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2 THE THEHERALDR HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN PUBLl N SALTLAKE SALT L LAKE KE CITY UTAH SUNDAY OCTQBER2419091 OCTOBER 24 19O9
TRICKERY fUND fUNDBY FOUND FOUNDBY
BY REPUBLICANS REPUBUCANSAmerican
American Party Has Nefarious NefariousScheme NefariousScheme NefariousScheme
Scheme It Is Trying Tryingto
to Work WorkORDERS WorkORDERS WorkORDERS
ORDERS ARE SENT OUT OUTATTEMPT OUTATEMPT OUTATTEMPT
ATTEMPT ATEMPT MADE TO INFLUENCE INFLUENCETHE
THE TH E CITY RECORDER RECORDERPolitical RECORDERPoltc RECORDERPolitical
Political Poltc trickery trce on the te part prt of J E EDarmer EDarer EDarmer
Darer Darmer city chairman tor the te Amen American Amer Amencart ¬
can c party paty was ws discovered discovere yesterday yesterdayafternoon yateray yaterayaftroon yesterdayafthrnoon
afternoon aftroon which reveals revels a plot to keep keeptie keepte keepthe
tie te names naes of the fULlon furIon candidates cndidates for fortha forte forthG
tha te city council counci off or the Republican Republc tick ticket tc ticket ¬
et In the Third Tir and Fourth Four precincts precinctsand precinct
and off ai the te Denocratic Deocmtc ticket tcket in every everyprecinct ever everyireeinct
precinct prenct In Salt Sal Lake LakeH Le
H J DInlnny city ciy attorney atore and J JB JB JB
B B Moreton Moretn city ciy recorder rcorder are the te tools toolsthrough toolsthrugh toolsthrough
through thrugh whom the Kearns Kcrs party ary organ organization orgn orgnIzaton organIzatlon ¬
ization Izaton hopes hope to steal stel the te election electionthrough electon electonthrugh electionthrough
through thrugh raising rising technical tcchnlcl points and andevery a ae an anevery
every e point is being big brought to bear ber on onthe onthe onthe
the two city ciy officials cfclals to compel them to toprostitute toprstiute toprostitute
prostitute prstiute their offices ofce for the purpose purposeof
of stealing stelng from the people of the city citythe cityt citythe
the t right to express expr their will wi on elec election electon election ¬
tion ton day dayIt dy dyI dayIt
It I was discovered discvere yesterday yet rday that thatthe thatte thatthe
the te certificates certiIcates of nomination nominaton for John JohnHolley JohnHole JohnHolley
Holley Hole fusion candidate on the Repub Republican Republcn Ropublican ¬
lican lcn ticket for councilman counciman from the theThird theTird theThird
Third Tird precinct showed showe some me technical technicalIrregularity technicl techniclIreglariy technicalIrregularity
Irregularity Ireglariy in the substitution substtuton of Mr MrHolley MrHoley Mrfoley
foley Holey for Charles M l Lees Lee who was wasoriginally wasorgnaly wasoriginally
originally orgnaly nominated nominate for the council counci for forthe torte forthe
the te long term by the te Republicans Republcans A Alike Alike Alke
like lke excuse was wa found for declaring the thefiling theflng thefiling
filing flng of tho Republican Republcan councllmanlc councllmanlcticket counclmanlc counclmanlctcet counoilmanicticket
ticket tcet for the Fourth Fourh precinct precinct For like likereasons lke lkerons likereasons
reasons rons the filing nlng of the councllmanlc councllmanlctickets councimanic councimanictickets councllmanlctickets
tickets by the Democrats Democat was wa declared declaredIllegal declare declared4ilIegal
Illegal 1egal through trough technicalities technicalitiesIf technicalte
If I the te city cty chairman Is successful In Incompelling1 Incompelng incompelling
compelling compelng the te city ciy attorney atorey and the thecity theciy thecity
city ciy recorder rcrer to carry ear out his plans plansthere planstere plansthere
there tere will w1 be a series of delays In Instraightening Instightening instraightening
straightening stightening the difficulties difcule which will willprobably wl willprobably
probably prbablY result reul In keeping the names namesof naes naesof namesof
of these candidates cndidates off of the tickets tckets alto altogether alo alogthe altogether ¬
gether gthe unless unl6 on the very ver day before beforeelection beforeelecton beforeelection
election electon the candidates cndidates are ar able able through througha throughn
a n mandamus appeal appel to compel compl the te re recorder recrer rocorder ¬
corder crer to place the names on the te ticket ticketHeretofore tcket ticketHeretofore
Heretofore Hertofore City Ciy Recorder J B More Moreton Mlr Moreton
ton t has acted 3cte honorably honorblY In receiving the thenames thenames thenames
names of candidates cnldate calling clng attention attentionto atenton atentonto
to any irregularities Irreglartes and assisting asistng the thecommittees te tecommitees thecommittees
committees commitees of each ech political poltcal party in inmaking Inmaking Inmaking
making corrections corcton but yesterday he hereceived herceIved hereceived
received rceIved his orders orers from the Inner circle circleto cIrle cIrleto
to the effect efect that he and the te city at attorney attrey attorney ¬
torney trey were depended upon to serve servetheir sere sereteIr servetheir
their teIr party paty by keeping koplng the te names of the theother theother theother
other candidates cndidates off of the ticket ticketLaw ticket ticketLaw
Law Is Plain PlainAs PlaInAs PlainAs
As the matter mater now stands stnds City At Attorney Attorey Attorney ¬
torney torey Dininny Dlnnny has informed Infored the city cityrecorder ciy ciyrcorder cityrecorder
recorder rcorder that the te filings of the council councilmanic counci councilmanic
manic maic tickets tcleet by the Democrats Democat In ev every ever cvcry ¬
cry er precinct prcnc and the Republican Republcn ticket ticketfor tcket tcketfor ticketfor
for two precincts precinct are Illegal The law lawregarding lawrgarding lawregarding
regarding rgarding the te filing fUng of tickets tckets Is plain plainIn
In that it shall Iha1 be liberally lberly construed construedIt cnstred
It I provides prvides that the city ciy recorder rcorer shall shallbe shanbe shallbe
be the final fnal Judge as to whether he can canplace cn cnplae canplace
place plae the names nmes on the tickets tckets The Thecity Thect Thecity
city ct recorder recorer at 6 oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesteray yesterayaferoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aferoon sent set the filings fings to the city clyat clyattorey at attorney attorney ¬
torney torey for an a opinion as to their legal legality legl leglIy legalIty ¬
ity Iy with wit the understanding undertnding through throughthe thrugh thrughtho
the orders of J E Darmer that they theywere theywere theywere
were to be pronounced pronounce Illegal Iegl The city cityrecorder ciy ciyrcorder cityrecorder
recorder rcorder has ha fortyeight foryeight working hours hoursIn
In which to send to the te city attorney attorneyfor atorey atoreytor
for an a opinion opinionThis opinionThIs opinionThis
This would take tke until unt Wednesday for forthe torthe forthe
the recorder to get his answer Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the law will wi allow alow until unt Friday for the therecorder te terecore therecorder
recorder recore to mall mal notices notces to the candi candidates cndi cndidates candidates ¬
dates These Thee notices notce could not possibly possiblyreach posiblyrach possiblyreach
reach rach the candidates cndidates until uot Saturday Saturdayand Saturdayad
and ad on that day the district distrct court cour will willbe w1 willbe
be closed This scheme leaves leaveM Monday MondayNov MondayNov < nday ndayNov
Nov 1 03 a the last day on which the themandamus themadamus themandamus
mandamus madamus proceedings proceeings can be brought broughtand brught broughtand
and ad the te success succes of Banners Darers scheme sheme lies liessolely le liessolely
solely slely on his ability abUt to bring about a ahitch ahich ahitch
hitch hich In the prcedigs proceedings on the day be before b btor before ¬
fore tor election electionIt electon electonI
It I was wa learned leared last lat night that there therewas tere terewas therewas
was a a stormy story Interview between the thecity thecty thecity
city cty chairman cairan and the te city recorder rcorder and andRecorder andRecorer andRecorder
Recorder Recorer Moreton Morton flatly faty refused to be beused beued beused
used ued as a tool In the class cas of politics politicswhereby poltc politicswhereby
whereby werby Darmer Darer hopes to change chan cer certain certn certam ¬
tain tn tam defeat detet Into Ito victory victor Moreton oreon Is a acandidate acdidate acandidate
candidate cdidate for the city ciy council cunci from frm the theFirst te teFt theFirst
First Ft precinct prcinct and Inasmuch as a Dar Darmer Darmer Datiner ¬
mer is czar In the political pltcl organiza organization oraniza oranizaton organization ¬
tion ton he holds the club cub over Moreton MoretonWhich Moretonch Morotonwhich
Which ch he believes beleves will w1 be effective eteUvc In Incompelling incompelng Incompelling
compelling compelng his aid In the plot plotCity plotCity plotCity
City Attorney Atorey Dininny Is not cred credited credIt credIted ¬
ited It with wIt sense sese enough to know or care careabout careabout
about aout the order from frm the city ciy chairman chairmanand chairan chairanad
and ad he can c be trusted truste to do his share shar of oftho ofthe
the work without asking any questions
SCHE BE WOMENS WOINS RELIEF RELIF CORPS CORP of the theQ theG thea
Q A A R n entertained the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the J B McKean ltcKean post last night at atthe atthe atthe
the quarters quares In the Odd Fellows Felas hall hallIt hal hallIt
It I was a a social evening with wih re refreshments refeshment refreshmonts ¬
freshments feshment card playing and a gen senoral general
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Childrens Cidrens and Misses Coats one
fourth off of at Z C M 1 I See Seepage page 6 6Greatest 6o ZCreatest
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department deprent of the F J Hill Hl Drug Dr Goa Goastore GO cOastore
store stor in Salt St Lake L City Cty the te past pat patwer pastwere week weekwere
were wer occasioned ocioned by the sale sle of that wim WOn n
dorful doru beautifier beufer Madame Made Rapports
WorldRenowned WordRenled F Tac4 Bleach RUPPrtl > it tHtia tHtiagreatly It Itgreatly
