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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY AUGUST 23 1909
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A NATIONAL FAIR AT SALT LAKE LAKEM LAKEBlast
M Blast t wise men declared the Alaska AJukIifl
Fa Iifl flcYukon < < Yukon exposition could not nota be bea
a success They could prove It front frontt r
t IP f time it wa first suggested And Andthey Andthey An Anthey d
they did prove it iton on paper paperBut paperBut paperBut
But there has never been a amore more sue succf fiUCf suecr
cf cr f = ful fair in this country People Peopletro
4 fro r ill over the world have made it ita i it f
a 1 t rtnt to go to that exposition oven oveni
i t airy u y never went to another The Thet Th ThF e
F t Ins ir on all railroad are loaded with withl
1 rr > II t going to Seattle or people who whohav whoha w whe
hav ha been there and are going delightaway delighted delightedana delightedaway
ana away > And they are not so much de delighted aegbted d dl e ¬
l lighted + with the getting away as with withthft witht withthe
the t e Eccellent and Instructive time they theyrave theyI
rave 1 I arc had thore thoreThe thoreThe thoseThe
The HeraldRepublican believes there theretan therean therean
an be held a successful national fair fairin fair1n
in Salt Lake There is no city in the thevorld thevorld t tworld
vorld so well advertised advortJ as this There Therei
i no city on the continent which whichmany so somany somany
many people want to visit The Theadvertisement TheDdvertl T Theadvertisement
advertisement Ddvertl ement is already largely ac accomplished acompllshed acrompllshed ¬
complished With a well managed fair fairmob fairRJh fairsuch
mob as that at Seattle has provenbe proven to tobr tobr
br Salt Lake could bring a million millionvsKors millionesitors milllotv t
v vsKors In one season seasonThose saallOnThose seasonThose
Those visitors would have a good goodtime goodtIme g gtime oat
time because they could be shown shownmany showmany n i imany
many things quite new to them Thewould They Theywould y yee i iwould
would help the people ople here baeauae baeauaesome b boceusome ulIe ee I Isome
some of them would do just what hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of men are doing up north norththitY norththitYwould norththewould they theyvould y
would Invest money In city or In eta etaNo state stateNo stateNo u
No man can calculate the volume of ofdollars ofdollars o odollars t
dollars that have been added to the thepermanent thePermanent t tpermanent
permanent wealth of the state of Wash Washington Washl1gton Washiugton ¬
ington because of the fair at Seattle SeattleWhat Se SeattleWhat ttle ttleWhat
What has been done < < one there can be bebetter bebetter b bbetter e
better done here It needs but the thevnlted tileLnfted th thunited e I
united cooperation of our people Therwill There Therewill Therewm e
will never be a better time than now nowto nowto nowto
to begin The government will doubt doubtless doubtpss doubtless ¬
less pss he hepo p Statesmen from the west westf westfind
f find > nd the fair is a good thing for their theirregion theirrftion theirregion
region Guardians of the treasury find findIt fin finit d
It is a safe thing for the nation to help helpnanoe helpnanc helpinane
inane And the city ett where a big fair fairis tallIs
is held finds it a very great benefit In Inincreased InInreased 1 1increased n
increased population and multiplied multipliedcapital multipliedoJ
capital capitalFive c oJ pitaI pitaIFIVl pitalFive
Five men could start a national fair fairix fairSalt fai faii r
ix i v Salt Lake They could start It to today today today ¬
day And it would be a sure sureBUT weeBUT s so sv
o
BUT IT DOES MAKE MAKEA
v
A DIFFERENCE DIFFERENCEIn
In a recent issue of the Eastern Uh1lvn Utah Utahnotate Utahj h
1lvn notate j ate + Editor Crockett spoKe of the theu tilemldlng to
t u Iding wlding or a new line of railroad to toomr tomE t tome o
omr mE coal mines in the neighborhood neighborhoodrt
rt r + Price and added Who cares how howthe howtl ho hothe p
the tl ttl title to a few hundred or a J few fewthousand fewtlouiand fe fethousand w
thousand acres of ooal land was ac acquired aeiulrpd acruin ¬
ruin quired d Of course Mr Ir Crockett does doesare doetiare d darc pes
are a great deal how title to any anys land landrs
rs ° S acquired He would be one of th thIat the thela thela e
Iat la t men to defend taking it wrong Wmft
fllyBut fllIy fllIyBut ly lyBut
But the point is that he wants the theoal theIal theal
al < oal land to b be developed And so doe doevery dotSVi
