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The InterMountaln Republican RepublicanEst
Est Feb 12 1906 1906The 1906The
The Salt Lake Herald Heraldmoit HeraldEat
Eat June 6 1870 1870Only 1870Only
Only Republican Dally Newspaper In InSalt InEalt
Salt Lake CIty 1ty Utah UtahTerms UtahTerms
Terms of Subscr1ptlon Subscr1ptlonDAILY
DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month is 75cents iscents
cents one year yearSLNDAYOne 800 800SLNDAYOne
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SUbscribers wishing address ot paper paperchanged paperchanged
changed must give former as well as aspresent acpresent
present address addressAll
All papers are conUnued until exrnclt exrncltorder explicit explicitorder
order Is received to cUlIiOnUnue Al ar arreatagcs arrearages
reatagcs must be paid In every case caseAND CaseAND
It the reader will 111 turn the American Americanparty Americanparty
party platf platform rm upside down and read readthe readthe
the last line ftrst one will get very close closeto cloaeto
to the true purpose and effect of that thataggregations thataggregations
aggregations policy Come with us usand usand
and we will do yougood yougoodStarting yougoodStarting
Starting thereand it Is an exact copy copytrom copyfrom
from the platform adopted yesterday at atthe atthe
the American party city convention conventioncne
cne gets light on the entire pronounce pronouncemf pronouncement
mf ment > nt of the selfproclaimed patriots PfttriotsAlso patriotsAlso
Also one will get th the only entirely true truestatEment truestatement
statEment in the whole platform Come Comewith Comewith
with us and we will do ougood yotigoodFor ougoodFor
For they have haveAside haveAside
Aside from that the platform Is less lessfrank lessfrank
frank Starting with the extravagant extravagantstatement extravagantstatement
statement that the American part has hasupbuUt hasupbullt
upbuUt the city the reader Is tre treated treatedwith ted tedwith
with much ofrhetorlc but little of fact factAnd factAnd
And the odd thing Is toot rhetoric rhetoricshould rhetoricshould
should b be ventured In a city which whichInows whichLrows
Inows the facts factsEvery factsEvcry
Every dollars worth of street or sIde sIdewalk sidewalk
walk or sewer improvement made In InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake within the put four years ears Is Isdirectly isdirectly
directly attributable to the law made lnadeby madeby
by a Republican legislature In 1961 and
1903 By those laws the means were wereprovided wereprovided
provided for every foot of paving and andevery i ievery
every other Improvement that has been beenmade beenmade
made In Salt Lake City Every root rootOur footOur
Our friends who yesterday adopted adoptedthIs
thIs flamboyant platform came Into Intopower Intopower
power coIncident with the coming of the themoney themoney
money Into the treasury And they have havespfnt havesrcnt
spfnt the money Of that there is not notthe nottiit
the slightest doubt Of the manner of ofthdr ofthrir
thdr spendIng It of the waste the thelave they theyLave
lave made of it of the fattening the ttHrle the1ae
1ae rle gIven their private purses by the thehandling thelandIing
handling of it they tell a waIting clt cltncthing city cityxirthing
ncthing ncthingOne
One other phase ot the local situation sUuatlonmay situationmay
may be noted in this connection The Theplatform Theplatform
platform on which their candidates will willgo willgo
go before the people declares It opposes opposesno
no rElIgion Which would be a good goodstory goodstrry
story to tell wooden Indians before cIgar cIgarstores cigarstores
stores Other audit auditOrs ra know the state statement statement
ment Is utterly untrue Salt Lake peo peoI1e peope
I1e are aware that the American party partyIs
Is l strictly and solely a part based on onhurch onchurch
church hatred that its chief tenet Is one oneof oneof
of religious per persecution ecuUon and church os ostradsm ostratIsm
tradsm Without that their war cries crieswould crieswould
would be silent and their stockintrade stockintradeof
of part spirit would be destroyed The TheAmHlcan TheAmcrlcan
AmHlcan party Is the party of religious religiousIntoleranceand religiousIntoleranceand
Intoleranceand little else
As for their nominees the expected expectedhas
has happened With the backing of ofoffice ofoffice
office behInd him with the grip of the theappoIntive theappointive
appoIntive power afe In his hands the thedefeat thedefeat
defeat of any opposition was a foregone toregoneconclusion foregoneconclusion
conclusion Mr Bransford Is the nom nomnee nomnee
nee and he must stand on the record recordhe
he has made madeThe madeThe
The HeraldRepubUcan greets the thelptnlng theopening
opening of the campaign with joy ThIs ThIsis
is the year ear to make an end of Intoler Intolerance Intolerance
ance to return the city to normal pout politIcal poutteal
teal conditions to deal fairly and hon honestly henestly
estly with every man to gIve a pro progressive progressive
gressive administration to the people peoplewIthout peoplewithout
wIthout taking from them one dollar dollarmore dollarmore
more than Is actually required In the thepubl1c thepublic
public work to be done This Js the year yearto yearto
to establish the fact that Salt Lake can canbe canbe
be an American city without filling the thenation thenation
nation with calumnious fal falsehoods ehoods about aboutSalt aboutSalt
Salt Lake This Is the year er when the thepeople thepeople
people can regain control of their city cityand cityand
and continue It in keeping with the thespirit thespirit i
spirit of the age In which we live and In Inthat Inthat
that better temper where every worthy worthyman
man is conceded aU the rights that ev every cvcry
