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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 191909 19 1909
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TRFiES ro u
JAMES MURDOCH FOR MAYOR OF OFSALT SALT LAKE LAKEOne LAKEOne LAKEOne
One time a friend asked Mr James Murdoch Republican Re Republican ReIJubllcan ¬
publican candidate for mayor m or of Salt Lake how heaccumulated he heaccumulated heaccumulated
accumulated his fortune And the canny Scotchman Scotchmanreplied Scotchmanreplied Scotchmanreplied
replied repliedWell Well in the first place I havent much But Butwhat Butwhat Butwhat
what there Is of it came because I always observed observedthe
the rule of living within my income incomeAnd IncomeAnd incomeAnd
And that is one of the things which make him fit fitto fitto fitto
to be mayor of this city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The wild and reckless reckl s manner of administration administrationwhich
which W hlch has obtained in the past four years should be bechecked bechecked bechecked
checked In the interest of the people There is no nonet noneed norecd
net need d of checking Improvement at the same time But Butthere Butthere Butthere
there Is need of holding the city to expenditures en entirely enrely entirely ¬
tirely rely within the limit of the citys revenues revenuesThere revenuesThere revenuesThere
There Is another rule of Mr Ir Murdochs life and andone andone andone
one which surely sur ly should be considered in summing up uphis uphis uphis
his qualifications for office When he is mayor the thepeople thepeopl thepeople
people will know what is being done with the money moneythey moneythey moneythey
they spend spendWhen spendWhen spendWhen
When a dollar of the peoples cash is paid out they theywill theywill
will 111 know where It has gone gonePerfect gonePerfect gonePerfect
Perfect frankness with the people perfect sin sincerity sincerity sincerity ¬
cerity in making report to them themwill will be the rule of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Murdoch administration administrationIt
It i is time for an opening of the books The city citypaid citypaid citypaid
paid twenty thousand dollars for a new system of ofbookkeeping otbook ofbooh
bookkeeping book eeplngone one by which the officials could make makeprompt makeprompt makeprompt
prompt report of the condition of the finances in every everydepartment everydepartment everydepartment
department And they were five months making their theirlast theirlast theirlast
last annual report reportAnd reportAnd reportAnd
And it will be their last too tooUnder toornder tooUnder
Under the Murdoch rule absolute honesty in the theexpenditure theexpenditure theexpenditure
expenditure of the public money the prompt and andclear andclear andclear
clear accounting to the people for their cash the thegood thegood thegood
good business s method of keeping within the revenues revenuesthese revenuesthese revenuesthese
these will be some of the reforms that Mr Murdoch Murdochwill Iurdochwill
will inaugurate inaugurateSalt
Salt Lake has seen reason enough to want that thatkind thatkind thatkind
kind of a government
KEEP THEIR RECORD IN MIND MINDWhatever MINDVhatever MINDWhatever
Whatever you do dont forget the record recordMr recordllr recordMr
Mr Bransford has declared himself him elf as the father fatherof
of the stockade He originated the Idea He found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the men to put up the money and the woman to man manat mannff managc
at it And if there is any logic in the situation It ItI Itio
I io that he will start the stockade just as certainly as asthe asthe asthe
the > people of Salt Lake elect him mayor mayorHere mayorHere mayorHere
Here are his own words openly proclaimed by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John S Bransford himself in the Salt Lake Herald Heraldcf
cf f December eighth 190S 190SMAYOR 19I 1905MAYOR S SMAYOR
MAYOR JOHN JOH BRANSFORD IN SALT LAKE LAKEHERALD LAKEHERALD LAKEHERALD
HERALD DECEMBER EIGHTH 180S 180SWith 1008Vlth
With 1 ith reference to the proposed new fUstrlct uiatrict the thelouses thehouses thehouses
houses of which are in process of construction I IWISH IWISH IWISH
WISH TO SAY THAT I AM THOROUGHLY IN INFAVOR INFAVOR INFAVOR
FAVOR OF IT and that it was at my suggestion suggestionthat
that the work was begun begunWITH begunWITH begunWITH
WITH THE POWER VESTED IN ME AS MAY MAYOR MAYOR IAYOR ¬
OR OF SALT LAKE CITY I propose to take these theseantn theseO thesewomen
women O from the business section of the city and put putth putthI putth
th thI n i in the new district districtI
I anked Mr Ir Mulvey to find some person or com company company company ¬
pany that would consent to erect the buildings in the thed thedistrict
d strict after the general plans and who would con conbi consnt consent
bi sent nt to have the entire district under constant police policeregulation polleeregulation policeregulation
