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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE LAJ < E CITY UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1909
THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREpUBLICAN
HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
The InterMountain Republican RepublicanfEst
LEst Feb 12 1 1906 1906The 1906The 19CCThe
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LET US BE REASONABLE REASONABLEEven
Even Evc at the beginning of the city cityfampalgn cityf cityUflpaign
fampalgn f < when all participants are arefeeling arefeeling arefeeling
feeling strong before the burden and andthe andthe andthe
the heat of the day deplete the pow powtrs powus powrL
trs rL let us American citizens In and andout andQut andout
out of If the American party be reason reasonable realiOnbJe reasonable ¬
able ableIt bJe bJeIt
It Is not reasonable to credit thq th thAmerican thAmerican
American party with the Improvement Improvementthat
that has been made In Salt Lake be because becaus beCOU3 ¬
cause < > so far as the public work Is con concerned concerned conCerned ¬
cerned It was provided for by the laws lawaof lawsot lawsof
of Republican legislatures Turn to tochapter todJapter tohapter
chapter 15 Compiled Laws of Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and you will find this statement sup supported supported suppQrted ¬
ported Prior to that time public im improvements Improvements improvements ¬
provements had been paid for in cash cashAnd cashnd cashAnd
And nd the reason that more paving and andsidewalk andsidewalk andsidewalk
sidewalk had not been laid was be because beaUSe because ¬
cause the burden of cash payment In Inadvance Inailvance Inwjvance
advance was too heavy And the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican legislature in 1901 and again againin
in 1903 and finally In 1906 enacted all allthe aUthe allthe
the laws under which the public im improvement Improvement Improvement ¬
provement of the past six years has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been made madein made1n madeIn
in every other city where public im improvement Improvement ImprOvement ¬
provement is done the people are giv given gl glen given ¬
en the privilege of paying in annual annualinstallments annualinstaUmentsin annualInstallmentsIn
installments in scrip In some cases as ashere asherl ashere
here So that when the people pe < lple of Utah Utahcame Utahame Utahcame
came to the time where they could af afford aftord aflord ¬
ford Improvements and where they theywero the thewere theywero
wero ready to make those Improve Improvements Improements Improvements ¬
ments the Republican legislature made madethe madetho madethe
the laws la WB under which the work could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be done And every foot of paving and andof andor andot
of sidewalk and of sewer laid under underthe underthe underthe
the American party administration was wasprovided wasprovided wasprovided
provided for by the laws enacted at the thethree thethreE thethree
three sessions of the Utah legislature legislatureAND JeglslatureAND legislatureAND
AND EACH TIME BY REPUBLICAN REPUBLICANVOTES REPUBLICANVOTES REPUBLICANVOTES
VOTES There were no members of oftho ofth ofthe
the th American party in the legislature legislatureYou
You know that thatThere thatThlre thatThere
There was the start of It So you youwill youvlht ou oulIt
will lIt concede it is unfair to credit the theimprovement theimproement theImprovement
improvement to the American party partyThey partThe partyThey
They The cant improve a street unless the theppoplo thepopl thepeople
people of that street want It Improved ImprovedTh ImprovedTIItrefore ImprovedThrefore
Th TIItrefore refore an Improved street argues arguesthp arguesth arguesthe
the th power and warrant of law Ja and a adesire adEslrl adesire
desire for Improvement on tho part of ofthe otthE ofthe
the people peopleAH p < op1 op1A1 <
AH A1 the th American An1 tican party hag done is to tohandle toh1Odh tohiandle
handle the money mone And you OU know by bythi bythi byth
thi tin e they n1 > have permitted plenty plentyof
of it to stick to their fingers Also Alsoyoa AJsoyou AlsoYoiI
you know kno that It requires twice as asITU asmnd1 asinth
ITU mnd1 h money to have the paving done doneby donQby doneby
by the th < > city rit as it would to have it done doneliv doneb
liv b l private contract It is a fair suppo suppothat supposWn suppothat
sWn that the extra half goes to the thefAtfrpd the11red thefvired
fAtfrpd contractor and nd to the city of off ofidals offItIlls
f idals i ials in power powerNow pmerXo powerNow
Now Xo those are a few of the reason reasonable reAliOnable reasonable ¬
able things that it will be well to keep keepIn
In mind before wo all get sot In the thework thewflrle thevnrk
work of the campaign AU citizens citizenswant citizenswant citizenswant
want to be right riiht a auid hd It Is especially OS IRJb im important Important Important ¬
portant that we should her right this thisyear thisyear thisyear
year And there are some so le fundamen fundamentals ¬
tats tab that possibly have been over overlooked overlooktd overlooked ¬
looked
T
CHINESE AND THE GIRL GIRLTEACHER GIRLTEACHER GIRLTEACHER
TEACHER TEACHEROne
One of the Presbyterian churches of ofPlttsburg ofPlttsburg ofPlttsburg
Plttsburg presents pres nts a curious condition conditionVhtll conditionPhtIJ conditiontThtil
Vhtll the famous Elsie Segel case the thePittsburg thePlttsburg thePittsburg
Pittsburg Sunday school had a num number number number ¬
ber of girls teaching classes of China Chjnamen Chinamen Chinamen
men Yee Tang then a member now nowthe no nothe nowthe
the superintendent advised abandon abandonment abandon1nellt abandoninert ¬
inert of the old plan Th Chinese Chineseclasses ChlneleeJasses Chineseclasses
classes were placed in the care of men menor menor menor
or of older women And the Chinamen Chinamenquit Chinamenquit ChinamenquIt
quit the Sunday school schoolBut schoolBut schoolBut
But the amazing phase of the case is isthat istoat Isthat
