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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY OCT 21 1909
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THEY CONVINCED NO ONE ONEEvery ONEEvery ONEvery
Every very incident in connection with that pretended pretendedconfession pretendedconfession pretendedconfession
confession of f DrIskell alleged alleg murderer of Officer OfficerRlley OfficerRiley OfficerRiley
Riley stamps the police department the th Tribune and andthe andthe andthe
the American party management with suspicion suspicionThere zuspIc1onThere usplclonThere
There Is not a vestige of good faith in the whole wholetransaction wholetransaction wholetransactIon
transaction transactionLook transactionLook transactIonLook
Look at the matter fairly and soberly soberlyHere soberlHere soberlyHere
Here is a police department lamentably incapable incapableThieves IncapableThieves incapableThieves
Thieves and gamblers have made commerce with the thechief thechlet thethief
chief ot of detectives the real head of the department departmentGeorge departmentGcorge departmentGeorge
George Sheets so long that they have no fear Their Theircomrades Theircomrades Theircomrades
comrades in crime have no respect for the force The Thewhole Thewhole Thewhole
whole community knows of robberies and murtleroua murtlerouaassaults mmderousassaults muderousassaults
assaults without number of total Inability to check checkthe checkthe checkthe
the wave of crime which prevails The police force forcemust torcemust forcemust
must do something to regain the public confidence confidenceAn
An election is coming on It Itwlll will not do to permit permitthe
the murder of Riley to remain a mystery mysterySo
I So a man Is arrested and by some arrangement arrangementhidden arrangementhidden arrangementhidden
hidden from the fair light of day He is Induced to toconfess toconfess toconfess
confess the shooting of Riley Or at least the police policechief pollcechlet p011CCchief
chief says sa he confessed confessedBut
But note that confession It is isafter after days of the Ihemurderous themurderous themurderous
murderous criminal methods knoWn as as the third thirddegree thirddegree thirddegree
degree It is in the presence of the general manager managerand managerand managerand
and the managing editor of the Tribune Trlbuneorgan organ of the theparty Uteparty ther
r party that Is suffering from the ineffective police policemethods poUcemethods policemethods
methods No lawyer is permitted to see the prisoner prisonerEvery prisonerEvery prisonerEvery
Every right to which humanity is entitled In America Americais
is denied him And the claims of the public for fair fairtreatment fairtreatment fairtreatment
treatment are repudiated utterly utterlyNothing utterlyNothIng utterlyNothing
Nothing is clearer They needed a scapegoat be ¬
cause the bad condition of the police force had be become become become ¬
come vastly harmful to the cause of the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party The paper that is charged with the manage management management manageinent ¬
ment of the party alone is permitted to hear the theconfession theconfesslon theconfession
confession and it alone Is the paper that is in interested Interested Interested ¬
terested In saving the face of the police force forceThat torceThnt forceThat
That course doesnt convince anyone They would wouldbetter wouldbetter wouldbetter
better have told the truth They would better have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been frank and open o n with the public publlcThe publicThe publick
k The Tribune has proven itself woefully weak as asa asa asa
a newspaper The men who manage it from day to today today today
day have so robbed their employer with incompetent incompetentservice Incompetentservice Incompetentservice
service and amateur efforts that their grade is per perfectly perfectly perI ¬
I fectly recognized And no one in all Salt Lake will willthink wUlthink willthink
think better of the Tribune for this plainly prejudiced prejudicedattempt prejudicedattempt prejudicedattempt
attempt to redeem the reputation of the force the thefortunes thefortunes thefortunes
fortunes of the party and the ruined prestige of ofthe otthe ofthe
the paper
BUT UT TOM KEARNS DID SAY IT ITUf ITOf ITOf
Of course the denial of the Tribune is not to be betaken betaken betaken
taken seriously TOM KHARNS KEAIt S DID SAY THAT THATHE THATHE THATliE
HE WOULD BOND THE CITY FOR TWO MIL MILLION MILLIO MILLION ¬
LION LIO DOLLARS as soon aa a my party wins the theelection theeleetlon theelection
election electionHe
He has said it time and again It has been one oneof oneof oneof
of the things openly declared by him wherever he hehas hehas hehas
has talked of the purposes of his party partyHe partyHe partyHo
He hal ha reviled the suggestions of his friends friendsthe friendsthebettcr friendsthebetter the thebetter
better men in his own party partywho who have not approved approvedthe
the course of profligacy and extravagance followed followedty
ty the city authorities He has told them that the thegenerosity theseneroslty thegenerosity
generosity of the past would be exceeded in the future futureAnd futurend
And nd the Tribune should know that with its utterly utterlyworthless utterlyworthless utterlyworthless
worthless reputation for truth and veracity it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be believed in any denial
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NOT MUCH TO BOAST OF OFWe OFWe OFWe
We note that Mr Drlskoll lately added to the thaTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune staff has already taken to the writing of ofeditorials ofedlto ofedItoril
editorials edlto hlls And DriskoU makes a pretty good hand handat hancat
at it There is a wealth of creative cr attve genius in his hiswork hiswork hiswork
work which is vastly refreshing after reading the thesame tIJesaine theCaine
same old slush of the same old crew day after day dayDriskell dayDrhikeU dayDriskell
Driskell is a good deal of a game sport Not only onlydors onlydo onlyds
dors do s he bring tbe t tl e pollcu > into his cell and force them themto
