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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAYXOCT 2 1909 I
THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN
HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
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Est Feb 12 1908 1908The 1900The 1906The
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TRADE CODNCft
WE CAN WIN WINThere THISELECTION THISELECTIONThere
There is no sort of doubt the Repub Republlcan RepubJcan Bepublican
llcan city ticket can be elected electedNo elected electedNo electedNo
No need of passion or of intemperate intemperateassertion Intemperateassertion te teassertion
assertion The cold facts support the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement The Republican Republl i1n ticket can canbe canbe canbe
be elected electedIn
In the first place the Republican Eepubllcanparty Republicanparty Republicanparty
party carried the city last fall It is isstronger 113stronger thatronger
stronger now than it was then The TheAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American party Is weaker more divided dividedby dividedby dividedby
by quarrelling factions more criticised criticisedby
by the groat body of the voters more morecondemned morecondemned morecondemned
condemned for its acts by the better betterelement betterelement betterelement
element of its former supporters supportersThe
The year that has passed has proved provedwhat provedwhat provedwhat
what most Informed men have be believed believedthat believedthat ¬
lieved lievedthat that the American party Is Issolely Issolely issolely
solely and entirely a Tom Kearns or organization organization organization ¬
ganization The year that has passed passedhas passedhas passedhas
has also shown a declining grade of ofpublic ofpublic ofpublic
public service an increasing purpose purposeof
of loot and graft a less regard for the thewishes thewIshes thewishes
wishes and Interests of the people and anda
a more and more strong determination determinationon
on the part of the Kearns bosses to tofatten tofatten tofatten
fatten their leader and promote quaf quafrels q quairels ar arrels
rels In the city and the state stateAnother stateAnother stateAnother
Another reason for believing In the thesuccess thesuccess theeuccess
success of the Republican ticket is that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this party partYhB8 has presented worthy candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates a better array array of men than is isfound Isfound isfound
found with the opposition From Mr MrMurdoch MrMurdoch MrMurdoch
Murdoch to the last man on omthe the ticket ticketthe ticketthe ticketthe
the cause of the people Is safer In the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the Republicans than with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their opposition The people know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that They will prove their preference
at the polls pollsNo pollsNo pollsNo
No man can say sayan an American victory victoryis
is essential to the great cause of im improvement Improvement tmprovement ¬
provement Improvement will not notpause notpause notpause
pause because of the American party partydefeat partydefeat partydefeat
defeat But the election of the Repub Republican Republican RepubIian ¬
lican ticket makes guaranty tjiat t at im improvement Improvement Improvement ¬
provement will go forward to the full fulltide fulltide fulltide
tide of the peoples desire AND ANDEVERY ANDEVERY ANDEVERY
EVERY DOLLAR PAID FOR SPE SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL ¬
CIAL ASSESSMENTS 4ND FOR FORTAXES FORTAES FORTAXES
TAXES WILL BE SPENT FOR THE THEBENEFIT THEBENE THEBENEFIT
BENEFIT BENE IT OF THE PEOPLE AND ANDNOT ANDNOT D DNOT
NOT BE CUT UP BETWEEN PO POLITICAL POLITICAL P0LITICAL ¬
LITICAL BOSSES AND FAVORED FAVOREDCONTRACTORS FAVOREDCONTRACTORS FAVOREDCONTRACTORS
CONTRACTORS CONTRACTORSThere
There will be a difference that all the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people can understand The taxpayers taxpayerswill
will get what they pay for For the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time in any city Salt Lake pre presents presents preserits ¬
sents this spectacle Sidewalks and andsewers andsewers andsewers
sewers can be provided at private con contract contract contract ¬
tract for half themoney required when whenthe whenth whenthe
the th > city does the work workThere workThere workThere
There is no question of that fact And Andit
it should not be the case It is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the many reasons why wh the present presentparty pre presentparty nt ntJarty
party in power will be removed removedEvery removedEvery removedEvery
Every man and every woman In the thecity thecity thecity
city desiring an overthrow of the theKearns th thKearns theXearns
Kearns machine will help helpto to secure that thatresult thatresult thatresult
result by voting the Republican ticket ticketWith ticketWith ticketWith
With a party stronger at the poll pollthan pollftl pollthan
than tl an the American party last year a aparty aparty aparty
party that has grown stronger while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the opposition has grown weaker in the theyear theyear theyear
year with a better ticket and a great greater
er cause cau causethe ethe the Republicans are gplng to towin towin towin
win winAnd
And every friend of peace and andprogress andi andprogress
i progress prosperity and fair dealing dealingwill dealingwill dealingwill
will help to secure that result
THEY ARE BEHIND THE TIMES TIMESOnce TIMESOnce TIMESOnce
