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4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD TLJSDAY L D Y OCTOBER 18 1904
TilE SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDlubllshed IIERALIThblished
lubllshed Every Day fu 1i the Year YearBY ear earBY
BY THE HERALD MERALDDtMOCRATIC COMPANY COMPANYDfMOCRATIC
DfMOCRATIC TICKT TICKTFOR
FOR OR p PBESIDBNT PBESIDBNTAlton ESmENT ESmENTA1tonJJ
A1tonJJ Alton B Parker ParkerF01t ParkerFGE
F01t VICEPRESIDENT VICEPRESIDENTHenry VICEpESmTHenry
Henry G Davis DavisEOR DavisOR
EOR OR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS ELECTORSSamuel ECTOBS ECTOBSSamuel
Samuel Newhousetof SaltLake Salt Lake City
Fred J T Kiesel of Ogden
Edward H Snow ot st St George GeorgeFOR Georgeoa
FOR oa CONGRESS
Orlando W Powers of Salt Lake City CityFOn CityPork
Pork STATE GOVERNOR GOVERNORames
Fmes ames H Moyle oyi of Salt Lake City CityFOR CityFOB
FOR JUSTICE UZTIC OF SUPREME SUPREMECOURT SUPREMECOURT
COURT
Phnrles S Varia of Salt Lake City CityFOn CityIOR
FOn SECRETARY OF STATE
Levi N Harmon of o lrlce lrlceFOR Price PriceIOR
FOR TREASURER TREASURERWilliam TREASURERWilliam
William B BWilson Wilson of Ogden OgdenFaR OgdeiiFOB
FaR AUDITOR AUDITORohn AUDITORaohn
aohn ohn w Gei Geiger er of Park CIty CItyFOa CityOR
FOa OR SUPERINTENDENT OF OFSCHOOLS OPSCROOLS
SCHOOLS SCHOOLSEathan SCROOLSathan
Eathan athan T Porter of Centrevill CentrevillFOIt CentrevillePOI
POI ATTORNEY ATTORNEyGENEA1 ATTORNEyGENEA1Grant G GGrant
Grant C Bagley of Provo ProvoDISTRICT ProvoDISTRICT
DISTRICT JUDGES JUDGESW JUDGESw
W C Hall u S W stewart Joseph JosephHurd 3osephBurd
Hurd A A N Cherry
District AttorneyRay Van Colt CottOity ColtOity
Oity JudgesMorris Judges rris Sommer A AS APowler
S Fowler FowlerJustice PowlerJut1ce
Justice of the PeaceWillard PeaceWillardtRnme1 PeaceWi1iardIame
tRnme1 tRnme1ConstableS Iame IameConstableS
ConstableS Allen AllenDEMOCRATIC AlienDOCB4IC
DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVETICKET LEGISLATLVITICKET
TICKET TICKETSenateJames TICKETSenteTames
SenateJames C Leary Barnar BarnarStewart Barnard BarnardD
D Stewart George D Pn Pyper PyperEoU8eJojm er erHouseJohn
HouseJohn E Clark George H HDern BDern
Dern J W Stringfe11ow S E EHamer BBame
Hamer CII C B McCoy Culbert L LOlson 1 1Olson
Olson George C Riser Jr Dr C I IDouglas IDouglas
Douglas Mahonri Spencer Tony Tonycobson Ja Jacobson
cobson cobsonDEMOCRATIC cobsonDEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET TICXETConunissionersLong TICKETCoinmissionersLong
ConunissionersLong Term W J JtEorne 3 3orne
tEorne orne Short Term erm Stephen Rays RaysClerkA BaysClerkA
ClerkA J a Seare SeareAttorney1L SeareAttoraeyH
Attorney1L 00 C Lund LundAuditorGowd LundAudltoraould
AuditorGowd B B Blakely fl flAssessorB
AssessorB B Quinn QuinnltecorderQrson QuinnBecorderOrson
ltecorderQrson P ltumeI BumelTreasurerLawrence I ITre
Tre TreasurerLawrence surerLawrenoe H Young YoungSurveyolAIma YoungSurveyorAima
SurveyolAIma 1L Rock RockSheri1fArthur BockSherjffArthur
Sheri1fArthur F Cummings CummingsSuperintendent CimmingsSuperintendent
Superintendent of SchoolsJames SchoolsJamesE
E B Moss MossPOWERS rossPOWERS
POWERS AND HOWELL HOyELLJ HOWELLI
J I rDGE POwERS POWERS invItation to Con Congressman ConJ
J gressman Howell ought to brIng brIngf
f fh a response of some kind at t once onceH oflceIf
H Mr HoweIi Howell is wIlling to profit in s11 s11by silby
by the circulation of such false falseUds iaselds
lds Uds as arc bein beinused used in his behalf behalfoTtnly behalfoT
oTtnly oT nlv he oughtto con confes ss it and say sayh sayli
h doesnt care VI what hat methods Ire used usedif usedIf i
if h can win In On thE other hand 11 11Io if1stheiian1y
Io istheJnanly nmn n ongrassman ongrassmanought ongrssmenriight I
ought to be if he Jsunwntng to allow allowis allowlis
lis is supposed friends to Ue maUciousl maUciousllbout maliciously maliciouslyilbout
lbout his opponent he certainly ought oughtto
to speak up The latter course would wouldbE wouldbe
bE the only honorable one nd it would wouldwin wouldwin
win him the respect of the people of this thisstate thisstate
state who have been amazed at hIs 51 51IClce siIcnce
IClce thus far farIn farIn
In hIs open letter JUdge Powers quot quotd quoted
ed d some but not aU of the outrageous outrageous1s
15 that have 1hen manufactured for torcampalgn forcampaign
campaign purposes The Provo En Enquirer Encuirer
quirer which which has been particularly parUcularbiious particularlyi
iious i kiuS and drIilient d11ient in its publicatIon publicatIonof
of these falsehoods said In an editorIal editorIalOct editorialor
or Oct 14 14Th 14Tiv
Th Tiv talk that Is being made In the In Intr int
tr t r ct t ot o W Powers Is entirely differ dJflernt
nt from the D1OvornontIn favor oC his hismolidacy his1ILIacy
molidacy thCSalt 2he SaI Lake Herald said saidtJ saidtij
tJ he was labored with far Into the tberlght thergbt
rlght just before the th Domocratlc state staternntfO statet
t rnntfO to joIn with the new move movoTlynt movecnt
Tlynt cnt andwhen Mr Ir Powers denied that thatHI thattatemcnt
HI atement In his speech at Logan he con cont58 conftssd
t58 ftssd < d havln having walked home with Mr MrIppman Ir IrIiPDman
IiPDman Into thatcon1ng that evening and having having1fard havinghard
hard from hIm that Ills Powers name nameWaq namewaq
Waq about to be published In cJnneetlon cJnneetlonith cnnect1onaith
aith ith the antichurch party Mr lr Powers Powersat
at n ne e requested that It be not done as asit asIt
it cd evidently ently would not be good pOlitics pOliticshe
he thought thoul1tThe thoughtThe
The Salt Lake Herald has never said saidthat saidthat
that Judge pow Pows rs was labored wit witar iUl iUlfar
far ar into the night just be before ore the state statecunycntlon statec4nvention
cunycntlon tA joIn with the new move moveIlent movexiAent
