmentThp goemmentThJr gouernmentTh
Thp Th basis ba Is of the fight Jtt in Ohio is pat patronage patrenaJj ¬
4 ronage rona Since the death of o Senator SenatorHanmfr SenatormanDllr SenatorHftnnO
Hanmfr Senator Forak Fonlkr r has absolutely a i lut1
C GpntroTj ntroJfI d the federal patronage in inQhloi Inahlo inOhio
Ohio He lI > controlled the larger part partof partat partof
of 1C 1 before SenatorHanna Senator Hanna died and andalnca andJlblee andaIzic
alnca the aoofesion of RooseVelt The TheBH TheiHok
1 iHok BH IeIG people lire re anxious to secure some someajcttons somens someet1ins
ajcttons et1ins ns of the jH pie They Te refuse to tobs tobe tobe
be Happy until they get it and the thehidlrtrstlons thetJtdtllllUons theIdiUons
hidlrtrstlons tJtdtllllUons are that tho war is to be beaarriad beeurfnd beoarrfhcl
aarriad into every Ohio district districtThe districtTho dlstrI t tho
The ho struggle stru gle is one ujKHa which the theDemocrats theJiem theIDemocrat
Jiem Democrats crats can afford to look with tvithrf withr4ct withprfct
prfct > > rf r4ct ct equanimity oqu nlmity It will not make makeQt makede makefaa
Qt de slightest f difference to thorn wheth whethot whethat whetho
ot o ffonator Dick or Senator Foraker Forakerapportions Foraker8Iportlons Forakersport1ons
apportions the Ohio offices What does doesO doesde doesxde
O xde ide a difference is that if the Re Republicans RapUblfcans Republicans ¬
publicans insist on nominating two twoCinifldates twoJndld8W twootnthdatos
Cinifldates for congress c ngress in every ever dis distalet dISt dintiot
talet t Iet some of the Demooratlc nomi nominoesAre nomlnoesare noinifl045
fl045 noesAre are Qdrtain Q8 t ln to be elected a con consummation con84nnmaUon cons4nnflrntion ¬
summation devoutly to be hoped for foraRmwrtly fortnb forrnotly
aRmwrtly tnb to be desired W Ve need needs needsQm needsqm
sQm sqm s mtf Democratic congressmen from fromQlrto trom1tIo
Qlrto QlrtoIAS 01110Aa 1tIo 1tIoAs
IAS As Cur as the Republican presiden presidential presidenHal ¬
1 Hal Jiomlnatlon Is concdcned the re result result rosuit ¬
sult will nl not be affected whether tho thoKick thoJ1Hek theDck
Kick Or o Ufd tl ii FOraker F raker delegates detlg tes arc arcseataO giro girose8tti aieseeti
seataO Bbth Bqtb sots are arebeing being instructed instructedWvete instructedt1
Wvete t1 vote for r r tha t1 ft nomination of Pros President Prosdent 1 1I ¬
I dent entnoosee1L Roosevelt Thought The fight may maymake maymakeIt make makejtgrtfat makeIt
It It jtgrtfat grcfat deal of difference dIttO eMce in the result rosulttJf resultelectIon
91 jtilfc tJf election Tlje Tl1 T1 t Oldk bI > ldk men arenot arenotat
at alt 1 friendly frJ hdl to President Roosevelt RooseveltThey5 RooseeltThe RooseveltTheYwIil
They5 The TheYwIil will vote ote to nominate him simply simplybecause simplybecaUse simplyd
d because nobody else has a chance chance to toland toand toland
land the naminatlen naminatlenIf nomlnatlIf
If thay thq thoyeurereftised rnrarefiised rereti Ied scnts sCJ 1nthe con convention convantIoJ conention ¬
vention they may go home with knives knivesconcealed knlesi knivebconcealed
concealed about their persons and they
i
1n Tny idy y use 115 se those knives with great greatTOCIt fo forocity forocity
rocity TOCIt along a ng t toward id election OieC ll time It Itis Itisnot Itis
is isnot not such 2luch1 41 n wild stretch of theim theimagination the 1m 1magtnatlo fmaglnation
agination L as s It would woul have h ve seemed scem d a ayear acrear nyear
year or two iwoagoto ago to say S y there tl there ere Is a bare bareoutside baroutside bhroutside
outside possibility p that If I the Demo Democrats Democrats Democtuts ¬
crats nominate the right kind of a can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate Ohio may ma go DomQCratlc So Soheres Soheres Sohems
