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BEING flEING A DI DISTXNGUISHFk ISH Dcltrzen Dcltrzenot citizen citizenj
j ot j great state1 = tato the 1l0mhl nominee C or orllis ofIns
Ins party fof a great tfm dfflC 8 Stmatul StmatulFairbanks iienattIrFairbanks
Fairbanks Is entltled to an and will 11 have JllveI
I moat most cordial reception In UtaL ta Tile TileHezald he heIIeald
IIeald joins in the wish that lu may mayenjo mayenjoy
enjo enjoy his VISit Islt thrive on Utah diet dietslumber dietslumber
slumber SfeeUy in the mountain air airor altof
or this 1n ompum ompnrbie > le cllin climate t and lit litpart do doIart
part wIth none but pl pleSnt liS1lnt memorle memor1eof r rot
ot his stay stayA stiyA
A A goOd many of Ug wish h might mgItt11ave mighthave
have come under more aU auapicloue pfcfOU8 con condiUons conditlons
diUons than mark his advent A good goodmany goodmany
many of us are re wondering how he is isgoing isgoing
going to steer clear 0 of theSaylJa the Seylla and andCharbdls andCharybdls
Charbdls ot Smoot and Kearns nut nutthose hutthose
those who have laye seen the I IndianA 1di t11 senn senntors stlators
tors tracks in thefmow around lndIan lndIanapoUs ludlaziapolls
apoUs durln a campaign know that he heI
19 I able to skate a figure eight nIl nIlround allmtround
round a crack in the ice without get gettrnl gettfng
trnl his feet wetnnd wet and have hcpe ot ot111m ofhim
him In Inth thm emergency emergenyIt emergencyIt
It ma may not Ue amiss to 1ake a sug sugJCestion suggttion
JCestion in the Intere t Of the guesto guestothe guest of ofthe
the da day As a good old lIet Methodist odt8t brQ brQther br brtiler
ther reared in the mn corl1erIJ corner c cthe ef efthe
the Meridlon lt > rhIltm street church It might mightcmb mightembarrass
cmb embarrass rrasst1m him In hIs Indiana Can135 Can135to
to have it announced that he has been beennrother beenBrother
Brother Smoots gust on this nU5 nU5pltious aii aiipkious
pltious occasion occasionV occasionWe
We V wh who know the junlorsennto are ftrequite arelUlte
quite sure that he is not nota a potygounlst potygounlstdoes po1yumnistdoes
does not e8r horns eats sleeps ntl ntldre 11l 11ldresses
dre dresses 8e8 another Chrlst1atfs de e and is islulreh ismmtlrely
lulreh innoduou innoduouexcept except IUI astielancLurcimnian 1 p l ltidancturchman
tidancturchman tidancturchmanBtJt
BtJt along the banks of thl tlL VJrlt WMtthe VJrltthe
the WAbash and the Oh there is n nftron aFtrong
ftron Ftrong conviction that the 1rovo rovo apes IIlOSt1e
4 tie Is an extraordin extraordinary ry crentar pUbsi pUbsibly posaibiy
bly human b but t I 10st certain certainly danger dangerous
ous < us and if Falrbanks1UUl Fairbanks itI Sm4ot ot are area areasrwIatd
a asrwIatd lat d too IntimatIY T1er Ute UteH tbeH44er
H H44er el mQ may have to xplaln things thingshf timingsha
hf ha > R he sets off at Tent T Tnggttrts Tnggttrtseating SSkrts SSkrtseaUng
eating house in Indana Indnnnpl IndnnnplIt o1 o1It
It might be Askln asking too r1l rvieh h but butwhile butWhile
while he is here we woulplkettQ know knowton knowton
ton Jm just t which faction S Sen nat tur r Fair Fairbanks 111banks
banks i oII1g go1ng to belie bellevt Will WtulI WtulIonftrm Ie Ieeoullrmn
onftrm tlw th gleeful assertion assertIonof ot en1 eiator en1tor
tor Smoots friends that Roosevelt ad adFahb8nl aimdFahbaimks
Fahb8nl s ne e his staunch 8UPPOlt supportrs supportrsIn rs rsIn
In Ws hI hour of trouble and will EEC liEemot EECmOOt
mot tIrough his hearing sael saelertfilnly safely safelyerthinty
ertfilnly It the Republican admnis admnistratioll admnistratlomi
tratioll and Qmpal eumpaign n managem management nt feel fttlthat feelthat
that way about Sel1AtOr Smoot Jt Jtwould itwould
would b be the manly thing tor fbkCandidate fbkCandidateFairbanks ctndldote ctndldoteFairbankg
Fairbanks to say fJhtOJ1t in meet meeting meetlug
lug Besides it would add1mmensel add1mmenseltn
tn t the interest of Ue C8mpu canpaign hn not notonly
0111 only hen but all over th thcountry thcountryItut counr counrHut
Hut if Mr Fairbanks feelsu a good goodflEfl oo oomHJi
mHJi flEfl lJE people > ople in Utah eelthJt Smnoits Smnoitsastivity J Ots Otsarttvlt
arttvlt astivity in pOlitics has q leena n n 1jllmc1 liiunthr liiunthrfor r rfr
fr him for 1116 m party and his 9tatC 9tatCtlltn atatetlmin
tlltn the IndIana sen menntor tor ctrttin ctrttinought certmtiny certmtinyought
ought to be outspoken about if it Hc Hcmight liemight
might jose itome ome votes in Utah but he hewoultl hewould
would make an everlasting reputation reputationfor
for cuM cUrage cUrageThe e eThe
The tarl tarlfl fh tile > money ktStle riae U the iu cuS cuStis s sIi
tis Ii s of imperialism and at a bh tlg Jav Javare navy navyamc
are all or much leas Infporlt1nClre Infporlt1nClre1ti intportdnC1re intportdnC1reii
