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ROOSEVELTISFfl ROOSEVEL TISrnu AS AN ISSUE ISSUET ISSUEr ISSUET
T r T HB H1 WASHINGTON WASHL GTON STAR seeking seekingto
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to dieeredlt Ute Democratic cratic plat platform platform platforrn ¬
form takes oocsaion to center MB at attack attack attack ¬
tack on a aa utterance of Senator Frank FrankJ
J Cannon After Aft aaeertbtc that the theplatform theplatform theplatform
platform had no central keynote utter utterance utterance Utterance ¬
ance It says saysBut saysBut saysBut
But this year the Democracy y heard heardit
it i keynote uttered In the privacy of ofa ofa O Oa
a committee room behind the t e doors doorsthat doorsthat doorsthat
that shut oft ol the crow 1iOw Cro from 1ro t tk tkwrangling theWrangling e ewrangling
wrangling delegates struggling to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build a platform It Itwasftlrmer Itwasftlrmerenited was fwmer fwmerUnited tmerlnited
United States S SII wttor Carfnon ef Utah Utahhe Utahhe Utahhe
he who walked oat 0 ef the Republican Republicanconvention R RetbilcanConvention publlcau publlcauconventIon
convention eigrht eIghtyei ty years ai age p becao beeauee e of ofhis orhis ofhis
his devotion to a cherished principle principlewho principlewho principlewho
who uttered it it < The reports of the thecommittees thecommJttees thecommittees
committees proceedings proee contain this thiseentencet thissent thissfttnce
eentencet sent mce afr Ir Cattnoa ta cioelng cIo COR CORteaded coateRded co coteaded
teaded that the paramount Issue in n this thiscampaign thisrampalgn thiscampaIgn
campaign was victory and that te teIssue t1Ieissue theissue
Issue should be ReeeeretUam ReeeeretUamA R RA
A ckse reading read1n of e the platform and andscrutiny andacrutlny andEcrutiny
scrutiny of the candidate candl t named early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this morning will show that so far the theJ tlteDemQCtatic thefleniocatIc
J DemQCtatic > emocraUc party has joyously adopted adoptedSenator adoptedSenator adoptedSenator
Senator CannoUs sentiment as Its ItswatchwoBd ItswatchqBd ItswatchwoM
watchwoBd for thee d ctiJnI cmpaJgn cmpaJgnEact1y npaJgn npaJgnExactly J JExactly
Exactly so And why should not theDemocratic the theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party partyjoyoasly joyously adopt that thatwatchword t1ttwatchword tiatWatchword
watchword Doesnt RooseveHtem RooseveHtemexpress Roo Roooevt4tIenexpress Ht Htexpress
express enough of an Issue Doesat DoesatIt
It in fact comprehend all the issues issuesand 8and lesuosfoil
and plenty of them tJu m to spell I suece success for forthe fOtthe forthe
the Democratic pmrty jfe 1 not notRooseveltismt DOtRoo notRooseveltism
Rooseveltismt Roo eveIUam the moat obnoxious obnoxiousthins obnoxioustblnJ obnexboosthing
thins in publiclife pflblic life today and doesnt doesntU
U include a platform broad enough to toafford tfafford toafford
afford footing for every Jover of Ameri American Amerian Amentan ¬
can < an liberty including tra a large rge number numberof
of Roosevelts own party psjtyTo NUtyTo partyTo
To begin with Rooeeveltlsm raflu mobs mobsautocratic moasautocratic fi fiautocratic
autocratic power po er1Ifbed seised hi defiance of
the t be most cherished principles embraced embracedin en cl cl1n
in the federal constitution R It means meanspersonal meansrsonat
1 personal rsonat aggrandizement a tzement oneman onemanrule ODemanrule onemanrule
rule the Interpretation Int tJon of executive executivetiaths executive executivedatits executiveCititiLE
tiaths regardless of constitutional constitutionallimitations QonitltudonaIlimitations onst1tudonallimitations
limitations It means the protection of ofrogues ofrogues ofi
i rogues in office and megal oppressive oppressiveiTtonopolies opJleSlveIJ4 opprest1veIttonopolies
iTtonopolies IJ4 opolies in b bosiness Inside In d the thepresidents thefesidents titeprrsidents
presidents fesidents own party it means meaa disre disregard disrerd disrerd ¬
gard < rd ot o the men who JIO have hitherto hithertobeen hitbertobeen hithertobera
been its i guide and andniaIu raaln strength It Itmeans Itmeans Itmeans
means the exaltatton of special privi privilege privilege privij ¬
j lege and the abasement of IndivMteal Indivkluljiocrty Individoalii IndivMtealliberty
liberty ii In a word it t represents r nts force forcethe forcetbe forcethe
the mailed nu led band InternationaL late dteoord dteoordand dl disoordand oordand
and the abandonment of an the land landmarks landmarks landmarks ¬
marks wbich hlc fcatc guided the destinies destiniesof
of the republic since the days oC 7t 71The 1 1The 7tThe
The Democratic Demee tie party can well afford affordto
to h 1 accept acceptthe the challenge and And make Its Itscattle ItsDttle Itsattle
cattle oa that issue and to Senator SenatorCannoa SI atorCannOR SenetorCannon
Cannon is due the fortunate coinage of ofa orp oti
i a L watchword signifying sIpdf the essence of ofthe oltile ofthe
the principles on which w leJt the prty will willmake willmake willmake
make its fight ltt Around it will rally rallyrvery raJlytery rallyvery
very American who loves ate hij country countrytoe
toe well to approve appftive of a Polley policy of ofaggression oregresion ofeggresolon
aggression in Ssrciga 1d lands and andoppression andPJpre andonpression
PJpre oppression tOll at home every man who whonates wtohates whoilates
hates a tariff wMck is designed to toprotect torotect toprotect
protect rotect monopoly esdtBrttoa and andEyery greed greedevery gieedevery
every mac who beHeves the mission missionof
of this nation ft J Ute extension of offreedom offrttdorn offreedom
freedom not Ole thraldom of weak weakand weakand weakand
and alien peoples peoplesLet peoplesLet peoplesLet
Let toe issue be Kooseveltlsra as asthe asthe asthe
the Republicans seem seem to wtsfe and let letit Jetit letit
it be fought out on onUlat Unit line No Neould glge glgerould ggeeould
rould be more acceptable none more morecertain morecerain moei
i certain to leadto leacl w wCOURT victory victoryCOURTS victoryCOURTS
G
COURTS BUT NO O JUSTICE JUSYlCEiOENIGSSBRG J JUSTICEVOENIISBRG SrICE SrICEKOENIGSBERG
VOENIISBRG iOENIGSSBRG PRUSSIA is the tiletCefte theI
KOENIGSBERG
Iv I scene of a trial that te of interest interestas
as a 11 Indicating a proRussian pro ussIan aft attitude atUtude aftt ¬
tude t tide on the part of official Germany Germanynnd Genllaaynd
nnd nd to of talue alueto to Americans because becauseit
it reveals a Judicial bias that public publicsentiment pUblicettln1cnt publicsentrncnt
sentiment would not tolerate in Amer America AmerJca Amerlea ¬
lea JcaSCV411
Seven socialistdemocrats tB are ac aci acU acUtd
i UJM U Utd of smuggling anarchistic litera literature Jlterature Ilterature ¬
ture into Russia The trial has at atrat atH3ClOO attraited
H3ClOO rat Jed much mu < h atteotion tJen In Germany Gennan and andtras andb
C bus b 5 been H PJ the subject of debate in the thereirhstag therekhstag therekthstag
reirhstag Last Saturday iL Von VonWymodze YonWYmodze VonS
S Wymodze Russian consulgeneral tee testified tetltHid teetIlled ¬
tIlled that the police brought him twen twentyfive twentythe twentylIvc ¬
tyfive pamphlets of which whi he read readone readHnt readrne
one finding In It tills sentence Noth Nothing Xotkinc Nothins ¬
inc can save the throne of Nicholas NicholasII
II from fr m the fate tat of Alexander II IIfrom IIfrom TIhum
from bloody bloo vengeance en Couns for forthe fortbe forthe
the prisoner asked the Russian official officialto
to point out the sentence He was wasunable wa wasunable i iunable
unable to do so but explained that thathis thathis I Ihis
his translation was made in a hurry hurryHerr hurlHerr hurryHerr
Herr Liebkencht attorney fAr the de deendants dEendants deendants >
endants remarked that the hurry was wasbiased wasbiased a3 a3biased
biased and due to a desire to insert insertbloodcurdling insertbloodcurdliD insertbloodcurdling
bloodcurdling phrases that wore not notin 110tin notin
in the original At once the judge judgeame judgeame judgeI
I ame to the defense of the Russian by bysaying byBaing bysaying
saying that the swtence was as In the theDther the3thr theother
