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It Is not reasonable to credit the theAmerican theAmprican theAmerican
American pa party ty with the Improvement Improvementof
of streets In Salt Lake Yosterday The TheHeraldRepublican he heHeraldRepUblican heHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican showed you the ba basis basis hasis ¬
sis for all this public work It was In Inthe Inthe Inttw
the laws enacted by Republican legis legislatures legllaturesand legislaturesand ¬
latures laturesand and not a dollars worth of the theImprovement theImprovement theImprovement
Improvement that has be been n made could couMhave couldhave couldhave
have been accomplished without the thelaus thelaws thelans
laws which Republicans gave to the thestat thestat thestat
stat < Those were the laws providing providingfor
for payment In scrip and the postpone postponement prstponement pcstponement ¬
ment of cash outlay Instead of the old oldsystem tldsr QIdsystem
system sr tem of cash in advance for paving pavingand pavingand pavingand
and similar work workIt
It is also a perfectly well known fact factthat tactthat factthat
that a large amount of money was need needed needed needed ¬
ed for tlje t1 Ui big scheme of public improve improvement Improvement ImproveI ¬
I ment on which the people of Salt I Iake IakeNOT Ia1eNOT ake akeNOT
NOT THE AMERICAN PARTY PARTYhad PARTYhaddecided PARTYhadIecIded had haddecided
decided And the people voted a mil million million mitlion ¬
There was the law by which deferred deferredpayments deferredpayments deferredpayments
payments could be made the law which whichrendered whlcilIrndercd whichrendered
rendered improvements possible to every everyproperty overyproperty everyproperty
property owner There was thegreat thegreatsum the great greatl5um greatsum
sum of ready money to be used by the thecity thecity thecity
city for such portions of the improve improvement Impr9vement IrnprQvement ¬
ment as would not be paid for > r by the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property owners directly Interested Interestedthe Interestedthegeneral Interestedthegeneral the thegeneral
general contribution of all the people peopleto
to the advancement of Salt Lake And AndTHAT AndTHAr AndTHAT
PARTY WORK for that party was not notthen notthen notthen
then organized organizedBut
But it organized directly after and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from the very first day was an agency agencyof
of Tom Kearns defeated and disgraced disgracedcandidate disgracedcandidate disgracedcandidate
candidate for the United States senate senateAnd BonateAnd senateAnd
And the men he selected for city office officewere officewere officewere
were elected by the deluded men and andAvomcn andwomcn andWomen
Women of the American party And the theofficials theoWlals thecfficiaIs
officials chosen by Tom Kearns had the thehandling thehandling thehandling
handling of that great sum of money moneyThey moneyThey moneyThey
They didnt inaugurate the campaign campaignof
of improvement They didnt secure the thepeoples thepoplps thepoplcs
peoples consent to the issue of bonds bondsTlu bondsflay bondsThty
Tlu flay y simply took the money which a aR aRpubllcan aThpublican
R publican legislature and the whole wholepeople wholepr wholepfOple
people pr opl of the city without regard to topc toIflitirs toI
pc I lilies made available And heaven heavenKr he heavenktH ven venITwi
Kr ITwi 1i W < they the have spent the money moneyM moneyAht moneythey
Aht M > they have twice raised the tax taxrite taxr1t taxrite
rite of th the city and have demanded an ani anIir
P SAND VND DOLLARS in bonds bondsand and have havespent haveEpnt haverpnt
spent that too tooOne tooOn tooOne
One thing can be said for the Ameri Americ
c in party It has spent the money The Thepi ThettIHy Thep1fly
pi ttIHy > nfy is all gone The treasury Is Isr IsrIpt ispty
r i rIpt iptv There are unpaid warrants be beyond beond bernd ¬
yond ond the ability of the city officials to toreport toreportand toreportand
report reportand and they do not report them themPublic themPubllc themPublic
Public improvement Is not to be cred credited credltCd credltrd ¬
ited to the American party but to the theRepublican theU theRpublican
Republican U < party which made Improve Improvement Improvement improvement ¬
ment possible and to the people of all allparties allpnrtlps allparties
parties excepting tho American Americanfor for that thatparty thatparty thatparty
party did not then exist existwho who deter determined determined determined ¬
mined on the work and grave sixteen sixteenhundred slxtecnhundred sixteenhundred
hundred thousand dollars for or its accom accomplishment accomvUshment aceomplishment ¬
plishment plishmentAnd
And the people being responsible respon lble it itis Itis itIs
is certain Improvement will m go on wher wherever wherver wherover ¬
ever property proper owners may desire street streetor
or II sidewalk or sewer improvement pro proIding proIdlns proilding
Iding the Republican ticket shall be bechosen becbosen bechosen
chosen at the coming election There Therewill Thercwill Therewill
will be no turning back by the people peopleno
no abandonment of their original po position position position ¬
sition by the Republicans RepublicansProgress RepublicansProgress RepublicansProgress
Progress and Improvement Inaugu Inaugurated Inaugurated Inaugurated ¬
rated by the Republicans will be con continued continued contlnued ¬
tinued when when the Republicans return to totho tothE tothe
thE control of the city
There Is I a good deal of meat in the theadvice theacvlce theadvice
advice President Joseph F Smith gave gaveto
to his auditors in the sermon at the theTabernacle theTabernacle theTabernacle
Tabernacle on Sunday The matter di divides dlyldes diiides ¬
vides Itself 1t elt In three parts Fealty of ofMormons otMormons ofMormons
Mormons to each other the support of ofhome ofhom ofhome
home industries and the training of ofyouth oryouth ofyouth
youth into labors of the hand and the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage mating always within the thechurch thehurch thechurch
church churchIn hurchIn
In the first President Smith but fol follows follflws follvs ¬
