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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 1909
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THEIR PLAYEDOUT WAR CRY CRYOnce CRYOnce CRYOnce
Once more the dead walls of the city bloom with withthe withthe withthe
the stock boasts of the city party They hang their theirhopes theirhopes theirhopes
hopes on the declaration that they have improved the thecity thety thecity
city ty
cityWell
Well there has been improvement on Brigham Brighamstreet BrIghamstreet Brighamstreet
street Any of you property owners In Brigham street streetpay streetpay streetpay
pay for the paving In front of your property Any Anyof
of you pay for the new cement sidewalk Any of you youpay youpay youpay
pay for the sewer Yes all of you paid paidDidnt paidDidnt paidDidnt
Didnt the American party pay the bills for you youNo youNo youNo
No you paid your own special Improvement assess assessments assesBmnts assessments ¬
ments The Th American party didnt pay your bills billsThen billsThen billsThen
Then It must have been In First South street Any Anyof
of you men In First South pay anything on your yourstreet yourstreet yourstreet
street paving or your sidewalk or your sewer Yes Yesall Yesall Yesnil
all of you did Didnt the American party pay for any anyof anyof anyof
of If it Not a penny The American party not only onlyexpected onlyexpected onlyexpected
expected the people to pay but made them take what whatever whatevpr whatever ¬
ever sort of paving the official contractor wanted to togive togive togive
give them themall all except owners between Fourth and andFifth andFirth andFifth
Fifth East where the property owners knowing they theymust theymust theymust
must pay the bills insisted on having the kind of ofasphalt ofnsphalt ofasphalt
asphalt specified in the contract and got It ItAnd ItAnd itAnd
And no one In Second South escaped the obligation obligationto
to pay for the improvement improvementAnd
And no one anywhere an where else did didWhat didVhat didWhat
What then becomes of the claim of tile American Americanparty AmericanJarty Americanparty
party bogies bo es that they have done the work that they theyare theynr theyare
are nr entitled to the credit creditThey creditThey creditThey
They have spent more than a million dollars a ayi ayar ay
yi yar ar In salaries and graft graftand and the Improvements of olnil ofall
nil kinds have been paid p ld for by the property owners ownersthemselves ownersthpmselves ownersthemselves
themselves
BETTER STAY WHERE YOU ARE AREOn AREOn AREOn
On Wednesday morning of this week two men both bothcitizens bothcitizens bothcitizens
citizens of Salt Lake were coming down First ave avenue avenuf avenue ¬
nue One of them has lived here twentyodd years yearsand yoorsand yearsand
and has for the past three years voted for the Ameri American ¬
can party candidates The other has been In the city cityonly cityonl cityonly
only onl one year 001 and has not yet et voted here He was a aRt aRepubllcan aRepublican
Rt publican back east but he has been caught with withthe withth withthe
the th phrase that every everyone one who Is not a Mormon must mustbe mustb mustbe
be b an American party member and he said to his hiscompanion hisompanlon hiscompanion
companion I have been a Republican but I guess guessI
I will get out of the party in this city clt election electionDont electionDont electionDont
Dont you do it said his friend You stay where whereyou whereOU whereyou
you OU are The men who know the situation best and anduho andho andwho
who ho have no ax to grind are leaving the American Americanpartj Americanparty Americanparty
party You Join it now and you will be left high and anddry anddry anddry
dry
Which hleh Is uncommonly good advice Old members membersof
of the American party the men and the women who whoant whowant whowant
want ant the best results to come from government who whowant whowant whowant
want liberty of conscience and freedom fre dom of political politicalotlonhae politicalactionhave politicoaction
otlonhae action have seen the insincerity of their party lead leaders looders leaders ¬
ers And they will not longer be fooled fooledBesides fooledBesides fooledBesides
Besides there are many who have worked year yearafter yearaftpr yearafter
after year in the American party ranks accepting acceptingthe
the statement that no one could be right unless within withinthat withinthat withinthat
that party and they see now that the bosses of the theparty theparty theparty
