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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY AUG 251909 25 1909
THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEi LAKEThe
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The InterMountain Inter Mountaln Republican RepublicanEst
Est Feb 12 1904 1904The 1906The 1904The
The Salt Lake Herald HeraldBat
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ISAAC RUSSELL AND HIS TALENT TALENTIn
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In the current number of one of th thpopular the thepopular thepopular
popular magnzlnes magJzlneslis its popularity depending de depending depending ¬
pending rathor more on cheapness than thanon
on value of contributions our old oldfriend oldfriend oldfriend
friend Isaac Russell has an article about aboutrtah aboutltab aboutPtah
rtah and how Harriman and the Mor Mormon Mormen Mormon ¬
mon church nave the state in their theirunitese theirlfrdleg theirn
n unitese = and destroying grip gripnig gripIlg gripring
ring nig paswng as we say In MarysvHl MarysvHlMr llary val
Mr 11 nusmil8 article ar cle is not very good geodiu goodJilrature
iu Jilrature ittture It Wi II of a quality which wh news newsparin newsafllt newspaper
paper boys h here re in Salt Lake train traintin trainthmselv traintbt
tin thmselv mselvea out of as feet as they can cantid canAnd canAnd
And tid this IB I said th the more more cheerfully cheerfullybecause cheerfullyblause cheerfullybecause
because 111 MrRussell Russell has done some ex exclient exeUnt exw
w client work in the past and > ta s not yet yetuld yetId yetold
old Id enough to have lost the art of it itBut ItBut itBut
But as to the matter matterthe the manner mannerhaving mannerhavlng mannerhaving
having been disposed dl poled of ofJet let us ay y that thatI thattah thatPtah
I Ptah tah Is getting along admirably and andneither andneither andneither
neither the Mormon church nor MrHarriman Mr MrHarriman 1IrHarriman
Harriman seems to have the slightest slightestdesire slightestdlslre slightestdesire
desire to wipe the th state off ot the map mapnor mapnor mapnor
nor return it to the desert condition in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which they and their like found it itt Itltah ItTtah
t ltah tah of course is grateful for the thec theul1gelwloldlng
c utlgeMvialding of any friend of the thetate theItatl thestate
tate And yet et Utah would get along alongquite alongquite alongquite
quite as well eU and possibly a little bet better bettrr better ¬
ter If its friends would quit holding holdingup
up the state to the rest of the states statesas
as a victim It isnt a victim at all allVnd allAnd allAnd
And it doesnt need the sympathy or oruocor orucor oruccor
uocor of any man from here to Mon Montauk Montauk Mentank
tauk Point PointSo
So far from being an object of charity charityUtah charityrtah charityPtah
Utah stands ready to sell good land for forn
n little money to any anyone one who wJ o has he the thecourage theourage thecourage
courage common eGmmon to Americans and as asurp a8Iur asp
p cure Iur him that he can make a home homehere homehf homehere
here hf > re that will be worth having He anbe can canbe canbf
be assured that if he has ability to tomake tomake tomake
make a living otherwhere he can make makea
a fortune here in Utah And he can canbe canbt canbe
be free and Independent without the thevhip thewhip thewhip
whip of the church or the grip of the thei thelrporations theerrporations
i orporations to molest him or make him himaft himafraid himafraid
aft afraid afraidThere afraidThere aid aidThere
There is more that might be aid Id on ontnis onthis onthis
this subject But the main thing isthis la lathic J Jthj
this Utah doesnt need apology And Andif
if fie gifted Mr Russell Ru 1I would direct directhis directhis directhis
his unquestioned unqueeti ned talent to the writing writingf
f a long article about the state and andtliTi andtll andtl
tl tll tliTi rn < n burn his copy lie would be ren renthe renjEring rebdering
jEring the only onl service for which he can canasked eanbr canhe
br asked withal withalGREATER withalGREATER withalGREATER
GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN MANAMiii MANh11 MANWVh
AMiii WVh h11 n Miss Louise COM risked her heritf berIi herin
Ii itf in service to the sick and the afTer suiterinp Mlfferhi afTertrnF
inp hi g he pave the best possible poI ible ttlits ttlitsiration 11I 11Ifrat ttlustrationgf
trationgf iration frat ion 01 ql the truth uttered utt twenty eon centuries eeliturifs eonturns ¬
turns agci a ag fI hp b the Master l stB Greater Gre ter love levhath 14 14hath lovehath
hath no man than this that be giveth gtveth7ii
7ii 110 1I lifo lif fi hi his i < friend It Is the cul culT culmiriation
ri mation ina tiOIl > f noble sacrifice liacrlficewherelr liacrlficewherelrfnund wherever whereveromen
foundWomen found fnundWOmEl1I
Women omen oho n 1 1 10 o diva thrtr lives to th thi the theatioll thetatinu
i tatinu atmii lor d f a trained nurse nur e assume just justjjrh justtJrh justrw
jjrh rw h risks rit ks every ery day They hold them thml theutIps them5ei
5ei l Ips PS in rMdinefls to enter any sick sdckr slckrnrn sickrnmn
r rnrn in no utter rrdu r what the nature of the theiisoasf thed1SMSF
iisoasf 1 seas RH land < I render that service SfII Ie with wltlimit WIUllIt with1t
mit lIt which the likelihood of the patients patientslrath paUentIFath patientslrath
< lrath IK t In o vastly Increased Illeree In a martlolH marvelous mar mari
pious i m mfa mPaurr a < niw n > they dispense with withp 1Ulwith
< < < p with npnw To an amaalng degrre de deKrtf detff
Krtf tff they the arc rp > servants oIervRn l in th the house for fortnp forth forthat
that th levrt < > fhrms thf themselves > lIlvfIJ lve unflinchingly unfUdttn ly to toSHI toS1J tos
SHI s I li I labor rts n can 1m not b 1M bought for fornriiip CocllIIP fatnney
nriiip nney and fin n not tintbe be given by the theuntrained UtElrltrainec1 theurtrained
untrained untrainedTing lrltrainec1Tllis
Ting wnman kn knew > w herg her danger > f Juet as asFather uFather asFather
Father Pawn knew it when lie went wentt
t to the leper nlnm < And site 1tE hesitated hesitatedvi
vi ivt uf I as a liltlr as did that devoted man manE manFfry manEvery
E Every r patient was her friend Arid A d she sheha1 shebar he hel1l
bar given her life for her friend ju jUlllt jUllltH t tde
de H r rtainK a = it has ha ever e been b en done donein
in all the Iitatory h ltf1 of the world worldone worldnne worldr
one r me i an not measure th the heroism htH81 m of oftVpp orthff ofthe
the women One can not oreresti overeeUnratt orerestithe overe tl tlmat
mat the service e of this girl who obeyed obeyedall obeyedher
her r all MoAinehingly and took Into IntoTIT Intohr
hr ein the virus that ended her life I
TARDY JUSTICE TO LO LOBack LOBaek LOBack
Back in Marshall county Indiana on onth Ofttl1 onth
th fourth of September the white whitepeople whitepptple whitepeople
people will 111 unveil a monument to toMenominee toMPMminee toMenominee
Menominee an old chief of the Fotta Pottawatomie Fottav Fottaatomle
v atomic tribe of Indians IndJan8An an aborigine aboriginevthn
vthn carried his untutored < < t mind from fromthe fromtht fromthe
the home of his fathers to the far side sidenf sidenr sideof
nf the Missouri river seventyone yeara yearsago yearaagobecause yearaagnbecause
ago agobecause because be had to And who to toEi 18s issn
Ei s dead BOW that It would be import importble
ble to place a monument monumentover over his dust dustTherefore dustThfrefore dustTherefore
Therefore the stone will be dedicated dedicatedwith dedl dedicatedwith led ledwith
with much ceremony on 9D the more fittingplace fitting fittingplace fttUnplace < <
place where he lived before his enforced enforcedHonorable enforcedremoal enforcedremoval
removal remoalHonorable removalHonorable
Honorable Dan McDonald lIrDo ald of f the theHoogler theHMfler theHoosier
Hoosier state secured an appropriation appropriatIOnfrom
from his legislature and with It the thefair thefall thefair
fair effigy of the old Indian has been beenprovided beenprqvlded beenprovided
provided Mr McDonalds address to tabe tobe tobe
be read at the unveiling discloses dlseI ES therace the therare 1118rart
rare instance of ft white man confess confessing s sIng ¬
ing injustice e to the red man manThe mallThe menThe