Once when the Kearns agency de dej declared de1clared
j 1clared dared that Utah was twentyfive year yearbehind yenrsbehlnd yearsbehind
behind her sister states The Herald HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublican
Republican took issue with that state statejment statement stateinent
jment ment We dldnt believe the state statewa statewabehind wa wabehind waher i
behind her sister states In anything anythingThat any anythingThat thin thinIhat
That seems to have been error The TheTribune TheTribune TheTribune
Tribune Is behind the times behind behindnewspapers behindnewspapers
i newspapers in the sister states and i ithere if ifi ifthere
i there be any brother states is behind behinagood behindgooa behindgooa
gooa newspaper work In them too tooThat tooThat tooThat
That scandalous slander of Governor Governo6pry GovernorSpry GoverncrSpry
Spry this untruthful charge that Sen SenUtor Senator Sonator
ator Smoot did not enter the Unitarian Unitarianchurch Unitarianchurch Unitarianchurch
church last Sunday and the explana explanation ex explanation plana planatlon
tion the Tribune has made of its report reporiln reportjn reporti
iln i in the matter proves conclusively that thathe thatthe thatthe
the Podunk Clarion Is an uptodate uptodatpublication uptodatepublIcation uptodatepublication
publication In comparison comparisonIn
In a labored article published Fri Frlday Friday Friday
day the Tribune convicts Itself Qf moss mossback mossback mossback
back journalism that wouldnt be tol tolcrated tolerate toleratecl
crated < 1ln in Po Poey ey county countyIn
In any state other than Utah If th thgovernor the theI thegovernor
governor I > vernor attending the President o othe ot otthe ofthe
the United States had been reportec reportecas
as having refused to enter a church o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Presidents choice basing his re refusal refusal refusal
fusal on the statement that his re religious religious religious
ligious convictions would not permit permlhim permithim permithim
him to do such a thing if a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senator also of the President Presidententourage Presldentsentourage Presidentsentourage
entourage had been reported as refus refusIng refusIng refusIng
Ing to enter the church for the same samreason samereason samereason
reason the paper to which such a state statof stateof
of affairs was reported would have In Interviewed Intervlewed interviewed
terviewed the governor and the senator senatebefore senatorbefore senatorbefore
before printing anything anythingEven anythingEven anythinglven
Even in Posey county the statesman statesmanof
of a reporter that neither governor no noeenator nor norsenator norsenator
senator could be reached by telephone telephonwould telephoneWould telephonewould
would not have been accepted The E re reporter Ieporterall reporterall
porter porterall all the reporters in Posey Poseywould Poseywould Poseywould
would have been assigned to the theduty thedutyof duty dutyof
of Interviewing those officials before E Estrange so sostrange sostralige
strange a report would have been pub publlshed published pubIished
llshed concerning them themWe themVe themWe
We are glad the Tribune has con confessed confessed confessed
fessed that th t It is twentyfive years be behind behind behind
hind its Journalistic brothers It saves savethe savesthe savesthe
the effort on the part of any anyone one else elseAnd elseI elseAnd
I And in Posey if any any owner of a paper papefound paperfound paperfound
found that paper publishing so im improbable 1mprobable Improbable
probable a stc stcry ry without investigating i iit If Ifit i iit
it were true that owner would call th the theI
I
responsible heads of the establishment establishmentinto establIshment establIshmentInto
into his private office and when they theyame theycame theycame
came out they wouldnt have any heads headsat
at t all allFor allFor allFor
For in Posey county a blunder blUItderplus blUItderplusInfamous blunderplusinfamous plus plusnfamous
Infamous cussednessIs Is the worst of ofrimes ofcrimes ofcrimes
crimes And the Tribune Is far more morehan morethan morethan
than a quarter century behind that thattandard thattandard thatstandard
tandard of Journalism JournalismBy
By the Tribunes managing editor editorvho editorwho editorwho
who makes free use of two columns to torint toprint toprint
print rint his confession he fired the lying lyingeporter lyingreporter lyingreporter
reporter reporterYet eporterYet
Yet that reporter brought In just what whathe whathe whathe
he was expected and required to bring bringIn
In n He H brought just what the Tribune Tribunewanted Tribunewanted Tribunewanted
wanted And the man who printed the thelanderous theslanderous theslanderous
slanderous untrue and inexcusable ar aricle article artide
tide without investigation should fol foloV foll follcv
oV l v the discarded reporter down the theveilworn thewellworn thewellworn
wellworn pathway toHhe treet streetBut treetBut treetBut
But whether they go or stay theyhave they theymvo theyhave
have mvo the proud satisfaction of knowing knowinghey knowingthey knowingthey
they have In their recent recentconduct conduct struck struckhighwater struckhighwater struckhighwater
highwater mark of immoral journal journalIsm
Ism sm Nothing quite so shameful quite quiteso
so Inefficient quite so clumsy will be bedone bedone bedone
done in the next hundred years yearsEither yearsEither yearsEither
Either here or in the sister states
DR GOSHENS CANDIDACY CANDIDACYSalt
Salt Lake Is warranted In selfgratu selfgratuatlon seltgratulatlon selfgratulation
atlon because of the nomination of ofRev ofRev ofRev
Rev Elmer I Goshen as a candidate for forthe forI forthe
