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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 121909 12 19Q9
THE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN
HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
The InterMountain Republican RepublicanEst
r Est Feb 12 1906 1906The 1906The 1906The
The Salt Inke Herald HeraldEst HeraldEst heraldEst
Est June 6 1870 1870Only 1870Only 1870Only
Only Republican Dally Newspaper In
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LOOK TO THE REGISTER REGISTERIf
If you have not moved since the election elec election election ¬
tion of last year you are entitled to tovote tovote toVote
vote without registering this year ear But Butbe B BButbe t tbe
be very sure that your our name is on the theregister theregister theregister
register registerDont registerDont registerDont
Dont take any chances on that Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse
course your name ought to be there thereBut thereBut thereBut
But In the copying some mistakes mistakesperfectly mistakesperfectly mistakesperfectly
perfectly honest mistakes mistakesalways always are aremade aremade aremade
made It Is the duty of every citizen citizento
to vote And he can not vote without withouttrouble withouttrouble withouttrouble
trouble If at all unless his name is isthere Isthere isthere
there thereIf
If you have moved you will have to toget toget toget
get a transfer from your former voting votingplace votingplace votingplace
place to that of your present residence residenceor
or else register anew anewBut anewBut anewBut
But dont take any chances on it itwhether Ithether itwhether
whether you haVe moved or whether whetheryou
you have lived for forty years in your yourpresent yourpresent our ourpresent
present property Go to your place of ofregistration ofregistration ofregistration
registration and see that your name nameIs
Is where It belongs belongsAnd belongsAnd belongsAnd
And this is the day dayRemember dayRemember dayRemember
Remember that thatToday thatToday thatToday
Today Tuesday October twelfth isthe Is Isthe Isthe
the day of registration in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City CityGo CityGo CityGo
Go look In the book and see
AT THE MERCY OF AEROPLANES AEROPLANESOne
One of the aviators left Governors Governorsisland GovernorIsland Governorsisland
island in New York bay at the time of ofthe otthe c cthe f
the HudsonFulton celebration sailed sailedten sailedten sailedten
ten miles north circled around above aboveBritish a aBritish aBritish
British warship and returned to the thei thelland
i lland llandThe L land landThe andThe
The machine carried a man and could couldeasily couldeasily couldeasily
easily have carried a hundred pounds of ofadditional ofaddltlonallood ofadditional
additional addltlonallood load Its operator could have havedropped havedropped havedropped
dropped oxpto explosives los or combustibles combustiblesupon
upon the ship to its certain destruction destructionand
and had an excellent chance to escape escapeIt
It is well within reason to expect that thatin thatIn thatin
in the next few years the aeroplane will willbe willbe willbe
be perfected so far as to enable Itsoperator Its Itsoperator Itsoperator
operator to make even greater speed to tocarry tocar tocarry
carry car a larger load of war material to tobe tobe tobe
be more perfectly under control and to toattain toattain toattain
attain and keep a greater heightThat height heightThat heightThat
That means that all the present investment in investment Inyestment ¬
vestment in warships will be imperiled imperiledNo
No adequate means of defense can b bprovided be beprovided beprovided
provided wh when n one man can wreck a aten aten aten
ten million dollar battleship or destroy destroya
a fort fortWhat fortWhat fortWhat
What the United States has done can canbe can canbe canbe
be approximately expected from othercountries other othercountries otherountrles
countries Another war would ould see the theair theair theair
air filled with flying machines of vari various various various ¬
ous types typesbut but no place on the ocean or oron oron oron
on the land would ship or r fortification fortificationbe
be secure from the swift and silent silentvisitation silentv1dtatlon silentvisitation
visitation of the winged destroyer at atnight atnight atnight
night nightIn
In the light lightsibilities l of such reasonable rea onable pos possibilities pos5lblllUe ¬
sibilities is it not the logic of the situa situation sltuaton situaton ¬
ton that a policy of disarmamentshould disarmament disarmamentshould disarmamentshould
should prevail prevailIs
Is not a better policy that of spending spend spending spending ¬
ing the nations money for the peaceful peacefulcommercial pe peacefulcommercial cetul cetulcommercial
commercial conquest of the world
WEED DAY AT CEDAR CITYOne CITY CITYOne CITYOne
One every year Cedar City has a weed weetday weedday weedL
day It Is a time when all the people peopleunite peopleunite peopleunite
unite for the extermination of weeds weedsThey weedsThey weedsThey
They try to make it Just before theseeds the theseeds theseeds
L
seeds mature The people pe ple do not want wantso
so many weeds next year And those thosewho thO thOwho thosewho
who go to Cedar City CIt say sa the effect ol olthe orthe ofthe
the annual weed day has been good goodIt
It is one of the examples Salt Lakemight Lake Lakemight Lakemight
might with profit follow followThere foUoThere followThere
There are far too many weeds I in thestreets the thestreets thestreets
streets That is s the business of thecity the thecity thecity
city and as a consequence these weeds weedsare weedsare weedsare
are allowed to grow gro to such maturity maturityas
n as > pleases them On vacant lots the theplague theplague theplague
plague persists That too is s the busi business buslnpss business ¬