to accept his statement that he killed Officer Riley Rileybut Rileybut Rileybut
but he writes an editorial next day complimenting complimentingthe
the force for getting the story out of him himThat himThat himThat
That shows a fine sense of humor His laudation laudationof
of Chief Sheets nearChief Barlow and other mem members membtrs rnembers ¬
bers of the force printed on the editorial page of the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune on Wednesday gives him ranH ratl with the theromnncists theromanclsts theromanoists
romnncists of tho age ageBut ageB1t ageBut
But we will have ave to challenge some portions o oDrlskella ot otDriskells ofDriskeU
Drlskella argument He calls the arrest of himself hirnselby himselfby
by the police a good piece of work Well let us see seeAccording seeAccording seeAccording
According to his own statement Driskell killed killedRiley kUledRiley killedRiley
Riley at nine oclock on the evening of October fifth fifthTen fifthTen fifthTen
Ten minutes before he had held up a man and robbed robbedhim robbed111m robbedhim
him of his overcoat overcoatthe the only thing of value the man mandared manared manUared
dared carry on the streets of Salt Lake Then he hewalked hewalked hewalked
walked around the block containing the police station stationthat stationthat stationthat
that being Ing the safest part of town for a robber and andtihot andshot am amshot
shot Riley at the back door of headquarters Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenha
he went to his hotel losing his hat on the way rested resteduntil resteduntil resteduntil
until eleven oclock at a night and took the train to toOgden toOgden toOgden
Ogden OgdenNow OgdenNow OgdenNow
Now If Editor Drlskells DriskeUsstory story were true cant he hesee hesee hesee
see that he reflects on the astuteness of the police policemen policemen policemen
men They should have caught a robber and mur murderer murderer murderer
derer in his hotel if they had been as good as he hesays hesa hesays
says sa s they are And they surely should have watched watchecthe watchedthe
the streets and alleys alleysfor for bareheaded strangers Also Alsothey Alsothey Alsothey
they should have kept tab on all outgoing trains trainsThat trainsThat trainsThat
That would be regarded a simple plan of preventing preventingthe
the escape of the murderer Mr Driskell ought ou ht to towrite towrite towrite
write another editorial explaining why George Sheets Sheetsdidnt Sheetsdldnt Sheetsdidnt
didnt catch him when wh n he openly took train for Ogden OgdenThen OgdenThen OgdenThen
Then Editor Driskell states that he remained a aday IIday aday
day in Ogden and returned to Salt Lake to get hi hisuit his hissuit hissuit
suit case which had been left here in his hotel The Thpolice Thepolice Thepolice
police found no ownerless suit case In any hotel hotewhile hotelwhile hotelwhile
while the murderer was gone They didnt catch th thmurderer the themurderer themurderer
murderer when he came back That should have havbeen havebeen havebeen
been explained by b Mr Editor Driskell He leaves leavehis leaveshis leaveshis
his task of capping up the police very full of blow blowholes tilowholes blowholes
holes in that respect respectBut respectBut respectBut
But there is more weakness in Editor Driskell Driskellstory DriskeUsstOry Driskeilsstory
story He says that when he got go his suit case h hwent he hewent hewent
went to the depot and purchased another ticket to toOgden toOgden toOgden
Ogden and went back to the capital of Weber No Noone Noone Noone
one stopped him as he h left Salt Lake the second time timeHe timeHe timeHe
He had done d ne everything everY thins possible to attract attention attentionto
to himself but the Salt Lake police had seen nothing nothingto
to arouse their suspicion That demands a 9 word o oclearing of ofclear ofclearing
clearing clear ins up from Editor Driskell before he writes writeanother writesnnother writesanother
another editorial complimenting the Salt Lake of offleers offfcers offleers
fleers fleersAnd ffcersAnd fleersAnd
And he vas wa arrested by Ogden police after all allThat allThat allThat
That can hardly be set down d wn to the credit of the local locapolice localpolice localpolice
police policeWe
We are willing to concede that Editor Driskell is istelling Ist istelling
telling t llin the truth when he says he killed Riley He HeI
I
ought to know more about it than anyone else does doesBut doesBut doesBut
But a writer of exclusive excluslvestutf stuff for the Tribune should shouldknow shouldknow shouldknow
know that he has hardly given facts enough in his hislocal hislocal hislocal
local story to warrant his editorial His account of ofthe otthe ofthe
the crime and the arrest is scarcely basis for thetlattery the theflattery theflattery
flattery of the t e police policeWhen poUceWhen policeWhen
When a murderer has to hunt up the police to get setarrested getarrested getarrested
arrested and secure himself against the intrusion Intrusionof
of f any but the men condemned by the public far farneffectlveness fQ fQIneffect1vene5 frineffectIveness
ineffectIveness he will have no difficulty getting his hl3tory hisstory hisstory
story into his own paper alone Of course But he hehould heshould heshould
should make a al local l cal story which will hold water waterefore waterbefore waterbefore
before > he goes to writing editorials which only prove provehe provethe provethe
the leaks
QUESTION AND A D ANSWER ANSWEREditor ANSWEREditor ANSWEREditor
Editor HeraldRepublican Do you have any evi evidence evldtlice eviderice ¬
dence that Tohn Bransford had a money interest in inhe inthe inthe
the Citizens Investment company companythe the company that thatestablished thatestablished thatestablished
established the stockade Have you any reason to tobelieve tobelieve tobelieve
believe he could profit In a financial way by the theestablishment theestablishment theestablishment
establishment of that place I read what your paper paperlas paperhas paperhas
has las said In the matter and I believe fully that if ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the Bransford ticket is elected the stockade will be bestarted bestarted bestarted