regulation Mr Mulvey Iulve found some people who con considered consiJered consldered ¬
sidered the matter but finally they the decided not to toundertake tounrlrtake toundertake
undertake the project projectThen projPctThpn projectThen
Then it was that we got into communication with withtho withtilt withtiro
tilt Ogden people THEY AGREED TO MY IY TERMS TERMSand TER TERMSaid IS ISatd
and I told them if they did as I wished and followed followedO1t
0 O1t at the directions I gave them my word that I would wouldsec wouldsee
see > to it that the women of the downtown district districtwere districtpre districtwere
were pre removed to the new location ACTING SOLE SOLELY SOLELYON SOLELY ¬
LY LYON ON MY ASSURANCE THAT THE REMOVAL REMOVALWOULD REMOVALWOILD AL ALWOrLD
WOULD BE MADE THESE PEOPLE INVESTED INVESTEDTHEIR INVESTEDTHEIR INVESTEDTHEIR
THEIR MONEY AND HAVE BUILT THE BUILD BUILDINGS BUILDINGS BUILDINGS ¬
INGS AFTER MY SUGGESTION The buildings buildingsare
are now up and the removal of the women to the new newdistrict newd newdistrict
district d will be made very vel soon soonAnd SoonAnd soonAnd
And here is the record of Martin Mulvey as read readto readto readto
to the world by the Salt Lake Tribune in an editorial editorialof
of Oct 301903 30 1902 19 5 when Mulvey lIulve was a candidate for the thecouncil theounc1l thecouncil
council just as he is now Please to remember remem r that thatMartin thatMartin thatMartin
Martin has not changed in the six years ears unless it be belur betor befur
fur the worse He had one saloon then He has two twonow twonJw twonmv
now He is the Tribunes candidate now but even evenMartin evenMartin evenMartin
Martin would not admit that there is any an more reason reasonfor reasonfor reasonfor
for electing him now than there was in 1SOJ 1SOJRead 1901Read 1902Read
Read what the Tribune said of him then thenSALT thenSU thenSILT
SALT SU T LAKE TRIBUNE OCTOBER 30 1908 1001ED 1001EDITORIAL 1908EDITORIAL ED EDITORIAL ¬
ITORIALMartin ITORIAL ITORIALMartin ITORIALMartin
Martin E Mulvey Iulve is relying for election upon the theA thoot theFtc
A Ftc > which Is distinctly classed as the vote of the un uneenorld unl1cnvorld undcrworid
eenorld the votes of thieves prostitutes and the theInss the11wless
1 Inss iv less classes generally Without the support oi oit of ofCat ofV
t Cat V at class his chances for election would not be worth worththe worthtte worththe
the spending of a nickel upon Yet there is no lack lackt
c t i l dirty coin in his campaign He has been a mem mernbcr member membr ¬
ber of the council before and he did the city no good goodHis goodHis goodHis
His candidacy andldRc now no bodes no good to the city cityWe clt cltWe cityWe
We call upon all fair and decentminded citizens 01 01the of ofthe ofthe
the Fifth municipal munlcl 1 ward to come forward in Indig indlgrant indigrant Indignant ¬
rant protest t against the pretensions of this man ant anttury and andbury andbury
bury him so deep under their ballots on Tuesday Tuesda next nextthat nextthatpoIlUcalbhe nextthatpoliticallyhe
that thatpoIlUcalbhe politically he will never be heard of again againMulvey againllulvey againMulvey
Mulvey Is again a candidate for councilman from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th Fifth FifthAnd FifthAnd FifthAnd
And there is the th third member mem r of the delectable delectabletrio delectabletrioGrge delectabletrioGeorge
trio trioGrge George Sheets actual head of the police depart department departm department ¬
ment m > nt dictator to the vice of the city protector of ofrime ofrime ofrime
rime and sharer in the graft that comes of a police policedepartment pollcodpartment policedepartment
department in partnership with evilDIGEST evil evilDIGEST evilDIGEST
DIGEST OF GEORGE SHEETS CONNECTION CONNECTIONWITH CO NECTION NECTIONVITH
WITH THE MWHIRTER CASE CASEGeorge CASEGeorge CASEUeorge
George Sheets testified that he was chief of police polleevhen policevhen policeht
vhen ht > n McWhirter came into his headquarters heRd quarters in com comyany comIanr company
yany with the bogus policeman who wore a police policeoflkers policeoftkCrs policeofficers
officers badge McWhirter asked him if the man manere manWHE manire
ire ere an officer and Sheets said No The pretended pretendedpoliceman pretendedlollceman pretendedpoliceman
policeman assisted by four others had robbed ro bed Mc Mchlrter McYhlrter Mc1Whirter
hlrter of ten thousand dollars In cash an hour be before betore before ¬
fore Sheets said he would try and get some of the thei therwney thericney
i icnej back again but did not arrest the bogus poI po poFeEmanwho
1 FeEmanwho < eman who was not afraid In the office of the chief chiefSheets chlerSheecs chiefSheets
Sheets went Into the hall and returned with the thestatement thestah thestatement
statement stah > ment that he could get seven hundred and fifty fiftydollars fiftydQllars fiftydollars
dollars McWhirter protested and the chief went out outag outag outag