cry worthy other man claims for him hlmse himself
se self If
This is the year when the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty
party of Salt Lake can nominate good goodmen goodmen
men for every offtee and sleet themto themtothe
the everla everlasting ting benefit of aU Interests Interestsand
and to the smallest > > damage of no one onehonest onehonest
honest man and not one worthy cau cause causeWHO e eWHO
New York papers brin bring the complaint complaintof
of Judge Ga Gaynor DOr who hall been disap disappointed disappointed
pointed In the failure of good citizens citizensthere citizensthere
there to take part In the primaries primarieswhereby primarieswhereby
whereby the worst citizens elected electedtheir electedtheir
their own delegates and will 11l control the theconvention theconvention
convention conventionIn
In detail that is the famUta story storyfrom storyfrom
from every part of the country Men Menwho Menwho
who call themselves the beet citizens re remaIn remain
maIn away frOR1 the primaries remain remainaway remainaway
away from th the po polls declare them themselves themselvesagainst elve elveagainst
against the people they call politicians politiciansand
and complain bitterly because the coun country country
try is ruled by Ui worst people peopleIsut peoplehut
hut Is there any c1Utlen worse than thanthat thanthat
that one who will not do o the duty of a acltien acitizen
citizen Here we are a Beltgoverning Beltgoverningpeople selfgoverningpeople
people We would light none who told toldus toldus
us we were Incapable of seltgovocn seltgovocnment
ment We believe we are the moet ad advanced advanced
vanced and progressive people on earth earthand earthand
and that our government Is great be because because
cause we are good goodAny goodAny
Any man who would rt rise up and de deare doglare
glare are the av avseage citizen could not not have havehIs havehis
hIs way Ita tv6mllMftl that the will of ofthe o othe
the pliJPIe hlUtd alit be obeyed would wouldru
be ru rusbeS HIt it4i the Iilnnant lri4h nnt protests plfteaff protestsci
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dldate who helps heli to infience hIs fellow fellowcitizens fellowcitizens
citizens Is a better member ot the re republic republic
public than that other who declines to totake totake
take any part In poll polit1c tiM beHeving it itbttneath itboneaJh
bttneath the dignity of an Ame American AmericanGood ican icanGood
Good government can come lnly with withthe withthe
the activity of the best men 11 politics politicsOne politicsOne
One of the lessons Theodore Roosevelt noosevelttaught Roosevelttaught
taught the nation was that a man who whowant whowants
want good laws must get out and work workfor workfor
for them must take part in political poUtiealactivities politicalactivities
activities must exercise his rights if ifhe ifhe
he would retain them themAnd themAnd
And the men active in politics cannot cannotbe
be so bad as they are painted since the thenation thenation
nation and every state In It has gone goneforward goneforward
forward tremendouslywhile those who whoregard whoregard
regard themselves as the best citizens cUzenshabitually citizenshabitually
habitually decline to have anything to todo todo
do with practical politics politicsThe politicsThe
The worst citizen is that one who nev never never
er exercises the rights of a Citizen Citizenr CitizenTHEIR eltizenTHEIR
Chicago informs the world that Utah Utahtook Utahtook
took kindly to PresIdent Tart just as assoon assoon
soon as he declared himself determIned determInedto
to give them the benefit ot his good of offtces offlees
flees to get Irrigation for the west But Butthat Butthat
that Is a long way from the exact facts factsIn
In the case Utah and the west have a aregard aregard
regard for the President whIch Is not notdependent
dependent on his believed policy touch touchlng
any of the questions now or ever at atISfiu atIssue
Issue IssueThe e eThe
The value of this western trip ot the thePresident thePresident
President has been to convInce the west western westem
ern em people that he is capable and honest honestand honestand
and that with the Information acquired aCQulredhe
he will do what seems to him rIght rIghtThey rightThey
They have every faith in that sort of ofmancapable ofmancapable
mancapable honest and nd informed informedThey informedThey
They ask nothing more than an honest honestand honestand
and capable man knowing the facts tactsean factscan
can conscientiously give them With a afixed afixed
fixed belief in the rIghteousness of theIr theIrcause theircause
cause they refer everything to the gov government goverument
ernment of men who are right They TheybeHeve Theybelieve
believe the PresIdent Is right They Theylooked Theylooked
looked Into hIs honest eyes they saw sawhis sawhis
his broad smile they heard his hea heasty heastylaughand ty tylaughand
laughand then they listened to the thewisdom thewisdom
wisdom of his addresses And they gave gaveblm gavehim
him their confidence absolutely absolutelyBelieving absolutelyBelieving
Believing he will do justice to them themand themand
and theIr cause they rest content And Andthey Andthey
they dIdnt wait for hIm to promise an anspecial any anyspecial
special service to the people of the west weste westFOUNDING westFOUNDING
Numbers of men and women have just justconcluded justconcluded
concluded the celebration of the fortIeth fortIethanniversary fortiethanniversary
anniversary of the founding or the Pro Prohibition Prohlbition
hibition party And one of their pro pronunciamentos pronunciamentos
nunciamentos Is to the effect that the theThe theThe
The hope of the laboring men depends dependson
on the success of the Prohibition par part party