heres more power Jower to both the Dick and andthe andthe andthe
the Foraker factions May their quarrel quarrelbecome quarr quarrtbecome l lbecome
become so Vicious that they cannot be bereconciled bere bereconciled
reconciled reconciledMAY re reconciled11AY oncJJed oncJJedMAY
MAY PRAISE NOT HOTBLAME HOTBLAMEGE BLAME BLAMEpENERAL SLAMErENERAL
pENERAL GE ERAL FRED D GRANTS haste hasteVJ hutato hutstJ
VJ to make impossible a misinterpre misinterpretation misinterpretation misinterpretation ¬
tation of his remarks about the presS presidency presSency fired fireddoncy ¬
dency ency and the president Of the Unit United United Unitj Unitjed ¬
ed States at ata a St Patricks PatdcksDay Day ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet In Chicago indicates indlcat that the fear feurof teurof fearof
of immediate retribution r was strongly stronglybefore stronglyberbre stronglybefOre
before him General G neral Grant Grant says he hewent hewont 1ueivent
went to the banquet unprepared to tomake tAamtlke tomake
make a talk that t at he found be was wasdown W8Sdown as asdown
down to respond to the toast The ThePresident ThePresIdent ThePresident
President of the United States and andthat andthat andthat
that he was greatly embarrassed there thereat thereat thereat ¬
at because he Is no speaker speakerHe sp speakrHe ak r rHe
He fears that while stumbling sturi blirig along alongas
as he was compelled to do he might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have said something that might be beconstrued beconstrued beconstrued
construed by evil minded persons as asa asn asa
a reflection on th tfld great anti good goodItoosevjalt goodRoosejllt goodBoosev1t
Itoosevjalt This Because e auseh he told the thebanqueters j jbanqueters I Ibanqueters
banqueters that tare tj ° experiences oXp rJe 1C s of ofsome ofsome I
some officers who l had d talked talkedmade made It ItImpossible ItImposSI1H ItImpossible
Impossible for fD1an any othar otJJ ter oflteers totalk to totalk totalk
talk about the president Note ote that thatGeneral thatGeneral j jGeneral
General Grant says say It is against the theregulations therogulations therogulatlous
regulations for fl tur au y military Officer to todiscuss todiscuss toliSCUSS
discuss the president or a fUY < ny civil of officer oCficer offleer ¬
ficer ficerXeveBtheles ficerNeeutheleSil fleerNeYeutheleSe
XeveBtheles lie does dlseuss dlll u9S the thepreeflSent U1 U1presm thepresftlOnt
preeflSent presm nt In his latest statement st ten1ellt lie Hegoes liegOes liegoes
goes so far as to say 88 that he has a apersonal npersonal atpersonal
personal attachment for fo him which whichwill Whlchwin vliieliwill
will neVer lI aever ver grow less les aiifl anything an > thlng that thatwould thatwou1dbe thatwoul
would wou1dbe i be said to indtoaie < that t t I was wasnot wonnot s snot
not his his warmest and uii mpst mp t de devoted otetl ad admirer admher adfuror ¬
furor would do r a afr9Pg Kvrong tvrog to tvmy any uy per personal perSOIIa persoial ¬
sonal SOIIa fee feeling In for toFtf tiheipres the iPr pr 5 ti gf chiefmagistrate chief chiefmagistrate hrefmnsstrate
magistrate of thg th United U ited States StatesCould StatesCouJ1 StatesCould
Could sycophancy go furthei urtler than thanthat thantha thanthai
that thai Wh Vh3o > N Jacoli iacol A Af Riis t1I UtlHntaelf UtlHntaelfcouldnt himself himselfcouldnt hiniselfcouldnt
couldnt have gushed more over oerRoose oerRooseU Jloose Jloosevelt
velt U GeneralGrant General Giant his hJ f gifen glte us an aninterpretation anInterpretation aninterpretation
interpretation of the army arm regulations regulationsthat
that we should be grateful toul for He Hesays Hesays
says almost in so many niany words that thatIf thatIf thatif