other pamphlets which Von Wymodze Wymodzetestified Wymodzetettiftj Wymslzetestified
testified he had not read Herr Lieb LSebknecht Liebknecht Liebi
i knecht was proceeding to make stome stomefurther me mefurther > nnefurther
further remarks about the astonishing astonishingtestimony at9l1 astonishingtestimony 8hing 8hingtestimony
testimony of the Russian ooidal official hut butthe huttbe hutthe
the Judge refused to permit him and andexcused andf1tcused andfxcused
excused Von Wymodz for his errors m mtranslation illtranslation it ittranslation
translation because of the brief time timefe timete timej
j fe devoted to t the work Herr Schwartz Schwartzanother Schwartzanother Sehwartzanother
another attorney fw or the prisoners prisonersand prisonerand prisonersand
and evidently a man with a bit of ofsarcasm ofsarC8Sm i
1 sarcasm In his makeup t1p expressed as astonishment a atonls atonishment ¬
tonishment tonls ment at the brief time permittfJ permittfJto permitttto perThitt perThittto
to to M M V4ln on n Wymodzs W mod to arrange v WOfro WOfrowbicl1 wot orris orriswhich ui uiwhIch
which were not connected with ith the thepamptolet thepamphlet 1
i
pamphlet painpblet The judge prompUy called calledHerr callederr calledHerr
Herr err Sohwartz h rtz dawn d wn for Insinuating i ithat I
1 that the additions were purposely purposelymade fIlUpselymade pnzpselyinde
made A 4 professor Profn < sor from th Inivfr Inivfrslty tniversity >
slty t tj if t B Bforlfn rHn was wa a tfaf tbN > n caTed ard its s si
i i <
tined that tle pamphlets pamphl ts were W ere harm harmlees hannleea harmIeea
I
lees in nature natureThe natureTbe natureThe
The trial Is expected < to continue ten tendays feltdaygr n ndayS
days more Why it Itould should touId be pro prolonged prolonged prolonged ¬
longed fe Hew 6furstaad t understand when whenthe whenthe whentked
tked the dntermfhatien atl9n to con coitWct tetjfyji tb t1 men mennot m mnot monnot
not atone afOde by false tesflmony t y but by bypresecutten bytIon byPIocutisu
presecutten tIon from the bench bt b i i te isparent so ap i8PPIft1t appsent
parent The rite men were arrested atTested by re request re request request ¬
quest of the Russian government They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are being bein tried by a German court but butthe butthe butthe
the Third Section at St PrtSrsburff PrtSrsburffmight PHksbuiimight Petorsburgxnght
might get t ideas j on railroading men to toprison topniJOl1 toprison
prison by observing the procedure in inthat intbat inthat
that Koenigsber K trial trialThat trialThat trialThat
That Germany G nnaQy is trying tryi to help Rus Russia Russia Busala ¬
sia is neither new nor surprising 00 but butit laitIt t tit
it IB good Od for Americans to hearof hearofcases benr bealj or orca8eS ofcases
cases like this once m In a while Tt Ttserves It Itserves I Iserves
serves to remind Ind them that nowhere nowhereIs
Is the liberty of orthe the individual iD Vidual so safe saleguarded safeguanledu safeguaxded
guarded guanledu as in the United States Tfe TfesomeUmes Weeomethnes e e80metInHI
someUmes talk about poor men men never nevergetting aever aeverUtI nevergetting
getting UtI jtMttee te this eotmtry Sup Suppose SuPJOIJe Suppo ¬
pose po an attempt were made In any anycourt ny nycourt anycourt
court in the United States S to give giveman giveman ve 3 3It
man It a mockery of a trial like that the thesociaastdemecrats theoetaII thesodliUstdemecrats
sociaastdemecrats oetaII rats are setting eU at atKoenigsberg at atKoenig atKoenigsberg
Koenigsberg ber How long JoO would wouki it en endure endure sndure ¬
dure Not NotJeng long bees because here kere when whenalls whenaU wieflalls
alls aU said aDd done public sentiment sentimentcontrols se seotlmenlcontrols tl nt ntcontr
controls contr The newspaper from one oneend onESend oneend
end of tie country to the other ot would wouldtell WOuldtell wouldtell
tell the story the peopleweuld pe pIeweul take up upthe upthe upthe
the case of the prisoner the judge judgewould judgewoak Judgewould
would be forced from tromUte the bench he hehad heiwtd heiad
had iad disgraced dt ce and the witness wltm > s who whotestified whotestifted Whoteitllled
testified falsely would have e the mark markof markor markof
of his infamy so indelibly engraved engravedon e 1nlvt > d don
on him that his association a iat1on with decent decentperson decentpenlOf15 decentperson
person would be ended endedBnt ende4But endedBut
But < nothing like that could l take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place in America Now and then we wefind wefind wefind
find a corrupt judge jud occasionally we weencounter Neencounter weencounter
encounter a i perjurer p but never has 11 so soshantefol sosbaJllefol soshamefnl
shantefol a proceeding pr as the one now nowin nowi1ltlOeeS3 nowin
in i1ltlOeeS3 process at Ivoenigsfcerg er tC been at attempted attempt attempt ¬
tempted tempt inAmerica inAmericaWe m a aeare i iWe
We eare are advised that thee ceremonies ceremoniesattendant ceremoniesattendant onies oniesauant
attendant auant on tile notilfcatlun Doti4 athiD of Pres PresWent Pr PrWent J
Went t jRLoeeevelt MtteVelt < will not note fee elabofRte elabofRteostentatious el elaboitteOr6steutatious iAte iAteOstPt
Or6steutatious ostentatious OstPt tiov fanat Vhat a change c changepretty SSTo SSToprettymajor o opretty
prettymajor pretty major to drag the thEguets guests to the theposition tMposItton theposition
position he thinks they should 9bou occupy occupyin occuPyIn P1 P1In
in the line no sneers for those not of ofthe o othe ofthe
the elect no gilt no glitter glitt gIlttero o it will wflrH willbe 111 111hen
be hen a change c But why wb Is it another anothercase anotherof apOthereaso
case of When wb n tile devil wtt ne dick th thclevn ther therdevil r rdevn
devil a saint would be beA beA
0 0A
A GOOD ISSUE ISSUEtodeA ISSUEDden v vCteden
Cteden State Journal Journal9o I ISo
9o o Senator Sm Sm90t ot is reported r porletl to t have kavethrown havethrown I Itbrewn
thrown canIster CRIU ter overboard and t to have havetaken bafttakeR havetaken
taken Jolla C Cutler as ate prospective prospectivenominee pl98liectivel pr0500ctivenominee
nominee forjhe for tbe goveriiors4 governorsifip to toWell
Well ell It must hare required < some heav heaving1 hea ¬ I
ing1 lngnot not to say y puffin aDd Mowing bIowta blowingfor blowingforIIIster ll for or
Catttster IIIster h Is a neavrwnrlit vywlpt and hewoukt hewouktnot he woukt wouktnot I
not be cast t to the voracious fishes with without without without ¬
out a straggle straggleHon st struggleIJoe le 1
Hon Job John C Cutler would be a sw sweet sweetcandidate t tcandidate
candidate He Is not only what Is known knowna I
a as a sugar man b bet t he has oae of f the theenxle thoenuegt
pentJeatnd enuegt enxle t and nd kindliest of tlt1poBition dispeeitionsrFethaps sp s ionpr I
Perhaps it Is a combInation DAUcn of Interests intereatswhich Interestswhicb Interestswhich
which has made him more attractive to tothe tothe tothe
the junior senator than was the modest modestarttoan modertartisan t tartlun
artisan Ed CalHsteT Cal teT who could not be bef heted btexpected
expected ted to draw to his support O mqch mqchr mwhof
of f the financial support su Ort of Senator
Smo S Smsots a balIeIifi beafneas f fIt aad ecclesiastical aeso aesociatws assoelates
elates eta elatesIt tea teaIt
It is a mighty Jft hty handy thing thld for a sena senator senaI sonsto ¬
tor to to h bey ve e his man in the gubernatorial gubernatorialebslr gubern tortat tortateltr
ebslr I and Hon Reed Sm Smet ot is not ra to
me from lll a political viewpoint if he heJrtckg heks hepCk
Jrtckg < ks his own 0 candidate Mid lands him hirathere himUHtrelr himthereif
there UHtrelr It tbe voters vot a will ceasent ceasentOn
On this latter point we disagree with withour withour withour
our esteemed e d contemporary Th The Salt
Lake LakeleraJd eraW wrack insinuates against a a4elegaion
detegaaon by the Republican party of its itsnominating ItsnOllliD Itsnomtngthi
nominating nOllliD nomtngthi < ttnl powers to one man and that thatman thatmaD thatluau
man Senator Smoot We call cUThe The Her Heraidg HlrMd HrrMds
aidg Md attestlon to the fact that the th Re Republican HeJIUIc Repubikan ¬
publican JIUIc n party and Senator Sroeot have haveSenator bciebeeoDK havebecome