started again But I want to know If the mayor has hasany haaany hasany
any money in it
DEMOCRAT DEMOCRATIt DEIO RA T TIt
It is not a difficult matter to see a list of the thestockholders thestockholders thestockholders
stockholders in the Citizens Investment company companyMore companyMore companyMore
More than one person since the disastrous closing of ofthat otthat ofthat
that place by the Republican county officers has hasold hastold hastold
told openly openlyand and bitterly bitterlywho who were his partners In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the enterprise They havent all been on the friend friendlest frIendliest friendliest
liest footing this past summer summerBut summerBut summerBut
But there Is another view to take of the proposi proposition ¬
tion Mr Bransford says he got the men to Invest Investtheir Investtheir investtheir
their money In the Citizens Investment company companyMore companyMore companyMore
More than one man when approached by Mr Brans Bransford Bransford Bransford
ford with promises of big profits in the business to toje tobe tobe
be je managed by the Belle of Ogden asked him himHow himHow himHow
How much have you in it itA ItA itA
A promoter who is also a rich man can not go goo goto goto
to o his friends with a proposition unless he gives givesevidence givesevidence givesevidence
evidence of good faith by putting in some of his hisown hisown hisown
own cash cashThey cashThey cashThey
They have a whole lot more respect for his recom recommendation recommendation recommendatlon ¬
mendation when they know his belief in the thing thingis
is so good that he risks his own while asking others othersto
to risk theirs theirsIt
It is a matter of record that Mr Bransford is isthe lathe isthe
the owner of property In the neighborhood of the thesuspended thesuspended thesuspended
suspended stockade But that was purchased a long longtime longtime longtime
time ago The more important matter is that which whichour whichour
our correspondent raises And the reply to that can canbe canbe canbe
be figured figuredMow figuredMow figuredMow
Mow many of the rich men would have taken stock stockin
in the stockade at his solicitation if he was afraid to togo togo togo
go into it with his own money
WHY DOESNT THE TRIBUNE SPEAK SPEAKIs
Is there no answer in all the Tribunes pages to tothe tothe tothe
the charge that It has branded Martin Mulvey as asa asa asa
a gambler the friend of the underworld the promoter promoterof
of prize fights fightsIs
Is there in all that watery paper no explanation explanationof
of Its advice ndvl e to tothe the people of t the Fifth to defeat Mul Mulvey Mulvey 31u1vey ¬
vey because Mulvey M lvey is unfit to be a councilman councilmanIs
Is there no way to get out of the statement that thathe thathe thathe
he should be so badly beaten that thatpoliticallYhe thatpoliticallYhewould politically he hewould
would never be heard of again againAnd againAnd againAnd
And why doesnt the Tribune say something about aboutJohn aboutJohn aboutJohn
John Bransford Why carry the inner circles hatred hatredof
of that man to the extent of flaunting the flag of ofsurrender ofsurrender ofsurrender
surrender Why not assume a virtue though it have havenone havenone havenone
none and declare it likes Its dish of crow crowAnd crowAnd crowAnd
And why doesnt it lift its voice again for George GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheets
Sheets as s it did two years ago There were days dayswhen daywhen dayswhen
when the Tribune assailed wth merciless fury every everyone everYone eveijione ¬
one who held that Sheets did wrong In protecting the theMcWhJrter thelIcWhjrter theMoWhjrter
McWhJrter robbers Why not defend him now nowThere nowThere nowThere
There was a time when the Tribune applied the term termsuckers iermmckers termsuckers
suckers from Scotland to victims of the bunco buncogame buncogame buncogame
game that flourished so profitably when Sheets was waschief waschief waschief
chief of police The man is now even stronger than thanhe thanhe thanhe
he was then He is chief of detectives and his word wordis
is law all through the police department He Is held heldin heldInottice
in Inottice office by Mayor Ma or Bransford His total unfitness unfitnessfor
for a place of trust or profit under the city govern government government governmont ¬
ment is as clear now as ever in the past Why does doesnot dosnot doesnot
not the Tribune defend him hlmas as it had the hardihood hardihoodto
to do two years ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The organ of the gang may have a hard road to totravel totravel totravel
travel but it should try to travel It jauntily This Thissullen ThisluUen Thissullen
sullen hatred of Bransford Is suspicious susplciousconslderlng susplciousconslderlnghe considering consideringhe
he is the nominee of the Tribunes party for mayor mayorIts mayorIts mayorIts
Its pictures of Mulvey are embarrassing And Its Itssilence Itsslience itssilence
silence In the matter of Sheets proves that it dare darenot darenot darenot
not defend him
1 1THEY p
THEY DID RAISE THE TAXES TAXESOne TAXESOne TAXESOne
One of the most harmful things charged d against againstthe
the city party Is that it raised the taxes Time and andagain andagain andagain
again representatives of that party have denied the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement statementBut
But the th record is against them Neither the pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared statement of Mr Bransford nor the wild maun maunder IPaunderlngs maunderings ¬
der derlngs ngs of the funny Dininny can obscure the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that the th record shows the raise raiseThe raiseThe raiseThe >
The city party was not in office jnnre than half halfa hala
a year until It raised the taxes for tho th first time timeThat timeThat timeThat
That was in July 1906 Then in July 1907 It Itraised ftraised Iiraised
raised the taxes again againThat agaInThat againThat
That Is perfectly well known to every property propertyowner propcrtyowner propertyowner
