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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE LAKECY CITY UTAH MONDAY AUGUST AUGUST3O1909 30 1909
THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREpUBLIC
HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
The InterMountaln Republican RepubilcanEst
cEst Est Feb 12 1906 1906The 1906The
The Salt Lake HeraldEd Herald HeraldEAt
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LOOKED AT FROM THE HILLSSome HILLS HILLSome
Some ome days ago we spoke of coming comingdIwn comingdwn
dIwn town by way at First avenue A Aconespondent ACOZeponent
conespondent suggests that the ex exploration axI
I ploration be carried even farther tart er north northAnd northAnd
And Indeed It Is worth money to any anyman anyman
man or any woman In town to lookat lookattftl
tftl th cIty tram the heights of Sixth SixthavenU Sixthavenue
avenue > or the hills even farther away awayfrom awayfrom
from the car lines linesOn linesOn
On a fair morning the city lies silent sUentand silentand
and beautiful In a grove of green One OneCdn Onean
Cdn an hardly believe the homes of a hun hundrEd un unc3red
drEd thousand people are hiding there thereAt thereAt
At Intervals the canopy ot summer summerfoliage summerfoliage
foliage Is broken with the roof of n nlarg alarger
larg larger > r house or with the walls of a apublic aDubllc
public building But whole blocks are areconcealed areconcealed
concealed so that not a dwelling can canbe canbe
be discerned discernedAnd dIscernedAnd
And as one looks the thought Is Im ImJres8ed imDressed
Dressed There mu must t be Agreat great deal dealmore dealriore
more ot good than of bad hidden In thegreenery the thegreenery
greenery of those spaces Close at hand handare handBra
are magnificent structures The cathe cathedral cathedral
dral the business blocks the temple templethe templethe
the masses ot the business s center the tl1eNewhouse theNewhouse
Newhouse buildings at the south the thehurrying thehurrying
hurrying street cars the activity too tootar toofar
tar away to send up a whisper 01 01Elund olnund
Elund the distant trains moving ma maiesUO maestIc
iesUO to the north and nd the south southThe8e IOuthThese
These thingilthese expressions ora oraelty of a aitytannot
elty itytannot annot be produced by evil They Theyere Theyre
ere re the children ot good goodIn
In looking over the halfhidden city city1et citylet
let Us beUeve the best at every onnot onnotthe
the worst Let us be assured that thatthere thatthere
there Is more at good than of bad In Inevery Inevery
every rood of that space smlllng smtlIn up upwith upwith
with the green banners of God abovethem above abovethem
them themBelieve themBelieve
Believe good of them Speak well of ofth3m ofthm
th3m Unite In fellowship for them themThere themThee
There Is much that you do not see and andannot andcannot
cannot know Make yourself happy by bybelieving bybelieving
believing It Is well walland and not m
THE MOST USEFUL CITIZEN CITIZENA
A former governor of Kansas Kan s has hassaid hassaid
said that Foster Dwight Coburn Mere Meretary secretary
tary ot the state board of agriculture agricultureIs
Is the most useful citizen In that state stateAnd stateAnd
And no man can possiblY be given givenhigher givenhigher
higher pral pralAs praise praiseAs
As the story g goee Kaneas i aneas was In Inhad a abad
bad way sixteen years ears ago t N Neweom Neweomers wooQ1 wooQ1ers
ers from the eastern a axd milftUe stat stathad statoIad
had tome to the plain and ani tried to tomak tomake
make ta fsiins Ims And they tailed because becausethEY becausethey
thEY dl didt t know how to conquer the theoll thelJ
oll lJ They turned back their covered coveredagons coveredV
V agons flaming with eurSN for Kan Kan8a5
5115 and abandoned their equities in intbc Intho
tbc > soiL soiLLong soiLLong
Long time ago Sidney Lanier de dedared de1ared
dared to the world There Is more In Inth int