t ty Which Is by no means established establishedThe
The hope ot the laboring man like the thehope thehope
hope of every other man rests with withhlmselt withhimself
himself If he cannot learn selfcontrol selfcontrolthe
the power of Sfrestrnlnt the use of ofthat ofthat
that wisdom which hIs God has given givenhim givenhim
him no political party that ever was wasformed wasformed
formed and no laws that can be enacted enactedwilt enactedwill
wilt ever give him hope hopeAbsolute hopeAbsolute
Absolute prohibition of intoxication of ofevery ofevery
SELFIs the salvation of the working workingman
man and of every other man And this thisside thisside
side of that there Is no salvation salvationThe
The teaching of men that the use of ofliquor ofliquor
liquor as a beverage is harmful that thatthe thatthe
the inability to control ones self Is peril perilous perilone
one that temperance is the road to towisdom towisdom
wisdom and that whisky makes a man mancheap mancheap
cheap will do more for the race than thanall thanall
all the preachments of all the political politicalprophets politicalprophets
prophets who seek to make lives virtu virtuous virtuoils
oils by law
Delegates from four of the southwest southwestern
ern em states have recently returned to totheIr totheir
theIr homes from un inspection of the thehlghwas thehighways
highways of New Jersey And what whatthey whatthey
they have found there they are goIng goIngto
to use in bettering the roads of their theirrespective theirrespective
respective states When that shall have have1Hen havebeen
been accomplished Arkansas Texas TexasOklahoma TexasOklahoma
Oklahoma and Louisiana wlll have been beenvastly beenvastly
vastly improved improvedEastern ImprovedEastern
Eastern people know New Jersey long longstruggled longstruggled
struggled against the propaganda of ofgood ofgood
good roads That state had even more morethan morethan
than the usual number of citizens who whocould whocould
could not see the economy in spending spendingmoney spendingmoney
money for good roads They fought the thescheme
scheme of improvement for years and andIt andit
It is withIn the memory of men not yet yetold yetold
old that New Jersey was crlsscro8Sed crlsscro8Sedwith
with the worst roads In the Union UnionBut UnionBut
But those who saw beyond the day dayInststently dayinsistently
insistently persevered They worked for forears foryears
years ears the circle of theIr Influence wIden wIdening wIdening
ing until the whole state caught the theInfection theinfection
Infection for perfected highways and andthen andthen
then all New Jersey entered with en enthusiasm enthuslasm
thusiasm on the project And we are aretold aretold
told that those are now the best roads roadsIn
In the United States StatesAn StatesAn
An Interesting feature of the visit ot otth08e o othose
those delegates is that the railroad com comPftnies cornpanies
Pftnies operating in the mentioned states statesPftid statespaid
paid the expenses of the trip to New NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey Railroad men know that better betterpublic betterpublic
public highways make for better busl buslne business
ne ness s for the railroads make for better betterfarms betterfarms
farms for bigger values for larger largercrops largercrops
crops and for more easy and more moreprofitable moreprofitable
profitable haulage to the trains trainsNo trainsNo
No subject Is more impressIve than thanthat thanthat
that of better roads In nothing can the thePfJOple thepeople
people more profitably unite theIr la labors Iabors
bors And it Is pleasing to believe that thatthere thatthere
there Is at work in Utah a band of men menwho menwho
who will never rest till the roads of this thisstate thisatate
state shall by their Improvement double doublethe doublethe
the value of the farm lands In every everycounty everycounty
county countyHE countyTHE
This 1a lastor tor latest it will not be the theJafishameful theiastshamelul
Jafishameful exhIbition of TrIbune TrIbunewlckedne Tribunewickedness
wickedness was not needed to convince convincefairminded convincefairminded
fairminded men and women of the ut utter utter
ter baseness of that paper and Its mak make makers
e ers But the detail connected with its itscalumniation Itscalumniation
calumniation of thc governor of Utah Utahand Utahand
and Its perverse and persistent efforts effortsat
at troublemaking while President Taft Taftw TaftwI
w wI II lue uet t of the state have ended In InIffl inen
Iffl Jnottdent which puts the final toucq toucqt touclf
t l1fm Oft n record ot which Its most mostMrnt mosttieat
Mrnt frten4 III absnedlt uhamed uhamedl1It
lt l1It Ih v6ltimHH lumn HAlly gladly to toIII tottf
ttf ip III s 1jwrnlJr Spry hal hali
r i f 1 iI rlrfJrfm1n dlUrdl
even at the command or the President Presidentof
of the United States that he was or ordered ortiered
tiered as serfs are ordered to come Into Intothe intothe
the place and that he ol1eyed that Sen Senator Senator
ator Smoot had refused to enter the theUnitarian theUnitarian
Unitarian church at all that Mayor MayorBransford MayorBransford
Bransford had been purposely snubbed snubbedby
by the managers of the committee committeeAnd
And of course there is not a word or ortruth oftruth
truth in any smallest feature of the thestory thestory
story storyAU storyAlt
AU the town knew that Its contra contradiction contradiction
diction comes from the Presidents own ownpersonal ownpersonal
personal companion from the governor governorfrom governorfrom
from Mayor Bransford from Senator SenatorSmootand SenatorSmootand
Smootand from ten thousand people peoplewho peoplewho
who were personal witnesses of some de detail detail
tail or other which proved the untruth untruthof