Ilent The Herald has pUblished noth nothlng
1 lng 11 that could be distorted into suc such a aBUltement astttement
BUltement of unt1 untath h On the contrary contraryall
all that It has ha prlnt printed don on this subject subjecthas subjecthas
has been the plain truth trom fromthe the be beginninS besinning
sinning aDd that was t1e fact that thatJudge thatJudge
Judge Powers l had ad no p t or parcel parcel2n
111 the formation of the newpaTty new party be beIS lies
IS s not consulted about it because hrs hrsyiews hisviews
views were knOwn thout anyn any nooes nooesity ees eessity
sity ity for cons consdlttion ltaUon and he urged urgedfrom urgedfrom
from the Inception ot of fheRfP the ieitiSflcan ieitiSflcanfictional b n nfactional
factional fight that 111 Democrats Democratsmlnd Democratsrnltgl
mlnd their own business and keep Iceeprtrictiy
1 rtrictiy t rktly wIthin party lines lIne
Judge Powers has been so sostraightCorward sostraightforward
straightforward SO so QpeD Qpen on this mat mattfr matter
tfr that tbattherc there couId1 couIdbbno > no possible ex excu excue
cu cue e for manuCaeturIn manufacturing untruths about aboutH
H t The Provo Emtulrer n and d its editor editorJohn editorJThn
John C Graham kne kitest that The Her HeraId Heraid
aId had published nothing of tM mat matttr mattr
ttr attributed to It it The only e explana explanatron plana planation
tion of that l1Ubll pUbThaUon 8Uon therefore lies Iles2n liesII
2n II the determination of the editor to todfceive todcceive
dfceive his readors by any means pos possible pegsible
sible no matter what the cost to the thestate thestate
state no matter what theultlmate the ultimate et etf et etfect
f fect > t on the political situation here hereThe hereThe
The Herald does not believe the peo peo1c peopie
pie 1c of Utah wIll U stand fur such meth methods niethods
ods it does not beU believe the Mormon MormonDemocrats MormonDemocrats
Democrats to whom The Provo En EnQuirer Enquirer
Quirer Is addressing its libelous and un untruthful witruthful
truthful s statements will suffer them themselves themselves
selves to be led Into abandonment of oftheIr oftheir
theIr part al1egiltJ1co by such means means1t means meansIt
1t believes the reaction against such suchrubllcaUoIHI suchpubllcaUoflWilI
rubllcaUoIHI publlcaUoflWilI wlll Q nvlne8 even the En Enlulrer Enjuirer
lulrer and Jolm JohnC C Grrt Gritlmm am its editor editorthat editorthat
that decency nnd bonosty And truth truthPTt truthre
PTt re > proCltable In polities ns In the other otherJffrllrs otherjtTdirs
Jffrllrs or life HrcIcanwhIh lifer
IcanwhIh ono Js constrained to ad adnit ad3flit
r 3flit nit that Providence aorkS o kst fna In a aterious mh mhtt
tt terious > riol1s wayIn the dn days s of Ananl Anan1s Anan1sand s sand
and Sa Sapptiira P ira lylnp IyIn resulted In death doatlYet deathYet
Yet toda today Bill Glasmonn and JohnC JohnCGrdhnm JohnCGrAham
GrAham and their Uk who have b beon beoncirculating en encirculating
circulating th these sc canards seem to be befairlY befairly
fairlY good insurance e rIsks rIsksSH risksSHP13LD
SH SHP13LD JU f D JL ELECT CT CHILD CHILDf CHILDTHE
THE n ThjT E Lr C CTHE NTTOT VOTRel S or orUtah t tI
THE I Utah COuntY wiki Ilhove have 110 diflkulty diflkultylii miulty miultylJ1
lJ1 maIfinG maft a se1ectivu for super superinten superinteniii in ten tenf
iii
f
dent ot schoOls Jihe he candidates didat are areGeorge
George N Child at Lelll and and Lars Eg Eggertson Eggertson
gertson of SpringVUle Mr Child was wasnoinlnatnd wasncninatod
noinlnatnd bY a nonpartisan can conven convention ve
t1on Mr ir gertsOJ1 Is ru1nlng asn asnRftmbllcaD as a ar1ePublican t
RftmbllcaD on th the RCPUbll Eepubiiij lcounfy lcounfyticket c unly unlyticket
ticket a nominee o the RqiiiiblIcn RqiiiiblIcncounty p1bllcan p1bllcancounty
county conventlo Th The only possi possilile possilileconclusion 1c 1cconclusion
conclusion Is that Iir Mr Eggcttson be bel1eve5 believes
l1eve5 the office or cQuntyschoOI sup superlntentJentfs superintentlent
erlntentJentfs 1s propery a pliticnl one oncH oneIt
H fs true that the name name o ofMr I Child Childwill Childvill
will appear on the ballot under the theDemocratic theDemocMtic
Democratic device He has be been n en endorsedb endorsedb
dorsedb the Democrats of Utah coun couny
y but butthat that Is merely incidental The ThenWlparUsan Thenonpartisan
nonpartisan conventlonthat convention that nomIn nomInated nominated
ated him is sait saitPto to have contaIned a alArge alarge
lArge preponderance of nepubllcans cepublicansvery nepubllcansEvery
Every very school trustee In tht tli county e ecopt ox oxcept
copt those In Sp11JrigyJllQ Sptj gville regard regardleSH regardless
less ot politics is Is supportli11 Mr MrChild Ir IrChild
Child All the school prJI prjneipals clpals ntiJ ntiJr3ctlClllly aiijlpractically
practically all the teachers riJ9 ii bock bockinS bacJkIng
inS the LobI man If nnYdoulit1 apy d Ibt hi hiexisted ad adoxistedus
oxistedus existed as to 111 Childs quaUUc3l10ruS quaUUc3l10ruSit
it shqnld re removed by these fucls fuclsI1tJstees futsrzst
I1tJstees rzst principals and teachers teacherswuld teacherswuId
wuld not be supporting an incompet incompetent
ent candidate Another argument for for1Ir forMr
1Ir Child is his nonparUsanlsm The Thefact Thefact
fact that he Is on the Democratic tick ticket ticket
et by 110 means places him under obllia oblliations obligations
tions to the Democratic party His Hisfirst Hisflrst
first alleGiance and his only allegiance aUeghmcew111 allegiancecviii
w111 be tit t the sChools qnd nd the School Schoolpatrons schoolpatrons
patrons 01 Utab county He Is a non nonpartisan nonpartisan
partisan before ht h is 3 Democrat and andso andso
so it should be e In aU school posItions posItionsAppearances positionsAppearances
Appearances arc decidedly against againstMr againstMr
Mr Eggertson In thIs respect For all allThe allThe
