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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPT 8 1909
8RANSfORD Will WILLC
C IF 1FHE HE IS fORCED fORCEDJoe i
I Joe LipPJ11ans LipprnanspoIiIical Political Aspira Aspirations
tions Go GJirnmerlng Giimmeringas I
j
as Forecasted Forecastedst I II I Ito
st to Lippmans stock drnpPl 1 out ut of nf2ght i
8ght In the political markN t tt > rdy rdyand
and lIayor J S Bransfords stlk vt t nt ntUl t tun
Ul to a point which aurfS him him t1t t1tIJminatinn t tnminatlon
l IJminatinn for mayor agaiTl by lh lhAnhrlcan
Anhrlcan part part1I party3lost
1I 3lost st significant howEv r is the fact
7 that Mayor Braru ford has ha dla hingej ngfl hI hItnlnl himind
mind regarding u nominttinn < Ind a athoulh at atthiugi
thoulh hI says t would ratltr wrk w irk
for SV V Mont Ferry thall r fr < lr himdf himdf11e lilni ei eiQ
Q 11e e admits that he would a 1k ke lh rIY1 rIY1Inntion rn rn1nt
Inntion 1nt turn It It shojd shot d be fore ford v zwn i n nf
I111n I111nlrflm
f lrflm Irtnhincnt 11lnt busln business s men of th mer meriCll merICilil
iCll ICilil 1 party sfttled thE r rt l f th the lro lrogrlm irigrim
grim ystrday at a milting ea 1 1 1W ly
W J Halloran E l P Colbl l W M nt
Ferry F rry an and A J DaVis which fnnn fbl rn t a
Y little > auxllia auxiliary r machine which wi wil r rsuit >
6 suit in placing BtaMtoPd at the 1 h1 < 1 of ofthl f fth
thl > KEcarIl K arzi ticket fo for the comla ty tyeetin iye1tirn
eetin lrJencJs rJen4 of the mayor klllw klllwthllt ki w wU
U thllt this meeting was all that would b bl1ecry hflecary
l1ecry to get him In line to acpt opt optthe
the nomination l nd thE little meeting meetingof
w of f yesterday accomplished the desired desiredresult desiredresult
result resultHIGH resultUOH
HIGH SCHOOL SCllOOPENS SCllOOPENSROOMS OPENS OPENSROOMS
ROOMS ALL A1 FILLED FILLEDCommandant FIftEDA
A Commandant of Cadet Battalion Tells TellsTeaohers TellsL
L Teachers and Pupils Something
t More About Seattle Tip
I 3 The Salt Lake High school from the theIolence theoIance
Iolence building to the main the union unioni
i to the gymnasium was overrun with withstudents withstudents
students yesterday when the i > uglers at
the th main entrance sounded the familiar familiarschool familiarschoo1
school canAn can callAn
An jnter88t1n feature In connection connectionwith conneetlonwith
with the Iprge class of graduate which whichI
I le lefi th the Hfp school last June Is the
f tact that only Ave or six out of that thatiaumber
11 umber do not > t enter the University of ofi ofLtah
Ltah or these two go to California
Professor George A Ea Eaton ton called the
fa faculty < ulty together at 11 a In ye yesterday terday
banges In books and line of study
j i have bee been > > made and the rrlnclpal principal III IIIarx10us
anions to have the school organized organisedj
j b by Thursday morning Commandant
William C Webb of the cadets enter entertained entertamed
tamed the teachers for several mInutes mInuteswltl minuteswIt1
wltl interesting stories In connection connectionwith
I with the tnp to Seattle
AMERICAN CLUB HAS HASL flASECTED
L CTED OFFIC OFFICERS OFFICERSAt RS RSAt
At a meeting of the American club held
last night A J 1 Da Davis s was unanimously
hosen president Joseph M Cohen first flritvlel firstS
vlel S lee president H H Kinsman second secondie econdyice
yice ie president < nt 3 B Moreton third vice vicenesldent viceir
ir nesldent P E Connor secretary J JcKlnney W WcKiuney
cKlnney treasurer X A Dougbfrty
Frank Matthews J 1 R Dye Je Jesse e Bar BarJ1ett BarTett
J1ett and Charles Weaver There were wereIhort wereort
Ihort ort talks by J E Darmer A J 1 Peber Webeta
8 nd others The club will meet next week weekto weekmake
to make prellmtnaty arrangements for the theam theI
I am ampan The election ef t officers was wasI u
1 avorable to Lippman since all of them themlle
lle t ic known to favor him for mayor The ThecllUlan
cllUlan forces made no fight at th thlUcetiaa the theBusinesscoll
lUcetiaa
Business Businesscoll Ooll ge geTbe geThe
The Latterday Sl SInts nts Bneaa Col
Jege win open Sept II 11Ot Instruc Instruct
t ion will be given In the folloJilng folloJilngfOUIMII foIloingourses
fOUIMII English Bookkeeping Stenog Stenography Stenography
raphy Typewriting Penmanship Penmanshipo1UDweial
I o1UDweial Arithmetic Commercial
Law Telegraph Vocal Music Phy PhysiCal l ltal
Cal Training A night school will be beconducted beconducted
conducted from October tin April Aprilrite AprilWTrite
WTrite rite for catalogue and terms teymihones Both Bothlholl4Nl
lholl4Nl aG aGLand 2
Land Opening Sept 20 20t 20At
At t MJlner Ida 3000 000 acres absolutely
firsteJae and In the famous Twin TwinFall TwinFalls
Fall country Write for de descriptive cripttve cripttvelitertlture
literature to Twin Falls Oakley Land LandVater I IVater