party are the only ones who profit by the establish establishment establlshm establishment ¬
ment m > nt They note that there is no one in the Ameri American ¬
can < an party good enough for office excepting those who whohae whohave
have 11 P been glued to a paying position from the start startThere startThere startThere
There are no new names Bransford mayor is forced forceden
en t1 the ticket to run for reelection The candidate candidatefor
for treasurer trea urer is up for reelection The candidate for forre forr forreorder
re r reorder t order has been deputy recorder and even the retir retlring retiring retiring
ing recorder Is named for the council The candidate candidatifi
f fi fr > r auditor is up for reelection The candidate for forcity forcity forcity
city attorney has been making that office ridiculous ridiculousby
by his rulings for the e past two years yoorsand and he Is the theonly thenly theonly
only nly candidate who had a lookin lookinNo
No place for the new men So the best friends o othe ot otthE ofthe
the party are getting tired tiredBesides tlrt tlrtBesides tiredBesides
Besides that those who have been strong for the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party In the past have seen the merciless mercllesbutchery mercilessbutchery mercilessbutchery
butchery that Is meted out to those who do not sneeze sneezewhen sneezewhen sneezewhen
when the bosses take snuff And they too are quit quitting quitting quitting
ting
That Is why the man who knows advised hi hifriend his hisfriend hisfriend
friend Stay where you are He knows the Repub Republitan Republkan Republican
litan will never regret having helped that party to tovictory toietOI tovictory
victory ietOI And that every eveI man of the American party partywho partywho partywho
who Is honest unselfish and sincere has been disap disappointed disappointed disappointed
pointed by the leaders of that crowd in the past ast
THEY HEY CANT TELL THE TRUTH AT ALL ALLWe ALLWe ALLWe
We rather expected that the addition of Mr Dris Driskell Driskell Driskell
kell to the Tribune staff would have the effect of In Introducing Introducing introducing
troducing a new element elementthat that of truth But really reallythe reallythe reallythe
the paper is as bad as it was before beforeWe beforeYe beforeWe
We are willing to admit that Mr lr Driskell ha hahardly has has1ardly hashardly
hardly had time to reform the entire force and I Imay It Itmay itmay
may be he is entitled to some consideration on that thaaccount thataccount thataccount
account But he surely will have to openly disclaim disclaimhis
his authorship of the Tribune stories to the effect thatthe that thathe thatthe
the Salt Lake police arrested him himOf himOf himOf
Of course his exclusive story of the manner of hi himurdering his hismurdering hismurdering
murdering Officer Riley is entitled to the credit al already alrpady already
ready bestowed on it Of course his cleverness In get getting getting getting
ting his confession Into his own paper to the exclu excluelon exclusion exclusion
sion of all others was a fine piece of newspaper work worlrBut workBut workBut
But it is going too far for him to say that the Salt SalLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake police caught him himHe himHe himHe
He cannot be unmindful of the fact that the Trib Tribune TrIbune Tribune
une Is claiming that ho was trapped by the officers o othis of ofthis ofthis
this city cit when as a matter of fact he was caught caughby caughtby
by the police of Ogden Ogdena a place usually usual referred to by bythe bythe bythe
the Tribune as one of the cow counties countiesAnd countiesAnd countiesAnd
And Editor Driskell owes a duty to the few re remaining remaining remaining
maining patrons of his paper He should tell them themthat themthat themthat
that he didnt write the articles asserting that Salt SalLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake officers made the capture captureLet
Let him square himself with the readers and al alwill all allwill allwill
will be forgiven
WHAT THE PARTY DESERVES DESERVESSurely DESERVESSurely DESERVESSurely
Surely there Is too strong a sense of gratitude in inthe inthe inthe
the business men of Salt Lake for them to desire the thedefeat thedetcat thedefeat
defeat of the Republican party Surely they are sen sensible sensible sensible
sible of the benefits they have derived from the Re Republican ReJubllcan Republican
publican partys conduct of affairs in the nation The Thaction Theaction Theaction