become one fYl vital interest and that thatnator thatSenator
Senator nator Smoot rci represents r < nts th tM one it t the thepresent thepre thepresent
present pre time tlm Not only is his title to tt his hisseat hisseat hisseat
seat on trial but tile Republican party partyof
of Utah is I on trial for electing him To Toprotect ToProtect Toprotect
protect his party here the national or organtaatioR ortioft t tgsnlttbeit
gantaatioR tioft in convention refrained from frominserting fromI fromInserting
inserting I D any plank of offensive to his views viewsIt vle viewsTI ws wsIt
It looks toward him as the represent representative representtlve representstire ¬
tire of that power by which Republican Republicanvictory RepublicanTktory Republicanvictory
victory caa be attained la I Utah and it itis itIs ItIs
is WH a strained view that Republicans Republicansof
of this state must realise that unless Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Sm Smeot ot and those wh who have stood stoodimmediately Bt BtImlRttUatfly stoodimmediately
immediately behind 1H hlnd his candidacy and his hiscontest hiSCORteR hiscontest
contest in Washington a blacto shall have their theirway theirWRY theirway
way in politic Republican Re smecess here herefa hereIs hereis
Is Jeopardized J If not absolutely denied deniedFor deAfedFor deifiedFor
For our part we think a aMetty pretty good gooddivision g gooddivision 04 04dtvlfllon
division of the question would be as fol follows fOlIowa follows ¬
lows lowsLet lowsLet
Iowat
Let t the Democratic party < rt7 stand on its itsnational Itsnational Itsnations
national and state platform with tickets ticketsselected tick ticktleleet ticketsselected
selected tleleet by all n he people who compose composethe cn composethe e ethe
the party p rty Let It contend against atll8t th the fur further r8rther furthet ¬
ther immolation of Utah In th the er e 53OS 8 of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the world to gratify aratif attfJ any ao mans personal personalambition personalambition I Iambitioa
ambition Let it neither attack church churchpledge chunbIS churchloaders
loaders IS Or ask them to viol t te their theirpledce theirplodge
pledge by It l giving to it any poWlfal pottt1 1 aid aidLet aldLet aidLot
Let HOB Reed R Smoot write th the Repub Republican Republieao Republican ¬
lican platform tfGrm and name the t e Republican Republicantickrt KfllMlblteantickt Kepuisleantickt
tickt Let the issue be on his h part partnether pBrthet partwhether
nether het r the people will support him in inthe Inthe Inthe
the present pr nt controversy which kh bas al already alnoady atready ¬
ready cost the th state e we MUch sMtcfaThere MUchThere muchThere
There te a good square division and andtbe a athe andthe
the people would YOU vote their convictions if ifIM ifne Ifderaoss
IM mqjtraiMOus JHMJaS or improper Influence ee were wereused wereTo i iused
used usedTo usedTo deraoss
To make such h an issue ue b 1Iewer w ver it Is Isabsolutely Isab8elutely Isabsolutely
absolutely neeessury that Hon Reed ReedSmoot RetdSmoot ReedSinoi
Smoot chalt = n tiomldate the t e entire Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican raovemept mo pt and 114 believing In the the8 the8sue is issue Issue ¬
sue we ca contend t nd Utnt tlIatear ear outewporary tCODtporarThe outewporaryThe
The H Herald raM is ta error when it erltictses erltictsesth
th th ra metllollIy method nod by which Senator S tor Swoot Pee preposes Peeposes peeposes
poses to define that Issue to the public publicgaxe pUbliClraJle publicgaze
gaze gaxeW lraJlelike W WI like the Issue Democratic Peace PeaceforTtah PiMtceforTtak Peacefor I IWI
forTtah for Tish Mpn Republican 1InuI Senator Soot Snwots SnwotTAe SootCID SmootThe
< CID CIDT s
TAe T Provo Franchise rranchiseTo
To The Salt Lake Herald HeraldAt
At last Reed Smoot and a small coterie coCerief oterIeIf
If < > f churchmen and Gentiles Genti have obtained oatainedfranchise MItaineda
a franchise for an electric raHroad raHroadthronga raHroadthrot1P railroadthrough
through Provo Cltrtor one nundred years yearsThe yearsThe yeareThe
The platform upon which h tft the last city citycouncil ctt cttrouncU citycouncil
council was ejected plainly stated that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the valuable alu fracMses for the use and andiKoupancy aduccupancy andoeeupancy
iKoupancy of th tile streets st t of the city shouta shoutanot shouMlnot shotnanot
not be given away way NevrO Nevertheless l K It hs hsbeen basbeen hasbeen
been d dOne ne and nd done up a p rlsht quick ejUfckThe tl1IIckThe quickThe
The matter matt was spoken eft of in a t talk lk by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Sweet before bdorfiae the CoantotrcUU club clubten clubtEft clubten
ten or twelve days 48 ago The due ull gave w a akind akind akind
kind of f limited Ifmtt invitation to tne citizens dtlnensto
10 join them thf > m in discussing the mutter ttn but butIt butIt j jIt
It was g very little circulated t44i Attorneys Att4HDeJ9Er j jwer
wer Er employed to draft dra ft an ordinance and andthe aDdtlw andtlt
the city Ctt council unfi was as called together to hfr on onThursday onThursday onThursday
Thursday night < last the l J4tJt k instant JaetnJlnd InstantIt i im1
Jlnd It m1 the th I h matter matt was wa passed pa ed upon in a ahurrkfi ahurrij ahurrid
hurrkfi session by b the council and ap approved ap approve4 approved ¬
proved by the > mayor all at one sitting sittingOOP trUnJOnp sittingonc
OOP member m held out to defer 4 er its thirdra thirdreading third thirdreading
reading ra int for or one week k in order to apprise apprisethe appriseth4
the sMtiscns of o what ht was soing Iroin on but buthe butht butbe
he was wa voted < tM down and so ft weit weitWhy weitWin t tW
Why W h this th hurry Why this tb rush n ll Ut put putthe putthe putthe
the thinff t ill through before the taxpayers taxpayersart
art t wind of it Does it took nonorlble nonorlbleon
on the th part of a state and a United UnitedStates eDitedtatts UnitedStates
States tatts senator If one i is on the t anxious anxiousrent anxtoust anxiousfeat
rent t t to combine to railroad through a ameasure ameasurt ameasure
measure without giving IJid 8 the taxpayer taxpayereome taxPIIYomt taapayensome
some time to consider such aa iroporumt iroporumtKjovementT imporantluoement mporantfQfmEnt
KjovementT fQfmEntnd luoementAnd
i And nd what hat about the city authorities authoritieswhose authoritiftlwhoe authoritieswhore
whose terra t rm of office otf Is two ears to tosuffer tosufter tosuffer
suffer themselves to be Jiggered Into pass passinn passmit
inn a rrancaijt on so short a notice for forone forbvnJred forOUt
one hundred years on such sschlersI h ri l terms termsIt
It bat been done so quietly and andQuickly so soaulckiy sooulckly
Quickly that the ctttsens knew not what whatwas wbatwas whatwas
was going ng on on but now they the are begin beginning begtJtnlOC beginning ¬
ning to awak a awaken to the fact that tb t their theirpublic tbclrpubj theirpubLIc
public servants as they tb y call themselves thelB eh at atelection attior atiIOtiOr
election tior time have taken the bits into intotheir intothtir Intotheir
their own mouths and ignored i < them en entirely enljrc1 entrel ¬
tirely tirelyTh ljrc1Th trelTh
Th inducements inj > mfrt held h ld out by Mr fr Smoot Smootat
at R t the > onimerciJii C clun t1b In bulidlag this thtesubirbati thlttbarha thissbnrhat
subirbati tbarha railway r lR fr frm > m Ode Ogden t to Payson PaysonTr
Tr Wa a 3 that tit > people of tne tp smaller set settlciaeiits settlcmenhi seteett
tlciaeiits eett wouiU uu be induces to come to toProvo toProO toProvo
Provo and make Prove Pr9 more re of a center centerA
A nice annment for a man holding a arplisrUus arplhdlus areliguus
rplisrUus position to go to the other set settlements setllments et ettlpmfnt5 ¬
tlements and < ai 81t the he people his dear dearbr dearbrethren
brethren br tbrfn with A view k of building up his bisxr hisf
f xr r town at tie expense fyp n e of their Ut tr own ownThe ownTr ownr
The Tr r v cr cre rp > rv and haste In this matter mattarT matterwn
c T r ei I w whfn > ion viewed from f1Cima a poll poMt PoIItl1 pollte1
t tl1 < I staidpoint but execrable In the ex exu XUU