owner in the city What is the use of telling the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people their taxes were not raised when their own owntax owntax owntax
tax receipts show that the taxes were raised raisedOf
Of course the managers of the city partys cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign are very hard up for good material But they theywill theywill theywill
will not make that material any better by lying lyingabout lyingabout lyingabout
about it itThey itThey ItThey
They raised the taxes taxesand and they did it twice twiceBesides twiceBesides twiceBesides
Besides that they have had two bond issues Issuesone Issuesonefor one onefor
for a million dollars the other for six hundred thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand dollars They have spent all that money and andthe andthe andthe
the city is in debt debtand and they cant tell tel how much muchthey mucht muchthey
they t ey owe oweThey oWeThey oweThey
They have increased the cost of paving of side sidewalk sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk laying of sewer making and have divided the thejgraft thepratt thegmft
pratt among themselves themselvesThey themselvesThey themselvesThey
They have spent more than a million a year since sincethey sincethey sincethey
they came into office four years ago agoand and didnt pay payfor payfor payfor
for paving or sidewalk or sewer with the money The Theproperty Theproperty Theproperty
property owners have paid for the public Improve Improvements improvements improvements ¬
ments mentsThe mentsThe mentsThe
The gang has fattened on the extra money moneyThey moneyThey moneyThey
They have fattened on the seventy thousand dol dollars dollars dellars ¬
lars taken from the treasury in pretense of plaster plasterIng plasterIng plastering
Ing the Big Cottonwood conduit conduitThey conduitThey conduitThey
They have fattened on the the ten thousand thou 3nd dollars dollarsgiven dollarsgiven dollasgiven
given to the contractor for r pumping out the west westside westIide westside
side sewer sewerThey sewerThey sewerThey
They have fattened on the hdse wagon bought boughtfor
for the fire department without consent of the thecouncil thecouncil theounci1
council councilAnd councilAnd ounci1And
And they th y are not going to get anyone to like those thosebits thosebits thosebits
bits of grafting by a denial of the record in the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of taxes
FRIDAYS BENEFIT AT THE ORPHEUMEvenlf ORPHEUM ORPHEUMEven
Even Evenlf if you are the most pronounced hater of the theatres theatres theatres ¬
atres you should make an exception In the case of ofthe otthe ofthe
the benefit to be given at the Orpheum on Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon
afternoon afternoon For one thing the performance Is going goingto
to be good That however is a mere triviality trivialityThe
The major point to remember rem em her is that the proceeds proceedsof
of the event will be devoted to providing equipment equipmentfor
for the workroom where tho adult blind of the city cityare cityare cityare
are to be instructed in acquiring a gainful occupa occupation occupation occupation ¬
tion tionWe
We do not believe there is 1 a more worthy work In Inall InaU Inall
all the range of human benevolences than this which whichseeks whichseeks whichseeks
seeks to put selfsupport Into the hands of the blind
It Is Isan an enterprise for which a few good women of ofttie oftl ofthe
the tl ec1tiand city c1tyand and one at the fort fortare are primarily responsi responsible ¬
ble and one in which their brothers have honored honoredthemselves honoredthemselves honoredthemselves
themselves by a very cordial assistance assistanceThere aESlstanceThere assistanceThere
There are many blind persons of mature age here hereIn hereIn hereIn
In Salt Lake necessarily dependent on others for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their living and forced to a life of undesired idleness idlenesssimply Idlenesssimply idlenesssimply
simply because bet = ause their willing hands have never been beeninstructed been1D beeninstructed
instructed 1D in gainful work This movement is de designed designed designed ¬
signed to teach them to make it possible for them themto
to win their own support And the blessedness ble sedness of ofthat otthat ofthat
that plan is that greater happiness will come to tothem tothem tothem
them because of their occupation a dignity which no noman noman noman
man can measure because of their independence indepe dence and anda
a breadth of life to compensate for the Inexpressibly Inexpressiblysad
sad loss of their sight sightLet sightLet sightLet
Let all go to the Orpheum theatre benefit on Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day afternoon
BIGSOULED MRS MORRIS MORRISSome MORRISSome MORRiSSome
Some time ago Mrs Nelson Morris of Chicago was waskilled waskilled waskilled
killed in an automobile accident In France She was wasa
a very rich woman a Jewess and one of the kindliest kindliestof
of souls When her will m was probated the other day dayit
it was found that her benefactions had reached far faroutside faroutside faroutside
outside the limits of her race rac or religion reH on and had hadhelped hadhelped hadhelped
helped to make life brighter for many who could have haveno
no possible claim upon her herThree herThree herThree
Three hundred thousand dollars is i left for the es establishment establishment establishment ¬
tablishment of a childrens hospital and there are no norestrictions norestrictions norestrictions
restrictions as to the race or religion of those to be beadmitted beadmitted beadmitted
admitted A big legacy goes to the Little Sisters of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Poor a Catholic order orderShe orderShe orderShe
She gives to almost every Jewish charity In Chi Chicago ChIcagoand Cliicageand ¬
cago cagoand and those people are proverbially attentive to tothe totbe tothe
the wants of their own needy But of the halfmillion halfmilliondollars haltmilliondollars halfmilliondollars
dollars the good woman devised for aid of others othersmuch othersmuch othersmuch
much will be felt in blessings by those outside of her herchurch herchurch herchurch
