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THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY MARCH 29 1906
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St S Louis LouleTh The Planters The Southern SouthernAMUSEMENTS SouthernAMUSEMENTS SouthernAMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS TODAY TODAYSalt TODAYl TODAYSalt
l Salt alt Lake LakeMeUnop Matinee and night Freder Frederk FrederVnrde
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WEATHER FOR SALT LAKE LAKETHE LAKEFair LAKEFair
Fair FairTHE FairTHE
THE METALS METALSSilver METALShcr METALS1ler
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1 rOR 1rOR F OR CIVIC IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENTThere IMPROVEMENTThere
There Is a big field for the Civic CivicImprovement Civictmproement Civicitprovement
Improvement itprovement association which was wasDrganlzcd wasrganlzed wasrganIzed
Drganlzcd so auspiciously Tuesday TuesdayEvening Tuesdayenlng Tueedayvenlng
Evening enlng Those who have watched tch d the thejlevelopment thehtTelopment theevelopment
jlevelopment evelopment of Salt Lake L lte closely real roaiZP ronip realIze
Ize ZP p that the city has not kept pace in ints inIts Ints
Its ts public Improvements with the prog progress progrl progres ¬
ress rl > SS mado in commercial and financlal financialAffairs financlalpffalrs financlalpffalrs
pffalrs and the fault Is largely at atributable atlbutable atrfbutabie
ributable to a lack of that organized organizedpublic organlzedpubllc organizedjublle
public spirit S which in other cities has hasgiven ha hakhren i
given intelligent direction and support supportto sup ort ortt
to t o a general genora movement for civic bet betterment bett beterment ¬
terment termentSome t rment ermentSome > rmentSome
Some of the th shortcomings of the thetlty thotHy thetIty
tHy are so obvious as to be recognized recognizedby
by every one There can be no ques question qU questinn S Sbon ¬
bon as to the need of street improve improvehients ImprovtnEnts improvetnents
tnEnts of the right sort and there is isnot Isnot Istiot
not much room for debate as to tho thoadvisability thobdvlsablUt lie lietdvisab1iity
advisability of using some other othermaterial othermaterial otherhiaterial
material than asphalt for paving In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the residence districts Most of the thelarger tholarger theLarger
larger cities have 1I1NO awakened to the thefact thefact thetact
fact that asphalt is costly cost dirty dltt noisy noisyard I10lsyar noisyard
ard ar d altogether undesirable for use us in inresidence intCsId inresidence
residence tCsId < > nce districts as Mr Goshon Goshonrluted Goshonpdnte GoshontInted
pdnte tInted out in his talk to the associa association assoclatfrn associatirn ¬
tion
Denver has proved the availability availabilityof a8nabmlDr
of macadam as well as its value and andBait andSalt andSalt
Salt Lake has quite as good material materialclose maleriallose materialrinse
close at hand for paving purposes pur Oses as ashas asha3 ashas
has Denver Such material would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make it possible to pave ave extensively extensivelywithout extensivelywithout catensivelywithout
without burdening property owners so sothat sothat sothat
that Salt Lake could have good streets streetsIn
In every direction within a short shortperiod shortpCriod shortperiod
period and bring its thoroughfares s up upto upto upto
to the th standard of cities of its class classDoubtless classDoubtless 1assDoubtless
Doubtless when the committees of the theassociation theassOciation theassociation
association got down to business they theyxvill theyilI
xvill 111 recommend to the city adminis administration udtillnletraUOll adminisEration ¬
tration a plan for general straot im improvement improvement finprovement ¬
provement which hlch will m meet ftt the con conditions conditions condi ¬
ditions ditionsIt di tlons tlonsIt
It is to t be hoped the committees committeesreport committeesreport ta tareport