that the girl teachers themselves quit quitSome quitSom quitSome
Some of them made the point that the thechange thecbange thechange
change amounted to a reflection upon upontheir upontheir upontheir
their characters on their prudence and andability andablJlty andability
ability to take care of themselves themselvesThe
The Incident Is especially illuminat illuminating ¬
ing In view of the missionary work workthe worktho workthe
the churches are trying to accomplish accomplishBut
But as an indication of motive on the thepart theIart thepart
part of the young women it is an abso absolute absolute absolute ¬
lute poser
THE CORSET AND THE CHEST CHESTVery CHESTVer
Very Ver ery rnany 111 an years ago it was as settled settledIn
In the popular mind that whatever wh tever went wentover wentover wentover
over the telegraph wires was truth truththat truththat truththat
that no falsehood could be transmitted transmittedby
by an agency so clearly pertaining to tothe tothe I Ith
the th intimate functions of the Deity as aselectricity astJectrlclt aselectricity
electricity the potent agency of the thecelestial theelestial thecelestial
celestial lightning JIg tnlng And nothing In late lateyears JateyMrs lateyearS
years has proved that a lie can be betelegraphed betelegraphe betelegraphed
telegraphed Even the Tribunes s false falsehoods falsehoods falsehoods ¬
hoods printed prln ed under the appearance of oftelegraph ottelegraph oftelegraph
telegraph form do nit controvert the theancient th thandent I Iancient
ancient theory because in such case the theTribunes theTrJbun theTzJbunes
Tribunes s telegrams simply are for forgeries forgeries forgenes ¬
geries geriesWhich geries1Yhl genesWhich
Which 1Yhl h Is only preliminary to the gen general general general ¬
eral question questionThe
The telegraph brings to the newspa newspapers newspapprs newapapers ¬
pers report of a woman in the east eastwhose eastwhose eastwhose
whose life was saved in an almost ml miraculous mlralulous mlraculous ¬
raculous way A man in some manner mannerdispleased mannerdispleased mannerI
I displeased with her shot at the woman womanwith womanwith womanwith
with a revolver and the bullet struck struckher struckher struckher
her in the chest but ut she was saved savedfrom savedtrom savedfrom
from death by tho steel frame of her hercorset hercorset hercorset
corset corsetAccepting corsetAcceptng corsetAcceptng
Acceptng the statement an a true since sinceIt
It was telegraphed one n is reduced to tothe tothe tothe
the cruel necessity of believing that thateither thatlther thateither
either the woman or the corset was a amarvel nmarvel amarvel
marvel of Improper ranmnu onJIIructlo1 HOT Ana Anatomical Anatomlcal Anfltomlcal ¬
tomlcal dictionaries deiro fN 1 > ost st M Mbe t tbe tibe
be J that at portion of the 11e torso directly be
St Stneath
neath the base ba of r the neck nt k the small smallsegment smaHsegment srnaflsegment
segment of body extending about three threeinches threeiphes threeiiihes
inches beneath and in a transverse sec section section seetion ¬
tion equal to the collar bone boneIt
It would be Impiety of which fe femen femen femen
men are capable to believe behlevethe the woman womanmentioned womaqmentl womaflmentioned
mentioned mentl ned In the dispatch dlspa h lacked sym symmatrjLQf sYmmtr symmetryif
matrjLQf mtr QfperSlln person No gentleman will even evenpermit evonpermit evenpermit
permit himself to think her abnormal abnormally ¬
ly arranged in the matter of construc construction ¬
tion One is bound to believe her an answering annrerlng answering ¬
swering in all fair respects to the plans plansand plansand plansand
and specification > of that miracle of ofcreation ofcreationthe ofcreationthe
creation creationthe the perfect pert t woman womanAH womanAll womanMi
AH of which bsing Jlelngru Ifue ue leaves Je yes one onethe on onthe onthe
the sole alternative logically to be ar arrived aF aFrived arrivoti ¬
rived at That must have been one oneof onethe oneof
I of the funniest corsets ever seen in inthe Inthe inthe
the world
p a
MAYOR BRANSFORDS ERROR ERRORThe ERRORTbe ERRORTha
The Tribune prints an alleged state statement statment statement ¬
ment from Mayor Bransford denying denyingthat denyingthat <
that the tax rate in Salt Lake has been beenraised beenmlled beenraised
raised oven one mill since the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can party came Into power powerSurely powerSureJy powerSurely
Surely the mayor never made that thatstatement thatstat thatstateynt
statement stat nt It Is unlike him to openly openlydiscredit openlydl openlydiscredit
discredit dl redlt the record The mistake he hemakes hemakes hemakes
makes is lain in not forcing the Tribune to toprint toprint toprint
print his hi denial of ever having made madeso
so foolish a statement statementBecause statementBecause statementBecause
Because the American mayor and andcouncil andcouncil andcouncil
council HAVE raised the tax rate And Andin
in this city no man careful of his good goodname gohd gohdname gobdname
name will say to the contrary contraryThat contra contraThat contrarThat
That doesnt include the Tribune be because because because ¬
cause it has no good name to be care careful careful careful ¬
ful of
THEIR FAME AS GOLFERS GOLFERSIt
It will never do for Senator Smoot SmootSenator SmootSenator SmootSenator
Senator Sutherland Congressman CongressmanHowell CongressmanHoweU CongressmanHowell
Howell or Governor Spry to go east and andboast andboast andboast
boast of their ability abUlt as golfers The Thecountry Thecountry Thecountry
country has been told by the New York YorkSun YorJSun YorkSun
Sun that they are very bad actors when whenit
it comes to golf golfSpeaking golfSpeaking golfSpeaking
Speaking of President Tafts recent recentvisit recentvisit recentvisit
visit to the Country club In Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and the incidents there the Sun says saysUrged saysUrged saysUrged
Urged to give another exhibition of his hisskill hisskllJ hisskill
skill Mr Ir Taft modestly pleaded surprise surpriseat
at what he had done feared a foozle and andturned andturned andturned