The Herald knows Mr Eggertson may maybe maybe
be qualified to be count county school sup 5UPerlntenUent superlntenaent
erlntenUent But an odor of politics Is Isabout isabout
about andaround him He Is a part1 part1san partigan
san gan no flOflzinee inee He is not runnIng as the thecaI1d1 thecai1diate
caI1d1 cai1diate ate of those who bblleve in good goodsch1Jbls goodschtbls
sch1Jbls of those who think that schQols schQolsatd sch ols olsarid
arid politics should be as wIsely separ separAted separated
Ated as possible but as the candIdatES candIdatESof candldat candldatof
of the Republican party partyHe partyHe
He should be defeated And any man manshould mahshould
should he defeated who would make of ofa ofa
a school office a reward for polItical ac actlvity sotlvity
tlvity Such a course If generally en engaged engaged
gaged nd xnd persIsted In would surely surelywreck surelywreck
wreck the public schools of this state stateFOOLISH stateFOOLISH
FOOLISH A GUMENTS AFGUMENTSI GUMENTSA
A I REPUBLICAN CO CONTEMPORARY TEMP ILRY ILRYla8
3 la8 iay down these proposItions proposItionsOIL
OIL 1 Vages are hIgher ill this countr countrthan country countrythan
than they ever were
2 The cost of the necessaries and andmany andnny
many of the luxuries of Ufels life is 10wr 10wrthan lowrthan
than it eter eer was wssThen wasThen
Then our contemporary confesses confesseswith confesseswith
with charmIng nalevete that The dlf dlfficu1t dlifaulty
ficu1t faulty of proving this is great because becauseof
of thelnrge the large space required if all com commodities corninodities
modities shall be named Then it itproceeds itproceeds
proceeds to prove the correctness Of OfIts ofits
Its position b by the statement that it itcosts Itcosts
costs very much less to ship a bushel bushelof
of wheat from Chicago to New York Yorknow Yorknow
now than it dId in 1860 And it says saSthat saysthat
that the cost of shippIng all other ar articles artides
tides has decreased amazingly amazinglIt
It Is quite apparent that the writer writerof
of the article quoted does not have to totaunt totount
taunt hIs expencltures If he did he hewould hewould
would not have been guilt of making makingsuch makingsuch
such absurd statements Any man manwho manwho
who works for a salary or for wages wagescan wagescan
can cite instance after instance of in increases Increases
creases in the C edet st of necessary ur urtides I Itlcles
tides Tht emp10yes of the PullnaJ PullnaJPalace IullnuiPalace
Palace car company can testify that thatwages thatwages
wages have decreased so can hundreds hundtedso
o of thousands ot steel works emlo ernpioyes ernpioyescotton es
cotton mill operatives coal miners and andworkers andworkers
workers in other lines linesThe
The emplo employes es of the Harvesting lIn lInc Machinery
c chinery Inery trust cnn testify that they are areoompelled arecompelled
compelled to work longer hours for the thesame thesame
same money And there are thousands thousandsmore thousandsmore
more who are unable to find work at atany atany
any prIce because theIr employers employershae employershave
have shut do doii the factories and mills mllhiin millsin
in which they labored And all the thetime thetime
time the cost of living Istoadily In Increa5lng Increasing
creasing But says our contempor contemporary
a ary the prices of sIlk fabrics of hard hardware hardware
ware and of salt have fallen In recent recentrEars recentyears
years rEars How How yr yery beneficial to the theworkingman theworklngrnan
workingman th that t Is He can now bu buy for forhis forhis
his wife for i6 8 silk dress that would wouldhave wouldhave
have cost him 1 126 a few years ears ago If Ifthe Ifthe
the price of flour and or menland oC oCmeat ofmeat
meat has g goqe e up he can feed the 14 14by bfby
by a few tnpenny nails And If Ue Ueb Uebtby
b btby by isnt IOU satisfied fled with nails It might mighttry mighttry
try 8 little of the cheap SQI SQIReaU salt saltReally
ReaU Really the worker has no light to tocomplain tocomplain
complain As long as he can buy cheap cheapsilk cheapsilk
silk dresses < cheap ham hardvare ware and cheap cheapsalt cheapsalt
salt Ile should continue to vote ote the Re Republican Repubilean
publican ticket ticltetA
A CU CUTLER LER PIRCULAR PIRCULARw OIRCULARATE
w ATE E QUOTE from a pAmpllet thlU thlUhas thv thvVT
VT has been put o out t by thcRepubll thcRepubllCan the flepubil flepubilcan
Can can state committee In aid of lIr Cut Cut1erg Cuticrs
1erg candidacy for for governor goernorar governorFar
Far ar from being a stranger to the theJUbUc thepublic
public service Mr lr Cutler has sPjDt sp nt the thebe8t thebest
best years ears of hIs ur life in Jt it For t1ll t1lleonseeuUvc thre threconseeuttvc
eonseeuUvc terms lte was clerk of the thereat theZreat
Zreat reat county 0 Salt Lake The cir circular civcular
cular then tells us that he has acted ns nsice asoice
ice president or the commercial ommercial club clubC
C this city and as vice president for forUtAh forijUth
UtAh at the Tran TnsMississtppi lli8Slufppi con contr congre5s
tr gre5s 2S In addition to Iris past exper expert experlenee
t 2n the public places named lIeiB lIeiBnow he Is Isnow
now a United States jury commission commla8iOner commissionWonderful
er r
Wonderful wonderful wonderful 1Ilr 1IlrCutler MrCutler
Cutler Is no doubt a very estimable Q5UmableItentleman estimablegentleman
gentleman but we fall utt utterly r1y 1C see seehow seebow
how the schedule of I Places laces nal1e
QuaJfnB him to be governor of Utah Utah1t
1t looks very much as If the U RepulI RepulIcan pubil pubilean
can nominee bad a tool friend But we weare wesre
are sre told further that 1n the capftciLJ capftciLJot
ot a director and on the executive com comI cornrnittees
mlttees of the largest up l fa9 tatories tatoriesIn o rfes rfesin
I in Utah and Idnbo he afWi assists 1n be besto bestowing