If army officers cannot slop over with withfulsome I IfuJsome ifujsome
fuJsome silly praise prnI e of the chief ex executive executive cxecutive ¬
ecutive they should renjain silent And Andthat Andthat Andthat
that Is probably the th Roosevelt nO evo1t inter interpretation interpetaUon interfretation ¬
pretation also alsoDiscussion alsoDiscussIon alsoDiscussion
Discussion of o the president means meanscriticism moonacriticism nean neancriticism
criticism of the president apparently apparentlyWe apparentbYe
We Ye have never heard that any officer oftlcerwas officerwas j jwas
was censured for telling an nudienQQ nudlenuethat audlenoej
that Roosevelt Is the greatesfand beBt b b t tvresldent tpresident j jpresident
president the nation natlonhas has ever had And Andsome Andsome Andsome
some some of us wouldhave would have have more nior respect respectfor respectfor respectfor
for Mr Ir Roosevelt if he would cut off oftthe offthe offthe
the compliments as well as the criti criticisms criticisms criticisms ¬
cisms cismsOn cismsOn 0 01D
1D 1DOn
On the question of paving Brigham Brighamstreet Brlghlmstreet Brlghtmstreet
street the vital point is not which plan planshould planshould planshould
should be aceqpted acc pt d1Jut but which can lje ljecompleted Q9completed b bcompleted
completed most quickly The Thcwork worlc worlcshould vaorltshould
should be b e done during this spring by byall hya1l byall
all means Brigham street this win winter winter winter ¬
ter has been a dt dTH flsgrace grace ace to Salt Laka LakaCity La LnkeCity l lCJt
City CJt It has been worse to travel Over Overthan ejer ejertItan er erthan
than an ordinary country road and andit anditIs It ItIs Itis
Is high time some progressive action actionwas aatlonwas actionwas
was taken Let us hope the theclty city jty jtygipeer en engineer englpeer ¬
gineer to whom the matter has hns been beenreferred been beenreferred beenreferred
referred will qujekly adopt dome ome plan planand planand planand
and that the proper pro > er authorities will willorder w1l1order willorder
order the t e work done doneNebraskas doneNebraskas doneNebraskas
Nebraskas vice Ice presidential candi candidate candidnte entailthtte ¬
date John I L Webstar Webst r called on thepresldeftt the thepresident thepresident
president yesterdays esterdo He was doubt doubtless doubtless doubtlees ¬
less assured that he would be most mostwelcome moatwelcome
1
welcome as a running nmnlngmate mate but that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the berth had already been assigned assignedto
Ito to Senator S nntor Fairbanks of Indiana and andthat an andthat 1
that political polygamy will not be tol tolera tolerateddurin tota
a era erateddurin crated tedduring during Jho ho present admlnlatira admlnlatiratlbn admlnla adminisUration ra ratlon
tlbn tlbnA =
A real jrenk freak story stor comes from Spo Spokane Spokane Spokane ¬
kane Twins wins were borntothe bornt i he wife of ofa otn ofa
a contractor and both father and andmother andmot1lter andmother
mother were keenly k e I disappointed dls ppolnt d No Noyoure Noyoure o oyou
youre you re wrong Not because of the twins twinsbut twinsbut twinsbut
but because the twins were not trip trIplets triplets
i lets Now what hat do you ou think of orthat orthatfor that thatfor thatfor
for a desire to stop this talk about race racesuicide rade radesuicide ra rasuicide
suicide suicidePrayer suicidePrayer suicidePrayer
Prayer meetings are to be held on onthe onthe onthe
the local mining stock exchange e ol1a 1ge during duringthe tluringthe duringthe
the closing days da of this month and the theopening theopening theopening
opening days of April Some people peopleare peoplenre peopleare
are inclined to think those brokers are arej arcpast arepast