church churchThere churchThere churchThere
There is a lesson that all of us should heed Hu Human Human Human ¬
man life is not long enough to be embittered with withreligious withreligious withreligious
religious strife and hatred And all the years of eter eternity eternity eternity ¬
nity are not too long for the blessings of those whose whosesouls whosesouls whOsesouis
souls are big enough to love their fellow man
UNFAIRTO MR LANDIS LANDISIn
In the course of a recent speech Mr Charles B BLandis BLandis BLandis
Landis formerly a congressman from Indiana stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the American navy would be a good deal of a abluff ablurt abluff
bluff If actual war were to begin tomorrow tomorrowAnd
And the papers over the country have taken that thatstatement thatstatement thatstatement
statement out of its context and criticised the Indiana Indianaman
man rather rat er severely severelyMr
Mr Landis Lan ls point was that the navy needs the thesupport thesupport thesupport
support of a better marine service that in case of ofwar otwar ofwar
war the United States would have trouble sending sendingcoal sendingcoal sendingcoal
coal to Its warships because the nation has no vessels vesselsthat vesselsthat vesselsthat
that could be transferred to t the auxiliary service serviceAnd serviceAnd serviceAnd
And he was perfectly right in his view It has been beenmade benmade beenmade
made clear that the colliers provided by the govern government government government ¬
ment could do scarcely anything in keeping the war warships warships warships ¬
ships coaled if the demand were made upon them themShips themShips themShips
Ships made solely as colliers are expensive they are areof areot areof
of no value excepting for their work of carrying coal coalto coalto coalto
to the various stations In time of peace or orof of attend attending attending attendbig ¬
ing the fighting fleets in case of war warIf warIt warIf
If there were a stronger American marine those thosevessels thosevessels thosevessels
vessels could be making money for their owners in intime Intime intime
time of peace and could be transformed into colliers collierswhen coUlerswhen collierswhen
when the fact of war demanded it itThose ItThose itThose
Those who read Mr Landis speech entire find no nofault nofault nofault
fault with It And It Is hardly fair to a man of his hisquality hisquaUb hisquality
quality to take from big hi address a single sentence sentencewhich sentencewhich sentencewhich
which may be tortured into questionable meaning m anlng
GASPING FOR BREATH BREATHNever BREATHNever BREATHNever
Never since it launched on Its ravening career has hasthe h hthe hasthe
the Salt Lake Tribune at an any > stage of a campaign campaignexhibited campaignexhibited campiignexhibited
exhibited so clearly as at present the appearance of ofa ofa ofa
a man who has had the wind knocked out of him himNever himNcver hiiiiNever
Never has it so gasped for breath as right now nowThe nowThe nowThe
The makers of that paper did not expect that old oldTribune oldTribune oldTribune
Tribune comment on Martin Mulvey now Its pet petcandidate petcandidate petcandidate
candidate to be copied from its files and an given to tothe tothe tothe
the world worldNever worldNever worldNever
Never did It expect its own condemnation of the thecandidate thecandidate thecandidate
candidate from the Fifth to rise up in accusation accusationagainst accusatfonagainst accusationagainst
against Its favorite favoriteBut favoriteBut favoriteBut
But there It Is The Tribune on Mulvey in 1903 Is Isperfectly Isperfectly isperfectly
perfectly good today because it is the Tribune and andnot andnot andnot
not Martin who has changed changedHe
He is still a saloonkeeper aaloonkeeperonly only that he e now has hastwo hastwo hastwo
two saloons whereas he had only one then He has hastwice hastwlce hastwice
twice as many gambling opportunities now as then thenHe thenHe thenHe
He Is deeper In the good graces gra es of the underworld now nowthan now nowthan nowthan
than he was then because he Is stronger and can be buof beot beof
of more service there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The Tribune said he should be defeated for the thegood theood thegood
good ood of If the ward and of the city cit > That probably was wastrue walitrue wastrue
true when the Tribune said it Certainly it Is true truenow truenow truenow
now
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The Tribune complains that the InterMountain InterMountainRepublican InterMountainRepublican InterMountainRepublican
Republican charged an unfair and an unusual price pricefor prlcctor pricefor
for publishing the delinquent tax list The Republi Republican ¬
can charged twentyfive cents an inch The Tribune Tribunefor
for the past four years has been charging the city citya
a dollar an inch for precisely the same sort of ad advertising advertising advertising ¬
vertising These things are matters of record re ord
Is there a sane man In Salt Lake who will say saythat saythatllartln saythatMartin
that thatllartln Martin E Mulvey is any better fit for the coun jcouncil council councii
cil now than he was six years ago Not one
TOMORROW TOMORROWBy
By Roy Temple House In Pacific Monthly MonthlyA MOl1thlA
A dizzy glowing waste aste of ruddy sand sandHorizoned sandHorlzoned sandHorlzoned
Horlzoned like a yellow tropic sea seaA seaA seaA
A streams dry bed with cottonwoods that stand standFarscattered standFarscattered standFarscattered
Farscattered drooping Here the land is free freeBut freeBut freeBut
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Notice NoticeSIGNET NoticeSIGNET I
SIGNET GOLD COPPER MINING MININGCOMPANY MININGCOMPANY MININGCOMPANY
COMPANY Principal place of business I
423 Judge building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah I
Utah UtahThere UtahThere UtahThere
There are delinquent on account of ofassessment ofassessment ofassessment
assessment No No7 7 levied on tho third thirdday thirdday thirdday
day of August 1909 the following de described described described ¬
scribed stock set opposite the names namesof