report on this subject will carry a arecommendation Iiromm arecommendation
recommendation romm ndaHon for narrowing the thedriveways thedrin thedriveways
driveways drin ays as lisa bean done on Brig Brigham Brigham Brigham
ham street since this will reduce the thetost thecnst thecost
cost of paving make the streets more morebeautiful morebeautiful moreautifu1
beautiful autifu1 and still leave ample room roomfor roomfor roomfor
for traffic trafficNext trafficNlxt trafficNext
Next in importance will come the thetpffort theflrt theffflrt
tpffort to get et individual citizens to toci o otian
11811 ci an un and adorn their premises premisesMr tirolniseslr rotnls S Slr
Mr lr E B Cfllclilov spoke k of f Boise B ls as asun aJtm aenfl
un example e amp of the beauty which whichcomes whichCnmes whichomes
comes from united effort to make a apresentable nJiresentabte airesentabIe
presentable appearance The Idaho Idahocapital Idahopltal IdahoEpital
capital pltal is one of the prettiest cities in inthe tntIlt Inli
the li country and nd its appearance is due duealmost du dualmost dudalmost
almost altogether to the neatness of ofthe orthe ofthe
the lawns the liberal use of paint on onr onr on2t
2t r sidences and fences enclts and the ab absence abne abnce ¬
sence ne of litter and trash which abound aboundso
so freely fr oly in some districts of Salt SaltLake SaltLa1e SaltLake
Lake The Civic Improvement associ association associatiQn association ¬
ation will serve a good purpose if it itarouses Itarouses Itarouses
arouses public interest in a movement movementto
to clean house all over the city in inthe Inthe Inthe
the removal rernov l of trash and weeds w eds from fromvacant fromaeant fromvacant
vacant lots the planting of trees and andattention andattention andattention
attention to t lawns lawnsall all of them activi activities a aCtivities t1vl t1vlties ¬
ties which Involve little expense o p8nso and andrepay andrfpay andrepay
repay that little a thousand times timesover UrnesOer timesover
over in the added attractiveness of ofneighborhoods ofneIgh ofneIghbothoods
neighborhoods neighborhoodsOne neIgh bbrhood bbrhoodOne
One thing thh the new aseochuion a ocietion may mayveil mayeU maycell
veil eU study to avoid and that Is the thetendency th thttn1l thetendency
tendency ttn1l nc in such organizations to toattempt toattempt toattempt
attempt too much at once The most mostenthusiastic mostenthusIttStlc mostenthusIastic
enthusiastic workers in such a cause causenaturally causonaturnJly causenaturally
naturally have iav a number of reforms reformsthey reformsthey reformsthey
they wish to see accomplished 1m 1mmediatoly fmmcdiatly tinmediately
mediatoly but the most practical re results reBults resuits ¬
suits can be accomplished only l b btaking by bytaking > y ytaking
taking up one or two tw lines of effort at ata ata ata
a time and finishing them before at attempting attmpting attempting ¬
tempting any other th r If the association associationsucceed associationsu associationsueceedL
succeed su < cee 4 in lnnrouslng arousing a seiHimqnt in inbehalf inbll1alf Inbba1f
behalf of street Improvement and gets getsthe Getsthe getsthe
the individual citizen to cloaii up and andadorn andadorn andadorn
adorn their own premises this season seasonit
it will have accomplished all that can canbo canbe canbe
be asked of it as a beginning and nd can canthen canthen Jantl1en
then plan further Improvements Improvt > ntOnt one at ata ata ata
a time as thty seam urgent urgentThe urgontThe urgentThe
The organization la admirably adap adapted adapt adapted ¬
ted t d to its purpose and its officers offi ers are areamong areamongtn areamong
among amongtn tjhfe Bast t that could c UId have been beenchosoiu boenchoson beenchozoii
chosoiu Mr Stephens the president presidenthas presIdenth presidenthas
has h S had d experience EXp d fiae In city lty affairs ffaitsand and andlias andlau
lau the impartial judgment < whjLpii la 15t 1
t
most desirable in the executive x cut1ve officer officerof
of a nonpartisan movement His HJsassociates Hisssoolat Hisassociates
associates ssoolat s on the board of managers managersare
