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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTOBER 101909 10 1909p
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We do not believe that anyone in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake thinks the city will be better ruled ruledby ruledby ruledby
by the men nominated by the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party than by the men nominated by bythe bythe bythe
the Republican party It is not a fair fairassumption fairassumptlon fairassumption
assumption that any Interest of the city citywill citywUl citywill
will be sacrificed by James Murdock Murdockor
or any man named on the ticket with withhim withhim withhim
him It Is a violent assumption that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Bransford and his associates will willtetter willbetter willbetter
better serve the people than they have haveIn
In the past And It is perfectly clear clearthat clearthat clearthat
that they have been weighed in the bal balances balances balances ¬
ances and found wanting wantingThe
The one thing thl g that can be gained by bythe bythe bythe
the election of Mr lr Bransford and his hisfellow hisfellow hisfellow
fellow candidates is a continuation of ofthe otthe ofthe
the old strife In Salt Lake the Intoler Intolerant Intolerant Intolerant ¬
ant method out of which grew the dis disgraceful disgraceful disgraceful ¬
graceful boorishness of the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanpatty
party leaders on the occasion of the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents visit lsltculnllnatlng culminating with that thatunforgivable thatunfonivable thatunforgivable
unforgivable false publication in connec connection connection connection ¬
tion with the Unitarian church service serviceAnd serviceAnd serviceAnd
And It surely is not not worth while for forSalt torSalt forSalt
Salt Lake to retain In power the bosses bosseswho bosseswho bosseswho
who live on hatred and shame their theirown theirown theirown
own associates with the virulence of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their Irreconcilable love of a quarrel quarrelThe quarrelThe quarrelThe
The state Is well governed by the Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican party All Utah is proud of ofGovernor otGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Spry and his administration administrationAll
All Utah knows the affairs of the state stateare stateare stateare
are well and honestly and economically economicallyconducted economicallyconducted economicallyconducted
conducted conductedSo
So with the affairs of the county The Thegovernment TheGovernment Thegovernment
government there is In the hands of Re Republicans RepUblicans Republicans ¬
publicans They confess cont ss their responsi responsibility responsibility responsibility ¬
bility to the people They demand service serv service servIce ¬
ice for the people from everyone on the thepayroll thepayroll thepayroll
payroll They manage their duties In a abusinesslike abusinesslike abusinesslike
businesslike manner and disburse their theirrevenues theirrevenues theirrevenues
revenues with discretion discretionThe
The American party has originated originatednothing orlglnatednothing originatednothing
nothing but new methods of spending spendingmoney spendingmoney spendingmoney
money they did not provide They have havehad havehad havehad
had in these four years SIXTEEN SIXTEENHUNDRED SIXTEENHUNDRED SIXTEENHUNDRED
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of ofcash ofcash ofcash
cash produced by the sale of bonds bondsand bondsand bondsand
and a mighty revenue received from fromtaxes tromtaxes fromtaxes
taxes They The have spent every penny pennyand pennyand pennyand
and are deeply In debt They have filled filledtheir filledtheir filledtheir
their offices with men who disdainfully disdainfullydeclare disdainfullydeclare disdainfullydeclare
declare they are not responsible to the thepeople theople thepeople
people ople and give their time to partisan partisanpolitical partisanpolitical partisanpolitical
political services at the expense of the theInterests theinterests
Interests 1 terests of the city cityIt
It Is time to show them that their theirpresence theirresence theirpresence
presence presence and their persistent quarrel quarrelsome quarrelsome quarrelsome ¬
some Intolerance are not approved by bythe bythe bythe
the good people of Salt Lake LakeIt LakeIt
It Is time to return this city to the thestatus thestatus thestatus
status of all other American municipali municipalities ¬
ties
MEASURED BY THAT THATA
A citys police department is the cri criterion criterion criterion ¬
terion by which the efficiency of the city citygovernment citygovernment citygovernment
government is measured If the depart department department department ¬
ment Is effective a strong word Is spo spoken spoken spoken ¬