of the whole wholeAnd wholeAnd
And then the Tribune lays all the theblame theblame
blame for the incident on an innocent innocentreporter innocentreporter
reporter and dIscharges him in die disgrace diegrace
grace That completes the Infernal Infernalcussedness Infernalcussedness
cussedness of a paper that dIsgraces the thecommunity thecommunity
community In which it is printed rlnted the thepaper thepaper
paper that shames a people as fair and andreputable andreputable
reputable as any In the world worldThe worldThe
The reporter Is dIsmIssed with a sol solemn solemn
emn editorial c cOndemnation after the theeditorInchlef theeditorinchief
editorInchlef of the paper declared to toGovrnor toGovernor
Governor Spry that he had personally personaltyinvestigated personallyinvestigated
investigated the sto story both before and andafter andafter
after its publishing and knew It was wastrue wastrue
true Of conrse he isnt permitted by byhIs byhis
hIs office to Investigate anything And Andhis Andhis
his belief or disbelief In any matter matterIsnt matterisnt
Isnt of the slightest consequence to the theowner theowner
owner of the paper The editorInchief editorInchiefof
of the Tribune simply writes what his hischaracterless hischaracterless
characterless owners tell him to write writeand writeand
and if he blunders into a volunta voluntary edi editorial cditonal
tonal which they do not like they make makehim makehim
him reverse himself in his own columns columnsnext columnsnext
next day dayIn dayIn
In such a group of papermakers the thedischarge thedischarge
discharge of an Innocent reporter torthe tortheunspeakably fortheunspeakably
unspeakably base publication of false falsehood falsehoed
hood for whIch he was in no o way on onearth onearth
earth responsible Is entirely to be ex expected cxpected
pected And nothIng could so complete completely
ly round out and complete the Tribunes Tribunesrecord Tribunesrecord
record or Infamy withIn these past few fewweeks fewweeks
weeks weeksIncldtntaUy weeksIncidntalIy
IncldtntaUy the Tribune has been In Inexcusably Inexcusably
excusably deficient In its handling of ofthe ofthe
the news matters connected with Presi President President
dent Tafts visit Totally unprepared unpreparedtoo
too arrogantly insolent to make prep preparation preparation
aration far too Incapable to properly properlyhandle properlyhandle
handle the interesting and Important af affair affaIr
fair It has sought to cover Its dally re recurring recuriing
curring failures with vicious and untrue untrueattacks untrueattacks
attacks on the committees and daily dailydlscoyered dailydiscovered
discovered was ot adding new disgraces disgracesto
to Its embarra embarrassingly slngly bad record recordAnd recordAnd
And as a climax to Its own climax of ofweak ofweak
weak and wicked work It lays the thebJame theblame
blame on a reportertnd fires him himWe himWe
We hardly think such a paper can be behelpful I Ihelpful
helpful to any good cause and that any anycause anycause
cause supporting such a paper must be bewrong bewrong
wrong wrongSTUMBLE wrongSTUMBLE
Plain facts seem to be the stumbling stumblingblock
block of our friends the railroad men menIn menIn
In their labors before the interstate interstatecommerce interstatecommerce
commerce commi commission sion They find dim difficulty dimeulty
culty in explaining why they cannot af afford atford
ford to ship from the east to Salt Lake Lakefor Lakefor
for the same money they receive for forshippIng forshipping
shippIng from the east through Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and to the coast coastThat coastThat
That will be one of the stubborn facts factsnot factsnot
not easily explaIned away In the final finaldetermInation finaldetermination
determInation of the case And It Is one oneof oneof
of several We do not mean to prejudge preJudgthe prejudgethe
the case but It does seem that the work workof
of the CommercIal clubs traffic bureau bureauhas bureauhas
has been admirably done The unim unimpaired unimpaired
paired good temper with which they theyhaye theyhave
have presented their diligently gathered gathereddata gathereddata
data is creditable to them And the
data Itself is a monument to their in indUBtry Industry
dUBtry and capacIty and their fidelity fideUtyto
to the Interests of the people of thIs cIty cItyand cityand
and state stateThat stateThat
That must have been an evidence of ofwef1kne ofweakness
weakness s when the railroad men showed showedbow showedhow
bow Salt Lake had grown In spite of ofthe ofthe
the handicap of rate discrimination discriminationAnd
And thereseems there seems no doubt every interest interestof
of the people and of the railroads as aswell aswell
well would be conserved by an adjust adjustment adjustmerit
merit more in conformity with the equi equities equities
ties of the case caseVALUE caseVALUE
Every year a larger and larger area areaof areaof
of the land south and west of the city cityIs
Is being plowed It lies above the water waterof
of the rIver and has no means of Irri Irrigation irrigation
gation at present But It t Is of excellent excellentsoil
soil and every man who has with care careand careand
and information made the attempt to toreclaIm toreclaim
reclaIm It has reaped a handsome profit profttRoot profitRoot
Root cropsespecially potatoeshave potatoeshave1Hen
been ral raised ed with wonderful and coh cohvinclng cohvincing
vinclng success Wheat has matured maturedthere maturedthere
there with a agood good yield It you rIde on onthe onthe
the train to Bingham you will be sur surprised surprised
prised at the use that is beIng made of ofthat ofthat
that longidle land landThat landThat
That Is the helpful sIgn of the times timesThe timesThe
The people are widening the area of ofproductivity ofproductivity
