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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPT 5 1909
i I L NEW EUTAH UTAH HOTEL WilL BE A MARVEL Of COMfORT AND ElEfiANGE
r m
I Utah hotel now in co urse of construction
Th The tlah hotel a faithful represents replelentat
t rr D of which Is given above will be benr
nr 1 n completed according to plans of oft o ot f
t huilder one of the most beautiful beautifulstlri beautifuls
stlri s lries s In the United States It will
1 ten st111e8 high excepting < < the tower towerT
v T h I wIll be thirteen stoles Three Threeto
x to 1gS comprise the building the east andrr and andT
T rr t wings being about the same IIiae IIiaer
r 0 1 a t lx165 xI6 feet The center wing which whichc hich hichJrts
c Jrts n is these two wln wings ill about lOx80 lOx80f
f t tT
T l lobby > bby af the hotel will be equal In Inf inI
f or bauty auty to G those Gf many af the theIn thein
In larger cities of the country cauntJ The TheKfYNOTE TheKEYNOTE
KEYNOTE STRUCK STRUCKBY
BY THE THEGOVERNOR THEGOVERNORChief GOvrRNOR GOvrRNORChief
Chief Executive Addresses the theTeachers theTeachers
Teachers Assembled at La Lafayette Lafayette
fayette School SchoolHIS SchoolHIS
HIS WORDS OF PRAISE PRAISEASKS
ASKS FOR COOPERATION WITH WITHTHE WITHTHE
THE JUVENILE COURT COURTP1Jsing COURTrrrsntg
P1Jsing the teachers af the Salt Jake Lakey
y H1 1 schools far their part In placing placlnrt ing
t it ity and state preeminently bffore bfforet bef beft ore
t natir > n aa an educational center nter and andg ored
v g the hope that the teach rs Foul Fouli ould d
1 1nds nds with the juvenile court officers officersI a
i I benefit of the child GO Govern Governeeti ernor ernorm
1 I m Spry addressed a nota notable mettiog mettiogt m mr eeti
r t hr and nd principals at the Lafh LafhhJcl Lafayhurl
< hurl estenlaJ morning It wat watt w wt
t t irst meeting of importance nf th thE the theE e
E I yr ar and was attended ly reaii rEarly rEarlyr
y
c r principal and teacher In n tbe rlty rltyB
B is isT
T T r m meeting tlng Wall held In the asaembl asaembli bly y
2 L n Hili vas presided over by D H Ht Hrr
rr t n nsen > ipn superintendent of the city cityIi
Ii 1 s Superintendent Christensen n paid pat patof
8 j E r liin tribute to work the interest eintroducing of the thegfrnor
or n
gfrnor g in school work in Introducing Introducingltr e
ltr rnnd nd hlm himself elf made a few suggestion suuestianllt
t tit f princJpals and teachers in regard regardt d
t a t work to be carried out welcoming welcomingt
t r 1 bdlk to another years work workf
f address of Governor Governors GovernorsSpry Spry formed formedti form formf
ti k ky YI1ote note to tbe e years ear work as In the city cityF
F and will direct to an extent tbe tbeVi e
willduring during tothe
Vi k arrled arr d out durlnc the year yearInformal
Informal Talks TalksTp
Tp t tf lip P afternoon the teachers of the vat vadrools va var
r > drools met with the theinformal principals a In Int n
t ir hoots and bad badt Informal talk from fromt m
t mcipalli and some of the teachers tf8chersf
f tisors met with the principals rn rntr nd ndtr
tr J hr hf rr in some of the schools to outline outlineri
to ri for f r the early weeks of the thew new to tot term termv
v t 1 ii l starts Monday The new teacher ttacherllWir teachervvrr a
Wir shown about the buildings 80 aa t to toIt o
It v 1 the location af the rooms roomslm rooms1m
lm has there been a ptherlnr c f fE
E miny of the Salt Lake teaohellll ali aliYo a av
Yo v a > s rn at the mee meeting Dg in the Lafayett LafayettE dafayeitMusii P
E i MUSH was also furnished during durint duringt
t xHdtioe8 by the aa assembly embly ar leltch leltchCO
CO tJfhter bY Prof Professor uor W A Webleli
1 1 H llihlll nicharrla Is sang Honor and Armt Arm Armat
t Handel tl solo which won his great greatat greaF t
F ss at th Seattle eillteddfod Mr MrT MrL
L T iTds wa > warmly applauded by thThe the thetJ th e
tJ t i rR for hj his artistic rendition The Tbet Tht
t 0 f rs s sang America at the opening apenlngc
c tJI prognnl rogn + m and closed with the sing singfrj ingirg
frj f The StarF4pancled Banner BannerSrJrrintendnt Banners
s SrJrrintendnt rprrintend nt fhrlstensen paid a glow glowthute Iow Iowf
f b tfhute to tlw I m memory mory of two t teahe teahei a he m I
i t ti Jemlr rs or the board offdua offduat of edu a aV I
V t wno hay ha passed a R away during th thbran the the1r e