ag in n and came back with a thousand dollars He Hegrve Hegn Hegave
gave gn that to McWhirter and sent him out of town townThe townThe townThe
The > thieves resumed r umed their protected Industry One ol olthtm or orthr ofthem
them thr m is now serving a sentence In the penitentiary
for his part in the transaction transactionGeorge transactionGeorge transactionGeorge
George Sheets is today tOO8 chief of detectives and the theac theactual theactual
ac actual tual head of the police department of Salt Lake LakeRemember LakeRemember LakeRemember
Remember the record A vote for one is a vote for forall forall forall
all They must stand or fall together togetherAnd togetherAnd togetherAnd
And remember another thing These men hold holttheir holdtheir holdtheir
their places in the city government or hope for con continuance continuance continuance ¬
tinuance In that place at tho favor of Tom Kearns Kearnsthe Kearnsthe
the financier and boas of the party machine macl ine which is ispushing isflUshing ispushing
pushing them forward
Let the city live within its Income That would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not stop public improvement though it would de decrease decrease decrease ¬
crease the income of the grafters who now control controlaffairs controlaffairs controlaffairs
affairs
I
THE WEAKNESS OF MR BRANSFORD BRANSFORDNo
No man should be elected to the office of mayor mayorwho mayorwho mayorwho
who will permit the bosses of his party to control him himAnd himAnd himAnd
And no informed man In Salt Lake will question the thestatement thestatement thestatement i
statement that Mr Bransford has from the begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning been dominated by the gang In control of his hiaparty hisparty hisparty
party machine machineThere machineThere machineThere
There was the case of Mr Ir Devine One chief of the thefire thefire thefire
fire department had followed the American party partyrule partyrule partyrule
rule so assiduously that he had to run away because becausehe beca se sehe
he had wasted the fund provided by the firemen for forthe forth forthe
the th care of their disabled members Another chief chiefhad chiefhad chiefhad
had to be appointed The mayor asked James Devine Devineto
to take the place Mr Devine consented and the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune editorially declared It the best selection that thatcould thatcould thatcould
could be made madewhich which was probably true A number numberof
of the councilmen met the mayor and Mr Devine Devineand Devineand Devineand
and promised their votes to confirm the appointment appointmentBefore
Before the meeting of the council the bosses of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the party got together and rebelled They denounced denouncedDevlne denouncedDevine denouncedDevine
Devine and made the characterless editor of the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune write another editorial calling Devine a turn turncoat turncoat turncoat ¬
coat and otherwise blackguarding him The council councilmen councilmen councilmen
men who had promised to sustain the nomination of ofDevine ofDevine ofDevine
Devine were dragooned by the gang into breaking breakingtheir breakingtheir breakingtheir
their word The city recorder now a candidate for forthe forthe forthe
the council had the name of Devine ready to send to tothe tothe tothe
the council and one of the councilmen feloniously ab abstracted abstracted abstracted ¬
stracted It The mayor was badgered by the heelers heelersof
of the party and In spite of his profane declaration declarationthat
that he would stand by Devine he weakened weakenedand weakenedandthey and andthey
they selected a Kentucky septuagenarian for the theplace theplaceGod theplaceGod
place placeGod God knows why whyand and confirmed him himThere himThero himThere
There was the case of Burbidge Burbidge was a acaptain acaptain acaptain
captain of police promoted through long years of offaithful offaithful offaithful
faithful service to a place of honor In the department departmentAs
As In the case of Devine there was no question of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his ability or his honesty his courage or his effective effectiveservice effectiveservice effectiveservice
service to the city But he is a Mormon and he must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be driven from the department The mayor again de declared declared declared ¬
clared with such language as cannot be printed that thathe thathe thathe
he would stand by Burbidge Burbidgeand and then he let them themforce themforce themforce
force that man out of the department to the eternal eternalshame eternalshame eternalshame
shame of the gang and the utter discredit of the themayor themayor themayor
mayor who bowed the knee kneeAnd kneeAnd kneeAnd
And there is Kelsey For four years the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party managers have boasted the work that Kelsey Kelseydid