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of the functions of th the white corpuscles to toattack toattack
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blood pure and to enable it to destroy and andeliminate andruminate
eliminate all blood poisons impurities and andgerms andgerms
germs and thus protect the system from frominvasion rzrnInvasion
invasion by disease it very often happens happensthat
that the blood becomes so overloaded with withvarious withvarious
various impurities and bacteria that It te teutterly iautterly
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ECZEMA ECZEMAAttorney CURABLEPREN CURABLEPRENAttorney
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him In thirty days after thirtrtwo thirtrtwoyears thIrty4woyears
years of sufferingFor suffering sufferingXFor
XFor For 32 years writes Attorney Sa Satrlken n ntniken
trlken I was troubled with o ona onascabs a a ascabs
scabs all over my face body and head haodI
I could run a hair brush over my m feedy feedyand dy dyand
and the floor would be covered with withscales vithscales
scales enough to fill a basket I tried triedeverything tiedoverythIngalveS
everything overythIngalveS Calves internal medicine rnetUolneXRay medicineXRayall
XRay XRayall all without result resultJust rosultJust
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pletely cured I have not a pactiele of ofitch ofitch
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our attention and always that fnsftint fnsftintrelief istntrelief
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The American Amerc party part has ha completed completedarrangements completedarangment completedarrangements
arrangements arangment for the te biggest Kearnsrally Kearns Iearnsraly Kearnsrally
rally raly of the campaign cmpaIg for next Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day evening at the African Arian Methodist MethodistEpiscopal MethodistEpIscopal MethodistEpiscopal
Episcopal church The speakers spekers as asannounced asannounce asannounced
announced announce by largo handbills landbll will wl be beMayor belIa beMayor
Mayor lIa or J S Bransford Brnsford J E Darmer DarmerMartin Darer DarerMartn DarmerMartin
Martin Martn E Mulvey Archie Arcie Brandt Brndtthe BrndttheRev the theRev theRev
Rev John W H Morris of the A M E Echurch Echurch Echurch
church and Attorney AtoreyLwrence Lawrence Marsh MarshThe MamhThe MarshThe
The audience will wi be made up solely solelyof
of negroes negroesWith negroesVlth negroesWith
With this array ary of prominent Amer American AmerIcn Amerlean ¬
lean Icn party workers workrs Is Included the thename thename thename
name of the Rev J A Magett Iaget pastor pastorof
of Calvary Calva Baptist Baptst church but the te pas pastor pa paztor ¬
tor of that church churc has Informed J E EDarmer EDarer EDarmer
Darmer Darer chairman chairan of the American Americanparty Aericn Aericnparty Americanparty
party city ciy committee commitee that tat he will wi prob probably prb prbabl probably ¬
ably abl be unable to attend attendThe atend atendThe attendThe
The African Methodist Metodist Episcopal Episcopalchurch Episcopalchurc Episcopalchurch
church churc where tho to th rally raly will vU be held is isin IsIn IsIn
in Sixth Sith South street steet between Second Secondand Secnd Secndand Secondand
and Third East streets and tho con contract contrct contract ¬
tract trct for the use ue of the auditorium oudltru has hasbeen hasbeen
been signed siged by J E Darmer Darer city citychairman ciy ciychairan citychairman
chairman chairan of the American Aericn party pary who whohas Whohas whohas
has alsQ engaged a refreshment and en entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
tertainment committees commitees on which whichmany whichmany whichmany
many of the prominent women of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church will wi serve sere Music will wi be fur furnished furnished furfished ¬
nished by a negro nego quartette quarete and selec selections slec slectons selections ¬
tions tons will wi be Interspersed interspere among the thespeeches thespeeches thespeeches
speeches to bo delivered deliveredMayor delvered delveredMayor deliveredMayor
Mayor Bransford Is advertised advertsed to de deliver delver dcliver ¬
liver lver the principal prlnclpladdrcss address of the te even evening evening evening ¬
ing and Darmer Damer comes next net Archie ArchieBrandt ArchieBrandt ArchieBrandt
Brandt will w1 also alo speak speak and a few tc re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks will wi be delivered delvered by Rev Mor Morris 1Ir 1Irrs Morri ¬
ris rs ri pastor of the church Lawrence LawrenceMarsh Lawnce LawrenceMarsh
Marsh Marh a young negro attorney atorey who whoarrived whoarved whoarrived
arrived arved In Salt Sal Lake recently rcenty from the theeast te teeast theeast
east east has been ben Invited invie to supplement supplementtho
tho remarks reark of Judge Darmer DarmerNeither D DarmerNeither rn er erNetherpalns
Neither Netherpalns pains nor nor expense have been beenspared ben benspare beenspared
spared spare to make the rally rly one of the themost te temost themoat
most enjoyable ejoyable of recent rent years and nd ad admission aqmision admission ¬
mission mision Including refreshments rfrhment and the theopportunity theopportunity theopportunity
opportunity of hearing Mayor Brans Bransford Brns Brnsford Bransford
ford and ad M E Mulvey will wf be free to toall toal toall
all al with wih a n special snelnl Invitation Inviaton to the col colored colored colored ¬
ored voters v ters of ofSalt Salt Slt Lake LakeThe Lke Lkelhe LakeTile
The lhe committee commitee In charge c rge of arrange arrangements arrngoments ¬
ments ment for the rally rly has endeavored arpngc arpngcment d to toprocure toprcure toprocure
procure prcure the services serices of Detective DetectiveGeorge Detectve DetectveGerge DetectiveGeorge
George Gerge Sheets as one of the speakers speakersbut
but In his efforts efort to maintain maintin order orderwhile orderwhile rderwhie
while whie performing his duties dtes as collector collectorfor colector colectorfor
for the party pary campaign campag Mr r Sheets Seets Is Isextremely i iextremel Isextremely
extremely busy every ever evening It I is ispossible Isposible ispossible
possible posible however that the te well wel known knownpolice knownpolice
police polee offlcier ofcler will wi bo b able to deliver delver an anaddress anaddrss anaddress
address addrss of a few words between the thespeeches thespeches thespeeches
speeches speches of Mayor Bransford Brn ford and aId M E EMulvoy EMUlvey EMulvoy
Mulvoy The handbills handbis prepared to ad advertise adverts advertise ¬
vertise verts the rally r1r bear handsome por ¬
traits tis of Mayor Bransford and Alder Alderman Alderma Alderman ¬
man ma Mulvey but owing to the uncer ¬
tainty tnty of getting gttng Detective Detectve Sheets to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak omitted his hi photograph photogph was necessarily necelmrly
Ar AMERICAN fRICAN RALY RALYIS RALLY RALLYIS
IS DRY AFAI AFFAIR AFFAIRSpeakers
Speakers Read From Musty MustyManuscripts MustyM MustyManuscripts
Manuscripts M Until Unt Audience AudienceStarts AudienceStarts AudienceStarts >
Starts Home HomeA
A few of the faithful rathful gathered gathere at atAmerican atAmerlrAn atAmerirnn
American nartv headquarters in West WestSecond West WestSecond
Second South street Saturday night for forone torone forone
one of the regulation reglaton rallies rUles evi ¬
dently expecting expectng something someting worth worthwhile wortbwhie worthwhile
while whie Many of them however were wereout werenut werenut
nut to tl sleep by the two speakers speak rs each eacho eachoe achot
o ot wQom wlom om clung cl closely ° sely to manuscript manuscriptand s Jpt Jptand
and delved celvcd into history histor In an mau8c effort eu rto to togot togot
got something sometIng which would enable them
to put themselves theselves In a good ennle light lght The Themeeting T Tmeetng rameeting
meeting meetng was wa the te dryest drest dryestwhiclj which has hasbeen been
held yet by the aggregation aggegaton and little Utte
interest was manifested manIested In the various varlols
features of the program enthusiasm
being noticeable noUfabje by progam its is absence absenceJoseph absenceJoseph absenceJoseph
Joseph M M Cohen vice president of
the American club presided In the Ab Absence b bsence bsenee ¬
sence of President A A J Weber and andafter andafer andafter
after afer a solo by Mrs CorInne Harris Harrls
Hammer introduced George M Sullivan Sullivanaa
SuUvan SuUvana
aa a tho first frst speaker He said saId he had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not Intended intende to take an active actve part in inth inthA InthA
th thA nrpsflnt campaign rampalg but he was per persuaded persuaded persuaded ¬
suaded by President Pesident Weber to say saysomfifhinsr saysomAhnR saysoniethnw
somfifhinsr somAhnR after ater Mr Weber had hd pre prepared prepred prepared ¬
pared pred a speech for him hi which was wassimply wassimply wassimply
simply a review of previous cam campaigns campaigns campaigne ¬
paigns the speaker speker supplementing supplementng this thisb
by b another address delivered delverld over ov r a ayear ayear ayear
year ago agoAfter agoAter agoAfter
After Ater the speaker speker had waded through throughthese throughthese throughthose
these documents in an effort efort to get getsomething getstmethlng getsomething
something stmethlng to interest the audience audlf c the thedrum thedrum thedrum
drum corps quartet tried tred to enliven enlivenmatters enlven enlvenmters enlivenmatters
matters mters by singing sln ng a parody pa dy on the thesacred thesacred thesacred
sacred melody melo y Theres a 0 Land Lnd That Is IsFairer IsFairer IsFairer
Fairer Than Day which however fell fellentlrelv fel fellentirely
entirely entrelv flat flatJ flat
J W Wovinnnv lTlnnRV candidate candidate for coun council counci cooncli ¬
cil ci from the First ward was introduced introducedas
as the second speaker speakerpf of the evening eveningand eveningand eveningand
and after afer prefacing his bI remarks remlrl by bysaying byflng bysaying
saying flng that the party pary was not wag waging wagIng wagin ¬
ing in a contest against agolrit religion relgl n or any anysoecial anyspecal anysoeclal
soecial specal class of people he proceeded proceededto