ken for the authorities higher up If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the police department Is s Ineffective It Itproves Itprove3 itproves
proves Incompetency on the part partot of the theauthorities theauthorities theauthorities
authorities It proves pro e3 that politics and anddishonesty anddishonesty anddishonesty
dishonesty have done their baleful work workand workand workand
and that service is sacrificed to parti partieanship partisanship partisanship
sanship eanshipOne sanshipOne sanshipOne
One night last week two men held up upa upa upa
a citizen went through his clothes clothesmade clothesmade clothesmade
made him take off his overcoat and give giveit
it to them and then sent him along alongThis alongT alongThis
This T ls on a public street two blocks from fromMain fromMain fromMain
Main and less than one block from po police police police ¬
lice headquarters headquartersThen
Then the th two robbers robli re one of themcarrying them themcarrying themcarrying
carrying the stolen overcoat on his hisarm hisarm hisarm
arm walked boldly around the block blockand blocland blockand
and met a special policeman who had hadvolunteered hadVOlunteered hadvolunteered
volunteered to do what efficiency would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have sent half a dozen regular officers officersto
to Instantly attend to One of the rob robbers robbers robbers ¬
bers shot the policeman dead ran ranacross ranaeross ranacross
across the street where betweenthe betweentheacts
acts playgoers to the number of per perhaps perhaps perhaps ¬
haps a hundred were standing and andcould andcould andcould
could see and describe him dived into intothe Intothe intothe
the very heart of the city cityand and was waslost was10st waslost
lost lostIt 10stIt lostIt
It Is not commendation to a city gov government government government ¬
ernment to confess that the political politicalmanipulations poUtlcalmanlpulattons politicalmanipulations
manipulations of the past four years yearshave yearshave yearshave
have reduced the force to the condition conditionwhere conditionwhere conditionwhere
where such a state of affairs is possible possibleBut possibleBut
But it is the truth
AFTER CANNONS SCALP SCALPCongressman SCALPCongressman SCALPCongressman
Congressman Parsons of New York isafter Is Isafter Isafter
after Speaker Cannons scalp He says saysthe saysthe saysthe
the speaker accomplished the organiza organization ¬
tion of the house and the adoption of ofthe otthe ofthe
the house rules by means of a trade be between between between ¬
tween Republicans and Democrats of ofTork otYork ofYork
York state And that the Democratic Democraticend
end of the trade Is the defeat of the thebills thebUls thebills
bills which would have taken control of ofthe atthe ofthe
the biggest city away from Tammany TammanyThe
The defense will not be profanity nor norabuse norabuse norabuse
abuse It will be a demand for direct directevidence directeyldenceor directevidenceor
evidence eyldenceor or confession c Mr Cannon is isa Isa isa
a very great man a good representative representativeand
and a capital c pltal presiding officer But If Ifho Itho Ifho
ho has done don wicked or dishonorable dishonorablethings dishonorablethings dishonorablethings
things he must be 1 > e rebuked rebukedevcn even to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of taking his office away from fromhim tromhim fromhim
him himOn
On the other hand It will be observed observedthat observedthat observedthat
that young Mr Parsons should bring bringmore bringmore bringmore
more than empty statement It will not notcontent notcontent notcontent
content fair falrmen men to read that Parsons Parsonsdeclares Parsonsdeclares Parsonsdeclares
declares he has the proofs While he hedemands hedemands hedemands
demands the nation shall condemn condemnCannon condemnCannon condemnCannon
Cannon he asks that he be granted grantedmore grantedmore grantedmore
more credence than Cannon can claim claimThat claimThat claimThat
That isnt reasonable Mr Cannon
has been before the country a long time timeHe timeHe timeHe
He may have done a wrong thing and andhe andhe andhe
he may not The young man without withouta
a record of service who makes charges chargesagainst chargesagainst chargesagainst
against him will do well to publish his bisevidence hisevIdence hisevidence
evidence along with his accusation accusationOtherwise accusationOtherwlse accusationOtherwise
Otherwise he will be properly regarded regardedmore
more as a bidder for notoriety than a apurifier apurifier apurifier
purifier of politics olltlC8 or an uplifter of the thenational thenational thenational
national standard of government
DEFYING THE HANDICAP HANDICAPThis
This is a talk to girls girlsOut girlsOut girlsOut
Out at Maywood Ill is a young wo woman woman woman ¬
man named Letitia Smith now about
22 years old She made a bad selection selectionin
in the matter of a father He drank drankOne drankOne drankOne
One time when his potations made him himespecially himespecially himespecially