bran 1r Theyy The wr Miss Katheryn Canfteld Canfteldn
n t 3lrs Irs Tomlinson both teachers In the thehnals thee
e + hoots and Joseph Oberndorfer and andJj andJ
Jj J ig H P Hpnrtersen members of the thet
t n 01 uf PdUttinn PdUttinnJr edu + ntiun ntiunTr
Jr Alinbalgh pang Im So Sleepy Sleepyt
n t 1 r which Governor Spry was Intro Introo1
f o1 by Superintendent Christensen The Theg
g tlors Or address WIUI aa follows tallowsGovernors followsGovernors
Governors Addressr Address
r am not ashamed In the contelant confession
t tl t I feel pel Incompetent to entertain or orIn
In = t i runt Ct thlll gathering of teachers whose whoset wh whis
t ire > is s it I is to engage the attention of ofct ofrind
ct r and to Impart knowledge to those thosewn tho e etand
wn stand In need of It I am not given givenJ
J t nature or training to learned and slab elabdlssertaUons slabo
o dissertations al along pedqogieal pedqogiealm
hr m My experience In life baa nat led ledrn ledrt
rn like yours to the analytical study ofn of ofn
n mOFt r Intricate science scienceMy IIClenceM
M My observations must therefore beof be beor
or most practical nature with the hope hopet
t 3t t even on from the lips of one UnAC UnACf
f a jntrd with the technfcaltrainlng technical training and andthplTips andthfryrtPs
thplTips of your profession some word wordof
of practical benefit may tall If my re rerakB rer
rakB r < < arks may cover a wide field ot retlea retleatnn reeo reeotn
tn h 1 ill because of my great Interestfr Interest
fr an that pertains to the guiding of theminds the theminds
minds or the young youngThe youngThe
The state In one af whose educational oducatlanaldpartmpnts educationald
dpartmpnts d ° you are engaged occupies occupfesan
an enviable position among the common commonwealths OmmanWllth
Wllth of If the Union In the > pa altruar rof rofJft f fasurM
Jft f educational < development Masurpri Masurpribv asurM
bv prartlrl1ly e every pr tf test t of 1 modTl mod m e ecatoral
c1t catoral oal rt rcgairrnrnt ulr mCD t 1 Lh I stam > tan s well welll wellr
l
r
main entrance will be from South Temple Templestreet Templestreet
street though the carriage entrance will villbe
be through a spacious vestibule and halloff hall halloff
off Main street streetIn
In the basement ba ement will be the Immense ImmenseKrill immensegrill
Krill room about 164x64 feet the rooms roomsfor roolDllfor
for Turkish baths and an elegantly fitted fittedbarber fittedbarber
barber shop In addition to these therewill there therem
will < m be space far cold storage grocery groceryIItorage grocatystorage
storage rooms refrigerators butcher shop
bakery china and glallll reserve rooms roomsand roomsand
and the main kitchen The latter will be beon beon
on th the east side sideThe sideThe
The principal rooms on the ground floor flooriII floorwill
will iII be the dining room an the west side sidethe sidethe
the banking room on the corner and the theto theto
to the front and Is preeminent In the theitems theitems
items of appropriation school buildings butldlqsequipment buildingsequipment
equipment and teaching corps I there therefore therefore
fore congratulate you on the fact thatyou that thatyou
you are Identified with the schooltl of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah UtahThe
The calling at the school teacher Is 8 adignified 8dlgnifjd
dignified and noble oneexactlng and re responsible responsible
sponsible Personally I can conceive of ofno ofno
no loftier vocation than that af the In Individual individual
dividual whose business bu tness It Is to mould mouldand mouldand
and shape and direct In proper channels channelsthe
the young and tender mind A desired desiredend desiredend
end Is always most satisfactorily accom accomplished accomplished
plished through sacrifices The alms of of11fe oflife
life toward the consummation af which whichthe whichthe
the labor af our existence Is directed do dobut dobut
but seem larger and grander In their accomplishment ac accomplillhment
complillhment when that accomplishment accomplishmentcames
comes as the result of Individual sacrifice sacrificeand sacrificeand
and I have many times thought of the thegreat thegreat
great financial surrender force of power powermust powermust
must make when directed solely along educational ed educational
ucational lines To be plain I beUeve beUevethat believe believethat