to wade through a lengthy lenghy manuscript manuscriptcontniriirttr monuscrlpt monuscrlptcontnl manuscriptcontninii
contniriirttr contnl lnl several more extracts from fromsermons fromserons fromsermons
sermons serons cutting cuttng it i short when the theaudience theaudience theaudience
audience started to go o home The Thechairman Thechnlrman Thechairman
chairman chnlrman then announced another anotherraootlntr anotherme anothermeUn
raootlntr me Un2 for Monday T night night and the thegatheringbroke thegtherIngbroke thegathenlngIrokCUP
anI
gatheringbroke gtherIngbroke up 0
MURDOCH WINS BIG CROWD AT THEATRE
Continued qQntlnued Contlnuedfrom from frm Page 1 1Star 1I 1Star
Star tions tionsJames Str tons tonsJaes Spangled Banner BaDer and ad other selec selections selee eclecDcvIne ¬
James Jaes Devine Devine chairman charman of the te meeting meetingwas meetng meetngWa
was Wa Introduced Introuced by Fred Fed red C Loofbourow Loofbourowchairman LofoUrow LofoUrowchalran Loofbotirowchairman
chairman chalran of the city ciy Republican Republc com committee cornmlttee ¬
mittee mltee and Mr Devine Devne said saidIn
In this the tIe closing days dya of the te munici municipal munic municipal ¬
pal pl campaign campalp It I is fit and proper that thatthe tat tattheren thatthe
the theren men whom the Republican Rpublcn party pary have havenominated havenominated havenominated
nominated to represent raplsent you should be beheard b beheard
heard from on matters maters that pertain pertin to tothe tothe tothe
the Interests Intert of the people of this city ciy
AVe Ve have with wih us this tis evening Senator SenatorGeorge SenatorGeorge SenatorGeorge
evening
George Sutherland Sterand who has hI always had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the happy faculty faculy of saying the right righttiling rght rghtthing rightthing
thing at the right time timeor Im or r as I his oppo opponents oppo opponents ¬
nents right nent rght time timeWe tme tmeWe timeVe consider it It It the wrong won thing ting at 1t the theright te terght theright
We have with wt us our candidate for formayor tormayor formayor
mayor James D Murdoch Mu och In whom every everyman ever everyman
man In this city whether he be going to tovote tovote tovote
vote for him or not has absolute con confld confdnce con11dnce
fld fdnce 11dnce ° nce as a to his qualifications for fo that thatexalted thatealed thatexalted
quolfcatons
exalted ealed office ofice He is sufficiently zmflcenty familiar familiarwith famiar famiarwth familiarwith
with wth the gret work of this tis municipal municipalcorporation municipalcrortion mUniCipalcorporation
corporation crortion and the public pUblc orks that it ithas
has hI in hand at the present preset time tme that I Iam Ia Iam
am a sure on election electon day the people will wi
feel and Indicate by their voles Ot6 their theiropinion theiropinion theiropinion
opinion of his eminent qualifications quallCUons for forthat forthat forthat
that office I now take pleasure pleure ladies ladiesand tadlesand ladiesand
and gentlemen gentemen in Introducing Introducig to you Mr
Murdoch the next mayor of this city cityNext cItyNext cityNext
Next Mayor Introduced IntroducedThe IntroducedTe
The Te mention menton of thp thl name of James D
Murdoch Mlroh drew drEw forth forh a round of applause applauaoand applausoond
and ond when Mr Devine referred refEre to him as a
the t e next mayor of Salt Sal Lake the approv approval ¬
al of the vast audience audence was again mani man 1 ¬
fested festedMr f6td festedMr
Mr Murdoch Muroch went straight to the point pointof
of his message to the people of Salt Sal Lake Lke
launching Into his series of statistics statisticsevery statisticsevery
every ever figure rlgr of which was eloquent sttstc with
the story of robbery robber and betrayal betayal of trust trustIn tst wih
on the part of the American party organi
zaton zation Mr Murdoch said pary orgni
In appearing appearng before befor you ou this evening
I desire desir to call cal your our attention atenton to some
things that have happened in Salt Lake Lakesince L Lakesince ke kesince
since I became bcame a resident In Sat 1900 19 The Thefirst
first first thing I desire desIr to take up however
Is the now somewhat famous bill bi of P J JMoran Jrorn Jiorsn
Moran rorn for repairing reparng the wooden stave staveoutlet staveoutet staveoutlet
outlet outet pipe pip to the Intercentinir IntercDtnl sewer The Thacontract Thecontract Thecontract
contract for this pipe was wasIet let to t the the theCampbell
Campbell Campbel Building Buiding company at a a cost of oft ofsI
sI t per linear lnear foot toot and the total length lengthof
of this pipe pl was something Smething like lke 4473 44i feet feetmaking feet feetmaking
making the total cost of this pipe plp about aboutJ18000 abut
J18000 J18000After 18000After 80
After the pipe pip was placed In service servicethere srIce srIcether servicethere
there ther were quite Quie a number numbr of leaks that thatdeveloped thatdevelopd thatdeveloped
developed which In my opinion were werecaused Wre Wrecausd werecaused
caused causd by b the fact that the plans plas and andspecifications andspelflcatons andspecificallons
specifications spelflcatons did not provide provde for air airvalves airvalves airvalves
valves to be placed on the top of this pipe pipeat
at intervals Interals along its Is length Six air airvalves airvalves airvalves
valves have since sinc been put In place by bythe bythe bYthe
the board br of public publc works work which are ofgreat of otgeat ofgreat
great geat advantage ad1mtge In intpop the operation rllon of the thepumps thepumps thepumps
pumps In eliminating the shocks shock Incident Incidentto
to the collection coleclon of air ar in all al pumping pumpingop pumpingoperatons op operations operations ¬
erations eratons whether In the he pumps them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves or In the discharge pipes connected connectedtherewith connectd connectdthrewlth connectedtherewith
therewith therewithAfter threwlthAter therewithAfter
After Ater considerable considerable delay the te contract contractbetween contrct contrctbetmHm contractbetween
between the city ciy and the Campbell Campbel Build Building Buid BuidIng Buildlag ¬
I ing company was annulled annuled and the the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter placed placd In the hands of the board of ofpublic orpublc ofpublic
public publc works after reinforcing reinforCng with con concrete concrete concrete ¬
crete about ninety feet of the pipe under underand underJd underand
and Jd adjacent adacnt to the O S L Ltack tracks which whichwas w Icl
was necessary necessar and about the only quick quickremedy quickremey quickremedy
remedy remey that tat could cotId be b applied apl ed The mat matter matter ¬
ter was taken t ken outof o out t or the theMnd hands h ndi of the theboard th thboard
board oard of 01 public publo works and out of the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the city ciy engineer r by a few coun counciimen counclmen councilmen
ciimen and the mayor who went over overthe overthe overthe
clmen the ground gound and gave P J Moran Morn verbal verbalorders verbalorders verbalorders
orders to proceed proced to reinforce the leaky leakyportion leakyporiion
portion oron of oc t t4 e pine p 1e with 1lth concrete concreteNot con rte rteNot
4 Not Authorized by Council CouncilThis Counci CounciThis
This matter mattr so far as I am aware awarehas awarehas
has not to this day been authorized by bythe bythe bythe
the city ciy council counel and consequently consequenty is ab absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely illegal Iel The city has ha about 56000 56000balonglng 600 600belonging
belonging to the Campbell Campbel Building Buiding com company compy cornpuny ¬
belongng puny and could culd have hove made the repairs repairsthat repairsthat repairsthat
py that were r necessary ncessar by replacing replacng the de defective defecthe defective ¬
fective staves with wt new ones at small smallexpense smallexpense
expense xpens and deducted deucted the cost from the thebalance thebalance thebalance
balance due the th Campbell Campbel Building Buiding com company company cornpany ¬
pany By By Ignoring Igoring the plans and specifi specifications SPQcl spQcIflcations ¬
cations and making makng the repairs In the way waythey waythey waythey
ctons they have done they reialrs have relieved releved the thaCampbell theCampbell
Campbell Campbel Building Buiding company compay of all al re responsibility r responslbIllty ¬
sponsibility and are ar owing them th m the te bal balance balance ¬
sponsibity
ance due without wihout any deduction deducton what whatever whateer whatever ¬
ever anc There were 1363 13 feet of pipe rein reinforced rin rinforced reinforced ¬
forced and the figures which I shall shl1 now nowgive nowgive nowgive
give are obtained 1grs from the te board of pub public publie ¬
lie lc works w ar rls Inspector fnape tor and from Mr lIr Mo Morans Morns Mo1raTs
raTs rns bill billThe bi billThe
The board or puonc pUDla h worKS WOfK inspector inspectorreports IWlJWrports iiipureports
reports rports for foremen formen J5D6S2 38 Mr Morans Moransbill Moransbi
bill was 511O32 1105 Ir 52 making a cost for each eachlinear eah eahlinear eachlinear
linear bi foot fot of pipe reinforced 81 cents centsLabor cent centsLabor
Labor the public publc works work Inspector inspcctor J3 5
72525 Lbor labor from Mr Moran orn s bill bi 8 83G7 8276Th
37075 52 cost per foot toot 614 61 Yet the te original originalcontract originaleon originalcontract
3G7 contract eon was at It the rate of 4 4 per foot footThat footThat
That trc Is for labor lalr alone alor the cost c st Is 214 214a
a foot greater grter than tho original contract contractCement contractprice
pric price priceCement Cement board of public publc works in inspector Inspetor Inspector
spector Cment 2781 boar sacks sack cost Jl07460 1f746 while whileMorans whie whieMorans whileMorans
Morans spetor bill 71 calls cals for 750 75 barrels barels at a acost acost acost
cost of 188750 US7i1 bi < o ot at t tha th rate of 145 perfoot perfoot
foot for frcurneat frcurneatTeems csynent csynentTeams
Teams Tma cen o5 3323 by bthe the Inspector Inspotor Mrorls MrIorsfl5
ilorana Iorsfl5 b bfiT T J4S2EO J4S2EOCarpenter iS250Carpenter
orls Carpenter carenter bi by tSr Inspector JGo 05 Mr ltr MO MOacs Moran Moran