v very Vi > ry one else Coal when digged from fromthe tromthp fromthe
the ground IB not annihilated It is isIjrned Is11rnedand ist
t Ijrned 11rnedand and In the burning something somethinguseful SmethlngUSEful somethinguseful
useful to mankind is done It may be beused beused beused
used as fuel for railroad trains It maybo may maybe maybe
be used in factories It may be em emrloyed emIloytd emrloyed
rloyed In warming some mans home homeIn
f In cooking the food for labor Wher Wherc her here
c ver and however it is used ed the humanrace human humanace
ace 1a < e in some part is served in the tQeusIng theusing theusing
using usingnd usingAnd
And nd to that extent Mr Crockett but butadvances butadvances butadvances
advances the view vIo of all men The coal coaland coaland easiland
and should be not only In poaeeseton poaeesetonbat poaee l n nb
bat b t It fhould be worked Its treasure treasurerhouli trea treasureshould ure urerhoul1
should be added to the sum nrt total tQt l of ofmankinds ofY1Iankfnds oftankinds
mankinds wealth That can never bethe be bethe beU1P
the case when tho land remains unused unusedthe unUlledihe unusedthe
the resources undeveloped undevelopedTo
To let it lie r roIu refusing of using 1ng title to anyonewill anyone anyonewill anyonewill
will not serve the interest of tho world worldafter worldafter worldafter
after an awhile h lie any better than it will now nowIts nowIts nowIts
Its using will be helpful whenever therlate thedate the thelate
late So that of course it looks good goodI goodto
to the th people of Carbon county to s sa sa she shea
a new railroad built to the new coal coalands cottlland curllandp
I land And It would be a good thing thingfor thingfr thingver
for Utah If every coal co l mine In the state statewere statenere statewere
were being worked And every Iron Ironmine ironmine ironmine
mine and ant every piece of land and andmountain and1ountall1 andmountalu
mountain which has silver or copper copperor
or r anything else of value to man And Andf AndtJp Andtie
tie f same is true of the streams streamsThey streamlThpy streamsThey
They dont lo < any an good lying there thereidleness thp1eI thereidleness
> idleness The sooner they thl are dragged draggedmm draggedfrm draggedfrom
from mm their long rest and made to serve servethe servetlte servethe
the needs of the race the better for the theTare tluT therare
rareInd Tare TareVnd T < JE
Vnd nd it coesn tOE toesnt nt t make a whit hlt of difference dif difference dlferEnee ¬
ference erEnee to the coal coalI coalTHE HI HITHE
THE NEW EDUCATION EDUCATIONIn EDU ATION ATIONIn
I
In the olden days daysnot not the lb better days daysto
to t get an education ipeant to attain attaina
a mastery of Greek and Latin to learnhow learn learnhow learnhow
how to puzzle out problems in highermathematicsproblems higher highermathematics hl her hermathematicsproblems
mathematics mathematicsproblems problems which no busyman busy busyman busyman
man in the world ever used usedEducation usdEducation u uEducation
Education now means m an to toge get some something somoth something
thing th ng which can be used u d in the actual actualwork aetuilworJ actualwork
work < of the world William B Curtis CurtisIs
Is aveling over the wes and dnl a recentletter rocent rocentletter rocentlettlr
letter to the Chicago Chi ago RecordHerald RecordHeraldtells
tells of his visit to Wyoming There Thereat
at Larmnie he finds a little university universitywhich unlversiwhlc universitywhkb
which he h thinks Is doing a great work workbecause workbecause workbecause
because it is giving gh ing the students prey pre preclsely preIsely
y clsely what whatthy thy need n d in their busi business bU81Iess busfneas ¬
ness Here la a paragraph from the theletter thefetfer thelei
letter letterThe fetferThe lei + tei teiThe
The women students are mostly in thenormal the thenormal thenormal
normal department preparing to be beschool besCbool beschool
school teachers The majority of thmen th thmen the themen <
men are In the agricultural gr u1tural and en enJ enIneerfn englneering
J glneerlns Ineerfn departments Both are emi em
I phagizing pha izlnc irrigation engineering as
that Is flCrfcMn aer teIn to tl b bR an important Importantpro pro p ¬
Cession in thi section of the c untry mntryTheir untryTheir
Their region T > gfon needs nl ds Irrigation morethan niorethan niore niorethan
than it needs an answer tn tl the Sphinx SphinxIt phlnxIt
It will be worth more to Wyoming Wyomingand WyomingandthrJugh Wyomingandthrough and andthrough
through tho those e people to all the worldfor worldtor world worldfor
