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L 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY OCT 201909 20 1909
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TR TRIOE Ct urr OCOern OCOerny cc r
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GETS ANOTHER REPORTER REPORTERWe
We note with pleasure pleat > ure that the Tribune has a new newreporter newreporter newreporter
reporter One L E Driskell who qualified for place placeon
on the Tribune staff by killing Special Officer Riley Rileyhas Rileyhas Rileyhas
has Joined the corps of contributors who won their theirhighest theirhighest theirhighest
highest fame with the Unitarian church storyMr story storyMr
Mr Driskell has a keen sense of the value of the thescoop thescoop thescoop
scoop and so when he goes out and kills a man manha manhe manho
ha preserves a noble reticence as Is the manner of ofgeniuses otgeniuses ofgeniuses
geniuses until such time as he is ready to print It In Inhis Inhis inhis
his own paper And then Reporter Driskell speaks speaksWe speaksWe speaksWe
We will have to say for Mr Driskell that he uses usesbetter usesbetter usesbetter
better language than that of the rest of the staff to towhich towhich towhich
which he has added himself His English Is decidedly decidedlyto
to be emulated by them And there is a graphic Im 1mpresslvaness Impresslvoness impresslveness
presslvaness In the manner In which he describes the thesecreting thesecreting thesecreting
secreting of his revolver In the waistband of his hispants hispants hispants
pants That Is rather fetching fetchingAlways fetchingAlways fetchingAlways
Always It Is the human Interest touch that goes goeshome goeshome goeshomethe
home homethe the he touch In which so many m many ny of the rest of us usare usare usare
are painfully and consciously deficient So that when whenReporter wbenReporter whenReporter
Reporter Driskell describes the wonderful Quickness Quicknessof
of his draw and the matchless accuracy of his aimhe aim aimhe aimhe
he has led directly up to the climax of poor Rileys Rileysfall
fall mortally wounded into the gutter It Is very verygraphically verygraphlcaUy verygraphically
graphically done doneAnd doneAnd doneAnd
And there Is the final touch of graciousness In Mr MrDrlskells MrDrlskeUs MrDrlskells
Drlskells amiable Insistence that he Is a murderer murderera murdererconvincing
a convincing quality In his description of the manner mannerIn mannerIn
In which he has persuaded George Sheets to accept accepthis accepthis
his story as as true a winning sweetness sweetn ss in his detail detailtouching detailtouching detailtouching
touching the third degree de ree to which he has subjected subjectedhimself subjectedhlmselfnnd subjectedhimselfanal
himself hlmselfnnd and a sweet reticence in neglecting to men mention mention mention ¬
tion the release that Is promised him as soon as the theelection tbeelection theelection
election is over overSo overSo overSo
So that one can only wonder If the Tribune will willdischarge wiUdischarge willdischarge
discharge Reporter Driskell if It should turn out that thathe thathe thathe
he doesnt plead guilty when arraigned and charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with the crime of Officer Rileys most untimely tak takng taking taking
ing ng off
THE CARTOON AND THE CAMPAIGNAlways CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNAlways CAMPAIGNAlways
Always and everywhere the cartoon has a good gooddeal gooddeal gooddeal
deal to do with the effectiveness of a campaign John JohnMcCutcheon JohnMcCutcheon Johnh
h McCutcheon has probably turned more votes with his hispencil hispenclJ hispencil
pencil In the Chicago Record and later in the Chi Chicago Chlago Chicage ¬
ago Tribune than any public speaker that ever everwent everwent everwent
went on a stump stumpAnd stumpAnd stumpAnd
And The HeraldRepublican is a little proud of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the work of Its own cartoons In the present campaign campaignIn
In this city Mr Bowman has great grasp of his sub subject subject subject ¬
ject a perfect understanding of the niceties that need needexpression needexpression needexpression
expression so they will be remembered And he has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the skill to put down on paper the salient points of ofthe orthe ofthe
the argument argumentThat
That Is a particularly successful effort of Tuesday Tuesdaymorning Tuesdaymorning Tuesdaymorning
morning Everyone recalls the fine old picture called calledThe calledThe calledThe
The Spirit of Seventysix The people back of the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present city partys candidates for office declare declaretheir declaretheir declaretheir
their cause is the thestlmo same sacred glorious and patriotic patrioticone
one that inspired the men who made the immortal immortaltrio
trio of the revolutionary day And the artist has hassuccessfully hassuccessfullY hassuccessfully
successfully expressed sanitys view of the bosses bossesclaim bossesclaim bossesclaim
claim claimAnd claimAnd claimAnd
And It is a great gr t trio that has been linked together togetherby
by the logic of the present situation John Brans Bransford Bransford Bransford
ford father of the stockade helper of the official con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor In every effort at graft backer of the boodlers boodlerswho boodlerswho boodlerswho
who order city fire engines without authority of the thecouncil thecouncil thecouncil
council adviser of ways and means to spend the themoney themoney themoney
money He Is Number One OneMartin OneMarUn OneMarUtt
Martin Mulvey declared by the Tribune his own ownparty ownparty ownparty
party organ to be a gambler the friend of crooks crooksthe crookstbe crooksthe