are men and women of recognized recognizedpublic recognizedpublic recognIzedpublic
public spirit and the organization may maybe maybe maybe
be expected to prosper and get results resultsunder resultsunder resultsUnder
under their direction directionA
j A FOOLISH PLEA PLEAStill PLEAStill PLEAstill
Still harping on my daughter says saysPolonius saysPolonlus saysPolonius
Polonius in one of his scenes with withHamlet WithHamlet withHamlet
Hamlet And still til1 harping on the theMorris theMorria theMorris
Morris administration is the suburban suburbanorgan suburbanorgan suburbanorgan
organ of the American party Every Everytime EverytIme Everytime
time the least criticism of the acts of ofAfayor oflIayor ofjayor
Afayor Thompson and the reformers reformersis
is indulged in the organ goes back to tothe tothe tothe
the Morris administration and devotes devotesits
its more or less valuable space to a adiscussion adiscussion adiscussion
discussion of it itSpeaking itSpeaking itSpeaking
Speaking of the Ferry erry resolution for foran foran foran
an inquiry into the citys rights in Big BigCottonwood BigCottonwood BigCottonwood
Cottonwood canyon this contemporary contemporarymakes contemporarymakes contemporarymakes
makes the charge that the city has no norights norights norights
rights there and that it never had any anythat anythat anythat
that the conduit was undertaken undertakenmerely undertakenmerely undertakenmerely
merely to make a showing for cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign purposes If these charges are aretrue aretrue aretrue
true and they are not how can the thefriends thefdends thefriends
friends of the reform administration administrationexplain administrationexplain administrationexplain
explain the fact that work on the theconduit theconduit theconduit
conduit has gone right along since the thereformers thereformers thereformers
reformers took charge of city af affairs affairs a afairs ¬
fairs fairsIf fairsIt fairsif
If there isno Is no o immediate prospect of ofsecuring ofsecuring ofsecuring
securing water with which whl h to fill the theconduit theconduIt theconduit
conduit why was P J Moran given giveni5000
75000 of the taxpayers money for formaking formaking formaking
making alterations and for patching patchingleaks patchhlgloaks patchlngleaks
leaks in the big tube leaks that the thebeSt thebest thebest
beSt experts have said were due du to tofaulty tofaulty tofaulty
faulty construction Have the flre flreformers re reformers reforrners ¬
formers or any individual o OF news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper representing them any right to tocriticize tocrIticIze tocriticize
criticize the Morris administration administrationeven admlnl traUon traUoneven
even if it be admitted and it is not notadmitted notadmitted notadmitted
admitted that the Morris admlnstra admlnstration admlnstraHon adminstration
tion undertook the conduit work without without with without ¬
out being sure of tho water waterTfte waterTe waterT1e
Tfte T1e Herald has no fault to find with withthe withthe withthe
the Ferry resolution It is the duty of ofthe ofthe ofthd
the council to ascertain Just what whatrights whatrights whatrights
rights the city has in Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodwater Cottonwoodwater Cottonwoodwater
water But certainly there can be no nojust nojust nojust
just complaint against Mayor ayor Morris Morrisand Morrisand Morrisand
and the last council by friends of the thepresent theproBent thepresent
present adminstratlon admlnstratJon for this admin administration idmfnIstratlon dminJstration ¬
istration Is doing exactly what its itsorgan Usorgan Itsorgan
organ declared was a9 a a crime in 1905 If Ifit ItIt Ifit
it was a crime then why Is It not nota
a crime now to go ahead with the con conduit conduit conduit ¬
duit duitCriticism duitCriticism duitCriticism
Criticism of men who are now m mprivate h1prlvata hiprivate
private life will not help the cause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reformers among citizens whr whrhave wh whhove whhave