4203 4203Machii1St
ran
Machinist acs 2 by Inspector Inspctor 59 9 machin machinist
ist t Mr Morans MoransbU Tilll 147 147Plumber 11 11Plumbr 147Plumber
Plumber Plumbr by bylnspector inspector 1313 plumber plumberMrMoran623 plumberlIr4Moran plumberMr
MrMoran623 MrMoran623Xlason Mr Moran t62 625 625S
lIr4Moran Xlason inspector 9 Mr Mpran 9 9Now 9Now 9Now
S Now tsoni the thetotal total account accout Mr1pn of ofthe the board of ofpublic orpublll ofpublic
public works w rks totl Inspector Is 847530 453 Mr MrMorans Mrtorans MrMorns
inspctor
publll net netdiffbrence netdlff netdlff
123752 making a
Morns torans bill bi says U3175
diffbrence dlff rence of 383222
Pat Morans
According to Mr Morans bill bi there therewas thereWIS therewas
was 43000 feet of lumber at ot a cost of
WIS 114640 There was 62000 62000pounds pounds of ofreinforced otreinforced ofreinforced
reinforced 160 Tere steel at a cost of 2108 2108gravel 2108Arael 2108gravel
gravel and Band sond 1420 cubic yards yardsJl
Arael Jl 1420 420 labr at shops cutting cuttng and andhandling andhandlng andhandling
handling steel rods and making wooden woodenboxes woodenboxes woodenhazes
handlng boxes for air valves valves 300 0O days lays 600 600watchmen 600watchthen i iwntchnen
watchmen 116 11 days J2307f 2307 The Theboardof Thebo Thehoardof
boardof bo wntchnen d public publcworlcs publlcWbrks US works inspector IDstector Informs Informsus InforJs InforJsus inforzpsus
us that there ther were men working workingpumpingwater worklngi worktngputhpthWater
i pumpingwater nlghfand nlg ttand day dY conse consequently conseQueIty consequently ¬
quently QueIty there tlioreCoUldflPi couldrnpthav could 1t llaVcbeeo lavebeeTi been much muchuse muchue muchusP
use for watchmen watchmenVfransferring watc watchmenTransferring men menTnsfering
usP Transferring labor from and nd to towork towore townrk
work Tnsfering as requires 185 186 days ays J370 37Dnak 37Dnakjngatotal 1Dpiak mak makins I
wore ins i jngatotal a total a of 1779010 1uJ to which must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be ftiotal added 15 f1190 per cent for icir supervision supervisionamounting supervisionumountng supervisionxnount1ng
amounting to 5266852a 266852 2668 52a a total totl pre presented presented presented ¬
umountng sented to the city ciy council counci by Mr Moran Moranof
of 20j458J57r or 15 5 per foot forre forrepairing tor forropairing ro ropalring ¬
pairing 205807o a aU 4 per foot pipe In pie e ab absence absence sbsenco ¬
sence palring of definite Instructions Instructons from fromany fromanysource any anysource anysource
source 1f whatever defnite because as I have havesaid h1ve h1vesaid havesaid
said the board boord of public publc works was wasleft wasleft
left lef out of the reckoning reckoningSome reckoningSome reckoningSome
Some Interesting Interestng InterestlngFigUres InterestlngFigUresThe Figures FiguresThe
The he Inspector who was w looking after afterthe afer afterthe I
the work on the gas producer plant plantwhere plantwhere plantwhCre
where the mixture of concrete concr e was 61 61to 6 6to 1 1to
to 1 gave instructions to Mr Morans Moranssuperintendent Moranssuperintendent Moranssuperintendent
superintendent to put inthe same mix mixture mlxturp mixturp ¬
turp of o concrete concree Mr lf Morans lorans bill bi as asI asI 1 1I
I have already lread sale calls cls for 750 bar barrels barrela ¬ I Irels
sn
rels of cement which is equivalent to I
of cement multiplied multipliedby I Iby
111 cubic yards multpUed
by 11 6 gives 731 cubic yards ards of f sand slnd and andgravel ard ardgavel andgravel
gravel 721 plus 111 11 makes mkes 832 cubic cubicyards cubicyards cubicyards
yards gavel of otdry 72 dry mixture mixtur It I takes 14 14cubic 14 14cubic 14cubic
cubic yards of dry dr mixture to make one onecubic onecubic onecubio
cubic yard of concrete They claim claimthero claimthere claimthero
thero were 1100 cubic yards of con concrete concrete concrete ¬
crete used Now according to tothe the mix mixture mixture mixtune ¬
ture given glveny y the Inspector there were wereonly wereonly wereonly
only 691 cubic yards ards Thus we save In Inone Inone Inone
one Item alone 5000 55000The 5000The 5000The
The other horn of the dilemma diemma now nowpreseJnta nowpresdts nowpresthits
preseJnta itself ItacI If I they used 1420 cubic cubicyards cubicyards cubicyards
presdts yards of sandand sand and graveland graVeFDDd150 750bar d750barrels 750barrels bar barrels
rels of cement then lhen the mixtur mixture In Instead instead 1nstead ¬
stead of being 6J 6 i to 1 was wasi3to 13 3 to 1 and andwas andwas andwas
was not worth orthQny anything hlng atJ t J all nl If Ifthey ifthey
they used 62000 pounds of reinforcing1 reinforcing1steel re1nforclnst reInforc1ngsteelthO7Clim
steel st steelthO7Clim el aa they U e claim c lm then thetheyut they he t put p t tV In Int
V
7
five bands per lineal foot of pipe or orin orf orIn
in other words lnea the reinforcing steel steelwas steeWI Steel Steelwas
was less than than wors two tW te Incbes apart ap8rt Yet YetIn YetIn YetIn
WI In the wooden wood n stave stve pipe itself itel they theyare theyare theyare
are te placed from froi 71 7 i to 12 Inches apart apartand apa apartand t
and amply strong because becuse of the to fact factthat factthat factthat
that there are 3000 feet of the original originalstave originalstve originalstave
stave pipe ddlng good service at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
ierlc
stve present lime If as they claim claim there therewere therewere therewere
tme I a
were 43000 feet of lumber used then thenthey thenthcy thenthey
they used 31 feet of lumber pe per > r lineal linealfoot lneal lnealfoot linealfoot
foot of pipe repaired repairedMr
repaired
Mr Gowans said before the thE investi investiEating lie iaraztigating t
Eating committee that the city ciy engineer engineertold
gatng told him commitee to put Iut the concrete around engneer engneertold the thewooden tle tlewooden thewooden
wooden stave pipe pipe under the Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line tracks two feet thick and andat andat andat
at other places eighteen inches on bot bottom bottom hottorn ¬
tom eighteen Inches on sides and andtwentyfour andtwentyfour andtwentyfour
twentyfour inches on top Gentlemen Gentlementhey Gentemen Gentementhey Gentlementhey
they might as well eU have put it 1 twenty twentyfour twentyfou twentyfour
four fou feet on the top so the people could couldhare couldhave couldhave
have seen it forever as a monumental monumentalpiece
piece of folly toly Mr Kelsey said In the thecommittee thecommitee thecommittee
committee room that he gave no In Instructions i instructions ¬
structions commitee whatever in regard to this thismatter thismtter thismatter
matter stuctons When this bill bi first came cme be before betore before ¬
mtter fore the city council counci and nd was under underdiscussion underdiscussion underdiscussion
discussion ciy Mr Kelsey was Ws asked askedwhether alte altewhether azlcewhether
whether he approved of this method of ofremedying1 atremedying ofremedying
remedying the defects that had de developed developed developed ¬
veloped in tho pipe and he answered answeredNo
No o sir I did not notHomer notHomer
Homer Read not cost clerk cf rk to Mr MrMoran MrMoran MrMoran
Moran falling failng to appear on Saturday Saturdaylast Sturday Sturdaylat
last lat before the te committee commitee as a promised promisedby
by Mr Gowans the day before bel ore the com committee commitee cornmittee ¬
mittee adjourned till ti Monday and re requested requested requested ¬
mitee
quested Mr Rives of the city cty recorders recordersoffice recorder recordersoffice
office otfce to write wrie Mr Moran oran to kindly kindlyhave kIndlyhave kindlyhave
have Mr Read appear appear before the com committee commitee cornmittee ¬
mittee at 9 a m on Monday Mr Read Readstill Rea Readstill
still sti mitee failing taIng a to attend atend the committee committeeconsidered commitee commiteeconsidered committeeconsIdered
considered the te matter mater under investiga investigation Investg ¬
tion and unanimously resolved to re report report report ¬
port ton to to the council counci that the bill bi be de denied denied deflied ¬
nied and all al the papers in the case caseMr cse cseted casefiled
filed
ted Mr Raybould Mr Hall and myself myselfsigned mysel myselfsigned
signed sige the report reporMr reportMr Mr Black Bak and Mr MrMartin Mr1IA1ln MrTRrt1fl
Martin 1IA1ln anoarently experienced a change changeof chang
I of riea heart nnnaretv and iid disappeared dsappeared experence Mr Fernstrom Fernstromwas Ferstrom I Iwa
was not present at the last lat two meetings meetingsof meetngs meetngsof
of wa the committee commitee The chair ruled rled there therewas therewa therewas
was nothing before the house the te report reportnot repr reportnot
not wa being bing signed sige by a majority majorty of the thecommittee thecomitee thecommittee
committee comitee Mr Fernstrom Ferstom who was wa pres present present preseat ¬
ent could have signed signe this report but did didnot didnot didnot
not and thus the matter ma ter would have haveended haveended ave aveended
not ended until Mr tr Moran took the matter matterInto mater materInto matterinto
Into court court unt where wher his hi wltneaes wlte1swouldhave wlte1swouldhavetesti witneseswouldhave witneseswouldhavetestified would have havetestified
testified testi d under oath oath and be bEn be4n n subjected subjectedto subjte
to to crossexamination thsu t Mr Moran Moranand Morn Mornand Moranand
and crossealnaton the city ciy as a well would u have had hadwhatthey hadwbattear hadwhatthey
whatthey wbattear are both bot Justly justy entitled entitlethtoa entitlethtoasquare ntted to toa a asquare
square sqtare deal no more mor no less lessSome 1 1Some 1es3Some
Some seven or eight years yeas ago ao I was wasa
a 0 member of the board of public publc works worksThere worksTere worksThere
There Tere was a contractor controctor who had been beenawarded ben benawarde beenawarded
awarded awarde a a contract cntrt and was very ver anxious anxiousto
to proceed with wih his work work but the board boarddeclined boarddeclne bearddeclined
declined declne to Issue the order for the reason reasonthere reasonther reasonthere
there ther was a standing stnding orer resolution resolutln of the thecouncil thecouncl thecouncil
council councl in the way This This resolution resoluton read readabout red redabout readabout