the promoter ot prizefights and the representative of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the underworld He Is Number Two TwoAnd TwoAnd TwoAnd
And George Sheets who when chief of police man managed manag managed ¬
aged ag d a settlement by which the thieves gave back backone backone backone
one thousand dollars of ten thousand stolen drove drovethe drovethe drovethe
the victims victimswhom whom the Tribune called suckers from fromScotland fromScotlandiut fromScotlandout
Scotland Scotlandiut out of town and never molested the rob robbers robbers robhers ¬
bers And George Is Number Three ThreeNice ThreeNice ThreeNice
Nice trio arent they to be asking for control of ofthe otthe ofthe
the city again againYou agaInYou againYou
You watch the cartoons for they are going to tomake tomake tomake
make even more clear the already perfectly evident evidenttruth evidenttrutb evidenttruth
truth that Mr Bransford and his friends should be bedefeated bedefeated bedefeated
defeated
DONT INSIST ON BEING BLIND BLINDLet
Let the good people of Salt Lake look the truth truthfairly truthfairlY truthfairly
fairly In the eye eyeThe eyeThe eyeThe
The men now in office and demanding another anotherlease anotherlease anotherlease
lease of power have spent more than a million dol dollars dollars dollars ¬
lars a year y ar for the past four years The Improve Improvement Improvement Improvement ¬
ment has not been paid for out of that four million milliondollars milliondollars milliondollars
dollars Improvements are paid for by the owners of ofproperty ofproperty ofproperty
property benefited by the work You understand understandthat
that The city doesnt d snt pay for the paving The city citydoesnt citydoesnt citydoesnt
doesnt even pay for the street Intersections but di divides dlIdes divides ¬
vides that expense up among the property owners in inthe Inthe inthe
the district to be Improved ImprovedNo
No That million a year has gone almost wholly whollyInto whollyInto whollyinto
Into the salary list and the basket of melons Pretty Prettybig Prettybig Prettybig
big graft isnt It ItPeople ItPeople itPeople
People who have paving done don know that It costs coatsalmost costsalmost costsalmost
almost double now what It did four years ears ago Jo And Andyet Andyet Andi
i yet four years ago the workmen receiving the wages wageswere wageswere wageswere
were citizens of the United States Now they are aregangs aregangs aregangs
gangs of Japanese JapanesePeople JapanesePeople JapanesePeople
People who have sidewalk done now know the thecity tbe1ty thecity
city charges them a dollar dolI a running foot and the thesame thesame thesame
same contractor will do the work at private contract contractfor
for sixtyfive s silty1Wecents cents a afoot foot Where do you think the theother theother theother
other tnlrtyfive cents go goIt goIt goIt
It cost a dollar and seventyfive cents a foot for forsewer fort
I sewer SOW l four years ago and now it costs two and a aquarter aquarter aquarter
quarter Why WhyGood Whyflood WhyGood
Good people there is no sound reason for these In Increased Increased increased ¬
creased charges except that a party that lives on onhate onhate onhate
hate is a mighty expensive luxury luxuryProfessional luxuryProfessional luxuryProfessional
Professional patriots you know cant afford to topose topose topose
pose for nothing They make a profit at sixtyfive sixtyfivecents sixtyfivecent1 sixtyfivecents
cents but they need the other thirtyfive and they theybelieve the thebellove theybelfove
believe If they can make you mad enough you you will willvote willv willvote
vote v te to let them have havelt haveltThl haveitThings It ItThings
Things Thl lgS like that tenthousanddollar ten donation to tothe tothe tothe
the c contractor for pumping out a west w t side sewer sewerthe sewerthe sewerthe
the water he himself had permitted to accumulate accumulatethere accumulatetherethose accumulatei
i there therethose those little departures from honesty are not to tobe tobe tobe
be commended And they will be repeated as certain certainas
as fate If f the good people of Salt Lake shall give the theprofessional theprofessl theI
I professional professl nal patriots another lease of power powerThey powerThey powerThey
They gave Pat Moran seventy thousand dollars In Incash 1ncash int
t cash for plastering a conduit which had It been construeted con constructed con25tructed ¬
structed accordingto to contract never would have haveseeded haveJ1ecded haves
s z seeded plastering or any other reinforcement And Andt
t
at that there isnt a aman man living or dead who dare daresay daresay daresay
say that the conduit has been plastered Mark that thatBe thatBc thatlBe
Be reasonable Dont insist on being blind Re Remember Remember Remember ¬
member they the are robbing you and every property propertyowner propertyowner propertyowner
owner In the city Remember there Is no need ne d of it itThe ItThe itThe
The Republicans are not going to stop public Im Improvement Improvement improvement ¬
provement The Republican party never was a a party partyof
of mossbacks never was a party of reaction It al always always always ¬
ways was for progress for Improvement for advance advancement advancement advancemont ¬
ment mentBut mentBut
montBut
But It will Insist on having a dollars worth of work workdone workdone ork orkdone
done for the dollar of public money that is expended expendedAnd
And the Republican party will insist on telling the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people Just what has been done with their money moneyThe moneyThe moneyThe
The Republican party will not stop improvement It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will only stop the graft
THAT HELPS SALT LAKE CITY CITYSay CITYSay CITYSay