turned the club over to Senator Smoot SmootIt
It Is a terrible thing to have to set down downbut downbut downbut
but Mr Smoot foozled twice perspired perspiredcopiously perspiredcopiouslY perspiredcopiously
copiously and resigned the driver to Gen General General General ¬
eral Spry of the local militia It is said saidtell saldtelt saidtell
tell It not at Saint Andrews Andrewsthat that Gen General General General ¬
eral Spry scattered turf in every direc direction direction directlon ¬
tion but could not connect with the theball thebait theball
ball To him succeeded Senator Su Suher Suherland SuQerland her herland
land who writhed dismally at the bush business uusineBS bushflees ¬
ness and fell back with a painful imi imitation Imitation Imitation ¬
tation of f a man enjoying his own dis discomfiture discomfiture discomfiture ¬
comfiture comfitureNot comfitureNot comfitureNot
Not even the fact that Governor GovernorSpry GovernorSpry GovernorSpry
Spry is concealed under a title far be beneath beneath beneath ¬
neath him will render any oftho per persons persons persons ¬
sons safe safeAnd safeAnd safeAnti
And the funny thing about it is that thatall thatan thatall
all three of them played pla ed quite as badly badlyas bedl bedlas badlyI > I
as the Sun says they did didBut didBut didBut
But then the eastern press should be beadvised beadvlsel beadvised
advised golf Isnt the only game You Youshould Youshould Youshould
should see at least three of the bad badgolfers badgelfers badgolfers
golfers at work on a tariff bill
PROHIBITION IN THE SOUTH SOUTHClearly SOUTHClearly SOUTHClearly
Clearly a prohibition law does not notalways notalwas notI
I always mean prohibition If It did didnothing dhInothing didnothing
nothing would be easier than to make makethe makethe makethe
the whole world perfect by enacting a astatute astatute astatute
statute forbidding any anyone one to do dowrong dorong dowrong
wrong wrongGeorgia wrongGeorgia rongGeorgia
Georgia and Alabama both are pro prohibition prohlblUonon prohibitionon ¬
hibition hlblUonon on the books And both are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being overrun with an uncontrollable uncontrollableIntemperance uncontrollableIntemperance uncontrollableintemperance
Intemperance Chancellor McConnell McConnellsitting McConnellsitting McConnellsItting
sitting in Tennessee holds that while whileany whileIIn whileany
any IIn state can declare for prohibition prohibitionno proh bltion bltionno
no state cah ct 1 prevent the importation importationof
of liquor or any any other merchandise from fromanother fromanother fromanother
another state And dealers in plenty plentyare plentare
are sending bottled and jugged goods goodsinto goodsInto goodsinto
into the dry territory by the carload carloadThe carJoadThe carloadThe
The people have more than ever the theevils theevils theevils
evils of intemperance with no power powerof
of regulation regulationand and a very ery ineffective ineffectivehope Ineftectivehope ineffectivehope
hope In It punishment punishmentSome
Some time southern men and all oth others others othera ¬
ers will realize that prohibition to be beeffective beeffective beeffective
effective is it an individual matter and andthat andthat andthat
that the way to get it is for each man manto manto manto
to leave liquor alone aknep
p
SUPPOSING SUPPOSINGSupposing SUPPOSINGSuppo SUPPOSINGSupposing
Supposing Suppo lng the interstate commerce commercecommission commercocommission commercecommission
commission declines to give to the thetraffic thetramc thetraffic
traffic bureau of the Commercial club clubthe clubthe clubthe
the full measure of relief prayed for in inthe Inthe inthe
the petition recently presented presentedBut
But supposing the commission does doesgive doesgive doesgive
give them the smaller relief of trans transcontinental transcontinental transcontinental ¬
continental rates precisely the same samefrom samefrom sameI samefrom
from the east to Salt Lake that trans transportation transportation transportation ¬
I
portation companies charge from the theeast thecast theeast
east to San Francisco And it is rea reasonable reas roesonable ¬
sonable s to believe the commission n will willdo wllJdo willdo
do that thatIt thatIt
It will mean at the very ery lowest and andon andon andon
on the present basis of business done donemore donemore donemore
more than a million dollars a year car for forthe forthe forI
I the people of Utah UtahThat UtahThat UtahThat
That stimulus to trade in Utah would wouldmean wouldmoon wouldmoan
mean the building up of business here hereto
to an unprecedented unpr edented degree degreeIt
It would be precisely the same as it itcongress ItcongreSti itcongress
congress or Carnegie or some other otheropulent otheropulent otheropulent
opulent beneficence should distribute a amillion amllllon amillion
million dollars among the people pro proportioned proportioned proportioned ¬
portioned to the amount of their pur purchases purchases purchases ¬
chases chasesIf
If that much of a victory Is won the theCommercial theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club will have done a ser service service service ¬
vice to Utah whiCh no man can moos measure moosuro moanure ¬
ure
ALL HAIL THE CAN CANReaders CANReaders CANReaders
Readers of the daily papers will re remember re remember remember ¬
member that the food provided for men menon menon menon
on northern voyages is canned canne goods goodsPeary goodsPeary goodsPeary
Peary and Cook lived I1v d on canned meats meatsThey meatsThe meatsThey
They The cached cans of provender and andfound andfound andfound
found It years oors later as good a lS s new newLife newLife newLife
Life was saved in countless instances instancesby
by the contents of the can Heat cold coldtime coldtimenothing coldtimenothing
time timenothing nothing seems to have depleted depletedits
its vital helpfulness helpfulnessMaybe helpfulnessMaybe helpfulnessMaybe
Maybe the canned goods here at home homehave homehave homehave
have been charged ch rged with some someptoinalnc someptoinalncpoisoning someptomainepoisoning ptomaine ptomainepoisoning