ness of the city for owners should becompelled be becompelled becompelled
compelled to destroy the weeds or pay paythe paythe paythe
the city for doing it There is no nogreater nogreater nogreater
greater nuisanceAnd nuisance nuisanceAnd nuisanceAnd
And then there are plenty of weeds weedson
on the occupied property on the spaces spacesunder spacesunder spacesunder
under private control and in the alley alleyways alle alleways alleyways ¬
ways It would be well for our people peopleto
to make one of their proud days da s that thaton
on which every householder devotes at atleast atIpa8t atleast
least one hour to the destruction ofweeds of oftveeds orweeds
weeds about his home homend and then force forcethe forcethe forcethe
the city to take care of the rest restThere restThere restThere
There are miles of good cement sIde sldev sIdeyalk sidewalk
v walk alk utterly overgrown with weeds and andgrasses andgrasses andgrasses
grasses There are bushels of maturingweed maturing maturingweed maturingweed
weed weed seed on private property And Andthe Andthe Andthe
the city would be better and handsomer handsomerif
if the Cedar City system were adopted adoptedin
in Salt Lake
WHY FROM THE SOUTH SIDEAll SIDE SIDEAll SIDEAll
All people who have seen the Grand GrandCanyon GrandCanyon GrandCanyon
Canyon will regret that President Taft Tafthas Taftbas Tafthas
has to look at that marvel from the thewrong thewrong thewrong
wrong side sidethe the southern side Theview The Theview Theview
view Is better from the north but he hecannot heannot hecannot
cannot reach it from the north by rail railway railway railway ¬
way because our people have not yet yetextended yetextmded yetexttnded
extended the line from Slarysvale to tothe tothe tothe
the Colorado ColoradoThe
The Santa Fe railroad company cantake can cantake cantake
take the President Pre ldent and his party and andfifty andffft andfifty
fifty ffft thousand other tourists every year yearto yearto yearto
to the Grand Canyon CanyonThree CanyonThree CanyonThree
Three times that many man people wouldvisit would wouldvMt wouldvIsit
vIsit the Grand Canyon from the north northern northern northern ¬
ern side through Utah If a railroad railroadw railroadwere railroadwere
were w re provided here They would spend spendth spendthlr spendtheir
th their lr money in Utah They would see
en amazingly rich countrya a land landabounding landotlJljndlng landn1ounding
abounding in metals and In coal and andIn andfrJ andin
In timber and In the very beat of agrl agrlr agriraitarrlla4 i iCJJturaJ
raitarrlla4 jHurml r land landA > Q QA
A ra11r railroad from Marysvale to the theOra therra thefra4
Ora fra4 t1 Pinyon anyon would pay from the day dayOt dayot dayOi
Ot owrz Tho YcJ2 Ycilnwstone < nvstone > special sp < dal of
the Short Line paid and this was its itsInitial ItsInitial itsInitial
Initial seasonAnd season seasonAnd seasonAnd
And such a line to the south would woulddo
do more for Utah than any similar investment In Investment Investment ¬
vestment within the possible range of ofman ofman ofman
man
HE THAT TH T CONQUERS HIMSELF HIMSELFThere HIMSELFThere HIMSELFThere
There Is food for thought in Presi President President President ¬
dent Tafts latest sermon sermonthat that of lastSabbath last lastSabbath lastSabbath
Sabbath He spoke from the text He Hethat Hethat Hethat
that ruleth his spirit is better than he hethat hethat hethat
that taketh a city As usual the words wordsof
of the President stimulate thought In Inmore Inmore inmore
more than one direction directionThe directionThe directionThe
The man that rules himself is thehighest the thehighest thehighest
highest type of the race No creature creaturesubject creaturesubject creaturesubject
subject to the rule of other men is sosecure so sosecure sosecure
secure against sin against failure failureagainst failureagainst failureagainst
against destruction as that man who whocan whocan whocan
can and does control himself himselfOur hlmseltOur himselfOur
Our Mormon friends have done a agreat agreat agreat
great work In teaching selfcontrol the thepower thepower thepower
power to master appetite and dominate dominateimpulse dominateImpulse dominateimpulse
impulse Maybe the hardships of an anearlier aneftrller anearlier
earlier age assisted In planting that thatpower thatpower thatpower
power But Its rich fruits have been beencontinued beencontinued beencontinued
continued into the easier dayIn day dayIn dayIn
In greater or less degree the people peopleof
of all the nation have done the same samething samething samething
thing Selfcontrol Is expected of a aman aman aman
man now Men who have no controlover control controlover controlover
over themselves are at a discount discounteverywhere discounteverywhere discounteverywhere
everywhere They are weak and peo people peopie people ¬
ple who know knowthem them do not trust them themTrue themTrue themTrue
True manhood is developed not by byprohibition byprohibition byprohibition
prohibition but by the free freechoice freechoice freechoice
choice of good and evil Suchmen Such Suchmen Suchmen
men could do wrong but It would wouldbe
be foolish and costly and harmful andthey and andthey andthey
they do not do it They choose the theright therlghL theright
right In some of the southern states statesthe statesthe statesthe
the people tried to attain slnlessness by bylaw bylaw bylaw
law And the Commercial Appeal ofMemphis of ofMemphis ofIemphls
Memphis makes this comment commentWe
We bankrupted the state we bankrupted bank bankrupted bankrupted ¬
rupted the cities of Alabama and wehave we wehave wehave
have started out to bankrupt the coun counties counties counties ¬
ties declared Representative J LeeLong Lee LeeLong LeeLong
Long of Alabama We found a full fulltreasury fu1treasury fulltreasury