1ti ii Utah than th question of r rtorft rtorftpeace tb tbPt3CQ
peace in this state and re regamnng a1 lng The rheI TheitresUge
I itresUge res broad which t las a6 b bt I lsit lsitlhrough St
1 lhrough hro gh the blund blumlers rsot of t11 time R Th2b1iClfl Th2b1iClflparty h1ietrt h1ietrtJ
J party r In Utah stnawr Sxmaor Fturbnmtks Fturbnmtksmight uh3iU uh3iUf1Ug
f1Ug might t r rai lJly to o shoe US ti h t frik k Iatt Iattmnento tl tl11wnt
11wnt or b his is ophlIqn 0 on U the theloeal 10 ca1 Stua Stuatioxm
t tioxm ion An anxious publc lwalt 11s 11sstateJtu i1 i1statetlient
stateJtu statetlient statetlients t tST
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ST s rPpiis PTHIS LlT LiTIGATION LiTIGATIONI G T N NIT
I IT T IS VERY E E42STLT iBS + Y to be behOlled
1 hoped that the thethreetened thrfmtened J uater uaterrigltS ter terrigto
rigto rigltS ts lit Iitigatin igatiqn f fmi 1 Sevtt > cou county tt wijl wijllot wijimot
lot dev dev1op lopaid and prd rdgress l Sglo to pt iie extent extentor extentoh
or tyJng up the rcl rJc1ImatIom rnation otthe f the land landin
in 11 tha t Jwtioo etion oC the state It Is Istat IsMatthl
Matthl tat tltat tmat the th cortjletlon Or theSan theSanl the San SanPeatQ
l PeatQ eatQ Lv t Angeles italt 81t Lake rail rallwa3 railway
way wUl l i oincltll1ht with the Jnau Jnaugurat10n lnwuguratlon
gurat10n of this litigation This be beca becausivLen
ca uS1leu th rRilroad Is jJnlshwl It Iti1l 1tafl
afl i1l 1 be P trnsbIe ble to get rolonttt 1 10 par PUrha parchasE
chasE ha I the he JttUd and bri bring 1tt It undlr j1l j1ltiat1oJJ diiitivatiomi
tiat1oJJ tivatiomiThome I IThoil
Thoil wlo ho are familiar with the lQ IQeStion
eStion < 11 tioQ amid character of the lnUt to be beb bebneflJed
b bneflJed nUtc l b the irrigat1o lrrlgatloilprojectn lrrlgatloilprojectnOfllfftd rojects rojectsIn
Ofllfftd In f td and under wa way stiy t that it itif L Lis
if as ai rich ri 1 8S alq sOil in the BUtte th that thate1013S t
10118 or all kifta qan tn be lIE grown thert1 thert1advRlltngeoU9b tllerm tllermadvantngeouny
advRlltngeoU9b and that bWou14 I wouk sure sureIy surely
Iy add materlaUy to thE th agricultural ngrlcu1tulalWealth agriculturalnealth
Wealth Qt the stat To tie un this thisvajuable thisvaiuable
vajuable territory by lIUg litigation Uon between betweenwater betweenwater
water and irrigation cQrnpanies cOmpanleswould cOmpanleswouldbe would wouldbe
be disastrous to Its ultimate develop developmput developrnp
mput mputSuch rnp v it itSuck
Such a fight mIght bectnle so bitter blttrtI
tI e t to prpt prient > nt lheiJccupattfp the bocupaUon and unitt unittltlon unltlzailon
ltlon or the th land tor fornmaiy nil1ry yeats All Allo AllVl
Vl o an IP > interested tn fn tbf the material I1aterlalwelfare materialwelfar
welfare of the s state ate 1v will 1l 101n ci1n In hop hopng hoping
ing ng t that t some me method hoa qtasVol Ung th thUUga the theltiaon
UUga ltiaon n will be CUL frd u urtlSra y c corn cornpronlise m mpro1
pro1 fSe or a satJ atisfaotbry fAot fat 1atuie teCAn teCAnbe ean eanbe
be Rlrlvd vt Th TheImtrjtcd jl1 d ZUirtf ZUirtfsbould parties partiesshouhi
sbould submit the questfon to arblfra arblfraHolt arbitratinli
Holt ana aJree to abide by the result resultt
t tem the nd tl that t the hn4 may b btJ4rown bm bmti4OW3t
tJ4rown open t to ettleI3 ibf Sp SpOelt1 edny a aI as asiossibk
I iossibk iossibkMAHLERS S6ibl S6iblMAHIEJitS
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MAHIEJitS tJoNi1iiONAPAJltTII POT1ONPATT
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1 T N rUSTICE to the Commercial clubas club ijuiYI
I as an org orgau1zatlonIt uizat1 1 iU > is explll1ned explll1nedtlint ecplamnedthat
that the a applIcation fqr Qr fa a rnncbi franchiedouatlon rnncbidonft1on
donft1on Irciin m the clY whIch was wasgh wangivvn
gh givvn > n t1i tl1e e tpfU oflieiaI fal endOii5cme nt or he hedub Iwiub
dub earn eore th the gQycrnlngboard gQycrnlngboardonly vernIrgboard vernIrgboardonly
only ah ahIcL lot before the club S a aw a1IO1e
w 1IO1e 1 and the th meeting of that board boardJzqpil boardr
r Jzqpil < E0rn1ri ed d fJ a bate qqortu quorurn eight out outof outof
of ttG ffften n memb nlemherm rS reduced later t tJ to toias
J ias s tba 1J a ugoru11 quorum b by the deLu deartuze deartuzeof rtut rtuto
o of OJf one mem membr r i at 1t 1 Is a1o 1 o cxp1a1ntd cxp1a1ntdo
o tht t tfi th 0 fndorse indorscriit J llt ts sent e nt to the e city cityt l
r t c councIywas o 1yas Son omnaiat a t stfongUr Stronor than thanso 1anf
f so tncmtf c the11iciT1bers M fube g fnte intdiidi 1dua it t twRI
wRI 0I2m 1ftiPl Ptht1I 1
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wIthout fT1f1i onide tltioa of it tj tiform tt ttform
form It tfh Tward took tookt tookiIle