especially funny he picked up his little littlegirl Uttlegirl littlegirl
girl then about 8 years old and held heldher heldher heldher
her hands on the redhot stove In his hishome hishome hishome
home and so severely burned her that thather thather thather
her arms had to be amputed One Onestump Onestump Onestump
stump Is about three inches long from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the shoulder The other Is a little less lessThat lessThat lessThat
That girl is superintendent of a home homefor homefor homefor
for crippled children and is discharg discharging ¬
ing her duties In a manner so nearly nearlyperfect nearlyperfect nearlyperfect
perfect that It grips the throat of the theobserver theobserVerthe theobserverthe
observer obserVerthe the throatgrip which spells spellssympathy spellssmpathy spellssympathy
sympathy and amazement and unfathomed un unfathomed unfathomed
fathomed pity Also one struggles strugglesfrom strugglesfrom strugglesfrom
from the attitude of sentiment to ob observe observe observe ¬
serve that the work is admirably ad lrably done doneGirls doneGirls doneGirls
Girls listen listenMiss listenMiss 1 111lss
Miss Smith dresses herself She Shebathes Shebathes Shebathes
bathes herself She attends to herself herselfin
in n every way From the time her arms armswere 3lIJ1Swere armswere
were taken away she began cultivating cultivatingher
her feet The toes are longer thanyours than thanyours thanyours
yours because you dont have to use useyour useyour useyour
your toes much She wears stockings stockingswithout stockingswithout stockingswithout
without toes and the kind of shoes they theycall theycall theycall
call gaiters They have rubber sides sidesand sidesand sidesand
and do not have to be laced or buttoned buttonedShe b ttoned ttonedShe
She not only attends to herself and anddresses anddresses anddresses
dresses hersalf but she combs her hair hairShe hairShe hairShe
She cannot quite button her dresses at atthe atthe atthe
the back of the waist But she says she sheis sheIs sheis
is going to do that She combs her hair hairand hairand hairand
and puts It up in a neat knot at the theback theback theback
back of a very shapely head but she shewants shewants shewants
wants to mass and pile the hair as other othergirls othergirls othergirls
girls do And she is going to accom accomplish accomplish accompUsh ¬
plish that too tooShe tooShe tooShe
She writes a very clear and beautiful beautifulhand beautifulhand beautifulhand
hand She makes her bed and nd keeps keepsher keepsher keepsher
her room In tldln tidiness s She Is getting gettingabout gettingabout gettingabout
about a hundred dollars a month and andearning andearning andearning
earning more than can be counted In Inmoney Inmoney inmoney
money She laughs and sings and ban banishes banIshes banishes ¬
ishes care and sorrow from her little littlecharges Uttlecharges littlecharges
charges the crippled children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The incident is mentioned girls just justbecause justbecausemaybelt justbecausemaybeIt
because becausemaybelt maybe It will be helpful to toyou toyou toyou
you Miss Smith is your sister and she sheis sheis i iIs
is doing miracles And her hands and andher andher andher
her arms are gone
DONT DO IT BOYS BOYSYou BOYSYou BOYSYou
You know there is the story of the thefisherman thefisherman thefisherman
fisherman who found a geni in a bottle bottleon
on the shore of the sea The gent begged beggedto
to be liberated and the fisherman un uncorked uncorked uncorked ¬
corked him and let him out And he hemade hemade hemade
made a great deal of trouble caused causeda
a great deal of sorrow Involved a great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal of loss And the fisherman was wasnever wasnever wasnever
never able to get him back into the bot bottle bottle bottle ¬
tle again againThe againThe againThe
The incident is recalled because of the theperil thEperil theperil
peril of going too far In the matter of ofprohibition ofprohibition ofprohibition
prohibition legislation They have tried triedit
it in the south and the Memphis Com Commercial Commerclal Commercial ¬
mercial Appeal makes comment upon itthis it itthis Itthis
this way wayWe wayWe wayWe
We must say that we rather admire the thedauntless thedauntless thedauntless
dauntless nerve of the Alabama states statesmen statesmen statesmen ¬
men If you ou are going to be a fanatic fanaticbe
be a fanatic If you are going to be a afool afool afool
fool be a darn fool Fuller of Bibb BibbSock BibbSock BtbbSock
Sock Thompson of Tuskegee and other otherImmortals other1mmortals otherimmortals
Immortals have legislated booze
against nearbeer and farbeer against againstcocacola againstcoca againstcocacola
cocacola coca < ola and all Its kind against coffee coffeeand cofteeand coffeeand
and tea and before the legislature ad adjourns adjourns adjourns ¬
journs we would suggest that they lift lifta
a hand against sweet milk buttermilk buttermilkand