for its young men men to be good engineersthan engineers engineersthan engIneersthan
than to conceive a new nebular hypo hypothesis hypothe hypothesis ¬
thesis the l They would be very proud of ofbroadly ofhro ofbroadly
broadly hro ly and thoroughly educated men menBut menBut menBut
But for some hundreds of years Wyoming Wyom Wyoming WyomIng ¬
ing will be better for men and womenwho women womenwho womenwho
who can meet the demands of actual actuallife actulLlliCe actuallife
life than for any other sort sortAnd sortAnd
And thru Is true of Utah as well eL Ourpeople Our Ourpeople lttrpeople
people ople in every part of the state are areproud areproud areproud
proud of the work of the Agricultural AgrieultarNcollege Agriculturalcollege AgricUlturalcollege
college They knew It Is helping to toreclaim tJreclaim toreclaim
reclaim the desert to bridge the thestreams theatream thestreams
streams to conserve con rve the forces of na nature nature natwa ¬
ture and turn them into strength and andbeauty andbeauty I
beauty for the sons of men Our people peoplearc peopleare
are proud of the State university be bees b bCSUM because ¬
es cause use the main effort there is directedalong directed directedalong directedalone
along practical liaise What is best bestworth bestworth
worth while in other courses is cared caredfor caredforsplendidb
forsplendidb for splendidly But the young men menare menare
are more devoted to work that will willmake wlllmake willmake
make their wage value higher than ta tathe 18the tothe
the politer studies studiesWhen studiesWhen studiesWhen
When all the tI desert d rt has been re reclaimed reclaimed ¬
claimed when hen all the streams havebeen have havebeen aYe aYebeoen
been harnessed harne Hd so that not an impulse impulseof
of their strength nor a suggestion of oltheir oftheir oftheir
their moisture Is wasted when the themountains themountains themountains
mountains shall have completed their theirfinal tholrfinal theirfinal
final contribution to the thecoflers coffers of man manand manand
and the earth has learned to yield the themaximum themadmum themaximum
maximum of its fruits and flowers and andgrain andIlfnthen andgrainthen
grain Ilfnthen then the fancy studies of thecloister thecloister the thecloister
cloister age may be encouraged again againBut againBut againBut
But for the present prelltntand and for some samehundreds somehundreds 80mhundreds
hundreds of years to come comepract1ca1 comepract1ca1training comepracticaltraining practical practicaltraining
training wfll be b best lfestter far the th student studentand Itudiintand atttdiintand
and for everyone else elseHIGH eJMHIGH
HIGH SCHOOL FRATERNITIES FRATERNITIESShall
Shall the schoolboy belong bekJ to a ire ireterntty fraternity traternlty ¬
ternity ternityShall ternltyShall
Shall the schoolgirl belong to a asorority aIOrorlty
sorority sororityThese IOrorltyTheM sororityThese
These questions are being befn discussed
in many cities eU just now nowwh when the be beginning beginning ¬
ginning of the school year draws close claQoIn closeIn clOl clOlIn
In Salt Lake public schools including includingthe
the high school the position of the theauthorities theautboliUea theauthorities
authorities is very clear The answer answerto answerto
to both questions is s a decided lfecldednagatlye lfecldednagatlyeIt negative
It is found better for the pupil pupUbttt better betterfor
for the success of his school work wOrktoforbid wOrkto to toforbid
forbid the presence pre ence of fraternities In thefield the thefield thefield
field fieldAn fieldAn fieldAn
An eastern paper makes thi OM eminent OMment ¬
meat on the subject subjectEvery
Every wellwisher of Chicago Chle J schof3 schof3will SCh3will schorawill
will heartily support the school boat 4
in its war on fraternities and sororities
The idea of young girls and boys set setting setUng setting ¬
ting up sociar distinctions In publffe publffeschools publlschools publieschools
schools paid for by the taxpayers is istommyrot t ttommyrot totommyrot
tommyrot tommyrotFond tommyrotFond tommyrotFond
Fond mammas who desire their Ger Gertrudes ¬
trudes and Percivals P to ranK in a cla class B
by bythemaelves themselves should send them to toprivate toprivate toprivate
private schools where they can be as assnobby aasnobby
snobby as they please Practical dad ¬
dies whose children display a tendency
to passwords signs and grips and con consider COnelder eonelder ¬
elder themselves better than their class classmates cl clmatu clae5mates ¬
mates will do well to use the shingle
High schools are public property and
the sooner this fraternity nonsense is isabolished isaboU Isaboisited