iIle 1mat t s it ml niiy the U uhas J n lT1i1 lT1i1bas
bas b been ffnborsed milorsed on an Ru pptato pptatotbr pkatolitb
tbr a 1a frnicjIie ChfS which hl ll aquIrmi ulru in k kturn i iturn
turn no guarantee of my any 1 r3nd > udC e41 e41mtriicti < JD JDtttTUcti
tttTUcti mtriicti ri11utsfd n outside Salt bb Ltik no plal plalantee t1ni t1niantee
antee of ir lIahlc gOod dah or ornbl1iyI ornbiliyto
nbl1iyI blnU bullUthe the Toad and nJ ii gu gtIar gtIarn4ce r rflUtC
flUtC n4ce t1A1 the 11n pr proJftct4and jec a n d dstrB do doaIa
strB namely froniP from Paysojt oJtt t L L tlln tllno gsner
o er r will Ill be built builtw 1UiltTIe
w TIe 1o HJraltl agrees wjt withrrytamIIg withrrytamIIgthe IIrg IIrgthe
the jndorsers ray a or the desirability desirabilityot
ot such a line as 111 Mllhhj t1Jk t1Jknbouf tiikiabout
about But it dbesnotslle does IIQI s4 any lJu lJunessg bum bumness
nessg ness gthnptlon mp1fon himal frimnaking ng a t pre prednL ttt 01 01a ata
a franchise t to Mi rr Maltier a1tler RlmJS stmmStlam stmmStlamcause be beleaus
leaus cause h lie t talks tks Si glibly lY about 1 ut Si line lineoffers jnn jnnolTers
offers nOSUbstal1dal no substamitlal assurane t tha he hexviiI e ewill
will eel build it It 1 L e offeel OffQC a go1 go1bond go gobond
bond to Inp itiTe e the conltiuctiO1 IIr IIrPaY5op C CPaysopLogan
PaY5op PaysopLogan ogln 1ine If h heflore1 tr aimy aimyrturmi 111
1 rturmi WtJ1 dEfl91te defi1te i III onns tpr for nit nitThously n nt ntmousIy
mousIy valuable 1Jtia1Jle f rtncl1fse tnchlse hi his lTOW lTOWsiUon propp proppsition
siUon mightQ debatable As If itisfii itisfiihas is ishas
has offered nothing but l uslrg eoI eoItersaUpn ccitiersatippand
tersaUpn tiersatippand and JJretwn Im retuxn a akwIviIegtn akwIviIegtnworth ltS riynCe riynCeworth
worth a tortune tortuneAt
At least onelltjzen r Salt ke keir keirRobertD I IRobertD
RobertD Grant has eXprM exprsi3i J to l laQ ih ihIttbjald
Ittbjald aQ n nlpingness il ngne B to n1 Mi th thC OlLv OlLv1OLOOO i il01JGOO
l01JGOO in c clhli h for sucI1 sucla fraitchIsas ranchie ranchieas
as Ir Mali1eidmands ahleiYd mands fr frte It 15 al altugetilr 11 11tQge
tQge tugetilr l prl prbbable > a1Jle the LaP90n Lagoon Ihacl IhaclvOJ1ld zhad1OuId
vOJ1ld QW gld1y hay ay 90S s n11ft m i fez COlt fezthe
t the f arne IJ1e nI1tvn pvlylWge S Mr GrluJt Griut 5 sto n Jlf Jlfto
to furnish the caSh and woull b be gJa gJato glatt glattto
to do ft He docs not orrrr 1i t gual guaran guarantee n ntee
tee a J line e to Ip Loitn n or O pr Pr3YQ vQ ItrPaY1 tfr Pa Pasonnelther
sonnelther dobs Mr lr Mahl Mahlerwho Mahlerwhotdlkeab rwh1 jnif jnift
t tdlkeab lkf1ab utsuoh a U Jfne Jfneno ei eirte
rte point of the matter is hat Su Suk Smike
k ke i tlsk skd d tg tQlve ilve NX omltl omnething omnethingof n nor
or gr great at value aboolut lY wItl1outan wItl1outangu without any anygu
gu Ianteed return and on terms which whilhwould whichwould
would be aQsl1r If the propoilt1on propoilt1onwere
were a matter between business men menWhy menWhy
Why 5h ehouldzit u aitt the corporation o of 1nlt 1nltLake i4iul i4iulLake
Lake shQlr shv Is s much buslqess Gen 03 03anrmerch naany
anrmerch any merchant nt Qr or banker would ouldh IllItn3 IllItn3snm tn tnsari
sari snm s sort It t t ra a tra tralaCtldn sacU n Wi Wish Wiy WiyshOuld
sh shOuld Uld Mr rr lra Mahlerbe le be t pr presented sented Ith Ithat 1I 1Iat
at least nOOOOObecause 100000 because 1e hpi ha tlt tltnervE tI tInerve
nervE to ask for it itUflless i I IUnless
Unless lIr Mahler ittahier has oomet ecmetlmlg ecmetlmlgmore J1gi J1gimore
more substantial to offer than neba nebaalready ne iJa iJaalr
already alr adSr dftered thetranc1ise the franchise petftttj petftzi petftzipught
pught t9 he hebusted hebustedLAFOLLETTES bUtle
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LAFOLLETTES GREAT VICTORY VICTORYI VICTOYfJBE
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I JBE BE DECI DECISION ON of the supreme ctntlf ctntlfof ebUrt ebUrtI
I of Vl V1ezorinin onsln holding that the L8 L8Follette LaFollette
Follette ti tIket ket is rig regular lar and lhbre lhbrefore thhrefore
fore entitled eiltltledtq tQ a place under the name nameRGpublloan 1 1R
R RGpublloan publloan ticket7ls ticket Is a si swsepihg Plng VIC VICtOJ c4 c4tory
tOJ tory for the govern o or a and d his frienasj frien6 frien61E
rE very crY contention they made has Seen optnuphel Seenuphold
uphold The They are the regUlars the theSpoonerQul theSpoonerQuarles
SpoonerQul leB faction the Qltf1e1 Qltl5 Qltl5The
The decision puts Ute tL nepubllc n 1t 1ttloJ ut uttldmiai
tloJ tldmiai al commitleo In the npsuill tttti ttttitude ttI ttItude
tude of endorsing a bolting minority minoritf minorityfor
f for rlhat that cOmmittee thanks to th the < In Influence 1n 1nfluence