u UU i i afl ien 0 IHJSC as reigtoBists reigtoBistsi
Vhv V h hs should men pEofeeshig tofe 8tng so much muchtr muchtry muchtry
tr try > to t saddle ddl4 upon the young and sndgro sndgrowi grow ffrowinic growjug
jug wi viti s of the west fst encumbrances that thathfc tbatthe flIntthe
the hfc older Q r cities of tbe east are trying to tob toto toPRO
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pHE HE HE overshadowing trait ttt of f the theI 1
T 1 I I western settlements was humor bu humorI or orNo
No tragedy could be so shocking shockingthat shockingthat shockingthat
that it was as not turned turri d to amusement amusementIt
It was not not as many manysuppose suppose a bois boisterous boisterous boisterous ¬
terous fun with no attention whatever whateverto hateverto1
to t the proprieties If was composedfor composedforthe mposed for forthe
the greater part of tkemost tke nost solemn ac actlcns actlcns actions
tlcns made screamingly cre IDlnglY ridiculous by bytheir bytbIr bytheIr
their pretended attention to the con conventionalities C6t1YentlonallUes cOnventonalltles ¬
ventionalities ventionalitiesFprexample YentlonallUesForetatnple ventonalltlesForexample
Fprexample a horse thief at at Ells Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellaworth ¬
worth was made to climb a telegraph telegraphpole telegraphpole telegraphpole
pole by the vigilantes and to jump jumpfrom jumpfrom jumpfrom
from the croesarm with a rope about abouthis aboutbis abouthis
his neck The next d day I y y a coroners coronersJury c roners ronersjury I IJury
Jury solemnly returned the verdict that thatJim i iJim IJim
Jim Burroughs there lying dead deadcame deadcame deadcame
came to his death through his own ex exertions exertions oxertiens ¬
ertions with some slight assistance assistancefrom assistancefrom tstance tstancefrom
from his neighbors neighborsIn
In 1S47 below b low Dodge Cjty Pepper a awell aweU awell
well known knownc cattleman got Into a quar quarrel quarrel quarrel ¬
rel with hi negro cook In the tight tightwhich tightwhich fightwhich
which followed Pepper killed the cook cookThen cookThen cookThea
Then he cut oft the > head hea of the e cook cookwith cookwith
with an xx put the head h 8d In a gunny gunnysack gunnysack gunnysack I
sack rode forty miles mn to Dodge City Cityentered Cityentered Cityentered
entered the office ft the coroner shook shookthe I
the head ou oh on the table before the thehorrified thehorrified
horrified gaze of that official and andsaid andsaid andsaid I
said I brtuigr her along to let t you yourun yourun ou 1
run an inquest And the coroner c rone did didrun didruQ didrsxi
run ruQ an inquest with the result of f hay having haylag ¬
lag In the gay y bucccaneers who composed composedthe
the Jury return a verdict that the man manhad I t
had died of a sore throat throatTorn i 1Tom
Tom Morgan 0l18Il used to tell a story of ofone ofene ofone
one of the western towns which illus illustrates illustrates fliestrates
trates the mock attention te ceremon ceremonfals ceremonlaIn i iiais
laIn so common among ameR the borderers borderersPete borderersPete
Pete Hoon after a night of borderersI carousal carousaldisappeared carousaldisappeared carousaldisappeared
disappeared from his il accustomed accustomedhaunts accu accustomedhaunts tomed
haunts A few weeks later the body bodyof bodyof bodyof I
of a man half eaten by th the coyotes coyoteswas coyote8WAS coyoteswas
was found in a neighboring Jlelg Dortn draw It Ithad ItlIad Ithad
had much resemblance to the earthly earthlyhouse earthlyJtOase earthlybOnse
house of Pete and the coroner found foundthat foundtllat foundthat
that it was Peters after which the thelocal Uaelocal thelocal
local paper printed a noncemmltuij noncemmltuijWtuary pontommittalbtuary
Wtuary making as good a showing for forthe fort11e
the th lateMr late Mr Boon BO ft as his unpopular nttpopulArinemory unpopulariitemory unpopularmemory0
memory0 would permit permitNotv permitN perruitNiiir
Notv N iY Pete hI Ms better bett days had hadmarrl hadnsarzletl f fmarried
married marrl l the camp beauty She Sh was a afaithful j i
faithful ana honest little Utt thin thing and andshe andsite andshe
she hod ad the sympathy mJ ttlIY of al an In the poor poorlife poorlife poorlife
life which blch Pete PeteW1ls was able to give her herAfter belAf1er herAfier
After a time me she s married again and andgot1 andgot andgot
got got for a husband a good man who whobuilt wbobum whobuilt
built a pretty home and brought the theroses therues thercses i
roses back to her checks ch < And things thingswere tkingswereln thingswereIn i
were wereln In this shape when one morning morningPete morningPete morningPete
Pete in the flesh and blood shambled shambledInto shamblediRto shambledhmto
Into town townIt otrn otrnIt
It was the t belief of the gentlemen gentlemenwho
who assembled that night at the Last LastChance LastCllulce LastChance
Chance that of Ii u the meanness of ofwas
which Pete had ever ever beeR guilty this thiswas thiswas
was the worst rorst It was agreed too toowhen toowhen j
when it became known that Pete was wasgoing wasoiRg wasgoing
going to demand his wifp wi wif back that thatsomething thatsometblJlg thatsomethIng i
something must be done It wasnt xvasntclear wasntllear wasntclear
clear to anybody a body Just what hat could c Uld be bedone bedone bedosie
done But at a this juncture Ik Ike Prod Prodfut Prodfut Prodfut
fut was seized sel ed with an inspiration and andproceeded andp andproceeded
proceeded p d te elucidate it in the longest longestspeech longestspeech
speech of f his life lifeGents UfeGeftts lifeGoats
Gents he h said we have the roe recods reeeds roeoils
oils of the t e coroner to prove that Pete PeteIt
It dead It te our statotoory duty to tobury tobury tobury I
bury him according to the laws made madeand madeand madeand
and pervided It haint right to per permit perI persuit ¬
mit no dead corpse to go sasshain sasshainaround 50 susahainaround ssbJ n naround
around the settlement askeerln of ofhorses ofhorses I
horses and tourists and timid wimmin
JJutlic Days ays of Judge JUdgeLY rudgetyh J
iySch h Coroners CoronersJuries Coroners3uries
Juries Returned ReturnedPunny ReturnedFunny Betiirnecjtmny
Funny tmny Verdicts
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GOOD STORIES STORIESWELIL WELL TOLD TOLDI I
Chinamen have a fine sense of ofhumor orkumor ofhumor
humor said the young playwright playwrightRichard IaW11ghtRichard playwrightRichard
Richard Earle In their quaint and anddry aDddry anddry
dry way the Chinesesay Chinese say innumerable innumerablegood InnutJeraOleood Innumprablegood
good ood things thingsI >
I once knew kne in San Sa Antonio a bach bachelor bacheJor bachelor ¬
elor banker This man decided that thathe tltatbe thatbe
be would employ a Chinese butler Ac Accordingly Accordingly Accordingb ¬
cordingly his arrangements ware made madeand madeand madeand
and in due time the Chinese Chlne butler ap appeared ap appeared appeared
peared He served his first dinner ad admirably admlrably admirably ¬
mirably mirablyAfter mlrablyAlter mirablyAfter
After It the banker said to him himI
I think you will do well ell here hor What Whatte
te your name nameMy namelof nameI
I My lof name Yot Lee Chwang Toy Toythe Toythe Toythe
the Chinaman answered answeredOh
U Oh said ttte banker I cant re remember remember remember
member all that FH Just call you youJohn youJobn youJohn
John JohnAll
All light said the new butler butleiUAt butlerAt butlerAt
UAt At breakfast the next morning the theChinaman tileChinaman theChinaman
Chinaman smiled at his employer employerpleasantly employerpleSARtiy employerpleasantl
pleasantly pleSARtiyWhat pleasantlWhat pleasantlyWhat
What your ntuneT saint IM said soldPierpont saidPierpont saidPlerpont
Pierpont Morgan Jonas J Res my friend friendreplied friendreplied friendreplied
replied repliedMe
Me no joemfefe all that said id the theChinaman theChInaman theChinaxuan
Chinaman Me just call you Tom Tommy Temm TemS8S Ternmy ¬
my m
Says the Womans Home Ho Companion CompanionA CempaRiongentleman
A gentleman who w o bad occasion to go goto got goto
to t an alnland Inland New England village ten tenmiles tenmiles tenmiles
miles from a railroad was as met at the thestation th thstation thestation