sto stowing lng benefits on aU classes of pee peopIe peeIIe
pIe pIef
f t True enough One or U1t these se bei1el1ts bei1el1tsts
ts the reductJon or the IJrice ot sugar sugarfrcul1 sugarfrom
frcul1 from four and onehalf to sIx an and one onebait onehalf
bait cents MI pound That fssuS1lr fssuS1lrat Issugarthat
that at could have been bought at one onetjme oneiime
tjme tm for fOUrnu6 fobr ash onehalf cant3now cant3nowo carits now now0cots
0cots o te sIx s4xanfl lUte onehatf dents 1IrCut 1IrCutl
l lr r has ftteo bette tedUte ted the farmers bY bYrn18lng byrnlsfng
rn18lng the prIce of sugar beets from fromper
5 per ton to S4Th 1i per ton lIr Cutler CutterIs
16 ind ideed ed a publtt bmefact r rSomethln rSomething
Somethln Something J 4d In Oleclrculur Oleclrculurabout the Circular Circularabout
about Mr Cutl Cutler i as an em10 emloyer er of li libor i ibor
bor bor Yes he e n tToh o1 a numbel or wo wojnen wejen
jnen at swoatskb prices to compete compotewith
with 1111 union made goods he le waS wa until untilyer untilvery
yer very recently a member or the CItE CItIzt CItEzeng
zt zeng > ns Alliance that was organized for forthe torthe
the special purpo purpose e of fighting labor laborunions laborunlons
unions rh flip v veiy ify clltuJar thlttls that is put putput
put In hIs behalf was US WO irrl Inig1ne Inig1neprinted slne slneprJnted
printed Ina in a nonunIon shop At least leDtit leastlb
tPut it tOilS dousnot not bear the union label Jabalow labelNow
Now ow just a bit or friendly advice to tolr tozil
zil lr Cutlers friends Dont talk too toomuch toornuth
much about what hat he has done He was wasI
I rt it unknown quantity when he was wasnomlnatd wasI
I nominated and our word for it he wilt wiltun wilthun
hun un bestwhere best where he Is least known k11ownud1ePmvers knownJudge
Judge ud1ePmvers Powers IS Ctita1Plrt eeitsthly = I bafi bafiItJtt hant hantletter
letter > r writer > r It bJnGV ts up to toIhother toBrother
Brother HoweUto Howell to dltnte u few lines
U
1 Sotiety w II
9 9Mrs
Mrs Mrs Yltcher Jones Mrs J 1 B Walkor Vai t tkor
kor her little daughter Margaret MupgnretaJ1d MupgnretaJ1d1IJssA and andMiss
1IJssA Miss A E alker will leave this thismorlli thismorning
morlli morning for St Louis Later Mrs MrsJones S SewJU
Jones ewJU will go to the south for the win wintot rJn
tot
6 6MiSs 5Miss
MiSs Elizabeth loICmUIlD 1111 laaTO laaTOSunday loauSunday
Sunday next for Los AnliQQS Anlos to spend spendthe spendthe
the remainder ot the winte
0 0 0Mrs t
Mrs Rntherlne C Belc Beleher 1er and her her5QJ1Elit1l hr50n
5QJ1Elit1l 50n Eatl are now at home at the
Keft leitliapartmen lapartment t house
1 it itZr l
Zr and Mrs Irs Rl Royal al W V Da Daynes ncs arc re recehtng yeceiving
cehtng the congratulations otholr otholrfriends of thoir thoirfriends
friends over the arrIval of I a eeond ond son sonwho sonwho
who reached theIr home last sunday sundaya i iMrs
a a a1rs
Mrs 1rs Victor M Clomcnt has returned reti1rncdtv
tv the e city after a IOl lengthy th stay In Inthe Inthe
the cast an and < Is at home with wit Mrs Mrsodward lrs lrsoodward
oodward at 35 Firth 0 0Mrs East street 1 1rs
Mrs rs Wesley Paul left Sulldny mOtl mOtlfng m9rn m9rnIn
fng In for Goldfield wlerc snc sji will m lcJln jilnMr
1011 Paul PllulIrs
Mrs Irs George M Downe 1vill ill tltter tlttertnln edarthin
thin tomorrow afternoon at her home homeoW
000 000tr oW oWMr
Mr tr and Mrs C M Belland Bll and their theirlittle theirlittle
little daughter wJ11 leave Fdda Friday for a avisit i ivisit
visit to St Louis LouisBenner
00 00Benner
Benner X Smith hnsretlUncd hns returned from troma
a hunting trip t11rouh throtgh lallo
0 0Mr 1
Mr and Mrs Solon Siilro lilro entertained entertaineda
a dozen friends at an elaborate dinner dinnerat
at the CommercIal club last Sunday SUOOlljecning Sundayevening
evening the event beIng in honol or orthe ofthe
the firth annlerUr of theIr mar marriage marringe
riage 4 4e 4Mrs
if it e I IMrs
Mrs J D Thompson will entertain entertfilnthis entertainthis
this afternoon atth first of a so series seriesof les lesof
of card parties ftt her apartments In inthe I Ithe
the Fifth East hotel hotelit
it if II IIMr 0Mr
Mr and Mrs Wallace W llace Bran Branford rord are aregueste areguests
guests of Mr and Mrs Luis Evans Ehanbfor Evansfor
for ashrt short time timeThe
it itrhe
The reunion of t the e VeIls family In Inhonor Inhonor
honor nf the birthday of Daniel HI HIWens H HWells
Wens will take place Thursday O Ott2t t
21 at the home of Mrs 1Mna na WUs WUsSloan WIlsSloan
Sloan
0 0Thj
I
Th Thj Cleofan wUf meet this afternoon ttelrioonat
at tb the home oC Mrs WInfm Booth Booth61i
613 First street Mrs Frank Roberts Robertsw111 Robertswill
will read n paper on Gaul as a Roman RomanProvince RomanProvince
Province and Mrs yttlden elden r Ctawson CtawsonwfU Cweonwill
will review Lutetla LutetiaCe
I ITh
0 Ce CeThe
Th The first card part party of tbeseason tbeseasonwill the season seasonwillbe
will willbe be given by the theCouncfl Councn of Jewish Jewishomen JewishWothen
Wothen omen at t the e 13 B rooms this after afternoon
noon noonIrs
t 0 0Mrs
Mrs Irs Byron Cummings will entertain entertainthe J
the Wastttch Vns tch Literary circle t111s thu after aftelnoon afternoon
noon at her honrc 936 East Eleventh 1eventhSouth
South Street Mrs rs oJ M Dart will te teiew review
view iew Order No 11 by Mrs rlSCarM Caroline CarolineA ne
A Stanle StanleThe Stanley I
The tourist sactlon of the LadIes Llt Lits Litserary I Ierar
erar erary club will I eet this morning at atthe atthe
the club house Mrs B A MeMrthm MeMrthmwill McMflIauwill
will gIve the topiC The Ptlr Expedi Expedition Expedition
tion and the Birth ot NO Q Japan JaPtlnThe JapanThe
The five minute talks wn ion 1J t Ley Leyasu
nsu nsulUfIS 00 00Miss IeyI
Miss Cordelia rdeUft G Green ee is S In the clt cltffom oity oityfiom
ffom Idaho for 8 short visit 18It wits wltnfriends witsfriends