that In proportion to the skill and train trainIng traintag
tag necessary and the services rendered renderedno
no calling of the day III so meagerly com compelUlated compensated
pelUlated as the calling of the schoolteacher school schoolteacher
teacher So that In choosing this employ emplayment employment
ment the Individual does 110 without hope hopoeof
of that IHr personal onal financial gain which Is I
the reward of honest labor and Intelligent intelligenteffort I Ieffort
effort In almost every other line of acUvity ac activity
tivity to which one may apply hlm himself elf elfTeaching
Teaching Is an Art ArthSchool
School teaching Is more than a vocation voca vocation
tion It Is an art demanding In its suc succesaful successful
cesaful practice the exercise af the high highest higheat
est mental moral and physical attributes attributesIt
It III a calling which carries with It the themost
most exacttng exactingreatrictionspatience reatrlctlonapatlence long longsuffering
suffering love Intelligence rare judg judgment judgment
ment discernment and a life above re reproach repreach
proach proachRegardless preach
Regardless af the fact that you have havetrained havetrained
trained yourselves by long and careful carefulIItudy carefulstudy
study mapped out by tho those e who have havemade havemade
made a Ute consideration of teaching tfachlngnotwithstanding teachingnotwithstanding
notwithstanding you have mastered the thetheaI
theaI theory of teaching there are certain fun
damental requirements In the successful succe8lfulmanagement successfulmanagement
management of the child apparent even evento evento
to the layman that must be followed followedand
and at the risk of Invading the pedagog
Ical field I shall make mention ot them
Granting the scholastic attainments of ofthe
the teacher and speaking from canclu cancluIIlons conclusions
IIlons baaed entirely upon personal obser observation observation
vation and experience I am satisfied thatthe that thatthe
the greatest factor in the success at the theteacher theteacher
teacher comes from his study ot the In
dividual child and the chllds environ tnvlronment
ment With the advan advancing lng civilization chlIIzaUonand
and Intelligence of the people as a class clall8there classthere
there have d developed veloped higher methods of ofeducatlan ofeducation
education tho old ways aYII have given place
to new and better means or Importing
knowledge our entire educational system
has adjusted Itself to meet the new con
dition While hile this great change has hasworked
worked a marvel In the systematizing ofeducation of ofeducation
education and methods af teachlngfter teachlngfterall
all the real problemthe child with Its
Individual trait ot characterhame fn fnvironment environment
vironment Intellectual capacitytails capacitytailsupon
upon the teacher In the dally associations U80Ctationswith
with the pupil No lIy system tem of education
however perfect will ever ev entirely elimi eliminate eliminate
nate this problemlt belongs to and ran rannot
not be divorced from him or her whopresides who whopreeldes
presides In the school ch < Ol room
And therein I take It lies the exact
lug and difficult r8qulremellt of the
teachers calling It III thlll point thatrobs that thatTObs
robs the profession of teaching of rules
and strict methods of procedure and
places the teacher upon his Individual
tact and resource
The sows his grain and knows
that with proper care and attention he
will reap a harvest the mechanic wields
the tools of his trade with uerfect know i
edge of What each stroke will bring the
artist approaches a land landscape cape with rea
wnable allllUrsnce that natures plctdre
will be transferred to hill antes the
IIClentlllt applies rules In his research that
must bring Invariable results But the
schoolmaster enters the porta portals l at the
achoolroomga2ell Into the faces of the
shy and the bold the strong and the
weak the trulIUn trusting and the auspicious the
robust and the pun and before him are
as man many varied dispositions as many
childish ambitious hopes as there are pn
plls And somewhere In a vague back
ground lurk the Imprelllfes of the stubborn
patrimonte of ancestry the unyielding In
nuence of environment and the differen
tial characterlllUcl that parental supervl
8Ion has developed develapedAnd
And to brln bring harmony and unltarm