station by an old fellow tello who looked as asIf asIf asif
If he might have Just awakened after aftera
a Rip Van Winkle sleep His horse and andbuggy andbuggy andbuggy
buggy were in keeping with their own owners owners ownors ¬
ers ancient ifppearance rlppera e Here ere we air airat airat airat
at last said the driver when they theyanally
finally came to three houses hous s and a
blacksmiths shop sheaThis shaltThis shopThis
This Isnt much of o a place Is it itsaid itsaid T Tsaid
said the depressed depe stranger stra ger lO looking khlg
around aroundOh aroundOh aroundOh
Oh Oh you dont see all o K from
here was as the reply Thars two twomore twomore twomore
more houses over er behind that Mil thar tharan thBlan the thean
an a coopers cO per shop Jest st around that
bend in the road thor Come to bunch bunchem Bunchem bunchem
em all together aa its consMable O Oa 0a
a place placebut but of o coarse It aint New ew
York Yorkt
t S Wli1ison Canadian editor Ja a
recent t 91Wfeb told a story et rf the HOB HOBv H
Edward Blake Jw now M 1 p for Laogford Lo gford
t In et the t v erly British House of Com Comof Comumps o says
O1 O1o
the e New York Times Mr Wilson n S wa
of fb fbhir the hir press gallery force at t Ottawa
when the Canadian na ecpa Pacific railroad raA i istruetktn coo
strtjctkm struetktn was up for discussion di 6lon Mr
Blake was then leader of the liberal party
in Caaada and was opposing the build
ins In of the transcontinental railway rallwa In
speeches that were notorious for their
length Mr r Blake was an a orator who
required little notice to make a telllmr
speech but at this time h hs had fallen
into the habit of l Writing out his speeches speeeh speeehand
and re relldfn rendIng dfn > r them oft at a tremendous tremendousrate
rate He had ha been speaking spe klag for six
hours when one stenographer in lt roller ¬
leg I his f fellow ilew asked Where is he henowT henow tienow
nowT nowTQuick now nowQtdck nowQuick
Quick as a flask came the answer from
the man who had been rushed rusa d to keep keentty
tty u with th tile f orator oratorH onat4K <
H 4K l K 5 on the south bask k of the Sea SasJ
ktehwaJt on tile 4MWJt grade and bO
In like h hTe r rJots
J Te ee see Iewiflohn is a coll collector ctor of tie pie ¬
tures The other day be was cbavwsinc cbavwsincwith choveeslegwith In
with 1tJt Robert Henri til tM painter says the tbepw
New pw York Tribotw TribotwArt TrfDuaeArt TribUDOArt
Art galleries amid exhibitions Mr
I uwJsebn > wtsebn saM are are tnter Interesting tiag plae plaeee e to t
haunt I wish I had noted dawn dp alt the thewad theslid
wad ad comments 1 Iiav Juan beard IR thom
Only last w wHIt c I sto scoed d behind two twowomen twoy twoyoung
y women from Ute country in a aOne
Fifth aV averue lm picture shop > One of them themraJ1ed themeafloti
raJ1ed th the > others attetJOftte attenuon 0 U > an atro atroek
doss ek 6 animal piece pieceTwo pfeceTwo pieceTwo
Two Dogs After Landseer she read d
from the frame 1 I caR sie He the tw two dogs
bet where kft Is LandaearT Land earr
1 Tile ri other yova YOUBgwoma young woman studied the thepainting thepahatllg thepainting
painting closely
Where teher t heT he she saM I guess gaessuils
this R HtttBt > t Bt be one on of them nuzzle pie
tnree tnreeJ tur
turJ
J Pierpont Morgan who uth is really re Y an ancxoellcBt anoXCeJlCRt anexcellent
excellent raconteur tells a very good goodstory goodstory goodstory
story about a man who apparently pos possessed poesessed ¬
sessed a more than average am amount IDt of ofm oftotttenessc
m totttenessc totttenesschurriedly ntness ntnessHurriedly ttnEaIHfimfdly
Hurriedly tearing the office of lice one Satw Safertisy
lay < afternoon the great financier was wasnearly wasnearly wasnearly
nearly thrown oft his feet by b colliding collJdIn
with a man whd was rushing along from
the thedlrectlon direction of Broadway
Mi Margan M rbI1 was about to say ay some someus
thta thing pore ore expreMt Pemlve than DO polite lfte hen
tit the pteo JMIQ mte ntis < ausItaLand hat and said
My tJ dqar r sir s1r I dsnr nt knewwhlo1yof knetv whlclf
us is s to 1obJame to Jlame llamc for r thi this vWtant enccun onc eneounCr un
t tfOr Cr r bur bltr T am i I far tn ttlI pmnt JNRta a hurry
to mvcstiga 4 if I i a1 an a into ta yaa a i I beg bpJIi
Ii
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I move n1Oe that thatw We go bury this tblsere ere corpse corpsean cO se seau
an to ouch oncUSecond ouchSecond v vSecond
Second the tb < motion shouted Colonel
Polk Handy the town real estate estateagent estatEagent estateagent
agent and v the motion was carried carriedunanimously enrrfedunanimousl1 cttrrIedunanimously
unanimously unanimouslyNot >
Not unnaturally unntur Llly < when hen the boys went wentin wentin Wentin
in a bunch ttf t Mr Pete Boon and read readto readto readto
to bun > the verdict of the coroners coronerslr coronerslrquest te irquest tequest
quest showing that th t he was dead d ad he heentered beentered heentered
entered a protest declaring that it itvasnt itwasnt itwasnt
wasnt according to reason that a
dead d d man could be walking around
Ter dead f reI er sure sure f replied the th spokes spokesman spokesman spokesman ¬
man an ye yeare are defyin the courts courtsan
an the constitution which is wus
And nd presently a grim procession was wasseen wasseen wasseen
> seen wending is way Wto to the town to ceme cemetery cometery ¬
tery bearing Pete bound tight to a acellar acellar
cellar door and paying no attention attentionwhatever atteatlonwhat attentionwhatever
whatever what l to the tl e picturesque remarks remarkswhich remarksvThich
which roiled from the lips of the thecorpse thecorpse
corpse corpseBut corpseBut corpseBut
But Pete Pet was notburied He was un unbound tmbound ¬
bound at t the grave ostensibly because becausethe becausethe becausethe
the cellar door would not go into the theJiole thereal1y theholi
Jiole but really to give him a chance chanceto
to run nirt He went off across the prairie prairielike pr prairielike lrJ lrJUk
like Uk a jadkrabbit chased by a Jiotfnd Jioifndand o nd
and In another town he shortly af aCt afterward t terward
erward becdme bCC rre a real rea Corpse corpse at the thehands thehands
hands of a perfect perte tgentJen t gentleman a who was waspossessed waspossessed
possessed of a faro bank and a short shorttemper shortmw shorttemper
temper temperThe temperThe mw mwDbe
The manner in which Joe North Northb bet better b t tter t tter ¬
ter known as Buffalo Joe dame anse to tohis tohis
his death at Wallace in 1875 was re regarded resardedas regartled ¬
garded sardedas as a great joke Some months monthspreviously monthspreviousl monthspreviously
previously Joe hadbeen had been sent out of oftown oft oftown
town t m1 and warnedtox warned to keep away be because be because because ¬
cause of certain shady practices pract with withhis withhis withhis
his faro box bo He had remained away awa awadurin awayduring
during durin the summer and fall but he hewas hewas hewas
was drawn back by the bewitchery bewitcherya beW1tche qf qfa °
a certain scarlet woman of Babylon Babylonvith BabyJowith Babylodwith
with whom he had consorted When Whenit
it became known that he was In town towna
3 meeting meetin was as held h ld at the Exchange Exchangeparlors Excha1 Exchangeparlors e ep
parlors p rtors and it was determined d to a Jin Jinbim bang nan nanhim
him Thera were worse orse men in thecrowd the thecrowd
crowd than Joe had ever been but that thatcut thatcut thatcut
cut no figure with the proposition propo lt1ont1HJt lt1ont1HJtthe tbflt tbfltthe tbitthe
the camp honor and authority tholft3 had ad been beentrifled beentrifled beentrilled
trifled with withThe withThe WithThe
The crowd crowdvroceeded proceeded to t the theliome home of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the courtesan and tore Joe from the thearms theArms thearms
arms of his love He was taken to a atelegraph atelegraph atelegraph
telegraph pole on the railroad right rightofway rigbtofway rightofway
ofway and strung up It was a blt bltt bittsr
ter t r cold night the thermometer rang ranging rangIng rangbig ¬
ing far below belo > zero in the darkness dllrknessJoe darknessJoe
Joe managed to get gettbe the rope under one oneof oneof
of his arms and when he was hoisted hoistedtwenty hoistedtwenty hoistedtwenty