Vater Co Jlllner Ida IdaCutle IdaCastle
Castle Gate and Clear Creek Coal will willremain willremain
remain 675 per ton delivered delleredB4UmERGER deliveredBABEBGER
B4UmERGER COAL COMP COMPANY COMPANYTribuneReporter Y
1 1TrlbuneReporter
TrlbuneReporter Printing Co CoWe Cot
t s We West t Second South Phones ilS
Royal Stale Staleflread Dread Depot DepotOpen DepotOpen
Open every mom1n morning Entrance on onThird onThird
Third South Good bread very choMp choMpCa cheepCastle
I
Ca Castle Ue Gate and Iear C Cret 1r Coal will willremain wilticirnain
remain 676 per ton delivered deliveredBA1IBER deliveredBAMBERER
BA1IBER BAMBERER ER COAL COItIP COMPANY COMPANYCASTOR AXY AXYCASTOR
CASTOR IA IAFor
For Infants and Childlan ChildlanThe
1 The Kind You Have Always Bought BoughtBears BoughtVHARLES
Bears the v vSlgnatureoC
SlgnatureoC SlgnatureoCCHAnLES
CHAnLES FLIZELr serving 10 da days 11 for forctrunk6lUle forIrunkenliese
ctrunk6lUle was taken with a peculiar IEcullBr8troke peculiarstroke
stroke In his eli II at the rity < Ity jail last lutnllltlt lasttiight
nllltlt and wu removed to the Holy
Cross hospital In a prt precarious > eariouB condi condition conjIlion
lion At the hospital It was found that thatthe thatthe
the muscles and nen nerves s of his right aide aidewen sidewerb
wen completely paralyzed At an early
bour lb this MOrning he was in grave dan dancer dencer
cer of t1ln t1lnGO dying dyingGO
GO TO YELLOWSTONE PARK PARKFIRST PARKFIRST
FIRST CLASS CLASSSept CLASSsept
Sept 16 via Oregon Short Line Only
Uj for complete ftveday tour with Wltbaccommodlltionli withiecomrnodatIons
accommodlltionli at the five fly large psrk rk
hotel 1 this rate Including rail and andrtagE andrtage
rtagE fxP expcnes < n5el City Ticket Office 201 201raln
Main street streett streetOWING
t WING > TO ThE FACT that some of the thecouneflmen thecounCilMen
counCilMen had Ine out of the city
that othai wanted to hear YayorDa Mayor Da DasId
1d S ROM t talk Ik on temperance and still stillothers m mothr
others wished to attend the meetl meetIng of ofthe ofthe
the ArmBican rnmican club there W8 no meet
Ing of the city council 1a last t night nightsap
sap sapAY
AYP AY P EXPOSITION RATES RATESVia RATESVia
Via Orcgotl Short Line R R RU900 R39OO
U900 from Salt Lake to Seattle and andreturn andreturn
return on sale d daily lly commencing Jun JunAik
I
J Aik agents for further particulars particularsCity partleulapaCity
City ticket office ouIlce2IlMaIn 211 Main street streetEETHER streetETHERGUSSAROW
EETHER ETHERGUSSAROW GUSSA ROW of 101 l4ISThird Thin are alreDue areflue
Due narrowly escaped death by drown drownIng drownInc
Inc In City creek near Canyon road late latenight later
r last night when she walked over the en enbankment enT
T bankment Into the creek mistaking htr htrP hrpth
P pth th In th dark Her cries brought aM aMfrom skifrom
from nearby residents who pulled her belfrom herfrom
from the water In a semiconscious con condition condition
dition ditionMrs ditionMrs
Mrs Winslows Instows Soothing Syrup Syruphas Syruphas
has been used for YEARS by MJLLJOX MJLLJOXot >
t ot OTHERS for their CHILDREN CHILDRENWIIILF CHILDrtNWJULF
WIIILF TEETHING with PERFBClHCCESS PERFBCl pjRFgcrSUCCESS
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILD CHILDROFT CHILDSOFTlNS
ROFT SOFTlNS NS the GUMS ALLA ALLAIS YS J j jPAP
PAIN PAP CURES WIND COLIC and Is the thebut thebestreifledY
but bestreifledY remedy for DIARRHOfA Sold by byDruggists byruggiStS
Druggists tn every part of the world He Hesure Besire
sure and ask for Mrs nslows Sooth Soothjng Soothing
jng Syrup and take no o other hr kind IdndTwentyfive kindflWentyfIve
Twentyfive cuts 0 bottle GUAItAi GUAItAifEED GUArtANT
T fEED UNDER THE FOOD JOD ANIJYRtO ANIJYRtOMT AIJ LHUU LHUUT
MT T June 1911 SERIAL ltlA1to ltlA1to1CQS CMt4 CMt41c
1CQS 1c
DAVID S ROSE ROSEMayor BOSEMayor
Mayor of Milwaukee Who Made a Powerful Address on True Temper Temperance
ance at he Salt Like Theatre Last Night
AN ABLE PLEA IS MADE MADEFOR MADEFOR
FOR INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY LIBERTYContinued LIBERTYContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Milwaukee 1Milwaukee
Milwaukee on True Temperan Be Before Before
fore he speaks It gives l1e ie great pleas pleasUn
Un to Introduce to you Mayor John S SBransford SBransford
Bransford of Salt Lake LakeMayor LakeMayor
Mayor Bransford was received with Ith a aprolonlJed aprolonged
prolonged round of applause He we wecorned wecorned
corned Mayor Rose to Salt Lake In be behalt behalf
halt of Its citizens He said that the thevllllt thevisit
vllllt ot the mayor of Milwaukee e was wasone wasone
one of great Instruction to him Mayor MayorBranllford MayorBransford
Branllford and Mayor Rose went over overthe overthe
the clt city In an automobile aU day yes yesterday yesterday
terday and Mayor Rose spoke In high hllJhterms highterms