have a disposition to be fair and it itwill ItwHi Itv1ii
will not be permitted to becloud the thereal therQal thereal
real issue or divert attention from the thefact thetact thefact
fact that an era of extravagant and andreckless andr andreckless
reckless r cklea8 dissipation of public funds fundsr f fundssuch nds ndssuch
r such as the city has never witnessed witnessedhas witne sed sedhas
has been Inaugurated under the alias aliasof aUasof aliasof
of reform reformLOOKS r reformLOO rorm rormL
LOOKS L LOO OOJS < S LIKE < E A STRIKE STRIKEThere STRIKEThere STRIKEThere
There doesnt seem much reason for forbelieving forbeHeving forbelieving
believing that the representatives of ofthe oftho ofthe
the United Mineworkers and the coal coaloperators coaloperators coaloperators
operators will arrive at an agreement agreementthat agreementthat agreementthat
that will prevent a strike In the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the conference has been going on onday onday onday
day after day futile though it Is lies liesonly Hesonly liesonly
only a faint hope of a compromise compromiseBoth compromiseBoth compromiseBoth
Both sides however seem absolutely absolutelyunyielding absolutelyunyieldIng absolutelyunyielding
unyielding The minors demand an anIncrease anIncroaso anincrease
Increase of wages At least one oper operator operator operator ¬
ator Is willing to grant the demand demandbut demandbut demandbut
but all the operators have agreed to tostand tostand tostand
stand together so that one cannot act actindependently actIndopendentty actindependently
independently of the others othersNearly othersNearly othersNearly
Nearly 525000 miners will 111 walk alk out outnext outnxt outnOxt
next Monday unless an agreement Is Isreached isreaohed isreauhed
reached It Is estimated that nearly
2000000 people are dependent upon uponthese uponthese uponthose
these men for sustenance Coincldent Coincldently
ly with the beginning of the strike the thewages thewag thewajes
wages wag wajes s of the miners will cease and a alimit al1mit alimit
limit will be put upon their credit at atthe atthe atthe
the stores The strike fund of the theunion theunIon theunion
union is In the neighborhood of ofilooOOO
6000000 That seems like a large largeamount largemount largeamount
amount of money but it wont last lastlong lastlong lastlong
long when more than 2000000 pople popleare pfiopleare pOopleare
are drawing on it itOf ItOf itOf
Of course many of tho miners have havefunds havefunds havefunds
funds of their own and they will not notbe botbe hotbe
be obliged to call on the union for help helpfor helptor helpfor
for several weeks perhaps for three or orfour ortour orfour
four months Even these well pre prepared prep prepared ¬
pared p red ones on s though will feel the pinch pinchof
of want if the strike is protracted protractedProsperous prbtmctedProsperouM protraotodProsperous i
Prosperous as is the union it cannot cannotstand cannotstand cannotstand
stand a strike of long duration Yet it itwill itwItl ItwIll
will doubtless have the sympathy of a agreat agrMt agreat
great majority maj r1ty of the public and andthrough andthrough andthrough
through that sympathy s it may hope to towin towin towin
win the battle battleThe battleThe bittfleThe
The miners mln rs are not the only ones onesthat onesthllt onesthat
that will suffer Statistics show that thatin thatin thatin
in the th anthraoite strike of 1902 the themine themine themine
mine operators lost i2250000 i22i OOOO the rail railroads railroads railreads ¬
roads 26000000 and other oth r business businessinterests businessinterests businessinterests
interests such as storekeepers and andthose andthose andthose
those dependent upon minors for or their theirtrade theirtrade theirtrade
trade 33693000 35935000 Here we have a net netloss netIOsg netlOss
loss reduced to actual dollars of
1114342000 exclusive of the 28030000 28030000the 28030OOOthe 28030000the
the miners themselves lost in wages wagesThese wagesThese wagesThese
These are tlr jacts faets that are calculated calculatedto d dto