treasury We gave the money away andleft and andleft andleft
left the state treasury empty We bankrupted bank bankrupted bankrupted ¬
rupted the cities by taking away their theirlicense theirlicense theirlicense
license and saloon money and the cities citiescannot citiescannot citiescannot
cannot pay their debts But the counties countieshad countieshad countieshad
had money so we went after that We WeIncreased WeIncreesed Weincreased
Increased the fees of county officials andwe and andwe andwe
we gave county commissioners the right rightto
to spend the county money In buildingschool building buildingschool buildingschool
school houses Oh we have a record recordthat reeordthat recordthat
that will be heard of in years ears to come comeNo comeNo
No man is safe If somebody else has hasto hasto hasto
to be responsible for him And the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest injury the state can do therace the therace therace
race Is to take from men their right rightof
of free choice in conduct nduct It is s not notthe notthe notthe
the rule the Lord adopted and it will willnot willnot willnot
not be a successful rule under the enforcement en enforcement enforcement ¬
forcement of men
THE CENSUS OF CHICKENS CHICKENSNext
Next year ear the government is going to tocount tocount tocount
count the number of chickens In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and the number of eggs eggswith eggswith eggswith
with the cash returns from that formerly for formerly formerly ¬
merly Ignored but very impressive impressivesource
source sourceNo sourceNo sourceNo
No matter what the rest of the country coun country country ¬
try may learn this is what the people peopleof
of Utah can get out of the figures whichthe which whichthe whichthe
the census bureau will later give to theworld the theworld theworld
world There is more money in raising raisingeggs raisingeggs raisingeggs
eggs at forty and fifty cents a dozenthan dozen dozenthan dozenthan
than there Is in many of the liberal liberalprofessions liberalprofessions liberalprofessions
professions professionsSome
Some men have have ha e gone bankrupt in inmercantile inmercantile inmercantile
mercantile business Some have failed failedto
to make a living even after diligent diligenteffort dnigent dnigenteffort dl gent genteffort
effort in law or l in medicine or In the thesciences theciencee thesciences
sciences Many have run behind yearafter year yearafter yearafter
after year in an effort to find some someeasy someeasy someeasy
easy way to make a livingBut living livingBut livingBut
But no man who carefully and Intelligently Intelli Intelligently Intelligently ¬
gently follows the hen business need needfear needfear needfear
fear a failure failureThe failureThe failureThe
The gentle hen will lay two hundred hundredeggs hundredeggs hundredeggs
eggs a year if her owner knows as much muchabout muchabout muchabout
about his business as she does about abouthers abouthers abouthers
hers Allowing for the boys to break breaka
a few fe carrying them to the house that thatleaves thatleees thatleaves
leaves sixteen dozen eggs And they theywill theywill theywill
will sell for sixforty to eight dollars dollarsin
in n money moneyand and people will say thank thankyou thankyou thankyou
you to the man who brings them themThe themThe themThe
The cost of keeping hens is s not great greatGive greatGive greatGive
Give them a range with plenty of good goodwater goodwater goodwater
water and they will board themselves themselvesten
ten months of the years oars There is idleland idle idleland idleland
land by the square mile all about Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and every other Utah town whereegg where whereegg whereegg
egg farms could be established Cripples Cripplesand
and invalids and old men can make afat a afat afat
fat living by b that means And an able ablebodied ablebodied ableboded
bodied person oan get rich richNo richNo richtro
No need to wait for the census people peopleto
to tell you that You know there Is Isgood Isgood Isgood
good gold money in fortycent eggs eggsAnd eggsAnd eggsAnd
And there is even more money in fifty fiftycent flftycent fiftycent
cent eggs
A MIRACLE OF PATIENCE PATIENCEThe
The following Is from the Tooele TooeleTranscript TooeleTranscript TooeleTranscript
Transcript It calls attention to a con condition condition condition ¬
dition which could hardly exist among amongany amongany amongany
any people less patient than the Mor Mormons Mormonsthe Mormonsthe ¬
mons monsthe the commercial value of the con conferences conferences conferences ¬
ferences to Salt Lake and the constant constantabuse constantabuse constantabuse
abuse of the Mormons by certain news newspapers newspapers newspapers ¬
papers of this city cityBut cityBut cityBut
But these gatherings present another anotherimportant anotherImportant anotherimportant
important phase that cannot be passed passedover
over In their going to Salt Lake City Citythe Citythe Citythe
the people take much of their wealth wealthwith wealthwith wealthwith
with them that is expended w with ith the mer merchants merchanUi merchants ¬
chants there therea a sum that no man can cancompute cancompute cancompile
compute but at the th last general con conference conference conference ¬
ference may have amounted to 100009 300000all 100009all 300008all
all told The conference gatherings have havematerially havematerially havematerially
materially helped to build up the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake merchants from the beginning to tothe tothe tothe
the detriment detrlm nt of our own home h me country countrymerchants countrymtrcbants countrymerchants
merchants and of course the people peoplegenerally peoplegenerally peoplegenerally
generally and what have we received receivedIn
In return Our church lenders lampooned
and some