poisoning of which they have not been beenguilty beengulIty beenguilty
guilty It would wouldeeem eeem that if tin will willstand wl1tstand willstand
stand the theextreme5 extremes of all latitudes and andkeep andkeep n nkeep
keep for years at a time no one In Inthe Inthe inthe
the temperate zone zone should sh uld be harmed harmedby harmedI I
by it I
THE YELLOWSTONE SPECIAL SPECIALThis
This Is the first year of the Yellow Yellowstone YellowItone Yellowstone ¬
stone special a very serviceable train trainon
on the Oregon Shirt Line It has been beenthe beenthl beenthe
the cause of diverting much Yellow Yellowfit Yellowftmo Yellowstno
fit ftmo me park travel through Salt Lake Lakethat Lakethat Lakethat
that never would oou1 < 1 have como here but butfor buttor butor
for or tho convenience thai train afforded
Because people from the theoast oast should see seethe seethe seethe
the park p r by way of Salt Lake they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have come here Otherwise they would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have gone the usual northern route routeAnd routeAnd routeAnd
And while wh e they the were here they have havespent havespent havespent
spent some motley and learned some something Bomethingot something ¬
thing thingot of the good contained In Utah UtahAlso UtabAlso UtahAlso
Also the railroad company admits admitsthe admitsthe admitsthe
the train was a money earner earnerThere earnerThere earnerThere
There is a pointer for the Rio Grande Grandeor
or for any an other company that will willbuild willbuild willbuild
build a railroad south from Marysvale Marysvaleto
to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado ColoradoFifty ColoradoFlny ColoradoFifty
Fifty thousand p people each year are aretaken aretaken aretaken
taken Jo J the th canyon by y the Santa Fe Feon Feon Feon
on a branch line north from the main mainroad mainroada mainroada
road roada a branch line that never can canhope canhope canhope
hope to have ha e any income except from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tourist travel travelA
A line from Marysvale IarY vale south would wouldpenetrate wouJdpenetI wouldpenetntea
penetrate penetI < te a country rich In minerals in intimber intimber Intimber
timber in oil and in lands of Inexhaust Inexhaustible ¬
ible soil It would get to the right In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of the wrong side of the Grand Grandcanyon Grandcanyon Grandcanyon
canyon And It would carry carr three threetimes threetimes threetimes
times as many people through Utah tothe to tothe tothe
the Colorado than are taken by the thpSanta thfSnnta theSanta
Santa Fe FeAnd FeAnd FeAnd
And if that line were supplemented supplementedby
by b a road from fromvKanab vKanab Kanab through St StGeorge StGeorge StGeorge
George to the Salt Lake Route at Mo Modena Modena Modena
dena the riches and the wonders of ofDixieland ofDixieland ofDixieland
Dixieland would become becomeknown known to the thepeople thepeopJe thepeople
people of the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The Yellowstone special has shown shownwhat shownwhat shownwhat
what can be done In carrying people to toUtah toUtah toUtah
Utah on their way wa to the visiting points pointsof
of the continent
WORD OF APPROVAL APPROVALThe
The candidacy of Dr Goshen for the thecity thrcit thecity
city cit council is attracting the support supportof
of friends of good government in every everydirection everydlrctlon everydirection
direction Here is a note brought by b a afriend afriend afriend
friend whose support means much to tothe tothe tothe
the nominee a friend whose influence influencewill InfluencEwill
will be felt In the fair cause even if ifhe Ifhe ifhe
he does not reside within the city it and andInsists andInsists andInsists
Insists for the present an the withhold withholding withholdIng withholding ¬
ing of his name nameI
I wish to record my high appreciation appreciationof
of your very practical expression of ap approval approal approval ¬
proval of the candidacy of Elmer I Go Goshen Goshen Goshen ¬
shen for councilman councilmanI
I am now residing outside the city cit but butwe butwe butwe
we have our property fraternal and so social social seeial ¬
cial interests in the th city and as a friend frundof
of highest ideals in municipal govern government gO government < nt ntment ¬
ment I wish to most heartily commend commendthe
the editorial in this mornings issue issueA IssuEA
A FRIEND FRIENDWe
We think our correspondent touches touchesa
a popular chord there and that all the thfgood th thgood thegood
good people pe < lplc of the Fifth will rally to th thsupport thsupport thsupport
support of Mr Ir Goshen
0 4TALKING 0TALKING
TALKING ABOUT RINGS RINGSWhat RINGShat RINGSWhat
What hat sort of chance has the ordinary ordinanman
man in the American party What it ithe I Ihe ishe
he going to get out of helping the Tom TomKearns TomKe TomReams
Kearns Ke rns ring ringBransford ringBransford ringBransford
Bransford renominated for mayor mayorAlff maorAIIT mayorAlff
Alff renominated renominatedSnyder renominatedSnyder renominatedSnyder
Snyder renominated renominatedDininny renominatedDlninny renominatedDininny
Dininny renominated renominatedMoreton renominatedIoreton renominatedMoreton
Moreton nominated for or the council councilbefore councilbefore councilbefore
before he lets go his chair in the re recorders recorders recorders ¬
corders office ofllceNot omceXot officeNot
Not one new name in the city cityOrdinary cit citOrdlnaf cityOrdinary
Ordinary members of the American Americanparty Amerlcallparty Amerieaiiparty
party have as good a chance to get into intosomething Intosomething intosomething
something good as D J 1 Sharp had to tobuck tobuck tobuck
buck the coal trust And that wasnt wasntany washtany wasntany
any chance at all allHow allHow allHow
How do the ordinary patriots like it
We e observe that the American Min Mining Mm Mming lIn lIning ¬
ing congress has selected a Missouri Missomlman Missouriman l1sourlman
man to its presidency and continued continuedJohn continuedJohn continuedJohn
John Dern of Utah in second plan placfThere pJaCfThere planThere