lows the rule of every successful organl organlration organization organtzatlon
ration now and in all time Paul com commended commnded cornmended ¬
mended it to the brethren two thousand thousandyears thousandycars thousandycars
ycars ago The Methodist book of died discipline disclpllnf diedplin ¬
pline contains the same suggestion sugge tlon by byJ byJlm
J Jlm > hn Wesley himself Many lIan secret or ort orrs orrs
t rs inculcate the same doctrine Pat Patr Patrtrl Patrtrize
r rtrl rtrize rnzr zf your brothers in preference to tothisi totllI totiite
thisi tllI not of the faith where It can be becl bel
cl l ne n > without too great loss Loosely Looselythat Loo8elythat
that if i < the rule And observance of it iti
i assurance of that prosperity which whichr
r vr v < i r failed to follow mutual labors laborsIn
In his urging Mormons to give their theiri
1 f IP 1 < in supporting home lOme industries industriesPr
Pr < sideht Smith speaks a powerful word wordf wordf1
f f1 r Itah ltahand and it IB advice bound to be beprofitable beIrofitable beirofitable
Irofitable to Mormons and nonMor nonMorrnons nonMorTIIOnl nonMorTI
rnons TI alike Nothing can be more sure surethan surethan surethan
than that the success of the earlier resi reside resldnts resiknts ¬
de dnts nts here was attributable to their theirlflping theirldping
1 lflping f Ipmg each other their favoring the thehome thehomp theIiom
home workers in every field of endeavor endeavorAnd endeavorAnd endeavorAwl
And nothing is more sure than that the theI thelrosperlty thejrosperltY
I rosperity of all our people will be cer certalnly certllnly certainly
talnly achieved by a closer following of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that rule in future We s send nd raw wool woolto
to Boston and buy manufactured goods goodsThere bool1sThere goodsThere
There is no law of nature or economics economicstvhiili eoonomleswhld1 economieswhich
which Fcvents events the placing of mills and andbringing andbringing andbringing
bringing of men here to Utah Utahif if there therebp thereb therebe
bp b neither proper machinery or compe competent competEnt competnt ¬
tent men in the state now no And there theresurely
1 surely no reason and no wdom vis = dom In
i paying the tremendous tribute to Inter Interests Interests Interests ¬
ests outside of f Utah when it can canas as well wellor veltor
or better be held here at hone hontePresident honePresident honlePresident
President Smith is to be commended commendedor
or urging a better support of home in industries Industries industnies ¬
dustries dustriesIn
In the matter of directing the ener energies energies energies ¬
gies of our youth into labor of the hands handsthe handsthe handsthe
the address was especially to be com commended commended cornmended ¬
mended There IB no better work than thanfarming thanfarming thanfarming
farming Right now there is no work workmore workmore workmore
more profitable Any farmer who can cangive cangive cangive
give to the cultivation of the soil tho thocare thocare thecare
care of stock and the business of buy buyIng buyIng buying
Ing and selling the same sagacity the thesame 1heBame thesame
same trained thought he will have to togive togive togive
give In mercantile or professional pur pursuits pursuits punsuits ¬
suits will make more money moneycountlng moneycountlngcapital counting countingcapital
capital invested Investedthan than either merchant merchantor
or professional man can hope to make makeThere makeThere makeThere
There may have been a time when too toomany toomany toomany
many farmers and a proportionately proportionatelysmaller proportionatelysmaller
smaller body of consumers left the cul cultivation cultivation cultivation ¬
tivation of the soil less desirable In a amoney amoney amoney
money point of view than at present presentBut presentBut
But that is not the present condition conditionThe
The farmer has a leverage on the world worldNot worldNot worldNot
Not enough food is produced Popula Population Population Population ¬
tion has for so long been turned away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the work of farming and so long longbeen longbeen longbeen
been directed into the consuming and andnonproducing andnonproducing andnonproducing
nonproducing activities that the price priceof
of foodstuffs s is very high The simple simpleitem simpleItem simpleitem
item of fortycent eggs and fiftycent fiftycentbutter fiftycentbutter fiftycentbutter
butter Is absolutely conclusive co cluslve The Thefarm ThetnIm Thefarm
farm offers the best opportunities for forthe forthe forthe
the young man manBesides manBesides manBesides
Besides which it is vastly vastl healthier healthierIt
It Is a work nearer the great Power who whofashioned whofashioned whofashioned
fashioned all our world and gave the therace therace therace
race its opportunity opportunityBut oI > portunltyBut
But we do not think President Smith Smithquite Smithquite Smithquite
quite so fortunate in the matter of ad advising advising advising ¬
vising against marriages between Mor Mormon Mormon Iormon ¬
mon and nonMormon He has scrip scripture scripture scriptune ¬
ture to support him of course It is issaid IssaId issaid
said to be unwise for any anyone one of the thefaithful thefaithful thefaithful
faithful to be yoked with an unbe unbeliever unbeHever ¬
Hever And yet as In the case of ofLorenzo otLorenzo ofLorenzo
Lorenzo and Jessica love often finds findsone findsone findsone
one of alien faith to be a most sweet sweetpagan sweetpagan sweetpagan
pagan a charming infidel and sinks sinksevery sinksevery sinksevery
every consideration of faith In the thestronger thestronger thestronger
stronger urge of nature natureBut natureBut natureBut
But the address as a whole Is wise wiseand wiseand wiseand
and helpful and not Mormons alone alonebut alonebut alonebut
but all men may with profit be guided guidedby
by Its wisdom
There are many members of the theAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American party who are wondering wonderingwhat wonderingwhat wonderingwhat
what Is the good of their further fol following following following ¬
lowing the thankless job of fattening fatteningTom
Tom Kearns They have been active activeand activeand activeand