friends She ia at the home of Mrs MrsHarry 11s 11sH8rr
H8rr Harry Knoles KnoleslIrs
S ft w CMrs
Mrs George Thompson 01 o Ogden is n nguest aguest
guest 8 at t the home or Dr and lrs So Solon SoIon
lon Spiro i 757 7 First streL streLIr str et etMr
Mr Ir and Mrs F C Richmond Richmond hlve hlvereturned bayereturned
returned from om Bingham where the they theyspent
spent two da days s ns the guests uests or An AndreW Andrew 1
dreW Molloy ono of the Blngtlam and Ne NeHayen NeHaven
Haven mine 0 0Mr j jlIr
lIr and lIrsVnUam Mrs William Pmckwinkta Pmckwinktaand
and daughtB + iaIe a at home at the Keith Keltlapartment Keithapartment
apartment house houseThe houseC
C 0 0The
The meeting of the DauGhters of tne tneCoiitederacy I ICOlllederac
COlllederac which was to Ita have ve been beenheld J Jheld
held tod today y has bc been n lostPone 1OstPOnetIll tUl next nextFriday nexuFriday
Friday when it will 111 b b h held 1d at the thehome thehome
home of Mrs rs George H Wood ood 659 69East I IEast
East ThIrd South street Th The nnnual J Jelection Ielection
election oC officers will take place and andall andall
all members and fill southern women womenale womenare
ale Invited to be present presentIr
00 00Mr
Mr Ir and Mrs Jar r IiIelris ntor Qntortaliied ntortalned
talned at a dinner Sundy evening at attIJe attIe
tIJe tIe Knutsford their guests being Miss 111ssI1 MissLfella
I1 Lfella l1a Richards and Lleutentnt > Allen AUena Allenand
a and d Parker of Fort Douglas Douglastrs
C 0 0Mrs
Mrs trs Joel L PrIest goes to Logan to tomorrow tomorrow
morrow to present her pappr on Non Nonsense Nonsense
sense Verse which has been substl substltutecIcIr substituted
tutecIcIr tuted fo the topic whIch was to have havebetm havebeen
been given by Mrs A C Ewing EwJnglfrs
00 00Mrs
Mrs Duncan MacVlchlcwlU MacVlchle will enter entertaJft entertah
taJft at an anniversary breakfast Fri Frida Fyiday
da day Oct S St S Sand
and and Mrs 118 AJlirsch A a flrsch ll and d dHfr8 MIes MIesHfrO
t
Hfr8 ll of Philadelphia who have been beenlUNts beenguests
guests for fI few weeks at th Siegel legelborne
borne left yesterday este da fr their hOme hOmeIr
0 0 0Mrs
Mrs Ir W 11 Tones and Mrs irs F D DBlcktQrd DDckwd
BlcktQrd will go tOLo to Logan 1W with theStllt theStlltL1Ike theSnltLake
Lake degat1on 1 l1lUon l1lUonrs
Mr5 rs T Fred O 04e11 1ell < wlJleJllertaln will etertain at atan atIUI
an informal affaIr this u ternoon ather atherhome at her herhome
home on Third street
0 C S SMrs I
frs TI G Betlyrnan and t1 daughter daughterMildred ushter ushter1UIhe
Mildred left last night tora stx s1 weeks weeksIslt weeksvisit
visit Islt among friends n atid ld rfJntt JaUys f s In InNew iiiNew
New York Brookl Brooklyn fl1 and Dou oughkeep oughkeepale 11keep 11keepale
ale aleJud t 0 0Judge
Jud Judge c wti nd Mrs lS W v C UJl l gave n ntheatre Atheatre
theatre I party > rty rut evening In lonor onor or orfIr ofMr
fIr and lIlt Ralph A lic 1kBroqm 1kBroqmONE toftm toftmOC
OC OCONE
ONE HUNDRED THOO THOUSAND THOUSANDCHICAGO tNI tNICHICAGO
CHICAGO MEN ARE AREIDLE IDLE
Spcdal Spet ial Corrc Uorrepondenc UorrepondencChicago pondencc pondenccChlcalo
Chicago Ills Oct HIt Is estJmatd I
that there arc fully 100000
men out of tm i iplomlIt
plomlIt In the city of Chicago COO COOservaUve Conservative
servaUve estimates made In 1893 a year
notorious for the number of men without
Jobs bs placed the number for the summer summekor summerof
or that year at OOOOO In a city lIke
Chicago t the e number ot men nohnnny Idle IdlemlJhl Idlemight
might be properly placed at about iOOO OOO
It Is th1 to be Qbserved that tour times timesas
as manymen arc now without work as 15 15I
I the ease e durIng times of r real al activity In
business businessStanding businessStandIng
Standing out conspicuously In this sit sitVation It Ituatlon
uatlon Is the fact that ne1Lrljl all ot the themtl1 themn
mtl1 who have 108t their jobs oba wore for formtly formely
mtly eniloy cnloyed < l by Iftr Inre e industrial corn om
blnatlons It ts the trustsanll partcu
Jarty the tarItrfld trusts whIch are abh abhto abldto
to sell their gOO goods S cheaper abroad than thantheyar thaithey
theyar they aresold ilIOt 1ln < in Ame Amoica lca the th arne trusts trustswhich trustswhich
which proclaim to the laboring men that thatIt
It IF on ofly throu through h nlvh tariff that wages wagesbttor wagesbetter
better than thOM In Europe can bo paid pnldI paidahictt
bleh art causing l1Eflrly all the trouble troubleTh troubleThe
I Th The building trad trades s uro actively eJtgaged eJtgagedlhOJ8 eagageirIioe
lhOJ8 at wok In ordlnar ordinary mercantile mercantllcJineS mercantilelines
lines report that there Is but little llttl re retrenchment yettenehment
trenchment trenchmentant ttenehmentOnly
ant a dn day or two ago there was a re readjustmenr readjustment
adjustment of wa wages es and workinG hour hournt h9urs h9ursat
nt the JoUtt Ills plant ot the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Steel corporation Th rAducUon rAducUonIn
In wares amounts to from IttJ tT 40 per percent peredit
cent Four thousand men are concerned 4oncernedI
I Skilled workmen who have bcQn earning
3 ioo a year laboring eight hours a day dayhave a ahne
have had their wages cut to 2100 To Tooorn Tooars
oars this they must work twelve hour a aa aday
a day y
yReduction Reduction All Along the Line LineThis LineThis
This reduction is paid nl 1 to be a plrtof part f a acnernl aenemI
cnernl plan put into operation at uU uUplants nIlplants
plants ot the United States Steel tcel corpora corporatIon corporation
tIon oct 1 Expert workers In the billet bJUetmUls billetmills
mills have been given an additional fur furnace furrace
race to watch an and 1 their salaries have havebeen havebeen
been cut from 2500 to tWO 9QO a year yearIn > ar arIn
In n department > nt known liB the con conorter convorter