There are times when hen one Is obliged to toregard toregard teregard
regard the American Mining congress congressas
as a very amusing body It would seem seemthat sel11that scenthat
that the general cause of American Americanmining Americanmining Amerleanmining
mining would have been advanced a by bythe b bthe bythe
the promotion of the Utah man to a aplace aplace aplace
place for which he is so o eminently fit fitted fitted fitted ¬
ted
Maybe the Tribune could escape em embarrassments embarraSflments embarrasomeuts ¬
barrassments like that in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with its Unitarian church story if its itsmakers Itsmakers Itsmakers
makers the men higher up were to toget toget toget
get sober once In a while We do not notmean l1Qtmcan notmean
mean to ask for miracles nor is this thissuggestion thissuggestion thissuggestion
suggestion based on a desire to knock knockthe knockthe knockt
the t saloon business But the thing is isworth isorth ISworth
worth trying
The Tribune still Insists on believing believingIts
Its own ownexpJoded exploded Unitarian church sto story story ¬
ry 1 In which case the fair thing is to toreemploy toreempJoy toreemploy
reemploy the reporter who was fired firedto firedto
to save the heads of the real offend offenders ¬
ers
The Tribune has finally placed itself itselfin
in the same class with the Hearst pa papers papersthe papensthe ¬
pers persthe tho association a of assassination assassinationas
as it were And the worst we can say sayOf sayOf sayOf
Of either of them is that It will find the theother theother theother
other fit company com pan
The American party rebelled against againstdictation againstdictation againstdietatmon
dictation in politics and then put ut on the thecollar thecollar tilecollar
collar of Tom Kearns
NOBODYS CHILD CHILDOnly CHILDnh CHILDOnly
Only nh a newsboy under the light lightOf lightOf lightOf
Of the lamp post plying his trade in invain Invain invain
vain vainMen vain1Ien vainMen
Men are too busy bus to stop tonight tonightHurrying tonightHurrying tonighthurrying
Hurrying home through the sleet and andrain andra andrain
rain rainNever ra rainNever
Never evor since dark a paper sold soldWhere sldhere soldWhere
Where here shall he sleep or how be fed fedHe fedHe fedHe
He thinks as he shivers there In the coW coktWhile coWWhile coldWhile
While happy children are safe abed abedIs abedIs abedI
Is I it strange if he turns about aboutWith aboutmth aboutWIth
With angry words then th n comes to t blow btowWhen blowVhen blowsWhen
When his little neighbor just sold out outTosainsr outTossing
Tossing his pennies pennlespast past him goes goesStop goesStopsome goesStopsome
Stop Stopsome some one looks at him sweet and andmild andmild andmild
mild mildAnd mildnd mildAnd
And nd the voice that speaks is a tender tenderone
one oneVou oneYou T TYou
You should not strike such a little child childAnd chltdDlI childAnd
And DlI you should not use such words my myson m mson myson
son sonIs sonrs sonrh
Is it his anger or his fears fearsThat fearsThat fearsThat
That have hushed his voice voleS olc arid a d stopped stoppedhis stop d dhis
his arm armDont armDont armDont
Dont tremble these are the words he hehears hehears hehears
hears hearsDo hearsDo hearsDo
Do you TOU think that I would do you youharm youharm ou ouharm
harm harmIt 1 1It
It Isnt that and the hand drops down downI
I wouldnt care for kicks and blows blowsBut blowsBut blowsBut
But nobod nobody ever called me meson mesonBecause son sonBecause sonBecause
Because Im nobodys child I spose sposeO
O men as ye e careless c reless pass along alongRemember alon alonRemember alongRemember
Remember the love that has cared for foryou forou
you youAnd ou ouAndbluRh
AndbluRh blush for the awful shame and andwrong andwron andwrong
wrong wrongOf wrongOf
Of a world where such a thing could be betrue betrue betrue I
true trueThink trueThInk trueThink
Think what the child at your knee had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
beenIt been beenIf
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If one of these littb ones be lost
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The largest stock stockthe the newest designs designsfind and greatest greatestvariety greatestn greatestvariety is put forward to give sat satisfaction 8atisfnction satisfaction ¬
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i ware Department is the promptness with which all allorders finorder allorders ities Lowest Possible PossiblePrices PossiblePrices PossiblePrices
orders are billed hil1edI Prices
Crockery Department DepartmentOur
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of chinaware vases figures clocks silverware and cut glass glassAlso glassA1o
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itA itAI Wonderful v New N e Science of Chiropractic Cures CuresDozens CuresDo CuresDozens
Dozens Do ells of Cases Where All Other Treat Treatments Treatlents Treatnients ¬
I lents Have Failed FailedMRS lailedMRS FailedMRS
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I I Pc PcI Expert Lady Chiropractor Wins V ins Many Admirers Alnl rers for forClever forClcyer forClever
t Clever Work V orl in Helping Sufferers Suffererssearches
I I II searches S > out and removes the cause caUl of ofthe otthe ofthe out the aid of any artificial means this thiswonderful thiswonderful thiswonderful
the trouble Rheumatism and neural neuralgia neuralgia neuralgia ¬ wonderful science Is making thousands thousandsof
gia are most troublesome at this time timeof timeof timeof of sick people well each month monthThe monthThe monthThe
of tho year but Chiropractic reliefs reliefsthe relle ts tsthe The principle upon which Chiroprac Chiropractic ¬
I I II the distress quickly quicklyChiropractic qUlcklChiropractic quicklyChiropractic tic works is that of adjusting the spine spineso
I j jI Chiropractic is a safe and agreeable agreeabletreatment agreeabletreatment agreeabletreatment so that the nerves which pass through throughthe
I t tc treatment and builds up tne nervous nervoussystem nervoussystem nervoussystem the spinal column on their way to the theseparate theseparate theseparate