to mako both both sides very sure of their thalrground theirground theirground
ground before they decide to engage in intho intho intho
tho great industrial battle a strike of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this magnitude Is certain to Involve InvolveThey InvolveThey InvolveThey
They are presented without regard to tothat tothat tothat
that othor great sufferer the public publicand pubtIeund publicnnd
and the time is hero when the th public publicmust pubumust ptibiidmust
must be considered for rooner or later laterthe laterthe laterthe
the public ub1t pays the freight freightCouncilman freightCouncilman freightCouncilman
Councilman Martin thinks that Wll Wilkins WIkins Wllklns
kins failure to resign is perfectly aw awful awful awfiil ¬
ful Lets see isnt Martin one of the themen themon themon
mon that rejoiced over the appoint appointment appointment appointmont ¬
ment of Lynch as chief of police and anddidnt anddidnt anddidnt
didnt he endorse h orse Chief Cht f Lynchs refusal refusalto
to resign resignThe resignThe resignThe
U
The city attorneys office says it is isunable isunable isunable
unable to find that the th city has any anyWater anywater ny nyW
Water W t r rights In Big Bi CottOnWOod G fiaft fiaftyom C dtftyon ti tiyon
yon How would w uld It itdq dp to havq hnvqa a real reallawyer roallawyer reallawyer
lawyer start an Inquiry Inq uiry rYlntothIs into int this mat matter matter mattier ¬
ter
Mr and Mrs C S Tin Tingey gey anrounce announcethe anrouncethe anrouncethe
the engagement of their daughter daughterVera daughterVera daughterrera
Vera to Joseph Jos ph R it Haas The mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage will m take place in AprilMrs April AprilMrs Aprila AprilMrs
a
Mrs J R Walker entertained infor informally Informally infornially ¬
mally yesterday afternoon for f r Miss
Blanche Burke the affair being a asmall af asmall
small f > bridge teat The other guests guestswere gUctwere guestSWere
were Mrs R H Channing Miss Kath Katherine Katherine Rutherine
erine Geddes Miss Katherine Williams
Miss Addle Zane une Miss Gertrude Mc
Grath Mrs Ernest Bamberger Mrs
Louis McCornlck Mrs J f M Bidwell
Mrs Charles Post Mrs L Seton Lind Llrtdsey Lindsey Lindsey
sey and Mrs George Jay Gibson GibsonThe GibsonThe GibsonS GibsonThe
S
The Treble Clef club has Issued invi invitations invitations mvtations ¬
tations for an informal song recital to
be given this evening at the th studio of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Martha Royle King 255 2 5 Commer Commercial Commeretal Commerciai ¬
cial club building buUdln The club will be beassisted besslsted betissisted
assisted by Mrs F E Schaufelberger Schaufelbergerand
and Mrs C B Richards RichardsMrs RlchqrdsMrs RIchirdsMrs
Mrs R E McConaughy will enter entertain entertain enterlain ¬
tain at a luncheon followed by bridge bridgeat
at her home this afternoon afternoons afternoonThe afternoonThe
s a a aThe
The marriage of Miss Ruby G Derr Derrand Derrand Derrand
and George Q Cannon will take place placetoday placetoday placetoday
today in the Salt Lake temple and will
be followed by a a reception in the even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing at the home of the brides sister sisterMrs sisteriIrs sisterMrs
Mrs F M Bishop BishopJudge BIshopJudge Bishopa
a as asJudge
Judge and Mrs C S Zane have re returned returned returned ¬
turned from California where Mrs MrsZane MrsZane MrsZane
Zane has spent the better part of the thewinter thewInter thewinter
winter winterMr wInterMr winterMr
Mr and Mrs L E Freeland have havemoved havemoved havemoved
moved and are re now at home at 131 B Bstreet Bstreet Bstreet
street streetMiss I IMiss
a a a aMiss
Miss Flora 15 i BaldflUn Bald n Is spending a apart apart apart
part of her vacation with friends out outof outof outof
of town townMrs townMrs
a a a aMrs
Mrs C J McNitt returned last even evening oening evening ¬
ing from fr m Ogden where she has been beenvisiting beenvlslUng beenvisiting
visiting friends friendsMrs frIendsMrs friendsMrs
Mrs J R Walker will give a tea teaSaturday teaS teaSaturday