action of congress in the recent special session has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made all the difference between prosperity and dis dlsaster disaster disaster
aster In Utah Utahand and particularly in Salt Lake LakeAnd LakeAnd LakeAnd
And the business man who reads cannot be Indif Indifferent indifferent Indifferent
ferent to the fact that
the papers which now oppose opposthe opposethe opposethe
the election of the Republican candidates In this city cityopposed cityopposoo
I opposed with precisely the same virulence the success successof
of those Republican candidates who helped in win winnins winnIng winning
nIng the commercial commerci l advantages resulting from fair faltreatment fairtreatment
i
treatment for Utahs products productsThe
The Tribune fought Reed Smoot with a bitterness bltternesunparalleled bitternessunparalleled bitternessunparalleled
unparalleled Reed Smoot was elected and at Wash Washs
s
1
Ington he became becameit It is the con consensus ensus 4 of the opinion opiniont
of t men everywhere everywherethe the one strongest supporter of the thedmlnlstratlon theadministration theadministration
administration In effecting legislation which has been beenf beenof beenof
of f Immeasurable benefit to the people of the state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The Tribune fought George Sutherland and yet yetSenator yetSenator yetSenator I
Senator Sutherland has won honors for Utah by his hisabora hislabors hislabors I II
labors at WashingtonThe Washington
The Tribune fought Mr Howell and no man can canruthfully cantruthfully cantruthfully
truthfully point to one discreditable act of the Utah Utahcongressman Utahcongressman Utahcongressman
congressman congressmanThe
The Tribune fought William Spry and yet as gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor our people know he has made good goodNow goodNow goodNow
Now there was no good reason for the fighting fightingthey fightingthey fightingthey
they have levelled at these men In spite of that fight flghtng fightIng fighting
Ing ng these men have continued loyal members of and andactive andactive I Iactive
active workers within the Republican party The TheTribune TheTribune TheTribune
Tribune has Insisted that business men be against againstthem againstthem againstthem
them They have never been against business men menThey menThey menThey
They have helped those men wherever worthy official officialservice omclalservice officialservice
service could do so soThere eoThere soThere
There Is no more reason for the Republican party partybeing partybeing partybeing
being defeated In this city than in the state or the thenation thenation thenation
nation The business men of the city do not want wantthe wantthe wantthe
the Republican party of the nation defeated They Theyshould Theyshould Theyshould
should not want the Republican party of the city de deieated d dfeate defeated
ieated < As they prosper because of Republican poli policies policies policies ¬
cies In the larger field they are certain to be profited profitedby
by It in the smaller field of municipal affairs affairsThe affairsThe affairsThe
The Republican party at the hands of every busi business business business ¬
ness man deserves the most cordial and effective sup support support support ¬
port possible to render
WHY INSIST ON EXTRAVAGANCE EXTRAVAGANCEIt
It is safe to state that every good citizen of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake is in favor of Improvement But they are not notbecause notbecause notbecause
because of that necessarily In favor of extrava extravagance extravagance extravagance ¬
ganceAnd gance ganceAnd ganceAnd
And that Is precisely the point at Issue In the pres present present present ¬
ent campaign The one thing insisted on by man managers managers managers ¬
agers of the American Amerl an party Is that they will Improve Improvethe
the city Of course they will do It as they have been beendoing beendoing beendoing
doing It In the past That Is they will permit the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property owners to pay for the Improvement No Nomatter Nomatter Nomatter
matter what party Is in power It will not pay for the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public improvements out of the party treasury treasuryYou treasuryYou treasuryYou
You dont expect the Inner circle to meet the pav paving pavIng paving ¬
ing bills and the sidewalk bills out of the campaign campaignfund
fund do you youYou youYou youYou