The Pottawatomies were pretty good goodpeople goodpfope goodpeople
people They didnt fight the white whitemen whitempn whitemen
men and they have a chapel chapelIn In which whichCatholic whichCatholic whichCatholic
Catholic services were held for many manyyeirs manyytlrs manyyears
years before the white men discovered discoveredhow dlscov red redhow
how good the Menominee land was The Theaddress Theaudres8 Theaddress
address also discloses that the Indians Indiansmade Indiansmade Indiansmade
made a nuft nuftq nu > > er of treaties tre tles with the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government agents who were sent tothem to tothem tothem
them from Washington One of thetreaties the thotreaties th thtreaties
treaties gave themall t1 en n the th land for forty fortymiles fortymiles fortymiles
miles in every direction A later treaty treatygave treatygave treatygave
gave them twentyHo sertionp And a astill a6tll1 astill
still later gave them th6 two years to get gett
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up and get off ot the twentytwo Each Eachof
of these treaties they made because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they had to And for the very vel same samereason samerElQJ sameresryon
reason rElQJ n they gave their land to the white whiteman whiteman whiteman
man and started swrteda a thousand of them themin
in September to travel across Indiana Indianaand Indianaand Indianaand
and Illinois and Missouri till they tho came cameto cameto cameto
to the rugged rusgedslopis slopes of the Ozark moun mountains mountains mountalna ¬
tains tainsTwo tainsTwo talnaTwo
Two hundred hundr d of the men women and andchildren andchildren andt
children t of theaxlles the xlles died or were lost lostin lostIn lostin
in the course cour e of the march The he spirits spiritsof
of all were broken and the malarial influences in influences InftUtllces ¬
fluences of the th time and place were too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much for them themA
A later generation regretted the cruel cruelexpulsion cruelexpulsion cruelexpulsion
expulsion of the red men the plain in injustice Injustice injustice ¬
justice that th t was done them It is far fartoo fartoo fartoo
too late I te to retrieve the th error The best bestthat bestthat bestthat
that can be b done is what those In Indianalans Indlanalans Indianalans
dianalans are going to do next month monthSUuid monthStand monthStand
Stand up like men and nd confess the un tinjustice unjustlce n njUBtlC
justice and declare their deep regret regretbecause regretbecause regretbecause
because of it itAnd ItAnd 1tAnd
And since they can not restore Me Menominee Menominee M Mnominee ¬
nominee to t his former estate they are aredoing aredoing aredoing
doing all possible in erecting his monu monument monument monument ¬
ment and bowing in honest sorrow sorrow be before before before ¬
fore it itMR ItMR itMR
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MR MERRILL ME RILL CONGRATULATES CONGRATULATESHere
Here Is an extract from a letter just justreceived justreceived justreceived
received from Mr L A Merrill one oneof oneof oneof
of the foremost men of the state of ofUtah ofUtahone ofUtahone
Utah Utahone one of those tho who are learning the thesecrets theeeeret thesecrets
secrets of the soil and passing the price priceleas priceless priceless
less knowledge on to all the people peopleAllow peopleAllow peopleAllow
Allow me to extend my hearty congratu congratulations congratulaUons congratulatlens ¬
lations on The HeraldRepublican the thefirst theflr thefirst
first flr t issue of which just reached me The Thelarger Thelarger Thelarger
larger field and greater opportunity for foryou foryou foryou
you are a source of great pleasure to toyour toyour toyour
your friends among whom I hopeI hope I am amnumbered amnumbered amnumbered
numbered I was exceedingly pleased witH witHthe wltl1the withthe
the appearance of the new paper and andtrust andtrust andtrust
trust that Its sphere of usefulness may mayextend mayextend mayextend
extend until it reaches the home of every
lover of Justice in our intermountain regloa re region region ¬
gion gloaThat
gionThat