terms of the city and its public Im Improvements unprovements
provements Mayor BralUltor Intro Introduced introduced
duced Ka Ma3nr or Rose who Wu given ven a at agreat
great t ovation ovationPraises ovationPraises
Praises Salt Lake LakeHad LakeHad
Had all of the good ood people of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake evacuated their city began n May Mayor
or Rose before my coming I still stillwould stillwould
would have been able t to form a correct correcte correctestimate
e estimate of their character by the work workof
of their hands I know of no city In the theworld theworld
world that surpasses In beauty this thischanning thischarming
charming city of yours n nestled tid In a apeactul apeaceful
peaceful valley with gorjJel gorgeous > UB mowtains mow mountalus
talus as It its background 1 was at Fort FortDouglasthll FortDouglasthis
Douglasthll afternoon Pond looking out outfrom outfrom
from that tableland I beheld the meet mratbeautiful meetbeautiful
beautiful panorama that It t has ever cerbeen everbeen
been my good fortune to BeeAfter Bee seeAfter
After vt vtitlng < ritlng your beautiful city cityafter cityafter
after seeing the aesthetic taste th cut culture cutture
ture and refinement eviden evidenced In your yourmagnificent yourmagnificent
magnificent homfSr homs after viewing your YfurpUblic yourpublic
pUblic improvements your splendid slendldschools splendidschools
schools and public buildings I can WEll WEllunderstand wellunderstand
understand your praiseworthy civic cliepride civicpride
pride While I have been her I have havebeen havebeen
been discussing with your governor and andyour andyour
your mayor the civic problems that al alford atford
ford an interesting study for tho those In Incbal1e Incharge
charge of the administrative depart department department
ment Qf public affairs But this study studymould studyshould
mould not be confined ta t your our pUblic pUblicoftlcers pubileofficers
officers It Is the duty of each citl5el1 citl5el1to
to make of his publl affairs a sincere llincereand sincereand
and earnest study atudyTbe studyThe
The people of the east and Evtn et etlhemlddle cfthe
lhemlddle the middle west have a small undEr undErof undcrtantg
tantg of th the great greatu greatoma u oma 1l we wcat at of
LCIIlying
lying dormant for years and when ilte ilteat they theyat
at last cross the Mliur U urj they listen for forthe forthe
the warwhoop of the Indian that truck struckterror trucktftror
terror to the hearts of the hardy plo ploDftI8 ploThe
DftI8 DftI8The
The lJUc uccss s of thll great empire Is Ismarked Ismarked
marked n the zravs f the inferd inferdthat iOwersthat
that line the abandoned trails It Is Isspelled Isspelled
spelled In the courage of f the young men menwho menwho
who left homes of ease and luxury to tobla toblaze
bla blaze UM trail across the wlldt wilderness > me s It Itis Itis
is written In the 4evoUon and sacrifice sacrlftceof
of thah thatsplendld plendld womanhood that fol followed followed
lowed the lonely trail to the spot de destined tiestifled
stifled to become a garden In the midst midstof
of a desert Because of this courage couragethis couragethis
this devotion and this sacrifice Utah UtahIs
Is destined to become one of the richest rlehelltstates richeststates
states In that brilliant constellation that thattonns thatfonna
tonns tWs federal Union UnionMomentous UnionMomentous
Momentous Question QuestionMy
My countrymen I come her to dill dillcut diecues
cut a question t tiat at apnals PIfl I with SAIil SAIilvigor greaLvigor
vigor to the manhood thE loyalty and andthe andthe
the fairness of every American citizen citizenIn
In discussing tN question I shall shallstrive shallstrive
strive not to offend him who may differ dlfterwith differwith
with me I hold that It Is the privilege privilegeof e eof
of every man to hold whatever opinion opinionhe
he may conscientiously consider right rlShtno
no matter what the question Involved InvolvedI
I claim that privilege for myself and I Ireadily Ireadily
readily grant it to others otberaThe othersThe
The question Is 1 whether the passage passageof
of laws prohibiting the manufacture manufactureand
and sale Ie of intoxlcatlai liquors Is for Corthe forthe
the best Intereatarol interests of all the people peoplewhether peoplewhether
whether such Jaws are calculated to tobenefit tobenefit
benefit commerce and trade and the thenece theneceesary
nece neceesary sary growth Qt a community communitywhether communitywhether
whether such laws will be or moral In Intellectual intelleetual
tellectual and industrial benefit benefttI
I esteem It tduty of ever every Amer American Amerlean
lean ctilaen to aqualnt himself with withall withall
all sides of this most Important eco ec0nomical economical
nomical question It Is his duty to act acton acton