I the city council It Isnt so much to tothe toI tothe
I the point that he happens to be candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date from the Fifth ward as that he is isa Isa Isa
a nominee of the people peopleThere peopleThere peopleThere
There Is a man for whom both men menand menand menand
and women of all parties of every everychurch everychurch everychurch
church of every sort and condition of oflife oflife oflife
life should vote voteunless unless a better man Is Isopposed Isopposed Isopposed
opposed tn tI him And it happens that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the man opposed is precisely the one onewhoso onewhose onewhoso
whoso candidacy accentuates the very veryqualities veoqualities veryqualities
qualities which make Mr Goshen de desirable desirable desirable ¬
sirable asa as a public official officialFor officialFor officialFor
For one thing Mr Goshen is honest honestFor honestFor honestFor
For another he is able For another anotherhe
he IB Is fair No honest Interest of the city cityneed eftyneed cityneed
need fear him No legitimate activity activitywill
will be opposed by him And he will willsrlng willbring VIIIbring
bring to the discharge of his council councilmanic councilmanic councilmanic
manic duties a mind splendidly stored storedwith storedwith storedwith
with information an ability in handling handlingmen
men a knowledge of the city cIt and its itsneeds Itsneeds itsneeds
needs that few men can hope to equal equalIn
In that connection the declination of ofcandidacy ofcandidacy ofcandidacy
candidacy by Rev Mr lr Short from the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth ward much as that declining Is Isto Isto isto
to be regretted on some grounds pre presents presents presents ¬
sents a detail of life which must be becommended becommended becommended
I commended Mr lr Short believes he can
be of greater help to Mr Goshen in the theFifthand theFifth theFifthand
Fifth Fifthand nnd he feels that victory should shouldbe
be secured there He realizes that a apopular aDopular apopular
popular criticism might be made on the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of two ministers on the city cityticket cityticket cityticket
ticket And he sees he better ethical ethicalopportunity ethicalopportunlt ethicalopportunity
opportunity In the Fifth than in the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth Therefore he hedeclines declines to re remain romfLIn remain ¬
main a candidate while giving his cor cordial cordial cordial ¬
dial support to his friend friendIn
In the case of neither man Is there therethe therethe therethe
the slightest suggestion of selfishness selfishnessTo
To either the prospect Involves much muchwork muchwork muchwork
work heaped upon the shoulders of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men who have at present a great deal dealof dealof dealof
of labor To bolh the nomination nominationcomes nominationcomes nominationcomes
comes because the people want good goodmen goodmen goodmen
men in the council and not because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they have In the remotest way sought soughtfor
for or desired the place placeAnd placeAnd placeAnd
And the city is to be congratulated on onMr onMr onMr
Mr Goshens certain election It will willmean willmean willmean
mean betterment of the city govern government government government ¬
ment It will mean a lifting of the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard of official character for the thecity thecity thecity
city It will mean improvement of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which every resident of Salt Lake may majfeel mayfeel mayfeel
feel proud
BROTHER DOUGLASS BLUNDERS BLUNDERSAs
As a general thing the appointments appointmentsof
of the national government are wise wiseand wiseand wiseand
and right But a mistake certainly was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made in the sending of W B Douglass DouglassInto DouglassInto Doulassinto
Into the western country to survey the thefield thefield thefield
field whose harvest is prehistoric ruins ruinsand ruinsand ruinsand
and whose decorations are natural naturabridges naturalbridges naturalbridges
bridges bridgesDouglass bridgesDouglass bridgesDouglass
Douglass has the Impression that thaeverything thateverything thateverything
everything of archaeological value valufound valuefound valuefound
found In Utah should be carried by him himto himto himto
to the Smithsonian Institution a at
Washington He regards the activity activityof
of Professor Cummings and others o othe of ofthe ofthe
the University of Utah though with withauthority withauthority withauthority
authority from the department as an anintrusion anIntrusion anIntrusion
intrusion And he fills his report to th thgovernment the thegovernment thegovernment
government with petty and frivolous frivoloustatements frivolousi frivolousstatements
statements that are not borne out 6y 6ythe 6ythe iythe
the facts nor warranted by the best In Interests Interes Interests
terests of historical research researchThe researchThe researchThe
The recent trip of Professor Cum Cummlngs Cummings Cummings
mings and his party into southern southernUtah southernUtah southernUtah
Utah their discovery of the new nat natural natural natural
ural bridge their acquiring of further furtheinformation furtherinfo furtherInformation
information info matlon relative to ancient village villagein
in the neighborhood of Navajo moun mountain rnounfain mountain
tain and their better acquaintance acquaintancewith
with the whole prehistoric field are o othe of ofthe ofthe
the greatest interest to the nation am amto and andto andto