papers in such a manner that few men menhave menhave menhave
have ever been abused as they the have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been and that is putting it t mild mildNow mildNow mildNow
Now dont you know that we country countryMormons countryMormons countryMormons
Mormons are getting tired tI d of seeing and andhearing andbearing andhearing
hearing our leaders getting such abuse abuseby abuseby abuseby
by seme of the Salt Lake press while whilewe
we are feeding and building up the very verymen verymen verymen
men who are the cause of all this abuse abuseand abuseand abuseand
and we want it stopped And until it is isstopped isstoPped isstopped
stopped many of us would prefer that thatour thatour thatour
our general conferences should be held heldin heldIn heldin
in some other city in Utah than Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City CIt At least that is the way we weare weare weare
are beginning to personally feel about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the matter matterOne matterOne matterOne
One doesnt need be a Mormon to see seethe seethe seethe
the unfairness of the condition And Andit
it is stated with perfect accuracy It Itshould Itshould Itshould
should be the sentiment of the city and andof andof andof
of everyone in It that fair treatment of ofall orall ofall
all be the rule It is not right to con constantly constantly constantly ¬
stantly and insolently abuse men and andthen andthen andthen
then accept the money they bring
WITH THE SOLDIER ELEVEN ELEVENEvery ELEVENEvery ELEVENEvery
Every lover of athletics will rejoice rejoiceat
at the interest displayed by the officers officersand officersand officersand
and men of the Fifteenth Infantry inthe in inthe Inthe
the matter of football They are de developing developing developing ¬
veloping a team there which should
make the sport better all through the themountain themountain themountain
mountain country Theyare peculiarly peculiarlyfortunate pecuUarlyfortunate peculiarlyfortunate
fortunate in their position Many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the officers have played the game at atWest ntWest atNest
West Point a school which ranks with withthe withthe withthe
the very biggest of the whole nation nationAmong nationAmong nationAmong
Among the men Is an abundance of ofsplendid ofsplendId ofsplendid
splendid material All they have ever everlacked everlacked everlacked
lacked to make the soldier teams domi dominant dominant dominant ¬
nant in baseball and football is an anearnest anearnest anearnest
earnest effort in that direction And Andnow Andnow Andnow
now the effort has materialized materializedWith materlallzedWith materializedWith
With the advent of the soldier eleven eleventhe eleventhe eleventhe
the football game Is going to be betterthan better betterthan betterthan
than ever before And lovers of the thesport thesport thesport
sport will joyfully welcome the better betterday betterday betterday
day
FATHER AND THE THEVOUNG YOUNG THING THINGThe THINGThe THINGThe
The Young Thing had been keeping keepingcompany keepingcompany keepingcompany
company with a boy and he had hadtransferred hadtransrerred hadtransferred
transferred his affections That is one oneof oneof oneof
of the privileges of the transfer system systemThe systemThe systemThe
The Young Thing didnt take kindly to tothe tothe tothe
the desertion and her father spoke to toher toher toher
her in this fashion if one is to believe believean
an Iowa exchange exchangeThat
That honey boy averaged spending 50 50cents 50conts 50cents
cents a week on you Heres a dollar dollara
a we week k to take its place Every time timehe timehe timehe
he called he cleaned out the refrigerator refrigeratorYour
Your mother will see to It that your yourbrothers yourbrothers yourbrothers
brothers do this In the future He kept keptyou keptyou keptyou
you up late at nights Your baby sister sisteris
is ewes and hereafter you will let the thebaby thebaby thebaby
baby do this for you He took posses possession possession possesslon ¬
sion of the most comfortable rocker on onthe onthe onthe
the porch When you look at the rocker rockerin
in the future it will not be empty bring ¬
ing In the pangs to your heart that your yoursilly yoursll yoursilly
silly sll novels tell about It will be occu occupied occuploo occupied ¬
pied by the man who paid for It and andthats andthats andthats
thats me Your mother and I stood by byyou byyou byyou
you in colic and teething and we are go going goIng going ¬
ing to see you through this if we have haveto
to take turns spanking you ou Now take takeyour takeyour takeyour
your eyes off of of the moon and look at the thedust thedust thedust
dust around you youWhich youVhlch youWhich
Which reads well from the standpoint standpointof
of crusty old people who are in no peril perilfrom perilfrom perilfrom
from a too free use of the transfer transferBut transrerBut transferBut
But it is severe on the girl To her the themost themost themost
most terrible thing In the world has hascome hascome hascome
come There Is no joy on earth and andthe andthe andthe
the blackness of darkness is all about abouther abouthe abouther
her he >
herHer
Her father is right in suggesting work workas
as a cure And little children that is isthe Isthe isthe
the cure for a good many of the troubles troublesthat troublesUint troublesthht
that Uint afflict people of greater age Sit Sitting Sitting Sitting ¬
ting in sorrow and nursing pain Is a abad abad abad
bad thing And the best medicine ever everadministered everadminIstered everadministered
administered is that actual and engrossing en engrossing engrossing ¬
grossing toll commended by Dr Neces Necessity Necessitythe Necessitythe ¬
sity sitythe the family physician to the hap happiest happiest happiest ¬
piest half of the human race