productivity And It they move wisely wiselyevery wiselyevery
every one of them will make money moneyPapers
0 0Papers
Papers that scheme to have a reporter reportereje reporterejected
eje ejected < ted from a lraln solely to raise a aroar aroar
roar deserve little sympathy when they theycomplain theycomplain
complain The Tribunes makers would wouldhave wouldhave
have been Immensely disappointedand disappointedandeyen
even surprisedIt Its employe had been beencarried beencarried
carried to Saltalr on the Presidents Presldentstrain
train It planned to have him barred barredand barredand
and prepared its intemperate roast In Indvance inadvance
advance That is the nature of the theTribune theTribune
Tribune TribuneFiring
I U UFiring
Firing an innocent reporter Isnt the thesolution thesolution
solution of the difficulty What the theTribune theTribune
Tribune needs Is the firing of men hIgh hIgher
er up upNow upNow
Now that it Is all over let us ask you youIs youIs
Is it worth while to pay that much at attention attention
tention to the falsehoods of the Tribune TribuneRUBE TribuneRUBE
Rube Waddell who sometimes Iometlmespitches sometimespitches
pitches ball and sometimes defends dl dlvorie divorce
vorie suits had a finger badly hurt hurtwhen hurtwhen
when he was new as a baseball player playerand playerand
and a doctor was called to attend It ItThe ItThe
The surgeon was cheerful and Inslstc Inslstcthat insistcthat
that after a little rest the finger fingerwould tinge tingewould
would be as good as ever everSure everSure
Sure ot that asked the Rube RubeSuro RubeSure
Sure as can be said the doctor doctorWill doctorWill
Will I be able to play the piano planoTCertainly pianoCertainly
Certainly CertainlyI
I am mighty glad of that answered answeredthlt
the letthnnd r I have tried to play playIt
It fM ten fears and havent struck a atuno atune
tune yet
z IIlI M MSale W WSale
Sale of Blankets and Quilts Quiltsny
I Any ny day may bring a change in the theweather theyeather
weather Many housewives are taking takingadvantage taking2I
2I advantage of these reductions better better11lake bettermake
make your purchases now nowGray nowGray
Gray Cotton Blanl Blanlcetg > ts 4 48 Mottled Gray Wool Woolx7 Woolx74
x7 x74 I values 48c Blankets 54x76 regular regularGray regularGray
Gray Cotton Blankets 50 400 values valuesx74 30 30xH
xH regular Sic values 6Sc Mottled Gray Wool WoolWhite 001 001Mottled
Mottled Gray Wool Blan Blankets
White and Tan Cotton kets 60x76 regular 475
Blankets 57x74 regular values 380
1 values SOc Light Gray Wool Blan BlanWhite BlanWhite
White Tan and Gray Cot Itetll 68x78 regular 625 625ton
ton Blankets 68x78 reg values f fular 00
1 ular 125 values 100 Light Gray and Tan TnnWhite Tanyq
yq White Tan and Gray Wool Blankets 74x84 74x84Cotton 74x84Cotton
Cotton Blankets 70x80 regular 850 values valuesI 680 680regular
I regular 175 values14O aiues 140 White Wool Blankets 6IM 6IMG 6 6Gray
G x80 regular 625 5 values values5O0 OO j jWhite
Gray rJ Cotton B Blankets 76
White Wool Blankets 74
22 x8 cS2
regular 2 values 160
x84 101i0
Gray Tan and White 76 6 regular
x8 x82 regular U25 225 valuesl80 Fancy SllkoUne Covered
Quilts 7x84 regular
1 Tan and Gray Wool Nap 200 valus values 8100 100
Blankets 58x78 regular Fancy Sateen Covered CoveredI
I p25 26 valuea 180 Quilts 70x76 regular regularan
an Gray and White 250 values values 00
Wool Nap Blankets 68x Fancy Sateen Covered
iii 76 regular 250 values 5200 200 Quilts 68x74 regular regularGray regularGray
Gray and White Wool noo values 40 40Nap 4ONap
Nap Blankets 7484 Fancy Sateen Covered Coveredregular Coveredregular
regular 300 values f200 200 Quilts 68x82 regular regularPlain regularPlain
Plain Gray Wool ool Blan 375 75 values 300 300kets 30OJaq
Jaq kets 54x76 regular 350 Fancy Sateen Covered Coveredvalues Coveredlc
lc values 080 Quilts 70x8 regular regularPlain regular1LLYi
1LLYi Plain Gray Wool Blan 4fiO values 3GO 3GOkets 77
kets 60x76 regular U25 425 Fancy Sateen Covered Coveredvalues
2 values 33Z 3 Quilts 72x84 regular regularPlain regularPlain
Plain Gray Wool Blan 500 values 400 400L1 00 00kets
L1 kets 64x80 regular 500 All Down Quilts 20 per cEnt cEntvalues centvalues
values 8100 00 off offi offOur
Our entire line of ofBed ofBed
Bed Spreads in this thissale thissale
sale at20 per cent off offSPECIAL offrcar
rcar flt fltSPECIAL r
Conference Prices PricesDr P
DrZlmmerlluUI DrZiiu mcmi 34 3LIN LtI STREET STREETThere STREETThere
There Is no economy In having den Set of Teeth fttlUaranteedOO fttlUaranteedOOtsJ
tsJ work done at t any price unless It J Is Gold Crowns CrownsBridge 2K 500
Bridge Work Bet
done ftr first t c class 1 1l811 H Here ere I Is an upper Gold FUllnp F1Illn F1Illntunity 100 500 up
tunlty to have the very best st work at Silver Fillings 75c 75cthe
the lowest prices by an old estab Teeth Cleaned 100
All work guaranteed 13
1shed office whose guarantee Is good Painless Extraction Free with yean Plate
Auction sale of State Lands with water right at Pang1Iitcb Pang1IitcbGarfiehl PanguitcitGarfield
Garfield County Utah October 1 1909 lininuun price of land land25o
250 per acre Maximum price of water 1atm 30 pel acre Terms Tern1sof
of sale Onetenth of purchase price together with interest at atpel atIel
pel cent per annum from date of sale to January 1 1910 payable paJrablein
in cash at time of sale the remainder of the payments will be U diVided Uv
v Vided lel into ten equal annual amounts The first annual install installmellt installinient
mellt will be due and paJrable in advance January 1 1910 and andannually andannually
annually thereafter on January 1 of each year Full payment paymentmay
may be made at time of sale if desired
The land to be sold is isknown isknown