and successful In every campaign of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party only to be convinced convincedagain convincedagain convincedagain
again and again that it is no more than thana
a Tom Kearns party They have ob objected objected objected ¬
jected to cliques and clans in politics politicsThey politicsThey politicsThey
They have denounced close corporation corporationin
in office officethe the rule that no outsider need needapply needapply needapply
apply But they see very clearly now nowthat nowthat nowthat
that they the have been building up just justthat justthat Justthat
that sort of machine machineIlnd and that they are arenot arenot arenot
not getting anything for their pains painsAlff painsAlff painsAiff
Alff four years in the auditors office officeand officeand officeand
and slated for another term termJ
J B Moreton the only man in his hisparty hisparty hisparty
party regarded reg rded as fit for graduating graduatingfrom
from one office into another anotherGideon anotherGideon anotherGideon
Gideon Snyder who doesnt see e the tnecity thecity tbecity
city treasurers office on an average of offive offivc offive
five hours a week and yet et the only onl man manin manIn manin
in the Tom Kearns party safely to be beentrusted beentrusted beentrusted
entrusted with the city treasury treasuryP
P J Daly Dal second man under Ogden OgdenHiles O OgdenHues den denHUes
HUes In the city attorneys office first firstman firstman firstman
man under the amusing Dinlnny and andslated andslated andslated
slated for the attorneyship when Din Dininny DlriInny Diiiinny
inny gets all he wants of it itAnd ItAnd itAnd
And Bransford so good that every evo bad badscheme badscheme badscheme
scheme employed emplo d for his elevation be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes a virtue virtueThe virtueThe virtueThe
The rest of the party may take what whatis
is left
William Howard Taft President of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States is a believer In what whatever whatever wliatever ¬
ever Is I good of religion and cares very verylittle verylittle verylitUe
little for its name He preached in the theMormon theMormon theMormon
Mormon Tabernacle He attended serv service service servIce ¬
ice in the Unitarian church And at atPortland atPortland atPortland
Portland he laid the cornerstone of a aUniversalist aUniversalist aUniversalist
Universalist church After which he hetold hetold hetold
told the people that thatNo thntNo thatNo
No church in this country however howeverhumble howeverhumble howeverhumble
humble it may ma be that preaches the doc doctrine doctrine leetrios ¬
trine of true religion and true morality moralitywill
will lack my In earnest earne t support to make It Itmore Itmore itmore
more influential whenever opportunity of offers ofters offers ¬
fers fersFor
For which men have been burned at atthe atthe atthe
the stake in less happy times and less lesswsely Ictswisely lesswsely
wsely governed countries But in spite spiteof
of the heresy of it such doctrine as that thatvoiced thatvoiced thatvoiced
voiced by the President will help amaz amazingly amazIngly amazingly ¬
ingly in n bringing nearer the era of pence penceon
on earth good will to men menIf menIf menIf
If men live honestly deal fairly and andrender andrender andrender
render unto every one his just dues it itwill Itwlll itwill
will make little difference differencehere hero or orthrougitout orthrougllOut orthroughout
throughout eternity etenlltywhat what they called calledthe calledthe calledthe
the name of the church to which they theybelonged th theybelonged y ybelonged
Surely that assembling of the state stateofficers stateomeara stateofficers
officers is a move in the right direction directionSince dlrecllonSince directionSince
Since there is no state statehouse house the tllestate tllestateoffker state stateofficers stateoffIcers
officers have to get quarters where they theycan theycan theycan
can So many of them are crowded out outof outof outof
of the cityandcounty building that the thebusiness thcbuslne thebusiness
business s of citizens is greatly embar embarrassed cmbarra embarrassed ¬
rassed ra ed And wherever they are they theyshould the theshould theyshould
should be located as nearly together as asmay asmay asmay
may be beThe beThe beThe
The present situation is an additional additionaland
and strong argument In favor of the theerection theI theerection
I erection of a state capitol Surely our ourpeople ourpeople ourpeople
people cannot approve the condition of ofhomeleseness Ifhomele ofhomelessnoss
homeleseness homele moss on the part of their state stateofficials stateomclals stateofficials
officials In a state of homes that is ishardly Ishardly ishardly
hardly to be expected
expectedGo Go
John Hays Hammond believes the theLeague theLe8gue theLeague
League of Republican Clubs will be bevery bevery I
very helpful to the national cause of ofRepublicanism atRepublicanism ofRepublicanism I
Republicanism And when Jesse F Tur Turner Turner Turner ¬
ner left town the other day he had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the satisfaction of knowing that through throughhis
his efforts Utah has taken her stand as asone asone asone
one of the states to be represented in inthat Inthat inthat
that great cause causeIt causeIt
It Is the purpose of the league to show showthe showthe showthe
the wisdom of Republican policies to toinstruct toInstruct toinstruct
instruct voters of our own party and andconvert andconwrt andconvert
convert voters of all other parties And Andit
it is very certain a great measure of
good can be accomplished through this thisagency thisagenc thisagency
agency agencyThe agencThe agencyThe
The theory Is that the people of the theUnited theUnIted theUnited
United States are better off In Ina a gov government government guyernment
ernment administered by the Repub Republican Republican Republican
lican party than any other And if ifthat Irthat ifthat
that Is not true then it Is folly to re remain remnin remain
main In that party In the belief belletthat belletthatIt that thatit
it is true the effort is being made to toextend toextend toextend