system systemMrs systemlIra systemMrs separate parts of the body may be free freefrom fn fnfrom frefrom > <
J Mrs Pickard is always glad to ex explain pxplain cxplain ¬ from all impingements and be able to toproperly toproperly toproperly
plain the treatment ami furnish any anyinformation nn nninformation anyinformation properly perform their duties It is a awell awen awell
c In l r information desired Cull and see her herIf herIf herIf well kmiwn fact that separate nerves nervescontrol nervescontrol nervescontrol
1 t 4 I If your cas case is incurable she sh will tell tellyou ttliou tellyou control the stomach the kidneys the theliver theliver theliver
i you ou so G and there will be no charge chargeIf haSeIf liver and other organs of the body If Ifthese Itthese Ifthese
11 VI JUvUl i III I1IIUJ 0 i Ihitiractiu < l t Of OfhiropractK ofhiropractk If she can cure you as she Is curing curingothers curlnrothers curingothers these nerves are pinched while passing passingalong pagingalong passingalong
hiropractK is j now ii acknowledged ackno Iodg > 1 by byexperts hyexperts bytxItrLs others there will be A moderate charge clwrgeSirs ch chargeMrs r e eMrs along the spinal column it ie I only nat natural nalural natuial ¬
experts to be one IIl of the surest and most mosteffective mo mosteffective t tefCectlye Mrs Pickard will not accept any an case casethat caethat casethat ural that the organ controlled by that thatnerve thatnerve thatnerve
effective cures known for Paralysis ParalyisEpilepsy ParalysisEpilepsy ls lsEplleps that she is not confident she can cure curein curein curein nerve will be affected This explains explainswhy explalnVh explainswhy
Epilepsy Bladder Kidney and Stomach StomachTrouble StomechTrouble tomachTrouble in a reasonable length of time Your Yourcase Yourcase Yourcase why Vh medicines fall In many cases ca ea to togive togle togive
Trouble Constipation Piles N Nzndgia NzndgiaHeadache iralKla iralKlaHeadache lralldaHeadAche case is not hopeless unless Chiropractic Chiropractichas give relief reUefand and also why Chiropractic Chiropracticmakes
Headache Backache Rheumatism and andthe andlhe andthe has been thoroughly tried and has hasfailed hmsrailed haifailed makes permanent cures curesChiropractic curesChiropractic curesChiropractic
the many other distressing ills iJl common commonamong commonamong commonamong failed to effect a cure cureDont cureDont cureDont Chiropractic requires no medicines medicinesand
among women womenCai womenCafe8 womenCse Dont be discouraged Have a con confidential confidential confidential ¬ and no operations It is a system of ofhelping otheJplng ofhelping
Cai Cafe8 > ee of long Jon standing are r rtEen lee d l In Ina 11 11tl i ia fidential talk with Mr t Pickard and andsee andsee antisee helping nature to help herself and that thatsurely thatIlUrel thatsurely
i a short time and permanently cured by bya see If you cannot be cured as hundreds hundredsof > surely IlUrel means success successThere SUCee successThere B BThere
a regular course cour e of treatment Many ManySalt ManySalt IanySaJt of others have been beenThe beenThe beenThe There Is no pain to the t e patient tlent when whenthese whenthese hen henthese
Salt Lake women who considered them themselves themelves themBelves ¬ The many remarkable cures being beingmade beingmade beingmade these adjustments are being made The Theaffected TheaITected Theaffected
selves incurable have been permanent permanently ¬ made by the new science of Chiroprac Chiropractic ¬ affected parts are carefully and easily easilyworked easilyworked easilyworked
ly cured by Mrs 1It Pickard and are Il now nowfree nowfree nowfree tic are attracting attention all over the thecivilized thec11Ized thecivilized worked back to place and the sinews sinewssurrounding sinewssurrounding sinewssurrounding
free from any disorder disorderChiropractic dlaorderChiropractic disorderChiropractic civilized world Without the use of ofmedicines ofmedicines ofmedicines surrounding are built up and strength strengthened strengthened > > trengthened ¬
Chiropractic Is not a faith cure but butIs butIs medicines of any kind without the aid aidof aidor aidof ened to make the adjustments poems permanent pennanent poemsnen ¬
Is I a natural drugtess s treatment tre tmfut which of surgical surg < al instruments in fact with lth nent nentExaminations nentExaminations nen t tExaminations
Examinations and Consultations Free Dont Delay Delaydelays delays are dangerous dangerousMRS dangerousI
1 MRS G B 65 1 3 PICKARD Chiropractor
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with Ready Relief placed over the stom stomach stomach stomach ¬
ach and bowel will afford Immediate Immediatexellef Immetflatfrelief Immediatexeiief
relief and soon effect eft et a cure cureRADWAYS cureRADWAYS cureRADWAYS
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vented every year by taking the theprecaution theprecaution theprecaution
precaution to have a warm chest chestprotector chestprotector chestprotector
protector on hand ready read to put puton puton puton
on when the cold wave strikes strikesUS
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE GUARDIAP4SHIPNOTICE j jNOTICE
NOTICE NOTICEConsult NOTICEC NOTICEConsult
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ers for further InfWHMttea InfWHMtteaI
I IN > T TirE THE 3T8TRICT DISTRICT CQUR OURT URT PRO JtRObate PRObate RO RObate
bate division divi lon In and for Salt L Lake K coun countj county
tj state of Utah la 1 > 1 the matter of the theestate th6estate theestate
estate of Jacob Alt deGMMd deceaedNot1ce deceaedNot1ceThe deessaSdN0tThe Notice NoticeThe
The petition of Albert AI rt J Alt adminIstra adminIstraton dmll l tra trator trator
tor of the estate of Jacob Alt 4 cteceued cteceuedpraying I05ipraying c 8 d dpraying
praying for the settlement of fta tIDal l ac acount aeount ftCnount
ount < of said Albert J Alt uhnifttstrator linliilstr mInIstraton < i itor
tor and for the distribution of tile residue residueof re tdue tdueof
of said estate to the person peraonI entitled entitledako enUtledalso ontltICdalso