th t man than there Is In the land Andthat And Andthat
that is what Coburn of Kansas Kansasrovt Kansasrroved
rroved rovt d He had studied the soil and andhI andhe
hI tld the people how to make their theirattack theirattak
attack He didnt tr try to counteract the theadvertlslng theadvertising
advertising of the retreating losers He Hesought Hesought
sought to make life possible for those thosewho thosauho
who remained And all the state of ofI ofKansas
I Kansas < anas rose as one man to help him himIn himIn
In two years the tide had turnedPeople turned turnedPeopl
People east were 18frnlng of the ea ea1iUh ease easeIth
1iUh Ith whi whh h Kansas soil can be re reclaimed yeclaimed
claimed and made to yield Ield richly be becaUSl because
cause every man in Kansas was telling tellingin
in his letters In his personnllnteZlews personnllnteZlewsthrough personal Interviews Interviewsthrough
through the medium ot his local pa papers papers
pers of the prosperity awaiting Indus Industry industry
try and capacity In the Kansas soil soUWp soilWe
Wp ot Utah have a better soil than thanKansas thanKansas
Kansas has Utah can produce more morewheat morewheat
wheat to the acre than can any other otherrrgion otherrrgon
rrgion In the world We have a few fewmen fewmen
men who have learned much of the theMils thesoils
Mils secrets and they are getting gettingmQgnlflc gettingmagnificent
magnificent nt result They still are arestudying arestudying
studying and giving to the people the thebtnefits thebcneflts
btnefits of their dl eoverles diseovertesWhat eoverlesWhat
What remains It for the people of ofrtah ofttah
rtah to unite In the strong word of ofcommendation ofcommendation
commendation for the state to tell the thefair thefair
fair truth about Utah to make life lifehere fifehero
here pleasant and profitable and then thento thento
to be assured th that t tJ1e thou thousands ands will wUlhurry willhurry
hurry here from the east eastNo eastNo
No knockers at home That should shouldbp
bp b the slogan ot every frIend or Utah UtahGRAFT UtahGRAFT
GRAFT AND THE POLICE POLICETho
Tho late Commissioner Bingham of ofNtW ofNew
New York has told the world through throughthe
the medium of Hamptons H ptons maanlnebow mqaslne mqaslnehow
how wicked Is the police department of ofNew ofNev
New York City He levels no Jam at atthe t ttit
tit the patrolmen and thoreb he Iuoee Iuoeehc
hc w > knows something ot what he Is Isrittng Isnting
rittng But he fin finds the men higher higherup
up end the JlOUeemagistraey pollee rnagistrae3 8 a vel veldlscouaglng very veryIsouragIng
dlscouaglng element In our natIGn1 natIGn1IIf
IIf IIfH H Here rt is one of his opening para paragraphs paragraphs
graphs graphsIt
It I Is high time for thoughtful people In Innts IntlIs
nts country to oks up to the HI fact that thatawbrcakln thatawbraktflg
awbrcakln In our greater clUes Is to tonn toan
nn appalling extent a safe aDd nrotltabicupatiOfl profitable profitableupatlon
upatlon Spreading c10udHke and andfraught andfraught
fraught With menace It operates pri primarily primanly
manly by Influencing the members or our ourpolie ourpolice
police forces and to a greater and tar tarJgUer fargIer
JgUer extent by tile appointment and con con8quent consqueflt
8quent ownership eC pollee magistrates magistratesWTl
WTl ot higher tribunes of law and order orderw110 orderwho
who carefully tree that law brokers Idp IdpUfled IdonUfied
Ufled with the forces of pluader are Im Immunp Iramun
munp from punishment punishmentSalt
Salt at Lake Is happJer The police policecourt policecourt
court is now cJe clean o f8flrlllM and it itconduct I Ionduct
conduct 18 marked with abIlity qnd a aknowledge anowledg0
knowledge of law lawIt lawIt
It would be happy for tIlt people if ifSalt ifSalt
Salt Lake could declare itstr a lIkl lIklppUon r reption
ppUon In the matter of the police policetor polleeforce
tor force e The > similarity between n thIs anC anCth ancthe