twenty feet into the air he h was in no nodanger nodan nodaner
danger dan er of strangling But he froze to todeath todeath todea
death dea For hours hte h1 Voicg Volc oIct could be beheard beheard I Iheard
heard calling calling c Ulng but growing growingweaker grGingeaker growingweaker
weaker eaker and weaker as the chill cb l crept creptto creptto
to his heart The next morning the thepassengers thep8sSengers thepassengers
passengers on the eastbound train were weregreeted weregreeted weregreeted
greeted by the sight of a a stiff almost almostnaked almostnaked almostnaked
naked swaying swa lng in the north wind windThat windThat
That afternoon a coroners inquest was washeld washld washold
held It was was considered a great Joke Jokethat jokethat jokethat
that in trying to to hang a man the theboys tileboys theboys
boys had frozen him to death The Thehumor Thehumor Thehumor
humor of the situation was infectious infectiousenough inCectJousenough Infectiousenough
enough to make the Jury return the theverdict theverdict theverdict
verdict that Joseph North there ly lying hing lying ¬
ing dead Came iame to his death from ex exposure exposure exposure ¬
posure while insufficiently clad cladAnd cladAnd cladArid
And that night Kitty KtttKllty Kitty was wa the thename thename thename
name of the girl girlfollowed followed the body bod of ofher oCher ofher
her lover to the graveyard wept some sometears sometears I Itf
tears tf > ar5 as the cold clods fell on his cof coffin coffin coffin ¬
fin then thenwent went down to the Exchange Exchangeparlors Exchangeparlorsand
parlors parlorsand and got gloriously drunk I
your our pardon If you ran into me dont dontAnd dontI
I Blent1on1 mentIonetI t ts ttben
1 I And then he i tore away a at redoubled redoubledSenator redo11ed redo11edSenntor redoubledlspeed
lspeed lspeedSenator s
Senator HoaQ Ho I1 of of3fasOksaettstol4 MassSchwsetts told told tfc tfcfollowing the thefollowing thefollowing
following whileat the fltth 1fth Avenue the theether th thutber theother
ether dar darA aa aaAtrlend oarA
A Atrlend friend of mine is the father of an anunusually anunu9uaJJ anunusually
unusually unu9uaJJ precocious youngster a a 5year 5yearoia ayearoUt year
oUt boy bo One day he was invited out to toan toan toan
an afternoon party and before b going he hewas hewas
was warned by his mother not to take a asecond asecond asecond
second helping ol cake cakeIf cakeI cakeIf I
If they the offer It say IlYOU you have had hadenough hadenougb hadenough
enough cautioned the mother motherWhen motherVbcn mothertVhen
I When the kid got g t home mamma IB IBQuired IRQulr Inquired
Quired Qulr how he had fared faredThey taredihey faredThey
They asked mo mo if 1 would have ba a asecond asecOndpfece asecond
second secOndpfece piece and I told them I had had hadenough hadeoou1 hadenough
enough eoou1 > h but I did not knew what hat to nay aaywhen aywhen naywhen
when they asked me again You never nevertold neYertold nevertoldrne
told toldrne toldrneAnd me meAnd meAnd
And what did you say > dear dear1I dearI
I said what rye heard pop say when whenhes whenhes wlMnhes whenhes
hes cross with the for eating too much muchI muchcake muchcake muchcake
cake Take the damn ting away awayThere aWIlYTherl atyThere
There Therl are r In tha world 1d many ma y tricks eel colloquially co1JoqutaJ1y eelloqutally ¬
loquially called wrinkle rlnkl some of ofwhich ofwblch ofwhich
which are arecommon common enough and some more moreknown inoreknown moreknown
j known only onl to a fewTho few fewTho fewThe
Tho other day at the Gravesend track tr ek a ahorseman abol3eman ahorseman
horseman invited in lted > a friend formerly rmerlY of ofthe ote ofthe
the e sea to inspect etm some e horses In chares charesof chargeof
of a 7ill 7illlliig fellow lliig horseman They They found r hint hintdoubled hIntdoubled f fdoubled
doubled up In an earnesteiraeavor to get geta
a big jnck knife open and Md using u g language languagesufficient JanguagOmtt1clent languagosufficient
sufficient for any purpose except getting gettingthe getUnthe
the knife open openIf openIf openIf
If youlLiet youI let id me have that knife a mm mma minute reinute
ute said ie e ctsca txseafarer arcr Ill show you youa
a sailors trick trickThe trickThe trickThe J
The horseman passed p ed it over His vis visitor ylsitor Is Isftor ¬
itor took out a handkerchief laid one end endof eDdor endof
of It on the side sldeoC of therknlfe put his histhumb hiStt histhumb
thumb or o It and a held It there t itrmiy itrmiyaround fIrmtythen
tt then vt on n winding d the e handkerchiet handkerchietaround k e l laround
around the knife in a fold about three threeinches threeinches threeinches
inches wide When he came to the other otherend otherend
end nd he passed the knife to the hand handwhich handwhleh handwhiehahad
which whiehahad ahad bad done the folding and then thenthrew tkenthrew thenthrew
threw it on the ground holding on to the theend theend theend
end of the handkerchief which Unwound Unwoundand unwouDdand unwoundand
and remained In his hand When the thehouseman tbeho thehozseman
houseman ho eman picked up upthoh11lCe thoknife every blade bladewas bladewas bladewas
was open openI
I dont care how badly bad I stock a knife knifeis
is said ald the exponent that Will fetch U Uevery 1teery t tevery
every time tlm tlmeNow New York k Sun SunOn SunOtt
On 0 one of the papers that deal largely largelyin
in sensations there Is a star reporter reporterwho repOrterwho reporterwho
who is at last even ven with his night city cityeditor cltyeditor cityeditor
editor The latter had assigned him to totook tolook tolook
look up a report that a ghost st In Prospect InProtpectpark Prospectpark Protpeetpark
park had terrified and attacked the po police pofee poflee ¬
lice The star reporter was 1i sent t with an anartist anartist anartist
artist who was to take a picture cture of the theghost theShost theghost
ghost ghostThe Shostjhe ghostrhe
The police denied all knowledge of tb tbspecter tbspecUr the thespecter
specter hut the reporter nOted n ted for his hisartist hlgstrength hisstrength
strength and courage Insisted Itslsted on the theartist theartist
artist accompanying him Into the pane paneon parkon rJt rJton
on a search for the dreaded dead that thathad thathad thathad
had returned to earth Once or twice twicethey twicethey twicethey
they thought they saw th the gb ghost st stshivering liS liSsillering asshivering
shivering they noted the moving shadows shadowsof
of the windtossed wlnd tossed foliage in te moonlight moonlightAt
At last they the gave it up and started home homeward bomeard homeward ¬
ward wardJ wardisotti > ard
ardbUth
J bUth oth felt Olt like school schoolbOyS boys who had b been beenenticed n nenticed nentked
enticed into lab nto snipe hunting they hold holdtig holdtmg
tig 112 the bff b bay 5 The reporter believed be eved that thatcould tftatr thateq
r eq < o could play at practical Joking and andtelephoned andtelephone andtelephoned
telephoned to a friend in the art depart department depaltment departmeat
ment to meet him in a Park Row drug drugstore drugstore drugstore
store explaining what he wanted him himto himto himto
to do doIt dolt doIt
It did not take the artist k len lot1 n to paint paintthe painttho paintthe
the left eye o of the athletic reporter a abeautiful a1teautJtul abeautIful
beautiful black and nd to have a trickling tricklingstream ttickllnR4 tricklingZeam
stream R4 am > of red running from his lip A Awad Awad Awad
wad of paper made a great swelling on onthe ontbe onthe
the left side of the face and the right righthand righthand righthand
hand was painted palDt d so that it seemed to tofresh o he hefresh befrblh
fresh from combat The reported repo ted ap appeared appeared j jpeared
peared before the night city editor in a awrv aWlV acerv
wrv excl excIed d condition cdn cOnditioncrc lUon lUonrn i iTv
Tv rn got the thegrelltest greatest beat t ever h hpanted he hepanted hepanted
panted pantedBut pantedButp pantedBut
But Butp old man you OU seem dreadfully
hurt hurtDont Dont mind that I Pvc got the story 8tOryor storyor j jof
or the day Need a stenographer Hand Handbroke Handbroke Handbroke
broke Caught ghost Proved t te b be bebuntlar bebuiglat j jcould
buntlar In sheet scar1n scaring off police so 0 he hecould heCoUld