ity of purpose and unity of means to an
end out of tblll wide range of human
traits without dstroylnl th Individual
Ity of a single child fa the tk lCOfI1umed
ty the school teacher r fin inherent de
Ire for knowledge found In every child
make the tak po possible possibleBut slble slbleBut
But even with this stem all ally and
the support at an enlightened system of ofImpRrtlng ofimparting
imparting Information these thtl remains the theall theall
all tlportRnt task af ferltIt out hy
paInstaking labor the pE peruiar u I fists with withrei withred
red Lion to each hild d and tt > P adjusting ndJustlnrod
rod FUng sat ng arj aright ht Jf H1P t < 1 1jOgs inns whlrh
11 do nt harmnizc harm drtizc And this must bo
lobby The finish af the lobby will be bemahagany bemahogany
mahogany while the woodwork of the thedining thedining
dining room will ill be oak The bank will wt11be willbe
be finished In birch birchStatelY birchStately
StatelY columns act 811 a support for forthe forthe
the interior and lend dignity and beauty beautyto
to thE lar large lobby k > bby At the extreme north nortbend northend
end of the lobby will be three pa passenger passengerelevators enger engerelevatar
elevators and back af them twq service serviceele serviceelevators
ele elevators ators and a freight elevator all oper operated eperated
ated by electricity The office will be beon beon
on the east side of thelob the lobby y back of the thetwo thetwo
two stores which will 111 be built east of ofthe ofthe
the main entrance It 15 probable that thatone thatone
one af these stores will be occupied by bythe bythe
the Z C M I drug department departmentI
I done by firm yet sympatheU willby willbypatience willbypatience
patience and love loeOutside loveOutside
Outside the Schoolroom SchoolroomhI
hI I have mentioned this tCltlire of your yourork yourwork
work ork far the reason that It t leads to thediscussion the thei
discussion i of a subject Put haM eugag ell i ° J 1my Jmy
my atl attention < ntion with 1 a peculiarly faliClnat faliClnatIng fascinating
Ing Interest anj I am glad that IW Ideal Idealan
an opportunity has presented for bring brln brlnIng
Ing to your notice a phase of education educationthat
that II is carried on without the schoolroom schoolroomand
and yet 16 so closel closely related to It that thatIts thatits
Its separation from school work is Im Impracticable impracticable
practicable I wish I might say Its sep separaUon separation
araUon Is Impossible ImpossibleI
I refer to the vexed problem of the thejuvenile thejuvenile
juvenile delinquent and the jufenlle court courtprocedure courtprocedure
procedure which has been found n neces necesaRry Ce8 Ce8sary
sary In an effort to check the wayward waywardtendencies waywardtendencies
tendencies tendenciesIn
In approaching this subject sub t I am amaware amaware
aware af the fact that the juvenile delin delinquent delinquent
quent has been the inspiration far elabo elaborate elaborate
rate psychological treatisethat the besteducators best beeteducators
educators of our age have wrestled with withthe withthe
the mooted problem I am glad for thisand this thisand
and sincerely trust that the efforts put putfarth putforth
forth In this direction may bear fruit In Ina ina
a more advanced method of handling so soerlous soserious
serious a situation situationIn
In the meantime do not lose sight of ofthe ofthe
the fact that the problem of delinquency delinquencyand
and the great question of a proper care careof careof
of dependent neglected and illtreatedchildren illtreated illtreatedchildren
children II with us dally I need but buthint buthint
hint at the reckless s parental jurisdiction jurlldictlonaf
af children which ofttimes you encounter encounterto
to awaken In your our hearts the deepest deepestsmpathy deepestsympathy
sympathy for the poor little urchins urchinswhom urchinswhom
whom fortune has deprived In so man manway many manyways
way of the strong uplifting Influence of ofa ofa
a good home and the wholesome Inspira Inspiration Inspiration
tion of upright parentage parentageI
I know that your hearts go out to tothem tothem
them In their unfortunate circumstances circumstancesthat
that your hands are extended to lift 11ftthem liftthem
them above their surroundings and savethem save savethem
them from the Influence of their associa associaUOUII associations