th the Nfw N York forrp Is found ill Hw I Ifat
j
tact that pollcPTncn thpmsfIfS arp
>
uiU usually lIy good man Vary likely the per pere
e ntage of honesty is as high her as assewhre aselsewhere
elsewhere elsewhereBut sewhreBut
But not In the palmiest of Tam Tammanys Tammanys
manys das In New York ork has thl thllorce thforce
force there been so open to to the thecharge thecharge
charge ot venality of partnershIp In Inlawlessness inlawlessness
lawlessness of utter subservience to tothe tothe
the domination of a political glng gangas gangasIt a aIt
It Is here In Sa1tL8ke Salt Lake a and d now nowColonel now nowColonel
Colonel Binghams Bi ghatns remedy isth vote voteot voteof
ot the people And hat Is Jy Jyknown lyknown
known way In which rebuke be befectively f ffeethely
feethely administered and an anidUal fd1 l p plice PC PCflee
lice administration assuredTO assured assuredTO
TO OBLITERATE A RIVER RIVERThomas RIVERThomas
Thomas A Edlsonlsnt the first man manto manto
to propose filling up the East river at atNew atNew
New York But he Is the first one whoSpeaks who whoSpeaks
Speaks with authority and without the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of making gain And the east eastern eastera
era people are listening to him himEdison himEdIson
Edison points out that New York Yorkdoesnt Yorkdoesnt
doesnt need the East river that It ill illvastly asVastly
vastly wider than ever the most gen generous generous
erous provision of ships makes n noes noeseary es eseary
eary and that all the USes to which whichthat whichthat
that water front Is now put can be befound befound
found even better elsewhere elsewhereThe
The East river really Isnt a river at atall
all The Connecticut ends at the sound soundOf soundof
Of course that Is tidewater arid It ill illUdewater IstIdewater
tIdewater all down the ten miles be between between
tween Manhattan and the Long Island Islandshore Islandshore
shore But It would be difficult to com compute cornpute
pute the value of land a mile wide and andten andten
ten miles long In New YorkThere York YorkThere
There are mlUlomr In the scheme for forthe forthe
the state and city There Is more than thanmoney thanmoney
money money can count In arellef to t the con cong cong
g Uon of the city In the possibility possibilityto
to build a truly modern city on the themade themade
made ground groundChicago groundChicago
Chicago has extended Its lake front fronta
8 mile and will some day hay have the theperfection theperfection
perfection of pafks there New York YorkIn
In the land where the East river now nowIs nowis
Is may have parks and business and andhome andhomer
home
And there Is always to be conSIdered conSIderedthat con idered ideredthat
that mighty argument of th dollars doUarsThe dollarsThe
The land that could be made where the theBRst th thast
BRst ast river restSit flows onl only with the thetidewould thetidewould
tidewould be worth untold fortunes fortunesfor
for men clover enough to bring about aboutthe aboutthe
the reclamation reclamationBOTH reclamationBOTH
BOTH PREACHER AND POET POETIt
It usually happens that our Methodistfriends Methodist Methodistfriends
friends sing Greenlands Ic Icy Moun Mountains Mountalns
tains at some period of tho C4Uforence C4Uforenceprererably oojferencepreferably
preferably when ilie missionary report reportis
is made The author or the th hymn never neveris neverwas
was is a lethodlst and the Methodists Methodistsare
are just big enough not to care a whit whitfor whitfor
for that but accept the good that 18 In Inthe inthe
the poem and sing It heartily to a aswinging aswinging
swinging measure that never falls of ofan ofan
an Inspiring uplift UPllttJhe upliftThe
The author of the hymn was Reginald ReginaldHeber ReginaldHeber
Heber an Englishman born In Ches
hire in 1783 and he died In India In In1BM in1s
1BM 1s He was made bishop of Calcutta CalcuttaIn
In 1822 and that Was 8 time thtt tried triedt triedUie