extend the membership of the Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican party to insure its retention of ofcontrol otcontrolthat ofcontrolthat
control controlthat that the best interests of all allthe allthe allthe
the people may be conserved conservedThe
The league in Utah will be heard from tromlater fromlater fromlater
later Meantime local officers In every everypart everypart eeypart
part of the state should strengthen their theirlines theirlines theirlInes
lines secure new members and ai hold holdfast 1101dfast holdfast
fast the old They are In an organiza organization olgnnIzJtlon oiganiztion ¬
tion of which they will have great rea reason reason rcason ¬
son to be proud l
If the president of the National Ger German German German ¬
man Alliance as is reported says that thatIt
It is an attribute of human liberty for fora
a man to drink as much liquor as he hewants hewants hewants
wants and that society has no right to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent then the president of the Na National National National ¬
tional German Alliance Alliancewhatever whatever that thatis thatisstands thatIsstands
is isstands stands a very silly man The better betterview betterview betterview
view would be that he didnt say sa what whathe
he is reported to have said
Utah Is very ve fortunate in the prospect prospectof
of a revision and reform of the taxing taxingsystem taxingsystem taxingsystem
system of the state The revenue laws lawsat lawsat lawsat
at present are one conflicting jumble jumbleand jumbleand jumbleand
and they are not effective in getting the themoney themoney themoney
money that should be secured nor in inplacing Inplacing inplacing
placing Utah In her proper class before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the people of the world
Dr Cook wisely promises to ask the theDanes theDanes theDance
Danes to give the first view of his polar polarrecords polarrecords polarrecords
records to a jury of his own country countrymen ¬
men In so dolng d lng he has very greatly greatlyadvanced greatlyadvanced greatlyadvanced
advanced his own case among scientists scientistsof
of the world
Often I think of the beautiful town
That is i seated se ted by b the sea
Often In thought we go up and down
The pleasant streets of that dear old oldtown oldtown oldtown
town townAnd townAnl1 townArd
And my m youth comes back to me
And a verse of a Lapland song
Is haunting my tn memory still stillA stillboys
A boys will is the winds will
And the thoughts of youth are long longI
long thoughts thoughtsremember thoughtsI
I I remember the gleams and glooms gloomsthat gioomsthat gloomsthat
that dart dartAiross dartItlfosf 4 4Avros
Aiross the schoolboys brain
The song and the silence in the heart
That in part are prophecies and In Inpart Inrort
part partAre rortAre rartAre
Are longings wild and vain vainAnd vainAnd vainAnd
And the voice of that fitful song
Sings on and is never still stillA
A boys bo s will is the winds will
And the thoughts of youth are long
long thoughts thoughtsThce thoUghtsThce thoughtsThere
Thce are things of which I may not notpeak notfopcak notipeak
peak fopcakThere ipeakThere peakThere
There are thoughts that make the thestrong thestrong thestrong
strong heart weak weakAna weakAmi weakAnti
Ana bring a pallor into the cheek cheekAnd cheekAnd cheekAnd
And a mist before the thee eye eyeAnd eyeAnd e eAnd
And the words of that fatal song
Come over me like a chill chillA
A boys will is the winds will willAnd willAnd willAnd
And the thoughts of youth outh are long
long thoughts thoughtsStrange thoushtsStrange thoughtsStrange
Strange to me now are the forms I Imeet Imeet Imeet
meet meetWhen meetWhen meetWhen
When I visit the dear old town townBut townBut townBut
But the native air is pure and sweet sweetAnd sweetAnd sweetAnd
And the trees that oershadow each eachwell eachwell eachveIt
well known street streetAs streetAs streetA
As A they the balance b lance up and down downAre downAre downAre
Are singing the beautiful song songAre songAre songAre
Are sighing and whispering whl IOrlng still stillA
A boys bo 8 will is the winds will willAnd willAnd willAnd
And the thoughts of youth outh are long
long thoughts thoughtsAnd
I And Deirings words are fresh and andfair andfair andfair
fair fairAnd fairAnd fair4tUd
And with joy jO that IB almost pain painMy painIy painMy
My Iy heart goes back to wander there thereAnd thereAnd thereAnd
And among the dreams of tho days daysthat da daysthat 9 9that
that were wereI
I find my m lost youth outh again againAnd againnd againAnd
And nd the strange and beautiful beautifulsong beautifulsong beautifulsong
song songThe songThe songThe
The groves are repeating still stillA sUllOOA
OOA A boys bo s will is the winds will willAnd wIllAnd vIllAnd
And the thoughts of youth are long
long thoughts thoughtsHenry thoughtsHenry thoughtsHenry
Henry W Longfellow
Exchange ExchangeQuiet ExchangeQult lxc1iangeQuiet
Quiet keen makers of history these theseSteel theseSteer theseSteel
Steel at their labor wax at their ease easeHelping easeHelping aseHelping
Helping the world to roll round to the thelight thelight thelight
light lightOut lightOut lightOut
Out of its shadow of chaos and night nightMakers nightMakt8 nightMakers
Makers of statesmen and builders of oftruth oftruth oftruth
truth truthGleamed truthGleamed truthGleamed
Gleamed with ltk the glory and freshness freshn > Ss of ofyouth ofyouth ofBringing
youth youthBringing youthBringing
Bringing the doers of evil o 1J to feel feelThe feelThe eelThe
The force of the pen HIn and the flame of its itssteel Itssteel itssteel
steel steelHo steelHo steelIto
Ho for or the boys of the press whos whostask whoSitask whostask
task taskIs
Is always to render and seldom to ask askWatchmen askatehmen askWatchmen
Watchmen on towers of the time who be behold behold behold ¬
hold holdThe holdThe holdThe
The ultimate evils that creep in the fold foldfiuardlnsrthe foldGU81dln foldGuardingthe
fiuardlnsrthe GU81dln 1he public with thunder of song
From fangs qf the wicked and tricks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wrong wrongTireless wrongTlrel8S wrongTireles
Tireless and sleepless and climbing to toUfo tolife
11 Ufo Ufolth lifeWith fo foAVith
With lth smiles and with cheers through the theshadow theshadow tileshadow