Down at Price the people are keep keeping keeping keeping ¬
ing up their policy of progressiveness progressivenessAfter
After their new n new w court house they are aredemanding aredemanding aredemanding
demanding electric lights And Price Pricedeserves Pricedosenes Pricedeserves
deserves nothing less than the best
This Is the year when the city can canbe canbe canbe
be won from the bad and reckless rule ruleof rulpof ruleof
of the American party Let us urge urgeevery ureevery urgeevery
every friend of better government to tolend tolend tolend
lend a hand
Up to date It is an even race between betweenthe
the health department and the police policedepartment polleedepartment policedepartment
department to see which Is the worse worseand worseand worseand
and weaker
The closest corporation on earth is isthe Isthe isthe
the American party p rty officialdom None Nonebut Nonebut Nonebut
but those willing to wear the th collar collarneed collarneed collarneed
need apply
Whatever you do today go and sec secthat seethat secthat
that you are registered It is the duty dutyof
of everyone ever one who wants good govern government government government ¬
ment
Northwestern Christian Advocate Sun Sunshine Sunshln Sunshine ¬
shine is a dally victory ictor of which city clt cltdwellers
dwellers who rarely see the sunrise can canKnow canknow canknow
Know little The day begins to work be before before before ¬
fore we do Watch the gray grow to togold togold togold
gold first the mountains surrender and andkindle andkindle andkindle
kindle with the fires of morning sacri sacrifice sacrifice sacrifice ¬
fice and then the widening splendor splendornraps splendorwraps splendorwraps
wraps the whole world with light It is isa Isa isa
a gradual coming more and more unto untothe untothe untothe
the perfect day da The day brings reve revelation revelation revelation ¬
lation it is the sun that makes the dial dialshow dialshow dialshow
show the time you ou cannot read a dial dialby dialby dialby
by the light of stars or moon
A HUNDRED YEARS TO COME COMEWhere COMEWhere COMEWhere
Where where will be the birds that sing
A hundred years to come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The flowers that now in beauty spring
A hundred years ears to come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The rosy cheek the lofty brow browThe browThe browThe
The heart that beats so gayly now7 now7Where now nowVhere nowWhere
Where where will be our hopes and fears fearsJoys fearsJOs fearsJoys
Joys pleasant smiles and sorrows S < tears tearsA
A hundred years ears to come comeWholl comeWholl comeWholl
Wholl press for gold this crowded street streetA
A hundred years to come comeWholl comeWholl comeWholl
Wholl tread yon aisles with willing feet feetA feetA feetA
A hundred years ears to come comePale comePale comePale
Pale trembling age and fiery fler youth youthAnd JoouthAnd youthAnd
And childhood with its brow of truth truthThe truthThe truthThe
The rich the poor on land and sea seaWhere seaYhere seaWhere
Where will the mighty millions be beA beA beA
A hundred years to come comeWe comeWe comeWe
We all within our graves will sleep sleepA
A hundred years ears to come comeNo comeNo comeNo
No loving soul for us will weep weepA
A hundred years ears to come comeBut comeBut comeBut
But other men our lands will till tillAnd tillAnd tillAnd
And others then our homes will fill fillAnd fmAnd fillAnd
And other birds will sing as gay gayAnd gayAnd gayAnd
And bright the sun shine as today todayA
A hundred years ears to come comeHiram comeHiram comeHiram
Hiram L Spencer
THE PART CONTAINS THE WHOLE WHOLEStrive WHOLEStrle WHOLEStrive
Strive not to say the whole the poet in inhis Inhis inhis
his art artMust artMust artMust
Must Intimate the whole and say the thesmallest thesmallest thesmallest
smallest part partThe partThe partThe
The young moons silver arc her perfectcircle perfect perfectcircle perfectcircle
circle tells tellsThe teUsThe tellsThe
The limitless IImltl within arts bounded outline outlinedwells outlinedwolls outlinedwells
dwells dwellsOf
Of every noble work work the silent part isbest is isbest isbest
best bestOf bestOf x xOf
Of all expression that which can not be beexprest beexprest beexprest
exprest exprestEach exprestEach exprestEach
Each act contains the life each work of ofart ofart ofart
art the world worldAnd worldAnd worldAnd
And all the planet laws are In each dew dewdrop dewdrop dewdrop
drop pearled pearledWilliam
William Wetmore Story
GETTING FREE MEDICAL ADVICE ADVICEPhiladelphia ADVICEPhUadelphla ADVICEPhiladelphia
Philadelphia TImes TlmesThere TImesThere TimesThere
There is a woman living on Spruce Sprucestreet Sprucestreet Sprucestreet
street who never calls a doctor If she shecan shecan shecan
can help It but who Is forever trying
to get free advice by different means
One day recently recent after her return
from tin shore where she had caught caughta
a slight cold she waylaid a gruff middleaged mid middleaged middleaged ¬
dleaged medico of the old school schoolwhose schoolwhose schoolwhose
whose office Is In Pine street and after aftera
a little preliminary conversation asked
tentatively tentativelyBy
By the way doctor what do you do dowhen dowhen dowhen
when you have a cough coughHe coughHe coughHe
He looked straight in her eyes for a amoment amoment amoment
moment and then answered without withoutmoving withoutmoving withoutmoving
moving a muscle muscleI musclecough
I cough madam
PURSUING THE VILLAIN VILLAINLippincotts VILLAINLippincotts VILLAINLippincotts
Lippincotts LippincottsLawrence LippincottsLawrence LippincottsLawrence
Lawrence J Anhalt business manager managerfor
for David Warfield brings In from the theroad theroad theroad
road the story of the manager of a thrill thrilling thrillIng thrilling ¬
ing melodrama in one scene of which a ahusband ahusband ahusband