Saturday S turday afternoon for Miss Beatrice BeatriceCheesman BeatriceCheesman BeatriceCheesman
Cheesman CheesmanMrs t tMrs
a a a aMrs
Mrs Ira H Lewis ontortained at an anInformal aninformal j
informal musicale yesterday afternoon afternoonAn
An impromptu programme was ren rendered rendored rendored ¬
dored Miss Agatha Berkhoel singing singingseveral singingseveral i iseveral
several solos solosA
A number of the friends cf Miss Sol Solma 501ma Sd Sdma
ma Sandberg arranged a surprise on onher 011her onher
her Tuesday evening at the home of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs L Sandberg Nearly a ascore ascore ascore
score were present pr sent and games gam s were werefollowed werefol1owed werefollowed
followed by b a buffet supper supperMrs suppert suppertrs supperMrs
t
Mrs trs F M I DrIggs of Ogden Og en Is in the thecity thecity thecity
city visiting the Short family familyBoston famUyl1r familyMr
l1r Livermore and 1Ir Lindsley LindsleyBoston LindsleyBoston
Boston are guests of Mr lr and Mrs MrsLouis MrsLouis MrsLouis
Louis B McCornlck McCornlckLieutenant 1rcCornJckLloutenant McCornlckLieutenant
Lieutenant and Mrs B L Williams Williamsreturned W1I11atnsreturned WIlliamsreturned
returned last evening to Fort Douglas Douglasand Douglasnd Douglasand
and nd will be at home for a few days dayswith dayswHh dayswith
with Lieutenant and Mrs > Royden IS ISBeebe EBeebe BBeebe
Beebe BeebeClarence BeebeClarencE BeebeClarence
Clarence K McComick entertained a afew afew afew
few friends at a dinner Monday even evenIng eV evenlug l ling
Ing at the University club clubMrs clubMrs clubMrs
Mrs Fred McGurrin entertained a afew Afew afow
few friends at a small luncheon at the theCommercial thecpmmerclal theCmmercial
Commercial cpmmerclal club yesterday yestordayMrs yesl yesterdayMrs rday rday1t
1t s slrrs
lrrs Mrs Ida Smoot Smoot Dwsonberry D s lberry will leave leavethis l leavethismorning aVQ aVQthismorning
this thismorning mornlng for Milwaukee to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the international Kindergarten union unionShe unionShe unionShe
She will visit Senator and Mrs Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot in Washington before her re return return return ¬
turn turnThe turnTho turnThe
The First Unitarian society will give givea
a dramatic recital and social tomorrow tomorrowevening tomorrowevening tomorrowevening
evening In Unity hall The comedy comedyNaval comedyNaval comedyNaval
Naval Engagements will 111 be present presented ¬
ed by Harry Harr Taylor F H Weight WeightF O OF
F Thompson Harry Horsley Mrs MrsFrank MrsFrank Irs IrsFrank
Frank Larsen and Miss Mi Ethel Sturgis SturgisThis SturgisThIs SturgisThis
This will be followed by dancing dancingThe dancingThe
4 4The
The reception planned for last oven ovening evenIns evensIng
ing In honor of the artillery arUll ry to leave leavethe leavethe leavethe
the post sodn so n was postponed till some sometime sornetime sometime
time late in April as the date for their theirdeparture theirdeparture theirdeparture
departure has been changed changedMrs changedIrs
S a a aMrs
Mrs Irs C Ottenheimer Otl nheimer entertained entertainedfow a afew afew
few friends informally yesterday YOsl rdn after afternoon a fter fternoon tar tarnoon ¬
noon at their new home 49 Center Centerstreet Conterstreet Centerstreet
street streetMrs street11rs streetMrs
Mrs Charles Ross of Ogden Is visit visitIng visitIng visitIng
Ing friends In this city for a few days daysMARRIAGE dayst daysMARRIAGE daysMARRIAGE
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196918a8c 196 Isaac G Lambert Salt Lake LakeFlora LakeFlora LakeFlora
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But Will Cortelyou CortelyouAtlanta CortelyouAtlanta 1 1Atlanta
Atlanta Constitution ConstitutionTom ConstitutionTom ConstitutionToni
Tom Taggart says hfe h will tell where the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemoerttUc
Democratic campaign contributions all allcame allcame allcame
came from if Cortelyou will tell where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the Republican contributions all came camefrom camoItOm cainefrom