fluence jf Spooner and Quarles seti > ELt f tl tl1e dtle
1e tle national delegates named by the thes6nators thesmatois
s6nators s6natorsheefCecp smatoisThe
The heefCecp cffec ot t thedeclsion e d clsion on theeec the elec election
t10n In 1Vlsc TI5Cfl1fl nsln remains to be Sc hen henIt n nIt I
It Js reportedthat reported that the bolters nom nominee nomineefor ee eefor
for governor Samuel A Cook will willvlthdraw
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wlth vlthdraw nw tl10m the ticket The Tilecalid a acall
call calid Stalwarts ma may nominate a mani manito man manto
to pucceed HUn t for i their committe comnllttohutc comnllttohutcthe iar iarthe
the power powertoddep tod 1 FP OD thnyma a abldQ abldQmr la lab
b mr the recTsldn clecThIont ot the court with such suchh sucitphilosOphy
philosOphy h os phy as they they can muster Onll Onllone OnIy OnIyone
one thing seems certain The fight fightaInst
a aInst lnsi LaFonett t iy the corporationS corporationSand 1
and their representatives wlll not be beabandoned beahandoned
abandoned abandonedLaFollette + I ILaFollette
LaFollette stands for so much the theolhrpbnLtloIlg
QrPbmttol1i3 obieCr 3ttO t tbatthey Q qan qannot n nnot
not very w l1atford to let hIm 1i have haveundlsputed ve veundIsputed
undIsputed c cOntOl ntidl of the state 1m 1mtheIr littheir
theIr fight they wlll of course be I aim1e aim1eby fl flby
by Senators Spooner and QuarJes and andthelt nd ndtheIr
theIr fol1O fol1owing il1 ThIS will put th tivzisn tivzisnatas Pn Pnatprs
atprs In in Zt aWkw awkvard rd position sitlon 1 hilLy hilLyhive he hehaVe
haVe conteIM d aU along thatthe lev levrescnted metiresented
resented a 1na majority ority ot the ltepuJuc ltcpulIicanparty n npart
part In Vi5consin It is now qylte qylteappnret1t qtjjteapparetlt
appnret1t to all c11 IisInteresteii interest observers obsernsthat observersthat
that the they do not notThe iiotTii
The Tii tru trul h 15 Is that Governor < oerio ItId ItIdJette LaFL1 LaFL1Jette
Jette has been in the right all along alongHe aloligHo I
He had t m majority rlt Jn the state oon conven conventI pn pntl
tl n obtaIned 11 i Ic true b by soafing soafingOmflC ting tingsome
some of his frIends who ho came in e cOn cOntested n ntested
tested delegations but the merit of ofthose > f fth
th those s contests have never b been en mnde mndepub1t nmdepublic
public It is just as fftir aIr for thOd thOdui14l tltoteunlleqtialnted I
ui14l unlleqtialnted q aft1ted with the eidNtce to as s s3urne
8 3urne lhe that t1 tle e committee d decSi1lS 5ims iQ iQfavbr il ilvbr
favbr vbr or tl1 tile LnF LaFollette lltttte men were right righta
a 9 to asaume yme that th they Y wer were Won WonThos ong ongThose
Those who know somethln noufthe abouthenithode noufthen
n nithode hp 8 of corporations and those thoserepresent h hr
r represent pr nt thoJ thorn l in I1 politics knnv ttat ttatthey tIflttheioften
they theioften ften Ue questionable 1noon5to 1noon5toblj lneannto1IIlg
blj 1IIlg about the ends eedsthey they 7lre Itis Itisetft11 it is isevftire
etft11 PrQbablc that t eUth u h m meals ts wrc wrcused zrc zrciselI
used ht 1n the efforts efforts to depdv2 deprtveUoverzr deprtveUoverzrLaIoIldtto ocrlQl ocrlQlLtiFtoll
LtiFtoll LaIoIldtto ite or the contr9f of the Ws Wscousin s sCO
CO cousin skt conytntlon conytntlonJn
Jn any event Ute dec deciamOn 310n hwnct hwnctJ lid nct nctleimeeneAl
J leimeeneAl nid tht th > D Democratic tnoer tlc pro prospect ect fior fiorQ1 or orc4l
c4l Q1 rIig 1g the E sta sta tt this y year a Joti boh icr icrite or orW
W D61b Dihocrat1e cr tlc state tate and 1 iihtlora tlona ticl ticlet Ucletc
et etc Th utest ureEt way o out t of tn Inc muddJe muddJefot muiMlefoi I
fot the people of WiCOflSIfl T consn i lz to Vote vphboth Voteboth I
both faeCloJ1 out o of exlsthc exlsthcI exist fmc
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l ly alttn attended ed seml semiannual annual cOnferenGe we wehaY wehave
haY 1ltd r foi I 1etir An or them are areC mfreCnd1date
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a4hd was here 11 a d day y before any ofbis ofbisnl of his
nl Wmtr iimrer r ecitild ultl hid hlni him T11 TBres TBresmnodesty s smodeStY
modeStY for you But p leIhaPe rhap9 Mr MrDa lr lrD
D Da diP dUnt t SilOw b v hf himself elr fqr fear he hemight 1e 1emistit
might not be able tv find any Jo local localudmirers al alad
ad udmirers nlrel nlrelrlY S Ss SFitly
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dtiued llIed for Japab tlJa > are on nthclr nthclrt their way waytg
t tg tl1it PaoUfc d anast ast The RussmnE RussmnEshoohf Russrantshoulif
shoohf not h however ver get the Impr s ssfn sslort
sfn trofn fmhm tJIIs tTiIakjhat hat lle the JalH1neepre JalH1neeprenot Japanese tre tre1ISt
not r ready 1 to receive their elr Baltic fleet fleetIn fleetrmi