t Uie e S souls < luls of Englishmen In that far farcountf farcountry
country Bishop Heber must have been beenof beenof
of the pl pioneer eer stuff In spite of his earlytraining early earlytraining
training for he traveled all over India Indl8ltaDUehlng Indiaestablishing
establishing and strengthening nile mtson nilealone
alone aloneBut on
onBut
But he was a poet as well as a apreacher apreacher
preacher There Is more than rhythm rhythmand rhythmand
and melody In the lines linesFrom linesFrom
From Greenlands Ie Icy mou mountalaS mountalaSFrom talM talMFlOIft
From IJuilBs IndI s coral strand atrsl1dwre strandrhere
rhere wre Afncs sunny fountains fountainsRoll fountainsItoll
Roll down their golden sand sandFrom sandFrom
From many an ancient river riverFrom riverFrom
From many a palmy plain pJalnThe plainThey
The They can us to deliver deliverTheir deliverTheir
Their land from errors chain
It Is In the same hymn that he coined coineda
a couplet which has garnished many an anargument anargument
argument Where every prospect prospectpleases prospectpleases
pleases and only man Is vile vUeIn vileIn
In many old novels we found the thestatement thestatement
statement that the woman In the case casewas casewas
was false as fair Bishop Heber Is Isthe Isthe
the author of that though pe never In Intend Intendod
tend tendod to o help In the construction of a anovel anovel
>
novel Here Is ite Itllsettlng ItllsettlngThua setting settingThus
Thus 1wflvenly hope 18 all Hrene HreneBQt serene sereneBut
But eartblY b lioit pe how brhht soe soestln seeer seeerStilt
Stilt fluetua1tSoer fluctuates oer this changing seeM seeMAnd sceneAM
And false and t fleeting o pg as tIe fair flilrOn fairOn
On many a tombstone 1n the old older oldersections r rsections
sections of country Is found the couplet coupletThou coupletThou
Thou art gene to the grave but we will willJtOt willot
JtOt ot deplore t thee theeThough ee eeThough
Though sorrows and darkness encompass oncompassthe
the tomb tombAnd tombAnd
And If It may b be there was something somethingsombre omethlngsombre
sombre In the strain ot the churchman churchmanwho
who could build successfully lria region regionwhere regionwhere
where even civIlization was dead For Forhe Forhe
he r reminds us that thatDeetb thatDeath
Death rides on every passing breeze breezeHe breezeHe
He lurks In every flower flowerBut flowerBut
But even the poppy could not lull his hisfancy hisfancy
fancy to perpetual rest for he declaresthat declares declaresthat
that earth Is fair when spring unlocks unlocksthe unlocksthe
the flowers to paint the laughing soil soUVhlch soilWhich
Which Is rather a fine thought by the thewa thevay
wa vay And th there re may be added as proof proorof
of hi810ve hIs love of Ute UteBy lifeBy
By cool Siloams shad shady rill rillHow rillHow
How sweet the lily growsl growslAnd growsiAnd
And there is rapture and strength In InUte inthe
Ute old number beginningBrightest beginning beginningBI1gbte
Brightest t and best of the SOns of Ute UteJtOrulng thezornIng
JtOrulng JtOrulngDAWJl zornIngDawn
Dawn on our darkness and lend us thine thineald thineaid
aid aldBlp aidBqnjamiu
Blp Bqnjamiu Elmlo Disraeli once spoke of ofyoung ofyoung
young men men who iLto ve letters In their theirpockts theirpockets
pockets addressed to tezitywhlch Tp6sterItywhichthey tezitywhlchthey
they 1IL n fail to deliver Bishop He THebet HelIer
bet p put t It mc more brlofiywhep briefly whop he tens tenson tellsoue
on oue h he raned the brtght promise of his hisrlY hisearly
early rlY day dayAll dayAll
All oC which may be interesting interestingenough interestingenough
enough but what Is isxnore Jore amusing Is Isthe isthe
the tact that when the writer of this thisrtlcle thisrtIle
rtlcle tailed to remember thoslxth the sIxth line Ihleof lineat
of th thet t 1tSflI Miselonary ftlry Hymn and caned canedQne calledone
one after another fournrotostant four protestant mln mlnfilters mm mmisters