Say a good word when you can canAbout canAbout canAbout
About a year ago Mr J J Daly who has big in interests Interests interests ¬
terests in this city and In Butte bought the ground groundat
at the corner of Fourth South and State streets and andthere andthere andthere
there erected a modestlooking hotel People paid paidno
no great attention to It and not until It was com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely ready for receiving business did Salt Lake Lakerealize Lakerealize Lakerealize
realize what a perfect gem of a place was expressed expressedin
in the Moxym hotel hotelThe 110telThe hotelThe
The public now knows It for a creditable establish establishment establishment establishment ¬
ment No place of public entertainment so admirably admirablyconstructed admirablyconstructed admirablyconstructed
constructed so perfectly equipped so beautiful in ints intsevery its itsevery Itsevery
every appointment can be viewed as anything less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than a genuine addition to the approved possessions possessionsof
of the city cityAnd cityAnd cityAnd
And later when another corner that at Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth FourthSouth
South and Main was bought and devoted to the uses usesof usesr usesof
of r a row of onestory buildings Mr Daly purchased purchasedthe
the property at a largely advanced price and de declared declared declared ¬
clared his intention to erect there a massive building buildingin
in perfect keeping with the splendid and Impressive Impressivesurroundings Impressivesurroundings Impressivesurroundings
surroundings of the district districtThat districtThat districtThat
That Is a service to the whole community It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would have been a misfortune to see erected diminu diminutive diminutive diminutive ¬
tive buildings on that property And It Is a thing thingfor thingfor thingfor
for which Salt Lake must thank t nnk Mr Ir Daly that hehas hehasmade he hhasmade has hasmade
made secure the presence there of a structure fit to tostand tostand tostand
stand with the Newhouse buildings with the Salis Salisbury Salisbury Salisbury ¬
bury building and the Judge building with the new newhotel newhotel newhotel
hotel to rise presently on the opposite corner and the therest therest therest
rest of the modern buildings of the neighborhood neighborhoodMr
Mr III Dalys work Is an expression of public spirit spiritan
an example of public service
WHAT A REPUBLICAN DEFEAT MEANS MEANSA
A year ago when the Republican ticket was so sotriumphantly sotriumphantly sotriumphantly
triumphantly elected one of the most sagacious of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city party when asked his explanation of his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends defeat promptly replied George Sheets We Wecouldnt Wecouldnt Wecouldnt
couldnt expect to win with a man of his bad record recordto
to apologize for and defend defendGeorge defendGeorge defendGeorge
George Sheets Is still on the shoulders of the city cityparty cityparty cityparty
party It Is perfectly understood why the leaders of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that party dare not throw him And yet he Is not notthe notthe notthe
the sort of man who should be sustained Here In Inbrief Inbrlet inbrief
brief Is one of the reasons why he and his backers backersshould backerssbould backersshould
should be made to feel the weight of the publics displeasure dis displeasure displeasure ¬
pleasure pleasureDIGEST pleasureDIGEST pleasureDIGEST
DIGEST OF GEORGE SHEETS CONNECTION CONNECTIONWITH CONNECTIONWITH CONNECTIONWITH
WITH THE MWHIRTER CASE CASEGeorge CASEGeorge CASEGeorge
George Sheets testified that he was chief of police policewhen policewhen policewhen
when McWhirter cam came Into his headquarters In company com company company ¬
pany with the bogus policeman who wore a police policeofficers polleeofficers policeofficers
officers badge McWhirter asked him If the man manwere manwere manwere
were an officer and Sheets said No The pretended pretendedpoliceman pretendedpoliceman pretendedpoliceman
policeman assisted by four others had robbed Mc McWhirter McWhlrter oIcVhlrter ¬
Whirter of ten thousand dollars In cash an hour be before b bfore before ¬
fore Sheets said he would try and get some of the themoney themoney themoney
money back again but did not arrest the bogus po policeman policemanwho ¬
I liceman Ucemanwho who was not afraid In the office of the chief chiefSheets chiefSheets chiefSheets
Sheets went Into the hall and returned with the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that he could get seven hundred and fifty fiftydollars fiftydollars fiftydollars
dollars McWhirter protested and the chief went out outagain outagain outagain
again and came back with a thousand dollars He Hegave Hegave Hegave
gave that to McWhirter and sent him out of town townThe townThe townThe
The thieves resumed their protected industry One of ofthem otthem ofthem
them Is now serving a sentence in the penitentiary penitentiaryfor
for his part in the transaction transactionGeorge transactionGeorge transactionGeorge
George Sheets Is today chief of detectives and the theactual theactual theactual
actual head of the police department of Salt Lake LakeMartin LakeMartin LakeMartin
Martin E Mulvey Is today toda a candidate for the thecouncil thecouncIl thecouncil
council from the Fifth municipal ward In 1903 he howas hewas hewas
was likewise a candidate for the same office from the thesame thesame thesame
same ward He was beaten then and here Is what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the Tribune said about him himSALT himI himSALT