UOUII I know too that the officers of ofthe ofthe
the Juvenile court within our capital capitalcity capitalcity
city are constantly engaged In the labor laborof
of handling an everIncreasing number numberof
of youthful delinquents delinquentsOur
Our legislature has not fully sensed the
Importance of this work of reforming the theoungle8filtwl theyoungleastwise
oungle8filtwl e It has tailed to make makeprovlllian makeprovision
provlllian for the extensive operation af afthe ofthe
the reformation system inaugurated InaulturatedPer
Per Personally onally I believe this work would be bemost bemost
most effective If carried on without
financial compensation to those engaged
In It but volunteers In the field of labor laborare laborare
are Indeed few In the meantime ham hampered hampered
pered as we are far funds to employ offi officials offielsie
elsie to devote their time to the work warkconvinced workconvinced
convinced of Its great benefit to the per perverse perverse
verse child and Impres impressed e with Its great greatvalue greatvalue
value to the state In saving boys and andllrls andgirls
girls to useful citizenship I appeal to toyau toyou
you who next to the parents are near nearest nearest
est the child In the matter af supervi supervision supervlalon
sion to lend all th the moral and material materiallIupport materialsupport
support possible In the work workI
I believe I have alr already dy made It plain
that I sense the onerous nature of your
duties I anI only wish It were possible to toreduce toreduce
reduce the number at pupils under each
teacher from ffi 6 to 50 per cent but we weneed weneed
need the help of you who can find the
hearts at the children childrenThe childrenThe
The new school year It is at hand Man Manof Many
of the untractable children will find
their Wl way Into the schools Mark themand them themand
and make It an individual matter to twine twineabout twineabout
about their responsive natures tit the tender tenderand tenderand
and clinging chords of lave and affection
If you will but reach them the confidence confidencegained confidencegained
gained will awaken In them the desire to toserve toserve
serve and the lesson of obedience Is
learned
Hope for the Future FutureIn
In passing this phase of the subject I Iwlllh Iwish
wlllh to go of record as expressing the
hope that the future may bring an even evenclO8er evencloser
closer relationship between the work of ofreclaiming ofreclaiming
reclaiming the wayward child and the theschool theschool
school teacher It III an undertaking at atonce atonce
once 110 momentous and of so delicate a anature anature
nature a8 to demand In Its accomplish accomplishment
ment the training experience and re reMOurce resource
source of those only who have special
Ized And the well equipped school Ichoolteacher schoolteacher
teacher In my judgment has the quall qua11fleations quallfleatlOD8
fleatlOD8 to befit serve the end and carry carryout carryout
out the Intent and spirit of the law lnwThe lawThe
The aim of the Juvenile court I take takpIt
It Is to correct and restrain without withoutbrandln1 withoutbranding
branding the delinquent with the stigma stigmaof
of criminal procedure and criminal pen penalty penalty
alty and where necessary to punish punishvithout punishwithout
without sUbmitting the offending juve juvenil juvenile
nil nile to th the association of the older vl vlclous viclous
clous and confirmed wrongdoers and anderlminaill anderiminals
erlminaill erlminaillMay eriminalsMay
May I not on this O occasion < with pro pronrlety pronrlety
nrlety voice an appeal to each of you youhero youhere
hero present to Join hands with the juvenile juve juvenile
nile court authorities In this Important Importantworlt
work worltThe workThe
The Impress made upon the youthful youthfulmind i imind
mind by you au during your days of asso association association
ciation In the class recitations an never npvprIn
In this mortal state 00 removed Eager Eagertrustlnjt Eagertrusting
trusting susleptlble thEse little engines
r Intelligence r ome to your feet first firstwith firstwith
with shy reserve or sullen diffidence as
The grand ball room the upper room roomthe roo roothe
the mUmclana musicians stand and the retiring retiringloom retiringtooth
loom occupy the whole north aDd lIOuth lIOuthdtmenlon soul souldimension h
dimension of the building buildingThe buildingThe