did It was his work that proved their case to the thebeholder thebeholder thebeholder
beholder He was the city engineer Under his hand handall handall handall
all the work of paving and sidewalk and sewer was wasaccomplished wasaccomplIshed wasaccomplished
accomplished But the gang wanted McMillan for formayor formll formayor
mayor mll or and Kelsey wanted Bransford The gang gangcouldnt gangcouldnt gangcouldnt
couldnt force McMillan on the theparty party but they could coulddrive coulddrive coulddrive
drive Kelsey out of office for opposing them And Andthey Andthey Andthey
they did And Mayor Bransford stood by b while they theydid theydid theydid
did it The man who had befriended him was allowed allowedto
to go gowhen when a square man In the mayors ma mayors ors office would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have fought to the bitter end rather than publish publishhimself publishhimself I
himself as so signally ungrateful ungratefulYou
You see it isnt good service to the city that Mr MrBransfords MrBransfords MrBransfords
Bransfords bosses want It is service to the bosses bossesAnd bossesnd bossesAnd
And nd he is just weak enough to give them their way wayThat wayThat I
That sort of man should never be in the chair of ofmayor ofmayor ofmayor
mayor
9 9THE
THE REPUBLICAN CAUSE IS STRONGER STRONGERWith
With each passing day there comes additional additionalstrength additionalEtrength additionalstrength
strength to the Republican cause in the present city citycampaign citycampaign citycampaign
campaign campaignMen
Men of calm sense and reason see more and more moreclearly moreclearly moreclearly
clearly that with the continued dominance of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party the loot of the city will constantly constantlyincrease constantlyIncrease constantlyincrease
increase The bosses are now so strong that they hesi hesitate hesitate hesitate ¬
tate at little If they are Indorsed by the people In Inthe inthe inthe
the November election it Is clear they will feel them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves secure to go the limit And they will go there thereand thereand thereand
and beyond beyondMen beondMen beyondMen
Men who believe that politics should be a free and anduntrammelled andun anduntrammelled
untrammelled un expression of the wishes of the people peopleare pe pe peare
are frightened at the American party butchery of ofthose atthse ofthose
those who do not please the bosses It has become becomeclear b3comeclear becomeclear
clear that no man csfn lift a voice in that party in inthe Inthe inthe
the slightest degree criticising the leader There id ida 11a isa
a cruel tyranny in the management of the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party more brutal and more fatal than has ha ever been beenknown beenknown beenknown
known in any American city cityMen cityMen cityMen
Men who believe in the first principle of repre representative representative representative ¬
sentative governmentthe the responsibility of officials to tothe tothe tothe
the people peoplevIew view with alarm the open and arrogant arrogantdeclaration arro arrogantdeclaration nt ntdeclaration
declaration of the American party machine that no noofficer nroffieer noofficer
officer elected or appointed in this city is responsible responsibleto
to the people for the honest administration of his of office offlee offlee ¬
flee Never was a more dangerous doctrine an announced announced announced ¬
nounced And It is the very foundation of the American Amer American AmerIcan ¬
ican party rule ruleMen ruleIen ruleMen
Men of every party recognize the fact that responsibility respon responsibility responsibility ¬
sibility for the improvement made in Salt Lake in the thepast thepajt thepast
past few years Is directly the work of the Republican Republicanparty RepublIcanparty Republicanparty
party as expressed in the laws providing for scrip scripand scripand scripand
and after that attributable to the desire of all persons personsno
no matter what the name of their party to have the thestreets thestreets thestreets
streets improved to get a better sewer system to togenerally togenerally togenerally
generally advance the city since the Republican pol policy policy policy ¬
icy In the nation had made Salt Lake people pros prosperous prosperous prosperous ¬
perous and they could afford the improvement improvementThe
The cause of the Republican party pt ty is getting gettingstronger gettingstronger gettingstronger
stronger in the city clt because it deserves d erves to be stronger strongerThe
The Interests of the public the cause of good govern government government government ¬
ment the freedom of the individual the equal rights rightsof
of all allthese these demand a 1 defeat of the socalled Amer American Amerlenn AmerIcon ¬
Icon ticket And the splendid campaign that is mak making makIng making ¬