aboU abolished lHId the better betterThere betterThere betterThere
There will be much trouble in som somcities MmtdUeL sotnli sotnlicities
cities There will be b no trouble tro8blebe tro8blebeBut her herBut herBut
But moat parents will m Ay y Amen tie tiethe t ttbe
the very plain expression expre elon of sentiment sentimentquoted entlmentqllOted
quoted quotedTAR qllOtedTAR quotedTAR
TAR IN THE JOINTS JOINTSIt
It is perfectly clear now why t tboard tboats the theboard
board of works wanted Pat Moran to toleave toV
leave V expansion Joints between tVeen tbepwemenl t the thepavement
pavement and the curb The board boardputs UooaodpubJ + d
puts tar in the spaces and the small smallboys amtdlboys
boys dig out the tar and have fun funwith tunwlth
with it
Which makes the > board > olld withthe with withthe WIUIthe
the boys Of course when a little follow fol follow follow ¬
low goes home with tar In his hair hairwhere hallwhere hairwhere
where he has been adorned in the theprocess theproce theprocess
process proce of becoming an Indian and be being befng betag ¬
tag larlated and shot by his Buffalo BuffaloBill BulalBill BurbleBill
Bill companions his mother does not nottake nottake nottake
take the boy view lew of expansion joints jointsShe JointsShe jointsShe
She may enter measurably into the thejoys theJO thejoys
joys JO and sorrows of her b r offspring But Butsite Butshe Butshe
she doesnt care to have him supplied suppliedwith suppliedwith suppliedwith
with tar by the board of works And AndIf Andif
If she could have her er way in the mat matter ma mater matter ¬
ter she would poke tho board In theexpanslon the theexpansion tileexpansion
expansion joints and keep them theretill there theretill theretm
till all the tar had vanishedAlso vanished vanishedAlso vani hed hedAIIIO
Also a boy never takes just the viewof view viewof viewof
of his mother To him the board of ofworks otworks ofworks
works is a philanthropist a GentlemanBountiful Gentleman GentlemanBountiful GentlemanBOUllUful
Bountiful And the little fellows are arehunting arehunting arehunting
hunting all over town wlthsharp sticks slicksfor sticksfor sUcksor
for or some expansion joint not yet dis discovered discovered illscovered ¬
covered by other urchins And whenthey when whenthey whenthey
they succeed in makIng a find they theychew theyehew theychow
chew what they can and save Rl vo the rest teatto restto restto
to have fun when 11ft school opens opensDANGER ope11llDANGER opensDANGER
DANGER IN THE DANGER DANGERMARK DANGERMARJ DANGERMARK
MARKDoubtless MARK MARKDoubtless MARJDoubtless <
Doubtless very many readers of The TheHerald TheHeraldRepubllean TheHeraldRepublican
Herald HeraldRepubllean Republican are reading the theChambers theCiNunbtolll theChambers
Chambers serial story entitled The TileDangM TheDanger TheDanger
Danger Mark now running in theSaturday the theSaturday theSaturday
Saturday Evening Post It is I a very veryimpressive veryimpreeelvc veryimpressive
impressive story Evidently it is writ written written written ¬
ten by one who knows his subject u e t very verythoroughly verythoroughly ory orythoroughly
thoroughly It deals with the lives oftime of ofthe ottl1e
the very rich rl h and presents them andtheir and andtheir andtheir
their affairs in a light not at all complimentary com complimentary complimentary ¬
plimentary Above all it shows the thesystem U1evstem thesystem
system > > of American aristocracy a very verybad verybftd verybed
bad one for the young man and youngwoman young youngwoman youngwoman
woman woman If Sir Chambers is am true trueIn trueIn trueIn
In his facts as 8 he is in his art artand artandbe and andhe
he seems to be beIt it were easier for acamel a acamel acamel
camel to pass through the eye or aneedle a aneedle nneedle
needle than for a good girl to be found foundpast fOl foundpast d dpast
past the age of twenty in the upper uppercircle upperclrcl uppercircle
circle of Atlantic seaboard board society societySo
So that some several gentlemen havethought have havethought havethought
thought they the saw themselves and their theirfamilies tholrfamlJles theirfamlUes
families pictured in the rather graphic graphicsentences graphlsentences graphicsentences
sentences of Mr Chambers And they theypropose tbeyproP05 theypropose
propose to enjoin the Post from print printing printIng printing ¬
ing any more installments of tho story storyand atoryand storyand
and also hold publisher and author re responsible reapoI reaponeible ¬
sponsible apoI lble in damages for libel libelAnd JIbeAnd libelAnd
And that appears to be the real dan danger dangar dangor ¬