filters of Salt Take not onR of them themcould I
could quote the erse without getting getUngtp gettinge
tp e h3flpnal h3flpnalAnd 1Pnal 1PnalArid
Arid of course it sho should ld be entirelY entirelYfamlllar1n Cntireiyfamiliar
familiar In a IItate tliatls that is still held as tisa I Ia
a miNion missionSALOMY I ISALOMY
p
SALOMY ISNT ALONE ALONEThe
The Grand theatre stock COTI1 company JJan 3 is isgoing Isgoing
going to play Salomy Jane aU thisweek this thisweek
week It is one of the host of o the plays playsbased playsbaed
based on a Bret Harte stan And that thatis
is In the nature of high praise praisePprhaps praisePerhaps
Perhaps the most Impo impelling llng Incident IncidentIn
In either pIa play Or story comes just at atthe atthe
the lat Salomy who may be taken takpl1as
as a fair type of woman falls in love lovewith lovewith
with a man of whom she knows noth
lng It just happens that what lttle lttleshe lfttioshe
she sees of him and hears of himcatches him himcatches
catches her fancy or secures the In Indorlem Indorrement
dorlem dorrement nt at her judgment For she i iot Is Isof
ot a judicial t turn rn at mind and given givento
to doing as she pleases pleasesThe pleasesThe
The hero is hunted and she saves saveshim eaveshim
him That makes her love him even evenmore evenmore
more than would have been the case caseunder easelunder
under ordinary circumstances Women Womenar
ar are said to lore most that for which whichthey vhIchthey
they make the greatest sacrifice H Hoosl1y He Heeasily
easily gets her promise to link her ute lifevIth
vlth his own own and she goes to him with witht11e withthe
the most absolute trust and joy andconfidence and andconfidence
confidence that have ever bee bee9 ex express cxpressed
press pressed d In words But at the very drop dropof
of th the final curtain she turns to him himwith himwith
with th surprising question questionSay questionSay
Say Ian whats your name nameSalomy I ISalomy
Salomy didnt know She never had hadheard hadheard
heard his name He never had been beenpermitted beenpermitted
permitted to tell her No one tormal formally formallyIntroduced y yIntroduced
Introduced them But a thousand audi audiences aUdlences
ences have been sure Salomywas Salomy was en enf enftering
terlpg In safety the ute that would be beW beBut beblessed
W blessed blessedBut
But have other women any advan advantage advantage
tage of 3alomy In the matter of know knowIng knowIng
Ing the man they marry Oh they theyknow theyknow
know the name and sometimes a great greatd greatdeal
d deal l or the history ot the man In the thecaae theease
ease But that Isnt all of the man manand manandIt and andit
It isnt the essentials with which thiwife the thewife
wife must become acquainted in her herdally herdaily
dally Ute As to his temper his real r8flIpreferences realpreferences
preferences his habits when not on ondisplay ondIsplay
display his tendencies his actual views viewsor
or her his purpose for hlmselttpese hlmselttpeseare
are as unknown to the newlyma newiymaQo e wife wlteas
as the nome of her new husband was wasto wasto
to SalomyAnd Salomy SalomyAnd
And the philosophy of the play is the thephilosophy thephilosophy
philosophy Of life He cannot nnot tell her herShe herShe
She can find out only by living with withhim withhim
him by the Intimate acquaintance at atdally ofdaily
dally n association associationSalomy lOolationSalomy
Salomy Is no worse ort tl han n the rest restof restof
of the brides
BETTER SCHOOLCONDITIONS SCHOOLCONDITIONSBox SCHOOL CONDITIONS CONDITIONSBox
Box Elder and Cache counties and amJsome andsome
some of the others feel pretty well w ll over Oerthe overthe
the consolidation of their public schools schoolsSanpete schoolsSanpete
Sanpete people are not quite so pleapd pleapdwith Pleaec Pleaecwith
with the prospect prospectOf
Of course local conditions will make makea
8 difference In some counties the very veryunusual veryunusual