could rob nearby nearb houses Was ejcprlzP ejcprlzPfighter agprizefighte prtz prtzflgbtet
fighter Nearly got the best of me Soaked Soakedstory Soakedhim Soakedhim
him gdod enrrV B Bill l the artist and I took slat nlnlto slatto
to station house Nobody Clee l5e bas the thestory
story storyAll VAH All you can dldtatc dl tat old man manThe manThe manThe
The reporter began a wonderful story storyof storyof
of the capture when he suddenly Buddpnl seemed seemedto seem 1 1to
to faint He toppled over It was set setting getting etJ etJtin ¬
ting tin near to time for going to press the Thdnight thenight Itbenight
night city editor was in a wild staf stuth t of ofexcitement ofexclt ofexcitement
excitement exclt ment as he saw the beat of the theyear theear theyear
year ear vanishing before his eyes eyesHe oyesHe eyesHe
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ond he was bathing b thlns the reporters rcporterstaee rcporterstaeeTh fact factThe a ft ftThe
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craze dtze e for specialization sp l UZa ibni in the medical medicalprofecslont meditalproCe medisalprofessions
professions proCe lon A poor Po r woman wom n from tro th thJ
Baet Side Sid of r New NeWYork York went to toa toanoarbY a anearby anearby
I nearby dispensary i5 < n 5ary to ask aid for her httlittle her11t herlittle
little 11t s spni ann n wio Wh 1a4 had one of ofjlsfluigers ofjlsfluigerssThahcdwith Ma lingers lingerssmashed fingersshlaSoodwltb
smashed shlaSoodwltb With a iCiascD a baseball U bat t At Atthe Atthefinst Atthefirst the thefirst
first room where she applied pllcd she was wastold wastold wassold
told Tjya curt attendant that the boy boycontd boyOntd boytnht
contd pOt not be btftreatC11 treated lJier lJierWrong h ire ireWrintgplabe
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the eye e and ear department departmentVercf d departmentif partment partmentenf1S
if Vercf enf1S ere Isdorthumb 1a lor thumb und llng finger r de department d dpartD1mt dcpartmnt ¬
partment inquired the woman womansimply womansh womanSimply
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Chicago RecordHerald n ord H rtld Rpp RppTlie nppe
Tlie e stjJrjof s tt1f the last la tdaY day of th the Demo Democratic Dfmocrn Democrauc ¬
cratic crn nationhl convention was as thrilling thrillingas
tu I as liny novel ana it gives gl a sensational sensationalinterest sensationaliRterest sensationalInterest
interest to the hitherto prosaic figure fi rc of ofJodRe ofJud ofJudgs
JodRe Jud Et Parker ParkerI
f I As his telegram Is inroad read with a due con conzldprarion cone eonzideration
e zldprarion 1d ntt1on of all the circumstances Ircumstan it wilt willb wiltlbif wiltbe
b be seen n that it contains suggestions sugg tfons both bothr
lbif r courage and integrity Inter1 Y and rndalso also of a asagacity aqJt8e1ty aiigacIty
sagacity which might be variously con construed contnJed Costreed ¬
treed It might be shown oh the one onei onehand
i t hand that this sagacity had In It a Jarge Jargef1em Jargeelsinent
4 element f1em t of political astuteness The Thef Thejudges
f Judges s telegram t le am arrived in St Louis Jtr Jtra uI It Ita
a very critical time in the deliberations deliberationsofthe d deliberationsofthe li raUont <
ofthe 0 ther convention onv ntlon and In Ute fortunes of ofthe otthe ofthe
I the party If he bad been planning t for forhistrionic for1strionlc forklethoflic
histrionic effect during his long period periodof
i of silence he could not have found foundClttlngfmoment a amore amore
more flttingftnoment for a grand dramatic dramaticctlthax dramaticcli dramaticclimax
climax cli mx in which he might overwhelm a adeluded adluded adeluded
deluded and disorganized opposition oppositionIt
It Is true also that the New York press presswas presst
I was menacing in its ts denunciation of the theI theom6slon
I t I omission of any reference to the th money moneystandard moneys moneystltndard
standard s ndard in the platform And with f equal equalcertalnry n ual
j certainty It may be b said that the ht Demo Democratic DemoI Democratie ¬
cratic sentiment of Mr Parkers section sectionof M tion tionof
of the th countrywas country < was offended of tended by the omis omission omltf omisales ¬
I ales f andthat and that it was held pretty generally generallyto
to lessen his chances of election The In InI
I flHence uence of his environment therefore wa wapfalnly was waspla1nI lS
pfalnly lalnl favorable to such a declaration as asi asbe
I he pe pezined ncd and he migbt have yielded i lded to toI toit
I Jt or exprE8Fro himself at a Jess oppor opporI opportitan
i titan moment momentI momentBut momentBut
I I But ww II It IB 1 possi poesltle tVCSilIU Ic rtlOW also to fcw j interpret v fc fcI hIS hISaetln hisaction
I action as evidence of good political sense sensef scn scnuntainted senseuntainted
f untainted by discreditable trickery and andexcept andj andexcept
except e e > pt on the theory that he is a puppet puppetj puppetworked
j I j worked by strings strin it certainly required requiredt requiredmore
I t more than ordinary courage A storm was wasJ wassure
J i sure to be b raised an honor highly coveted covetedJwas covtedJ covetedwas
Jwas J was risked on the throw The unprece unprecedented unprCeIdeAted
IdeAted dented nature of the proceedings itself itselfI ltsflfImPlIes
I implies resolutionand r resolutIon oJttlon and decision of char chart chartacter
actcr t as well as the expression exp lon of an hon honi honest honeat
i est and deepseated conviction aM the thedetermination thej thedetermination
determination OOtelD1f n atlon not no notto rto to leave looeany any possibility possibilityof pot slbi1tt1 slbi1tt1or
of a misunderstanding as to the hQ 19 can candidates candldateg candldateS ¬
j didates future course courseIf cou couH eouseif
If therefore there was astuteness In Inthe inthe litthe
the morn these considerations cannot b blelt be beleft bleft
left out of account and forthe present presentat pre nt ntat
at least they theywm will have great gr > t weight with withthe wIthth vIththe
the th public The longcontinued silence silencehas silencebas silencel
has l been 1fe n broken with good effect effectFARKERS effectPABKE3S
1 PABKEBS ACTION ACTIONOne ACTIONOne ACTIONSOne
One That That Effectively Clears Him iin of ofDuplicity ofDuplicity ofDuplicity
Duplicity or Cowardice CotrardlceNew CowardiceNew CowardiceNew
New York Tribune TribuneJuice TribuneJDi TrIbuneJudge
Juice JDi e Allen B Parkers refusal to tostfiul tost tOstpd
stfiul st nd < for the presidency pr on a platfon platfonWhich pJattontwhich platforiPuhlch
Which ignores the money question qu sUon ana anadoctrine and andi andleaves
i leaves ves In binding force tiS Democratic Democraticdoctrine DenlocratiGdoctrine
doctrine the free silver sll r coinage Panks of of15P5 oflees
lees J and 1900 docs signal credit to the thefirmness the1rmness theIrmness
firmness and courage courageof of his public char character charCt charzcter ¬
acter Ct r Judge Parker is widely respected respectedIn
In this state for the conspicuous ability abilityhe
he has shown In politics and on the thebench tbeb theboeh
b bench h and for the th purity and Integrity of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his private erliratelIfe life Every mun who knows knowsaim knowsblm knowshim
aim esteems him The Republicans of ofNew ofNew
New 18 > York have nothing n thlng but goOd words wordsto wordsto
to say about him in his hl private capacity capacitymf cpercityand pstlty pstltytiM I
tiM mf In his judicial activities His mes message mesng message ¬
sage therefore to the convention which whichmisled whichmisled whichmisled
misled by the unfounded assurances of his hisrepresentatives i irepresentatives irepre
representatives repre entaties at St Louis offered him hinta i ia inomination
a nomination on terms offensive to his hisselfrespect hisseJres hisselfrespect
selfrespect seJres t will surprise no one familiar familiarwlthJudse familiarwith familiarwith
wlthJudse with Judge Parkers honorable achieve achievements achievements achievemeets ¬
ments and honorable record recordJudge reeoruJudge recoruJudge
Judge Parker ParkerWashington ParkerPashlngton ParkerWashington
Washington Star Rep RepTh RepThe