shadow and strife strifeEarnest strifeEarnest strifeEarnest
Earnest and patient and true to their theirtrust thEirtruRt theirtrust
trust trustForward truRtForward I
Forward to battle when swords leap from fromrust fromnlst fromrust
rust rustFirst nlstFirst rustFirst
First In calamity telling the land landThe landThe landThe
The need for the help of Its heart and Its
hand handModest handModest handModest
Modest fine fellows and real men at atheart atheart atheart
heart heartConscious heartConsdous heartConscious
Conscious of duty dut and doing their part partHall partHail partHall
Hall to them peace to them themhonor honor and
bless blessThe blessThe blessThe
The brain and the brawn of the boys of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the press
New York Herald HeraldThe HernldThe heraldThe
The average New York boy bo is not a awonder awonder awonder
wonder of wit and wisdom but most of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them know a good thing when they see seeit seeIt seeit
it Also the contrary Not long ago one oneof oneoC oneof
of them saw a sign In front of a Sixth Sixthavenue Sixthavenue Sixthavenue
avenue place Boy Wanted anted He was waslooking waslooking waslooking
looking for something of that kind and andwalked andwalked andwalked
walked in There was nobody in sight sightand sightand sightand
and he stood gazing Presently the pro proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬
prietor a most grouchy person appeared appearedhat appearedWhat
What hat do you want here he inquired inquiredwith Inquiredwith Inquiredwith
with scant courtesy courtesyWell courte courtesyWell y yWell
Well replied the boy bo disturbed by
the mans manner and hesitating do you youwant youwant youwant
want a boy bo here hereThats hereThats hereThats
Thats what the sign says dont It Itsnapped Itsnapped Itsnapped
snapped the man manYep manYep manYep
Yep responded the boy getting his hissecond hissecond hissecond
second wind windThen windThen windThen
Then we want a boy
Aw right grinned the boy bo backing backingaway backlnaway backingaway
away you git one you cant have me meand meand meand
and he wiggled his fingers at the man manand manand manand
and went ent out quickly
Seven persons out of ten have eyes of
differing strength strengthIndia strengthIndia strengthIndia
India and Ceylon supply seveneighths seveneighthsof
of the worlds tea teaThe teaThe teaThe
The Chinese divide one day Into twelve twelveparts twelvparts twelveparts
parts of two hours each eachThe eachThe eachThe
The postmarks of Belgium advertise the theInternational theInternational theinternational
International exposition of 1910 1910A 1910A
A laccworker of Tlverton Tlvertonhas has worked for forthe forthe forthe
the same firm for seventyone years yearsCopper yearsCopper ears earsCopper
Copper tubes are preferred to steel In Inlocomotive Inlocomotive iiilocomotive
locomotive boilers by many European ex experts experts oxperts ¬
perts pertsGermany pertsGermany pertsGermany
Germany produces fourteen million bot bottles bottles botties ¬
tles of champagne a year She imports
1500000 from France FranceThe FranctThe FranceThe
The Masonic grand lodge of New Mexico MexicoIs
Is to appropriate a sum of money suffi sufficient sultlalent suffident ¬
dent to erect a suitable monument over overthe oerthe overthe
the grave of Kit Careon in Taos TaosThe TaosThe TaosThe
The development of a spirited controver controversy ¬
sy over the discovery of the north pole polehas polehas polehas
has called attention to the fact that the thename thtname thename
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elt atZCML atZCMLNever Z Li9 Li9Never C M l lNever i tV4L
Never a larger line linenever never a wider variety varietyevery every good goodthingthe goodI fe fething t1 1
I I 4J thing thingthe the best manufacturers have tried out this season seasonTailored 1 1Tailored Lh i
1 I 1 i Tailored semitailored as well as the more elaborate ef effects effects efd ¬
d j f tj fects Every new color and every correct model is slown shownThe slownThe F1 J
i The fabrics are broadcloths serges homespuns tweeds tweedsworsteds tweedsworsteds 31 Ly
I fJ Vff worsteds and other rough weaves Any price you wish to topay
pay from 1500 15OOto to 12500 12500Charming 12500Charming 12500i I j
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i Charming Millinery Creations CreationsAll sz1 A
21 All the recent creations of the leading Millinery experts expertsof
f of the country are being shown Picture hats in large largesweeping largesweeping largesweeping I p
sweeping effects trimmed with aigrettes plumes or fancy fancyi51
i51 J1 tm feathers Many smart turbans tUlbansale are being displayed they theyare
are decidedly among the most popular creations of f the theseason theseason thei I
i season seasonOur seasonOur season35l I 1
35l JE 4 Our popular priced Millinery has received much favorable favorablecomment favorablecomment IL ILSTYLISH 77
CJ comment this season There is a splendid variety rang ¬
ing from 500 up upA upA upi
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111th 1V A 300 3 00 Waist SpecialXos Special T I t
2 i I Nos 1618 1625 and 1628 are three very special values valuesthat valuesthat valuesz M
z flI cr that we are offering this week in a white embroidered embroideredtailored n ntailored I
1 Jr2 tailored Waist These Waists were made to sell at 400 400each 400each 400each
each All sizes 34 to 42 your choice at 300 300STYIISII pj 1JAJ
Mon aawaa aawaaSTYLISH 5
L I The onepiece Dress is here In Ina InI ina An elaborate assortment of ofLadies ofLadles ofLadies Broadcloth coverts tweeds tweedsand tweedsKnd 7 7and 73
a bewildering variety of styles stylesfabrics styletfabrlC8 stylest Ladies Separate Skirts very rca reasonably rcasonabl rcasonably ¬ and serges ser es in blacks blac s and colors colorsThe colorsThe colorsTue
t fabrics and colors and they are areSimply aresimply arer sonably priced In Panamas Panamasserges Panamallserges Panamaserges The close fitting and the seml semlfitting semlfitting semilitting
r Simply delightful delightfulThe serges mohairs broadcloth broadclothsmannish broadclothmannlsb broadclothmannish fitting models also the new newpleated newpleated newpleated