ing by the Republicans is gratifying to all good goodcitizens goodcitizens goodcitizens
citizens
eo
SHALL SHEETS BE VINDICATED VINDICATEDGeorge VINDICATEDGPOrge VINDICATEDGeorge
George Sheets is actual head of the police depart department department department ¬
ment of Salt Lake Sum Barlow Is wearing the cap of ofchief ofchler ofchief
chief and drawing at least a part of the pay But ButSam ButSam ButSam
Sam was named for the sole purpose of populating the thered thered thered
red light district and until Bransford shall be elected electedagain electedagain electedagain
again the nominal chief is In a condition of Innocuous Innocuousdesuetude Innocuousde Innocuousdesuetude
desuetude desuetudeGeorge de desuetudeGeorge uetude uetudeGeorge
George Sheets does not express the average char character character character ¬
acter of the American party membership He was wasactual wasactual wasactual
actual chief at the time of the McWhirter Mc lrter robbery robberyThe
The MoWhirters had ten thousand dollars in cash cashand cashand cashand
and a bunko gang that was as being protected by the thechief thechief thechief
chief and that was paying for protection stole the themoney themone themoney
money mone One of them pretended to be a policeman and andbrought andbrought andbrought
brought the victim to police headquarters There in inthe inthe inthe
the presence of the chief the bogus officer stood wear wearing wearing wearing ¬
ing a police badge and never was arrested by Sheets SheetsThere SheetsThere SheetsThere
There Sheets got a thousand dollars from the thieves thievesgave thievesgave thievesgave
gave it to McWhirter and hurried him out of the city cityThe eltyThe cityThe
The Tribune defended Sheets and does so yet It Itcalled Itcalled Itcalled
called the victim of that robbery a sucker from Scot Scotland ScotJand Scotland ¬
land and had the hardihood to claim that the set settlement settlement settlement ¬
tlement made by the chief was regular and right rightThe rightThe rightThe
The best friends of the American party In the thelight tholight thelight
light of ot the evidence in that case ctl admitted that thatSheets thatSheets thatSheets
Sheets was either a fool or a knave People who whoknow whoknow whoknow
know him at all admit that Sheets is no fool There Thereis
is only one conclusion And by that judgment George GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheets
Sheets never should be vindicated vindicatedBut
But there Is absolute unity of purpose In the present pres present present ¬
ent campaign of Bransford Sheets and Mulvey Mulveyvote A Avote 1 1vote
vote for one is a vote for all And Bransford can by byno byno byno
no means claim consideration withheld from the other othertwo othertwo othertwo
two He will have to carry them
o
SENATOR SHAW OF IOWA IOWAWe IOWAVe IOWAWe
We note with surprise not unmixed with alarm alarmthat alarmthat alarmthat
that former Senator Kearns has Increased the number numberof
of United States senators sena tors allotted to one of the states statesof
of the American Union It Is perfectly well known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that both Dolllver and Cummins draw pay for being beingUnited beingUnited beingUnited
United States senators from Iowa but Mr Kearns In Inhis inhis Inhis
his newspaper editorial of Monday commissions an another anothera anothera ¬
other othera a man named Shaw The innovation of three
senators from one state will be watched with some someinterest someinterest someinterest
interestUnder interest interestUnder interestUnder
Under the constitution only two senators may mayserve mayserve
serve from any anyone one state Mr Kearns however rises risesabove risesabove risesabove
above such commonplaces as the constitution and andmakes andmakes andmakes
makes a senator of a man whom the people of Iowa Iowahave Iowahave Iowahave
have never yet elected to that office and who has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet yetso so far as the rest of the world Is concerned concernedbeen concernedbeen concernedbeen
been seen on the floor of the senate senateWe eenateWe senateWe
We think the former secretary and now Senator SenatorShaw SenatorShaw SenatorShaw
Shaw referred to by Mr Kearns is the Albert Shaw Shawwho Shawwho Shawwho
who was long and honorably known as secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the treasury He very likely will make a good sen senator senator senator ¬
ator We are pleased at his promotion and shall shallwatch shallwatch shallwatch
watch the experiment of three members of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senate from Iowa
THE RED FLAG IN EUROPE EUROPEThe
The needlessness of the sacrifice That is the phase phaseof
of the Ferrer case that will appeal to the world The Theman Theman Theman
man was a good representative of the best in Spain SpainHe
He was not a terrorist nor nora a hater of order He had hadgiven hadgiven hadgiven
given his life to the advancement of his people in ineducation Ineducation ineducation