unusual distribution of pupils may op opmte oporate
orate against the general plan of oon oon80Udatlon c n I Isolidatlon
80Udatlon at present But the benefits benefitsmust benefitsmust
must be decided on average conditions conditionsEery coiidltioneEvery
Every Innovation finds Its objections objectionsAnd
And since the people are reasonable reasonablethey I Ithey
they w1l1 ask no more than reasonable reasonahleevlden reasonableevldenve
evlden e It their children can be bet better better
ter taught under the plan ot concentra concentration
tion than under the old system then thenthe thenthe
the new plan will be adopted wherever whereverposelble whereverpossible
possible poselbleAnd possibleAnd
And 1 if added ot the batter Instruction Instructionthe
the p people ple can be convinced that the thecost
cost by the new plan will be consider considerably consldtrabl3
ably lees all their objections will van vanIsh vanlab
lab IshUtah
Utah 115 a state of ol lg In every everytown everytown
town almost the biggest and best build bul1dIngB buildings
IngB are the school houses In the thecountry thecountry
country the people take a warmntab1 warmntab1pride warrantablipride
pride In their houses of learning Thy Thyrecall Tiieyrecall
recall the t tnbltlon of Enoch Arden Ardento
to give the boy a better brlngliig brlngl g up upt upthn
t thn his 18 had beeq Or orhers orhersAll hers hersAll
<
All that Is needed for the general generalIIJdoption generaldoptiozt
IIJdoption of the plan of concentration concentrationIs
Is t to convince the people that It Is bet betr bettr
tr r In results and lest costly and they theyU theywilJ
wilJ U give It every encouragement And AndtJley Andthey
they have a light to that demonstra demonstration
tion
VALUE OF INTERURBANS INTERURBANSEvery INTERURBANSEvery
Every Utah man who returns frorir frorirthe froi froithe
the far east tells of the excellent erv ervloe
loe Qf the interurban roads Starting Startingfrom 3tarUngtrom
from Chicago the they CAn go to every city cityor cityof
or Importance In every state to he At Atlantic Atlantic
lantic coast The fare Is slightly less lessthantha lessthanthat
thantha t qrf the steam roads where hare is isno isrio
no dust the comfort Is greater sEnt the thespe thEspeed
spe speed d I q quite lte a Ihlgh IhlghThere high highThere
There htan Isanother ther phase orih of the c esse esseand se seandt
andt and tat at com e In reports from on onmercla oini oinimerelal
mercla clubs and nd the stti sdt mets is ofthe of ofthe
the ralllOd companies themselves themselvesthese Br Brthese
these It Is seen that the electric lines lineshelp lin linhelp
help bulm up th the citieS cities The do not notseem notseem
seem to at all subtract from t the f steam steamlines steamlines
lines Their gain Is In the ilture nature or ornew ofnew
new businessthat never existed before beforethe beforethe
the trolloy came cameRide cameRide
Ride from the Hot Springs Springsfnto toto Ogden 09denby Ogdenby
by the trolley line and you nl see Ieewhat seewhat
what Is meant Every car ca curbs rfee bUII bUIInass business
ness to the city The farmls farm is no longer longerIsolated longerisolated
Isolated At almll3t eery eierywg cr s 1
w wg ts a group gr up Ofmenand fmima d women vomeI l iiitsut iiitsutonbuelness tlml
on onbuelness business In town thwnEveop Evefi OJ1 Jtteu1 Jtteu1mean it them themmans
mean something added to the daily dailyvolume ny nyVolume
Volume of trade tradeAn I IAn
An electrH line Into Salt J8kl from trmtbe fromthe
the west eet would brlrig iri g muc bu buThe bufle bufleThe
The trolley line from ttt north rth will willbring willbriflg
bring more A line from f1euth f1euthwould the uLh uLhwould
would add tremendously 10 the tkys tkyseelpts tys re receipts
eelpts In Snit Lake stores storesThey torelThey
They prove a benefit to tl1 thc Cfuntr Cfuntrwherever country countrywherever
wherever ventured This iace aCe would wouldby wouldby