The plellldents suite Is the name namegiven na nagiven me
given to the finest suite In the buDdlnt
This will 111 be located on the second noor noorat flooat r
at the southwest corner of the building buildingand
and will consist of a library parlor din dinIn dinleg
In leg room reception room and chamber chamberThis chamberThis
This suite wII lbe finlllhed la mahogany mahoganyThere mahoganyThere
There will be 4BD guest rooms In th thhotel the thehotel e
hotel all to be finished In birch and andequipped an anequipped d
equipped with all the latest Improve Improvementa improvementa
menta mentathey mentathey
they leave the mothers knee and enter enternew a anew
new and strange world Next with eonffdence confi confidence
dence and kind persua persuasion lon you win them themand the theand m
and then begins that gradual unfoldinprocess unfolding unfoldingprGCe8
process af the wonders of life and naLure na nature
Lure through education And because af afthe o othe f
the sheer glory of it all the little child childplaceR chitplaces d
placeR you hill teacher on a pedestal ami amiou are areyou l
you ou become forth forthwith < lth his Ideal and hi hichildish his hischlldltth 9
childish idol No shrine has been mo morichly more morerichly re 9re
richly adorned than the altar of f the thechoolmasler th thschoolmaster ree e
schoolmaster strewn as it Is with the theoounteous th thbounteous e
bounteous offerings ot Innocence and pure purechildhood pu puchildhood re ere
childhoodStripped childhood childhoodStrJltpea
Stripped af that Indifference with withwhich witwhich reh h
which frequent association Is 110 apt t tshroud to toshroud e
shroud considerations at greatest concern concernand concernand
and examined at the very core what whatnoble a anoble
noble what a grand calling the vocatioof vocation vocationof n an an
of the school teacher III The vocation vocationthat vocattothat n
that bids the fond and solicitous parent parenttrullt parentrust t
trust to its ke keeping plng and guidance ldance the themoat th thmost e te
moat cherished and sacred possession > n af o f
life
Viewed from this standpoint can canutter I Iutter
utter one word that win emphasize the thesacred th thsacred e
sacred duty you owe the parent the thecblld th thchild e
child humanity and yoUrselvesthat ab
ligation that can be dl discharged anly onl onlthrough y I
through lives of purity un8elflllhness S Sand I
and honor There comes a time In the thestudents th thstudenta e
students Ie when the wron wrong acts 01 01those o 1 1those
those who direct him have less le Influerno Influernoupon Inoue Inoueupon 1C0
upon his personality save to make him himthe hi hithe m
the stronger in resisting evil but now in inyouth ii iiyouth
youth when the habits and thoughts af afa o oa
a lifetime are being farmed the mor morobligation moral moralabliatian al
obligation Is yours to so 1 < 0 conduct you n
lives that your every act is above lIuspi lIuspicion suspidon
don or reproach reproachAn
An earnest appeal Is going up from the thephllOlOphers tit titphilosophers
philosophers and philanthropist the th
thinkers of today that here in America
the youth male and female hall no nopass not notpaM t
paM through life without realllllng BOme BOmespiritual somspiritual e
spiritual development and the unfoldinof unfolding g
of that insight and affection that rverence rever reverence
ence for deity which should be the aolpurpose aol IOlepurpose e
purpose in life An Ideal education in includes ineludes
eludes the harmonious development of ofphysical o ophysical
physical mental moral and IIplritual IIplritualnature sptritunature
nature natureThankful natureThankful
Thankful for that wellestablished sen
timent and law which prohibits the in
jectlo of the exposition ex IUon of any creed o or
dogma In our pUblic school system I am amnone a anone
none the less ea solicitous far the establish establihment establishmeat
meat of a reverence for deity In n the theoung th thyoung e
young af the land through the medium o af
the school and the grounding af slran slranmaral stronmoral
moral principles which are the life and andStrength an anstrength
Strength of our national supremacy
hAn An article In One ne af the leading Amer
lean journals which recently came to my m mnotice Y
notice among other things contained th
following If some patriot could c corn m e