The Democratic nominee for the t e presi presidencyis prcsideftCY prestdeacy ¬
dencyis deftCY tg i 3 a gentleman of ability abUit of irrr iITfproachle irreprochble
proachajble character and a worthy citi citithinfrs citizeR citiZen
Zen Inth in the best sense ot the word All Allthings
things t1aln considered he was easily tile ttiestrongest tilestronest tnestrongest
strongest man bar none who figured in inthe int inthe
the t speculations about the St Louis Louisatdft Louisprie Louisprize
prize His party put Its best foot for fore foremost I
most therefore In calling him to Its ItsJeodershlp itsleadership j jonly
leadership It acted in thv th premise not notonly I Ionly
only wisely 1sely but logically It responded respondedto I
to the pew combination erfected by the thecssary thee theeast5jifltV
e strnd the auth uth New erk rk bEng he neceesar I
cssary ftf f Democratic De mocratlc1fuccess success was asked askedto
to name the man ma best assured of victory victoryat
at the polls poJLsand and It named fudge Parker ParkerThe ParkerTho ParkerThe I
The south accepted him and he is now nowthe nowthe nowthe
the candidate On persohal grounds no nocrldeftnr n ncrJt1eP5m nocrltlelbnl
crldeftnr lies As man ana citizen he is Isas i ias ias
as far above reproach rt > as Sir Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand I IRnd
and that Insures a campaign cam aJgn where the theprinciples theprinelp1e theprinciples
principles of the two parties nill bear bearthe bearthe bearthe
the weight of the discussion discussionA
A WONDERFUL I DAM DAMt DAliTtat > AH AHT4iat
T4iat t of the Nile Cost Costiftecn JFif teen Million KfllionDollars MillionDollars liilhionDollars
Dollars DollarsH
H Rider Haggard writes writeS to the Lon London Lendon ¬
don Mail I i1 that the great Nile NII dam at atAssouan atAssouan
Assouan is jsa a work which the builders buildersof builders builderstl1e
of the pyramids would have been proud proudof
of The massive granite wall svhjchforms svhjch wlVchferms vlichferms
ferms the dam is over 2000 yards in inlength inIengtb Inlength
length and crosses the Nile from side aideto sideto sideto
to side Qn the restof it twentysix twentysixfeet twentslxfeet
feet wide runs a tramway along alop which whichthe whichth whichthe
the th visltors visitor vlsitoraeated seated on a rough trolley trolleyis
is propelled at sjpeed peed by Arabs Hence Henceto
to the north he sees a great extent o oshining ot otshIning ofshining
shining rocks between which the wa water ivater a ater ¬
ter runs in channels and to the south southa
a vast v st lake that in some places attains attainsa
a depth of neatly 200 feet feetThis feeLThis
This is the reservoir and all the theweight tbeweight theweight
weight of it and of the Nile for the 150 150miles 1Omiles
miles or so that It Is held up is press pressIng pressIng pressIng
Ing against the wall a11 on which he hestands hestands hestands
stands In this wall are ISO sluices sluicesworked sluicesworked
worked by machinery which arp ar suffi sufficient sufficient antident ¬
cient to deal with every conceivable conceivablecontingency conc conceivablecontingency hable hablerontlngency
contingency of flood The dam and res reservoir reservoir rcaervoir ¬
ervoir cost 15000000 15000000The l5OOOOOOThe
The flood ODd Nile attains Its height at atAssouan atAssounn atAssonan
Assouan about Sept 5 when the aver average average ¬
age maximum discharge is SOOOW800 SOOOW800tons 8oo00f000tons SOO000000tons
tons per diem Thenceforth It slows slowsdown slogdO slowsdown
down dO D until the following June 1 1 when whenthe whenthe
the average averAge maximum discharge is 3i 3 3oQooo
000000 tons per diem JNt ow > w the flood floodcrop floodcrop floodcrop
crop of corn In upper Egypt which is ismainly Ismalnb ismainly
mainly affected by b this reservoir is isreaped isreaped
reaped about midDecember after afterwhich afterwhich
which the onecrop land hitherto lay laydormant laydormant
dormant until the next flood Then it itis ItIs
is that the Assouan dam fulfills its itsmagnificent Itsmagnificent
magnificent purpose Thus from June
1 untilJuly until JulY 10 when the river is nat naturally natuntlly natursilly ¬
urally atits at Its lowest the heldup water waterte
te let l t out gradually through the sluices sluiceswith sluiceswith
with the result rC iUlt that the normal flow flowat floWat flowat
at that period is doubled doubledHussian doubleP doubleRussian doubledRussian
P
Russian Proverbs ProverbsWestminster ProverbsWestminster ProverbsWestminster
Westminster Gazette GazetteEat GazetteEat Gazetteat
Eat at the honey thou canst fiml 111 drink drinkthe drinkthe drinkthe
the vermouth thou canst not avoid avoidIf
If thou sayest snow Is dirty what whatwilt whatWilt whatwilt
wilt thou say sa about chimney soot sootEven sootEven
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Even the stupid man isclever is clever enough enoughto en ugh ughto
to make makenn an excuse excuseWhen excuseWhen excuseWhen
When the nightingales voice vo e was waspraised waspraised wasprals
praised prals d the cart horse began to neigh neighWhat neigh1Vhat neighWhat
What a pity to lose my m splendid splendidboat splendidboat splendidboat
boat cried cried the ferryman as he and hia hiapassengers i11fJ i11fJpassengers fli flipassengerswere
passengers passengerswere were drowning drowningWhen drowningWhen drowningWhen
When the avaricious man has sold his hisforest hisforest hisforest
forest he wants to sell the trees treesThe treesThe treesThe
The bees gather wax and honey the theavaricious theavaricious theavaricious
avaricious man m n asks that they should shouldalso shouldalso shouldalso
also prepare his mead meadDo mendDo meadDo
Do not look too longat tong at the holes in inyo inyoor Inyour
yo your r coat but put patches on them themHe themHe i iHe
He who receives too > much praise praisews praisegrows I Igrows
grows ws donkeys ears oarsSpin t tSpin tSpin
Spin flax iff you ou cannot e nnot weave silk silkJull 4 4Dull 4Dull
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White Housa Bou he said saidMr saidtr saidMr
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Dr W Wi Yo J JOSullhan OSullivan the pathologist i iof Iot iof
of politics who stood in the back background background j
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the th city clt Everything lit campers supplies We e can fit up Pleasure PleasurePlcnickine Pleasurepj PleasurePiinkcking
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1Atn ii failed has enabled up to build up the thelargest theJargest theI
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on onMERCHANTS onMERCHANTS onMERChANTS
MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONScientific
Scientific Collectors of Debts Publishers of Credit Records of Delin Delinlinquent De1InIinquent Delinlinquent
linquent Debtors who can but refuse to pay their Just debts debts and con consequently conS4Hluentl3t consoquently
sequently unworthy of trust and confidence REPORTERS of How Howpeople Howpeople Howpeople
people pay p y their bills billsEstablished billsEstablished billsEstablished
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InTigect June 8th 1904 1904IiEAVE 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE
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No o 4 for Denver and East 8s h hsit AAU
No ° JJL It fr ° sden den al and < l local point 65 FM
No 10 for HHber H er Provo and
Marysvale MaryavaleNo S31AM s A1II
No S for Provo and Eureka 5jCO 00 PJki P >
No 3 for Ogden and WeaL W t 1155 Il PK
No Zio 1 for Ogden and Weet V et 141 l4 PM
No Ii for Olden and West 1150 AM 1
No H2 for l11rk CIY I l AM
No 0 112 for forBlnham gingham 1IO 1IOo W AM
No o Ill for Blngham bam s1It PM PJt
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No 5 from Denver and Bast nJHt AM AMf
f No1 No > o 1 from Denver and Ease 116 l PM
No 3 from Denver and Ea Eutn46 East tiltf 1i45 PM
No 9 from Heber Provo and
Marysvale CM I PM P
No 6 from Ogden and WesW Ves S4t 1 AM
No 2 from Ogden and West SM S PM
No No4 4 from Osdan Ott and West 7B5 7 5 PM
No 7 tram Eureka and ProvoieCO Provol OO o AM AMi
i No 101 from Park City 615 pj PL
No Ill from Bingham 119 it fO AJtf
100 No Ill from Bingham 55 551 PM PJCPEBFECT PMPEnFECT PMPEBECT
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