to the world Because the University Universityof
of Utah has taken an active interest in inthis Inthis Inthis
this research for years past entirely ac accounts accounts accounts
counts for the discoveries that have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made The state and the uni university unlverslt university
versity should have the credit of th thdiscoveries the thediscoveries thediscoveries
discoveries And the material materlalfound found in inthe Inthe Inthe
the forgotten abodes of ancient cliff cliffdwellers cliffdwellers cliffdwellers
dwellers should be preserved In the mu museum museum muscum
seum of the University of Utah That ThaIs ThatIs
Is certain certainMr
Mr Douglass has done the cause o oscientific of ofscientific ofscientific
scientific research no good by his hick hickerings blckerings bickerings
erings his ill temper tomperand and his assump assumption assumption assumption
tion of authority he does not possess possessHere pO possessHere less lessHere
Here Is a work In which the govern government government governmont
ment and the state cooperate can But Buno Butno Butno
no good effuse can be served Jerved by men o omethods or ormethods ormethods
methods of the Douglass variety
CLEAN MILK IS GOOD ENOUGH ENOUGHDr
Dr Goler health officer of Rochester RochesterN
N Y declares that It Is not necessary necessaryfor
for milk to be pasturized On the basis basisof
of a long service In that office an ex extended extended cxtended
tended experience and an unusual mas mastery mastery mastery
tery of the problems of a physician he hesays hesays hesays
says that if milk is clean nothing more moris moreIs moreis
is required for the preservation o ohealth ot othealth ofhealth
health healthThat healthThat healthThat
That statement will be believed in inSalt It ItSalt itSalt
Salt Lake And with reportsshowing reportsshowingthat
that every dairyman serving the people peoplof peopleof
of the city has at least three and one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half per cent of butter fat the on onproblem one oneproblem oneproblem
problem here Is reduced to a question questionof
of cleanliness cleanlinessThe
The milk Is rkh enough That I Ishown Is Isshown isshown
shown by the tests If it be not clean
all the rich qualities but add to the theperil theperil I Iperil
peril perilSo perilSo perilSo
So that the task of our local officials officialsand officialsand officialsand
and the duty of milkmen narrow at atnee atonce atonce
once to the easily achieved a condition of ofleanilness ofcleanliness ofcleanliness
cleanliness There Is no excuse under underhe underthe underth
he th sun for filth Clear water and a aittle alittle alittle
little labor will wash a can will make a atable astable astable
stable clean and will follow the whole wholeprocess wholeprocess wholeprocess
process of distribution with tidy habit habitand habitand habitand
and healthful results resultsNot resultsNot resultsNot
Not all the typhoid fever of o the pres presnt present present
ent nt and the retent past has been caused causedby
by milk in any condition Some cases casesare casesare casesare
are o children who wh have not taken the theairy thedairy thedairy
dairy milk at all In many other cases caseslowever caseshowever caseshowever
however the condition of the milk as aso asto asto
to o cleanliness Has been the one cause causeof causeot causeof
of sickness and even of death deathThat deathThat deathThat
That peril at least can be removed removedAnd removedAnd removedAnd
And neither the milkmen nor the of officials officials officials ¬
ficials who permit unclean milk to be beserved beserved beserved
served to the people can escape respon responsibility responsibility responsibility ¬
sibility for the bad condition of health healthor
or those sad sacrifices on the unclean uncleanaitar uncleanaltar uncleanaltar
altar of greed
AN UNSATISFIED CRTIC CRITICColliers CRTICComers CRTICColliers
Colliers Magazine is gradually get getting getting getting ¬
ting Into a state of mind It seems seemsto se seemsto ms msto
to have caught the spirit ofthe of the Salt SaltLake SaltLale SaltLake
Lake Tribune and been Inoculated with withthe withthe withthe
the virus of that unamlable sheet sheetOne sheetOne sheetOne
One by one the commands of Colliers Colliersto
to the government have all been dis disobeyed disobeyed dlsobeyed ¬
obeyed They required the extinction extinctionof
of Aldrich and the senator from Rhode RhodeIsland RhodeIsland RhodeIsland
Island ls IsesUllln issstill still in the land of the living livingThey livingThey livingThey
They ordered congress to defeat the thePayne thePayne thePayne
Payne tariff tarl bill bl l and the Payne tariff tariffbill tariffbill tariffbill
bill is the law of the land lan They dic dictated dictatedthe dietatedthe ¬
tated tatedthe the decapitation of Ballinger and andthe andthe andthe
the President says he thinks Ballinger Ballingers
Is s a very good officer officerand and there is no novacancy novacancy novacancy
vacancy in thejeablnet thejeablnetTherefore thecablnetTherefore thecabinetTherefore i
Therefore Colliers Colllersraves raves at the whole wholeTaft wholeTaft wholeTaft
Taft behavior behaviorIn b halorIn
In many portions of the country the therattlesnake therattlesnake therattlesnake
rattlesnake is known Wherever 160 160known o oinown oknown
known it Is a recognized d fact that thatsometime thatsometime thatsometime
sometime In the month of August the therattlesnake therattlesnake therattlesnake
rattlesnake gets blind but never loses loseshis loseshis loseshis
his venom He continues to bit but he hebites hebites hebites
bites blindly And the wise provision provisionof