of ofthe otte ofthe
about as follows When en 75 per cent
the te abutters abuttr portion porton of any improvement improvementhas
has been ben paid Into the city treasury traui the thecity theciy thecity
city ciy treasurer tresurer will wi notify notfy the board of ofpublic otublc ofnubile
public ublc works wurks when the board boad of public publicworks pUblc pUblcwork publicworks
works work will wi issue their order to the con contractor contractor contractor ¬
tractor to proceed with wih the work workAt work workAt
At the next meeting meetng of the Cty city Ity council councilstanding cancl cciinoilstanding
standing stnding resolution resoluton so and so was amend amended aend aende ¬
ed to read rea 25 2 per cent instead of 75 5 per percent percent percent
cent cent e The board was wo then notified hoUfiedby hoUfiedbythe by bythe bythe
the treasurer treaurer that 25 2 per cent had been beenpaid ben benpaid beenpaid
paid In In and the order to the contractor contractorwas
was given Some time tme later the th conditions condi condltons conditions ¬
tions tons gven changed chaed Winter WIntr was wa approaching approachingand
and the board of public Iublc works was w s very verydesirous ver verydesirous
desirous that tat tilts tll same contractor contracor should shouldproceed shouldproced shouldproceed
proceed proced with another Job and Issued their theirorder theirorrer theirorder I
order orrer accordingly But the contractor contractorwas I
was neither ready rady nor willing wllng to proceed proceedand
and did not proceed with wih the work work The Theboard Te Teboard Theboard
board urged urfd the theontactor on tractor paid no at attention attenton attention ¬
tention tenton The council counci moved that standing standingresolution standlnl standingresolution
resolution resoluton so and so be b amended to f read
76 per pr cent instead InstNd of 25 2 per cent c nt The Theboard Theboar Theboard
board boar was snubbed snubb and sat upon as asusual asusual asusual
usual by the council councilCottonwood counci councilCottonwood
Cottonwood Cotonwood Conduit Case CaseMost CaseMost CaseMost
Most of you no doubt remember rem mber the theclaim thecaim theclaim
claim caim for 9000 90 recommended re by the city citycouncil citycounci citycouncil
council counci for bonus to Mr lr Moran Morn for forcom forcompletn com completing cornpleting ¬
pleting pletn the Cottonwood Cotonwood conduit ahead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the time tme specified specied in the contract contrct Ezn EznThompson EznThompsn EzriThompson
Thompson Thompsn who was mayor moyor at the time timesubmitted tme tmesubmitte timPsubmitted
submitted submitte the proposition prpositon to the city ciy at attorney attorey attorney ¬
torney torey who rendered rndered a 1 decision d lslon that tbt Mr MrMoran MrMoran MrMoran
Moran was entitled entted to J2700 270 Mr Moian Moianand Molan Molanand Moianand
and his friends tends if the council counci said sold 9000 2000Or 9000or 0
or fight fght That subborn subbor stalwart stalwart hign hignmlnded hlghminded hignminded
minded mayor Ezra Thompson TqorOson said 2700 2700or 270
or fight flht Mr 3torai llora Trent wet into court court had hada
a trial tral and took 2700 20 and seemed to ba basatisfied b bsUsfipd besatisfied
satisfied sUsfipd because the case was ws not tQt ap appealed appealt appeated ¬
pealed pealedSome pealt peatedSome
Some four fouryears years or so agomyfriend agomyfriendand agmy agomy > fFend fFendand friend friendand
1 and business associate asociate was still stl mayor mayorserving mayorsering mayorservinghis
serving sering servinghis his third term ter In that office ofCce Bids Bidswere Bds Bdswre Bldswere
advertised for the of Statestr
were wre advertse for paving Javing State Statestreet tatestreet
street str t to Seventh South South Main street Itret ItretNinth StreetNinth to toNinth
Ninth South and andFourth Fourth South S tl to Second SecondEast SecondEast SecondEast
East There were two bids received r elved on onfrom onfrom onfrom
from the Barber Barbr Asphalt Mph t Paving Pvng com company comvany cornpany ¬
pany the other from frt Mr Moran Mora The Theboard Theboar Theboard
board boar of public publc works wor s recommended to the thecouncil thecouncil
rlcommenaed tle tlecounci
council counci that tmt the Ji red ot th the Barber Bltber BltberIhat A Aphalt As Asphalt
phalt Ihat Paving company c pahybe be accepted ccept d and andthe andte andthe
the te contract contrt awarded to tlierp t1el 11 iji ijiThe
The council cunci awardf then discovered dlscn dtbere there ther was wassomething wassome wassomething
something some thinS wrong wong Their Theil favorite had hadbeen hMbeen hadbeen
been ben bte beatei ten because becaus his bid was wa 11000 511000or 11000or
or so higher than th J his hi competitor comptt r This Thiscould Thiscould 1hlscoud
could coud not be allowed alowed to topass pass pas eo the coun council counci coundl ¬
cil ci ordered orere the bids bds rejected rjecto and in instructed Instrcte instructed ¬
structed strcte the board of ofpublic public works work to re readvertise r readvertise
advertise adv rls They did so and Mr Moran Moranwas Moranwas Moranwas
was the only bidder The contract contact was wasapproved wasapproved wasapproved
approved by the council counci and forwarded forwardedto torarded torardedto
to the mayor for his approval But my
friend fren the te mayor maordldnt didnt approve apprve so the thepoliticians thepolt thepolitl
politicians polt politl lans got busy and were wer informed informedthat Infored Inforedthat info ned nedthat
that Mr Moran Mor if i he wanted the work workwould workwould workwould
would have to sign sIg up for the price the theBarber theBarbr theBarber
Barber Barbr Asphalt Aphat people pople proposed to do do the thework thework thework
work for or the contract would never be
So after some sme further negotiations gotatons on ontha onte onthe
the te subject subJIt Mr Moran came to to tilemay tilemayors themayors ¬
ors ors terms and signed siged up and from that thattime thattte thattime
time tte to the presenj hour there has been beenno ben benno
no competition comptton whatever wlatever for the paving pavingof pavingofthe
of ofthe the streets of Salt Sal Lake with asphalt asphaltMr asphal
Mr Moran is the only bidder on this thisclass thiscass thisclass
class cass of work and rrd rd his prlc Is always alwaysvery alwaysver alwaysvery
very ver tmate much t ch hlgHer than the engineerses engineersestmate ngneerscs ngineersesVmate
Morans High Water Bill BillDurjng Bi BillDuring
Durtn During the th high water season of the thapiisent th thptsent theptsent
piisent ptsent year you remember that Sunday Sundayon Sunday
on North NorthTemple Temple street steet Mr Hall Hal coun councilman cOUncima councliman ¬
cilman cima from the Fourth precinct saw sawthat sawthat sawthat
that the te city 1y employes were wer having more moretrouble moretrouble moretrouble
trouble than they tey could culd well wel attend Rtend to toand toaDd toand
and went to Mr Morans superintendent superintendentand superintndent superintndentand
and asked hIm to send four teams and andforty andforty andforty
forty men to North NorhTemple Temple street to try tryand t tryand
and confine confne the water in Its It natural naturl chan channel channel clianneL ¬
nel Later Lter the bill bi was presented to the thecouncil tie tiecounci thecouncil
council counci for something over 3000 30 It I was wasreferred wasretered wasreferred
referred retered to the street stret committee committe and has hasnot hMot hasnot
not ot been b returned retured to the te council cunci nor will willIt wi
It be b returned retur to t the council counci till ti after afterthe afer aferthe afterthe
the election eleton is over and probably not notthen notthen notthen
then because beUr I do not believe beleve the chair chairman chalrman chairman ¬
man of the street stret committee commlto can be forced forcedto tord tordto
to report favorably upon this thi iniquitous iniquitousdastardly iniquious iniquiouslFtarly iniquitousMrtardiy
dastardly lFtarly attempt atempt to rob the he city ciy of Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLake
Lake LakerWe LakevVo i iTVe
TVe now come to the intercepting Intereptng sew sewer sewe sewer ¬
er e Since I have been bfn a member of the thecity thect thecity
city ct council counci a bill bi for 10000 100 was present presented precnt precnted ¬
ed by James Kennedy K nedy Co the con contractors contrators contractora
tractors trators on this htswork ls > work for extrapump extrapumpirg extra extra pump pumpIrg pumpirg
irg After ter IUsC discussing ssltg this1 bill bl It was wasreferred waS warefervcd
referred refered to the city ciy attorney atorey The at attorney attorneyrpr attorney ¬
torney torneyrpr reported to the th Council counclthitho counclthithochlim that the thoclaim theclaim
claim was one one which the city ct ought ousht not notto notto notto
to pay The council counci approved the bill billThe bi billThe
The mayor vetoed it It The council councI passed passedIt pasd pasdIt
paid It over the mayors mayors veto and the bill bi was waspaid WI waspaid
paidDuring During Durng the to past pat summer it was dis discovered dlsc discovered ¬
covered c erd that ten of otte the manholes had hadnever hadMver hadnever
never had any conbrete placed in > the thebcttom thebUwm thebctthm
bcttom jof Jf if them th m In addition addlton to o this tis they theydiscovered tneydlveredthat theydtecoered
discovered dlveredthat that there was a part par Ott ofthe ofthesewer ofthseiver
sewer swer some smB eight or ten feet in length lengththat lengththa lengththat
that tha had no bottom btom In It 1t itKennedy itKennedyCO Kennedy KennedyCO Kenedy Kenedyco
CO made the necessary nesar repairs repair put put con concrete concree concrete ¬
crete cree In I the te bottom blQm q of the te yf r rn manholes manble manb r r dez and andyf Ind
thought tought everything everhing was w all al right rht About Aboutfive Abut AbutfIve Aboutfive <
five weeks week ago a request ruest was sent snt to tothe tote tothe
the te council councl from the city ciy engineer that thatthe thattl thatthe
engner
the tl water department epatent beordered beorere to con connect connec conned ¬
nect nec ned a 6lnch 6lnc water main with wIt the th in intercepting Interceptg Intercepting ¬