j past praying for but maybe they theyarent the thearent theyarent
arent The prayer of the righteous righteousyou
you ou know avalleth much muchGovernor muchGovcrnor muchGovernor
Governor Vardaman rdaman of Mississippi Mississippihas lI1 8lsslppi 8lsslppihas
has vetoed vet > etl a bill carrying an appropri appropriation appropriation appropriation ¬
ation for the support sUPpoJtof of a negro ndr ndrmal n ndruual r rmal
mal school because ho does not be believe believe believe ¬
lieve lieve negroes negr es should shoqHI he educated ducnte If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the legislature is wise it will promptly promptlypass promptlypass promptlypass
pass the bill over thewelo theweloAccording the ivelo4a vela I IAccording
4a 4aAccording
According to census statistics statisticS for r for19Oi r
1903 Utah stood second se nd in the Inters Intersmountain 1nte1mountaIn Intermountain
mountain states in intho thb mitttar tPkttor of aorn aornraising Clomraising eornraising
raising third in wheat and fourth in inoats inoatH inoats
oats Not ot a bad showing that t a far a astate aStAt astatd
state that is best known for Its min mininc mintne mm mmlag
inc industry
4 4Another
Another Russian vessel has been beenblown leenlJloWt een een1nown
blown up UI by an uncharted unCJ artled Russian Russianmine RueeJanmine RussIanmine
mine Seems queer those Russian cap captains capthins p ptalns ¬
thins cant keep from desCrOymg desCr destr6SIiltlIdlr destr6SIiltlIdlrown rhs their theirown thdt r
I
own ships The Japs dont seem to tohave tohave tohave
have any trouble dodging dQdg1a the th submar subniarInc submarine ¬
Inc mines minesA
A Russian girl has sent sent to the bat battleship battleship battleship ¬
tleship Retvlzan R tlzan a mascot mascotlmagewhlqh mascotlmagewhlqhis Imagewhich Imagewhichis
is guaranteed to keep it trdm frOM all harm harmIn harmIn harmin
In the future utur A safer saC r plan woufil be befor bef befor
for f r the Retvlzan to steer qloar CSJoaro of f the theJapanese theJapanese th thJapanese
Japanese vessels vesselsIn esselsn
0 0In
In n answer to an inquiry > wy w v lllsay aIlisaythe tJIISltY tJIISltYthe lllsaythe
the Japanese diet is the national law lawmaking In Inmaking lawmaking
making body of o Tapan It has nothing nothingwhatever nothinghatmor nothingswhatever
whatever to do with lth cooKlagf coo cooifIticlthes IfSf classcs cl fics or orbills orbills orbills
bills of fare fareTrenton fareTrenton fareTrenton
Trenton New Jersey Terse has hR a man who whoclaims whoclajms 110 110clalms
claims he hasnt taken a drink of plain plainwater plainater plainwater
water ater for forty fortyears ort years ears Wouldnt Ken Kentucky Kentpky en ent ¬
tucky t ck be proud of that man manIfthe monItthe manI
Ifthe I the senatorswllh senatonf h only read care carefully carefully carefully ¬
fully the church literature Ih ritlJie that has hast hasbeen hasbeen
t been en sent them theymi the they m i learn some something something something ¬
thing to their advantage advantageUnavoidable adant acivantagUnavoidable g o I IG
G IJ IJUnavoidab1e
Unavoidable UnavoidableDetroit Unavoidab1eDetrOit UnavoidableDetrOit
Detroit Free Press Presshad Pr Presi s sI
I < i had a very vei unpleasant meeting me tlngt todl1 to today today ¬
day dl1 remarked McBride When he svdht svdhtshe 1 pt
homt homtOf1fe lii f Ie j
YOlU l9 dear a akef akefIt ked kedshe
she Sfi SfiIt
sheIt
It rtfaSrrt 1W i t a a man It was a note in inbank Inbanlc inbank i
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The champs were w rc greeted with applause applauseBy apptauseBy applauseBy
By the fight fans tatherett i therord thor thezeTwm thorTwill v
Twill be for blood said all because becauseTheyll becauseTheyll Ule UleThe
Theyll The 11 both bothc