You dont expect these noisy patriots theseAmerican these theseAmerican theSeAmerican
American party bosses to pay for It out of their own ownprivate ownprlvate ownprivate
private purses do you youYou youYou youYou
You know the best they can or will do Is to see seeafter seenfter seeafter
after all that the property owners the taxpayers taxpayersthemselves taxpa taxpayersthemselves ers erstliemselves
themselves pay the bills billsWhen billsWhen billsWhen
When the Republicans regain control of the city citypublic citypublic citypublic
public improvement will go on Just j st as fast and just justas
as far as the property owners want It to go goand and that thatIs
Is all that any party can do But the difference will willbe willbe willbe
be that under the Murdoch administration the Im Improvement improvement improvement ¬
provement will be honestly done There will be no nograft nograft nograft
graft In It The public money spent will be spent spenthonestly spenthonestly spenthonestly
honestly There will be actual results for every dollar dollarof
of outlay outlayAnd outlayAnd outlayAnd
And in the four years of the American party con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct of affairs that has not been the case There has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been far too much graft in their handling of the gener general ¬
al work of advancement That seventy thousand dol dollars dollars dollars ¬
lars appropriated for plastering the Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodconduit Cottonwoodconduit Cottonwoodconduit
conduit and which was cut up between him and the thegrafters thegrafters thegrafters
grafters who gave It will never be repeated under underthe underthe underthe
the Murdoch administration administrationThat
That ten thousand dollars paid to a contractor for forpumping forpumping forpumping
pumping out water he himself permitted to come in inthrough Inthrough inthrough
through defective sewer laying will not have repe repetition repetition repetition ¬
tition titionThat titionThat titionThat
That twenty thousand dollars sought for the ben benefit benefit benefit ¬
efit of the official wooden stave contractor and his hisparty hisparty
C Cparty
party friends will be stamped with disapproval and andcut andcut andcut
cut down to exactly what Is fair and right rightand and not a apenny apenny apenny
penny more moreThere moreThere moreThere
There is no need for extravagance and there will wilbe willbe willbe
be none when Mr Murdoch Is elected mayor of Salt SailLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake
S S SJUST
JUST WHAT THE GOVERNOR SAID SAIDIn
In one of his messages to the legislature last win winter winter winter ¬
ter Governor Spry stated that any county or city or ortown ortown ortown
town in the state of Utah could get absolute prohibi prohibition prohibition prohibition
tion whenever desired deslredand and that under existing laws lawsThe lawsThe lawsThe
The truth of his statement is verified today In many manysections manysections manysections
sections of Utah In Sprlngvllle and In Nephl es especlally eapeclall especially
peclally this has been proved The Independent o othe of ofthe ofthe
the former town and the Record of the latter both bothpublish bothpublish bothpublish
publish reports of municipal action absolutely for forbidding forbidding forbidding
bidding the sale of intoxicants within those limits limitsIn
In Nephi the rule runs even farther and forbids forbidsthe forbidsthe forbidsthe
the giving away of liquor It is a blow at the harm harmful hannful harmful ¬
ful practice of treating And In no other particular particulardoes
does the new ordinance deserve a greater credit creditProbably creditProbably creditProbably
Probably no one feature of our American habit Is Isresponsible Isresponsible isresponsible
responsible for more of Injury than Is the custom of oftreating oftreating oftreating
treating The thing has a tremendous hold on the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people Men who can resist the urgings of their own ownappetites ownappetites ownappetites
appetites men whose sense of propriety will prevent preventtheir preventthe1r preventtheir
their drinking fall before the courteous cou courous ous social urging urgingto
to take a drink And It is a peculiar weakness of ofour ofour ofour
our national character that the man treated instantly instantlyfeels
feels the obligation upon him to treat In return returnThe returnThe returnThe
The habit Is to be deprecated and In Nephl it will willnot willnot willnot