of nature is discovered In the fact that thatin thatIn thatin
in such temper the rattlesnake misses misseshis misseshis misseshis
his aim and bites himself to death deathWe deathWetrust deathWetrust
We Wetrust trust that will not be the fate of ofColllerc ofColllerc ofColllerc
Colllerc Out here in Utah we like the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper It has an admirable line of ofcapitally ofcapitally ofcapitally
capitally Illustrated advertisements advertisementsBut
But we believe more In the President Presidentthan Presidentthan Presidentthan
than we do In any New York weekly weeklyhowever weeklyhowever weeklyhowever
however selfpraised And we are going goingto
to believe b lleve that the President will not notdo notdo notdo
do any damage to the country or to toany toan toany
any an part of it by any of his appoint appointments appointments appointments ¬
ments or by b his declining to can a acabinet acabinet acabinet
cabinet member on the dictum of east eastern eastem eastem ¬
ern em editors We say eastern editors editorsFurther editorsFurther editorsFurther
Further than that it may be well to toremember toremember toremember
remember that all the people interested interestedcare
care for the th cause which grows out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the more personal Ballinger Incident is isthat Isthat isthat
that the water power of the nation be bedeveloped bedeveloped hedeveloped
developed and so that the people car carhave cathave carhave
have the benefit of it And we thlnV thlnVthe thlnllI thin7ethe
I the people are going to get Just that
A CONCEPTION OF GOD GODHow GODHow GODHow
How glibly how greasily man says saysIGod saysYet
ftGod ftGodYet IGod IGodYet
Yet the wisest savant Is the merest merestclod merestClod merestclod
clod clodWhose ClodWholle clodWhose
Whose mind can not compass compasshandful this thishandful thishandful
handful of sod sodFrom SQdFrom sodFrom
From his own little earth Here It Is Isnewlygrassed IsnewJgrassed isnewlygraseed
newlygrassed newlygrassedEvery newJgrassedEvery
Every grain of its sand Is molecular molecularmassed molecularmassed molecularmassed
massed massedEvery massedEvery massedEvery
Every blade is an epic serene unsur unsurpassed unsurpassed unsurpassed ¬
passed passedEvery passedEvery passedEvery
Every cell of Its life holds a secret so sovast sovast sovast
vast vastThat vastThat vastThat
That the mind staggers back at the theriddle theriddle theriddle
riddle aghast aghastAs
As a grain of this sand to Its planet planetso
so too
Is our earth to the suns
our view viewAnd viewAnd viewAnd
And beyond And beyond Man must mustever mutever mustever
ever despond despondTo
To pronounce any word save another anotherBeyond anotherBeyond anotherBeyond
Beyond BeyondAye BeyondAye BeyondAye
Aye we scan and we search we dis dlspute dispute dispute
pute and discuss discussBut discussBut discussBut
But Infinity still Is Beyond with a aPlus1 aPlus aPlus
Plus Plus1Our PlusOur PlusOur
Our star In the streak of the sky skymerely skymerely skymerely
merely floats floatsAs floatsAs floatsAs
As a speck in the sunbeam a mote moteamong moteamong moteamong
among motes motesSwarming motesSwarming motesSwarming
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Infinitesimal InfinitesimalInsect InfinitesimalInsect inflnitesimalInsect
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knees kneesAnd kneesAnd kneesAnd
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PleaseHe Please PleaseHe
He cajoles the Omnipotent salving hi hiWith his hisviews hisviews
views viewsWith viewsWith
With some secondhand praise and andsome andsome andsome
some gossipy news newsAnd newsAnd newsAnd
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To alter His Plan thus and so as sug suggested suggested suggested
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to smile smileEdmund smileEdmund
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SMITHY SONG SONGWhen SONGWhen SONGWhen
When I am half adreaming adreamingAnd
And only half asleep asleepWhen asleepWhen asleepWhen
When daylights grayest gleaming gleamingGins gleamingGlns
Gins through the blinds to peep peepOh peepOh peepOh
Oh then I hear the dinging dingingOf
Of the smithy hammers ringing ringingChins ringingChing ringingChing
Ching chinS thing ching chingChlng chingChing chingChing
Ching ching ching ching chingAt
At eve when Im returning returningFrom retumlngFrom returningFrom
From the labors of the day dayTheir dayTheir dayTheir
Their forges yet are burning burningAnd bumlngAnd burningAnd
And still their hammers play playAnd playAnd playAnd
And oft the smiths are singing singingTo
To that measured merry ringing ringingChlng ringingChing ringingChing
Ching ching ching ching chlngChlng chingChing chingChing
Ching ching ching ching chingOften chingOften I IOften
Often with rhythmic bending bendingOf
Of bodies to and fro froThey froThey froThey
They toll in couples sending sendingThe sendingThe sendingThe
The sparks out blow on blow blowOne blowOne blowOno
One hammer always swinging swingingThe
The while the others ringing ringingChlng ringingChing ringingChing
Ching ching ching ching chingChlng chingChing chingChing
Ching ching phlng ching chingo
0 merry anvils anviisounding anviisoundingAll sounding soundingAll
All day till set of sun sunIt suni suniIt I IIt
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That noblest tasks are done doneBy doneBy doneBy
By sturdy blows and swinging swingingJThat swingingJ1hat swingingThat
That keeps the world aringing aringingChlng aringingChing aringingChing
Ching ching ching ching chlngChlng chingChing chingChing
Ching ching ching ching chingGeorge chingGeorge cblngGeorge
George Horton
THE SOULS EXPRESSION EXPRESSIONWith