tercepting terceptg sewer swe as a there tere was WI not water waterenough wter wterenough waterenough
enough In I the te sewer to force tore the te cleaning cleaningscraper cleanig cleanigseper cleaningscraper
scraper seper through thrugh it 1learl itclearly clearly showing that thatif tat
if 1 Kennedy KeJnedy Co had finished their thei con conuact cn cnuact conuact
ami amispeclficians an1speclclas anIapecificians
uact in accordance accrance with wit the plans
speclficians speclclas there tere would have been ben no noextra noexta noextra
extra exta water to pump and the te city ciy should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not under any circumstances circumstancs have paid paidone paidone paidone
one cent centThere cent centThere
There should not have have been paid one onecent onecenl onecent
cent of the 10000 which tho city cityturned ciy ciytured cityturned
turned tured over to James Kennedy and andcompany andcompany andcompany
company as a a gift to the great great Injury Injuryof
of Salt Sal Lake LakeMurdochs Lke LkeMurochs LakeMurdochs
Murdochs Murochs Platform PlatformNow PlatformNow PlatformNow
Now ladles ladle and andgentlemen gentlemen gentemen when I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have the honor of being elected mayor mayorof
of Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy I will wi to the th best bestof bestot beatof
of my ability abiiy safeguard the Interests Interestsof
of mr all al the people in so far as I am amable amable
able with wih the assistance assl < tance of the coun council coonelI ¬
elI and the te heads of departments departments There Therewill Therewi Therewill
will wi be equal rights right extended to all alland al alland
and special speclal privileges prlvUegs to none I will willendeavor wi willendeavor
endeavor endevor to brine brilg about competition competitionin competton compettonin
in all al classes cln ses ot a public pUblc contracts contacts and andbeg andbeg andbeg
beg to t assure asure all al bidders that they will willreceive wl willreceive
receive fair and courteous couteous treatment treatmentat
at my hands handsI
I favor public publc Improvements of oil oilKinds nflkinds
ltnds Kinds that will wi add to the comfort and andwbllbelng ond ondWflbclng andwellbeing
wbllbelng Wflbclng of this community Every Everyfamily Everyfamily
family bml in this city ciy is Justly justy entitled enUted to toa toa toa
a liberal of water Cement
sidewalks should and must be extend extended ¬
ed wherever the people desire them themand themand themand
and are willing wilng to furnish the te money moneyto
to defray the te cost of constructing constrctng the thesame thesame thosame
same Sewers should and must be ex extended extnded extended ¬
tended tnded In all directions and connections connectionsto
al drectons connectons connectonsto
to same sae enforced in order that the pub public pubho ¬
lic 10 health heolh may not suffer suter and the ever everrecurring everrecurrng everrecurring
recurring recurrng periods when contagious dis diseases diseases diseases ¬
eases prevail prevai In our fair city iy may be beol be1fYf ben bef
ol 1fYf iTT ina toi n no d fav n nef nnealhlA nnealhlAI aro
u oo v un unI
I f favor street paving wherever the theabutters theAbuter theabutters
abutters Abuter on the streets street to be paved pavedshall pavedshal pavedshall
shall shal petition petton the city council councI to have havethe havethe havethe
the Improvement made in at sC far as the thecity theciy thecity
city ciy is able to pay for is Its share of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the expense of the proposed Improve Improvement Improvement improvement ¬
ment ment I condemn tho methods here heretofore heretpfore herotoforo ¬
tofore in vogue of the party In power powertaking paer paertking powertaking
taking tking the voge initiative initatve In Inaugurating inaugra ln lnImprvementS
improvements ImprvementS Without itout the knowledge knowledgeor
or consent of the property owners ownersalong ownersalong ownersalong
along the line lne of the proposed improve improvement Imprve Imprvement improveinent
ment and carried out with the te osten ostensible ostenslblepup ostensiblepurpOse ¬
sible slblepup siblepurpOse purpose seht Itf view of furnishing fa favored fn favorel ¬
vored vore contractors with wit c large largejobs < Jobs at atexorbitant atexorblt atexorbitant
exorbitant exorblt nt prices to the great injury injuryof Injur injuryof
of the taxpayers of Salt Sal Lake LakeI
I favor and will wil constantly constanty endeavor endeavorto
to limit lmi contracts in size and extent extentin
in order that the man or men with withlimited withlmied withlimited
limited lmied capital clpia may have an opportu opportunity opportuniy opportunity ¬
nity niy to get their theli share of all al public publicwork publc publcwok publicwork
work wok and on all al large arge Jobs obs so to di divide divIde diride ¬
vide the work that parties partes equipped equippedwith equippedwih
with wih tools and rtiachlnery IcInety to perform performpart performpart performpart
part of the t e wprk nay come come in compe competition competaion compettlon ¬
tition with those Jay Who are are prepared to todo todo todo
do all al ahIthe the te labor lar and furnish all al the ma material m matcrial ¬
terial teria to complete andJ1r1sh the same cameI same1WI sameIsih1
I 1WI Isih1 will expect the heads of all 1 de departments dopartmelJtso e epartmeut ¬
partments partmeut partmelJtso so to conduct cnduct them that thatthey thatthey1a thatthernayborIt
they they1a thernayborIt inay jherit rIt1uhlc public approval and andIn andin andin
In the th employment m w t ment of sub subordinates > dlnates they theyshould tey teyshouldib theyshouldabe
should shouldib be selected because beause of thqlr t Elr fit fitness ft ftness fitness ¬
ness toperform to P iJorm efficient effcient service serl e and andnot andnot andnot
not becauseof b bec c usoof their political ppltcl activity hctvly
I cordially cordlhy cordfkfl recommend r the proposition propositionnow propositon propositonnow
now under consideration caslderton by the school schoolbeard schoolbeard schoolboard
beard of this city to build buid and equip a amagnificent a ama
magnificent m ma ° nlfcent nificent High school building buiding that thatwill thatI thatwill
will wll will be in harmony with wit the many manygrand manyI manygrand
grand grnd school buildings hul lngs we now possess possessand posses possesond possessand
and ond be a source Qf delight deUghtand and admira admiration admIraton admiration ¬
tion ton to all al the te friends of education educaton at athome athome athome
home as well wel as the admiration dmiraton of all allour al allour
our visitors visiors from abroad and will willgladly wi willgladly
gladly vote for bonds to build buid the same sameIn sameIn sameS
S In conclusion ladles and gentlemen gentlemenpermit gentemen gentemenperi gentlemenpermit
permit peri me to say I will wIl extend the same samecourtesies samecourtesies samecourtesies
courtesies If i I am called caled upon to fill fillthis fI fillthis
this office offce to the theworklug working man mn in his hisoveralls hisoverals hisoveralls
overalls overals as I will wi to those of our citi citizens cit citizens ¬
zens who may be better supplied suppled with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the necessaries and the luxuries of ofeveryday tt tteveryday ofeveryday
everyday life lfe remembering always aways that thatI
I too have been a working man and am amrroua amproud amproud
proud to acknowledge it it it I firmly be believe belevo believe ¬
lieve levo that public publc office offce is a public publictrust publc publctrust publictrust
trust trust and the te acts act of publio pUblo men are arefit arefljsubje areLit
fit fljsubje subjects < s for public criticism crtUcism Public Publicofficers Publc Publcot Publicofficers
officers ot c rs are the servants s rvant of the t people peopleand peoplend peopleand
and nd as a such are responsible only to the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people peopleSenator peopleSnator peopleSenator
Senator Snator Sutherland was wa Introduced ntrduc d by b bChaIra
Chairman ChaIra Devine who said Ladles Lades and andGentlemen andGntemeI andGentlemenIt
Gentlemen GntemeI It is now my mY pleasure to in introduce Introduce introduce ¬
troduce to you a speaker spaker to whom a Salt SaltLake Sal SaltLake
Lake audience audienc is always glad to t listen listenSenator lsten lstenSenator listenSenator
Senator George Sutherland SutherlandSenator Suterlanc SutherlandSenator
Senator Senltor Sutherland said saidMr saidMr saidMr
Mr Chairman Chairan Ladies Ldles and Gentlemen GentlemenI Gntemen GntemenI
I have hav been ben away from Salt Sal Lake so somuch somuch somuch
much of the time tme during the past year or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two that I am not particularly patcula familiar familiarwith famiar famiarwlth familiarwith
with the various local questions quetons which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have disturbed dturbd the people from time tme to totlmo totme totime
time tme to discuss them in any ay sort srt of de detail dotail ¬
tail ti In I what I shall shal have to say s to you youtherefore youtherefor youtherefore
therefore therefor I shall shal bo more or less general generalHowever genrl genrlHowever generalHowever
However I am saved sved the necessity necesity of any anydetailed anydetied anydetailed
detailed detied discussion dicussion of these thes questions quetons by bythe bythe bythe
the very ver admirable admirble and concise and en enlightened enlghtened enlightened ¬
lightened lghtened speech which has ha Just been de delivered delvere delivered ¬
livered lvere to you by tho next mayor of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake I think if anybody anyboy in this audi audience Mdlence audience ¬
ence lad had any doubt about the te wisdom of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his nomination nominaton by the party party that doubt doubthas doubtbas doubthas
has been be n dissipated d by the speech sPech which whichhe
he has Just delivered delverd No o mistake mistke was wasmade wasmade
made mae in his nomination nomInaton and no mistake mistakewill mistke mistkewi
will wi be b made by his election electionIt eleton eletonI
It I is a I serious misfortune for any com community communlty cornmunity