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Kansas City Journal JournalA
A good story is told on John R Thom Thomas ¬
as of Muskogee a well known lawyer law or of ofthat otthat ofthat
that city clt who was formerly judge of the thewestern thew thewestern
western w > stern district One night Thomas found foundhimself foundhiITisclf foundhimself
himself in a shabby little town which whichhaO whichha whichhoC
hoC ha no hotel Desiring D slrlng to stay all night nighthe tllghthe nighthe
he asked aid ed a lounger in front of f a grocery groceryStore groceryloro groceryStore
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tions The Th lounger went Inside of the theatore thelore thetore
lore which whi h was W s fun by an Indian When Wheninformed WheninforhHtd Wheninforhiud
informed that there was a man outside outsidewho outsidehu outldewho
who hu wanted a place 1 > lace to spond the night nightthe nightth nighttiiC
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fore two him for selling l tnt1g liquor tlttu r I was con conViolQd oonvi convitd
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The late General Joseph Wheeler said saida
the bravest bravestmen bravestmen bravestmen
a 5 Southerner was one of
men who ever lived ttv d He Was W 5 Wounded Woundedthree woundedthree woundedthree
three times during the civil war and six sixteen slxt sixteen ¬
teen t ett horses were shot dead d d undor him himYet himYet himYet
Yet it was not t t his military but his hislitarary hisl1tQrary hislIterary
lIterary achievements that he took most mostpride mostpride mostpride
pride in He knew this Was foolish but buthe buth butho
he h could not help hel It He said once oh e to me meapologetically meapologetlcally meapologeticallY I
apologetically that he h was not the only onlymttfl onlyn onlyjune
june n tu whose pride was w misplaced sttllsplncedtlIle misplacedHo
tlIle Ho said that In a certain c ttalh engagement engagementin
in his youth he once heard a private privateswearing privatesWeating privateswearing
swearing and cursing most frightfully frightfullyLieutenant frIghttuUyIeutenant frightfullylAeutenant
Lieutenant Ieutenant Wheeler as he was as thqn thqnwent th thnWont n nWQnt
went up to the private and said sternly sternlyWhere sternlyWhere sternlYU
U Where did you learn to awea aweaThe wear Ilko Ilkothat lIk lIkthRUt
thRUt thRUtuT11 that
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HIS REVENGE REVENGEGeorge REVENGEG REVENGEGeorge
George G Orge H Butler brilliant newspaper newspaperwriter newspaperwriter newspaperwriter
writer for or many years became a n dypso dynsomaniac dypsomaniac dypsomaniac
maniac and a bore For a score of years yearshe yearshe yearsh
he h was sought by all great gr at and small smallbut smallbut smallbut
but when he foil de deep p into the depths he hewas hewas hewas
was avoided One of his best friends was wasMajor wasMajor
1 Major Carson the veteran Washington AVashingtoncorrespondent Washingtoncorrespondent Vashlngtoncorr
correspondent corr < < spondent of the Philadelphia Ledger LedgerBut LedgerBut LedgerBut
But when Major Carson finally flnaJl flatly re refused refused
1 fused to contribute any more money mone for forliquor Corliquor forliquor
liquor the fallen fellow plantedand nour nourished nourIshed flourished ¬
ished a grudge which he determined to togratify togratiCy togratify
gratify and frequently announced that he heWould h huul heaould
Would uul gratify some day At last the oc occasion occasion occasion ¬
casion came and Butler avenged himself himselfupon himselfUpon himselfupon
upon his erstwhile friend friendLawrence frtehdLawrence friendLawrence
Lawrence Barrett was playing for one oneweek oneweek oneweek
week at the old National theatre in Wash Washington WashiflgtOil VashIngton ¬
ington George H Butler wont to the theeditor theeditor tileeditor
editor of a morning paper asked for a atheatre atheatre atheatre
theatre pass and nd said I want to see seeBarrett seeBarrett seeBarrett
Barrett as Richelieu and I want to write writehim writphim writehim