of the respective shareholders to wit witCert witCert witCert
Cert No No Shares Amt AmtF
F T Roberts 211 2000 2000 J2000W 2000W 2000W
W H Gibson 138 5000 6000 6000L i
L H GOUlet 167 6080 5000 5000Wm liOOOWm 5000Wm
Wm La Zero 193 1000 1000 1000J
J A Denike 194 500 600 600U 600a 500II
U M 1 Sadler 220 1000 1000 1000And 1000And 1000And
And In accordance with the law and andorder andorder andorder
order of the board of directors made madeon
on the third day of August 1909 1 09 said galdstock saidstock saidstock
stock or so many shares thereof ther Qf as asmay nsmay asmay
may be necessary of each parcel will willbe willbe willbe
be sold at the office of the company companyn3
423 Judge J dge building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah on the fifth day da of November November1S09 November100L
1S09 at 4 p m to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentassessment delinquentassessment
assessment together with the costs of ofadvertising oradvertising ofadvertising
advertising and expense of sale saleW salew
W S ZEHRING ZEHRINGSecretary ZEIIRINGSecretary
Secretary SecretaryNotice SecretaryNotice SecretaryNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsOFFICE ContractorsOFFICE ContractorsOFFICE
OFFICE OF OFrHE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COUNTYcommissioners COLNTYcommlJlsioners COtTNTcommIssioners
commissioners of Salt Lake county Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah Oct 12 1909 1909Sealed 1903Sealed 1003Sealed
Sealed proposals will be received at the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of the hoard of county commis commissioners commlsslonera commIssioners ¬
sioners city and county building until
1 12 oclock m Monday the 1st day of ofNovember ofNovember ofNovember
November 1903 for the work of construct constructIng
Ing a cement or a steel bridge over Jor Jordan Jordan Jondan ¬
dan river on Highway No 123 south southflighty southnlghty southeighty
flighty rods west of the Denver Rio RioGrande RioGrande RioGrapde
Grande railway station vt t RIverton RIvertonContractors RlvertonContractors RivertonContractors
Contractors will please file bids for both botha
a cement bridge brld and a steel bridge bridgeFlans brldiePlanlS bridgePlans
Flans and specifications sp clflcatlons can be exam examined examIned exammed ¬
ined at the tb office of the county surveyor surveyorcity surveyorcity surveyorcity
city and county cou ty building buildingThe bulldh buildingThe g gThe
The right is reserved to reject any and andall andall andall
all bids bidBy biddBy
By oraer of tha t board of county com commlSSl0MARGARET commissioners cornmissioners
missioners missionersMARGARET
mlSSl0MARGARET MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCHERSeal
Seal County Clerk ClerkIN ClerkIN ClerkIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THEUnited THEUnited THEUnited
United States for the district of Utah UtahIn
In the matter of William T Brooks Brooksvol
vol bankrupt In bankruptcy No 1294 1294You 1294You 1294Yeuare
You Yeuare are re hereby notified that the final finalreport finalreport finalrOport
report of the trustee in said case is isnow Isnow isnow
now on file in my office and that the thesame thesame theearne
same will be passed upon at my office officein
in the Commercial black b1ac Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCttyUtah
City CttyUtah Utah on the 28th day of October
1909 at 10 O oclock n m and the case caseclosed caseclosed caseclosed
closed CHARLES BALDWIN BALDWINReferee BALDWINReferee BALDWINReferee
Referee in Bankruptcy BankruptcySalt
Salt Lake City Oct 18 1903
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SEVEN TROUGHS MONARCHMINES MONARCHMINEScompany MONARCH IsHNES IsHNEScompany
company Principal place of business businessSalt busln8SSalt businessSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet meeting meetIng meetleg ¬
ing of the board of directors of the theSeven theSeven theSeven
Seven Troughs Monarch Mines com company company cornpany ¬
pany held on the 19th day of October
1909 an assessment of onequarter onequartercent < J Jcent 1cent
cent per share was levied on the out outstanding outstanding outstanding ¬
standing capital stock of the corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion payable at once to H M Cham Chamberlain Chamberlain Chamberlain ¬
berlain secretary at Walker Brothers BrothersBankers BrothersBanker BrothersBankers
Bankers BankersAny BankerAny BankersAny
Any stock on which w Ich the assessment assessmentshall assessmentshall assessmentshall
shall remain unpaid on the S2d S2dday 2d day of ofNovember otNovember ofNovember
November 1909 will be delinquent and andadvertised andadvertised andadvertised
advertised for sale at public auction auctionand auctionand auctionand
and unless payment Is made before be ore so somany somany somany
many shares of each parcel of f such suchstock suohstock suchstock
stock as may be necessary willtie will be sold soldon spldon soldon
on the 11th day of December 1909 to topay topay topay
pay the delinquent assessment togeth together ¬
er with the cost of advertising and ex expense expenile cxpease ¬
penile of sale saleH saleH saleH
H M CHAMBERLAIN Secretary Secr tary taryLocation
Location of office Walker Brothers BrothersBankers BrothersBankers BrothersBaflkers
Bankers Salt Lake City Utah UtahAssessment UtahAssessment UtahAssessment
Assessment No No4 No4GOLD 4 4GOLD 4GOLD
GOLD MOUNTAIN CHAMPION MIN MINIng MTNIng tINIng
Ing Milling company Principal office officeand om omand otfLeeand
and place of business 216 South Main Mainstreet Mainstreet Mainstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice Is hereby given that at ato a meet meptIng meetIngof meetleg
leg Ingof of the board of directors held hel on the ths15th tll tll15th the15th
15th day of September ISO an osspssmen osspssmenof l8 fSSmeni fSSmeniof
of U 4 of 1 cent per share was leyled and andassessed andas andassesed
assessed as Faed on the capital stock Isued and ancoutstanding andoutstanding andoutstanding
outstanding of the corporation payabl payablforthwth paynbiforthw1th payablforthwth
forthwth to C R Long the t secretary of ofsaid Qtsaid o osaid