on this question and to act intelligent intelligently
I ly and fairly on the problem he must mustcarefully mustcarefully
carefully look Into every phase of It ItIn ItIn
In the co consideration of this question I Iknow Iknow
know that ap apale ls have been made to toUle tothe
the sentiment and to the prejudice prejudicerather prejudicerather
rather than to reason and I am here hereto
to brand that person who bo makes such suchan suchan
an appeal I care not who he be a acraven acraven
craven co coard coardThere ard ardThere
There I is no reason why this neigh neighborhood neighborhood
borhood should differ on this question questionThere questionThere
There Is no reason why there shoulll shoulllbe
be any serious or unfriendly diesen diesenskin l sen sension
skin on the prohibition question You Youan Youare
an a happy welltodo community communityand
and you can well aftou to look Into IntothiN Intothis
thiN qU question 8t1on with the same spirit of offairness offairness
fairness that characterizes your our treat treatment treatmont
mont of all other civic and economical economicalqueRtlonR economicalquestions
questions queRtlonRThe
The financiers of the east look looktlpon lookupon
upon prohibition a an expression of ofradieaJiim ofr
radieaJiim r u Can you ou afford to drive drivecapital drivecapital
capital away from your state or to tokeep tokeep
keep capital from coming In It 111 111not i inot
not that capital is afraid o of prohibition prohibitionbut
but b eaut > auf they feel el that if you 01 01raJi1 ore oreon
raJi1 on prohibition you will bp md mdIal railI
Ial I ut P 1 thrr qUfstiOns and that an
Ine Investment tment In your state would not be beprotected beprotected
protected from radical legislation legislationOPPOflS legislationOpposes
Opposes Prohibition ProhibitionI
I I do not like prohibition because It Itstrikes itstrikes
strikes at a basic principle of our na national national
tional government I do not like pro problbltlon prohibitlon
blbltlon because It strikes at my per persons r r801U
sons liberty I do not see why I am amnot amnot
not justified In concluding that It you youshall youshall
shall dictate to me what I shall drink drinkyou drinkyou
you may also tell me what I shall eat eatand eatand
and what I shall wear wearI
I do not like prohibition because becauacwhenever becausewhenever
whenever lu application has been at attempted attempted
tempted It baa resulted In a con consplcuou conspicuous
splcuou failure failureI
I do not like prohl prohlbltlqn bltlqn because Its Itsapplication Itsapplication
application means confiscation of prop property property
erty ertyI
I do not like prohlbltSon beca bocanee e it itreduces itreduces
reduces the revenues of the nation the tbfstate thestate =
state and the city to a point where ex exceutve cxcesatve
ceutve and unbearable ta taxt1ozi Uon Is Isne isnecessary
ne necessary necessaryI e8ar e8arI
I do not like problbitlonbeeause problbitlonbeeausewherever prohibition because becausewherever
wherever It haS been attempted there therebaa therehas
baa eXisted an hypocrtsy that hu re resulted resuited
suited In utter dlsregaN for all law lawTh lawThese
Th These are a few of the reasons why whyI
I am opposed to prohibition and I now nowpropo nowpropose
propose e to marshal my facts to sub substantiate substantlate
stantiate my po position Itton IttonI
I rim am aV awar that there 1 a wl wfe wfepread e espread
spread alarm lest this wave ot probl problbltlon prohibition
bltlon which now exists might weep sweepover weepover
over the country from ocean n to ocean oceancarrying oceancarrying
carrying e everything rytblng before It To those thosewho thosewho
who are alarmed at the present time I IwUl 1will
will say simply that the preeeat wave wavepale wavepales
pale Into InstgnIftcance In comparison comparisonwith
with the prohibition ware ae of halt a acentury acentury
century ago agoMaine agoMaine
Maine as Rum Seller SellerIn
In the decade from 18 185 to 1HZ there thfrewere therewere
were seventeen prohibition states It Ifwe i iwe
we may learn by the experienc of otb othera
en If we may profit by the history of ofthe f fthe 1
the past then let us draw a lesson from fromthis fromthis
this problbltton movement or the theseenteen theseventeen
seventeen state that had prohibition In Inl in1S2
l 1S2 8 there I Is but onethe state of Maine Moinewblch Mainewhich
which has kept the faith Did I say saykept saykept
kept the faith I was wrong for 1 am amhere amhere
here to charaeterlxe Maine as the nKst nKstcolosll81 nistcolossal
colossal rum seller in the world
states all made valiant PT PTforts f fforts
forts to enforce prohibition and In each eachInstance eachinstance
Instance failed utterly I IIIlld I would wouldclaMlty wouldclassify
classify Maine as the greatest salOOn salOOnkeeper saloonkeeper
keeper In the world Let me subetantlate subetan substastiate