That is the tone of many messages messagesPatrons messagesPatrons messagesPatrons
Patrons find a better paper than they theyIrnve theyImve theyhave
have ever eve ever before known in Utah and andthey andthey andthey
they prove their appreciation of itThey It ItThey itThey
They tell their friends friendsand and the t e circu circulation clrcuJatlon circulation ¬
lation Hats grow with each passing passingday paeelngday passingday
day dayTo
To make the paper as nearly perfect perfectas
as as 8 possible to give it the tone and andchar andcharactor char character chartlC ¬
actor tlC ter of the beat people in the state stateto
to advance Utah In her every interest interestwherever Interestwherever Interestwherever
wherever that can be done doneth86e these are arethe arethe arethe
the aims of the publishers publishersAnd
And they are winning winningMAKE winningJ winningMAKE winningMAKE
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MAKE THE HOUR EARLY EARLYOne EARLyOne
One detail of f the visit of President PresIdontTaft PresidentTaft PreeldEiptTaft
Taft to Salt Lake can be changed a alittle aJlttleto alittleto
Jlttleto little to the very great accommodation accommodationof
of many many of our people peopleIt
It has been Intended to have the thespeaking theB thespeaking
speaking B klng service Iq ii > the Tabernacle be begin begin begin ¬
gin at 10 oclock and that hour would wouldunder wuuldunder wouldunder
under ordinary conditions be most fit fitting fitting fitting ¬
ting for a presidential party But the theday theday theday
day is Sunday and if the service there therebegins therebegins therebegins
begins at 10 oclock few people who at attend attpnd attend ¬
tend tin > nonMormon churches can go gowithout gowithout 0 0without
without abandoning their own services servicesMost services3Iost services1ratt
Most ministers will want to be present presentat
at the Taft meeting mee tin 1 and they should shouldbe
be there But they can not do so if the thehour thehour thehour
hour is set for ten tenIf tenIf tenIf
If that hour could be fixed at nine in instead Inlitead instead ¬
stead of ten it would be but little more moreexacting moreexacUnt moreexsct1ng
exacting on President Pre ldent Taft and his hisfriends hlBfriends hisfriends
friends and would give glOevery every minister ministerand
and pv pvry rv ro mllmhlr mht r = o Of his congregation congregationan
an opportunity to p pay y their reepects respgcls by bytltffr b1ti byth
tltffr ti th tr r presence and cla themselves tQet1Hlveservlce theservice the theservice
service or listening to a president of the theUnited UteUnited theUnited
United States within our own common commduwealth commonwealth coml11t1nWfRlth ¬
wealth wealthWe WfRlthFe wealthWe
We Fe believe the hour can be changed changedwltltout cbaOflJedwlthout changedwithout
without hardship on any anyone one We alsobelieve also alsobelieve alsobel
believe bel ve It would be a most n1O happy solo solution solotine Iu Iulintl ¬
tine of a nmhton which Uf navel > 4fl > < 1 1made not UQ be bemade bemade
made vexatious vexatiousITS
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ITS OTHER EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEIt
It must have been In 1ST6 that there therewas tlHlreWaul therewas
was another riot in Pittsburg The Thestate Tkestate Thestate
state militia was called out to supple supplement aupplellleltt supplemeat ¬
ment the efforts x rOt > f the police but bu1 th thstrikers the theIItrIken thestrikers
strikers destroyed much property pro t of the thePennsylvania thePennsIVAnia thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad company eompluaypur eompluaypurpoRly eompanypurpoly pur purposely
poly burning cars c Ut warehouse and andbridges 8n 8nbridge andbridges
bridges and tearing ta rlng up tracks tracksWhan tracksWh9 tracksVhen
Whan the strike wan settled R ltI8dQnd and the thetnitmter 1MIt1lGIuer thetpipwer
tnitmter of Its settling has nothing tode todo to ifldo
do with this story storrUae the railroad rallro d com company CO COpaoy coptparty ¬
party had the damages viewed and aa assessed aaseeead 881Ie8Yd
seeead and then brought suit against againstthe
the city of Fittsburg and against the thestate thestate thestatee