education Probably no man in Spain was doing bet better better better ¬
ter or more effective work than he In teaching the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people the rudiments of knowledge knowledgethe the very thing thingwhich thingwhich thingwhich
which Spanish people most need In the illiterate illiteratenation illiteratenation illiteratenation
nation he was doing marvels of enlightenment enlightenmentThe
The rule of Spain Is a heavy hand on the common commonpeople commonpeople commonpeople
people They have not the freedom that is enjoyed enjoyedIn enjoy d dIn
In England or In Germany They are vastly more moreoppressed moreoppressed moreoppressed
oppressed than in any other land unless we except exceptRussia exceptRussia exceptRussia
Russia And they do not share the Russian passivity passivityand passlvltand
and indifference indifferenceFerrers IndifferenceFerrers indifferenceFerrers
Ferrers speeches along the lines of Industrial and andpolitical andpolitical andpolitical
political freedom do not read like the rabid utterances utterancesthat
that menace a worthy royalty ro alty They appeal to the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better qualities of his compatriots compatriotsSpain compatriotsSpaln compatriotsSpain
Spain is badly advised In a crown so weak it itwould itwould itwould
would have been the part of wisdom to placate oppo opposition opposItion opposition ¬
sition so s strongly > based in reason It would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been the part of discretion to recognize the element elementwhich elementwhich elementwhich
which could do so much for the strengthening of the theroyal theroyal theroyal
royal cause and for the betterment of the whole na nation nation natlon ¬
tion To send Ferrer to be shot with his back to a awall awall awall
wall was not only offensive to the whole cause of ofhuman ofhuman ofhuman
human liberty the world over It was something somethingclose
close to suicidal for the king and his party partyAnd partAnd partyAnd
And if it shall Involve the whole world In vengeful vengefuldemonstrations vengefuldemonstrations vengefuldemonstrations
demonstrations nothing will be clearer than that the theworld theworld theworld
world will have to Interfere for the enlightening and andsetting andsetting andsetting
setting right of the Incompetents who from the cap capital capital capital ¬
ital of Spain assail the peace and order of all civilization civiliza civilization clvllizatlon ¬
tion
WILLIAM INSCO BUCHANAN BUCHANANThe
The nation loses a valuable man in the death of ofWilliam ofWnllam 0fWilliam
William Insco Buchanan who was found dead in inLondon InIondon inLondon
London on Sunday Curiously enough the telegraph telegraphhas
has wrongly reported his name It is given as Wil William William VIllIam ¬
liam B and William E but men who knew him himfirst himfirst himfirst
first at the head of the agricultural department at the theWorlds theVorlds theWorlds
Worlds Columbian exposition at Chicago will best bestremember bestremember bestremember
remember him as Billy I Buchanan the second In Initial InItial initial ¬
itial never being forgotten forgottenMr
Mr Buchanan proved himself one of the biggest of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that company of American citizens developed at the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago fair faira a company which Included J F V VSkiff YSkiff VSkiff
Skiff and Moses P Handy and H N Higinbotham Higinbothamand
and John Root and David H Burnham Mr Buchan Buchanan ¬
an was one of the first to t see the value of increasing increasingtrade
trade with the countries eountries of Latin America and the theexhibits theexhibits theexhibits
exhibits in his department were tribute to the excel excellence excellence excellence ¬
lence of his administration And when the Chicago Chicagofair
fair closed he was sent into South America in a adiplomatic adiplomatic adiplomatic
diplomatic capacity and there th re advanced the great greatcause greatcause greatcause
cause for which the nation should always gratefully gratefullyremember gratefullyremember gratefullyremember
remember James G Blaine Blal e the leader of all move movement movement movement ¬
ment to a better trade relation with those peoples peoplesSince peoplesSince peoplesSince
Since that time he has been one of the republics republicsmost
most capable and trusted agents for the accomplish accomplishment ¬
ment of delicate missions in various countries He Heknew Heknew Heknew
knew many languages and was cordially beloved by bythe bythe bythe
the people of many countries He could have filled filledwith filledwith filledwith
with credit any diplomatic post to which his government govern government government ¬
ment might send him And he certainly was on the theway thewa theway
way wa to high diplomatic honors honorsMr honorsllr honorsMr