In Lo Louisville li 111 < L Kerituck ICentucky Colon CoIonIs CoIonIsMarcijing ls lsM
M Marcijing rc1nr t14b club < has be been n formed HereS HereSbdpI Here HerehopIn
bdpI 1vtfemembers the nlembers wt viIi never wob wobbl wobble
bl ble But it is nlmrst an aIlinmw1t nsu1t to s stig stiggest g gS
S gest St that Co r Keutuck colol l might not notbe notbe
be abib b to b irnrr rr his liqUor with steady stedylegs steadylegs
legs legsS legsSenatOr
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V9 vada tl ytWddy tji ac according ordlPtr itp ttlie Ufe dig distc digpatcies
patcies tc A 2io eada a f sur surely IY Demo Demoeidtlc DemorIttie
eidtlc rIttie anywt l1ibsepa ihb senator > Qr felt feltfectIsnSe l lte
te fectIsnSe tl so + ehftalklnS liftalklng It Is not nt all allJIkel 1 1t
JIkel t that t Ji trill rut t taIe e the h stuiimi mlr ln lnr lnAspeciRlcommitt InLttth
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AspeciRlcommitt AspeeinI comniittee eo of tho elt city cou cotin cotincli
cli has < decided that 11 would be wl wlfor wke wkefor
for thccibtot1o the city to do It 1w own paying wJth wJthU vith vithUtah
U Utah ah asphalt If the plait is practic practic1JIH practicabliiiitl
abliiiitl 1JIH Ia gopdjujlgos O dJU1ges say lf it it f isthere isthereis thre threis
is t10 no reAson why lhY SaUL Salt Lalte ko City snou1d snou1dd shofild2tot
d 2tot t ZOOtt l1b b tOfll t Ofl u ot the h best paC paCdUM paved pavedcities
cities 11 ihe ike eo oqtrY try 1 1 1The p pTime
The D Democrats moctats 0C Weber count countseem county countyseenx
seem lobe to be very riry much aw awake Rc Their TheircomitY Theircounty
comitY county c conyentibn netiUbn was was largely at attend4aand atteIldld
tend4aand teIldld anti t1teddegateswere thedtlegates wcro all eJ eJthusi eathusi
thusi sUc LIc Th Thre re vke eie s ep1rItzd lr1t d rIval rIvalrt rivalri
rt s s txue but they left no bitterness bitternessibt bitternessvlctprsand
vlctprsand ibt r1 1id va vaIlIUiShCd quiahed joinIng in x xpressto xprem3slofle
pressto prem3slofle i of t lo loyalty lt to th the party nrt The ThetIcket Theticket
tIcket named J Is a good one Wecom Wecommend We copi copimnemid
mend it to the dnsldetaUon ot the thevJ thevptera
vJ vptera > ter 9fW or Vebencmltund b nit t fun g Wus veirusttltat Wust
t tltat ia t Wl1 heiz n U titurns 8reaHJ 1nonojicton jh1on
ojicton 1 C tQnQfIj3H1 1 milgII t fhey e will fl1 5 show O a 1i ilS 1 i its di
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Mrs Gustave GustaveLuelwit Lu lWit wait wai the thehOttf55 theimotess
hOttf55 yesterday resterda at 9 IUJch luncheon on given givenQr givenfor
for Qr Mrs S Samuel Inuel Adams damn of DSn Dflvm DflvminvisithigIn w1p
is invisithigIn isItmgln dif til UY The Jq g table tablewas tablewas
was v ydry n prettywlthlts rett w1th it decoratf decora U ons s of ofautumn ofautumn
autumn leaves and bright d dahlias l1l1as In Inthe Inthe
the autUMn tlnte SpPnYS Spray tic r wo woodbifle woodbifleencircled dblne dblneencirCl
encirCl encircled d a high vase fined with the thefloter thefiotver
floter and plate lace cards dqne In the thesame thesame
same artisUc tlne were used The TheSUcita Theguesta
SUcita to meet rneet3Irv rs Adams were Mrs MrstJa MrsJanes
tJa Janes es C Dkk1lrs Jack K Keith nh Mr MrErnest r rEliDest
Ernest Bamb rger Mrs lr Lt1Uls Cec1l Cec1lRol51nEon CecURoblnton
Rol51nEon Mrs William B Cunning Cunnlng11am Cunningham
ham Mrs Jay T HarriS HarrIs lUss Addle AddleZanet AddleZane
Zane 1I1s MIsS GertrJdC1lrcGra1h MIts if 5 Jes JessIe Jessle
sIe Anderson nd Mis Mise Katherine KatherineGedd KatherineGedds
Gedd GeddIrs Gedds
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Irs J M Dart wa the hostess yes yesteday es estefdsyat
tefdsyat teday at a delightfully arranged oclal oclalatTaJr oelalaffair
affair which combl combIied ed the pleasures o oa of ofa
a luncheon with nninte1Jectual an intelle ttial treat treatAt treatAt
At 1 oclock abtiftet a bti1e luncheon > was wassersed as asseled
seled and later In the afternoon Mrs Mrsy rr rrv
v R Vightman entertained tlWT tli iups iupswith giips giipswith
with a aclever clev rpai paie r pn fl o thi1dhQod lrlldh Od Lit Literature Literature
erature a Characfbmsoo harac ri fJl lJl fle eNll1e eNll1etee Nine Nineteenth
tee teenth nth Centut Centuryl yln Abouttthlft frMTids frMTidsenjo frIOTidsenjoyed
enjo enjoyed ed the event eventrrs eventMrs
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Mrs rrs EI1zabotr lenter Jirer wh 1J has 5p spent spenttile nt ntthe
the summ surnmef r abtolu1wlll hfl Ili th the latter latterart latterPart
Part art o of the preeit neseQ mOlf mo1hjfor hJror home 110lnPand homeand
and will spend the winter in Michigan Michiganwith rIchlsnnwith
with hll father fatherit fatherMr