not hereafter be fashionable fashlo ableor or safe safeEvery safeEvery safeEvery
Every city and town In the state that wants pro prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
hibition can get It now As the governor stated the thelaws thelaws thelaws
laws are already ample
MAKE A FAIR ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENTOne
One of the Utah editors to take a sane view of the therevenue therevenue therevenue
revenue system of the state is that one responsible responsiblefor
for the fortunes of the Smithfield Independent He Heis HeIs Heis
is an advocate of the wise plan to find all the prop property property property ¬
erty and list It at its fair cash value valueHere valueHere valueHere
Here Is his argument argumentLand argumentLand argumentLand
Land in the platted part of the city remote from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the business portions Is assessed at 700 exclusive of ofImprovements ofImprovements ofimprovements
Improvements other land in the city limits unplatted unplattedassessed unplattedassessed unplattedassessed
assessed at 75 Last week a real estate agent traveled traveledthree traveledthree traveledthree
three days to find a piece of acreage acreagehnd and it was was as held heldat heldat heldat
at so high a price that he could not touch It The Theprice TheprIce Theprice
price asked was from four to eight times higher than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the assessed value valueNow valueNow alueNow
Now we submit when men refuge 400 500 5 O 800 800per 800per 800per
per acre for land they ought to be assessed at least leasthalf leasthalf leasthalf
half the price When men refuse 15 to 30 per foot footon footon footon
on Main street they ought to be assessed at some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where near the value they have refused refusedAll refusedAIr
All these discrepancies can be adjusted by simply simplyputting simplyputting simplyputting
putting men In office as assessors and deputies who whoare whoare whoare
are fair honest who know values who are not afraid afraidto
to do the right thing and who will do their level best bestto
to find all the property and list It at its fair cash cashvalue cashvalue cashvalue
value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The law calls for all property to be listed at a fair faircash faircash faircash
cash valuation This is fair and no Just man will willcomplain wllcomplain willcomplain
complain at such an arrangement arrangementWhen arrangementWhen arrangementWhen
When that Is done everywhere in Utah the state statewill statewill statewill
will show a billion dollars worth of property tviliihave will wllKhave willhac
have a 3mill rate for state purposes Instead of S 8mills Smills Smills
mills and will be less of a hardship on the people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and will produce more revenue
THEY ARE NOT PROGRESSIVISTS PROGRESSIVISTSGentlemen PROGRESSIVISTSGentlemen PROGRESSIVISTSGentlemen
Gentlemen in conduct of Mr Bransfords campaign campaigndeclare campaigndeclare campaigndeclare
declare themselves the apostles of progress They say saythat saythat saythat
that every one who opposes them Is a reactionary reactionarythat
that they alone express the modern American spirit spiritof
of Utah UtahBut UtahBut UtahBut
But they are the people who plan to have the pow powers powers powers ¬
ers of a state taken away from Utah They openly openlyconfess openlyconfess openlyconfess
confess that they do not believe Utah should be a astate astate astate
state They want to go back to the condition of a ter territory territory territory ¬
ritory That was precisely their plan when they took tookcontrol tookcontrol tookcontrol
control of the American party At that time they be believed belIeved believed ¬
lieved they could deceive the authorities at Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington to the extent of permitting Mr Kearns and his hisf hisof hisr
f of
ofI I
friends to dictate the appointment of federal officers officersIn
In the territory which they hoped to make out of a asovereign nsovereign asovereign
sovereign state They had even gone so far as to toparcel toparcel toparcel
parcel out among themselves the offices of federal federaludge federaljudge federaljudge
judge the district attorney and marshal commission commissioners
ers rs governor governorand and all the offices that were to mold the thecstlnles thedestinies thedestinies