also discharge of administrator has haabwn hasn hasbeen
been n s st t for hearing on Friday thf Ute th 16th 16thday 16thday 15thday
day of October A D M 1 at t t oclock oclockP
P m at the county court house bouMet in th thcourt thourt themirt <
court room of Mid court In Salt LKt Lakutity LkII LKtOt
Ot tity I ity > Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtabWltnlts Utahwitness
Witness the clerk of Mid court with withth withthe ith iththe
the th seal thereof there f affixed this ZTth day or orSeptember ofSeptember ° t tSeptember
September A D 1MB 1MBMARGARET II8tMARGARET I IMARGARET
MARGARET ZANK WITCHJCR WITCHJCRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkB ClerkBy CierkBy
B By I P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkC
C E Marks Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt take eoun eount county ountr
t tr > state of Utah In th the matter of the theestate thestate theestate
estate and guardianship of Theodore Tb ore Mc McLant XlIant tc tcLane
Lane Bruback and Jessie Eliaabetb Bru Brubaek Bruback Bruback
back minors Notice NoticeThe NoticeThE NoticeThe
The petition of Jessie McLaoe Bruback Brubackthe
the guardian of the persons rllOl18 and e sstateS sstateSof tales talesof tatuor
of Theodore McLane Bruback and Jessie JessieKlizabeth JessiElizabeth JessieElizabeth
Elizabeth Bruback minors for forder or order order <
der ratifying and confirming ion ionveyance conYryance on onveyance
veyance made by the petitioner as asguardian asguardian 55guardian
guardian upon the sale by Jo JoIIIah iah Bar Barnett Barnett Barnett
nett executor of the will 111 of Theodore TheodoreBrubark TheodoreBrubark TheodoreBruback
Brubark deceased decea ed of the folio followtn followtndescribtd fsiIowindescribed Ins Insdescribed
described real estate of said de decedent deetdent deeedent ¬
cedent towit Beginning at t tnorthwest tJ tJnorthwest tnorthwest
northwest corner of lot two t o 2 bloCK blocnseventy bloCKseenty blockseventy
seventy 70 plat A Salt Lake City stir stirvev < ur urvev irey
vev ey and running thence eaat t seventy ieventyright MVentyIght seventyeight
right < > and seventyseven seventy even onehundredth onehundredth8Th
7877 8 feet to the wet line ne of Plain al alp alley atley
ley p > thence south one hundred sixtyfour xtrfourII
t1 < 16 < feet thence weat thirtynine and se seentyseven Bentyseven soy soyentyseyen
entyseven one hundredth 3177 feet feetthence feetthence feetthence
thence north four 4 feet thence west westfiftythree westfiftythree westfiftythree
fiftythree S3 feet more or lea to the theeast thepast thPeast
east line of Commercial street thence thencenortherly thlnenorthlrJy thencenortherly
northerly along the east ea t line of Commer Commercial ¬
cial street one hundred sixty HO 1 fjet fjetmore feet fetolmore feetmore
more or less to a point on the ea east nn IInof l1nof nnof
of Commercial street tre t due west we t of the thepoint th thpoint thspoint
point of beginning thence east twel twelfept twelve
11 < feet more or lees to the point or orbeginning orb o obeginning
beginning b inning Together with a right of way wayovrr waYover
over m au alley ane known kno n as Plum alley alleyscribed aUe alleyseribed f fscribed >
scribed as follows towlt Commencing Commencings Commencingstntynlne Commencingseventynine
s nentnlne 7 79 feet ea east t of the south aouthWtst southwnst outliTMst
TMst orner of said lot two J running runningthence runningthnfe runniligthence
thence north twenty 30 rods thence east eastsixteen latsixteen eastsixteen
sixteen 16 feet thence south twenty tt > 1ty Oi Oirods 5irods
rods thence west sixteen 08 Ii feet to fi fiplace tipplae tiPlace
place of beginning Said executors ea eabeing M Mbeing 10 10jtng >
being for the sum of 181660 81 And upon upontlir uponthl npnthe
the following terms towit 11006 cah cahupon r3 easiupon h hupon
upon confirmation the balance of 170 170payable 37Co 37Copayable 71 71payable < >
payable in deferred doferreti payments parmen one of 2 2WO 211 211noo 2jijo °
WO pa payable > able one year after date the otln othrof r rof
of 150000 5OOX payable In three years after date datesaid datesaid datesaid
said deferred payments paymen bearing b I per rtnf rtnfinterest rtntInterest n nInterest
interest and evidenced ed > nced by notes securM securMbv
by mortgage as appears from the report reportof
of sale filed in this court has been set setfor lI1tfor setfor
for hearing on Friday the 1Mb day of ofOctober orOetobt ofOctober
October > r A D 1909 at I oclock p m mat mat Uiat
at the county court < house ho In the eoiit eoiitroom f01i colntroom t troom
room of said court In Salt alt Lake City CiuSalt CIISalt CitySalt
Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UthVitOjlss UtahWitiess
Witness the clerk of Mid court wii wiithe i ithe itit <
the tit seal thereof f affixed thic tblslltll I7th da day daySptemhpr < > f fSeptember fSeptember
September A D 1809 1809MARGARET 1 1MARGARET 1905MARGARET
MARGARET ZAXS WITCHBR WITCHBRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkB
By B L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkDey ClerkDpy ClerkDey
Dey Iloppaugh Attorneys for Peti Petitioner Petitioner Petitioner ¬
tioner tionerIN tionerTX tionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county COHntr county ¬
ty state of Utah In the matter of tli tliestate thpstat tho thoestate
estate of Theodore Bruback deceased deceasedNotice deceRdtil deceasedNotice
Notice NoticeThe til tilThl w wThe
The petition of Josiah Barnett executor executorof
of the estate of Theodore Bruback ubsck de deceased d dpased dcoaspi ¬
ceased for confirmation of the sale o othe 0the othe
the following described real estate of sail saHdecedent saloldEdEnt saildecedent
decedent towit Beginning at the thenorthwest th thnorthwest thenorthwest
northwest corner of lot two 2 block blockseenty blofkscnty blockseventy
seventy 70 plat A Salt Lake City ty sui suivev 8UIand surroy
roy and running thence east s seventy lHIenteight seventyeight vent venteight
eight and seventyseven onehundredth onehundrfdthS17 onehundredths1ThTh s