Mr Buchanan was born In Ohio in 1S53 18 3 and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been Identified with public affairs like the corn palace palacein
in Iowa before being intrusted with the big work at atChicago atChicago atChicago
Chicago In politics he had always been a Democrat DemocratHis DemocratHis
His death Is a loss not easily repaired
MR LEE ON POLITICAL DUTIES DUTIESThe
The young men who attended religious services at atthe atthe atthe
the Y M C A on Sunday should be benefited by the thetalk thetalk thetalk
talk of Mr O E Lee a prominent member of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake bar and a very high type of the American Americancitizen Americancitizen Americancitizen
citizen citizenIt
It was probably out of regard to the popular con condemnation condemnation condemnation ¬
demnation of politicians that Mr Lee was introduced introducedas
as a man out of politics and the speaker promptly promptlycorrected prompthcorrected promptlycorrected
corrected that unintentional blunder He declared declaredhimself declaredhimself declaredhimself
himself in politics and made it clear that it is the theduty theduty theduty
duty of every citizen to be in politics politicsNever politicsNever politicsNever
Never was a truer word spoken That is a bad badfashion badCashion badfashion
fashion which leads men to regard politics as un unclean unclean unclean ¬
clean and politicians as unworthy Politics Is no nomore nomore nomore
more and no less than the process of selfgovernment selfgovernmentIn
In an absolute monarchy there Is no need of politics politicsand as asand
and no place for politicians But in a land where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the people govern themselves every man should be bea bea bea
a politician if he wants his liberties protected And AndIn AndIn Andin
In Utah where all enjoy the rights of the franchise franchiseit
it is the duty dutyas as it is the privilege privilegeof of women to also alsointerest alsoInterest alsointerest
interest themselves themselvesWhen themselveSWhen themselvesWhen
When American citizens decline to take any part partin
in politics they can have no reason to complain of ofbad ofbad ofbad
bad officials of bad government When they the take an aninterest aninterest aninterest
interest in politics help select their delegates to con convention convention convention ¬
vention express themselves clearly and firmly on onpublic onpublic onpublic
public questions follow their work to the use of their theirpersonal theirpersonal theirpersonal
personal influence in instructing the voters and final finally finally finally ¬
ly in depositing their ballots ballotsthen then there will be good goodgovernment goodgovernment goodgovernment
government governmentAnd
And never until then
BETTER LEAVE HIM ALONE ALONEThe
The thanks of the world are ar due to Johnson the theprizefighter theprizefighter theprizefighter
prizefighter He is making it daily clearer that the thehighest thehighest thehighest
highest honors and the richest rewards of the prize prizering prizering prizering
ring are not for white men menAnd menAnd menAnd
And the friendly advice of all to Jeffries should be beto beto beto
to leave the black man alone aloneThat aloneThat aloneThat
That interview with Ketchel on Saturday makes It Itclear Itclear Itclear
clear that Johnson immensely overtops any possible possiblewhite possiblewhite possiblewhite
white competitor There was never a moment when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he could not have crushed Ketchel And Ketchel Is Isvery Isvery isvery
very much the best man that has gone against him himCompared himCompared himCompared
Compared with Tommy Burns he is clearly in a class classby classby classby
by himself himselfWhatever himselfVhatever himselfWhatever
Whatever Jeffries may have been when at his best bestIs
Is matter of pure speculation What he is now is isfairly Isfairly isfairly
fairly well known And In the light of that twelfth twelfthround twelCthround twelfthround
round on Saturday the best that can be hoped for In InJeffries InJeffries n nJeffries
Jeffries case is that he may ma see the wisdom of keep keeping keeping keepIng ¬
ing away from Johnson The negro is a fighting ma machine machine machine ¬
chine Hostility of crowds makes no impression on onhim onhim onhim
him Blows received find him only more aggressive aggressiveHe
He is far too strong far too clever far too wicked wickedin
in conflict to permit the hope that any white man manliving manliving manliving
living can take his championship away from him himLet himLet himLet
Let him keep It
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SILVER KING CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDMining CONSOLIDATEDllInlng CONSOLIDATEDMining
Mining Company of Utah Principal Principalplace Principalplace Principalplace
place of business Salt Lake City Utah UtahThere UtahThere UtahThere
There are delinquent on the following