and water and that the watermelon be bequarantined bequarantined bequarantined
quarantined against because It contains containsthe
the latter deadly fluid If Alabama Is to toto toto toto
to go dry let her be as dry as one Co Comers Comers Comers ¬
mers speeches speechesThis
This attempted readjustment of the thebasic theb thebasic
basic b slc principles pri clp es upon upoIiwhlch which the Amer American Amerlean American ¬
ican government was founded and main maintained maIntained maintained ¬
tained for nearly a century and a halfwill half halfwill haltwill
will be watched with interest if not grave graveconcern graveconcern graveconcern
concern by people whose heads are fairly fairlywell fairlywell fairlywell
well balanced There is but one further furtherstep furtherstep furtherstep
step left to be taken by the families in inAlabama inAlabama inAlabama
Alabama led by Comer and that is to topublicly topublicly topublicly
publicly lynch every man whose breath breathreveals breathreveals breathreveals
reveals the Inner dram And who will willdeny willdeny willdeny
deny that a whisky breath is an offense offenseAnd offenseAnd offenseAnd
And after all the southern states stateshave stateshave stateshave
have not accomplished prohibition If Ifone Itone Ifone
one may judge by the experience of ofMaine otMaine ofMaine
Maine and of Kansas and of Iowa the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of the south never will reach reachprohibition reachprohlbitlonexceptlng reachprohibitionexcepting
prohibition prohlbitlonexceptlng excepting in the good old oldway oldway oldway
way of persuading men that drinking drinkingliquor drinkingliquor drinkingliquor
liquor Is not good for them They have haveworse haveworse haveworse
worse conditions now than they had be before betore before ¬
fore Their representatives went too toofar tootar toofar
far They became obsessed with the theIdea theIdea theidea
Idea of forcing everyone to conform his hisactions hisactions hisactions
actions to their ideas and they found foundthey foundthey foundthey
they could not succeed They woke op opposition opposlUon opposition ¬
position which never existed before beforeThey beforeThey beforeThey
They filled their state with troubles and andnow andnow andnow
now they cannot put that gent of dis distraction distraction distraction ¬
traction back in the bottle from which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they evoked him himWe himWe himWe
We people of Utah dont want to tomake tomake tomake
make that mistake We want to continue con continue continue ¬
tinue convincing men that whisky whiskymakes whiskymakes whiskymakes
makes the drinker cheap and that self selfrestraint seltrestraint selfrestraint
restraint is better than the restraint im imposed Imposed imposed ¬
posed by another
ALL BUT THE ART DISPLAY DISPLAYNow
Now that the fair is over and the thespoken thespoken thespoken
spoken word can do no harm but may maydn maydu maydu
du good goodif if the people to be benefited benefitedwill ben fited fitedwill
will take it in the right spirit splrltIet let It bu busaid b bald besaid
said that either a better art display displayshould dlsplashould dispiashould ±
should be made next year or the art artdepartment artdepartment artdepartment
department should be closed closedThis closedThis closedThis
This plain truth is spoken because it itis ItIs itis
is needed neededThe neededThe neededThe
The pictures shown In the art divi division division division ¬
sion of the Utah state fair this year yearwere yearwere yearwere
were with very few exceptions an of offense otfense offense ¬
fense to every rule of art or sense of ofbeauty orbeaut ofbeauty
beaut beauty Many of them are daubs which whichno
no selfrespecting committee should shouldhave shouldhave shouldhave
have permlted to be hung no matter matterhow mattprhow matterhow
how Influential were the alleged artists artistsAnd artistsAnd artistsAnd
And a few of them were worse than thantljat thant11 thanthat
that t11 t A few of them cannot be bescribed de described described ¬
scribed without going into the base basement baseDent basement ¬
Dent ment for the free use of language which whichcannot whichcannot whichcannot
cannot be permitted to appear In a anewspaper anewspaper anewspaper
newspaper newspaperThe newspaperThe newspaperThe
The thing is not necessary There is isa IsQ isa
a better standard of art in Utah than thanIs
Is s revealed in the pictures shown at the thestate thestate thestate
state fair this year We have artists
I
here Some of them have been recog recognized recognized recognized
nized and deserve the recognition recognitionThere recognitionThere recognitionThere
There are pictures on the walls of
homes the paintings of men and women womenof
of this state and bearing the inescap inescapable Inescapable inescapable
able testimony of genius And it Is not notof notot notof
I of that class that The HeraldRepub HeraldRepublican ¬
lican makes complaint complaintBut
But It may be sincerely hoped by byevery byevery byevery