state of Pennsylvania for the amount amountdestroyed amountd amountdestroyed
destroyed d And got judgment and eellected col collected collected ¬
lected the money 111018 The amount if ifmemory Ifmemory ifmemory
memory b bfJ right reached several mil millions millions mulions ¬
lions of declareThe declare deliarsThe donaNThe
The logic of the th situation Is that the thestate thestate thestate
state andthe and the city are bound b und to pre preserve preHn proserve ¬
serve Hn order and protect property and andUiat andUrat andthat
that where city and state fail In that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they are liable in damages to him who wboloses whoJOH wholoses
loses State and city elt require taxes
from the company and the money paid paidon
on that account ae oupt is devoted to maintain maintaining maintaining ¬
ing the government g ernment Government means meansprotection meansproteeUon meansprotection
protection and order The obligation is isinescapable IsIfH5CllpabJe isinescapable
inescapable inescapableIf
If Plttsburg Isnt nt careful refu there will willbe willbe willbe
be another bill for damages when the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike shall have become history historyIT
IT IS A SAFE GUIDE GUIDEOne GUIDEOne GUIDEOne
One of the closest friends of Mr Ir Harrhnan Har Harriman Harriman
riman was asked by b the interviewer If Ifthe IfraJlroad Ifthe
the railroad man played ae hard as he heworked beworked heworked
worked And the friend replied repliedDoes repliedno repliedDoes
Does no he play as hard as he works
To tell you UM U1 truth I never saw him himplay himpla hintplay
play pla except with his children Ills chil ¬
dawn and his J work worktheB41 these are his life lifeTiiat UfeIhat lifeThat
That Is a pretty safe guide to any anymans anymans anymans
mans character It will be remembered rememberedthat
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that when Garfield was inaugurated he heturned heturnMl heturned
turned from fm mm kissing the Bible > in ac acknowledgment acknoWJedgment acknowledgment ¬
knowledgment of the oath o th and laid his hislip hislIp hisApe
Ape lip on the tll lips of his aged mother who whosat whoSQt whosat
sat in the circle of his closestfriends closestfriendsthrough closest friends friendsthrough frleqdsthrough
through the ceremony cer mony It was a fair fairindex fallIndex fairindex
index to the character of a man who whowas whowas whowas
was truly great greatWhen greAtWhen greatwh
When wh n President McKinley was mak making makIng anaking ¬
ing one of his very few trips across the thecontinent theeontlnent thecontinent
continent in company with Mrs Mc McKlnley lIcKJnley McKinley
Klnley the lady was as attacked by a sud sudden sudden sudden ¬
den Illness Never strong she was un unable unable unable ¬
able to fight off the malady and her herhusband herhusb herhushand
husband husb nd hurried home with her aban abandoning abanonlng abandoning ¬
doning his schedule and foregoing that thatinercourse thatIn thatIntercourse
Intercourse In ercourse with men of the great west westbecause wllftbecause westbecause
because the wife fl Of his youth needed neededhi
hi care and attendance It was so somanly somanly somanly
manly an tnact act that it carried c rrld its own
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excusesand excuses and the country countl thought thou ht bet better better better ¬
ter of him than if he had sent her on onhome onhome onhome
home in the care of others and contin continued continued continued ¬
ued his mingling with his 1I fellow citi citizens clUzens citizens ¬
zens zensMen
Men who know United States Senator SenatorOliver SenatorOliver I
Oliver of Pennsylvania say sayhe he is very veryproud veryproud veryproud
proud of o his boys He gave them an aneducation aneducation aneducation
education and could give he them mil millions mll1I0ns mulions ¬
lions of dollars with which to gratify gratifythe
the whims common to boys But heleads he heleads beleads
leads them through better paths by byteaching byteechlng byteaching
teaching them useful occupation mak making makIng makIng ¬