forward and with persistent voice com compel cornpal
pal a hearing saying fellow citizens ffifn ffifnRnd me meand n
and women women of education let us be trul trulpatrlotlc trulpatriotic
patriotic true to the Ideal of Amlri a
Let us consign to the
second place o omerely I 1 1merely
merely personal position and let us ra ris is
to the first place in the public inter < s sa
8 loyal devotion to the true the spirltu spirltuwellbeing spirituwellbeing s
wellbeing of our fellow clti citizens ns all dnl dnleach tin tineach sk
each male and female > L Let t us think thinkmore thirdmore k
more nght Ilghty of fine houses fine cloth clotheh
fine carriages fine horses broad Wl are areand > S Sand
and all other worldly and material things s
that minister to a nter e animal and tem temporal ternporal
poral satisfaction and let UII seek to su suround sur surround r
round ourselves with fine men and fin finwomen finwomen
women broad minded deep hearted Ital heartedstrong fI fIstrOng
strOng willed beings who to all eternity eternitymay eternitymay
may through their wisdom love and pn pnrgy energy
ergy rgy be a joy to themselves and us usIn usIn
In this day when mens energies are di directed direeled
reeled toward material and worldly pur pursuits pursuits
suits thlll sentiment bas a wholellOme wholellOmering wholesomring e
ring I commend It to you as contalnlni
for thoughtful reflection reflectionI
I have frequently fr Quently called attention to tothe t tthe o
the fact that here In Utah the time f fripe Is Isripe
ripe for a better understanding between betweenthe betweethe n
the various Int intsreata re8ts of our state and It i
Is my Inbtntlan to make mention af the thematter th e
matter until the evil Is overcome The Theblckerlngs Th Thbickerings
blckerlngs and strife should be lad ladaside laid laidaside d
aside and the splendid energies that ar are e
being wasted In stirring up millunder millunderstanding miaunderstanding
standing should be devoted to a harmony harmonious
ous movement far the
upbulldlng of aur aurcammonwealth ou oucommonwealth r
commonwealth a movement In which whichneither whicneither h
neither creed nor prejudice shall dictate hr
You of the choolll ha have it within your yourpower youpower r
power to lend a wonderful Influenct e
toward the elimination of this blight
upoour upon uponQur n
our growth In n the result of your work won k nk
the state has a great Interest As em
ploes of her school system you art e
bound by every ti tin of honorable upright t
employment Above all you owe the th
state fidelity and loyalty If the time
ever comes when you fl
you cannot t
peak a good word for Ptah you bad best t
resign your employment nt In her behalf be e
fore you dishonor the th trust by speaking
III of her JterOur herOur 8
Our school system Is growing eacb sac
year In Importane and efficiency Your r
work In the school rooms 16 bearing
g
fruit In a generation af intelligent IIp I
rIght boy and girls WhO are > distinguish
big themselves ill thE higher institution s
of learning of the land and In the vad I
aus walk f lir Tn aU of which we tak
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By L E Farnsworths Chiropra Chiropractic tic ticAdjustments 1 1Adjustments
Adjustments AdjustmentsTbe
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The Treatments That of Produce Results ResultsTo
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To the confirmed coi coiof of rmed sufferer who desires results instead of ofpromises ofPromises
promises as a relief of their ailment the O1iiroP Jhiroplactic ractic ad adjustments adjustments
justments as given by Dr Farnsworth prove u boon for
L 1 E i F i ICnURTH ICnURTHthose r11 r11those
those are the treatments that work a as nahnp ha wiJ n ll led
Mme DeL DeLane ne Expert
> and act as mlturos iititttr ts first assistant in eorreeting the ills that
Masseurlste and
come of disarranged human organs When aU the reme
Chlropr ChiroPracfior ctor
dies recommended d and
prescribed by the medical or surge
Th benefIt attained uttull ed by SCl sci
entlflc Chiropractic adjust adjustmarts gal prnctitioiJels h have ve failed to brin bring g gments about the de desired Ied
marts or MassMassage MassMassageovei lnssnge treatments treatmentsco results the dllgless method has accomplIshed permanent permanentas
as a means of ofMassMassage ovei overco co > Jillg n1llg fe clues And why Y Because ecause the one vital point that of 10 10male lomale