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This Is a story that th t is Is vouched O ched for or
by a well known young society woman womanof w womanof man manot
of Salt Lake She went to Butte not
long longsln since to visit I1t friends and discov discovered dlscmered discovered ¬
ered several svera things among them being belngithat beinnthat
that the practice of taking a small
drink occasionally was more general in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Montana town than in Salt Lake
At the tlj houw > one fl evening eveningvas > enlng was a small smallparty smallpart smallparty
party part The Salt Mlt Lake girl was converg conver converIng conveztog ¬
ing with a young citizen of Butte who whowaa whowas
was 1 deeply and with Jt11 good Justification JustificationInterested justHJ justiflcatpninterested 9
Interested In the th fair Utah girl She Shementioned Shementioned Shementioned
mentioned the liquor question and andstated andst andsttted
st stated ttd that she he was w s strongly opposed opposedto
to drinking Without committing him hlmwlf himfJr himrclf
wlf absolutely absolutc > ly the young man gave her herclearly herclearly herclearly
clearly to understand that he too was wasone wasone wasone
one who detested the th corn In its liquid liquidform liqulform liquidform
form Just then another Butte young youngman youngman youngman
man who was wasbpsy busy preparing prel1 rlng refresh refreshments refrEshmonts refrcshmonta ¬
ments in the next room called out outHow outHo outUHOW
How Ho will 111 you have ave your whisky whi8K Sul Sullivan SulIwin Sullivain ¬
livan This Jarred Sullivan for a sea seoGLve seaphd seepltd
phd b but l Jm h cam ctm back stroni stroh and said saldSLve saidGLve
GLve me some > > ginger gingerale ate He wae wasrewarded waerewarded waerewarded
rewarded by an approving np rovlng glancefront glancefrontth0 glancpfromthSalt lanfromth
th0 th thSalt Salt Lake girl dud J d wasin wd1nl1eaven wd1nl1eavenfor heaven heavenfor 11eaent
for t a moment when l len a bellow was us heard heardlit
lit the next room room Ginger ale on the theside theside theside
side for Sullivan SuJli n Sullivan knew he hehad hebatt hehad
had to do something and do it quick quickXo quickNo quickNo
No no he cried I want just some somestraight somestraight somestraight
straight ginger al ale A hush fell over overthe ovorthe overthe
the next room Then the form of the theman theman theman
man who was preparing the drinks ap appeared appeared ¬
peared and in tones of deep solicitude solicitudehe solicitudehe
he inquired Thats the matter Sul Sullivan SuIlIvan Sullivan ¬
livan Are < re you ou sick sickWhat sickWhat
What do you suppose Mr rlJeromc rlJeromcmeans Jerome Jeromemeans Jeromemeans
means by saying S 3olng he wants the Hon HonReginald HonReginald HonReginald
Reginald VanderbIlt to testify against againstGamblflr agpinStoGambler agniustiambI
Gambler iambI r Canfleld CanfleldAn CanfieldAn CanfleldAn
An extraordinary extntordlJ1 J1 case ca e is reported reportedfrom r reportedfrom p > rted rtedfrem
from Carbon county A arrange not notonly notonly notonly
only escaped alive but got his money moneyback mon monback mone moneback
back backSenator backSenator backSenator
Senator Burrows wishesit wishes It distinctly distinctlyunderstood distinctlYunderatqod distinctlyunderetqod
understood that if there th re is any PYIWUtl PYIWUtlIn politics politicsin
in in the th Smoot investigationthe i ostl tlon the wit witnesses wItnesses witnesses ¬
nesses nesses are responsible resi > onslb1e Morft Mor Ior church churchinfluence churchInfluence churchinfluence
influence in politics politicsWill pollticnw1ll
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stance but from present indications indicationston 1J111cat1 IjiIcaUons ns a aton aton