by no means be an exceptiJr exceptiJre exceptiJrTHE
up upTHE e >
THE GOERNMENTPRINTNG GOERNMENTPRINTNGOFFICE GOVERNMENT PRINTJNG PRINTJNGOFFICE
OFFICE OFFICETroy OFFICETroy
Troy N Y rimes Aug 9I 94Sesatot 94SesatotSzioot < Senalor i iSrpGot
SrpGot of Utah who has been mo5tJlet mo5tJletIvely n9osj act actlvely
Ively engaged for the last sl six months Oft Oftthe onthe
the framing of the tariff blll1s bIll is entitled nUtle4to
to a few months of substantil ubstaljt l r st b but butthe t tth
th the chances are the seJuttorWU1 senator w4I nQt nQtb nthave
b have e very mn ffiUCII h recreation this sum summer summer
mer He has laid out a task foiJd foiJdself for him himself
self which Is herculean In Its propot propottlons propoetionB
tlons The senator Is the chairman or orthe ofthe
the joint committee on printing avd tM tMInvestigations theInvestIgations
Investigations which he has made up to tothe tothe
the present time have convinced him that thata
a radical change will be made In the man management nanagement
agement of the printing office whIch will wtllIrodure willrroduee
Irodure economical results sults followed b bthe by bythe
the tJ6vlng of nearly UOOOOOO ann1l81a ann1l81ato
to the government without reducing the theemelency theefficiency
efficiency of the service In the slightest sUghtelitdegree slightestdegree
degree degreeSome degreeSome
Some of the methods in the gOetnment govern government
ment printing office are complicated to toa toa
a marked degree This It Is said Is eM eMetally espadaily
daily true of the system of accounting accountingand accountingand
and It is believed that the senator wIllbrIng wIll wEllbring
brIng about some changes In that par parUcularbrancb par particulr
Ucularbrancb ticulr branch of the vast rlntlr1j estab establishment establishment
lishment which will result Tn the savl savlof savitof
of hundreds of thousands or dollars dollarsnually a anunllyHe
nunllyHe nually Ha has decided to go at the tbeprlnUng theprinung
prlnUng office thoroughly and to bring bringto
to bfar upon the office which he has all allumed aeumed
umed 111 ll that energy and force which whichnave whichhave
nave made his so successful as a busi businoss buinose
nose man manThe manThe
The joint committee on printing bas basto liesto
to all Intents and purposes absolute absolutepoter absulutepower
power over the < conduct of affairs In thfprinting thf tlwprinting
printing offlll l0 that whatever may hI hIug1tEd h hugrted
ug1tEd upon in it thr th way of honge ehangeswhether hongewll
wll whether thlr in the rnelbanical auditing auditingirasing
urdosin If r admlnistrativt dfp dprt dprtmnts < Jrt Jrtmnts
mnts or the ocn when indorsed b t
joint committee will have the effect of ofdirect ofdirect
direct legislation Congress Congressw1l1 will not ofnecessity of ofnecessity
necessity be compelled to Indorse the therecommendations therecommendations
recommendations of the committee be beCIlU2e because
cause those recommendati s will prac pracUCIlUy practicafly
UCIlUy become law without further con conIr10slonal congreseional
Ir10slonal action actionPOINTED actionPOINTED
POINTED PARAGRAPHS PARAGRAPHSCHicago
CHicago News NeWlloNever NewsNever
Never oIoeedthe open season for kiss kissIng kisslng
Ing IngA A harking dog never btteswblle he Is Isbarkln isbarking
barking barklnWhen barkingThen
When respect departs love p packs cks Its itsgrip
grip and take a vacation vacationEverybodJs vacationEverybodys
EverybodJs business Is nobodys bust business bustness I
ness except the busybodys busybodysIts
Its the uncertainty of women that thatmakes
makes men go daffy about them themOne the theOn I
One good turn deserves another engage engagement engagement
ment on the vaudeville circuit circuitSooner
Sooner or lat later l a man who travels on onhis onhis I
his cheek WIn ha have vo a worn look lookPublIcity lookPublicity
PublIcity Is in alarm clock that ire irequently