I SALT LAKE TRIBUNE OCTOBER 30 1903EDITORIAL 1903 1903ED 1903EDITORIAL ED EDITORIAL ¬
ITORIAL ITORIALMartin ITORIALMartin ITORIALMartin
Martin E Mulvey is relying for election upon the thevote thevote thevote
vote which is distinctly classed as the vote of the un underworld undenvorld underworld ¬
derworld the votes of thieves prostitutes and the thelawless t thelawless e elawless
lawless classes generally without the support of ofthat otthat ofthat
that class his chances for election would not be worth worththe worththe worththe
the spending of a nickel upon Yet there is no lack lackof tackof lackof
of dirty coin in his campaign He has been a mem member member member ¬
ber of the council before and an he did the city no good goodHis goodHis goodHis
His candidacy now bodes no good to the city cityWe cityWe cityWe
We call upon all fair and decentminded citizens of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Fifth municipal ward to come forward In indig indignant Indignant indignant ¬
nant protest against the pretensions of this man and andbury andbury andbury
bury him so deep under their ballots on Tuesday next nextthat nextthatpoliticallyhe nextthatpoliticallyhe
that thatpoliticallyhe politically he will never be heard of again againThe againThe againThe
The Tribune Is now supporting Mulvey solely be because because because ¬
cause he Is a candidate of the Tribunes party bo bocause bocause because
cause he Is useful to the bosses o ot that party He Is Isprecisely Isprecisely isprecisely
precisely the same old Mulvey now that he was when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Tribune described him And if he should have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been defeated then he certainly ought not to be elect elected elected elected ¬
ed now nowAnd nowAnd nowAnd
And It is riot possible that the good people of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake want to vote their approval of the stockade stockadewhich stockadewhich stockadewhich
which is precisely what they would do If they elected electedJohn electedTohn electedJohn
John S Bransford Here Is Mr Bransfords own ownstatement ownstatement ownstatement
statement of his responsibility for the stockade No Noone Noone Noone
one charges him with more than he boastfully claims claimsfor
for himself himselfMAYOR blmselfMAYOR himselfMAYOR
MAYOR JOHN BRANSFORD IN SALT LAKE LAKEHERALD LAKEHERALD LAKEHERALD
HERALD DECEMBER EIGHTH 1908 1908With 1908With 1908With
With reference to the proposed new district the thehouses 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 MAYOR ¬
OR OF SALT LAKE CITY I propose to take these thesewomen thesewomen thesewomen
women from the business section of the city and put putthem putthem putthem
them in the new district districtI
I asked Mr Mulvey to find some person or com company company company ¬
pany that would consent to erect the buildings In the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district after the general plans and who would con consent consent consent ¬
sent to have the entire district under constant police policeregulation policeregulation policeregulation
regulation Mr Mulvey found some people who con considered considered considered ¬
sidered the matter but finally they decided not to toundertake toundertake toundertake
undertake the project projectThen projectThen projectThen
Then it was that we got Into communication with withthe withthe withthe
the Ogden people THEY AGREED TO MY TERMS TERMSand
and I told them if they did as I wished and followed followedout
out the directions I gave them my word that I would wouldsee
see to It that the women of the downtown district districtwere districtwere districtwere
were removed to the new location ACTING SOLE SOLELY SOLELY SOLELY ¬
LY ON MY ASSURANCE THAT THE REMOVAL REMOVALWOULD REMOVALWOULD REMOVALWOULD
WOULD BE MADE THESE PEOPLE INVESTED INVESTEDTHEIR INVESTEDTHt INVESTEDTHEIR
THEIR THt IR 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 newdistrict newdistrict
district will be made very soon soonAnd soonAnd soonAnd
And yet a Republican defeat on Nov 2 means me ns the theIndorsement theIndorsement theindorsement
Indorsement of Bransford Bransfordstockade stockade and all the In Indorsement Indorsement indorsement ¬
dorsement of o Mulvey Mulveyunderworld underworld and all the In Indorsement Indorsement indorsement ¬
dorsement of George Sheets Sheetsrecord record and all allSalt allSalt allSalt
Salt Lake Lakots Is not likely to so declare Itself
CHANCE TO SHOW APPRECIATION APPRECIATIONOur
Our western people are generally quick to show showtheir shoWtheir showtheir
their appreciation of service And there is a chance chanceIn
In the Pacific Monthly for October That paper papericar papericarrles = car carries carries ¬
ries three articles that must be highly prized by all allresidents altresidents allresidents
residents of the western country They are areGetting areOettlng areGetting
Getting a Piece of Land In the West by one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the editors editorsDncle editorsUncle editorsUncle
Uncle Sam Real Estate Agent by C J Blanch Blanchard
ard U S R S and andArtesian andArtesian andWaters
Artesian Waters In n the West Vest by N H Darton DartonU DartonAU
U S G S SAll SAU
AU are capitally illustrated and each tells t 1I11 In Inl its itsown its itsown l lown
own way not only the wonders wo ers of resources In what
has been called the arid country and thewilderness thewildernessgenerally the thewl wilderness wildernessgenerally derness dernessgenerally
generally but the best means of getting the values valuesout valuesout valuesout
out of those conditions conditionsThe
The magazine is a particularly good goodcone one for moun mountain mountain mountain ¬