gar mark No man of Sir Ir Chambers Chambersstanding Chambersstanding Chambersstanding
standing would paint close to livingehaiaotr living livingcharacters I IehmcteJ8
characters > 3 unless unl he had the facts with withwhich withwhIch withwhich
which to defend himself Ana An no paper paperof naperQJ
of the standing and financial flnanolnlresponsl flnanolnlresponslblllty responslbility responsi responsibility ¬
bility of the Post would print libelin libel libelIn 1IM1In
In the trial of any libel case the faots faotswill
will certainly tert inly be pleaded by the author
the publisher And it would be I IJ If
J
f
o
a very sad day for the aristocracy of ofthe orthe o othe t
the far fa east to be compelled to establish establishincidents CltabllshIncidents establishncidents
incidents I in the story by incidents Iricld nta in inhigh Inhigh Inhigh
high life lifeLet lifeLet lifeLet
Let the better course be chosen Take Taketile TakeUte Taktine e
tile story as II a rebuke and a corrective correctiveQuit correctlvcQuit correctiveQuit
Quit the things which are clearly clearlyreprehensible clearlyreprooet18lble clearlyreprehensible
reprehensible Make the rich young youngman you youman oun ounman
man go to work and let the rich young youngwoman youngwoman youn younwoman g
woman do something helpful for the theworld theworld th thworld e
world Give a human interest to both bothof bothof
of them th 1 and they will of their own ownaccord ownaccord ow owaccord n
accord cut out the vicious system of ofwhich otwhich o owhich f
which the story stot in effect complains complainsIf
If society IE what Mt Chambers < says saysIt saysIt
It IB isand aad d the th world believes bell es It to 1e60 1e60clety eo eoclety o oclety
clety and not societys photographer photographerneeds
needs to be arrested arrestedWhenever arrestedWh arrestedI arrestedWhenever
I
Whenever Wh neer the railroad companbuilds company companybuilds companybuilds y
builds a line from Marysvale to the theGrand thoGrand th thGrand e
Grand Canyon a suspension aUllp nalon bridge will willbe willbe willbe
be built across the Colorado river and andthe andtbe an anthe d
the north and the south nlll be linked linkedtogether lhlketltogether linkstogether t
together It will open up tl about the last lastgood ladgood utgood t
good land in the Union reveal th thmineral the themineral tbemlnera e
mineral possibilities to capital and andbring andbring an anbring d
bring a flood of tourists Into Utah who whogo whogo whgo o
go around the state now because they theycan the thecan theythe
can best see the Grand Canyon from the thesouth Ulesouth tl tlsouth
south southTliat southThat southThat
<
That is rather an impressive state statement statement statemont ¬
ment of the Salt Lake man mentioned mentionedin
in the Sunday HeraldRepublican l1 H Hsold He Hesold Hesold
sold local city eI y real estate to an eastern easternInvestor easterntnve easte easteinvestor
tnve Investor lor and later bought It back fo fodouble for fordouble fordaub r
double what he received in the sale saleAnd saleAnd saleAnd
And that Is what a number of other otherSalt otherSalt otherSalt
Salt Lake men men have done The moreof moral moralof l
of the story is Buy Salt Lake real realestate realestate r restate
estate yourself yourselfIt
r
It is pretty clear cl that the city en engineer enslneor engineor ¬
gineer ha has failed ralledlo to solve aol e the floodwater flood floodwater floodwater
water problem Every rain brings down downthe downthe dowthe n
the rocks and earth from the t hills till tillthe UI1the t1lThe t
the paved streets are covered T Toast The Thecoat TheeofIt
coat of cleaning the streets is consider considerable consIderable considerable ¬
able Is there no way y of remedying remedyingthe remedy l lthe ng
the evil Or is it going p g on as long longwater as aswater aswater
water runs down hill hilts hiltPar hillFar hillBtr
s
Far eastern and far western scientific scientificgentlemen scIentificgentlemen sclentifigentlemen c
gentlemen agree that intermarriage o owhites of ofwhites orwhites f
whites and Indians would produce producevery a avery avery
very fine race of men and women Pos Possibly Possibly Passibly ¬
sibly But what is the matter with withthe withthe willrace
the thebeen race of men and women that has hasbeen liasbeen s
been produced by white folks marrying marryingeach marrylneach marryineach g
each other otherand and leaving the Indians Indiansalone India Indiaalone n naloqe im
alone aloneAnd aloqeAnd aloneAnd
And yet we hope ho to see the day when whenUtah wkonUtah
whenI
Utah will not be a Methodist Bpisoopamission Episcopal BplsooJMloImllllllon Episcopalmission I