ing them his companions helping them themwith thetnwith themwith
with the problems of life and insuring insuringthem Insuringthem
them a success success which no noreversal no reversal of for fortune fortun fortune ¬
tune can take away awayLoyalty awa awaLoyalty awayLoyalty
Loyalty to mother devotion to wifeintelligent wife wifeintelligent wUeIntelligent
intelligent care of children childrenwhen when a aman aman aman
man possesses these the qualities he can cannot cannot cannot
not be bad badAFTER badAFTER badAFTER
AFTER THAT A COMMISSION COMMISSIONState COMMISSION COMMISSIONStatAl
State Auditor Jewkes proposes to get getall getall getall
all the county assessors of the state stateto
to meet with him and others interested interestedin
in the tax matters and see if they can annot cannot cannot
not find some better system s stem both of oflevying ofJeyIng oflevying
levying and collecting the taxes of the thestate thestate thestate
state stateNothing stateNothing stateNothing
Nothing could be more helpful We Wedisclose Wedlselo Wedisclose
disclose no secret when we say the therevenue therevenue therevenue
revenue system of this state is bad It Itis ItIs Itis
is almost as bad as it is in some otherstates other otherstates otheretates
states that have a habit of holding Utah Utahup Utahup Utahup
up to ridicule There is no uniformity uniformityof
of valuing no uniformity in finding the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property and no uniformity in the theclerical theclerical theclerical
clerical manner of doing the work workThe workTho workThe
The end to be aimed at should be the thevaluation theI thealuaUon thevaluation
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valuation of every dollar of taxable taxableproperty taxableproperty taxableproperty
property in the state the placing of a alike alike alike
like rate on all of it and the rigid collection col collection collection ¬
lection of all the taxes accruing accruingAfter accruingAfter accruingAfter
After the convention which Mr MrJewkes MrJewkes MrJewkes
Jewkes proposes it would be well for formen formen formen
men who attend its sessions to secure securethe securethe securethe
the appointment of a tax commission commissionby
by b the governor the duty of which body bodywould bodywould bodywould
would be to go through the statutes of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah and get together all the tax laws lawsrevise lawsr lawsrevise
revise r lse and collate them themand and then pre prepare prepare prepare ¬
pare a new tax bill to be presented at atthe atthe atthe
the next nextses session km of the legislature with withthe withthe withthe
the earnest mandate of the state to tomake tomake tomake
make it law Iawrhe lawThe
v vThe
The time has come when Utah should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be afraid of an honest statement of ofIts ofIts ofits
Its taxable property no matter matt l if itamounts It Itamounts Itamounts
amounts to six hundred million dollars dollarsworth dollnrsworth dollarsworth
worth worthAnd worthAnd worthAnd
And the bogey of a I a lower rate should shouldfrighten shouldfrighten shouldfrighten
frighten no longer longerThe longerThe longerThe
The state auditor is to be commended commendedfor
for this move along the lines of dis discussing discussing diecuseing ¬
cussing revenue matters The more our ourpeople ourpeople ourpeople
people know of it the sooner the pres present present present ¬
ent ridiculous and costly ost1 system will wmbe willbe willbe
be abolished and a sound and effective effectiveone
one will be substituted substitutedIn
In riding up and down the central centralportions centralportio centralportions
portions portio of the state you find fin there f ere is isnot isnot isnot
not a great deal of fruit awaiting await ng theday the theday theday
day of harvest People In the middle middlecounties middleoounUe8 middlecounties
counties at least will have to go to toBrtgham toBrlcl1am toBrigham
Brigham City and St Geqrge for fruit fruitthis fruitthl8 fruitthis
this fall fallThose faUThose fallThose
Those official tests of the milk sold soldin
in Salt Lake show improvement When Whenthe Whenthe VbentheIJereentage