tlate this A fe weeks ago I was In InBotIton InBoston
Boston on business I took advantage advantageof
of the opportunity to go to Portland PortlandM
M Me I studied th the constitution of ofMaine ofMaine
Maine I found that It prohibited the theIINlnufaeture themanufacture
manufacture or sale of intoxicating
beverages except for me mechanical < hanlcal me medicinal medicinal
dicinal or art purposes Hard elder Is IsalfllO Isalso
also excepted In order to sa saUsfy Usfr the therural therural
rural districts If you ou dont know what whathard whathard
hard elder III take my advice dont dontever dontever
ever try to find out by experiment experimentRaId
RaId cider would make a pack rabbit rabbitIdt
sit up and laugh In Ii bull dogs face faceThe faceThe
The liquor laws of MaIne provide providetor providefor
for tate and city liquor agencies Ho Hodo How Howdo
do you like the sound of that my pro prohibition prohibitlon
hibition friends 1 I visited the agency agencat agencyat
at Portland It was doing a good busl buslne bualmess
ne mess 8 There were a large number of ofbarrels ofbarrels
barrels piled up and tile walls were werlined werelined
lined with ca case goods True there was wasa
a wanting to the un ophostlcated in innocence Innocence
nocence of man announcing that the theliquor theliquor
liquor was not to be purchased unless unlcssIt
It was to be used for mechanical mechanicalmedicinal mechanicalmedicinal
medicinal or art purpo purposes e I dont dontknow dontknow
know what art the legislature Intended Intendedto
to provide for but from what I sow It Itwas Itwas
was evidently the art of carrying as aslarge aslarge
large a load aa possible without spilling
It
Drunkenness in Maine MaineAlaine MaineMaine
Maine hall had fltty fiftyeven ven years of ofprohibition ofprohibition
prohibition Maine bas N rtred > > lred two twogenerations twogenerations
generations In the virtues of prohibi prohibition prohthltion
tion and yet I am here to charge that thatpopulation thatpopulation
population considered there Is more moredrunkenne moredrunkenness
drunkenness In Maine than In an any so socalled socalled
called wet state In the Union I 00 00lIberatt tieliberately
lIberatt liberately > ly charge that there are pro proportionately proportlonately
portionately more arrests for drunken drunkenness
ne ness s and disorderly conduct In the thecltieJI thecitie
cltieJI citie of Maine than In the clUes ot any 1U1yother anyother
other state where prohibition 18 not In Inforce Inforce
force forceOn
On March 26 6 I was a contest contestant mt In Ina Ina
a joint debate with a man chosen to tomeet tomeet
meet me by the national committee of ofthe ofthe
the prohibition party In preparation preparationCor
for that debate I wrote official letters lettertto
to the mayors and chiefs of police of ofthe ofthe
the principal prohibition citlea asking
them fov op statistics on the amount of ofdrunkenness ofdrunkenness
drunkenness In their cities Theselet Theseletten Thes let lettera
ten I have here and will submit to toyour toyour
your honorable mayor and governor for forverification forverification
verification verificationAt
At the city In a wet state to com compare cornpare
pare with these I choose lUhvnukeebccau Milwaukee Milwaukeebecause
bccau because my prohibition frlonds have haycbeen havebeen
been pointing out Milwaukee as the thehorrible thehorrible
horrible example Let us see whether whetherIt
It Is or not In 1901 Milwaukee had auapproximate au anapproximate
approximate population of 365000 365000There 365000There
There were 2 295S 58 arrests for drunken drunkenness
ness and disorderly conduct 9r on one for foreyery forevery
every 123 of population Prohibition ProhlbUionColumbus ProhibitionColumbus
Columbus Ga ha a population ot
25000 with 1096 arrests for drunken drunkennfSR drunkenness
ness and disorderly conduct or one for forrvery for1J1j
rvery tv twnty nty Augusta has a popula population population
tion of I rOI O awl during 1908 thfre thfrewerr therwert
werr 3 39 11 arrests for drunkenness anI
disorderly conduct or one for every everythirteen everythirteen
thirteen Svaunah unah hall SOOOO PeQpl PeQpland peoplqand
and last year 4J05 4J0 arrests for the these of offenses oflenses
lenses or one for every every eighteen Wil Wilmington Wilnlngton
mington has 30000 population and had
1002 arrests one drunkard In every everythirtythree everythirtythree
thirtythree thirtythreeProhibition thirtythreeProhibition
Prohibition BuIW Bulwark BulwarkAnd rk rkI
I And now let us us come to Maine this tblsIi thisbulwark
Ii bulwark of prohibition Lewiston has es 1 1lopulatlon a aopulation
lopulatlon of 2Iooo Lat year It bad hadt11
11113 t11 arrests for drunkenpes and direr dlsorI
I it rly conduct one for every 5 Portland PortJ8J111has
has a population of GOO 0OO and 3Ofi ar ar108tS arrests