ton of it would not suffice tofix to fix the re responalbUfty responsibility = a asponslbllity
sponslbllity for the latest postofflco postofflcodepartment postoffildepartment l ldepartment
department report reportThese reportThese reportThese <
These foreign nations that are so sobusy sob sobuiy
busy b 1Y calling ua n hard narafeTa nanf na1ftJu2fnpw na1ftJu2fnpwshould Justinpw juJjftn1rshould Justinpwshould
should be careful because becau we ye mjght w9btget iijflget
1 get mad and refuse retu to let le Iethem ttrom j m h have haveanything Ite Itean ve veanything
anything an thin to eat eatGeneral eatGeneral eatGeneral
General Dramogaroff says the Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese must remain rCm rn near ne r their ships shipsa Ghl1 Ghl1a ohi ohia >
a feat capable of accomplishment with withmuoh withmuoh withnuoh
muoh less l Ices s personal risk by thg th Japanesc Japan Tnpanese
ese tJhnn by the Russians RussiansWe Ruslantoe Ru5slansWe
We e have never played the game of ofjaialal atjalalal ofjaialai
jaialal but we are willing to risk rl rlfo s sfew a afew
few fo cents that tJ1 t It is a weak proposition propositioncompared proposJtfoncompared proposjttoncompared
compared to the great game of bunko bunkotheveterans bu bunkotheveterans 1ko 1kotheet
theveterans theveteransHUMOR theet theveteransL1IJMOR ranEt ranEtUUMOR
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ThroWn Down by Bishop BishopSalina BishopSauna BishopSalina
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A missionary party occurred at the Re Relief ReHe Itolief ¬
lief He hall h8111ast last Monday Monda night Bishop Matt Mattson Mattson Mattson
son promised to give us all the particu particulars particulars particulftrs ¬
lars He didnt do It ItThe ItTl1e itThe
The Poet Skinner SkinnerSalt SkinnerSalt SkinnerSalt
Salt Lake Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe TribuneThe
The The Tribunes police court pole hag h hbeen h4abeen
been dishing up the otherwise dry dr details detailspf
pf f the t be Jroceedlng8 proceedings before Judge Diehl In Infftshfen Infuhlon InmsahtOn
fftshfen that Is proving quite popular populariH popularHe popularHe
iH He hast the other fellows skinned to toi toiJ8th todeath
i death
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M Mercur ercur cur Miner MinerPostmaeter 1lIner 1lInerPostmaster MinerPostmaster
Postmaster Peters paid a visit lilt to Provo Provotest PrOoftgt Provoiastweck
test iastweck iastwecklxerclscs week weekJlxercises week6xercise
Jlxercises Her Chronological Ch onological Preroga Prerogative Prerogatlv
tive tiveSprlnsvllle tlv tlvSprlngv1l1e tivSprlngvllle
Sprlnsvllle In Independent IndapondentThe pcmdent pcmdentTke
The presumption pr cumptlon Is that th t Roy Gurtte Cu 1s hats hatshad baghad baahad
had the hymenlal h menlal knot tied situ is Is nova novathe no nothe novthe
the hoed ot a family A license was wnsi wnsisued ag i isued Itt Ittsueci
sued to him last Thursray The ho lady lad in inthe Inthe inthe
the ertse c lSe is Kvena Ketchum of Griswall Griswallla
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Plug 1a Hati Kelleys Prospects ProspectsGrand ProspectsGraDel ProspectsGrand
Grand Valley Times TimesIt
It Is reported that Plug Hat Kolley K lI v Is Isgolng IssoJnlt6 Isgornft
golng soJnlt6 t < f stalt h lt a saloon In Miners basin basinthis basintll18 basinthis
this summer summerJob summerJob summerJob
Job CalledOp Called Up by byGents1 byGents1aehl byGCterLehi Gentsr GentsrCLehi
CLehi Lehi Banner BannrurOur Bnl1narOur BannerOur
Our hello girl ought to have Uftpatience tly tlypatience tItppatience >
patience of Job who is called up by b bman so somany nomany
many man gents each day dayHonored dayHonored dayBonored
Honored by Abe ATbeMercur Albel Abehiercur