tain people to have It Is one of peculiar value to tothem tothem tothem
them It deals with their own problems And It Is Isone Isone isone
one of the first farwest magazines that have been beenmanaged becnmanaged beenmanaged
managed so capably as to make a living
THEY NEVER DID LIKE CROW CROWPeople CROWPeople CROWPeople
People who still are so misguided as to read the theTribune tbeTrlbuncshrug theTribune
Tribune Trlbuncshrug shrug their shoulders sh ulders a little when wben1hey they ob observe observe observe ¬
serve that papers silence as to John Bransford They Theyknow Theyknowwhy Theyknow
know knowwhy why the silence comes They Th y know knowhow how bit bitterly bitterly bitterly ¬
terly the Tribune crowd hatesJohn hates John Bransford how howthey howthey howthey
they have walloped him in the past when he has been beenoff beenot beenoff
off the reservation And if they dared they would wouldrevolt wouldrevolt wouldrevolt
revolt at the dish of crow expressed in his candidacy candidacyand
and never give him a pleasant smile smileBut smileBut smileBut
But they are In a very hard place They have all allalong aUalong allalong
along declared Johns stockade record Is against him himThe himThe himThe
The leaders le ders of the party condole with John by tell telling tellIng telling ¬
ing him he has It coming to him himhaving having reference to tothe tothe tothe
the publication of his own declaration on the stockade stockadequestion stocltadequestion stockadequestion
question questionVery questionVery questionVery
Very very bitter is the support of John Bransford Bransfordto
to the whole Tribune outfit outfitowners owners and hirelings hirelingsBut
But they have to take It They are compelled to accept ac accept accept ¬
cept the unsavory dish They must declare they like likeIt likeIt likeIt
It They dare not declare themselves in the open as asthey asthey asthey
they do In privacy privacywhere where they are telling every night nightwhat nightwhat nightwhat
what a mutt John Bransford Is was and always alwayswill
will be That Is the way they describe their candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date dateThey
They never did like crow But they are getting gettinga
a supply of it in the candidacy of that man which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will upset their political stomachs for the next two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years
JUST OPEN YOUR EYES EYESLet EYESIJet EYESLet
Let the fairminded Salt Lake man simply open openhis openhis openhis
his eyes and look at that wooden stave matter in the thewest thewest thewest
west side The original contract was for sixteen thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand dollars If the work had been done exactly ac according acc9rding according ¬
cording to contract the price would have been big bigenough bigenoughand bigenoughand
enough enoughand and would have provided a melon of respecta respectable ¬
ble size for the cutting of ortbe the crowd crowdBut crowdBut crowdBut
But the attempt to give Pat Moran twenty thou thousand tbousand thousand ¬
sand dollars to repair that pipe even before it was wasfinished wasfinishedIs wasfinishedis
finished finishedIs Is one of the things that cannot be explained explainedto
to the taxpayer taxpayerIt I l
It will be observed that Mr Ir Bransford has done doneeverything doneeverything doneeverything
everything In his power to give Moran the money moneyMoran moneyMoran moneyMoran
Moran was far too valuable to Bransford In the pre preconventlon preconvention preconvention
convention campaign to be Ignored now And his per perfectly perfectly perfectly ¬
fectly Impossible bill has been railroaded Just as far faras faras faras
as Bransford and the bosses of the American party partycan
can send It ItOwing ItOwing itOwing i I
Owing to the stern objection of Mr Murdoch seconded sec seconded seconded ¬
onded by a few of his fellow councilmen the claim claimhas claimhas claimhas
has been held up And It is possible through the thedisclosures thedisclosures thedisclosures
disclosures Mr Murdoch has compelled that a little littlemoney Uttlcmoney littlemoney
money may be lopped off the repair price priceThat priceThat priceThat i
That will leave a little less graft than has been beenplanned beenplanned beenplanned I
planned on by the machine But it will be rich richenough richenougb richenough
enough in all conscience consciencefor for a work that was to have havecost havecost havecost
cost sixteen thousand dollars Is going to cost thirty thirtythousand thirtythousand thirtythousand
thousand at the very least leastOpen leastOpen leastOpen
Open your eyes citizens and take warning The Thegang Thegang Thegang
gang is fattening on the graft it grabs from the thepockets thepockets thepockets
pockets of the people
S
WHAT EZRA THOMPSON PROVED PROVEDWhen PROVEDWhen PROVEDWhen
When Ezra Thompson was mayor of the city he heinsisted beInsisted heinsisted
insisted on being mayor He recognized the fact that thatno thatn thatno
no n man can always have his way and made such suchconcessions suchconcessions suchconcessions
concessions as he had to in order to keep peace in the theparty theparty theparty
party partyBut partyBut partyBut
But he came to the place where he was commanded commandedto
to abjectly obey the dictates of the gang and he posi positively positively positively ¬
tively refused In the fight that followed It was made madeclear madeclear madeclear
clear that If he did not do as the gang demanded the thegang thegang thegang
gang would ould defeat his every move for the good of ofthe otthe ofthe
the city They were willing to scuttle the ship In or order order order ¬ I
der to coerce the captain captainEzra captainEzra captainEzra
Ezra Thompson resigned the office of mayor of ofSalt ofSaIt ofSalt