known locally as the Pan Pangultoh Pangultoh
gultoh East Bench It Is Iscovered Iscovered
covered with a growth of ofsagebrush ofsagebrush
sagebrush and grass Is free freetrQm freefrom
from alkali slopes gently to tothe tothe
the west and Is well adapted adaptedtor
for growing farm crops The Thosoil Thesoil
soil of Quite twothirds of ofthe ofthe
the tract Is a deep sandy loam loamwhere loamwhere
where draInage lines cross crossthe crossthe
the area the exposed soil soillayer soillayer
layer frequently shows a adepth adepth
depth ot from ten to twelve twelvefeet twelvefeet
feet feetFrom
From the north end ot the thotract thetract
tract the nearest railroad railroadlltatlon railroadstation
station Is Marysvale on the theSevier theSevier
Sevier Valley Branch of the thoRio theRio
Rio Grande Western Railroad Railroadthe
the dIstance being fortyfive fortyfivemn fortyfivemiles
mn miles milesGood es esGood
Good pUblic ranges are In Inthe Inthe
the Immediate vicinity of the theland theland
land making the location locationgood locationgood
good for stock raising and anddairying anddatrying
dairying dairyingThe
The timber supply Is near nearthere nearthere
there being a sawmill about aboutten aboutten
ten miles distant frOm the thetractup thetractup
tractup Sanford creek The Thesupply Thesupply
supply of fencing material materialboth materialboth
both cedar and pine Is plenti plentiful
ful In the mountains Immedi Immediately izumediately
ately east at a distance of five fiveor fiveor
or six miles milesWood milesWood
Wood Is the only onl fuel avail available avaIlable
able In the Immediate vIcinity vIcinityIt
It Is however plentiful Coal Coalcan Coalcan
can be obtained by a haul ot otabout ofabout
about forty miles milesSanford milesSanford
Sanford creek a clear clearmountain clearmountain
mountain stream crosses the thetract thetract
tract somewhat south of the
maIn body of Irrigable land landand landasd
and forms 8 a good culinary culinarywater culinarywater
water supply supplyThe supplyThe
The water supply or water waterright waterright
right for this land is made up upfrom upfrom
from two sources FirstA FirstAtiling FirstAfiling
tiling in the state engineers englneersottIC engineersoffice
office for one hundred twenty twentyfive twentyfive
five cubic feet per second of ofthe ofthe
the flow ot Sevier rIver ThIs ThIsflUng Thisfiling
flUng will supply the lands landswith landswith
with water during the high or ortlood orflood
flood water of each spring springSecondA springSecondA
SecondA storage reservoIr reservoIrsituated reservoirsituated
situated twenty miles south of ofthe ofthe
the tract at Hatchtown cap capable capable
able of holding fourteen thou thousand thousand
sand acreteet of water Each Eachacre 1achacre
acre of Irrigated land sold soldwill soldwill
will have attached to It 1710e 1710eof
of this reservoIr or two acre acreteet acrefeet
feet of water lor each acre acreof acreof
of land sold with a water waterrIght waterright
rIght This supply If trans transferred transferred
ferred without loss to the theland theland
land would cover It twenty twentyfour twentyfour
four Inches deep with water waterThe waterThe
The reservoir and canal wIll wIllbe willbe
be completed during October Octoberof
of the present year so that thatIrrigation thatIrrigation
Irrigation water can be car carried carned
ned to all the land during the theIrrlgation theIrrigation
Irrigation season of 1910 1910The 1910The
The purchasers must build buildtheir buildtheir
their own laterals ThIs will willbe willbe
be comp comparatively ratlvely an easy mat matter matter
ter as the soil Is easily essllyplowed easilyplowed
plowed and the slopes are arefavorable arefavorable
favorable favorablePortions favorablePortions
Portions ot some of the thetortyacre thefortyacre
tortyacre tracts selected and andto andto
to be sold are Irregular In Insurface Insurface
surface or contain a very
The ThePrevailing ThePrevailing
Prevailing PrevailingColor PrevailingColor
Color ColorIn
In coal wagons for forfall forfall
fall and Tinter is isBLUE isBLUE
BLUE Better coal coaltoo coaltoo
too tooI tooWestern
I Western Fuel Co CoCritchlow CoCritchiow
Critchlow Fischer Kittle KittleCable KittleCable
Cable Address HWesiuco HWesiucoPhones WesfucoPhones
Phones 719 73 Main Street StreetEVER StreetEVER
no noThats
Thats the name of the best bestsafety bestsafety
safety razor made to sell for LOO LOOWe 100We
We have 500 new OUN just in infrom Infrom
from the facto factory Every man manshould manshould
should be his own barber barberI barberCall
Call in and let us show you how howthey howthey
I they work
1 100 at atI atGodbePitts atGodbePitts
GodbePitts Drug Co CoThe
The Old Reliable Reliablelot
lot South Main Mainf MainSMITHS
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Easy to Bake BakeQ1JEEN linksQUEEN
For AIl Ilodll M MMILL IW stott stottMILL
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poor quality ot soUl soil or have haverough haverough
rough material p piled 100 over overthem overthem
them these portions are areeliminated areelIminated
eliminated from the Irrigable Irrlgableare
are sold without a water waterright waterright
right a uniform charge ot
260 per acre being made for forthe forthe
the same It does not follow fonewthat followthat
that the U50 250 tractions of ofsome ofsome
some of the fortyacre tracts tractsarq tractsarq
arq worthless they form some somoof someof
of the best locations for forhomes forhomes
homes and yards yardsThe yardsThe
The expenses for general generalmaintenance generalmaintenance
maintenance of the Irrigation Irrigationsystem Irrigationsystem
system will be paId from a amaintenance amaintenance
maintenance fund which will wUlbe willbe
be provided by the land board boardlevying boardlevying