1ThTh 78 S17 77 feet to the west line of Plum tl alley ai aiJoy < tlle
le Joy > thence south one hundred sixtyfour sixtyfourlt
< lt 164 4 feet thence west thirtynine and se seenteven sev seventyeven I Inty
enteven nty < etn one hundredths 3977 Th feet feetthence fPtthence feetthence
thence north four 4 feet thence west westfiftythree wpstfiftythree westfiftythree
fiftythree 53 feet f t more or less to tl tleast thpast tho thoeast
east line of Commercial street them tbencenortherly thencenortherly a anortherly
northerly along the east line of Commer Commercial ommr ommrclal ¬
clal street one hundred sixty 149 I feet feetmore feplmore feetmore
more or less I ss to a point on the east line lineof lineof lineof
of Commercial street due west we t of th thpoint tltpoint tvpoint
point of beginning thence east twelve twelveiI
iI 12 feet more or less to the point of ofbeginning oCbeginning ofbeginning
beginning Together with a right of way wavover wayover wayover
over an alley known as II Plum alley de described dfscribed descnibed ¬
scribed as II follows towlt tQlII lt Commencing Commencingseventynine Commencinglleventynlne Commencingseventynine
seventynine 79 < feet east of the south southwest BUuthwe southwest ¬
west we at corner of said lot two tw f 2 running runningthence runningthpnce runningthence
thence north twenty 20 rods thence east eaatsixteen eutsixteen eastsixteen
sixteen 16 feet thence south twenty twent CJJ CJJrods < JO JOrods rjrods >
rods thence west sixteen If t feet to the thnplace thflplace theplace
place of beginning for the sum of 81000 181000And 81000And 1000And
And upon the following term towit 11
000 cash upon confirmation the balance balanceof
of 170090 VO payable In deferred payments paymentsone
one for 10000 payable one year after alt date datethe datIthe datethe
the other of 5tOG0 payable in inthree Inthree inthree
three years after < date said id de deferred d dterred dferred ¬
ferred payments bearing six ax per percent percent percent
cent Interest and evidenced by notes notessecured notessecured notessecured
secured by mortgage as appears from fromthe fromthe fronithe
the report of vale filed in this court has hasbeen ha habeen hasbeen
been set for hearing on Friday the 15th 15thday Dtltday r rday
day of October A D IRS 1 it 2 oclock p pm pm pm
m at the county court house in the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room of said court In Salt Lake Cit CitSalt City >
Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said IN J court with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the seal thereof affixed this 17th aay of ofSeptember ofSeptember ofSeptember
September A D 1909 1909MARGARET 10XARGARET 1901XARGARET
XARGARET ZANB WITCHBR WITCHBRSeal
Seal Clerk
By L I P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkDey ClerkDey ClerkDey
Dey A Iloppaugh Attorneys Attor for Peti Petitioner
tioner tlonerIN tionerIN tionerIN
IN THK TH DISTRICT COURT PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun county county county ¬
ty state of Utah In thematter the aaatter of c the theestate theeatate theestate
estate and guardianship of Mary E
Phelps Jensen Chester G PIlei Phelps Alfred
T Phelps and and Vtoletta Phelps minors
Notice NoticeThe NoticeTbe NouceThe
The petition of Emily Phelps Phel Christen Christensen
sen praying for the Issuance to herself herselfof
of letters of guardianship 011 the person personand personand nersonand
and estate of Mary B Whelps Pb heiu Jensen
Chester G Phelps Alfred T Phelps and and an
Violetta Phelps minors has been set for
hearing on Friday the Sth th day of October tober
A D 1909 I at 2 oclock o p m at the county count countcourt
court house in the court room of said saidcourt saidcourt saidurtu
court urtu in Salt Lake City Salt Lake coun couniVitneas ¬
ty Utah UtahWitness Utahvltne
Witness iVitneas vltne the clerk of said saJ court with wit withthis h
the seal thereof affixed this Sth th day of ofMARGARET
September A D 1SO 1001MARGARET 1SOMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR
Seal Clerk
lea1l
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
B Ciega C e Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerNotice PctiuonerNotice tltloaerNotice
Notice of Assessment AssessmentMOAPA AssessmentMOAPA AssessmentMOAPA
MOAPA GARDEN COMPANY Office
and principal place of business bu me Salt Lake
City Utah Notice oties Is hereby hw given Y8 that thatat thatat thafat
at a regularly and duly called meeting
of the directors of the J4oapa Garden Gardencompfiuy Gardencompauy 4
compfiuy Y held on th tM Hh day of Sep ¬
tember IMS at the
offlte of tIM man manager mana manager ¬
ager a of the corporation D H Livingston LlYlDg Livin sto ton
Boston block Salt Lake
City Utah tJts an anareassment anU58ssmeat atatsesfiment
areassment of 10 per cent per shrt slip was
levied upon th thu capital stock of f the tli cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration issued and outstanding payable payableon panblOft
on or before the theftd 2M day ay IIr < > r rOctober
October Oe ber A D lfO to the tj act ¬
ing mn treasurer tr suer D H Livingston LI Livingston1o ton tonlGaII
1MB 1o Boston block Salt Lake I ke CityTutaK City Utah
Any stocK upon which this asseeement asseeementor
or any part of the same shall remain nmabunpaid remainunpaid remainunpaid
unpaid on the 2Jd drfy d of OJ October Octoberwill 190 190will i9otwill °
will be delinquent and will be advertised advertisedfor
for sale at public auction and unless unlesspayment Wllesspayment uniesspayment
payment Is made before will be sold on onWednesday onWedneeday onWednesday
Wednesday the 19th day of November NovemberA
A D 1906 191 > > at 10 ocloelt a m at t the theoffice theotflce theoffice
office ot D H Livingston aforesaid to topay topay topay
pay the delinquent assessment a thereon thereontogether tbere thereontogether n ntogether
together with costs of advertising advert1 lnJr art artcoats ardcosts aidcosts
costs of sale J STOKES JR JRSecretcrv JRI
I Secretary Moara Garden Company CompanxOffice CompanyOffie CompanyI
I Office 514 Tunpleton B BidS < 3g Salt S lt Lake LakaCU
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