I
Salt Lake simply because he could not do his duty dutyThe dutyThe dutyThe
The gang was too strong for him They drove him himout bl1nout himout
out of office And In doing so they proved that no noelected noelected noelected
elected or appointed official in the city of Salt Lake Is Isresponsible isresponsible isresponsible
responsible to the people but that every officer is re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible to the gang gangThat gangThat gangThat
That Is what Ezra Thompson proved And unless unlessthe unlessthe unlessthe
the people of this city like the gang to control the thevote thevote thevote
vote on Nov 2 will be against the candidate of the thegang thegang thegang
gang John S Branford and the rest of his ticket
THE POLICEMEN WERE TOO BUSY BUSYMonday BUSYMonday BUSYMonday
Monday forenoon between 10 and 11 oclock at the thecorner thecomer thecorner
corner of Main and Second South streets two men menengaged menengaged menengaged
engaged in a fist fight that lasted just ten minutes minutesIt
It was one of the bitterest bloodiest fights that can canbe canbe canbe
be imagined The pavement Is still stained with the theblood theblood theblood
blood they shed In their savage struggle struggleAnd struggleAnd struggleAnd
And not a policeman came cameThe camel camelThe cameThe
The policemen are far too busy working for the thevindication thevindication thevindication
vindication of George Sheets to waste any time pre preserving preserving preserving ¬
serving the peace on the citys most public corner cornerThey comerThey cornerThey
They are far too busy taking care of the political politicalInterests polUcalInterests politicalinterests
Interests of the gang that controls the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party They cant be troubled to stop public fighting fightingon
on the street streetThat streetThat streetThat
That little battle at the beginning of the week Is IsJust Isjust isjust
Just one more evidence of the need of a change In Incity Incity incity
city governmenta a restoration of the people to their theirown tbeirown theirown
own
NOW FOR THE STORMY DAYS DAYSYou DAYSYou DAYSYou
You may pound wood any time you want to The Thepretty Thepretty Thepretty
pretty weather has probably fled But no one can canever caneyer canever
ever take from the people of Salt Lake the boundless boundlessJoy
Joy and the matchless beauty of the fair days that thathave thathave thathave
have been here this autumn autumnWas autumnWas autumnWas
Was there ever anywhere such dawns such noons noonssuch noonssuch noonssuch
such sunsets and such nights Week after week the themild themild themild
mild sunshine has pervaded the mountain region The Thegentlest Thegentlest Thegentlest
gentlest of winds have wafted perfume across the thevalleys tbevalleys thevalleys
valleys The glory of color published the opulence opulenceof
of Utahs autumn season And In a time when we weread weread weread
read of snow and sleet and rain and tornadoes in inother Inother inother
other parts of the country there was simply ideal idealweather Idealweather idealweather
weather at Salt Lake LakeDark LakeDark LakeDark
Dark days may come comeand and welcome But how however however however ¬
ever wild and angry they may be they cannot take takefrom takefrom takerom
from rom us what we have had hadthe the most perfect weather weatherIn
In all the range of earths October
What the people want to know is Where does themoney the themoney thomoney
money go And that they never can find out till the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present city party Is thrown out and the books are areopened areopened areopened
opened
The general manager and the managing editor of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Tribune T bune vouch for the genuineness of the Dris Driskell Drlsken Driskell ¬
kell confession Now will Mr Driskell return the thecompliment theompllment thecompliment
compliment and vouch for them And AndC if not will willanyone willanyone willanyone
anyone else
Come come Mr Tribune Speak up and say saysomething saysomething saysomething
something for John Bransford
The question before the house Is Is Martin Muvey Mul Mulvey MUlvey ¬
vey better or is the Tribune worse than In 1903
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DELINQUENT NOTICE NOTICEFEDERAL NOTICEFEDERAL NOTICEFEDERAL
FEDERAL ELY COPPER COMPANY COMPANYLocation COMPANYLocation COMPANYLocation
Location of principal place of business businessSalt businessSalt businessSalt
Salt Lake City ity Utah UtahNotlce Notice There Tnereare Thereare mereare
are delinquent upon the following de described described described ¬
scribed stock on account of assessment assessmentNo assesmentNo3
No No3 3 levied April 23 1909 the several severalamounts severalamounts severalamounts
amounts set opposite the names of the therespective therespective therespective
respective shareholders as follows followsCert followsCerl followsCert
Cert CertNo CerlNo CertNo
No Name Shares Amt
31 W V A Lee 1000 2000
32 3 = W A Lee 1000 2000
33 W A Lee 1000 2000
63 V S Ayres 100 200 200fi9
59 Gordon Grant part partof partof
of 100 10 20 206z
62 Fred Dern zoo 600 00
90 C L Whitney Whitney 100 200 00
91 C L 4 Vhitney 100 200
92 C L Whitney 100 200 00
93 C L Whitney 100 200 00
94 C CL L Whitney 100 200 00
138 E M r West Co Copart Copart Capart
part of 60 5 10 10Whitney
332 Jas A Pollock PollockCf PollockCopart
Cf Copart part of 600 305 610
412 Owen Greenan 7000 14000
461 H H Walker 50 100
462 J R Walker 60 100
639 39 Robert Peterson Petersonpart Petersonpart Petersonpart
part of 100 15 30
641 E C Hard part of
20 55 110
610 C S Hoag Hoag 100 200
615 Abfcrt Ab A bert rt Fuge 500 1000
654 Sleets Neel 100 200 = 00
673 S H Knapp 500 1000