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Mr iJid Mrs Jack Bel5a Bersneh h or Provo Provoa Provoaijdit4Wopdhouso
a aijdit4Wopdhouso d IrWopdhouse nice 9 Qt We Tellu Tellurme Teilurttle
rme PoWer COmlmn sJel1t yesterdzty yesterdztyin csterd y yin
in the clt city cityMr
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turned fromthe iom the f fdIr irnptl aptl t ie ll1i aaii llt at athome athome
home on S s street streett zeet zeetCharJcs
t 4 C H HCiarles
CharJcs Read and an his d daughter ugl1ter lotiS lotiSEmli III jsS jsSEmily
Emli Emily neaam itea and irr i b a1lgban ifg1i n 1ta hae haegone e egone
gone to an Francisco fo for a ten n days daysTIsJt ays aysvst
TIsJt TIsJtA vst vstA
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A special meeting of the Daughters Daughtersof
of the Confederacy Confetlera will mbel1eld beheld at the theregldet1ce theresidence
residence of f Mrs G Gcoeyod ote ViQojJ 659 659East 659East
East Third SouUf South strcet st ± eet lP pday ay at 230 230p 230pm
p pm pmMiss m mMIs
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Miss Addle Ad fe zn 1 ehterfutn athe stu students students
dents of ofiidge Q1Jldge at ather her home yesterday yesterdaymonifl1g yesterdaymonftng1
monifl1g monifl1gMrs monftng1Mrs <
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Mrs E EItII itb 1 BeC1t eck rrt1t1 or ProvO ProvOspent Provespent
spent yesterday In the oitJ oitJlIrs ciltyMrs
Mrs Farnsworth Mrs Irs GIbson and andus andMjs
Mjs us Gibson lbson came a11eIQltLr t1Qp1frm rp Qrrden Qrrdencsterda 9denyesterday
yesterday csterda to sbend th il 51ioppffls 51ioppfflsMr hoppUng hoppUnge hoppUngMrail
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Mr Mrail aili1 Mrs rs W V C Cleland are bat batin backIn
in their home at 357 East Third So South Southstreet th thstreet
street
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The currentev currentevents nts and andc c rrent liter litert liternturmection
nturmection t r kCtlon ottIievThfd1eh t e ieRt LIterary Literoryclub LIteraryclub
club will meet joday od at 2 o ogiock oCk at the theQt theoIdbhous
Qt oIdbhous bhouselfrsF rrs4F F Reedilrs Reed Mrs Ke KeSOl Key Keysor
SOl and Mrs Irs McKenna wllF ur read snort snortpapers shortpapers
papers jnd tnd 3Izs Irs M I R Fi Fitherwiil her will re reiew review
view iew Elizabeths Adventures In Ru Rusen Rusen
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T mc Cleofan m meets etS toc today y with with Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles Wells reUs at 420 S Second eond street streetMi streetMItTs
Mi MItTs Mildred Ott refurnedtrom San Santaquln Santaquin
taquln last evening to vlsU isl1i a few days daysat daysat
at her home homeDr
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Dr Dr and MrstEre4 Mrs ciFrei WJllertOn re retun1cd returned
turned yesterday frpm the east While Whileeast Whileeest
east they yfs1t rsitC 1 t1i fair Chicago nail anllmahaj nailOmaha
Omaha mahaj While In i Omaha they visited visitedthe isitedthe
the hOlse show showThe
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The faculty o of Gordon acndcm academy has hasIssued hasIssued
Issued invitations for a reaQptlon to be beiven begiven
given iven next Friday er evnipg evnipgUnity npg 1 1it
it i r rUn
Un Unity t club ha has Issued invitations for fora fora
a a r rieptlon e Uon to be given next Monday Mondayevening Iond Y Yevening
evening at 1Jnft inity hall hallA hailA
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A number of 19wnpeople wiUgo t up upto p pto
to the post this evening for the hop hopPIIILiP1N1
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Senator Sp SpOofler oner of f Wisconsin Con Congresslonal
Qtes gresslonal iQnal Record Vol 32 p 1386 FIt FIttyflfth
fyflfth congress said saidI
I have heard it said we must expand expandterritorially
territorIal territorially In indrder ld r fo obecothe b cofne a world worldpower worldpower
power Are we In order to be a world worldpower worldpower
power to extend our territorial t IImit llrnitto
to the uttermost p parts rts oft1i earth earthr earthC
C S S C CI
r I have not been able to se see that it itIs
15 n uceasary e5Sar In odertps scuze re a sire sireguarding smileguarding
guarding ot o ournail our national na interests II IIour Inour
our reJatlans with the outside world worldthat worldthat
that we should forever burden our peo people peopie
pie to cover the seas with comly ar arl1adas armpadas
l1adas Ye have had no parUolpation parUolpationIn
In the struggles of the Old Worlds na naHons antions
Hons over the balance or power We Wehave Wehave
have sympathized wltlitb with them min In theIr theIrstruggles theirstruggies
struggles We baes zave mpatplzed with withthelrpeoplesin
thelrpedplestn the thctbrrible < t lrlble burdens put putupon putupon