husband enters one door an Instant after afteran
an admirer of his wife has made his exit exitfrom exitfrom exitfrom
from another anotherDuring anotherDuring anotherDuring
During a run of a week In one city the themanager themanager themanager
manager noticed that one man obviously obviouslyfrom
from the country went in every nightFinally night nightFinally nIghtFinally
Finally he remarked to the man that he hemust hemust hemust
must enjoy the performance performanceToleraby performanceToleraby performanceToleraby
Toleraby so replied the playgoer playgoerbut
but some night that husband Is going goingto
to catch that other feller and I want wantto
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I highest priced rived ones onesTAILORED are made of genuine linen linenTAILORED lin n J 04 1
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Shield fronts embroidered with baby babytucks Cambric shirting tr center plates cuffs cuffsand cuffstucks
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White grounds grou ds with colored stripes Genuine pure linen with plain tailored tailoredand tailoredand
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Many thrifty housewives took advantage yesterday of the theprice
price reductions on Lace Curtains Table Covers and Couch CouchCovers
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Suffering Women Womena I
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The days of suffering and anguish to thousands of women who are aretroubled aretroubled aretroubled
troubled with various female complaints are over Chiropractic the thewonderful thewonderful thewonderful
wonderful new science is curing hundreds of women each month and andmaking andmaking andmaking
making them strong and healthy It is not a treatment of medicine medicineneither medicineneither j jneither
neither are surgical operations needed It is simply a natural n tural system systemof
of building up weakened nerves and strengthening parts of the bodywhich body bodywhich bodywhich
which are affected All forms of female trouble rheumatism kidney kidneyliver kidneyliver kidneyliver
liver and stomach trouble paralysis epilepsy and many other disor disorders disorders disorders ¬
ders have been completely cured by Chiropractic in so many cases casesthat cas casesthat s sthat
that there is no question of its effectiveness even in most obstinate obstinatecases
cases Troubles of long standing even chronic in their nature have havebeen havebeen
been n cured in thousands o of cases e by simple s e treatments t of Chiropractic ChiropracticA Chiropracticrmanent
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Mrs Pickard has since establishing her office in Salt lake made a great many cures and is glad to torefer torefer torefer
refer prospective patients to those who have been cured and who know that Chiropractic is all that it has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been claimed to be Mrs Pickard meets persons who are seeking information privately and makes exami examinations examinations examinations ¬
nations without charge chargeWith chargeWith chargeWith
With such an opportunity placed before them it is really astonishing to see how many women go on onsuffering onsuffering onsuffering
suffering day after day simply because they are not willing to go to a little trouble to investigate In this thiscase thiscase thiscase
case it is simply a woman talking to a woman who knows what the difficulties are and who also knows knowshow knowshow knowshow
how to overcome them To all ladies who are troubled in any way Mrs Pickard extends an invitation to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet her and allow her to explain the principles of Chiropractic whether a treatment is wanted or not To Today Today Today ¬
day is the time tomorrow may be too late lateB lateM
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Delinquent Notice NoticeSINALOA NoticeSINALOA NoticeSINALOA
SINALOA LAND AND FRUIT COM COMpany COMpany COMpany
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business Salt Lake City < Utah tah tshare There Thereare
are ar delinquent upon the following fo lewina iewin de described described described ¬
scribed shares of capital stoqk sto k Of aid laidcompan saidcompany aidcompany
company on account of that certain as assessment assessment assessment
sessment of 1000 per share levied on onthe 011the or orthe
the 7th day da of September A D 1S09 1909the 1S09the U09the
the several amounts set opposite the thenames thenames thenames
names of the respective shareholders shareholderson
on the stock stockcertlfieate certificates ae a hereinafter hereinafternumbered berelnafternumbered hereinafternumbered
numbered towit towitNo
f No o Stock No of ofCert ofCert r rCert
Cert Stockholder Stoekh lder Shares Sbar Amount Amount14Frank Amount14Frank
r 14 14Frank Prank Fairbanks Falrbnko18 18 1000018William 1 1000 1000l8WUllam 0 00
18 l8WUllam William Holmes 7 70 7100 7100H 70004M 00
4 4M M W Mansfield 1M 11 lMOOO 110002DHeber 101100010Heber
20 2DHeber Heber S Cutler 7 7 Tt 7000 70001Henry 00 00IHenry =
1 IHenry Henry S Tanner Tanner1 181 1 ltlOoo 10100027Joseph 1110027Joseph
i t 27 27Joseph Joseph A West 8 SO hGG hGG13Matthew 1eC013Matthew 01
13 13Matthew Matthew Noah 16 1 1M 100 100UC 3100034C 00
34 UC C V Anderson 7 TO00 7000o2A 100 1002A
2A 52 A C Candland 34 24000 3400023Bell UIOO23B
I 23 23B 23Bell Bell Il M Perry 7 70 7000 700025lired 700025Fred 00
25 25lired Fred J May 4 I 4000 400048Joseph tOO48Joseph
48 48Joseph Joseph A Harding 17 170 17100 1710033ViIllam 1700033William 00
I 33 33ViIllam William R Jones 17 1TOOO
II 39 39Wllliam William Wood Jr 17 17000 110035W 1700035W
I 35 35W W D Bowring 7 7000 700037B 00 0037B
37 37B B W V Dixon 7 7000 700041Lewis tOOILewis
41 ILewis Lewis M Cannon S6 111M 31000 3100053J UO 00 00SIJ