orter wages have bct been > n eat 26 nor cent centthe centthenurnbor
the thenurnbor number ot men haa 2Gcr lccrroduued rnduaed nnt an4th
thtt th v11t1dn tdting hO hours rs have e jUrbW IiI nQ IiWtesetL IiWtesetLPrIoratojttLe t o ed edPrior
Prior PrIoratojttLe tOA > ttlo r uQ CI1 tltt Ul len lenwt zenere
wt ere > re atnor tl work at lr IG laQLfnrjilsL Q itJJaf ll 11 11dpr iitier
tier th hc fa readjustment Justmeiltnn nlzte m men 10 < lo the thework thework
work >
l
I
Thc plant of the company bets the same sameamount same sameamount
amount ot fInIshed product slncens since as be betorJthe beforo
torJthe foro the roadJ roadjthstment stment This Ie don donb doneby
b by Jncre lncrcasing slng e 110lrs dtid making e citCh citChjuan Ch Chman
man 40 P10i nope work The m men n had cx cxP cxpected
P pected cted a reductIon in wns wages but they h had hadno d
110 idea th thftt t the cut would be so radical radicalas
as that which has been forced upon them themAnothor themAnother
Another disquieting fact Is that some or ofthe
the veterans In the different departmentS departmentSare I
are to 1 let out Men who bap bav been beenwith beenwith
with the steel plant twenttive rears yearswere rearswere
were thrown out ot f employment This Thishas Tinshas
has all au occurred In a trust whIch enjoys enjosImmense enjoysimmense
Immense tarIff benefits This same trust trustclosed trustclosed
closed down its p1ants in j South ChlcaO ChlcaOnnd ChicaFOand
and threw SOO men Into idleness for quite qUlteawhllo quiteawhile
awhile thIs summer The men who were werethrown ere erethro
thro thrown 11 out or work then were men who whohad whohad
had romall1ed loyal to t the steel truSt Iqe Iqeits IItits
its strike ot two t sears rs ago That seemS 8temshowoor seemShowever
however to have lu lmd d llQ effect when the theretrenchment theretrenchment
retrenchment process 5et ct in inFarming inParming
Farming Material Material Trust Shuts Dawn Dawnf ThwnThe
f The Internatlonal Harvester company
has just Started up Its plllut after 1 ashutdown to11 to11shutdon
shutdown When this comp company J1 Is In full fullopernUon fullOperation
Operation it i employs about 1SOd S mono At Atpresent t tpresent
present not more than ll OO lr 20C9 arc on onthe onthe
the payroll PrIor to the most recent recentshuttl recentshutdpwn
shuttl shutdpwn wn some of the plnnt l or this thiscompany thiscompany
company wore closed from Dec Ie to toIareh toMarch
March 2l keeping 100 men hUe This Thiscompany Thiscompany
company is partfcularl particularly noteworth for forthe brthofreedom
the thofreedom reedom with which It sells it its < spods spodsin
in Europe cheaper than It sells them to tothe tothe
the farmers or Illinois nod In Indiana iana who whoare whoare
are right around its very cr manufacturipc manufacturipcplants nlanufacturpgplants
plants plantsRow plantsBow
Row 1tub Rubber er Trust Reduces Wages WagesOneot WagesOne
Oneot One of the iml1ortaJt constituent com comPftnies compenies
Pftnies of tb the rubber trust has Q plant In Inthis inthis
this city It had made an agreement wIthIts wIth wIthIts
Its workmen some years ao to > ay cer certain certam
tain tam W8 waaes es That a agreement expired Sept Septt
t The mplme IIs1 asked < e1 that it bEl TP TPnwed yeflowed
flowed The 1el reply > 1 ot the company was to toshut toshut
shut down the shop The puett Is jU just justreopening t tr
r reopening < r c mp nC5 arc bein = employed cmploJooupon employedupon
upon a seal of wages 1tl utterly rl out oC pro proportion proportiop
portion to the old figures tIStlrcThis figuresThis
This slime proc process Ss < bas been put into op opemUon operation
emUon by b 8 large number or tho greater JPentertorporatloal greaterCorporations
Corporations The 111hOlS Steel cnmpany cnmpanyshut mpany mpanyshut
shut down Illant its lant and urou noon reopening reoponingcm1lo reopeningemployed
cm1lo employed e mn m n at wages llCS reduced b by from
21 to iO per I Iiit ut ot the old figure Hours Hourshave ITotirshave
have been Increased In nearly aU of the thofactorl thefactories
factories and it is n very on Ienernl > rule rulethat rulethat
that mt men > n nr u > doln much more work ork for forJcs forless
less mone money than was the case ono year yearago enr enrago
ago agoPullman
agoPullman Pullman Company as a Prospe ProspeInde Prosperity ProsperityIndex
Index IndeTho IndexThe
The Pullman Palace Car compi company companywhich n nwhich
which enerl1ll omphoys mplo tJ about 7SQO 500 men menJradua mengradually
Jradua gradually h reduced Its force through throughout throughoutthe ut utthe
the summer and shut down entirely about aboutthe
the middle of September Lack oC busl buslntl business
ness S was a5Sl assirnod ed as the cause causecompany The TheeompanY1Jursuod
eompanY1Jursuod company pursued the policy of keeping keeplnall
all 11 DOSslble cars on the road and having havingL
L as < few men 81 feasible In the repairing repairingforce repairingforce
force forceThese These plants have just started up upalaln upagaIn
agaIn but even now not more than 1500 1500melt 1500mcii
melt are at work The close ot the ex exUnion oxeursion
Union season Is sen senning ing a large num number numher
her of ears to be repaired and It itis Is abso absoluteh absohitelt
luteh essential that they be attended to toBut toBut
But It is not expected that by Christmas Christmasth
th the COmPnl1 comnany wilt have more than one onehalf
half of Its usual force of men at work workThe workThe
The number of men omplo employed ed In the man manutacturhlg manufacturlug
utacturhlg t department Is smaller than it ithas ithas
has been in tour our or fIve years yearsThat yearsThat
That it should be necessarY for the thesleeping thesleeping
sleeping car monopoly so to retrench its itsforces Itsforces
forces In this year ear of the full dinner dinnerpail dinnerpall
pail and thc stand pat gospel Is a asIgnificant asIgnificant