said company at 216 South Math street streetSalt streetSalt atreetSalt
Salt Lake City Clt Utah Any stock sto k upon uponWhich uponWhich uponwhich
Which this assessment may remain un unpaid unpaid unlald ¬
paid on the 27th day of October 19 llOO < B will willbe willb willbs
be b delinquent and advertised for sale at atpublic atpubllG atublic
public ublic auction and unless payment Is Ismade Ismade ismade
made before will be sold on the 15th th da daof daat day dayof >
of November 1909 to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentassessment delinquentassessment
assessment thereon together with costs costscf costsef costscf
cf advertising and expenses ot sale saleC saleC ialeC
C R LONG Secretary SecretarySalt
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTiCES
NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESConsult NOTiCESConsult
Consult county clerk or the respective respectivesigners respeilUvosfgnerft respeatlvesigners
signers for further information informationIN
IN THE THEnSlSTRICT DISTRICT IsTRl i COURT COURT PM PMbate PRO PRObate RO RObate
bate division In and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty LaltOcounty
county state of Utah Ic the matter matterof
of the estate of Ellen Reading Ailing
ton deceased Notice NoUceTbe The petition of ofWalter ofWalter ofWalter
Walter Henry Allington praying for forthe forthe forthe
the Issuance to himself of letters of ad administration administration administration ¬
ministration in the estate of Ellen EllenBeading ElleRReading EllenReading
Reading Allington deceased d hs been beenset beenset beenset
set for hearing on Friday the the 5th day dayof dayof dayof
of Novembe A D 1909 at 2 oclock oclockp
p m at the county court house o lit i the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court room of said oourt In Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 16th 16th day dayof dayof dayof
of October A D 1909 1909MARGARET 1909MARGARET I
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER WITCHBRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClericBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkMoyle ClerkMoyle OkrkMoyle
Moyle Van Cott Attorneys Attorne for Pe Petitioner Petitioner Petitioner ¬
titioner titionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObato PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun county county county ¬
ty state of Utah Department No L 1 In Inthe Inthe Iathe
the matter of the estate of Paul Ander Anderson ¬
son deceased Notice NoUcThe The petition of ofHeber ofHe ofHeber
Heber He ber Anderson praying for the admis admission admlaslon admiaaba ¬
aba to probate of a certain document documentpurporting documentpurporting documentpurporting
purporting to be the last will 111 and testa testament testament testarnent ¬
ment of Paul Anderson deceased and for forthe forthe forthe
the granting of letters of administration administrationwith
with will 111 annexed to Heber Anderson has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been set for hearing on Friday the 3Kh 3Khday 38thday 39thday
day of October A D 1S09 at atl 1 oclock p pm pm pm
m at the county court house in the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court room of said court in SalJ Sfd Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitneM UtahWitness
Witness the elerk of said court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this l lfth th day of ofMARGARBT ofOctober ofOctober
October A D loot l9 l9MARGARrr
MARGARET ZANE WITCHKR WITCHKRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkC
C E Marks Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerI
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty
county state of Utah U ah In the matter matterof
of the estate of Theodore Brubaek de deceased deceased ¬
ceased Notice NotlceThe The petition for ap approval ¬
proval and settlement of partial ac account acot ¬
count of the executor of the estate of ofTheodore ofTheodore ofTheodore
Theodore Bruback deceased has been beenset 1 beenset > > n nset
set for hearing on Friday the 6th day dayof dayof dayof
of November A D 1999 at 2 oclock oclockp
p m at the county court house housel in the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court room of said court in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said aourt with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 16th day dayof dayof dayof
of October A D 190 190MARGARET 190MARGARET i909MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR WITCHBRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkDey
Dey Hoppaugh Attorneys for Pe Petitioner Petitioner ¬
titioner titionerIN I IIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate P110bate
bate division In and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty
county state of Utah Uta l department No
1 In the matter of the estate of An Andrew Andrew ¬
drew Jensen deceased Notice NotlceThe NoticeThepetition The Thepetition
petition of Rudolph Knudsen praying prayingfor
for the admission to probate of a cer certain certain cartam ¬
tain tam document purporting to be e the thela thelut thelast
la last t will and testament te tament of Aftdrew d14tw Jen Jensen Jenson Jensen
sen deceased decl sed and for the granting of ofletters otletters ofletters
letters testamentary to Rudolph Knud Knudsen Knudsen Knudson ¬
sen has been set for hearing hearln OB Fri Frlday Friday f fday
day the 5th day of November A D f 1
609 at 2 oclock p m at the county countyourt oountycourt countycourt
court house in the court room of said saidourt saidcourt saidcourt
court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah UtahWitness UtahWltn UtahWitness
Witness Wltn ss the clerk of said oourt with withhe withthe withthe
the he seal thereof affixed this 18th day dayof dayof dayof
of October A D 1909 1909MARGARET 1909lIARGARET 1909MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR WITCHBRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkMoyle ClerkIQyle ClerkMeylo
Moyle Van Cott Attorneys for Pe Peitioner Petitioner Pctitioner