I A1 The silk jersey the moire moirebroadcloth moirebroadcloth moireF1sAd mannish mixtures voiles and andsilks andsilks andsilks pleated skirt models A stock so solarge 80large solarge I
F1sAd broadcloth Panamas prunella prunellaserges prunellllolserges prunellse1jj silks All the seasons latest latestmodel latestmodels latestmodels large and varied that all tastes tastesand tastesand tastesand I
1jj serges Henriettas voiles and andtaffeta andI andI models Blacks and colors 4660 4660to 660 660to 59 59to and figures can be suited 6 650 650to 650to 50 50to
I taffeta in black elephant sage sagebronze sagebronze sagebronze to 3000 to 6030 6030JUXIOtt 50 5000JUNIOR O OJU
bronze rose raisin and olive olivefrom olIveCrom olivefrom 1j
f SILK UNDKHSKIRTS UNDKHSKIRTSAn U DEIlSIJIlTSAn Sizes 1 to 6 years in White WhiteBear WhiteBear WhiteI Ages IS 15 17 in broadcloths broadclothsplain broadclothsplain broadclothgplain 1
Bear I ar Skin and Crushed Velvets Velvetsin plain cloakings homespuns homespunstweeds homespunstweeds homespuntweeds
An from which whichto
elegant variety in brown green red black and androse androse androse tweeds and Scotch mixtures mixturesmade mixturesmade mixturesmade
to choose from 560 1500 1500in
to rose cloths in plain colors and andfancy andfancy andfancy made with the same exacting exactingcare
in black and all colors to ht4
cor correspond correspond correspond ¬ choice show showing sbowIng showlng that
fancy mixtures A ¬ care marks our coats for forladies forladles forladies
respond with the new suit and anddrees anddress anddress S60 19 19GIRLS 11GUlLS 10GIRLS r
ing at prices from 8 to ladies An exceptionally fine finevariety finevariety finevariety
dress modes of the i
season seasonPETTICOATS seallonP seasonPETTICOATS variety of new models from 46 46to 6 6to 6to
Mercerized sateen and heather heatherbloom heatherbloom heatherbloom Sizes 6 to 14 years in velvets velvetsplushes velvetsplushfs velvetplushes
bloom petticoats black and col colored colored coiored ¬ plushes and fancy cloths A Asplendid Aplendld Asplendid XICE IIXE OP CAPES CAPESCap CAPESCape CAPESCapes
ored The very best values for splendid variety in all the new newmodels newm01lelll newmodels Cap Capes eg are coming again We Wehave Wehave Wehave
100 1 125 25 5 160 175 200 models Prices range from 3 to have them both in evening and andstreet andstreet andstreet 4
250 50 and up 22 3 street shades from 1250 to 50 50In 50In 50In
125 12 Wool Dress Goods Goods75c Womens Out OutSeapt Seam Cape Gloves75c Gloves Cloves75c cyJ 4
75c a yard yardA 125 and 150 150A r
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A line lin of imported wool dress ress goods goodsespecially oods The swellest swell cst glove of the easongive seasongiveeslecially eason easongiveI give giveexcellent ki
suitable for ladies l dIes suits and andseparate
especially i1
excellent wearing satisfaction There is issure isseparate
T1 separate skirts skIrtsIn in mixtures checks checksand checksand t I Iand
I and small plaids plaidsfrom from 40 to 48 inches inchesworth sure to be a big demand for them Tans Tansonly Tansdesigns Tansworth
E worth regular 125 a yard 75c only at 125 black white and tan 150 150The 150Entire
Entire Line of Linens 25 off offI I
The choicest linens the market offers beautiful yet firm and weighty satiny satinydesigns satinydesigns 2
designs exclusive effects Table Damask Table Napkins 9C9 9C9Doilies oi
25 off rf
Doilies Lunch Cloths Tray Cloths and Scarf at atBlankets loot lootBlankets O OGray
Blankets and Quilts QuiltsGray QuiltsGray 2 l 2In A ± P1 iJ t 7 A j i
Gray White and Tan Blankets Tan Gray and White Wool Nap Blankets BlanketsMottled Blanketsottl Blankets1Iottled U 41
Mottled ottl d Gray Wool Blankets W White ite Wool Blankets Fancy aney A Q oi u
20 off offIn ff ra
Silkoline and Sateen Covered Quilts and all Down Quilts Ql1l ts at V O Oil 0 0I eiyJ fti
I In the CarpetDept Carpet Dept DepLConference DeptConference In the Hardware Dept DeptYou r r r21 4
1 Conference visitors you will be inter interested interested interested ¬ You will find complete lines of stoves stovesranges stovesranges stovesranges 21
ested in our method of showing rugs nigsportieres rugsportieres rugsportieres ranges heaters and hot blasts also car carpenters carpenters carlollters ¬ t1
portieres lace curtains etc Our full fulllines fulllines fullc penters tool sets of every ever description descriptionin p =
lines are complete and comprise the new newest UGWest ¬
c in endless variety varietyBuilders varietyBuilders varietyBuilders
1 est patterns and styles in carpet size sizerugs sizerugs sizerugs
> rugs carpets draperies wall paper do domestic dom domestic ¬ Builders hardware JJalldwarethe the largest stock stockthe stockthe stocktite I
mestic and foreign printed and inlaid inlaidlinoleum inlaidlinoleum inlaidlinoleum the newest designs and greatest va variety Variety a arjety ¬ ls
m linoleum riety in the city cityIn cityIn cityIn p3
In the Crockery Dept DeptOur
Our holiday goods arc now on display and include includeelegant includeclegant includeelegaiit
elegant lines of chinaware glassware and cut glass glassAlso glassAlso glassAlso
Also a lull line of tinware and enameled ware in infact infact infact
fact everything for the home hon e store or hotel hotelShoes hot 1 1SEIILTE
1 tetttCsJI1 tetttCsJI12l Snappy Styles in inMens Jh1 M4 If i
Men 9 s ClothingY Clothing ClothingDecidedly a F r2i ir q
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Vk4 lI T for men youths and boys that we wehave wehave m
i I have shown in a long while whileThe whileThe ijj t7 t7The 11 v1
1 1j The finest custom tailored suits suitsequal suitequal suitsequal 4
j equal in every respect to the finest finesttailormade finesttailormade finesttailormade
tailormade clothing from
Shoes of Quality Qualityand Li LiMens
1250 to 4500 4500Mens 4500Mens 1
and Style StyleFor
For men women and chil children cliiicsi ¬ Mens overcoats in cheviots her herringbones herringbones herringbones ¬ 1Ar
dren The fall lines are arecomplete arecomplete
csi ringbones black unfinished and andOxford andOrlord andOxford
complete and every effort effortis Ar
is put forward to give sat satisfaction satisfaction ¬ Oxford grays the best makes and andmaterials andmaterials Ara a