rests ont for every 20 Bangor h has a KIp population KIpulation
ulation of 5 ioo and last year there were wereSI3 wereiS13
iS13 SI3 arrstl one for every 13 13Mayor 3 3Mayor
Mayor Joyner of Atlanta last October OctoberI
I 1t th < > cony onyntton ntion of the American Le League Leaguei gue gueI
I Municipalities at which Pre President I mt A AJ AJ
I J Davis represented Salt Lake submitted submitteda
I a paper which should be Of Intense 1Dt Inter InterI r rest
I est to you ou fathers and mothers Ht 1 suld suldthat 1d 1dThat
That Inee Pro1bIUnn had bet been > n adopted alcltedrn
rn Gt Georgia > orgia th there re were 1000 dwelling tu houses housesnd s srnd
rnd nd JlsirUs blolKs vacant In the city of ofAtlanta ofAtlanta
Atlanta There v as 100000 annually sent sentout sentout
out of the statE > to purchase liquor to todispensd oc ocdepensed
dispensd in Atla1ta In direct voIRtiflr voIRtiflrof
of th law Drunlen Drunienness Ilncrfad IncrfaIedjy rapid rapidjy
jy especially among the young men from fromthe
i th the moment that prohibition Wai adopted adoptedAnd adoptedAnd
And ill my friends Mayor Joyner ha hasnever
I never tasted Intoxicating liquor In his life lifeMort lifeMorE
MorE oer he voted for prohibition H Hi He Hesays
i says now that If he had 100000 votes he hei hewould
i would gladly thr thr2w w them all aplnatpro aplnatproI against pro prohihition
I hihitlon to atone In a measure for the thevote theVote
vote he cast in favor of It ItIn itln
In Tennts tennessee ee they have reoent1 adopt adopted
ed > d prohibition OWl the veto of Governor GovernorI GovernorPatterson
Patterson and In direct violation of the theCxprtsstd theexpresed
I
Cxprtsstd will of the people How many manyi
i f If f yoU read that manly veto message of off ofGovernor
f Governor owrnr Patterson There Is one man manin inaitIn
in ltah who atands side by aide with withGovernor withGvernor
Governor Patter Patterson on a man who Is a model modelof
of italwart AmeriCan patriotism a man manwho manwho
who had the courage of his convictions convictionswho
who resolved to do right for hit state no nomatter nomatter
matter what hat the conlKQuencea I refer referto
to t the man who vetoed your prohibition prohibitionbill
bill and who saved your state the dl dIe dIetrcssing
trlBfling experience of prohibition I re rerr refer
I rr to your lUr most excellent your moat moatadmiLibl moatadmiijble
admiLibl governor governorn1 governorwhat
n1 what Is the first gun from Ten Tennesse Tennesse
nesse 1 quote an AssocIated Press dill dillpath diepath
path from Memphis MemphisFor
For 01 three weeks the police have been beenJuzzlt beenUZZId
Juzzlt > d with the odorless drunk In Indeh Inth
deh th 11 case there ilJ no odor of IntoxlcantIiJ IntoxlcantIiJon
on the drunkards breath though he was wasplainly as aslIIlnl
plainly lIIlnl Intoxl intoxIcated ated When asked what whathE
hE had h ben > en drinking the rl80ner In each eachInetane eichtn5tanc
Inetane replied beerette There were wererurtyone werefortyone
rurtyone drunks In police court this fore forenoon forenoon
noon noonProhlhltioniSl8 Prohibitionists you have prevented the theregulation theregulation
regulation of liquor laW In each in intance Instance
stance yoU have shouted Prohlbltlon or ornothln ornothIng
nothln nothIng And In each cue where you youhave
have secured prohibition you have got gotnothing gotnothing
nothing
You have calmly almost wantonly de de2troycd dertroyed
2troycd Industries and butneuea years In Inthe
the building and you have been assisted In Insome insome
some Instances by the minister of the thogOllpel thegospel
gospel who has come from his cOWle cOWlecrated coseecrated
crated station down to the level of a ward
heeler to work for prohibition that will 111 111confiscate
confiscate vested Interltu 4nd nd while
Rome burns the prohibitionist shout with withglee
glee and some of those holler than thou thouclergymen
clergymen have even rung the bells from
the church towers because e forsooth they
have ruined someone somoneTURN someoneTURN
TURN FOR THE WORSE WORSETAKEN
TAKEN BY MR HARRIMAN HARRIMANContinued HARRIMANContinued
Continued from Page 1 1that
that report of Harrimane death were werebeing
being corculated That report Is un untrue Untrue
true Xr Harriman Is isnot not dead he heaid
aid and then hung up the receiver receiverOne receiverOne
One result of the news has been a aIIwltt aswift
swift ft reassembling > of the new newspaper paper paperrepreeentatives
repreeentatives whose presence a week weekago
ago at every avenue leading to the theHarriman
Harriman house hnaJly caused the sick sickman
man himself to Issue a statement re reprdlng
prdlng his condition and promise e that thatif
if the press of the country would with withdraw withdraw
draw Its representatives he would see seethat
that It was Informed of any subse subsequent subsequent