731 17 1 A Lee 5000 10000
748 leo T Badger 10000 20000
842 iee ee Glockner 500 1000
890 ilargaret E Malone 200 400
896 b M West 500 1000 10008SZ
8SZ 89 C Cope 10000 20000
900 A D Smith 10000 20000
910 Mrs Anna Polhemus Polhe Polhemus Polhemus
mus part of 600 325 650
913 Natalie Townsend Townsendpart Townsendpart Townsendpart
part of 200 85 170
942 John T Hodson Hodson 1000 2000 2000U5
945 C H HPost Post part of
600 310 620
957 S H Knapp Kna p 500 1000 1000S 1000y72
y72 S > 72 John T Hodson Hodson 1000 2000
975 Mrs Sarah Good GoodTVin Goodwin Goodwin
win 100 200
987 Robert Pringle Prlnglepart Pringlepart Pringlepart
part of 1000 605 1210
988 Robert Pringlepart Pringle Pringlepart Pringlepart
part of 1000 610 1220
989 Robert Pringle Pringlepart PringleJjfirt Pingpart
part Of 1000 600 1200
990 Robert Pringle Pringlepart Pringlepart Pringlepart
part of 1000 600 1200
1003 Charles Hawkinspart Hawkins Hawkinspart Hawkinspart
part of 100 26 50
1005 E C T Tisk sk 100 200 2001008T
1008 1008T J Bourard jr jrpart jrpart jrpart
part of 500 305 > 610
1009 A L Inglesby In lesby 200 400
1011 John Koloturos Koloturos 500 in 1000 00
1017 Blnford Hulse 100 200
1018 Binford Bin ford Hulse 100 200
1075 G T Sharp part of
GQ 100 25 60
1125 G S Hoasr Hoag 100 200 00
1194 E G Skllrls 350 700
1283 Tony Corak 100 200
1304 G S Hoafe Hoa 25 50
1306 J H Nlchois s 500 1000
1321 S H Knapp 10000 20000
1333 S H Knapp 5000 10000 10000And 10000And 10000And
And in accordance with law and an anorder anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made madeon madon madeon
on the 23d day of April 1909 so many manyshares manyshares manyshares
shares of each c1t parcel of such stock as asmay asmay asmap
may be necessary will be sold at the theoffice theoftltEI theoffice
office of the company 207 07 U F Walk Walker ¬
er building Salt Lake City CIt Utah on onJuly ontM onthe
the m moclock cay or July 1909 at 230
oclock p m of saidday 8 said ld l1a day to pay de
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Unguent assessments thereon together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with the cost of advertising and ex expense expense expense ¬
pense of sale R W V GNEKOW GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSecretary
Secretary
207 D F Walker building Salt T lake IoAkeCity lakeCity akeCity
City Utah UtahFirst UtahFirst UtahFirst
First publication June 15 1909 1909By 1909By 1909By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe
the sale day of the stock of the Fed Federal Federal Federal ¬
eral Ely Copper company on account of ofdelinquency otdelinquency ofdelinquency
delinquency on assessment No 3 Is lahereby Ishereby ishereby
hereby continued until Thursday the Ul Ul15th the16th tha15th
15th day of July 1909 at 230 oclock oclockp
p m of said day at Room 207 07 D F FWalker FWalker FWalker
Walker building Salt Lake City Utah UtahR
R W GNEKOW Secretary SecretarySecond SecretarySecond SecretarySecond
Second publication July 16 1609 1609By 09 09By 09By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe directorthe
the sale of the stock of the Federal FederalEly FederalEly FederalEly
Ely Copper company on account of de delinquency delinquency delinquency ¬
linquency on assessment No No3 3 Is lahereby Ishereby ishereby
hereby continued until Thursday the the30th the30th the30th
30th day of September 1909 at
230 oclock oclock p m of said day at Room
207 D F Walker building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah R W GNEKOW GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSecretary
Secretary SecretaryBy
By order of the board of directors directorsthe
the ale of the stock of the Federal FederalEly FederalEly l lEly
Ely Copper company on account of ofdelinquency ofdelinquency ofdelinquency
delinquency on assessment No No3 3 is ishereby 15hereby Ishereby
hereby continued until Saturday S the the30th the30th the30th
30th day of October 1909 at 220 220oclock 2Z0oclock 230oclock
oclock p m of said day at Room
207 D F Walker building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah U W GNEKOW GNEKOWSecretary GNEKOWSecretary ONEKOWSecretary
Secretary SecretaryDelinquent SecretaryDelinquent SecretaryDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeINDIAN NoticeINDIAN NoticeINDIAN
INDIAN PETE MINING MILLING MILLINGcompany MILLINGcompany MILLINGcompany
company Location of principal place placeof
of business residence of R M Peter Petersen Peteisen Petersen
sen Mill Creek Utah UtahNotice UtahNotlceThert UtahNoticeThere
Notice NotlceThert There > are delinquent upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the following described stock on ac account a1count account ¬
count of assessment No No4 4 levied onthe cm cmthe emthe
the 4th day of Sept S pt A D 1909 the Bey Beyera several seyeral
era eral amounts set opposite the names of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the respective shareholders as follows followsto
to Wit WitNames skitNames It ItNames
Names No Shares Amount AmountAlfred AmountAlfred AmountAlfred
Alfred Anderson 250 621 62tAndrew 621Andrew 62 62Andrew
Andrew Chrlstensen2289 ChrIstensen 2289 572 572Dr 672Dr 71 71Dr
Dr Chas Stewart Stewart1000 1000 250 250A
A P Davidson Davidson1000 1006 250 250Joseph 250Joseph 50 50Joseph
Joseph Fairborn Falrborn1260 1250 31 31j 31jH 31H 1 1H
H P Faulkerson Faulkersan2000 2000 500 500Joseph 500Joseph 500Joseph
Joseph M Green 200 50 50A 50A 50A
A W V Jensen 500 125 125T 1 25 25T
T H Lemons 100 25 25C 25C 25C
C B Stewart 5000 1250 1250R 12 M Mn
R M ML L Petersen 12582 31451 31451J 3145J
J A Cooms 2000 5 GOD GODGeo 500Geo 00 00Geo
Geo W Walker 500 125 125And 125And 126And
And in accordance with law and an anorder anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made madeon
on the 4th th day of September A D