destinies of the territory territoryThat territoryThat territoryThat
That Isnt progress That Is reaction That is not notadvancement notadvancement notadvancement
advancement It is retrogression And It Is precisely preciselywhat preciselywhat preciselywhat
what they had counted upon doing dolngand and still want wantto
to o do doFor doFor doFor
For the first time In the history of the nation they theyiroposed theyproposed theyproposed
proposed to make a state surrender its membership membershipin
in the national Union and become a field which they theyould theycould theycould
could successfully exploit for their own selfish ag aggrandizement aggrandizement aggrandizement ¬
grandizement grandizementFirst
First of all things when hen they made Utah a terri terriory territory territory
tory they proposed to drive out all the Mormons MormonsThen MonnonsThen MormonsThen
Then they would have It In condition so they could couldnrlch couldenrich couldenrich
enrich themselves with the possessions of the terri territory territory territory ¬
tory toryAnd
And If they could have had their way Utah would wouldtoday wouldtoday wouldtoday
today have been stripped of Its honors of statehood
ANOTHER HINT FOR STAGE FOLK FOLKWhat FOLKWhat FOLKWhat
What do you suppose Is the reason reason for the favor favorwith favorwith favorwith
with which that little playlet The Quakeress has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been received at the Orpheum Three or four times timesIn
In n the history of the house some play Is presented presentedclear
clear out of proportion with the rest excellent as theymay they theymay theymay
may be Julius Steger provided one of them This Thisman Thisman hls hlsman
man John Hyams and his Quakerseeming wife wifehave wifehave wifehave
have another What Is the quality with which they theyappeal the theappeal theyappeal
appeal appealDo
Do you remember the magic with which Othello Othellowon
won the heart of Desdemona That must he the themagic themagic themagic
magic lying back of the success of Hyams and his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife The woman of course has that undefinable undefinablequality unIefinablequality undefinablequality
quality which in Billie Burk has been called charm charmThe charmThe charmThe
The man can hardly be charged with such an at attribute attributethough attributethough ¬
tribute tributethough though he is wellappearing enough But Buthe Butthe Butthe
the both of them convince with their perfectly natural nat natural uatural ¬
ural performance It is as if you had dropped In at atthe atthe atthe
the home of a friend and two of the people there thereamused thfreamused thereamused
amused themselves with a bit of a play playand and by that thatsame thatsame thatsame
same process amused you youThey youThey youThey
They dont seem to be acting For the most part partthey partthey partthey
they are simply having a good time And if Hyams Hyamsand
and his wife do not enjoy their performance as much muchas
as do the people in front frontthen then the simulation is more moreremarkable moreremarkable moreremarkable
remarkable than their very clever skit skitThere skitThere skitThere
There Is the suggestion for stage folk generally generallyThere generallyThere generallyThere
There is no need for sending a splendid woman womanthrough womanthrough womanthrough
through the horrors of an opium hell There is no noneed noneed noneed
need for smutty work In lines or body revealings In Inthe Inthe inthe
the acting The public cannot be better suited than it itIs ItIs itis
Is with such plays as the The Quakeress And the theapproval theapproval theapproval
approval of the public Is the thing for which they all allare allare allare
are struggling strugglingIf stru gllng gllngIt
If one have wit enough and talent enough and andenough andcnous andenough
enough cnous cleanliness of heart and soul soulone one can make makethe makethe makethe
the stage a vehicle for the races redemption
A MECHANIC FOR MAYOR MAYORIt
It will be much to the advantage of Salt Lake to tohave tohave tohave
have a mechanic for Its mayor and that Is what Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake will have when James Murdoch shall be Inaugurated In Inaugurated inaugurated ¬
augurated auguratedMr
Mr Murdoch learned the trade of a machinist and andengineer andengineer andengineer
engineer In Scotland Scotlandwhere where they are thorough He Heworked Heworked Heworked
worked at his trade for years and rose to the position positionof