every friend of the state that at no fu future future future ¬
ture exhibition by the state fair or any anyother anyother anyother
other organization shall so totally un unworthy unworthy unworthy ¬
worthy an art collection be displayed displayedas
as the typical expression of the painters paintersof
of Utah
UNPOPULAR STREET CAR MEN MENIt
It has passed into a proverb that thatmanagers thatmanagers thatmanagers
managers of street car lines are unpop unpopular unpopular unpopular ¬
ular jUt in proportion as their proper properties propertles properties ¬
ties are profitable Street railway men menwho menwho menwho
who are strong In the affections affections of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the towns In which they do business businessare businessare
are said to be without exception in con control control control ¬
trol of losing business And managers managersof
of lines that pay dividends are roundly roundlycussed roundlycussed roundlycussed
cussed by the people they serve serveFortunately serveFortunately serveFortunately
Fortunately Salt Lake provides an anexception anexception anexception
exception to that rule Here the man management management management ¬
agement of the street car lines enjoys enjoysalmost enjoysalmost enjoysalmost
almost a measure of popular favor favorThey favorThey favorThey
They are not hung in effigy and they theyare the theare theyare
are even permitted to mingle with their theirfellow theirellow theirfellow
fellow citizens In social and religious religiousajid religiouslpd religiousgrid
grid business meetings No ban seems seemsto
to have been placed on them And yet yetIf yetIt yetif
If there be any street car lines In these theseUnited thesUnited theseUnited
United States that pay pa better than do dothese dothese dothese
these of Salt Lake La Ita the fact should be begiven begtven begiven
given to the public as a matter of very verjInteresting ver verInteresting veryInteresting
Interesting and totally unexpected unexpectednews
news newsTrue newsTrue newsTrue
True from time to time It becomes becomesnecessary becomesnecessary becomesnecessary
necessary to convey to the street car carmen carmen carmen
men some item of needed counsel as to tothe tothe tothe
the better way to manage their busi business business business ¬
ness As for example the suggestion suggestionthat suggestionthat
that they make the passengers on plat platforms platforms platforms ¬
forms keep away from the open steps stepsso
so the patrons can get on and off the thecar thecar thecar
car without doing the mountainclimb mountainclimbing ¬
ing stunts over the feet of the fool who whoseems whoseems whoseems
seems to have forgotten that he is born bornto
to be In the way wayThere wayThere wayThere
There was a time when the general generalmanager generalmanager generalmanager
manager of the street car system Jn JnSalt InSalt n nSalt
Salt Lake grew arrogant probably Jn Jnthe n nth nthe
the th belief that the abovementioned rule ruleis rulIs
is true and that managers had to be beugly beu beugly
ugly u ly to make good in the estimation estimationof
of their shareholders But a little dis disciplinary b bciplinary laclpllnary ¬
ciplinary effort by the people took that thatvanity Hintvanity thatvanity
vanity out of him and the course of oftrue oftrue oftrue
true love between patrons and itrert itrertcar atreftcar Itreftcar
car control has run exceeding smooth smoothFrom smpothFrom smoothFrom
From which we argue that men do donot donot donot
not have to be mean to prosper Al Alw Alwprosperity 131 131prosperity z zprosperity
prosperity Is not bought with unpopu unpopularity unpopularity unpopularity ¬
larity We have a good car ar servlco In InSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake and think very well of the themen themen themen
men who provide it And if theca is istrouble Istrouble istrouble
trouble In other parts of the country countrylet
let us suggest that they send their com company company contpany ¬
pany officials for a year of study In InSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake Here they can learn how howto
to make money and be liked at ono on and andthe andthe andthe
the same time t me
IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION DIRECTIONKenneth DIRECTIONKenneth DIRECTIONKenneth
Kenneth Kerr of the Salt Lake Route RouteIs
Is back from the southern towns where wherehe
he established automobile lines tocon toconnect to toconnect con connect
nect the isolated regions with the rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road The service from Beaver to the thestation thestation thestation
station has been decidedly successful successfulAnd successfulAnd successfulAnd
And autos will In time be run from Mo Modena Modena Modena
dena to St George Georgeand and possibly to toKanab toKanab toKanab
KanabThat KanabThat Kanab KanabThat
That Is a step in the right direction directionIt
It is the preparation for the railroad railroadThe railroadThe railroadThe
The journey from Isolated towns to the