With stammering lips and Insufficient Insufficientsound Insufficientsound insufficientsound
sound soundI
I strJve and struggle to todeUver deliver right rightThat rightThatmuslc rightThat
That Thatmuslc music of my nature day and night nighWith nightWith nightWith
With dream and thought and feeling In Interwound Interwound Interwound
terwound terwoundAnd
And inly answering all the senses round roundWith roundWith roundWith
With octaves oeta s of a mystic depth and andWhich andhlght andbight
bight hlghtWhich bightWhich
Which step out grandly to the infinite infiniteFrom InflnlteFrom infiniteFrom
From the dark edges of the sensual sensuaground sensual sensualground sensualground
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I 650 values valuesvalues v lues 488 750 values 563 700 values valuesvalues 525 150 150Blankets
700 values valuesvalues 525 850 values 638 800 values valuesvalues 600
750 values 563 1250 values 938 1000 values 750 750Blankets
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GRAY TAN AND A D WHITE 76x 76xI Bed Spreads
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125 values SI00 100 QUILTS S T0x76 n regular 250 250values 2 260values
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2 200 00 values 8100 8100and 1160and 160 160and
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360 values valuesPLAIN 240 240PLAIN 40 40PLAIN values 3 360FANCY 360FANCY 360 300FANCY I
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if their mothers bought b ught XTRAGOOD XTEAGOODclothes XTRAGOODolothes XTRAGOODi
i clothes for them themXTEAGOOD themXTRAGOOD themI
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I clothes clothestheyre tneyre not like other makes of ofboys ofboys ofboys
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195 195zold sold everywhere at 300 300Mullett 300Mullett 300Mullett
Mullett Clothing Cl thing Company CompanyFred
Fred A Slade President Half block west from Main on Second South
I
Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingNOTICE M etlng etlngI etingNOTICE
I NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT A SPECIAL SPECIALmeeting SPECIALmecUnf SPECIALmeeting
meeting of the stockholders of The Corn Commercial Cornmercia Cornmercial ¬
mercial mecUnf Black association a corporation corporationof
of Utah has been called by the officers officersand officersand officersand
and directors to be held at the office of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the corporation towit At the business businessoffice buslnssoffice businessoffice
office of the Continental National bank bankSalt bankSalt bankSalt
Salt Lake City Utah on Wednesday Oct OctJO
20 JO 1900 at 1230 oclock p m of that day dayfor dayfor dayfor
for the purpose of considering and rati ratifying ratifying ratitying ¬
fying the action taken and resolutions resolutionspassed resolutionspassed resolutionspassed
passed by the board of directors at a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting held on Sept 30 1909 authoriz authorizing authorizIng authorizing ¬
ing the borrowing of 70000 for five years yearsat
at 5 per cent Interest payable semian semlannually semiannually semiannually
nually from the Penn Mutual Life In Insurance Insurance Insuranco ¬
surance company and securing the pay payment payment payment ¬
ment of same by the promissory note of oftho ofthe f ftho
tho corporation and a mortgage of all allUs allIts allIts
Its real estate estateBy estateBy etateBy
By order of the board boardW
W V P NOBLE Vice President PresidentX
X J E KIMBALL Secretary
I
SILVER KING CONSOLIDATED MIN MINIng MINIng MINing
Ing company of Utah Principal place of ofbusiness ofbuslness ofbusiness
business Salt Lake City Utah Notice NoticeIs
Is herebygiven hereby given that at a meeting ol the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors held on Sept 1 1903 an assess assessment assessment assessmeat ¬
ment of ten 10 cents per share was waslevied waslevied waslevied
levied on all the Issued and outstanding outstandingshares outslandlngsharCfI outstandingshares
shares of the capital stock of f said id corpo corporation lOrporation corporation ¬
ration payable Immediately to the secre secretary secretary secretary ¬
tary of th company at room 402 < 02 Atlas Atlasblock Atlasblock Atlasblock
block Salt Lake City Utah or to Sprtiz SprtizVoll SprtizVoll SprtizVolt
Voll Co 312 Traction BIdg ldg Cincin Cincinnati CIncinnati Cincinnail ¬
nati 0 and that any stock upon which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the assessment shall remain unpaid at the theclose theclose theclose
close of o business hours Oct 4 1909 9 9be will willbe willbe
be delinquent and advertised Adrertlsedtor for sale at atpublic atpublic atpublic
public auptionand auction and unless payment Is Ismade Ismade ismade
made beforj will be sold on o Saturday Saturdaythe
the 23d day of October 1909 to pay the thedelinquent theelln thedelinquent
delinquent elln uental8eSiment afsessment together with the thecosts thecosts thecoSts
costs of advertising and expense of sale saleG
G W BROWNING BnOWNINOSecretary BROWNINGSecretary BROWNINGSecretary
Secretary SecretaryOffice SecretaryOftl SecretaryOffice
Office Oftl e 4C2 Q2 Atlas Blk Salt Iae Ia City
Utah
Assessment No No4 No4GOLD Jo 4 4CHAMPION 4GOLD
GOLD MOUNTAIN CHAMPION MIN
Ing Milling company Principal office officeand otrlceand officeand
and place of business 216 South Main Mainstreet Mainstreet Mainstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
Ing of the board of directors held on the
15th day of September 1909 an assessment assessmentof
of 4 of 1 cent per share was levied and andassessed andasselSsed andassessed