of chief engineer of some of the biggest mines in the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole mountain country countryHe
He worked with his hands as well as with his hisbrain hisbrain hisbrain
brain And never a man who knew him in the days daysof
of his wageearning but will proudly proclaim him a amost amost amost
most efficient workman workmanIt
It is worth something in these days of improvement improve improvement Improvement ¬
ment to have a citys executive capable of knowing knowingwhether knowingwhether knowingwhether
whether or not work Is properly done In the past few fewyedrs fewyedrs fewyears
yedrs so much of the Inspection has been done by bypolitical bypolitical bypolitical
political ward heelers and hangerson that the quality qualityof
of Improvements paid for by the people is sadly de defective defective defective ¬
fective That would not be the case if the mayor mayorwere mayorwere mayorwere
were himself a mechanic his executive ability resting restingon
on a perfect command of the technical requirements requirementsof
of the place placeThousands placeThousands placeThousands
Thousands of dollars would have been saved to tothe tothe tothe
the city In the past four years by that simple detail detailalone detailalone detailalone
alone If the mayor had been able to know the men menemployed menemployed menemployed
employed as inspectors none but competent inspec inspectors Inspectors inspectors ¬
tors would have been chosen
THE MOST UNKINDEST UNKINDESTCartoonist UNKIND EST CUT CUTCartoonist CUTCartoonist
Cartoonist Bowman has called attention in a very veryconvincing veryconvincing veryconvincing
convincing way to the Tribunes kick of Martin Mul Mulvey Mulvey Mulvey
vey Martin has been unhorsed d and in his helpless helplessposition helplessposition helplessposition
position Is receiving the boots at the hands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Tribune TribuneWhich TribuneWhich TribuneWhich
Which Is precisely what he may expect Six years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago he was dubbed a gambler a promoter of prize prizefights prizefights ¬
fights the friend of the underworld by the Tribune TribuneNow TribuneNow TribuneNow
Now he Is the candidate of that same paper paperand and ithas it ithas
has nothing but good to say of him himBut himBut himBut
But the minute Martin fails or refuses to do the thebidding thebidding thebidding
bidding of the Tribune crowd then he can expect a arepetition arepetition arepetition
repetition of the kicking that paper gave him when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was a candidate before beforeIt
It will be a most unkind cut But the paper that thatdamned thatdamned thatdamned
damned him then and boosts him now Is capable of ofingratitude ofIngratitude ofingratitude
ingratitude
S
The owners of the Tribune must have a queer sense senseof senseof senseof
of newspaper excellence exc llence if they think the Driskell Drlskellconfession Driskellcontesslon Driskellconfession
confession redeems that Journal from the odium odiumincurred odiumIncurred odiumincurred
incurred In connection with the Unitarian church churchaffair churchaffair churchaffair
affair
Pittsburgers have named a new cocktail after afterBabe afterBabe afterBabe
Babe Adams Of course it Had to be something somethingconnected somethingconnected somethingconnected
connected with a bat
However George Sheets is sure of a salaried Job Jobfor jobfor jobfor
for the rest of his life He knows too much to be ignored ig ignored Ignored ¬
nored by the boss of the bosses
The Driskell farce is pretty nearly played out He Hedidnt Hedidnt Hedidnt
didnt plead guilty after all
Still John Bransford cant get a kind word from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the official organ of his party
ANXIOUS FOR THE ARCHBISHOP ARCHBISHOPPhiladelphia ARCHBISHOPPhiladelphia ARCHBISHOPPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Record RecordOld RecordOld RecordOld
Old friends of Archbishop Ryan when whenthey they gathered gatheredto
to informally felicitate him upon his twentyfifth twentyfifthanniversary twentyfifthanniversary twentyfifthanniversary
anniversary as archbishop of Philadelphia recalled recalledsome recalledsome recalledsome
some good stories about him himOne himOne himOne
One was Illustrative of the archbishops fondness fondnessfor fondn ss ssfor
for children He was taking his daily walk one after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
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