quent crisis In his condition For this thisreatIOn thisreason
reason an effort hi belhg made to se secure secure
cure daily bUlletins from Dr Lyle LyleWhile LyleWhile
While Mr Harrlmans last attack In InItself Initself
Itself may not be serious there Is al alway always
way danger ot grave consequences consequencesIn
In the case of a man as weak as Mr MrHarriman MrHarriman
Harriman HarrimanThis HarrimanThis
This It Ibelieved accounts for anx anxIety anxlety
Iety of tho those e surrounding th the sick man manU
U was all said today that although the tbePr0tPe8S
Pr0tPe8S of Mr Harrimans latest at attack
tack has been arrested hi his temperature tempemtureremalns
remains high and he Is excee exceedingly ilngly ilnglyweak
weak The best Information Is that he
18 In bed and although no confirmation confirmationof
of the report has yet been obtained from fromthe
the house little doubt exists here that thatthere thatthere
there are other physicians attending attendinghim
him besides Dr Lyle LyleWhether LyleWhether
Whether the these e doctors remain con constantly constantly
stantly at his side or only make fre frequent frequent
quent trips from New York has not notbeen notbeen
been aCertalned Talk of an opera oper1tion operation
tion has been revived revivedThe revivedThe
The sudden flashing of It light ht on Tower Towerhili Towerhilt
hilt about midnight Sunday night told toldthe toldthe
the people in the valley of the activity activitythat activitythat
that reigned on the hilt Men were sent IleDtto
to turn on the electricity at the plant plantat
at th the foot of the Inclined railway The Thetelephone Thetelephone
telephone ol operator > > erator at Arden was called calledout calledout
out of bed and mes messages aSeIII were sent to toNew toNew
New York for nurses arid doctors who whowere whowere
were brou brought ht to Arden In a bu hurry Mon Monday Monday
day morning momlngStock morningStock
Stock Prices Drop DropNew DropNew
New York Sept iAn opening break breakof
of 5 points In Union Pacific 1 In InSouthern inSouthern
Southern Pacific 3 In New York Cen Central Central
tral 2 In Reading and 1 to H 1 In most mostoth mostother
oth other < < active speculative stocks showed showedthe
the great anxiety caused In stock clr clrclell eirdes
des of the reports ports of a relap relapse e suffered sufferedby
by E H Harriman while the stock stockexchange t k kexchange
exchange wall clOsed for a three days daysholiday daysholiday
holiday holidayThe holidayThe
The market Wall without any official officialannouncement officialannouncement
announcement from Mr Harrlrnlus Harrlrnlusbusiness Harrlintnsbusiness
business associates when trading be began began
gan nd was confronted by reports of ofbeavy ofheavy
heavy elllnr > > and severe declines In the theLondon theLondon
London market for American account accountbefore accountbefore
before the ope opening lng here The saba hue huewere hcrewere
were not In as large amount aa on many manysimilar manysimIlar
similar occasion but the tone 1t first firstwas firstwas
was semldemorallzed After th the open openIng openIng
Ing vigorous support was exerted and nJ1dpricell andprices
prices rallied Immediately Within a afew afew
few minutes an announcement was wasfortbcomlng wasforthcoming
forthcoming from the Union Pacific of offices offlees
flees that Mr Harriman was much bet better better
ter and the appearance of the market marketbe3me marketbecame
became quieter quieterThe quieterThe
The arrest of th the > reov reeovry of prices pricesOUR pricesCOAL
OUR OURCOAL
COAL COALIs
Is being stored by discriminat discriminatIng
Ing buyers who know the best bestand bestand
and where to find It ItPEACOCK
5 5B9CK
PEACOCK I IRpCK
RpCK SPRINGS SPRINGSStill I IStill
I
Still is leader leaderCentral leaderCentral
Central Coal CoalCoke CoalCoke
Coke Company
40 WEST 2D SOUTH SOUTHPhones 1 1Phones
Phones Bell el1 Ex 35 Ind 2600 I
1
and the hesitating fluctuations which whIchfollowed I
followed showed the uncertain s set1 set1ment
ment of the IlpeculationThe speculation The dlallriJs dlallriJsfell dlin dlinfell
fell to a very small volume and tli tliwhole the thewhole
whole tone of the market Indicate a afeeling I
feeling of suspicion of the reassuring reassuringannouncements
announcements regarding oIr HarrI HarrImans HarrImans I
mans Improvement and a desire to toadopt toadopt
adopt a waiting attitude In making maklqcommitments makingcommitmenta
commitments In the market marketlittle marketLittle
little Business Done DonePrices DonePrices
Prices sank back to thelow the J level c f fthe I Ithe
the mornIng when It wu reported that thatno thatno
no word from Mr Harriman bad been 1Menreceived beenreceived
received at the Union Pacific offices to toy toyday i ida
da day The selling wI not In large vol volum yeurns
um urnsThe
The Ihemarket market turned veryw very wcak In the thelast thelast