upon them toj11alntain to great standing standingarmies standingarmies
armies and great navies But their theirquarrels thcirquarrels
quarrels have not bee been our quarrels quarrelstheir quarrelstheir
their policies have not been our policies policiesWhile
While they have fought we 11 have aye fed fedthem tedthem
them and m manufactured nufactured products for fortheir
their use It may not be sentimental enUmentalI
or romanti but 1t t is tru tnuwe we Shave Shaverown hayeirow
irow rown ri rldh h Ii staying qtJ1pme antI at attending
to our own buslnesi buslzt s sI I
1 a t i
III I look with apprehenslo upon upon a apolicy
policy whIch ma may place the United UnitedStates nltcd
State in a position whercb where by force of ofenvIronnientr
envIronnientr nvlronment Qr nelg neIgIbos11lpwe bors tpwc can be bema bemade
ma made e a parthdpant in to tfid struggte of ofthe ofthe
the Ol Oitl World nations over the balanc balancof
of power in thc OrIent 0rlentA OrIentAwfUl
A AwfUl wfuI Increase of TaxatIon TaxatIonSeIl TaxationSenator
SeIl Senator tor Spooner or ri amiother i1olh r occasion occasionsaid cc Slon Slonsaid
said saidIn In the vent or war th the 11lQStdistant 11lQStdistantoutnost most distant distantoutpost
outpost where our Hag could be found foundwoul foundwould
would be the poInt or of nest lttack attack and andwe i iwe
we wiuld Juld 1J1Qblr bob1gQcl d tfi rn rnaiimttIiia inr1tn a navy navyadequate 1
adequate topro to prot cttne r thlilkiis mwlIs of pea peopIcht peapie
pIcht pie in the J hifipplnes iJlC01WJes 79r0 niIcs away IlwavHawaII awayHawaii
HawaII and and o our r r5mahtc sirtlc aimPaci am1l lacitIc lacitIccoasts c cMasts
Masts n our l1 zmawy 11 Wer ef no o h adequate adequateto Jequateto <
to aU that our shiplt shlp be1 being fg sent far faraway faraway
away our home coa5l coastwouidbe wOUld > e unplo unplotected unprotected
tected This wQ wQuld ld jnv Involve Ie an n awful awfulIncrease I IIncrease
Increase ot taxaUont taxaUontAdmiral taXati0nrAdmiral
Admiral Sampson said In an a nddrcss nddrcssleIilercd dr9S I IdeUered
deUered leIilercd inDoston in Boston see R Reeds ds Id Mcdera Idern
era Eloquence EloquenceOur l quen e eOur
Our new possesions lviii iU 1 crease by b
100 per cent the dangers or a foreign foreignwar orcignar
war warSenator ar It ItScnator
Senator J9Uly Dollivqr rb atth t t1 r recent e pt las seSsion lassion
sion sion ofiSlngrars r ngt ss saf s1tI s1tIThe c cTh
Th The time m may y comb whYe h p fe lll lll1q 111in
1q in ShfQr she rqxbauition t u tlQ b jm naoI1iQur work workhi ork orkIn
In hi th thePhlIippizle hllipphe lSJtllftiS iIaiTdm tbU1 burdens burdenshave burdenshave
have b been en grievouc rieou9 arig anti meUme5 I Ih Ihava
h hava fe tJ10Uiht timouht th they y have bien bmfen almost almosttoo almosttoo
too hen heavy to be borne borneC borneColonial1m
C Colonial1m 1niau ri1 nlttL dar Trade qe qeSOnotor V VSonator
SOnotor Spooner agaIn stated the ell ellightCJ eliliglttcnd
liglttcnd ightCJ d yIeivsof h 1Jof thI this QRei questkn J whu whuhe vh ii iihe
he f1td 1n tile Fiftyfith conbJtss conbJtssI
I 1 shrink from the notion thbt fill fillInttr fh fhlntCre5ts
Inttr lntCre5ts Mtst1f tf this countrywUlbo country wilibe tuiJ tuiJf suu5CrVed
f crved bYtnaklug by nkiiig Derl perina4eflly lUJJ Jy u P pL pLof II IIot
ot of our l ind ridaerritory frritory thouzmammdsofrni jo sanusofrnt mc mciivay cs cshay
hay Inhabited d byj by je > pJe aliens ll ns not notof notof
of of our blood not or our way of tblnh tblnhi1 tliInIforeign
i1 foreign to aU ourassoclatUms our nssociatibns 11 11JJg livbli
bli JJg In n n p tropIcal climate climatevhere i Cre the thewblte thewhite
white man cannot work under labor laborc laborCOflditIOflH
c ndiUona ot necessity which we would wouzdI3t
1 I3t t Dermit ermnIt to exist in the UnlteS United UnitedSfates
S Sfates tcS tcSrJt
a a a a aZIt
ZIt 1s is tnslstedthat Insisted that we ve must have haverrltOrS1 haveierr1toral
rrltOrS1 expansion XRa Iki in lQr1iff r to ex ext cxtendoq
t tendoq nd r1ra tfttde E Jl JltkCk1mik ifl 1dt b s sllil d I Ihave
llil have havethaIit niWJ 0 n g JJ JJ t tti t nk nkt
t thaIit tn h 1C lon t1 em embaamniints m mb
b baamniints iT a mmt Si t giic nt1 icomplicatIos Fomtuc MOJ1 a aic1 aic1dzngcts nd ndugelsi
dzngcts ugelsi TvIUbringupiiciurpeope TvIUbringupiiciurpeopek 1Ucb g t Q 1O >
k
It win rettdatrhQrt rettddrathertiin rtde 1 p tl lie lietOriIn c j
lortl tOriIn n trldc of the tnlt Unitmid dStatesV4 dStatesV4lav StatesWe1ta
1ta lav bcen beengroi1ng grQWl1g rapidi zipmdiy fn our r trauo trauoithgut i ithQUt
thQUt teyrltdrlal wjt r1al XPll1S pulsion on To Toquire c cquire
quire dlstant < j5tan nonassimifable peopres peopresin pebprezu
in o oer er taruugh hr pgh pe perrnaneit m n dtml domintor domintorto lor lorforce