him up and down for a column and a half halfI
I want to compare him with the other otherftichelieus otherRI other1t1heiieus
ftichelieus RI h lieu8 I have seen in this country and andIn andIn andIn
In other lands landsThe lahdThe 1adsThe
The ticket was promptly forthcoming forthcomingand
and Butler was wa promised a handsome handsomespecial hliDdsomcspecial bndzomspecial
special pay for the proposed article for forhe forhe
he was one of the best writers of his day dayor dnyor dayor I
or of any day He stated that he did didnot didrtot didnot
not want any pay at all but Intended Intendeddoing Intendeddoing intendeddoing
doing the work as a matter of pleasure pleasureHe
He attended the play pia and wrote one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most Interesting articles IlrUcl s ever ev r written writtenabout writtenabout writtenabout
about any play or about any actor But Butin ButIn Butin
in the midst of th the story he injected these theselines th theselines se seIIneg
lines which were printed as written writtenMajor writtenMajor writtenMajor
Major Carson of th the Philadelphia PhllAdel hln Led Leder Ledger Ledger
ger er occupied a box and nd when the car carinal cardinal cardinal
dinal inal uttered tho words wordsThe wordsU wordsThe
U The pen Is mightier than the sword swordMajor swordIa10t swordMajor
Major Carson arose in the box leaned far farforward farfofWard farforward
forward placed his right hand on his hisbreast hisbreast lilabreast
breast and bowed his acknowledgments acknowledgmentsSAME acknowledgmentse acknowledgmentsSAME acknowledgmentsSAME
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SAME THING ONLY BETTER BETTERJohn BETTERJohn BETTERJohn
John L Sullivan used to give boxing boxinglessons bo boxinglessons lng lnglessons
lessons said a lawyer Ho was an ex exCellent exellcllt cxCeilent
Cellent teacher but butThe butThe butThe
The lawyer paused pausedBut pausedBut used usedBut
But what a listener Hsten r asked askedBut askedBut askedfiut
But it required requlr d a little fortitude to be bea bea bea
a pupil of John Ixs They say a young youngman youngman youngman
man once went W 1t to the th great fighter and andarranged andarrangpd andarranged
arranged for a course of 9 ten lessons At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the end of the second lesson pretty well wellbattered wellbatt9red wellbattdred
battered up UPt the young man said he heEnough hethought hethought
thought ho nnd had had enough enoughEnough 01105gbU
U Enough said his hi teacher tea her in aston astonishment astonishment astonishment ¬
ishment Why you ou havent learned learnedI
I know the young oung nan interrupted interruptedBut
But Ill tell t l1 you oU how It is Mr Sullivan SullivanTheres Su1lfVanTheres SullivanTheres
Theres a fellow I dislike and I arranged arrangedfor arr nged ngedfat
for this course fee as to lick him In a afight alisht afight
fight But on second se < onU thought thou ht I have de decided decided decided ¬
cided it will be just as well to send him himdown himdown himdown
down here to you OU to take the rest of the thelessons thelessorts thelessons
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A man who was given to grumbling at ateverything ateverything ateverything
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was carefully nursed by his wife who whowas whowas whowas
was very devoted to him In spite of hid hidfaultfinding hi hifmJtfindIIlg hisfaultfIndIng
faultfinding disposition His suffering sufferingcaused sufferingaused sufferingcaused
caused her to burst into tears sometimes sometimesas
as she sat at his bedside bedsideOne bedsideOne bedsideOne
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and asked him how he was getting on onBadly unBadly onBadly
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Qtoror from the diplomatic service which whichwas Whichwas Whichwas
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town just as a funeral procession was wascoming wasooming wascoming
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