railroad can be made In onefifth the thetimeby thetlmel thetime
timeby time by the new method that was re required required required ¬
quired for the old The comfort Is Isgreater Isgreater isgreater
greater The cost will be less There Therewill Therewill Therewill
will be better roads There will be an anincreased nnincreased anIncreased
increased travel Men of means will see seethe seethe seethe
the proved profit assured them In inrailroad a arailroad arrailroad
railroad railroadAnd railroadAnd railroadAnd
And the railroad will be built builtFive buntFive builtFive
Five hundred dollars would make a aperfectly aperfectly aperfectly
perfectly good road from Modena on onthe onthe onthe
the Salt Lake Route to Kanab by way wayof wayot wayof
of St George Georgea a distance of 150 miles milesIn
In nine months of every year that road roadwould roadwould roadwould
would be easily passable For six sixmonths s smonths szmonths
months It would be wholly good And Andthe Andthe Andthe
the first step in linking those towns to tothe tothe tothe
the rest of the state by bands of steel steelwill steelwlU steelwill
will have been taken takenMr takenMr takenMr
Mr Kerrs work will be recognized as asof asot asof
of service to the people of all Utah
One of the speakers at the Federation Federationof
of Womens clubs meeting said that In Inoldtime inoldtime Inoldtime
oldtime Puritan New England mothers motherswere
were no not nolyeven even allowed to kiss their chil children children children ¬
dren on the Sabbath day and then she shecompared shecompared shecompared
compared that condition with the pres present present present ¬
ent Thats right They can paddle paddletheir paddletheir paddletheir
their children on Sunday now
Anyhow Mr Goshen made the official officialcontractor officialcontractor officialcontractor
contractor keep his contract in the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of laying Utah asphalt in First FirstSouth FirstSouth FirstSouth
South street And that Is more than thewhole the thewhole thewhole
whole council was able to do
Please to observe that the conference conferenceweather conferenceweather conferenceweather
weather of the present month has been beenall beenall beenall
all that reasonable humanity could de desire desire desire ¬
sire
If the state fair people keep on they theywill theywill theywill
will have the bigness of a national ex exposition cxposltlon exposition ¬
position In nineteenfifteen by regular regularprocess regularprocess regularprocess
process of growing
The final solution of the drainage drainageproblem drainageprQblem drainageproblem
problem for Salt Lake will be the dredg dredging dredgIng dredging ¬
ing of the Jordan river And the sooner soonerIt
It is decided upon the better
Tle e railroad companies seem to be begiving begiving begiving
giving the shippers a lemon Freight Freightrates FreIghtrate Freightrates
rates on that acidulous fruit has been beenraised beenraised beenraised
raised 15 cents a hundred
When the bosses of the American par party party party ¬
ty are cornered in their infamies they theyyell the theyell theyyell
yell Look out outtor for the hierarch and andtry andtry andtry
try to run away
If those New Yorkers arent careful carefulthey carefulthey carefulthey
they will elect Hearst one of these thesetimes thesetimes thesetimes
times
Anyway Mr Kelsey has time now to toattend toattend toattend
attend to his own affairs But he has hasno hasno hasno
no automobile
Jake Raleigh Is the Willie Boy of the thelocal th thlocal thelocal
local situation and the inner circle Is Isafter Isatter Isafter
after him I
I
THE HEART OF HUMANITY HUMANITYI
I sing Humanity
x Who said calls alls vanity I
Who that has known all the breadth breadthand breadthand breadthandthe
and andthe the length of It ItBorn 1tT itBorn
Born in sweet motherhood dwelt in indear Indear indear
dear brotherhood
Nourished and reared by the grace and andthe andthe andthe
the strength of itLaughed It ItLaughed ItLaughed
Laughed in the light of It mourned mournedthro mournedthro mournedthro
thro the night of 1t ItWho 1tWho 1tWho
Who that has lived and been one and anda nd nda
a part of it itFought ItFought itFought
Fought thro the fears of It wept weptwith weptwith weptwith
with the tears of It
Who that has loved and learned all the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great heart of It ItI ItI itI
I sing Humanity
I sing the Song of It
First feeble childcry the throes of
the dying
All the great hurt of it all the dull dullpain dullpain dullpain
pain of it
All the wlldv wild Brief of it all the Vain
trying tryingAnd tryingAnd tryingAnd
And all the Joy of It ItAll ItAll itAll
All the great Joy of It ItI ItI ItI
I sing the song of it swelling and andflowing andtlolng andflo
flowing flo ding
Sweet Joy of motherhood flushed flushedpride flushedprl flushedpride
pride prl e of fatherhood
Concord of brotherhood all things be bestnwlnsr bestowlnr bestowing
stowing stnwlnsrI stowingI