sIgnificant commentary upon the manner mannerIn
In which tho traveling public Is cumin eUmlnatlne cuminatin
atlne atin Its luxuries luxuricsCondition luxuriesCondition
Condition of Stcckyards Workmen WorkmenThe
The stock yards here employ norman normanabout normallyabout
about 25000 men As a re reuit mlt ot the re recent recent
cent strike although the strike itself has hasbeen hasbeen
been end ende4 for secral weeks not more morethan morethanonehaif
than thanonehaif onehatf of the th usunl forc fprce > of men menare menarestt
are arestt 1ft work The small stordkeepers and andbusiness andbusinesz
business men lnSencrat In general fn th tbdstock tock yards yardsdistrict yardsdistrict
district roport that b bOsi sf 105sifin oss iLn a very veryd er erIt
It state The workmen fought ou ht their theirtJsl1t theirright
right and were whipped for or lack of re resourc resouree
sourc but t the e beef trustlfthleh trust Which WZ WZIctorloul wazvictorious
victorious and which is ch chrginn Jlm such suchhlh auch111gb
hlh prIces for meats which whIchit it sells Is IsemploIng Isemploying
employing a much mallcr llp npmber ber of ofmen ofmen
men than usual usualButthf usualEutthe
Butthf Cost of Living Has Not Been DeenItedu BeenRcdu
Itedu ed edA edAgaInst
A AgaInst ninst the facts which have just been beenstated beenstated
stated to th the > conditions or employ employm employmeat
m meat nt now prevaUlnamont prevailing arnona the larger largercorporatl largercorporatiOns
corporatl corporatiOns ns o oC thia city is tob to b4 p nced pijicedsome ncedsome
some significant facts as to the c cdt of ofI1vlng ofhiving I I
hiving A typical statement at the wa wathis way waythis
this cost has increased appeared in the theChicaso theChicago
Chicago Dally NowJ of f Oct 6 Thl Thlnewspltpor Thla Thlanewspapor
newspltpor Is sllpportlng sppIiorti g the RepuQ1icnn RepuQ1icnnpart Repullieunparty
part In this campaIgn On the dat datamen datamentioned m mtlon
tlon tioned l thls periodical published a story tOry 6t 6tan t tanlnvestlgaton
investigation an It had made of the cost costot costof
ot coal In the elt city or Chicago The sum summar um ummary
mar mary or the conditions as this Republi Republican
can organ found tl1cm was aS as foIlos foIlosTbtlt fohiowsThat
That hard coal has been een rals raised d 25 25nts 25Cents
Cents nts In l price > rict Ihllt ten jears years ago it was wasi wassam
sam i That person personhi who cannot afford to topay topay
pay for awhole a whole ton atone at One time wlU11aye wlU11ayeto will bave baveto
to pa pay an average of s for hard coal for forfractional or orfractional
fractional parts of a ton apd 10 10 If bought boughtby boughtby
by the basket Thaf That the present price pricehnylng priceaving
hnylng been fixed as the he minimum for the theye3t theyear
year by the railroad companlescontTol1 companlescontTol1in companies controll controlllag
in lag the anthr anthracite Jte ffeld feldr ot Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniavll1
vll1 1 I not come down until next April AprilTke pjl pjlThe
The Dally News quoted Mr C A Blck BlckeU BIckoft
eU vice pr president fdent or the Manufactureys ManufactureysFuel Ian facturers facturersFuel
Fuel com company pan as stating that the price priceof priceof
of soft coal was 2i 2 cents higher than It Itwas 1 1was
was last month and that it woUld doubt doubtleas doubtless
leas go hlglter still as the wint wintCtmonths wintCtmonthssame rmnths rmnthslame
lame on and then said saidThis
This Is In the fac face oC an ncknoledged ncknoledgedsurfeit cknowlcdgedsurfeit
surfeit at soft coal In Chicago An in of official offinal
final or one of the big whol wholesalQ salecon saleconcerns con concerns
cerns declared that at a rec recent nt date he hehad hehad
had had a record of 3ro cars standing In the theards theyards
yards ards of one ot the rol1road companies companiesvlthout companieswithout
without purchasers It wasDWstJ was iTpStiy from tromIJIlnois fromIllinois
Illinois and Indiana fields he saI saul the the3stern theeastern
eastern mln mines s having adopted the policy policyof I
of holding buck 5hlpme shipments ts as if toorce toorcethe to force forcethe
the western market UD UDThese upThese
These prices oC coal which 50 intimate fntImate1Y intimatehr
1Y affect cvoryhouacholder every 1ioucbolder dir dirQCtIy ct or orIlflllrectb orInThreetly
Ilflllrectb are but an Index to toe gen generai en eneral
eral increases In the prices charged here hereby here1w
by the tarlffprotected trust > In this year yearThe
1001 The large numbers of unemployed unemploedme
me men gathered thorQd around the headquarters headquarterswhere headquarterswhere
where laboring men congregate arc co coiji coijipluming
pluming most iost bitterly against the thecOm thecOmhlnation com comhi
the have to face of an absence absencei
they
hi nation
of satlsfactoi satisfactOrY employment and qf of hl liher liherprices her herprices
prices for the necessaries of I1fo 110they Ulan Ulanthey
they have had to pay for or man many years yearsprevIous cars carsprevIous
prevIous
EXCURSIONS EAST EASTL EASTVia EASTVia
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Via Oregon Short Line LineSt LineSt
St Louis and rot rottirri urn 4350 4350Chl 4350Cltkgo
Chl Cltkgo go and return returnChicago 4150 4150Chicago
Chicago and return vii St Louis 4760 4760St 4150S
St S LouIs and return vIa Chicago 4575 4575Th 4S75Tirough
Th Tirough ough Pullman sleeper via the theti
ti P and Wabash 11 11rickets ljnep ljneprickets
rickets on sale Ie Tu Tusday daYB and Fri Fridnys Frl15v8
dnys 15v8 See Q 1 S L JI agents for par particu particulaiS lieu lieuul
laiS ul City Utk tIikCt t ollice lllce2 ± 01 l Main t tST tST
ST MARKS RUMMAGE SALE SALEnas SALEIlasenitut
nas Ilasenitut > ntfnt of iZtl l larks church Oct Oct1Stl OctISt
1Stl O1ClOi 11 i u m mI inSALT1TTT
I SALTTu SALT1TTT I nTR hf MANAE