Quentiy awakens a mans consclIlce consclIlcelany eoneoinceMany I
Many a woman marries the wrong man manbecause manbecause
because the right one neglected to ask askher askher
her herHow
How we enjoy seeing a man get the theworst theworst
worst ot It when he tries to get the best bestor beetof
or others othersYou othersYou
You Mn e estimate the value of your yourreputation I
reputation by trying to hMluce a pawn pawnbroker
broker to advance you ou something on It ItAtter itAfter I
After a girl gets to be au 10 old IIhp IIhpghes ehegives
gives UP the Idea of a career and puts putsin
In band twentyfour hours a day seeking a hue husband hueband I
A VISION IN I SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBERBY EPTEMBER I
BY WILLIAM GRIFFITH GRIFFITHToday GIUFFITHToday
Today aa by a magic wand wandA
A breeze Is wafted frolll the years yearsOf I
Ot Jon long ago anc and from Beyond BeyondThe beyondThe
The city as It di dletppears dletppearsOn appears appearsOn
On tar horiBOM softly lean leanThe leanThe
The hills against the coming night nightAnd nightAnd
And mantled with a russet g1ten g1tenThe gsnThe
The orchards ptb gather r Into sight slgbtAs
As tb though ugh the apples high and low lowIn lowIn
In ruddy colons deeply spread apreadFrom spreadFrom
From core to rind the sun melts slow slowWith slowWith
With gold apeuSht aeross the red redAnd redAnd
And here and there with skb sighs and calls callsA callsAmong
A Among the hills an echo nUBS nUBSReotely ringsRemotely
Remotely as the water falls fallsADd fallsAnd
ADd down the themcadow mtadow softly sings singsA
A wind goes bli hr the the air III stirred I
With secret whispers ni pera far and near nearAnother nearAnother
Another tokenjust a word wordnad wordlied
lied made the JOaes meaning clear ellarI
I see the fields I catch the cent eventOf centor
or odors from the fre fresh h split wood woodWhere woodWhsre
Where b bearded mesa and stains arc arcWent arcblent
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With autumn rains and all Is good goodAn goodAn
An air arlat arising turns and lifts liftsT liftsTje
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And lid slowly settles back again againWhile againWhile
While with far shout now homeward homewardbouD4 homewardbound
bound bouD4Aerou boundAcross
Across the fields the rea reapers rs go goADd
ADd with 1th the darkness c1o closing inl round roundThe
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THE ADVANTAGEFilegende ADVANTAGE ADVANTAGEFllegende
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without findIng my wife at home to ask askquestions askquestions
questions
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Burnetts Vanilla Vanillastands
stands in a dass by itself For Fornearly Fornearly
nearly sixty years Burnett BurnettVani11a BurnettsVanilla
Vanilla Extract has been the therecognized I Ircco
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excellence by which all other oiLerVanillaExra otherVanillaExtracts
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and you will never find another anothervanilla
I vanilla ani anywhere < wnere quite so rich richand richand
and satisfying in strength or with withquite ith ithquite
quite so rare and delicate a flavor flavorBURNETTS flavorBURNETTS
BURNETTS BURNETTSVANILLA BURNETTSVANILLA
VANILLA VANILLAAsk
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no other brand
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and andTooth andTooth
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Smith Drug CoSmithBailey Co CoSmithBailey
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SHOP SHOPWomens SHOPWomens
Womens Outfitters Exclusively ExclusivelyEXCLUSjVE ExclusivelyEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE EXCLUSjVETailor EXCLUSIVETailor
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100 a week 400 a month monthTHE nonthTHE
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