i 53 SIJ J W Johnson S4 MO00 140063Chri 3400063Christine
i 63 63Chri 63Christine Christine tlne Sorensen 7 TO00 f 00 00iiA
iiA 57 A B Irvine 14 34100
1 56 56W W B Graham GrahamI 100 100000
I 62 62George George C and R RA RA RA
f A Shipp
66 66George George C and R RA RA RA
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1 67 67George George C and and R RA ItA nA
1 A Shipp
68 68George George C and and H HA R RA RJ °
A J Shipp IS HO00 HO00And lit 3 00 00And g gAnd
I And in accordance with 1th law and the theorder theorder a aorder
order of the board of directors made madeon
on the 7th day of September A D
l 1909 so many shares of each parcel reel or orcertificate orcertificate orcertificate
I certificate of stock a sa may be feces necessary Decessary fecessary ¬
sary will be sold at public auction to tothe tothe tothe
the highest bidders at the office of Ice of said saidcompany 8aldcompany saidcompany
company No 506 Security A Trust Trustbuilding Trustbuilding Trustbuilding
1 building Salt Lake City Utah on Mon Monday Monday lonia ¬
day < ia the 25th day of October A D D19o
1909 1909 at the hour of 10 oclock a L mto mto m mto
to pay said delinquent aee assessment ment nt together to together together ¬
f l gether with the cost of advertising and andexpense andexpense andexpense
s expense of sale
saleLEWIS
a i LEWIS M CANNON CANNONSecretary CANNONSecretary CANNONSecretary
Secretary of Sinaloa Land FruitCompany Fruit FruitCompany FruitCompany
Company N V JONES Manager ManagerOffice ManagerOfflce ManagerOffice
I Office 608 Security Trust Building 1 1aH
= Salt Lake City Utah UtahSpecial UtahSpecial t tSpecial
Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO TOhe TOthe TOthe
the stockholders of the Ploehe Nevada NevadaConsolidated NevadaConsolidated NevadaConsolidated
Consolidated Mining company a corpora corporation cOffjOratlon corporation ¬
tion of Utah that a meeting of the stockholders stockholders stock stockholders ¬
holders of said company will be h held ld at atthe atthe atthe
the office offl e of the company lilt McCornlck McCornlckbuilding McCornlckbuilding McCornickbuilding
building Salt Lake City Utah on the the28th the28th the28th
k 28th day of October 1901 at 260 Zf oclock oclockp
p m for the purpose of acting < < upon and andif andir andi
if i thought advisable to ratify approve approveand approveand approveand
and confirm the preambles and resolu resolutions relOlulions resolutions ¬
tions passed by the board of directors au authorizing authorizing authorizing ¬
thorizing an extension for the period of ofone ofone ofone
one year ear of the term of the l lease ee and andan andan andan
an extension for the period of one year yearespectively > ear earespectively earespectiwly
espectively of the time to pay each of ofdie orthe ofthe
the installments respectively of the purhase purchase pur purchase ¬
chase price for the mining property of ofthe otthe ofthe
the company under the option to purchasegiven purchase purchasegiven purchliegiven
given by the corporation to F B Cook Cookdated Cookdated Cookdated
dated November 24th 1808 and assigned assignedi
i bv him to Pioche Metals Mining company companya
a a 1 corporation of Utah ae said preambles preamblesand
and resolutions reS < llutions api appear > ear spread upon the thaecords thecords theIecords
cords of the corporation in the custody custodyf eu tody todyr
> f the secretary where same may be ex examined examined ¬ J
amined by any stockholder stockholderBy
B By order of the board of directors directorsC
C A COOK Secretary S40erfltaryAssessment SecretaryAssessment cr tary taryAssessment
Assessment NoticeJUNO Notice NoticeJUNO NoticeJUNO
JUNO MINING COMPANY OF STOCK STOCKton
ton Principal place of business bu lne Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Vtah Location of mine Rush RUBhVaney RushValley RushValUy
Valley Tooele county Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice is hereby given that at a meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing of f the board of directors of the Juno JunoMining JunolInlng JunoMining
Mining company held on the 31th day of ofSeptember otSeptember ofSeptember
September 1909 assessment ment No 11 of oneluarter one oneluarter oneuarter
r it 1 luarter of a cent per share WM levied leviedon
P on the capital stock of the corporation corporationIssued corporationIssued corporationIssued
Issued and outstanding payable Immedi Immediately immediatelv Immediately ¬
ately to H W V Davis acting treasurer treasurerat
at room 9 Central block Salt Lake City Cityttah Clt CltItah Cibnah >
nah Any stock upon which this assess assessment alMJ8ssment assessment ¬
I ment may remain unpaid on Saturday SaturdayOc v r rOc rOct
Oc 30 1909 will be delinquent and ad adertised adertised advertised
ertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunl andunless
unless unl > ss payment pa > merit Is made before will be besold besold besold
j sold on Saturday Nov 30 O 1IW at 12 1 m mat mat mat
at room 9 Central block Salt Lake City Cityto
to pay the delinquent assessment there thereon ¬
on together with cost of advertising adverU lng and andexpense andl andxpense
xpense l of sale saleH saleH saleH
I H W T DAVIS > Acting Secretary SecretaryRoom SecretaryRoom SecretaryRoom
Room 9 Central Block Salt Lake City Cityrtah CityrtRh CityTtah
J rtah r rSummons
I Summons SummonsIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR SALT SALTLake SALTLakp SALTLake
Ii Lake county state of Utah Perry M MStout M3tout MStout
Stout plaintiff v versus ° rsue Tina Hayes Stout Stoutdefendant StoutdpfpndantSummons StoutdefendantSummons
defendant dpfpndantSummons dpfpndantSummonsThe Summons SummonsThe
The state of Utah to said defendant defendantYoa
You are hereby summoned to appear appearwithin appearwithin appearwithin
within twenty days after the service nf nfthis orthis f fthis