titioner titionerIN itionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division In and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakeeounty Lakecounty
county state of Utah In the matter matterof
of the estate and guardianship of Mar Margaret lnr 1argaret lnrgaret ¬
garet and Elnora Mayberry minors minorsNotice minorsNotlceThe minorsNoticeThe
NotlceThe Notice The petition of George E EChandler EChandler EChandler
Chandler the guardian of the persons personsand perJopand persopsand
and the estates of Margaret and El Elnora Elnora i inora ¬
nora Mayberry minors praying for an anorder anorder anorder
order of sale of real property of said saidminors Midminors saidminors
minors and that all persons Interested Interestedappear laterestedappear Interestedappear
appear before the said court to show showcause showcause showcause
cause why an order should not be begranted begranted begranted
granted to sell BO much as shall be nec necessary necry necessary ¬
essary ry of the following described r real realOltate realestate al alestate
estate of said minors towit Also an anundivided anun1h1ded anundi1ded
undivided onethird of the south hair hairof hairof halfof
of section 14 in township X son south h of ofrange ofrange ofrange
range 2 west of th the Salt Lake meridian meridiann
In n Salt Lake county Utah containing
320 acres has been set lit for bearing on onFriday onFriday onFriday
Friday the 5th th day of November A D DIMS DltOt
IMS at 1 oclock p m at the count countycourt v vcourt ycourt
court house in the court room of aid saidcourt aidcourt altcourt
court in Salt Lake ctt City Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county Utah
Witness the
the seal thereof affixed this ISth day dayof dayof dayof
of October A D 1109 nteJiARGoRmT 1O0MARGARET 1109MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBH WITCHBHSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClrkBy
By L 1 P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkBradley ClerkBradley ClerkBradley
Bradley Plseltel Pi sen el Harknws Attor Attorneys Attorneys Attorneys ¬
neys for forGuardlan forGuardlanIN Guardian GuardianIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakecounty
county state of Utah In < < the matter matterof
of the estate tate of f Stoln Mittaff deceased deceasedlotlee dee9fedNoticeThe deceasedNoticeThe
NoticeThe lotlee The petition of Valdamar The Theodorff Theodortl Theodorft
odorff praying for the Issuance to himself himeif him himself ¬
self eif of letters of administration in the theestate theestate theestate
estate of Stoln Mittaff deceased has hasjeen hasbeen hasbeen
been jeen set for hearing he rlng on Friday the 5th 5thday Ithday tli tliday
day of November A D 1909 at 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock p m at the county court house housein
in the court room of said court I n Salt saitLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWltnes UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court c art withthe with withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 19 18th day dayof dayof dayof
of October A D 1989 1989MARGARET 1989MARGARBT 1909MARGARICT
MARGARET ZANB WITCHER WITCHERSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkDy CUrkBy
By 1 L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkHanson ClerkHaDson ClerkHanson
Hanson Carlson Attorneys for Pe PeU Petltoner Petitoner
U tltoner toner
Notice to Contractors ContractorsNOTICE ContractorsNOTICE ContractorsNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATsealed THATsealed THATsealed
sealed bids will be received by U the e un undersigned undersigned Undersigned ¬
dersigned up to 12 1 m October 30 1909 1909for 1909for 1909for
for the materials and nd labor required requiredfor
for cement walks for Jefferson school schoollocated Icnoollocated schoollocated
located between 9th and 10th South and andMain andMaln andMain
Main and W Temple streets for the thaSalt theSalt th thSalt
Salt Lake board of education accord accordIng according accordtag
Ing to plans specifications and draw drawings drawlngs drawlegs ¬
legs which are open for inspection of ofthe ofI ofthe
the bidders at the office of Richard RichardKlettlng RichardKlettlng RichardKletting
I Klettlng architect In the Hooper HooperBldredge HooperEldredge IfooperBidredge
Bldredge block Salt Lake City Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and all bids and proposals at the above abovetime abovetime abovetime
time will be publicly opened and read readin
in the office of the board of education educationin
in the city and county building Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City C1t Utah AH bids must be ad addressed addr addressed ¬
dressed dr sed to Board of Education for forSalt forSalt forSalt
Salt Lake City and marked in the thelower thelower thelower
lower left hand corner Bids for new newcement newcement newcement
cement walks Jefferson school schoolA
A certified or cashiers aebl rs check on some somebank aombank somebank
bank In Salt Lake City Utah for at atleast atleast atleast
least 5 per cent c nt of the amount of each eachbid eachbid eachbid
bid must be enclosed Each check Is Isto Isto Isto
to be made payable to the undersigned undersignedand
and is to bo forfeited to the under undersigned undersigned undersigned ¬
signed in ease the old 1 > > ld s accepted acce > ted and andthe andthe andthe
the bidder does not enter into the con contract contract contract ¬
tract within throe days after its ac acceptance acceptance a aceptanCe ¬
ceptance for the faithful execution of oftlie ofU18 ofthe
the contract and bond hereinafter men mentioned mentlonod mentionod ¬
tioned tionedA
A bond must be furnished for one onehalf onebalf onehalf
half of the bid with good and But sufficient Butflctent gutflclent ¬
ficient sureties satisfactory to the un undersigned undel3gMd Undersigned ¬
dersigned dersignedThe
The undersigned reserve the right to toreject toreject toreject
reject any and all bids bJsiSated bidsDated13
Dated13 iSated 1 ted B B1t lt Lake city ity ty October 18 18It
It 1109 1109BOARD 1900BOARD 90 90BOARD
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF SALT SALTLAXCE SALTLAKE SALTLtXE
LAKE CITY

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