I sing the Child breathing there at atthe atthe atthe
the mother breast breastDivine breastDivine breastDivine
Divine dependence the joy of the thegiving thegivIng thegiving
giving
I sing the Youth happy boyhood and andgirlhood andgirlhood andgirlhood
girlhood girlhoodAll
All things unheeded save joy in the theliving tbeliving theliving
living livingI
I sing the Mating the young man and andmaiden andmaiden andmaiden
maiden maidenAll maidenAll
All the sweet mystery all the un ¬
folding
All the wild bliss of it rapturous kiss kissof kIssor kissof
of itAll it itAll ItAll
All the white heat of the man in the themolding themoldIng themolding
molding moldingI
I sing the Life of It struggle and andstrife andstrife andstrife
strife of It
Toil and the sweat the bent back backand backand backand
and the Cross CrossOut CrossOut CrossOut
Out of the depth oh the long weary wearysteps wearysteps wearysteps
steps of it itOh ItOh itOh
Oh the blind gulf tween the gain gainand gainand gainand
and the loss lossI k ss ssI
I sing Success all the height and the themight themight themight
might of it
Worldwide applause and the con conquerors conquerors conquerors ¬
querors crownFames crown crownFames crownFames
Fames fluttringr flame for a lifes con consummation consummation consummation ¬
summation summationPowers summationPOWers summationPowers
Powers Isolation the empty renown renownI
I sing the Failures the bruised and andthe andthe andthe
the broken ones onesBrothers onesBrothers onesBrothers
Brothers and sisters gone down In Indefeat 1ndefeat Indefeat
defeat defeatDown defeatDown defeatDown
Down to the gutter the alley the slum slumof
of it itHear ItHear itHear
Hear the low hum of It ItSong Song of the theStreet theStreet theStreet
Street StreetBare StreetBare StreetBare
Bare in their nakedness strlpt of all allselfishness allselrJshness allselfishness
selfishness selfishnessBright selrJshnessBright selfishnessBright
Bright gleams the gold in dirt of the thepan thepan thepan
pan panAnguish panAnguish panAnguish
Anguish and misery mls miserymerry rymerry merry in com company company cornGlad ¬
pany panyid
Glad
Glad id i In their brotherhood here man manto manto manto
to man manI manIsing
I Ising sing the Tears of It ItAll Itl ItlAU itAll
All the long Years of it itSorrows ItSorrows t tSorrows
Sorrows and sins of It joys jo s and de despairs desnalrs despairs ¬
spairs spairsBare snalrsBare spairsBare
Bare hills and meadows the sunshine sunshineand
and shadows shadowsChrist shadowsChrist shadowsChrist
Christ and the Judas the wheat and andthe andthe andthe
the tares taresI
I sing Humanity song of the soul of ofme ofme ofme
me meJust me3ust meJust
Just to be one with It one and a apart apart apart
part of it itAll ItAll itAll
All the deep sab of it all the tense tensethrob tensethrob tensethrob
throb of it itOh ItOh itOh
Oh just to live and love God the thegreat thegreat thecoat
great coat heart of it itWilliam ItWilliam ItWilliam
William William Lord Reed In New YorkTimes York YorkTimes YorkTimes
Times
THE MODEST SCOT SCOTLondon SCOTLondon SCOTLondon
London Chronicle ChronicleLove ChronicleLove ChronicleLove
Love of country coun try is so fine a virtue virtuethat virtuethat virtuethat
that it seems difficult to carry it to toexcess toexcefS toexcess
excess A resident of a small village villagein
in the north of Scotland paid a busIness busi business businesS ¬
ness nesS visit to London the other day dayUs dayHa dayHe
Us happened to call on a merchant who whowas whowas whowas
was unknown to him but had once oncemade oncemade oncemade
made a stay in his native place In Inthe InII Inthe
the course of conversation the visitor visitormade visitormade visitormade
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made use of an expression that led the theother thei theother
i other to exclaim exclaimSurely exclaimSurely exclaimSurely
Surely you come from Glen Mc McLuskie McLuskie McLuskie
Luskie LuskieThe LuskieThe LuskieThe
The assertion however was as denied deniedPresently deniedPresently deniedPresently
Presently to the merchants surprise surpriseanother surpriseanother surpriseanother
another Glen McLuskie expression was washeard washeard washeard
heard heard1Iy
heardMy
My dear Mr MacTavish I feel con convinced convinced convinced ¬
vinced that you are a Glen McLuskie McLuskieman
man after all Insisted the merchant merchantWeel merchantVeel merchantwee
wee returned the other Ill no nodeny nodeny nodeny
deny it any longer longerThen longerThen longerThen
Then why didnt you say so at atfirst atfirst atfirst
first demanded the Englishman EnglishmanWeel Englishmanweek
Weel was the calm response I Idlnna Idlnna Idinna
dlnna like to boast of it in London
ONE ON THE DOCTOR DOCTORCleveland DOCTORCleveland DOCTORCleveland
Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerJust DealerJust DealerJust
Just as he was sleeping along about aboutforty aboutforty aboutforty
forty miles an hour and never slowing slowingup
up for crossing Dr C E Battles Was
aroused by somebody firing a salute on onthe onthe onthe