isfaction Highest Qual Qualities QualLf ¬ materials that skill can develop developfrom developfrom
Lf ities Lowest Possible PossiblePrices PossiblePrices from 1600 to 3600
112114 SOUTH MAIN ST s I
Consult county clerk or respective sign signers sIgners ¬
ers for further furt Information Informationbate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county county coonty ¬
ty state of Utah la the matter of the thaestate theestate
estate of Jacob Alt deceased deceaaedNotlce deceaaedNotlceThe Notice NoticeThe
The petition of Albert J Alt administra administrator ¬
tor of the estate e tate of Jacob Alt deceased deceasedpraying deceluedpraying
praying for the settlement of final acount a acount >
count of said Albert J Alt administra administrator ¬
tor and for the distribution dl of tb t1M residue residueof re idue idueof
of said estate to the persons entitled entitledalso entitledaleo entitledalso
also discharge dl harge of administrator admlnl traor has hasbeen hasbeen 1a 1abeen
been s st ° t for hearing on 0 Friday the lath lathday liithday lathday
day of October A i D 1SW 1 at atI t J o oclock oclockp clockp
p l m at the county court now hoiIH in incourt thtt thttcourt th thcourt
court room of said court t in Salt L LCity Lake LakoIN LakCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness tah tahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this tb Hth day da ol olSeptember otSeptember
Seal > Clerk ClerkBy ClerkB Clerkfly
By B L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkC
C E Marks Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerLako PedUonerIN
bate division in and for Salt Late coun countj count
tj t state of Utah In the matter of th thestate thestate thi thiestate
estate and guardianship guardlan hl of Theodore Mt MtLane MeLant MCLane
Lane < Bruback and Jessie Elizabeth Bru Bruback Bruback
back minors Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition of Jessie Je le McLane Bruback Brubackthe
the guardian of the persons per on and estates estatesof
of Theodore McLane Bruback and Jessie JessieKlizabeth Tessiel
Klizabeth l IIZ1 beth Bruback minors for or 01der order
der ratifying and confirming con convejance conveyance COflveyance
veyance made by the petitioner a aguardian 81 81guardian 55guardian
guardian upon the sale by Josiah Jo tah B Bar Barnett Barflett r rnett
nett executor eXt > cutcr of the will of Theodore TheodoreBruback TheodoreBruback TheodoreBruback
Bruback deceased of the following followingdescnlKd followingdtscribcd foilowingdescribed
described real estate of Hid Kl de oecedent dedent decedent
cedent dent towit Beginning at the thenorthwest thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest corner of lot two 2 block blockseventy blockseventy blockseventy
seventy 70 plat A 4 Salt Lake City sur surve survey ur
ve vey > and running thence tben east ea > > t seventY Beventyelght BeYentyeight seventYeight
eight and seventyseven onehundredths onehundredtna7T7
7T7 78 17 feet to the west line of Plum al alle alley
le ley > thence south one hundred sixtyfour IIIxtyfourOtl
Otl 1 4 feet thence west thirtynine and MV MVent IkVentseven
ent entseven > seven one hundredth 3TT Th feet feetthence fedthence feetthence
thence north four 4 feet thence west westfiftythree watflttthree
fiftythree 6S feet more or less 1 to the theeast thfleast theeast
east line of Commercial street thence thencenortherly thencenortherly thencenortherly
northerly along the east ea t line of Comm Commercia r rcia
cia street one hundred sixty IIIxt MO f1 f1more f feetmore f > t tmore
more or less to a point on tn the east t line lineof lineof
of Commercial street due west of the thepoint thepoint
point of beginning thence the e east st twelve
112 12 feet more or less to the point of ofbeginning orbeginning
beginning Together with a a right of way wayoxer wayover
over an alley known as Plum alley de described dfscribed d dseribed ¬
scribed as follows towit Commencing Commencingseventynine Commencingeventynlne Commencingseventynine
seventynine 79 feet east of the south southwest lIOuthwest ¬
west corner of said lot two I running runningthence runningthence runningthence
thence north twenty 30 0 rods thence east eastsixteen eastslxteero
sixteen 16 feet thence south twenty te twentyrods ty < Ji Jirods 1 1rod8
rods thence west sixteen 16 feet to the theplace theplace theplace
place of beginning Said executors sale salebeing 5albeing salebeing
being for the sum of 81009 OM And upon uponthe UPDnthe
the following terms towit 11000 oa eah h hupon 1Iupon
upon confirmation the balance of Si1 Si1payable 17Jpayable 7u 7upayable
payable in deferred payments one of 2
000 payable yable one year after date the other otherof
of r 50000 payable in three years after date datesaid datesaid t tsaid
said deferred payments bearing b arlnlr 6 per cent ceiuinterest centinterest centinterest
interest and evidenced by notes secured securedby
by mortgage as appears from the report reportof
of sale filed In this court has been act actfor lIetfor
for hearing on Friday the 15th day of ofOctober ofOdober ofOctober
October A D 190 at t I oclock p m mat mat isat
at the county court house in the court courtroom courtroom
room of said court in S Salt U Lake City CitsSalt CitlSalt
Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWltlen UtahWItiess
Witness the clerk of said w eoart witn witnthe 1itttthe
the seal thereof affixed this Zftlt day of ofSeptember f fSeptember fSeptember
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkDe ClerkDe
De Dey > Hoppaugh Attorneys AttorlHl for Pet Petitioner PetlUoner Pettioner ¬
tioner tionerIN UonerIN tionerIN
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun county count county
ty t state of Utah In the matter of the theestate thlestate
estate of Theodore BrubMk deceased deceasedNotice d dXotice deesasedNotice
Notice NoticeThe XoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition of Josiah Barnett executor executorof
of the estate of Theodore Bruback de deceased dfceaspd ii iiceased
ceased for confirmation of the sale of ofthe orthe
the following described real estate of sa4 sa4decedent Baitidecpdent a4decedent
decedent towit Beginning at t the thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest corner of lot two 3 block blockseventy blockseventy I Iseventy