described stock on account of assess assessment assessment assessment ¬
ment levied on the 1st day of Sep ¬
tember 1909 the several amounts set setopposite setopposite setopposite
opposite the names of the respective respectiveshareholders respectivesharehalders respectiveshareholders
shareholders as follows followsNo
No of No of ofName ofName ofName
Name Cert Shares Amt AmtJ
J T Hodson 644 100 1000 1000J
J T Hodson 645 6t 100 1000 1000J
J T T Hodson 646 100 1000 1000J
J T Hodson 647 100 1000 1000J
J T T Hodson G43 100 1000 1000And 1000And 1000And
And In accordance with law and the theorder theorder theorder
order of the board of directors made madeon
on the 4th day of October 1909 so somany somany somany
many shares of each parcel of such suchstock suchstock suchstock
stock as may be necessary will be sold soldat soldat soldat
at the office of the company Room
402 Atlas block Salt Lake City Utah Utahon
on the 30th day of October 1909 at atthe atthe atthe
the hour of 3 oclock p in to pay pa pathe
the delinquent assessment thereon to together together together ¬
gether with the coat of advertising and andexpenses andexpenses andexpenses
expenses of sale saleG
G W BROWNING Secretary
402 Atlas block Salt Lake City Utah
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FREE AUTO BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS TRAINS1M TRAIN9DELINQUENT
DELINQUENT NOTICE NOTICEFEDERAL NOTIOEFEDERAL NOTICEFEDERAL
FEDERAL ELY COPPER COMPANYLocation COMPANY COMPANYLocation COMPANYLoeatlon
Location of principal place of business businessSalt bu businessSalt lnes lnesSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotlce Notice There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are delinquent upon the following de described descrIbed described ¬
scribed stock on account of assessment assessmentNo ment mentNo
No 3 levied April 21 2 1 1909 the several severalamounts severalamounts veral veralamounts
amounts set opposite the names of the therespective therespective therespective
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part of 1999 I 1M IS Ul Ul98g 10
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part of 1990 610 6109S9 1230
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part of 1000 99 1290 l I Int
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And In accordance with law and an anorder anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made madeon
on the 23d day of April 1999 1 so many manyshares manyshares manyshares
shares of each parcel of such stock as asmay 118may
may be necessary will be sold at the theoffice theorrIee theoffice
office of the company 207 D F Walk Walker ¬
er building Salt Lake City Utah onthe on onthe onthe
the 1st day of July 1999 at 230 230oclock 230oclock 230oclock
oclock p m of said day to pay de delinquent delInqu Jelin ¬
linquent lInqu lin sent ent assessments as eHmenUJ thereon together toxatheiwith tOK8tbwith togetherwith
with the cost of advertising and ex expense expense expense ¬
pense of sale R W GNEKOW GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSeCNta17 GNE1COWSecretary
Secretary
207 01 D F Walker building Salt T Take TkeCity TakeCity aKe aKeCity
City Utah UtahFirst UtahFirst UtahFirst
First publication June 15 1909 1909By U 1909By 9 9By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe
the sale day of the stock of the Fed Federal FederalEl Federal ¬
eral eralEl Ely Copper company on account of ofdelinquency ofdelinquency ofdelinquency
delinquency on assessment No 3 is ishereby Isbere ishereby
hereby bere y continued until Thu Thursday redai me15th the the16th the16th
16th day of July 1909 at 2 3 H 9 clock oclockp 0 clockp
p m of said day at Room 207 D F FWalker FWalker FWalker
Walker building Salt Lake City Utah
R W GNEKOW Secretary
Second S cond publication fthe ° July 16 09 09By 0 0By
By Y order o of the board of directors directorsthe actors actorsthe
the sale of the stock of the Federal Federal111y Fads rat
Ely Copper company on account of delinquency de delinquency delinquency ¬
on assessment a88es ment No NO3
linquency 3 I Iherey g gheresy eheresy
heresy continued until Thursday the
30th day of September 1909 at
230 oclock p m of said day at Room
207 207D J D F Walker walker building Salt Lake LakeCity s
City Utah R W GNEKOW GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSooretary GNEKOWSecretary
Secretary
By order of the board of directors dlr tor8
the sale of the stock of the Federal FederalEly
Ely Copper company on account of
delinquency on assessment No NO3 3 Is Ishereby ishereby 8 8hereby
hereby continued until Saturday the the30th the30th the30th
30th day da of October 1909 at S 130 130oclock 29ooclock 30 30oclock
oclock p m of said ald day c1 y at Room Ro m
207 t UtahiWalkerf > F Walker bulkJInp G1EKOLake G1EKOLakeCity Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah R W GNBKOW GNBKOWSecretary GNBKOWSecretarr
Secretary
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