1909 so many shares of each parcel of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such stock as may be necessary will be fceBold beBold besold
Bold at the residence of R M Peterson PetersonMill Petersn1I1lI
Mill Creek Utah on the 18th day of ofOctober ofOctober ofOctober
October A D 1909 at the hour of ot 5 5p 5p 6p
p m to pay the delinquent assess assessment assessment assessment ¬
ment together with the costs of ad advertising advertising d dvertIslng ¬
vertising and expense of sale saleFANNY sateFANNY saleFANNY
FANNY FANNYresidence C ALLEN Secretary SecretaryLocation SecretaryLocation Secretary
Location of residence Mill Crook CreekUtah CretUtah CrookUtah
UtahThe Utah UtahThe UtahThe
The date of the delinquent sale as aaset asset asset
set forth in the foregoing notice has liasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been extended to the 29th day of O2t
1909 by order of the board of directors ulreotjrsmade dlreotf1Smade directorsmade
made on the 9th day of Oct 1909 duly dulyand dutyand dulyand
and legally entered on the records
the corporation according to law lawFANNY lawFANNY lawFANNY
FANNY C ALLEN Secretary Secretaryl
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Notice to Water Users UsersState UsersState UsersState
State Engineers Office Salt Lake City
Utah September 30 1909 1909Notice 1009Notice 1900Notice
Notice IB I hereby given that the Emigra Emigration Emigration ¬
tion Canyon Improvement company com by
its vice president Jacob F Gates Gat wosepostoffice whose whosepostoffice wnol < 8 8postoftice
postoffice address s is Salt Lake Cit CitUtah City >
Utah has made application in accordance accordancewith aceonlaDcwith
with the requirements of the Compiled CompiledLaws CompUedLaws CompliedLaws
Laws of ttah 1907 as amended by the theSession theS theSession
Session S SIlon Laws of Utah 1909 to appropriate appropriateone
one 1 cubic foot per second of watt watTfrom waterfrom r rfrom
from Little Mountain Creek Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty q
county Utah Said water will be dl diverted dlverted dlverted ¬
verted at a point which bean north so sodegrees 50degrees 0 0degrees
degrees IS minutes east GOO feet distant distantfrom dilitantfrom distantfrom
from the southwest corner of the north northeast northeast northeast ¬
east quarter of section 3S township 1 1north 1north 1north
north range 2 east Salt Lake bam b e andmeridian and andmeridian andmeridian
meridian from where it will be b conveyed conveyedby
by means of an earthen ditch for a dis distanee At Attance 4iltance
tance of 2100 i00 feet and there us used d fromApril from fromApril tromApril
April 1 to September 1C inclusive of each eachyear eadlyear eachyear
year to irrigate 100 acres of land em embraced embraced etabraced
braced In section 33 township 1 north nortirange JlGnlorange northrange
range 2 east Salt at Lake base and merid meridian meridian tnerkIan ¬
ian As much of said water aa may tie tienecessary I Inecessary lienecessary
necessary will be used from January 1 to toDecember toDecember toDecember
December 31 inclusive of each year for fordomestic fordomestic fordomestic
domestic purposes This Rngineers application Ration is isdesignated isdeslgnattd isdesignated
designated in the State Bnglneers s office officeas
as No 2588All 2588 2388All 2588All
All protests against the granting of said aaldapplication I18ldapplication saidapplication
application stating the reason rea ons therefor thereformust theretormust thereformust
must be made by affidavit in duplicate duplicateand
and filed in this office within thirty tfn tfndays WI WIdays Wedays
days after the completion of the publi publication pubUcation publication ¬
cation of this notice
noticeCALEB CALEB CAL Mate B TANMBR TANMBRState TANHBRState
State Engineer EngineerDate B liagineerDate glneer glneerDate
Date of first publication October tober 13 13190V 1319Ct
190V date of completion of publication publicationNovember publleatlonSovember publicationNovember
November 12 190 190Delinquent 1900Delinquent 1909Delinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeSILVER NoticeSILVER NoticeSILVER
SILVER KING CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDMining
Mining Company of Utah Principal Principalplace Principalplace Principalplace
place of business Salt Lake City Utah UtaliThere UtalThere UtahThere
There are delinquent deUnqu nt on the following fe f ewlng
described stock on account of assess assessment ass8lsment assessment ¬
ment levied l vled on the 1st say of Sep ¬
tember 1909 the several amounts set setopposite I setopposite t topposite
opposite the names of the respectiveshareholders respective respeetlvGshareholders
shareholders as follows followsNo
No of No ofName of ofName ofName
Name Cert Shares Amt
J T T Hodson 644 1 118 1000 1000J
J T Hodson 641 100 J800 J800J
J T Hodson 646 100 1000 1000J
J T Hodson 647 100 10 10 10J 00 00J
J T Hodson 648 100 1000 IeooAnd 1000And 1800And
And In accordance with law and ud the theorder theorder theorder
order of the board of directors made madeon
on the 4th day of October 1909 8o 8omany 60many somany
many shares of each parcel of 0 such suchstock ouchstock uchstock
stock as may be necessary will be sold soldat lIoldat soldat
at the office of the company Room
402 Atlas block Salt Salt Lake City ctt7Utah ctt7Utahon Utah Utahon
on the 30th day Hof of 0 October 1909 ate at atthe atthe
the th e ethe hour of 3 oclock p m to pay
the delinquent assessment ass s ment thereon together to together together ¬
gether with the cost cf advertising and andexpenses andexpensell andexpenses
expenses of sale saleG
G W BROWNING Secretary
40 01 Atlas block Salt Lake City Utah UtahJ UtahJ UtahJ UtahThe
J P GARDNER GARDNERThe
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