hiercur Mercur l rour Miner MinerCltjy il1norCt MineCCite
Cite Ct Marshal Abe Crowftfl did us the tlehonor Ue110n thehonOr
honor 110n r of Introducing IntIodt1cln us usto to the mayor and andmembers andmembers andmembers
members of the city eft council last Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tuesdayevening lucsda lucsdaoonlng
evening eveningHumorist oonlngHumorist eveningKumorist
Humorist Gets Off a Good One OneMercur OneMereuI OneMercur
Mercur Miner MinerHallo Minerifellq I1nerJ1Iellq
Hallo central give methe me the doctors doctorsoffice clO doCtorsofficeIs tOrs tOrsoCnceIs
office oCnceIs Is Dr Thayer there thereDo Dont yu yuknoiy Y yOuksoj u uknoW
knoW its council meeting tonight And Andso Andso Andno
so on Of course it was the humorist of ofMercur otoIcr ofMereur
Mercur oIcr ur City and it seemingly Is not out outof outof outof
of place to say that his dry original say 5Q 5QIngs ¬
ings are not out of place but are thor thoroughly thorQughl thoroughly ¬
oughly enjoyed enjoyedGlad enjoyedGlad enjoyedGlad
Glad Days in Ephraim EphraimSalina Ep EphraimSaline raim raimSaUna
Salina Sun SunAn SUILAn SunAn
An Ephralm man who was in SaUna Salinatill SaUnat1rl SaunathIs
till thIs we week k Huld uid thut his town at present presentIs
Is the liveliest liveliestone one In Sanpete count OO11nUVhen ocentyWhen > v vWhen
When asked what it was that was wnsmnk wnsmnkIng maki makiIng Inaklug
Ing ISphralm so lively IIel he said For nib
first time In many man years ears Ephralm haul hifStwo hICstwo haultwo
two saloons Bach B ch one Is trying to crowd crowdout oroi crowdout d dout
out tho other The > > pricq of whisky in inboth Inboth anboth
both places has been cut down to tocents 8 8cents Sconts
cents a snort There is lots of drinking
In EPhraim Fellows who previously previouslynever
never used booze are now consuming fs fspromiscuous itpg1 i ipWmiscuous
promiscuous pg1 mlscuous Yes theres lots of drunk drunkgnhess drunkffinep trUllkJmi1eJ
gnhess ffinep A fellow will go into a fealoon fealoonWith aJoon aJoonfltll5 aloonIwIth
With 5 cents spend It fop whisk and
fltll5 dbenrjre QjeitJ e fe down dOWltQtt yn in the floogrfnd fia j jg Mn Mne jfa jfaUOK
Th3g UOK g fit The Dheolwlfole iwh ole thlnfffijs thln fil waklngcm waklngcmthings waking p
things thin 8 in Ephralm but I doubt if It is haIng so o oIn
In Ing to work ort I a tO good d moral influence
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IT with showey merchandise and andFy andimitations I Iimitations
Fy imitations of all that is good goodand goodand I Iand
and the buyer has only the integrity integrityof
of the merchant from whom he buys buysbetween buysA 1 1b
A b between lween him and fraud Any piece of ofcut of ofcut 1 1cutglass
cut cutglass glass looks lool < s white brilliant aid well wellcub 1 1cut
cub ut When alone a oIle and only by contras contraHWith contrastp f fJth
p With Jth jth another noihe piece can its i superior oraofertor or oribferior ori
ibferior i ferior merits be recognized by one oneIt oneRot f fh
Rot h t ex experienced experiencedi iented ientedIt
i It is our purpose to sell superior superiormerchandise superiorc superiormerchandise
c merchandise 11 h ndse on the closest possible possiblemargin p possiblefljfl ssible ssiblejmargin
margin of profit and to stimulate trade tradeand tradet tradeand
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and d interest cut glass buyers we have havehad havend havehd
had cut to our order a quantity of ofbowls ofbowl ofbow1
bowls in four different d cuttings de designs degns designs =
signs gns which we wewiU will offer Monday and anduntil andti anduntil
until ti Saturday S turda at at5OQ t 500 OO each These Thesefrowls TheseSbowl