mission It can be and It ought to toindependentand be beindependent beIndependentnd
Independentnd independent ftnd even effective in inhelping inhelping iihelping i
helping some one elseIf else elseIf e eIt
If the suggestion of Mr Weber WeberThe in inThe inThe n
The Sunday HeraldRepublican w wfollowed were werefollowed werefollowed
followed Utah Utahw would 1U1d in ten years ye JII be bethe b bthe bthe e
the best fishing and hunting ground in inthe inthe i ithe n
the United StatesWith States StatesWith StalesWith
With a doctor at the head of the in industrial industrial industrial ¬
dustrial school and a lawyer on the thebeach Ulebench thebench e
bench of the Juvenile court both the therights thehta th thrights e
rights hta and the wrongs of C wayward boys boysand boY1and bo boand Ys
and girls will be taken care of ofo ofBut ofBut
4 4But o
But really there should not no be any anyjunket an anjltoketa anjunkets y
junket by the next legislature leg tl Keep Keepthinking Keephln1d ae aethinking p
thinking hln1d of that while t tmonths ti td t ltNrnd ltNrndgtontha UJi UJi1JIOftths
months go by byThe byThe it itJL
JL JLThe
The better roads built uptb uptbYons tll upUia the oats p pyons 1 i
yons yon the less repairs will JujVtJo J iiV4 tt ttpsade twade M Mpiade
wade after the floods floodsDo floodsDo r
Do you you o suppose the Intcaptln4 Intcaptln4sewer Iftl Iftlflewer lnlEc lnlEcsewer eptttt
sewer could be traded for the th wooAen wooAenstave wooden oo ootave
stave pipe
LORD BER t BERESIjORDsWIT BERESIjORDsWITThe BERESFORDSWIT BERESFORDSWITrntsl SFOR WIT WITritts r rLORD
< rntsl rntslThe rittsThe
The Emerald isle is proud proud Of r Charlie CharlieBeresfonl CbarUeBere8fonl ChadBereafod b
Beresfonl and Charlie is I proud oC 0 0uative MB MBnative h hnative
native land and countrymen country Irishmen Irishmenmar lrl nDen nDenJnayhave
mar Jnayhave have their faults he says sa Vbut ut give giveme gtteme
me an Irishman Iriahn µ ntbe the best fellow fellowwas that eve evewas eYeCouJd
was Could anybddy ten more starkthan stories storiesthan tOfiethan °
than the Irish IrishOne IrishOne
One of the th best stories he everwas ever heard heardwas beardwas
was about a fellow who was very veryof fond fondof fGndof fondfail
of shooting He Mid The first bird birdI b bI fail failtier
I ever shot was a squirrel and tn the tint finttime tinttime
time I hit him I land nriMed him altogether altogetherand tier tierm
and ad the next time I hit t him I t hit tI him himIn himIn m
In the e saitae c me place placea and andafter after that I took tooka k
a stone and dropped him from the tree treeand treeand treeand
and lie fell Into toe water and was wa shot shotand shotan > > botand
and an that at was the first bird T ever shot shotAnd abetAnd lot lotAnd
And Lord Charlie Is never tired of qu Quot Quoting quottn of ofin ¬
ing tn the story stOI of the Irish member of the theHouse th thHo thHouse a
House Ho House M of Commons who compared a cer certain certain revtarn ¬
tain wbt whisky ky to a torchlight procession processiontrickling proce proceeslotrickling ion iontrlckJing
trickling down his throatTHE throat throatTHE UtroatTH
THE TH E POETS RETORT RETORTChristian RETORTChristian RETORTtChrlattan
Christian Register RegisterJoaquin later laterJoaquin
Joaquin Miller Has as once overtaken o rtaken bII ba b ba y
a countryman who gave him a long longride longride lon lonride R
ride Tired at length of conversation conversationthe CODftr atlOn atlOnthe
the poet took a novel from his pocketWhat pocket pocketWhat pocketWhat
What are you reading said the coun countrjman countrymlU1 countryman
trjman trjmanA
A novel of Bret Hartea said Sir Mil Miller 11111ler ¬
ler lerWell
Well now I don t s sae e how an immortal immortalbeing Immortalbelnr immortabeing
being wants to be wasting hie time with withsuch withsocii willstuff
such tuff stuffAre tuffAre tuffAre
Are you quiet sure raid the poetthat poetthat poet poetthat
that I am an immortal being b4 > lng
Of course you > on ouIt areI are areIf
If I that Is s the case responded duller dullerI l1I r rI
I dont see e why whr I need be so very eco economical lCOnomteal econumical ¬
nomical of my time timeMODERN t tmeMODERN m mMODERN
MODERN METHODS METHODSDid METHODSIHd
Did you keep the the suspected one under underctooe undprclose undedoes r
close surveillance asked the chief
of de detective detectlVM detectivee ¬
tective tectlVMYfS tectiveelea tectiveYes
Yes replied the faithful sleuth sleuthfor eee aeefor
for yourself yourselfAnd ountelfAnd
And a moment later UK movements of ofthe orthe o othe
the suspected one were reproduced by bymoving a amoving alDOvlng e