the theIJereentage percentage of butterfat runs never neverbelow neverIow neverbelow
below Iow three and a half and in one case caseas ca caseas e eas
as high as six the people have cause causeto causeto causeto
to congratulate themselves themselvesWilliam tJleII1 themselvesWilliam ves vesV
William V llam McWhirter has another judg judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment of court that lie ought to get his hismoney hismoney hismoney
money It would be a pleatnire to ti tilionest th thhoneet thehonest
honest people of Salt Lake if he could couldactually couldactually couldactually
actually get the cash cashIt
1 1It
It Is understood tbnt Mr Gunplay GunplayMaxwell GunplaylIJaxweU GunplayMaxwell
Maxwell bought a keg ofpowder of povdEr just justbefore justheCore justbefore
before he was shot but he didnt take takeIt
It with him Where he went it wasnt wasntsafe wallntfe wasntsafe
safe fe to carry cari powder powderGovernor powdere powderGovernor
0 0GOEtnlor
Governor Harmon of f Ohio will be behandoomely behandeolIHly behandsomely
handsomely entertained In Salt Lake Lakewh Lakewhen Lakewhen
wh when u h he comes here In September He lieIMS Heha Helies
lies ha a good many friends and admirers admirersin
in Utah UtahIf
to toIf
If it te a fair question let us ask the thecity thecity thecity
city authorities au UwnitleII Is the present condi condition condition condition ¬
tion of UK Intercepting sewer and the thebbxBtave thebbxstave thebbxstave
bbxstave plp < > the tb best you can do7 do7Good do doGood doGood
Good morning Have you bought your yourwinters yourwinters our ourwInter
winters coal coalBOYHOOD CCMlIBOYHOOD tealBOYHOOD
BOYHOOD TOWN TOWNBaltimore TOWNBaltimore TOWNBaltimore
Baltimore Sun SunKind SIDKind SunKind
Kind God look down on Boyhood Towp Towpkeep Towpkeep Towokeep
keep it green foreverThe forever foreverThe foeerThe
The long main street with shade trees treessweet treesIiWeet treessweet
sweet the wharf and the dreaming dreamingriver dreamIngriver dreamingriver
river riverOb riverOb riverOh
Ob lead us there vhen bowed with care careto careto careto
to hear Its childhood story atoryIts
Its BOOK soot and speech of love that teach teachthe teacht8e teachthe
the light bt of love and glory gloryAh
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when we are Fe old and weary wearyTo wearTo wearyTo
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Keep fair the place with pristine grace gracethat gracethat gracethat
that In our gray December Dtc mber
We may be led with blithesome tread to toloves toloves toloves
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and keep its soft lights gleaming
In gardens fair that blossom there along
loved paths of dreaming dreamingLook dreamIngLook dreamingLook
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for or we are fain tal to follow
The homeward way some welladay
when all the weld grows hollow
Guard Guardl then and keep its yards ards that sleep
along a ong the Ul old main highway
Its lanes that wend where meadows end
in BloomoChildhood byway yway
With all its gleams its Joyful dreams
ke keep pit it dear God forever foreverIts
Its shade trees sweet that line the street
the wharf and the dreaming river riverA
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hand and the t VI West est is stripping for a fight It Itcosts Itcosts Itcosts
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there is a big fight brewinga a fight such as asthis asthis uthis
this country has never seen seena a fight between betweenthe
the power of one man and the people of ofonehalf ofonehalf ofonehalf
onehalf of the United States The whole wholestory wholestory wholestory
story is in Pearsons P arsons Ma Magazine tine for Septem September Septembera Septembera ¬
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ple and holding back the Souths development The Thereal TJiereal Thereal
real answer to the Souths labor problem Junes JumecCreelman JunesCreelman ltm ltmCreelman
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story that will shake the Christian ClH an Church Comp Comptroller COi8fItroller CoaptrollerMetz ¬
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