munity when its It elections elctons are contested contestednot contsted contstednot
not upon any question gueston of political pltcal or gov governmental govermentl goverumental ¬
ernmental ermentl issue but upon social or re religious relgious noligious ¬
ligious lgious differences dlfereIces of opinion merely merelySuch merlr merlrSuch merelySuch
Such a state of affairs is neither normal normalnor norol norolnor
nor healthful There are for example
as
connected conneotd with wih the th undue concentration concentrationof
of vast vst wealth wealh in the hands of fatew a aeiv Xew and andyet andyet andyet
yet everybody everbody who possesses posss common commonsense commonsnse commonsense
sense snse recognizes rcgizes that it I would be b an ex exceedingly exceedingly exceodingly ¬
ceedingly unfortunate thing if all al those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who have not were wer to be b arrayed aryed in elec election eleetion dcction ¬
tion against allthose altho all thoe who have Such a adivision adivilon adIvi1on
division of all fl the poor against agan lt all al the therich therrch therieh
divilon rich such a contest contet between betwe n citizens citizensupon citizensupon
upon the sole ground gound of the difference diference of ofsocial o osocial
social position would bring about abut inevit inevitably Inevltaby inovitably ¬
socal ably a positon condition condItn of intense Intese and bitter bitterclass biter bitercloss bitterclass
class aby hatred where prejudice pejudic would w uld tako takothe takote tak takthe
closs the place of reason and ad which w1lch in the theend th thend
end te would result resul injuriously Inuiously if I not dis disastrously dlsRstrously dicastrously ¬
astrously to both classes classesAn class classAn classesAn
An Unfortunate Situation SituationTo SItuaton SItuatonro
To my zny1mind mind it I is no less unfortunate unfortunatewhen unfortunatcwhen
when the division is along religious rather ratherthan rther rthertan ratherthan
than along political pltcl or economical eonomcl lines linesMen lnes lnesMen linesMen
Men tan do not r t reason rason with wit one another un under under onder ¬
der such circumstances crumstance They hurl epi epithets epithet epitheta ¬
theta and abuse and denunciation denunclatpn If I we weexercise we weexnrcls weexercise
exercise thet exnrcls our good sense we must know knowthat knowtat knowthat
that such a condition conditon can result rsult in no nogood n ngood nogood
good tat it is bad for those tose who are imme immediately Immediately immcdiately ¬
diately I engaged In it it It and it I is bad for forthe forthe
the people among whom such a contro controersy conto contocr controeray
ersy poplo exists exist If I good fellowship felowship exists existsin
in cr such a community if prosperity prosperty at attends attends attends ¬
tends the efforts of such a peoplfe if i a acity acty acity
city where te efort it I occurs grows gows and thrives thrivesand thrivessnd thrivesand
and cty becomes more beautiful bautful I am sure surethat surethat surethat
that bcomes It Is I not because of that thot unhapp unhappystate unhappstate unhappstate
state of affairs affairsThat afairs afairsTbat affairsThat
That such s ch a condition dpes dpe exist eist In InSaltS btSaltLa1etoday
SaltS SaltLa1etoday Lake today that Ult It ithas has ha existed exsted for forthe fotthe
the SaltILtAo the past pas four < years ars Is no fault faul of the theRepublican theRepublean theRepublican
Republican party but It does d exist and andwe andwe andwe
I es exst
we Republean must mus meet pay I it and Jut deal With wih it Itabs Itabswe itabest itabestwe as best bestwe
we may mayAnd my myAnd mayAnd
And so we find ourselves our8hs once o ca more morein morein
s W flr
in the anomalous position positon of being called calledupon calledupon
upon not to explain or defend the prin principles prn prnclples principles ¬
ciples of our party but to Justify justfy Its Itsright itsright
right to exist exst at all al for if i the te American Americanparty Americanpatty
party pary Is right rght Jnall In allts all its claims cl ms the thIUtepub thIUtepublcnn Repub Republlcan Republican
llcan party pal y and andtM thfi Democratic Deocrtc Rarty Pry are arewrong arewrong arewrong
wrong lcnn and lnd so wrong that tat they ought to todisband t tdisband tOdisband
disband wrong their thir organizations organztons and go g out of ofbuslnessinthestate ofbhsinesifl
buslnessinthestate bhsinesifl testte thestate of Utah Uth altogether altogetherBut alogther alogtherBut
bls11eSsln But the American party is not right rght and andthe andndct1yitYpf
the existence Aercan c co and ndct1yitYpf activity of the t national nationalt a
> > h dCYytYot >
t
1
parties paries In Utah Uth are a Just as necessary necsa and andjust andjust andjust
just as beneficial bnefcial as a they are ar In Other Otherstates otherstat otherstates
states of the Union UnionThe UnionTe UnionThe
stat The difficulty te with the American Amerc party partyIs par
dfculy wit te
Is I that it has become beome so narrow naow by Its Itsprejudices 11 itsprejudices
prejudices prejudice that It I Is able to see se but a asingle asingle I Isingle
single phase phae of one question queston and that tha one oneonly onenlY oneonly
only In a a very partial partal and ad andbiased biased biasd fashion fashionAn fahion fahionAn
An Unhappy Citizen CitizenThere CitizenITere CitizenThere
ITere There are ore two ways of looking at atthings atthinKS atthings
things in this world One I may describe describeas describ
as a the fencehole fenchole way and ad the other oter as asthe a asthe
te
the hilltop hltop way wy If I an a Individual Id1dua will willfasten wi willfasten
fasten his eyes to t the hole in a a board boardfenco bar boardfence
fence fenc and limit lmit his te observance obsrac by that thatmethod tat tatI thatmethod
I method metod he will wi of necessity obtain obtn a avery aver avery
very restricted and a very misleading misledig no notion noton notion ¬
rstctd ver
ver tion of things thing In general general If I he remains remainsthere remainstere remainsthere
ton
there tere long enough so that tat he finally final con concludes cn cncludes coneludes ¬
cludes that tat nothing noting which whic Is not revealed revealedby reveaed reveaedby
by that tat limited lmited aperture aperur Is of any partic particular partc partcular particular ¬
ular consequence he finally fnaly becomes bcomes a avery 8 avery
very ver narrow narw and in all al probability prbabity a very veryunhappy ver veryunhappy
unhappy citizen citizenSuch citizenSuch
1 Such a citzen citzenSuch man needs to be taken to t the thehilltop te tehi thehilltop
I hilltop top and bidden to look lok over the varied variedlandscape vaed vaedlandcpe variedlandscape
landscape hi with its pleasant fields its itslimpid It itslimpid
It
landcpe wih
limpid streams steams its It radlent valleys valeys Its Itsverdant It itsverdant
verdant lmpid meadows its It villages vUags and towns townsIts tows towsIt townsits
Its It wide expanse epanse of hill hi and ad valley valey and andInto andInto andinto
Into the illimitable IUlmltble sky which whic stretches stretchesabove stetces stetcesabove stretchesabove
above te up to the very ver seat leat of God G him himself hm hmselt himself ¬
self who in giving him all al these tes beauti beautiful beout beautiful ¬
ful selt and beneficial Dnefclal things thing to see se and at atthe atthe atthe
the same time tme blessing blesing him with the theability te teabity theability
ability to see them all al never Intended Intendedthat Intnded Intndedthat intendedthat
that abity ho should confine confie his horizon by the thelimitations thelmlttoI thelimitations
limitations fence lmlttoI of a knot hole In a a board boardfence boardfence
The en
through the hole por In the te fence It I baa baateen ha haen hasseen
teen en only onl the pile pie of rubbish rbbish and cobble cobblestone cobble cobblestone cobblestone ¬
stone which has ha been raked from the gar garden garden garden ¬
den from time to time during durng the last lasttwenty lasttwenty lasttwenty
tme tme
twenty years It I has not even seen sen the thogarden thegaren thegarden
garden Itself mufcn tmh less the broad fields fieldsand fieldsand fieldsand
and garen the Itel open country which lay beyond beyondHaving byond byondHavng beyondHaving
Having Havng this opn narrow narow count and sectional sectonal view it ithas I ithas
has of necessity necsslt become a narrow naro narosctonal narrowsectional and andsectional
sectional sctonal party pary Beasons nave come ana anagone au augone anngone
gone bringing with their teir eternal eteral succes succession suce sucesion successlon ¬
sion vast brDgng changes not only in the physic physical physic ¬
al world word but In the political pltcal and indus industrial idus thdustrial ¬
trial and nd social soial and religious relglouR world as aswell a awel aswell
well tral but these changes the American Americanparty Americn Americnparty Americanparty
party wel has hI seen not rind heeded heded not notAU not notAll
sen
AU about it are the wonderful activ activities actv actvItes activities ¬
ities l of a great i state the movements movement of ofninety ofninety ofninety
Ites ninety millions a geat of people in I fortysix tre tremendous t tremendous ¬
mendous miions commonwealths commomvealhs but In these theseas thes thesas
as well as In the vast Qst problems of gov government goverment government ¬
ernment wel which concern all al the people and andthe andthe andthe
erment concer
the whole country count and ad with 1t which the thedestinies thedestnies thedestinies
destinies of our own ow state stte and our own ownpeople ownpeople
people destnies are Indissolubly Interwoven Interoven this thisparty thisparty thisparty
party has played no part and occupied occupiedno
no party place With Its It eyes glued lued to the hole holein
in the fence it has beheld 1held only the move movements movement movements ¬
ments ment of a a few men who happen hoPP9n to be b at atthe atthe atthe
the head hea of a religious relgous organization organizationwhose orgnlzaton orgnlzatonwhose
whose entire membership comprises compriss per perhaps pr prhaps perhaps ¬
haps onetenth entr part par of o the population populaton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country countryGood count countryGood
Good Men and Women WomenNow Womenow WomenNow