assessed on the capital stock Issued and andoutstanding andoutstanding
outstanding of the corporation payable
forthwith to C R Long the secretary of ofsaid ofsaid ofsaid
said company at 216 South Main street
Salt Lake City Utah Any Block upon uponwhich uponwhIch uponwhich
which this assessment may remain un unpaid unpaid Unpaid ¬
paid on the 27th day of October 1909 will willbe willbe willbe
be delinquent dellnquentand and advertised for sale at atpublic atpublic atpublic
public auction and unless payment Is lemade Ismade ismade
made before will be sold on the 15th day dayof dayof dayof
of November 1909 to pay the delinquentassessment delinquentassessment delinquent delinquentassessment
assessment thereon together with costs costsof costsof costsof
of advertising and expenses of sal salC salC salC
C R LONG Secretary
Salt Lake City Utah
Dellnqunt Delinqu nt Notice NoticeZENOLI NoticeZENOLI
ZENOLI SlL mnaOPBJlR lItCOPB COM
principal pace p ace ot Ifu hUSIW ln Salt 9ltke
ke City Utah There are an elln
upon the following deeeribed
on account Jf f assessment of one
1 cent per shal levied on the 28th
of July 1909 i the he several amounts
opposite the ames at the rpec
shareholders to wit
No
Name Shares Amt Amt10W Aint10W
10W G Dan 1150 125039S 150
398 W Riter 1 1100 1000 10005S
558 W lIfter lIfter63S Ite 500
635 W Riter 4 461S II 475 47564S
64S W Riter 110 1 100 10075B 00 0075B
75B Ramey to 100 10071A oG oG77A
71A Y Pattel on 2 210 S900 290093Richard
93RIchard Dr yfuss HI 963 63
W Riter LU JIf 150
W V Riter 2 M 250
J Wall er ttt 2O0 00
G Go ton I 114 150
W Riter lit 250
W Riter lut 1200
E ONell 1 100 1 1
Jenkin It 60
Jenkin IS 25 2 f
IIarrln ton 1 1NI 10011 10
Harris ton 4 40 400
Harrln ton 1 ii 100
BuUOn JI j 1800 It 1000 00
W Riter lit a 2011 200195S
1958 W Riter 14 1411 1400 1400103Nels
Carl Carlo Or to 500
II K Merrtl 2M 25 50
L E Hatch 1000 1000 1000s 1000242S
9 242S s w JIlter HI 500 5005S 50045S
5S W Riter 201 2000 20002lIerman 300022Herman
2lIerman Gr8 Qr 35 1 10 1000 1000Harrinl
Harrinl ton Nt O0 100 100H
255S H W Riter 5e 100 10028S 100262S
262S W Riter 4i1 e 4100 470028S
28S W Riter 2225 215 Z2 3225 32252934leo 5 59sseo
29 2934leo 9sseo Harris ton 51 100 100W 500295S
295S W Riter lit IGO IGO296Geo 500296Qeo
296Geo Harrln ton HI 500 500319S 500319S
319S W Riter 10 1OH 1000 1000326Fllzabeth 1000326Elizabeth
326Fllzabeth A lont 1 10 100 100343Net 100343Nels
343Net Carlsol Sit 2 50 50344Florence 50344Florence
344Florence Br wn 1 ii 1
3 8Ruth Wantll nd I 11 1 133C S S373C
33C So Marth 1 100 r1I1 r1I1382Thomas
382Thomas Irv i e I 11 i LOC 00
387Nels Carlllol lit U 10
3931 P Stewar lit 150 150404T 250404J
404T A PoI1ocl < Co 500
413J A PollocI < Co lit I 100
H6J A POllO Co HI 100
428T A Polloc Co 40 f 400
432Sheetll Neel Co let I 200 00
436Sheet Neel Co 50 500 00
439Sheets Neal Co 50t 5 500 0
443J A Pollocl Co 1 10 l 100 00
445J A Pallod Co 1 III 101 101452Badger
452Badger Brol 1 iN 1 ioe 00
494Wm 494WmH H Tn Jals 100 100
07W M Have or 1 iN 10 LO0531W
531W M Haveor Have or 10 600
32E M Sherrl den at 30
53W M r Have or 1M 10 10f 10f56W
56W H Mave or 1 lbOI 100
568W M Hanor Have or 100 18011
569W 1 M Have or 1 0 10 1Ono 1Ono570W Of Of570W
570W 1 M Have or 10 1001 1000 100057IW
57IW 1 M Have or 1 101 10 1Oo 1Oo572W no no5Z2W
5Z2W 572W U Have or 10 1000 100
53W M Have or 100 10 1001 1001574W or or574W
574W 1 M Have or 1 1OH 10 ioon ioon575W 00 00575W
575W M Have or 1 1bOI 10 ioo 0
57RW J Baten In 500 100
577W J Eaten 1n I 5I 500 soo57W
57RW J Baten 1n 501 50 I 500 500579W 00 00579W
579W oJ T Baton 10 HI 1 I 5 500 50068ow Of
580 68ow W J Baton 10 50 500 5 00 oo5g1w
581 5g1w W J Baten 1n 50 5 soo soo552W 00 005S2W
5S2W J BateD In 411 421
583W 1 if > t Want tad 10M 10 boo CO
584W M Want 1nd 10 01 500 500585E 5005S5E
585E 11 Shern len 501 50 5 5no 5no636Reuben 00 00636Reuben
636Reuben Chi man 1oe 000 looo639H 000639H
639H E Hatch S8 0 500 500645leorge 00 006fGeorge
6fGeorge Har Ingt ington n 1000 000 iooo648Harry 000648Harry
648Harry E Co k lit 1511
65 650W W W Iver 1008 moo mooss
651 ss F Noyes 1800 50 soon soon659Joe on
659JOB Llppmal Lippmai20111 2011 101 20114 20114And IIi
And In a corda ce with law and th thorder theorder
order of the boa d of directors made madeon
on the 28th day c July 18 80 o mans mnvshares mansshares
shares of each pa eel of such stock as asmay as asmay
may be necelsar will be sold at thA thAotfice th
office of the com any 17 West Second SecondSouth
South street Salt Lake City Utah oi oithe 011 011the
the 27th day of S ptember ltO at the thehour
hour of 12 oclock noon to pay the de delinquent delinquent
linquent ss assessme esllme It together with the thecosts
costs crt adverth ng and expense of ofsale ofsale
sale IENRY I COBB COBBSecretary COBBSecretary
Secretary
Location of ofl ice ce 11 West Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street Salt Lake City Utah UtahBy
By order cf tt board of directors directorsthe
the sale of the 8t ck of the ZenoU 811 811ercopper StiverCopper
ercopper comp my on account of ofdelinquency
delinquency on af a Nsment number two
2 l is hereby C cc 1t1nued until Satur Saturday Saturday
day the 30th da1 da ot October lt09 at
230 p m of saId day at the office or orthe ofthe
the company 17 West Second South Southstreet Southstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah UtahlENRY UtahiENRY
lENRY I COBB COBBerrtRrv COBBS
S errtRrv errtRrvNotice crvtqrvNotice
Notice of Sal or Real Estate EstateIN
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICTcourt
court In and for tJ e county ot kIt Lake Lakestate Lakestate
state of Utah In the matter of the es estate estate
tate of Alfred Ben lion decea deceaesd ecL Notice Noticeof
of sale of real estte estteThe eat te teThe