the telephone at the head of his bed bedThe bedThe bedThe
The little clock on the dresser recorded recordedLam
1 Lam LamThis a mThis m mThis
This Is the municipal lighting plant plantsaid plantsaid plantsaid
said a voice Would you mind looking lookngout look ng ngout
out of the window to see If 1 the street streetlights streetlights streetlights
lights are burning there on your cor corner corner corner ¬
ner nerAnybody Anybody but a doctor would have haveslammedthe haveslammPdtbe haveslammedthe
slammedthe receiver Into place without
waiting to hear another word But be being being being ¬
ing used to getting out of bed at all hours hoursof
of the night the doctor went over to the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window and looked out The lights seemed seemedto
to be sticking to business same as usual usualHaving usualHaving usualHaving
Having diagnosed the case of the lights lightsas
as practically normal the doctor plta pltapatted pltapatted pitapatted
patted back to the phone to make his hisreport hisr hisreport
report reportTheyre r reportTheyre port portTheyre
Theyre all right said he just that thattersely thattt thattersely
tersely tt > rsey
Very well then came back the voice voicesuppose volEsuppose voicesuppose
suppose you ou blow em out1 out1The out outnext
The next day da the telephone man came canaaround camearound camearound
around and patched up the phone so that thatIt
It was just as good as new
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opportunity You will find it very difficult to equal the beauty and andvariety andvariety
m variety of these new lace curtains curtainsNottingham Nottingham Irish Iris Point Cluny
Brussels Battenberg and Renaissance Renalssanceregular regular prices range from from40c fromIr from40c
40c to 4000 a pair For one week commencing Monday our ourentire ourentire
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covers and table covers Among them are many manychoice manychoice manychoice
choice Bagdad and Oriental covers Commencing Commencingr
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WELCOME TO OUR NEW STORE STOREI1
118 I1 South Main MainS 5 Doors Below Our Old Location LocationWelcome LocationWelcome LocationWelcomer
Welcome whether as a a casual looker or intending purchaser purchaserOur
Our many friends who have favored us with With a visit have one and all complimented us on the thestore thet thestore thestore
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store Its roominess and perfect light make their th ir appeal to all who appreciate the simple and har harmonious ha haJ hamonions harmonitus ¬
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The entire thought in view in fixing up 1 P this store has been comfort and convenience of patrons patronsLines patronsLines patronsLines
Lines of extreme extreme simplicity simp city prevail throughout t the store and a perfact arrangement of a a perfect perfectStock perfectBtock perfectstock
Stock makes shopping indeed a pleasure We are now showing the biggest and best popular priced shoe shoestock shoestock shoestock
stock in the middle west Our splendid buying and selling organization permits us to contract for goods goodsIn
In large quantities and having many of f them made up at slack times enables us to effect splendid splendidsavings splendidsavings splendidsavins
savings Couple this t s fact with a willingness on our part to take small sma profits relying strfutly strictly on largety large largely
ly increased incre ed sales and you have in a measure the reiSon of our growth But aside from this selfevident selfevidentfact
fact is a store service of which we are indeed indeeq proud Every salesman in the store is an enthusiastic enthusiasticbooster enthusiasticbooster enthusiasticbooster
booster of the house he is proud of the store proud pro d of its service and takes a pride in giving you per perfect pere perfect ¬
e > fect service He knows his merchandise is right and that if any cause for dissatisfaction comes up it itis i iis itis
is always adjusted to the e customers perfect satisfaction and knowingthat he is right he goes in wit wita witX witXa
a spirit of enthusiasm and uses his utmost endeavor to make of a casual purchaser a steady customer customerThe
The policy of this storeis liberal its strongest asset is its many friends who having received receivedperfect receivedperfect receivedperfect
perfect satisfaction come again and send their friends We sell popular goods at popular prices andby and andby andby
by that is meant shoes not too cheap to be good and not so expensive as to t represent extreme profit profitto
to dealer or manufacturer manufacturerOur
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Our long experience guides us in a middle of the th road protective policy and we say every shoe shoewe shoewe shoewe
we sell is absolutely guaranteed or made satisfactory satisfactorySee 1 1See
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