this summons upon you if served within withinthe withinthe t1th t1thth
the th count county in which this action is brought broughtotherwise broughttherwise broughtltherwise
otherwise within thirty days after ser serand aery aeryice service
ice < > > and defend d > fend the above entitled action actionand actionand actionand
and in case of your our failure so to do Judg Judgment judgment judgment ¬
ment will be rendered against you accord according according according ¬
ing to the demand of the complaint which whuhhas whichhas whichhas
has been filed with the clerk of said saidcourt sailcourt saidcourt
court This action Is brought to recon rewnera > f fa
a judgment judgm > nt dissolving the bonds of matn matrimony matnmonj matrmon
I monj mon heretofore h > existing between you youand yO yOand youand
I and the plaintiff plaintiffALLEN plaintiffALLEN plaintiffALLEN
11 ALLEN T SANFORD SANKORDPlaintiffs SANFORDPialnUfts SANFORDPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Attorney AttoraeP AttorneyP
P O address s 625 Boston building bullcU Salt SaltTak SaltLakp SaltLake
Lake City rtah rtahPROBATE TtahPROBATE tah tahPROBATE
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHiPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES
NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESConsult
t tConsult
Consult county clerk or the respective respectivesigners reBpeetivesigners respectivesigners
signers for further information informationIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PROdivision PRObate
i bate division in and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah In the matter of the estate estawof Ntatof >
of Leonardo Cannusclo Cannu cio deceaMdNotceI deceased deceaMdNotce Notice NoticeThe
I The petition of Angelica DomUna Can Cannuscio Cani Cannuscio
i nuscio administratrix of the estate 1Ma of ofLeonard orLeonard ofLeonard
Leonard Cannusclo Cannu cio deceased praying for forthe forthe forthe
the distribution of the residue of said saidstate saIdlItate saidestate
state to the persons entitled has been beenset beenset beenset
set for hearing on Friday the 22d day dayof
of October A D 1MB at 2 oclock p pm pm pm
m at the county court house in the thesourt thecourt thecourt
court room of said court In n Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitnea UtahWitness p7 p7City
Witness the clerk of said court with the theteal theleal theseal
teal thereof affixed this 8th day of Oc October October October ¬
tober A D 1899 1899MARGARET IVI IVIMARGARET > > r rMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCHERSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkWeber ClerkWeber ClerkWeber
Weber Olson Attorneys for 1 < < Petitioner PetitionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division diV llon in and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah In the matter of the estate estateof tate tateor
of Annie B Hicks deceased deceasedNoUce deceasedNoUceThe Notice NoticeThe
The petition of John U Hick admin administrator admlnIstrator administrator ¬
I istrator of the estate of Annie B Hick Hickdeceased Hickdecealled Hicksdeceased
deceased praying for the settlement of offinal oftinal offinal
i final account of said John U Hicks ad administrator administrator administrator ¬
ministrator and for the distribution of ofthe orthe ofthe
the residue of said estate e tate to the persona personaentitled penonentitled personsentitled
entitled has been set for hearing on Friday Fri Friday Friday ¬
day the 2d day of October A D m 199at mat 919at >
at 2 oclock p m at the county court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house in the court room of said court courtin
in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahVitneH UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of o i said court c with the theseal theseal theseal
seal thereof affixed this 8th day y of Oc October October October ¬
tober A D 1909 1909MARGARET 1909MARGARET 1909MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHJCR WITCHJCRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkHath ClerkMath ClerkMath
Math Thomas Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division = in and an for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakeeoulfty Lakecounty
county State of Utah Department No i iIn ln L LIn
In n the matter of the estate or Phebe T TJudd TJudd f fJudd
Judd Kimball deceased decea deceasedNotlee deceasedNotleeThe edNoUce edNoUceThe Notice NoticeThe
The petition of There Theresa Kimball Werner Wer Werner Werner ¬
ner and LeGrand Young praying for the theidmlfion theadmlFion theadmission
admission to probate of a certain docu document tlocument document ¬
ment purporting to be the last will and andtestament andtestament andtestament
testament of Phebe T Judd Kimbal de deceased deand deceased ¬
ceased and fot tnegranting the granting of fetters fetterstestamentary lattentestamentary tters tterstestamentary
testamentary to Theresa a Kimball Werner Wernerand Wernerand Werner fernerand
and LeGrand Young has ha been set t for forhearing forhearing forhearing
hearing on Friday the 22d day of Octo October October Octoher ¬
ber A D 1S08 at 2 Oclock p m at the thocounty th thcounty thecounty
county court house in the court mom of ofsaid orsaid ofsaid
said court inSalt In Salt Lake City Salt SttLake SttLakecounty Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with the theseal theseal theseal
seal thereof affixed this 8th day of Oc October October October ¬
tober A D 1SW 1SWMARGARET 1 1900MARGARET II IIMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCIIER WITCIIERSeal WITCHKR WITCHKRSeal WlTC WlTCSea
Seal ClerkBy Clerk ClerkB
B By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkOscar ClerkOscar ClerkOscar
Oscar W Mo M yll > le Attorney for PeUUonvr
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