moving picture machine machineA
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In one of the Connecticut t counties there thereIs
Is an epidemic eJld mlc of ghosts Spooks elbow elboweach elboweah echo echoeach
each other phantoms collide collideSo oUldeSo
So bold as well as numerous have these thesespirits thtStIrlta ther therspirits
spirits Irlta become that a M special > edal policemaiAADWAYS policeman policemanRADWAYS policemanR
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DIARRHOEA DIARRHOEAA
A half teaspoonful in water will In a
1 few minutes cure Cramps Spasms Sour r
Heartburn Sick Headache
Coils c and ana all Internal pains pai s
mother lt10 her should have a heal b lUC po lr lrt the t
to be ready when needed neee L Sold 1tl by b
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h ha8 i8 ben en suggested 6u8g > sted for the section where whorethe wherethe wherethe
the ghost COY < resate rregateThe resateThe r gate gateThe
The specta K 4 a special policeman policemanclubbing policemanclubbing pollctmanthtbblng
clubbing a into aubtnls eubmiMfea subm lldOIJ bq would wouldmake wouldmake ould ouldmake
make a am1rn am1rnBut mn m1m < i in inBut lv1o lv1oBut <
But thr i i r nll m > n U t I lt i t s scu5O n ef f humor humorseems humor8eeJnS humorseems
seems tr t + bo J + vfi thiiy f1 IH ly r dPC rlfcient roienr roienrPRACTICAL ent entPRACTICAL
PRACTICAL SUPERSTITION SUPERSTITIONAre
Are you OU superstitiousIn superstitious
In a practical way
How to that thatrI
I never trilk tV + Ik under a ladder unless I Ife IfeelstJr
feel fe feelstJr l mm > it wont < ont It fall on me me m and I al always alwaye always ¬
ways exp tXJlt t had t > ad lackverses lu luck k when pursued by bymad a amad amad
mad bull across a lot in which there are arejust arejUllt
just thirteen t acres acresTHE 8 crtsTHE
THE LITTLE FELLOWS FELLOWSBaltimore FELLOWSBaltimore FELLOWSBaltimore
Baltimore SunOoodby Sun SunGoodrby SUnGoodby
Goodrby to the little fellows they are aregoing areover aregoing
going going over the bill
White we sit here In the the8Ilence silence of theheartbeat the theheartbeat theheertbeat
heartbeat low and atMI tHJ
Ooodby to the little fellows their rosy
lips and all aUThey
They will 111 grow up before we e know andaway and andaway anda
away a to the wide world WOIIId call
Goodby Good hydro hydrothe to the little fellowe fello who were werechildren weresong Werecl
children cl now hydroo Jdren yesterday 3
And now to t o the th song of the mighty
throng march over the bins and andGeodby andawaY and
awaY awaYGoodby
Geodby Geod by to the little fellows and a bail bailand balland
and a farewell sweet sw et
White Tdlethey they leave us here In the cottage
dear by the side of the little street
Or they leave us there in the cities where
the magic moments buro
And thry climb to the golden olden summits to
fight and take their turn
Goodby y to the little fellows oh lads of
the love we keep
For the little child of a memory wild in
the dreams of an olden sleep sleepGoodby sleepGoodby sleepGoodby
Goodby to the little fellows They have
taken them out of the Then
And cut their curls and dressed d them up
and made them wonderful men I
But we nee ee them still in our fancy and
they will not know at all
How back to us through the shadows 8 the
lips of their old love call j
And the curls on their heads keep dancing
and they come to our arms armst at night I
And we drift with them to the th blessed
land of the dreams of tie child
delight delighty deUbtCoocIby delightgoodby
CoocIby y to the little tit tittle tle fellows feliowa they are aregoing aren aregoing
going n < < away p to school
They are 8 climbing out of the vales of
home tome to the hale where the chief ¬
tains rule ruleAJH1 ruleAmid
And the captains grave command them
and the musters bid them rise
And they are the morning makers on the
towers that touch the skies
Oar different little fellows whose shad ¬
ows OW Still are ours
Way back with us in the golden days of
the childhood dream of flowers flowersGoodby flowersGoodby
Goodby to the little fellows they are
bedgoing going goln out ou t to life j
Gods grace Tace to them God save them
please God guard uard them in their
strife strifeGoodby strifeGoodby
Goodby to t > the little fellows feJiOWSOlI oil must I
they must they go 101
So S like the old hearts left at home to
miss and miss them so i
Goodby to the little fellows with laugh ¬
ing lips they nee
And here we are in the silence dear just +
you and God and me meA meA
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While trying an old woman on a charge chargeof