to force ourtr ur1raie ue u uofi on themse them sethiS sethiSimie hi o o111e
111e p be the roerest oot st imaginablc imaginabIena imaginabIenatiormal 11 11Uonal
Uonal policy How tar will that be beCarried o ocarrted
Carried We want the trade otht othtrm otthaand
rm > and nd Vi We 1 Intend it nd t to h hate e ehareoc ut utshaze
shaze hareoc of if Ar Are we we toobtain U Itbr Itbrearrying IJr IJreurrying
eurrying this joctriJ1e of expansion l l lthe 1 1the
the uttemost 1artsot parts of the earth eatthPermanent earthPermanent
Permanent onlnlob ocr tn th4 PJ1 PJ1iHJmeS PliIt PliIt11punes
iHJmeS by the United St States tec UeanJi1 UeanJi1me mean tc tc411e
me an endlo endless and ya vast burn pr IlIm ilon ilonthe > O1 O1tile
tile industries of our people peopleNenace j jMenace
Menace to Labor LaborPur f fO
O Pur rf Isolation Mr tr 1re Presldent n J is on ontb onmfIietn
tb fIietn r whloh h iinidcd ldCd cc s in deotlug deotlugOur hl hlur
Our ur Jergle t to J t1e ee de eloprnni4iLQLn eloprnni4iLQLnrecurcea pm9 i1f tit
TtJv recurcea rct onb1 jut beon J J1io4 m ma
1io4 a 8 8Ulor a aor
Ulor or tn n r co cortompatc tompi1te with qlaI iqpazImity qlaIfmit
fmit Imity th the ad pUan ot any ib policy which wl11rimay whichmay
may bring into perpetual erp tual coml1et1Itlo coml1et1Itloith competitIoItItll
tItll ith ou our people the pr products ucts o a Ia Iaor Iaior
ior or whichin whi h in the very cry nature ot U tI1tlge tI1tlgemust n nmust
must be cheaper than ours oursIt oursIt
It will not do to tasav say as Ir n4 RdtisF RdtisFvelt Sf SfV
V velt does that It ould be unjse uPvisefor uPviseforhim Cdr Cdr111m
him tonCorm to Inform the American PeQPt PeQPtivhat jeipthat
ivhat hat is the lext thing he Intends t to toin dJ
In the Philipplne Phi1ippInezs1ands > IsJands It lIe weledealing veIe veIedealfn
dealfn dealing only with he FilIpinos FiltplnosI1l1ght FilIpinosaught
aught contemptuously tell them UUt it itis itI
is I n 110110 ne of their business hat he hepr heprposed prt prtpos
pos posed d to do but us the American let em emI
t pie arc flltCl Interzsted ftSte4in in th this s question timeX timeXIare 1
11lre Iare ciltitled ntltJed to lmow i low fOr what IUr iuriob o oanc1
1 anc1 with what object and for forJfrobable m i
I frob Jfrobable ble length < mgth of < C lImttthLc timt thls abn aimuThiz aimuThiztratioll mh II
traUOI1 Is spending its money b bytth bytthhtun ttSrl
lttn lreds rc s of millIons The DenlOc Denmochtl Denmochtljart 1U 1Unrty
jart nrty dCtr decidr r s p131nty and andcaily n 1UiJfb 1UiJfbcaIJ <
caIJ caily w wnat 1at It intcJJdsto Intends to do President PresldcRoosevelt
Roosevelt simply tells the Alnerl Ainerizn Aineriznpeo1ib an
Pe peo1ib futhat that it w would u1d be unwise ColtelI ColtelItjiem o1f 1l
t tjiem em what his n next < t step will b be beIf I
1 If the RepubU Repubhiqan an party will mit mitusvhat 0ttf1 t tUslwhat
Uslwhat It int ifltQndto nd5to do wU witl t the e J1hi J1hirpptn hui huifpptnes
rpptn fpptnes s it might at teast tell us iis S eni enitjings1t ntel
t tjings1t lngs it WiU 1lQt do doCTTLDMEN k kCi
Ci CTTLDMEN TLE ATTENTION ATTENTIONThe TENTI j
The annual meeting ot the uta tat tatiattie J
oattle groerswill groers rIlL be held Friday 1
Oct 7 at 10 oclock a m at thec tllecmu0oi1 tllecmu0oi1chamber ucll ucllchamber
chamber city And nd county bUU buii4ing lng
mcers for the ensuing year wuhj wuhjelected wIl 1 1elected
elected Other business or Import Importance Importancewill i1ce i1cewill
will be brought before the meetlng meetiu meetiuJOHN
JOHN H WHITE HTE PreSld President PresidentPBEE t tFREE
FREE COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONSAnd 5 5And
And rating books to n1emb Thembers rs rsI rsof I of ofthe oftheassociation the theissoclatlon
association We re pubJie = J1 rntng ruttn ibQo1 tbootsfor
for for Uta1 Idaho and the awaUaIiIs flawaIianjlands awaUaIiIslands
lands TwentyeJghtas5Ociate Twentyeight esenciate offices officesMerchants ofIiceaMerchants
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ent1tic collC collectors < tors o of bad debt frap
floor CommercIal Block BlockUN Ii IiRUN
RUN UN ONLY ONLYLots
Lots or wat watches hes run but do n9 n9tkeep keep
time because it takes a gu gid d mechanic to tomaka tomake
make a tch keep t1mt t1m I have tho thorcputltlon th threputation
reputation fo for making catches k keep p
time Get m3 pric pricefor for reliable watches watchesdlanionds
diamonds jewelry and clotks theyar they ar
the lowest in the city citySAL citySAL
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Bah and Beethoven down to the thoh1tlst thelatest
latest ragtime 1Clody A A splendid splendHlI splendidcollection
collection or cantatas oratono oratoilomcand g gand
and anthems for or church festival
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