last ten minutes of trading on raports raportscirculated raportscirculated
circulated In Wall street that Mr liar Harrimans liariimns
rimans vitality was very low cau causing causinggrave lng lnggrave
grave anxiety among the relative and andtrlends andfriends
friends trlendsOFFER friendsOFFERCOOKGREAT
OFFER OFFERCOOKGREAT COOK GREAT SUMS SUMSContinued SUMSContinued
Continued from Page 1 1night 1night
night His work gave WJ a new road roa4wblch roadwhich
which afforded u us a chance to tIT the theice theice
ice 8 little further west weatCook westCook
Cook Plans Own Route RouteA1thou RouteAlthough
A1thou Although h profiting by other yen ventures yentures
tures our expeditions differed 10 some IIOI1lCImportant someimportant
Important respects The route we we se selected solected
lected I had planned out years ago u a are aresult
re result ult or reading the splerul14 narrat narrative narrativeof e eof
of Sverdrup About the mld midale le of 1 1when 07 07wben
when we started the pole was no part partof
of the program which aimed altogether a1tosetherat
at study and recreation with the pole poleP polepossibly
P possibly as a future problem problemDr
Dr Cook cleared up the doubt about aboutthe aboutthe
the lowest tempera temperature tUn recorded recordedWhich recordedwhich
Which he reiterated was 8 87 degrees degreesaero
aero Farhenhett He said he had no nodoubt nodoubt
doubt that the observations made madewould madewould
would prove that he had been on and oodaround andaround
around the 10th d dree dreeIf lPee lPeeIf
If I bad been within a circle a kl kiw kiwmeter o ometer
meter In diameter where the pole il ilsituated IssItuated
situated explalmed the explorer I Iam Iam
am tlBfted that that Is quite suM mcltmt mcltmtfor ient ientfor
for practical purposes I will say no nomore nomore
more until my book Is published pubUllhedWben publishedWhen
When shown the di dispatch tch which said saidthat saidthat
that Commander Peary claimed to be bethe bethe
the first m mn n to reach the pole Dr DrCook DrCook
Cook Mid MidCommalJfier saidCommanler
CommalJfier Peery of course An cansay Ansay
say whatever he wl wishes bes I am not ac accustomed aceustomed
customed tl to Indul indulge In contrtner controverlee controverleeAlt le8 le8All
All I have to say about CommandEr CommandErPeary CommanderPeary
Peary 18 that If hI say he r reached ched th thforth thNorth
forth Pole I believe he rea reached hetl the theorth I INorth
North N orth Pole PoleSUNDAY j
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THEOSOPHY THEOSOPHYMR
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Of O f Ceylon India lecturer for the Theo Theoopblcal Theoophical
s opblcal society will deliver four lee leeturu leeures
turu t ures at Public Library ball at 815 815p
p m Wednesday 8th Our Dally
Life L ife Out ot the Bod Body Thursday 9th 9thThe SthThe
The Memory of Past Birth Friday
10th 1 The Brotherhood of Religions ReligionsSaturday Religionsaturday
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ADMISSION FREE FREEWinter FREEWinIer
Winter and Rheumatism RheumatismUaually
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rheumatism and now Ie the thetime thetime
time to do It ItChiropractic itChiropractic
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ti8m by e88 easy painless e treat treatment treatment
ment and builds up the nerves nervesand nervesand
and mu muscles cles It cleanses the theblood theblood
blood and nd throws out all poison poisonous
ous matter matterCONSLLTATIONS matterCONSULTATIONS
CONSULTATIONS AND EX EXA EXAMINATIONS
A AMINATIONS nN TIONS ARE FREE FREERS FREEMRS
MRS RS G B H PICKARD
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complaints and diseases diseasesarising liseasesarising
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and immediately sealed ar tIght tlghtiery II IIery
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when you break the setH and serve servthem servethem
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swarmed the store yesterday in response to our ur I IFinal
0 Final Clearance announcement I IAlthough
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the nildition of several extra men we did not dd Iddenough ddenough
enough and many were unable to be served servedIf
If you were among those wh went away wftlt wftltout th thant
ant getting their wants supplied weinvit we invith you ou to tocall
0 call today or any day this we weOk weOkWhile k kWhile
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are broken there are yet hundreds o of great liar 1argains liargains
gains but the number grows less each day
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but gives the garment the I Iwear r rwear
wear usually given when whenthe f fthe
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