The undersIgned rill MIl at private sale salethe salethe
the following des rlbed tracts ot land landtuated landjituated
tuated in Salt I ke county state of ofUtah ofIJtah
Utah UtahThe IJtahThe
The southeast t qu rter of the southwest lIOuthwestquarter southwestquarter
quarter of section Ight I townshIp two twosouth
2 south of ran It one 0 1 west Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake meridian ontalnlng fo forty 40 40acres I IH IAn
H acres acresAn
An undivided on half interest n th thfoUowlng the thefollowing
following described tract of land towitt towittThe towitThe
The northwest qU tr of section twelve
12 2 the northwest 1uarter of section one
1 and the nortM l tet t quarter ot section sectione1even sectioneleven
eleven 11 all I township three 3 3south 3south
south of range t1 t I west Salt Lake LakemeMdia1 Lakemerdiai
meMdia1 meMdia1Also merdiaiAlso
Also an undlvtde onehalf Interest In Inthe inthe
the following d descl cJbed bed property towit towitCommencing towitCommencthg
Commencing at tho northwest corner ot otth ofth
th northeast qua er ot section flften
16 running thenci east 1800 6 feet thence thencesouth thencesouth
south 1061 feet It DC8 south 71 degree
3 34 minutes west 10 13 1 feet thence south
45 ½ d degrees rees west l 1063 feet thence thencesouth thencesouth
south 00 degrees minutes west 966Z 966Zfeet 9g3feet
feet thEnce north 76 degrees S minutes minuteswest lnuteJwest
west 3m5 feet tI mce south 8t degrees
3 32 minutes west 91 6 feet thence north
16899 feet to begh nlng all In township townshipthree tOwnshipthree
three 3 south of range two CtI 2 west westSalt westSalt
Salt Lake merIdlal In Salt Lake coun county county
ty Utah UtahAlso UtahAlso
Also an undlvtde onehalf Interest In Inthe inthe
the certifIcate of II Ie No 1ri14 from the thestate thestate
state of Utah to Eyrum yrum Bateman an anundivided anundivided
undivided onEhalt nterut of which was wasduly Wa Waduly
duly assigned to Mid deceased upon uponwhich uponwhich
which onehalt Inti eat of Mid certificate certlflcltqthfre
there is due and ov lag from the Mid Midceased di diceased
ceased the sum of n 2706 00 whIch said Cfr Cfrtlflcate certificate
tlflcate is on the 11 st t half of the south southwest southwest
west quarter ot Be < ties four 4 and the theeast theeast
east hlllf of the SOt thea theast t quarter of see 24Ctlon seetion
tlon flv 5 In tm nllhlp three lJ 3 south Bouthof
of range two Z lit Salt Lake merid meridIan nienidian
Ian in the county It f Salt Lake state of ofUtah ofUtah
Utah UtahAlso UtahAlso
Also an undlvlde onehalf Interest In Inthe Inthe
the sale certificate o Im from the stat statof stateof
of Utah to Chris opher Bateman and andundIvided andundivided
undIvided onehalf Interest of said CEr CErUflcate certificate
Uflcate was duly 11181gDed to saId de de8sed deceased
ceased 8sed In his IIft me and upon which whichonehalf whichonehalf
onehalf interest th ore Is unpaid the sum sumot sumof
ot 2790 7 00 Said eel Iflcate of sale is s for forthe forthe
the southwest quar er of section five fiveIn 5 5in
In township three south of range two
2 west Salt Lake meridian on or after afterthe afterthe
the 10th day of o tober A D 1M for forcash forcash
cash Ten per cet t of the th bid payablt payabltat >
at the time of the ale and the balanc balancupon balancupon >
upon confirmation f the court WrItteD WrItteDbIds Wnlttvubids
bIds will be f reeelv > elv d at No 511 Temple Templeton
ton building Salt j aka CIty Utah UtahAMELIA UtahAMELIA
AMELIA ELIZA BENNION BENNIONALFRED BENNIONALFRED
ALFRED BENNION BENNIONAdmlDlatrators BENNIONAdmInhatatorL
AdmlDlatrators AdmlDlatratorsDated AdmInhatatorLDated
Dated Sept 23 1 1RTnn S SI
RTnn I 4 Stoke A Attorneys
Special Stockl olders Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
NOTICE IS HJ REBY GIVEN TO TOthe TOthe
the stockholders 0 the Ploehe Nevada NevadaConsolidated NevadaConsolidated
Consolidated Mlnln company a corpora corporation corporation
tion of Utah that II meeting < < of tht7 th stock stockholders stockholders
holders of said cor pany win he held at atthe atthe
the office of the cc npan 510 XeComlck XeComlckbuilding McCoruickbuilding
building Salt Lak City Utah OD the the28th the28th
28th day ot Octobt UIOI at 100 oclock
p Dl fo for the he p purpo r e of a actta u upon E and andIf d dIt
If thougnt aovisao e 10 u rauiy appro j
Lions passed by th ththorizing the board of directors au aulon authorIzing authonizing
thorizing an exten extenone ion for the period of ofrm ofone ofone
one year of the t tan lrm > rm of the lease lea e an and andan anian 1 1e
an extension for t trespectively tJ e period of one year yearrespectively > ear rearrespectlvply eartime
respectively of the thethe time to pay each of ofpectlvely ofthe ofthe
the Installments re rechaae pectlvely of the pur purmining purchal4 purchase
chase price for tfc tfcthe mining property of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the company under undergiven he h option to purchas purchasation purchltgiven purchagiven
given by the corp corptdated ation to F JI B Cook Cookh Cookdated Cookdated
dated November 2 2by h 1908 and assigned assignedby
by him to Ploche M Ma i tale Mining company companya
a corporation of U Uand ah as Hid preambles preamblesand
and resolutions ap aprecords ear spread upon the thoratlon th threcords therecords
records of the cork coriof ratlon > In the custody custodylere
of the secretary w wamlned lere same may be ex exkholder examined examined
amined by any sto stoBy kholder kholderoard kholderBy
By order of the theC oard of o directors directorsk
C k COOK Secretary SecretaryOGDEN SecretaryOGDEN SecretaryOGDEN
OGDEN AND ANDVia RETURN 110 110Via 110Via
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