levying a uniform tax on all allland allland
land In the system with a awater awater
water right t which tax for foranyone forany
anyone any one acre with such water waterright waterright
right shall not exceed 16800 16800of
of the total expense of main maintenance maIntenance
tenance ot saId IrrIgation IrrIgationsystem irrigationsystem
system systemNo
No land will be Bold for less lessthan lessthan
than the appraised value valuethereof valuethereof
thereof and not less than thanforty thanforty
forty acres nor more than 1S0 1S0acres 160acres
acres will be sold to anyone anyoneIndividual any one oneIndividual
Individual com company pan or cor corporation corporation
poration and such sales will willonly willonly
only be made to cItizens ot otthe ofthe
the United States or those thMewho thosewho
who have declared their In Intention Intention
tention to become such suchSTATE suchSTATE
By W D Candland
PresIdent PresIdentW
W H Farnsworth FarnsworthSecretary FarnsworthSecretary
a Sa r rTHE A
The Big Removal RemovalClean RemovalCieanUp
Clean CieanUp Up Sale SaleAt I IAt
Although this is the last week of the great CleanUp Sale it is by no means the least leastfor leastfor
for this week we put forth our greatest efforts and if possible make the end eclipse all allthat allthat
that has gone before Only a few days more and we will meet our friends and customers customersin
in our new building where we hope to serve you even better than ever before Dont Dontmiss Dontmiss
miss this last week for we have cast all thought of profit to the winds Many heavy heavyweight heavyweight
weight suits included with balance of our summer stock Overcoats fall and winter winterunderwear wintcrunderwear
underwear at onefourth off offGREATER offGREATER
Just Across the Street 11 I I 7 Main St Stw
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indicates weakness of ofthe the stom stomach stomach
ach nerv nerves s which control the thedesire thedesire
desire for food It is a sure suresign suresign
sign that the digestive organs organsneed orgnsneed
need the help of ofBEECHAMS ofBEECHAM
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We Treat You Right RightA
A fine white diamond Is JrtHHI JrtHHIenough geee4enough
enough for most people If Bet gtI gtIenough gesdeJIotigII
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Notice to Water Users UHrsSTATE UsersSTATE
Lake City Utah August 11 1D 1DNotice 190SNotice
Notice Is hereby given wen that John A ABagley ABagley
Bagley and F M Lyman Jr whose post postoffice postoffice
office address s I Salt Lake City ttah ttahmade Ltamade
made application In accordance with th the therequirements
requirements ot chapter Its Se8aion Laws Lawsof T Tof 0
of Utah 1906 to appropriate one thoulan < i
1000 cubic feet per second of water from tromSevier fromSevier
Sevier river Juab county Utah 8al1 8al1water Sa4water
water was to have been diverted by means mpantof
of a dam and II canal at a point which whichbears whichbears
bears north 11 degrees 50 O minutes east eaRt21W6
21W6 feet distant from the north quarter quartrcorner quartercorner
corner of section 17 town township hlp 16 1 south southrange southrange
range 2 W wet iot Salt Lake Lake baBe and meri meridIu rneridias
dIu from where It w was to have been beenconveyed beenconveyed
conveyed for a distance of 184 1S4800 feet and andthere V Vthere
there used from April 1 to September 3 3Inch 3inclusive
Inch inclusive ive oS each year to Irrigate 1952 192J 192Jacres lO lOacres
acres of Ja1d embraced In sections 1 to 36 36Inclusive 3iinclusive
Inclusive township 15 south range 7 west wpstlectlons westsections
sections 21 28 and II townshIp 15 south southrange southrange
range 8 west est sections 1 t I L 4 t 10 11
12 H 15 16 17 10 Z1 3Z 28 21 30 31 31township 31township
township 16 south ran range 6 west sections sections4678917Z1934Zand36
4 4678917Z1934Zand36 4678917Z1934Zand36township 5 6 7 S t 17 8 JJ J4 and 31 31tmVDshlp >
township 16 south ra range 8 Ii west ectlonl
1 to 36 Inclusive townshIp II south rang rangII
II west sections 1 to 36 inclusive towr towrship towrship
ship 16 south range 7 west sections 1 to
36 Inclusive township 16 south range II IIwest Swest
west section 1 to 36 inclusIve townshIp
17 south ran range II welt sections 1 to 3 3hcI118lve 33 33iiclusIve
hcI118lve township 17 south range 7 west westaectlOIUI westsections
sections 1 to 36 InclusIve township townshipsouth 8 8lIOuth
south range I west Salt Lake ba bae baeand < l land
and meridian In addition to the qua Quantity quatity
tity at water above mentioned aid appli applicants applicasts
cants Inten Intended ed to appropriate two hU1 hU1dred hufldred
dred thousand U00O0 OOO IlCreteet of water waterwhIch waterwhich
whIch w was to have been stored In a reser reservw reservoir
vw embrlWed In township 15 south range rangeI
2 west and to township D8hlp 11 south range 2 west westSalt westSalt
Salt Lake base and meridian Said water waterwas waterwas
was to have been stored whenever avail availAble availbk
Able bk during the period from January 1 to toDecember toDecember
December 11 InclusIve of each year and andreleued andreleased
released durin during the period from June 1 to toSeptemDer toSeptember
September i inclusive of each year and andaJ andallowed
aJ allowed to flow down the natural cbanntl cbanntlof
of Hid stream to the point above sped spedfled specfled
fled where It wall W to have been diverted diverteJconveyed i iconveyed
conveyed and used In the manner and for forthe forthe
the pUIIH purpose afore aforesaid aJd Said application applicationWIUI appl catlon C Cwas
was approved by the state engineer March March1S
1S 1 1Hi T and until March 1 1910 was al allowed allowed
lowed for tM completion of the worn wornft worksasSesSOr