of stealing faggots a judge who had acquhed ac acquired acquired ¬ I
quired the habit of thinking aloud uncon unconsciously uncon1lCi0Wlly unconaciously ¬
sciously exclaimed Why one faggot fa got Is laas
as 8 like another faggot as one egg to like likeanother likeanother tikeanother
another egg
The counsel coun el defending the case herd I
the observation and repeated it to the
jury j whereupon the judge cried I
Uftop Stop It Is an Intervention of provi ¬
dence This was the very thought that thatpassed I Ilallkd
passed through my mind Gentlemen ad ¬
dressing the th jury acquit th ilia prisoner pnsonorMake
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Make this comparison comparisonTake comparisonT
Take T e your favorite desert de ert reaps red ere re requiring req ¬ I
quiring q irlng B the use of Vanilla Use UseBURNETTS UseBURNETTS UseBURNETTS
BURNETTS BURNETTSVANILLA BURNETTSVAN BURNETTSVAN
VANILLA VANILLAinstead VAN ILLA ILLAil1lleacJ IL LA
instead of the ordinary kind you have havegrowiyaccustomed havegroWI7aCCustomed S Sgrowttacctatamed
growiyaccustomed to tuiag tnisgthrough through habit habitThen tacitThen
Then 1 en notice the wonderful difference differenceIB
IB i is the flavor of your dessert when it is isfinithed isfinie isfinished
finished finithedJust finie finishedJust ed edJust
Just Just one trial tria like this will con conviece eonn
Wee n ce you of the remarkable superiority au iorily
both in roa rich strength mc and delicate flavor flavorofBurnetts flan clef clefBurnetts of ofBurnetts
Burnetts Vanilla VanillaYou
You Y OIJ will always al < W3Js insist on getting it hou itwhe
woes you ou try it once onceDont onceL
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Dont Swallow Drugs to Cure CureCatarrh CureCatarrh
Catarrh CatarrhHyomel
Hyomel pronounced Highome is agerm a agerm agerm
germ killing vapor of air which when
breathed either through the mouth or ornoee ornoae ornone
none will kill catarrh germs and sooth soothand aoothand Boothand
and heal the inflamed and mutilatedmembrane mutilated mutilatedmembrane muUlateclmembrane
membrane membraneHyomel membraneHyom membraneHyomei
Hyomel i is such a powerful germ de destroyer destroer ¬
stroyer s that it penetrates every fold and andcrevice andcrevice
crevice of the mucous membrane of the thenose thenO thenose
nose nO e and throat And it kills the ca ¬
tarrh germs because it gets where those
health destroyers are areHyomei areHyomel areHyomei
Hyomei is pleasant to use it Is made maderom
from f rom concentrated C extract of pine and andeucalyptus ancleucalyptus andeucalyptus
eucalyptus taken from trees in inlandAustralia Inland InlandAustralia
Australia where catarrh was never
known knownBreathe knownBreathe knownBreathe
Breathe in this pleasant healing yet yetgerm yetpnn yetgerm
germ killing air youll like to use Hy Hyomei Hyomes ¬
omei through a small hard rubber in ¬
haler that comes with each outfit and andrelief andrelief I
relief will come quickly quicklyHyomel quicklyHyomei
Hyomel is I guaranteed by F I ISekramm rSchramm
Schramm to cure catarrh or money
back it gives moat wonderful relief tu tuconsumptive tvconsumpUveti toconsumptives
consumptive A complete outfit which whichincludes whichIncludes whichlndudes
includes an Inhaler a bottle of Hyomel lIyomfind Hyomeidad
And nd simple instructions fqr ft g use costs
100 and extra bottles if afterward afterwardneeded afterwardneeded t
needed costs 60 cents Leading drug druggists druggists drugslate ¬
gists everywhere > sell Hyomel HyomelCures HyomflMI
MI MFONA MFONAcures OaNA OaNACUres
Cures CuresIt IndiQestfon IndiQestfonIt
It relieves stomach misery sour stom stohnact stomach stamach ¬
ach belching and cures all stomach dis disease disease sitsease ¬
ease or money bark Large LarIebox box of tablots tab tablots r rleta
lots 50 cents Druggists in all allPraifs towns
Praifs PraifsSoda ra s sountaIn r ilt i
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We have an entrance from
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lobby or 0 the building building1We I
We serve Ice Cream Sherbets I
Soda Water Hot Drinks and
Light Lunches LunchesAutomobile LunchesAutomobile i iAutomo1
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the entrance entranceWe entranceWe entranceWe
We sell Candles and Cigars
A select variety of beautiful
Cut Flowers may be had at our ourplace ourplace ourplace
place of business businessWhen buelnessWhen
When In n this vicinity visit this
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the past season 42 to 54 inches long longII long1Y
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