Now ow with wih the rank and file t10 of the theAmerican te teAeric theAmerican
American Aeric < n party porty I haye no quarrel quarrelThey Quarrel QuarrelThey quarrelThey
They are In the main good men and andgood andgood andgood
good women Just as the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
good the other parties are In the main good goodmen goodmen goodmen
men and good partes women honestly honesty and sin sincerely sincerely sincerely
cerely desiring to see the truth and do dothe dothe dothe
the right But the te point pInt I make mae is that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they can never see seel it and they th can cannever on onnever cannever
never cn do It in the thefencehole fencehole way way They Theymust Theymust Theymust
must first of all climb clmb to the hilltop hilltopand hitop hitopand hilltopand
and In the larger view realize realze how howsmall howsmal howsmall
small a thing how insignificant Inslgifcant a athing a athing
thing thl smal comparatively comparatvely speaking has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been monopolizing monopolzing the field of their theirvision theirvision theirvision
vision all these years yearsI
I sometimes al wonder whether the theleaders theleaders theleaders
leaders sometmes of ot the American party have haveever haveever haveever
ever paused pauoed te long enough to ask ak them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves what good has been accom accomplished accomplshed accomplished ¬
plished by the flood of bitterness biterness which whichthey whichthey whichthey
food
they plshed have poured into our local poll polltics pol polltics
tics tcs during the last four years They Theytell Theytel Theytell
tell us that their whole effort efort has ha been beento
tel to upbuild upbuld the city ciy and yet they tey have havespread haespread havespread
spread broadcast all al over this country countrytheir countrytheir countrytheir
their advertisements adverUsem nts of the te entire entre un unfitness unfiness Unfitness
fitness finess of the city and of o the state stte as asan asan asan
an abiding place for any selfrespect selfrespectIng selrepect selrepectIng
Ing man man Just how they may reason reasonably reson resonably reasonably ¬
ably expect eJpect to to increase Incr ase the population populationand populaton populatonand
and the wealth wealh by the wholesale publi publication publ publication ¬
cation of statements statement which If i true trueconstitute te teconsttute trueconstitute
constitute consttute every reason why nobody nobodyshould nobodyshould nobodyshould
should come here at all al and why no nobody no nobody nobody ¬
body should Invest a dollar do1ar at all all is isbeyond Isberond isbeyond
beyond my comprehension comprehensionAnd
And so they may boast of the thegrowth thegrowth thegrowth
growth of the city ciy and claim the credit creditfor crei creditfor
for it until untl their tongues are are weary wear but butanyone butonone butanyone
anyone with sufficient suffcient Intelligence Intelgence to toeat toeat toeat
eat when he Is hungry or drink when he heIs heIs heI
Is I thirsty knows that the campaign cmpaig of ofvilification ofvifcaton ofvilification
vilification vifcaton which this party has car carried carrled carned ¬
ned on for the last lat four years yeas must must in inthe inthe Intne
the very nature of things have have pre prevented preen provented ¬
vented en ed the coming coing of thousands of peo people peoIe peopie ¬
pie Ie and the investment of millions miions of ofdollars ordolars ofdollars
dollars dolars In both bot the city ciy and the state stateInsult stateInsult stateInsult
Insult to Salt Lake LakeIt LakeI
It I Is not so very ver long ago that cer certain certain certam ¬
tain tam members of this party caused to tobe tobe tobe
be published publshed far and wide that when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they were visiting visitng In any astern city citythey ciy ciythey citythey
they were ashamed to register at any anyhotel anyhotel anyhotel
hotel as coming from Salt Slt Lake Lke I Ipresume Ipresume Ipresume
presume that they tey thought that that thatkind that thatkind thatkind
kind of statement was calculated to to en encourage encourage encourage ¬
courage immigration Thank God Go there thereare thereare thereare
are not Imrlgraton many people in the te state stte of ofUtah ofUth ofUtah
Utah Uth who are in that humiliating humlatng frame frameof trae traeo
of o mind I am am proud of the city ciy of ofSalt otSoI ofSalt
Salt SoI Lake and I am always glad to toclaim toclaim toclaim
claim it I as my home I am proud of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state of my Utah Uth and I am always alwaysglad alwaysglad alwaysglad
glad to claim clam It i as the state stte which I Iin IIn Iin
in part represent in the senate of the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States StatesI
I am proud of the people erf a Utah Utahand Uth Uthand Utahand
and I am always glad to claim them themas
as my constituents constituentwih constituentswith with one excep exception exceptonI exceptionI ¬
tion tonI tionI I am ashamed of any an man who whois
is ashamed of Salt Slt Lake Lke I am amashamed amashamed amashamed
ashamed of any man who is ashamed ashamedof ashaed ashaedof
of any city ciy or any state which he calls callshis cals calshis callshis
his home and which he is still sUl willing willingto wUlng wUlngto
to remain In If 1 he feels that th2t way wayabout wayabout wayabout
about it I in common decency decenc he ought oughtto ughtto
to move elsewhere so that his opinion opinionmay opInionmay opinionmay
may be expressed as the opinion of ofstranger a astranger astranger
stranger and not as the apparently opparenty re reluctant reluctant reluctant ¬
luctant confession of a 8 member of the thecommunity therommunltv thecornmnn
community communityThere rommunltv cornmnn Itv ItvThere
Ui There ere are ie certain certin well wel authenticated authenticatedcases authentcated authentcatedce
cases ce in history where entire entre commu communities com communities u uIIte ¬
nities IIte perfectly perfectl sane about the ordi ordinary ordinar ordinary ¬
nary nar affairs falrs of life have become wild wildmoromanlacs wJd wJdmoromanlacs wfldrnoromaniacs
moromanlacs over some one particular particularsubject parUc particularsubject l r rsubJect
subject subJect One of o the most notorious notoriousexamples notorous notorousexmples notoriousexamples
examples that we have any record of ofwas otwas ofwas
was the craze of witchcraft witchcrft which whichswept whichswept whichswept
swept over New England like lke a a pesti pestilence Jest postilenco ¬
lence some two or three hundred years yearsago yers yersago yearsago
ago During that period of nightmare nightmareand
and horror whenever anybody in the theneighborhood thenelghborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood nelghborhood was wa stricken with wih what whatIn
In this modern and prosaic prosic age we wewould wewould wewould
would recognize recogize as a I plain ordinary ordinaryeveryday odInary odInaryevelday ordinaryeveryday
everyday evelday case of fits tis the entire entre popu population populaton populatlon ¬
lation laton proceeded to become delirious deliriouswith delrious delriouswith deliriouswith
with the belief belet that that the stricken indi individual Individual mdividual ¬
vidual had ha been bewitched bewiched and to go goup goup goup
up and down the te neighborhood In Insearch In Insearch insearch
search of the Individual who was wa re responsible reosponslble responsib1 ¬
sponsible for the affliction They
atfcton usu usually usualy usually ¬
ally aly found fQnd her because It I was usually usuallya usualy usualya
a woman in the person of the poorest poorestmost poorestmost
most harmless harless forlornest forlorn est old woman womanin omanIn
in the village vUage If I in addition additon to being beingpoor beingpOOl beingpoor
poor pOOl and harmless and forlorn she was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also ugly the proof of her guilt guit was wasmade was wasmade wasmade
made perfecty perfectly manifest maniest Having Hvlng lo located 10catld Jocated ¬
cated catld her and established estblshed her guilt git by
her h r looks they tey proceeded to dispose disposeof
of her In a summary way woy by drowning drowningor
or burning b
burningA rlng
A Set of Fanatics FanaticsThey FanaticsThey FanaticCThey
They were a conscientious conscientous set of offanatics oftanatcs offanatics
fanatics tanatcs however not no entirely entrly devoid devoidof
of logical processes and moreover sax anxious ax axIous saxions ¬
ious that nothing nohing might be omitted omittedwhich omited omitedwhich omittedwhich
which might migh be calculated to elucidate elucidatethe
the truth and so they applied appled a per perfectly perfecty perfectly ¬
fectly fecty fair and reasonable test to de determine determine determine ¬
termine finally tlnaly and with wih certainty certlnt the thequestion theQuestonf thequestion
question Questonf ot her h r guilt glt or innocence They The Thethrqw
thrQw her Into the nearest river rver with witha wih wiha wita
a heavy heavy weight weigh attached o tachd to t her body
If under those rather adverse circum circumstances eircujstances ¬
stances she did not drown that provdd provddshe prOvtlshe
she was a witch and they lotmadlRtiy lotmadlRtiytook 1mme4Iytook
took her out and burned her If 1 1did sfte sftedid
did drown that conclusively established establishedher
her innocence and everybody regretted regrettedthe regretfedthe
the mistake You see it was a perfect perfectly ¬
ly simple plan a comfortable and ef effective effective ¬
fective arrangement arrangementVoice
Voice from the house Did she sheburnr sheburn
burnr burnrMr burn
burnMr Mr Sutherland Oh yea they thygot thygotrid got gotrid
rid of her in a way that was eminently eminentlysatisfactory 4
satisfactory to everybody Iji the ti enter enterprise enterprise ¬
prise with the possible exception of ofthe ofthe
the accused person to whom Ufadis Ufadistinction tl tltinction ¬
tinction must have seemed wOtyatinconsequential somewhat somewhatInconsequential
Inconsequential InconsequentialThat
That oarticular style of lunaay lunaein ha haIn
In a sense passed Into the lingo tflgof tflgofContinued of ofContinued
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