ft asSesSOr or the appropriation ot the thewater thewater
water The Sevier RIver Land and Water Watereompaay Watercompany
company the assignee of John A Bagley Bagleyand Bagleyand
and F M Lyman jr by JtII It secretary J JD JD
D Land whose postofftce address Is Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah Intends to carry out the theKbeme thescheme
scheme outlined above except that appl applcaUon appitcotton
cotton Is hereby made In accordance wIth wIthaetton witheetIon
aetton 1288x4 chapter 62 SessIon Laws of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah 1M 10 to change the place of diver diversion diverston
sion to a poInt from which the southeast southeastcorner outhealtcorner
corner of section 22 townshIp 14 south lIOuthraqe southrange
range Sweat I west Salt Lake blue and men meridian mendma
dma bears south IG < < 5 degrees 12 2 minutes minutesea mInuteseast
ea east t 1 1101 feet distant from where it is to tobe tobe
be conveyed to the above described lands landsand landsand
and there used during the periods and andfor andfor
for the purpose e above named The appll appllcation app appcaUot
cation 18 designated In the state engineers engineersoffice engineersoffice
office as No 1X7 1X7All l3 l3All
All protests against the granting of said saidebange sadchange
change 01 point of dlverMOIl stating taUn tt ttteasons t tteasons
teasons therefor must be made by aW aWI afiTidavlt
I davlt lYit In duplicate and tiled In this office otflcwithin officewtthin
within thIrty 10 days after the compe competiGn completlou
tiGn at o the publication of this notice noticeCALEB noticeCALEB
State Engineer BnlPneerDate EngineerDate
Date of tlr first t publication September 1 1date 1 1date
date of completion ot publication pubUcatlonSeptember publicationSeptember
September lB lBNotice lI0Notice
Notice of Sale of Real Estate EstateIN
court 10 and for the county of Salt Lak LakiKate Lakstate
state oC Utah In the matter of the Pc Pctate ertate
tate of Alfred Benmon decea deceased ed Xotk Xotkof
of sale Ie of real estate eetateTbe estateThe
The undersigned will sell at private salt saltthe salthe >
the following described tracts of land lanrItdtuated landsituated
situated In Salt Lake county state of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah UtahThe UtahThe
The southeast quart of the southwE < t taartec V Vquarter
quarter aartec of section el eight < < ht I township two twoI
I south of range one 1 west SI SILake Sa1Lake
Lake meridian contalnlD < < fort forty t taClltllo iames
ames aClltlloAn amesAn
An undivided ooehalf Interest In th thfollowing thfollowing
following described tract of land towit towitThe towitThe
The nortbwdt quarter ot section twehi
1 12 the north northwest welt quarter of section on
0 1 an ant the northeast quarter of sectlnn sectlnneleven zectlnneleven
eleven 11 all in township three 3 3IIOUth f
south of range two west Salt Lak Lakmtrldia Lakmeridian
meridian meridianAlso l
Also an undivided onehalf Interest in inthe n nthe
the following described property towit towitCommencln towitcommencing
commencing at the northwest corner of ofthe ofthe
the northeast quarter of section fifteen
15 running thenceetUtt 1100 ia feet thencJ thencJlIOuth thenc3south
south 10GI feet thence south 79 degrees
34 minutes west 10013 feet thence south southdeJree
45 degrees west 1053 feet thenID thenIDsouth then thensouth
south eo degree t7 7 minutes west 966 966feet 955feet
feet thence north N 7 degrees 8 minutes minutesweat minuteswent
went 32271 feet thence south 89 de degrees degreesminutes rees
3 minutes west M41 014 feet thence north northfeet
168 feet to beginning all In townshin townshinthree townstinthree
three 1 south of range two 2 we wef wefSalt t tSalt
Salt Lake meridian In Salt Lake coun county county
ty Utah UtahAlto UtahAlso
Alto an undivided ODebait Interest In Inthe n nthe
the certificate of aa Ie No 1574 from th thIttate thstate
state of Utah to Hyrum Bateman an anundIvided anundivided
undIvided Oft4half Interest of which WRI WRIduly waduly
duly assigned to said deeeaaed upon uponwblcb uponwhich
which oDehalf Interest of sAId certificate certificatethere certificatethere
there Is 1 due and owing from the said de deCtased deceased
ceased the sum of W 7IO which said cer certiflcate < 11 11tUtoate
tUtoate Is on the west eat halt ot the south southwest snuthwest
west quartpr ot section four 4 and the theeast thealt
east half of the southeast t quarter of see SfCtloft seeton
ton flV fIvq 5 In township three 3 south southof II IIot
ot range two 2 west t Bait Lake mend mendian i l llan
lan In the county of Salt lt Lake atatt 01 01Utah orU8i
Utah UtahAlso
U8i Also an IIndllded onphalf Interest nteTP t 4n 4nthe n nthe
the salt certificate No 1577 from the stat statof t1tof
of Utah to Christopher Bateman and andundivided andundivided
undivided oneaIt Interest of saId cpr cprUfteate certificate
Ufteate was duly assigned to said de deceased deceased
ceased In his lifetime and upon whkh whkhonehatt whiehonehalf
onehatt Interest there Is unpaId the lum lumot surriof
ot f7 2700 00 Said certificate of ale Is for forthe forthe
the south soUthWSSt eSt quarter of section fIve 5 5In 5In
In township three 3 south of range twc
2 west Salt L1kp mfrtdian on or aftc1 aftc1the afrthe
the lOth day of 0 October A D sos for forcash m mcash
cash Ten per cent of the bId payable payahlfat
at the time ef the sale and the bahm bahmupon babinceupon
upon confirmation ot the court Writtn Writtnblda a abids
bids wm be receIved at No 53 Te1ple Te1pletOIl
tOIl buD building lng Seit al Lake City Ity rtah rtahAMELIA TtahAMELIA
AdmInistrators AdmInistratorsDatd
Dated Sept 23 1909 1 1CallnOTJ
Cannon Stokes Attorneys

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