male weaknesses and bodily eating ng the direct cnl1 cause e has been overlooked in the primary PlimaryI l
I imperfections are undeniable diagnosis of the th C8 case Look first to the cause and ad over overRnd overand
and Salt Luke women have come that camrol cause r The result is Ulen then Il mere matter of n8
been quiek nni ck to recognize reco ize the
fact Mme DeLanes t s success successIlan tire punuiuno P 0 0has her course which can o only n 1 y lead l to speedy
has been phenomenal follow und permanent fure fureing cure curei
ing i ng her announcement of last I Investigate lgnvest ate the Chiropractic methods as practiced by
Sunday y Mme DeLano gives Doctor L E + Farnsworth Salt Lakes s Eminent t Drl1glesR
Chi C 11 i r 0 p r act a c t i l c adjustments healer and yoIi you ou will be convinced of the reasonableness rea
Body or Facial Massages for of his theories which are substantially r backed np by le
the correction of fe female ale dis ordsf ol cis of the wo wonders ders 1m h has worked here in this city among
eases or for the building up p of the SIck ek and hsibled hsibledoverworked Ilsjbledoverworked
overworked constitutions Con
D Doctor octor Farnsworth deals alone With the cau cause e of t the h e dls
8U sult It 1 lhne me DeLane D e I Ano and ane I learn earn
your t true rue con condition dt 1 IOn ease and cooperates cool > ehates with nature to make t the h e cnre com
plete and permanent That IS is why he has at atlaine4 uned fame fameand fameand
and been given b credit for apparently superhuman n accomplishments accomplihmentsIf
If you are a sufferer from Rheumatism Epilepsy N Neuralgia b Spinal Curvature Spinal
Facture Dyspepsia Indigestion Kidney Bladder or Liver Troubles or dise diseases e peculiar peculiarto P liar
to the female sex it is to your advantage to consult Doctor Farnsworth who will tell tellyou tellSou
you without question the nature and cause of y y inr ur affliction and will also tell you frankly franklywhether
whether or not he can c correct rrect the irregularity Remember always that Doctor Farns Farnsworth
worth does not claim to cure every disease and and will not under any circumstances con consent
sent to treat a patient unless he can assure a cure Investigate his Drugless Method MethodExamination MethodExamination
Examination and C Consultation nsultation Free FreeUtah
Utah Drugless Institute 210 Boyd Park qPark Auerbach Building BuildingOffice
Office Hours 9 to 12 12a a m 2 to 5 p m mFEMALE
FEMALE TROUBLES TROUBLESARE
ARE CURED BY NEW SCIENCE SCIENCEMany
Many Salt Lake Women Are Now Being Treated and Are ArePermanently
Permanently Cured CuredThe
The new twentieth century science of Chiropractic Is now acknowl fi
lEdged by experts t to be one of the surest and most effective eur curse 8
1 known for Paralysis Epilepsy Bladder Kidney and Stomach Tr 11ettDle ubl <
S Constipation Plies Neuralgia Headache Backache Rheumatism and
the many other distressing ills common among women womenCa1Je8
Cases ot long standing are relieved In a short time and permastatltly tly
cured by a regular oourae mur e of treatment Man Many Salt Lake women who whoconsidered whoconsidered
considered them themselves elveil Incurable have been permanently cured by Mrs
Pickard and are now tree from any dl disorder oMer oMerChiropractic
Chiropractic Is nQt a faith cure but Is a natural drugless treatment tntmentwhich treatmentwhich
which searches out and removes the cause of the trouble Rheumatism RheumatJsmand
and neuralgia are mOst trouble troublesome ome at this time ot the year but Cbfra Cbfrapractic
practic relieves the distress quickly QUickld
d w Chiropractic Is a sate lIate and agreeable treatment and builds up the theiK ther
r nervous system systemMrs
Mrs Pickard fa 1waya glad to explain the treatment and furnish
1 j any iK information desired Coil and see her today It your cane is tn
r r curable she will tell you so and there f will be no Gg charge ffi ffiAA If she can
r cure you as she is caring others there will be a moderate charge Yrs
AA jiK Pickard will not accept any case that she III not confident she can cure cures
sr > s 1 t s In a rea reasonable oDab1e lengtu of time Your case II not hopeless unless Chiro
L i practlc hall been bet > n thoroughly tried and has
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