seventy 70 plat A Salt Lake City su suve 811VP
ve and running thence east seven seveneight INventeight seventy
eight and seventyseven onehundredth
tmi 78 87 7 feet to the west line of Plum HI HIley 1 1lev
ley thence south one hundred sixtyfour sixtyfourUfi4
Ufi4 or feet thence west thirtynine and Hf HflntYieven sev e eiTiteven
iTiteven one hundredths 3977 77 feet feetthonc fpttthfnee feetthnce
thonc north four 4 fe feet t thence then west westfiftythree westfiftythree st stflft
fiftythree flft three 53 fe feet t more or less 1 to the theeabt thecast theeast
cast line of Commercial street then thene thenennrtherlv a annrtheiK enorthfrl
nnrtheiK along the east line of Commer Commercial ¬
cial street one hundred sixty 1W fe fet fetmore feetmore > t tmore
more or less to a point on the east lina linaof Jineof ineot
of Commercial street due west of th thpoint tllpoint thpnnt
point of beginning thence east twelve tweUoU twel twelve12i
U 12i feet more or leas to the point p lnt of ofbeginning ofbeginning ofbeginning
beginning Together with a right of way wayoer wayover ay ayover
over an aile alley known as Plum alley d1 d1scribed d dIcribf dserihed >
scribed > d as follows towit Commencing Commencingseventynine Commencillgseventynine commencittgseventynine
seventynine T9 d79j < feet east of the tb south southwest lIOuthwest ¬
west corner of said ld lot two 2 running runningthence runningthence runningthence
thence north twenty Uti 20 rods thence east eastsixteen eastsixtfen eastsixteen
sixteen 161 lfi > feet thence south twenty On Onrods I2Iirod
rods thence west sixteen U feet to the tbflplice thAplale theplace
place of beginning for the sum of 8100 S8lOOAnd 38100And 8100And
And upon the following folIowln terms tt > rDY towit 11 11tfO 11li10 11lw
tfO < lw cash upon confirmation the bmlanrn bmlanrnof
of 70000 payable in deferred payments paymentsone
one for 30000 payable one year after date datethe datpthe datethe
the other of 60000 payable In Inthree Inthree
three years after date said de defurred defprred d
furred payments bearing six tx per percent perrent
rent interest and evidenced eviden by note notesecured nohsf
secured sf > urfd by mortgage as appears from fromthe fromthp
the report of sale filed in this th l court has hasbeen hB8bf hasbeen
been bf > n set for hearing on Friday the 15th 15thday 15thddv
day of October Oct btr A D MW at Z oclock p pm pIll
m at the county court house in the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room of said court in Salt Lake Cit CitSalt City CitySalt >
Salt Lake county Utah Utahitnss Utahtms
Witias itnss the clerk of said court with withthe withthp
the seal thereof affixed this STth day of ofSeptember orSepttmbfr
September A D 1908 1908MARGARET 1 1MARGARET
Seal i Clerk ClerkBv ClerkBy
By L 1 P Palmer Deputy Clerk CterkPe CkrkDey ClerkPey
Pe Dey Hoppaugh Attorneys AttoI C7S for Pet Petitioner PeUtlontr Pettioner ¬
tioner tionerIN tlontrIN
bate division diip on In and for Salt Lake coun county county ¬
ty state of Utah In the matter of the theestate theestate
estate and guardianship of Mary E EPhelps EPhlps EPhelps
Phelps Jensen Cl Chester ester G Phelps PIMI Alfred AlfredT
T Phelps and Violetta Phelps minors minorsNotice HliMrsNotkl
Notice NoticeThe NotklThe
The petition of Emily Phelps Pbe1 Christen Christens
Sn s n praying for the Issuance to herself herselfof bMf > J Jof
of letters of guardianship on the person personand personand Iersoriand
and estate of Mary E Phelps Phel Jensen JensenChester Jenaenhtster JensenCheater
Chester G Phelps Alfred T PheJpe P elp and andVioletta anrtVioletta amiVioIetta
Violetta Phelps minors has been set for forhearing forhearing
hearing on Friday the 8th day of October OctoberA tober toberA
A D 1909 at 2 o oclockp clock p m at the thecounty thecountycourt county countycourt countycourt
court house in the court room of said saidcourt saidourt
court In Salt Lake City Salt Lake cour courty courty
ty Utah UtahNVitness Utahltnf TtahWitness
Witness ltnf > 8S the clerk of Mid court with
the seal thereof affixed this th Sth th day of
September A D 1909 1909MARGARET uoeMARGARET 190MARGARET
Seal Clerk
By L 1 P Palmer Deputy Clerk
B Ciegg Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerNotice PetitionerNotice PetitionerNotice
Notice of Assessment AssessmentMOAPA AssessmentMOAPA AssessmentMOAPA
MOAPA GARDEN COMPANY Office Officeand Officeand Officeand
and principal place of business bUBIII Salt Lake
City Utah Notice is hereby given that thatat thatat thatat
at a regularly and duly called meeting meetingof
of the directors of the Moan Garden Gardencompany ardeflcompany Gardencompany
company held on the Uth day da of Sep ¬
tember 1906 19 at the office of o the man manager manager ¬
ager of the corporation D H Uvi Livingston LivingstonBoston IIton
Boston block Salt Lake City Utah Ut3 an anassessment an n
assessment of 10 l per cent ce t per share was as
levied upon the capital stock of the th cor corporation torporation ¬
poration issued and outstanding payable payableon
on or before the Sid 4 d day j jOctober y of
October A D W > to the act acting acting
ing treasirer trtaI ner D II Livingston
108 Boston block Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny
Any stocK upon which this thi assessment assessmentor
or any part of the same shall remain remainunpaid remaintnpaid remaiflunpaid
unpaid on the 22d day of October 190S 190Swill
will bt delinquent and will be beadverti8ld beadverti8ldfor advertised advertisedfor
for sale at public auction and unless unlesspayment unle unlesspayment g gpayment
payment is made before will be sold on 01Wednesday
Wednesday the 10th day of November NovembeiA NOft ber berA
A D 1909 1 at 10 oclock a L m at the theoffice th thoffice
office ot D H Livingston aforesaid to topay topay
pay the delinquent asoeoomant thereon thereontogether tltereontogeth
together H with costs co ts of advertising IIdYWU ln and andcosts and andcosts andcosts
costs of sale J J STOKES JR JRSecretary JRSecretary ThSecretary
Secretary MOps Cardan Oem Cwwpctny CeRap iapeny ny
Office 514 Templeton BMg Salt a1t Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity

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