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We w do not expect anyone anyonl anyonewho > who is is inn in inSetf in inof
n Setf d 8F f coaF ar arid potatoes to buy cut cutglass cutglass cutglass
glass bowls wls but if anyone is in need of ofa ofa ofacutlass
< a acutlass cut glassbqwl lass bowl buy buyone one on of these theseand theseandcome and andcome td tdome
come early earlyas as the supply is limited limitedBesides limitedBesides limitedBesides
Besides this special article our o r en entire entire ¬
0 tire stoek of cut glass = = = = and it is the thelargest thefargest thelargest
largest in Utah = = = = js s offered this week at atO atO
20 O discount from our our regular plain plainfigure plainfig plain1iure
fig figure 1iure re prices pricesWe pricesWe
0 We have two large shipments of ofglass ofglass oflss
< glass lss on the way and propose to con convejt conv convert
> vejt v rt as much as we w can of our present presentstiDck presentst presentstock
stock st ck into cash before they arrive Cut Cutglass Cutgl Cutglass
glass gl ss is not only for the rich but bought boughtat bo ght ghtaf
at our prices is within the reach of even evenihe evenfine eventhe
fine poor and anqwill will give a touch of beauty beautyo bea ty tyan
o an otherwise forlornlooking table tableaMid tablend tableaiid
aMid nd joy to the heart of the wife wifeWe wifeWe
5 We will send one of these th se 508 508bowls 50 500bwls t tb
bowls b wls to any outoftown address uPQnre upon uponreceipt
receipt re eipt of f price and refund the t e money moneyif
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during durt g the preceding cal caleiMlar catBdai calendas
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9 9The The amount of Its expend expendtares expen expenrl oxpeudtteree
tares during rl the preceding precedingcalendar precedingcaleniler r
calendar year a oTlOfS il0 5 U UM U1tTJte U10The
M 1tTJte The amount amou t of lessee l sses paid paiddiirlaglhe pa1ddarltag paiddLIrnir
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State of trtah Office of the Secretary oC oCState otStatetUL ofStatesn
State StatetUL StatetULI s sI
I Jam JM James K T Hammond secretary of ofstt otsute ofstt
stt of the state of Utah do hereby herebycertify IterebYcertlf bereh berehcertify
certify certlf that the above named insurance insurancecompany Insurancoc8mpany Insurancecompany
company fcaa ta filed in my m office a detailed detailedstatement dotaJlfOdstatement dotalledstatement
statement of its condition con ltlon from whlh whlhthe whIhthe whl li lithe
the foregoing statement has been pr prparetf prp pro propared <
pared p red and that the said compaay COI11 has aB in inall inall Inall
all other resi n61WKt > ects complied with tile Jaws lawsof Jawsof Jawsor
of the Mt itate tat te relating to Insurance InsuranceIn
In witness whereof I have her hernunto herUnto hereunto
unto set my hand and affixed tho thoSeal thoSeal theSeal
Seal great s SMI l of the state of Utah Utahthis ttalithis CtahB
B this I twentieth entlethT day of February A AD AD
D 1HM J T HAMMOND HA3IMONDSecretary HAMMONDSeerstarr
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expect top big returns returnsjou you may lose Joseall loseall loseall
all Ours Is a conservative institution institutionone
one that thatwiU will last hence hencewe we offer only onlya onlyreasonable
a reasonable rate of Interest 4 per cent centand centand centand
and your our principle is in good od hands handsYou handsYou hand5You
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS DIRECTORSIJ
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THOMAS WEIR Vice President PresidentL
L H FARNSWORTH F CashIer CaehlerE
E O HOWARD Assistant Cashier CashierJOHN CasbJerlORN CashierJOHN
JOHN H WALKER Asst Cashier CashierH
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