lAKE L llLtil LLLL1L LLLL1LTonight L CUlITAIN JS JSTonight
Tonight and Wadnesday WadnesdayWednesdny WMInesrIayWednesday
Wednesday Matinee Iatfn at atFREDERICK atFREfJERICK
FREDERICK WARlIE and andKtlTflRfIN andKIITHRVPJ
KtlTflRfIN KIDDER KIDDERIn
In ascnhals alHI I Kempers mpprs Stupr11dous Stupr11dousSnlc StupcndousScnic
Snlc Production or orSALAMMB09 ofSALAMMBO
SALAMMB09
A Spc SpeCtacular taeulnr irama rama of Romance Pas Passloii
81011 and Pu Pageantry antr Founded On n Flnu Flnuberts FIauberts
berts Grc Groftt t NQW NQvel1Y I Ilty
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NEXT TTaACTION ATACTIOKThursday TTaACTIONThursdt
Thursdt Thursday night Oct 0 0lnm 20rnma
lnm rnma Lucy 6tes 6tesWITH ates atesVITH
WITH WITHSALT VITHSALT
SALT LAKE SY SYMPHONY IPHO Y ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRAPI ORChESTRAPRICES2C
PI PRICES2C ES25c SOc 75c 100 lW lWI l0I
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The leading popularstyles arc represented in our stock of glovcs for l Tadi TadiTue di diTho
Tho st styles lcs include the fino Glace p ronoull renounced ed Glaca o or5oam gloves at atc
c 100 1 iO 50 and 200 Glaco Piques at 125 12 1GO and OO Suede at L50 L50and 160and
and i200 i200Vo 1OOi
i Vo have just jus added s n Qaturo t W V a asiiable lable Kid Glove at 1iS 75 ASide from fromi fromit8
i it8 merit as qs a washablo glove it pos PQS 4 st S st style le aIm durabi1i durabi1iTo durttbiiity durttbiiityTo
To wash them you s D1pb rub n lie cpo of pure soap 011 a sponge soaked itn itnoidinary itaordinary
ordinary running water not hot n aid d rub gently on the gloves until qican lcan tll tllrinse thjt thjtrinse
rinse the soap off carefully in ii clear water inflate fingers and hang them to dry ina inaroom in a aroom
room of normal tcrpcraturc not 110ar te at or or in the sun After the gloves are dry drystretch drystretch
stretch them thoroughI y Vsh ish each gJo YO separately on the hand handQrnUf bandll
QrnUf ll 6 GGIIITILUC1IIVI99 GGIIITILUC1IIVI99SU n JDi 1 UCC1fnVIt99 UCC1fnVIt99j
j Gentcel in Appearanoc erfect erfectFitting
SU Ifu
Q Fitting and Unmatched for Service ServiceSizes
Sizes 9 12 to 13 at 85 85Sizes
Sizes 13 i2 12 to 2 at 235 235ftrf 235 235Sizes
Sizes 2 12 to 5 I2 a at 275 275OtherGradesasLow
OtherGradesasLow 2G 2GJ
ftrf 18QY
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Getting Away From thc Past PastJudge PastJudge
Judge I
In m my plans r for r your new home homeoos homesays
says Ue architect hI I have provided for fora I
a large ornate frieze In the hall hallDont
j Dont want it asserts Mr Con ConJceled ConjcelecL I
Jceled JceledWhat jcelecLWhat
What WhatNot WhatNot
Not a bit of t Cant take any anychapces anychaices
chapces on someone beln being reminded remindedthat remindedthat
that I used to drive an ice wagon wagonPRICES nagonPRICES
PRICES Night Zi 25c re c ic icIattnec c cMttnce
Iattnec tX tXTonight 13cTonijht
Tonight and andlomorrow Tomorrow Night NightIATINEE NightMATINEE
MATINEE WEDNESDAY AT 3 P M MTile L LThe
The New Scenic Comedy Drama DramaOntheBridgeat DramaOntheBrhIeat
OntheBridgeat 1idnight 1idnightThe
The marvelous mechan mechaukal lal teed a aJackKnife
JackKnife Bridge is the acme of stage stagecraft
craft
NEXT ATTRACTION ATTRACTIONTHE ATTRACTIONTHE
THE SIGN OF THE FOUR
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AND HIS SYSTEM SYSTEIBclConc SYSTEMBeifone
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1 M LAW LAWFLORIST I II IFLORIST I
FLORIST I
214 E Second South St StHeadquarters StBeadquarters
Headquarters For ForAmerican 1 1AmerIcan
+ AmerIcan Beauty Roses Rosesand Rosesand
and Chrysanthemum ChrysanthemumWe f fWe
We always have a fresh stock stockt stockto
t to select from fromTelephone
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Telephone 37 37i 37The
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i The State fair fairI FirI
I Judges ud ges Soy Sdy1st i i1st
1st PrizeGold Medal for foryour foryour
your IDGH PATENT PATENT1st
1st Prize Prize Gold Medal for foryour foryour
your STRAIGHT GRADE GRADE1st GRADE1st
1st Premium for bread Qaked Qakedt 1akedfrom
from fromnUSlfRS fromlfltJSRSi
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Br rcad ad baked by Mrs J 3 A ASteele ASteele
Steele 858 East 1st South t to
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RUN ONLY ONLYLots
Lots of watches run but do not keep keeptim keeptime
tim time because It takes a good mechanic tu tumake tomake
make n watch keep time I have the thereputation thereputation
reputation for making watches keep keeptime keeptime
time Get my prices for rellabA watches watchesdtnmonds watchesdiamonds
diamonds jewelry and clocks they are aret aretl3
t tl3 e lowest n the city cltyTULfi
5 L < SlCKLE
1 TIEl TULfi TULfilS iB 1M 1MliS
liS lS fast aSt SeconNUtnIioStreet Secohd tree netw
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ARDNR DAilY SJOR NfWS NfWSGet
f Get into warmer Underwear UnderwearSeems UnderwearSeems
Seems to be the popular senti sentiment sentiic
ic ment just at present presentSeems presentI
I I Seems as tllQ the whole town townants townwants
wants ants to get into the Garth Gardner Garthqfv
qfv ner kind kindrlfat kindd
d
rlfat means the best they can canI canget
get for the llloney llloneyIt
I N It does not refer to any partica
1 Jar grade or make makeBut makeBut
But to all good kinds moder moderateIy moderately
ateIy priced pricedSome I riced ricedSome
Some at 1 per suit others at nearly a dozen prices be between between
tween that and 10 per suit suitThis suitTlis
This weather is aso also suggestive of Overcoats Raincoats RaincoatsG RaincoatsGloves
G Gloves loves and other warm warm 1vearabl wear bl s sON s sONI
ON J I r P 114DiFI hARDNFR 136138 136138PRier 136133RIC
PRier RIC JR I U UIRIJItLk L Main St StIHE StTHE
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