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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY TYUTAH UTAH SUNDAY SUDAYOTOBER OCTOBER 241909 24 1909 co
THE TilE SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALD LAKEHERALD
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WHO WANTED THAT THREE THOUSAND THOUSANDDOLLARS THOUSANDDOLLARS THOUSANDDOLLARS
DOLLARS DOLLARSWhat DOLLARSVhat DOLLARSWhat
What has become of that Pat Moran claim for forthree fo fothree forthree
three thousand dollars for controlling the flood waters watersof
of City creek at the time of the spring freshet Who Whowas Whowas Whowas
was father of that bill and why wasnt it pushed pushedWhy pushedWhy pushedWhy
Why was It dropped the moment the white light of ofpublicity otpublicity ofpublicity
publicity was turned upon It and how long will it itbe Itbe Itbe
be after the Bransford Indorsement Is recorded recordedItthat If Ifthat
that time shall ever be beuntil until the bill for the three threethousand threethousand threethousand
thousand will be dragged from Its hiding and rail railroaded railroaded railroaded ¬
roaded through the council councilIt
It will be remembered that City creek was a very verybadly verybadly verybadly
badly behaved stream str m of water for a few days In the thespring thespring thespring
spring All the street department teams were busy busyand busyand busyand
and some one called on Pat Moran to send such teams teamsand teamsand teamsand
and men as he could spare Pat recognized himself himselfas
as the official contractor of Salt Lake and sent the thehelp thehelp thehelp
help
Sending Is his strong suit And next meeting night nightof
of the council he sent In a bill for three thousand thousanddollars thousanddollars thousanddollars
dollars for hi h his one days work workThe workThe workThe
The thing was In ina a fair way to approval and pay payment payment paymeat ¬
ment when James Murdoch one of the best friends friendsthe friendsthe friendsthe
the people ever had In the council made a little calcu calculation calculation calculation ¬
lation and announced that at the usual five dollars dollarsa
a day da Pat must have had six hundred teams and anddrivers anddrivers anddrivers
drivers at the creek that day and je he e wanted to know knowIf
If there were that many teems on the Job JobDefenders jobDefenders jobDefenders
Defenders of the graft hurriedly declared that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were not six hundred teams at the floodside floodsldeof floodsldeofcourse of ofcourse
course but that In a case of great public need such suchas
as that of the high water a better price than thathe the reg regular regular regular ¬
ular was expected to be paid paidMr paidIr paidMr
Mr Ir Murdoch conceded the point and responded respondedthat
that even If the price were ten dollars a day for man manand manand manand
and team teamwhich which would have been big for even a city citycontractor cityon cityontractor
contractor < on tractor to expect expectthat that would mean three hundred hundredteams hundred1eamB hundredteams
teams and drivers and he wanted to know If Pat Pathad Pathad Pathad
had served the city with that many on the day In Inquestion inqUEstion Inquestion
question questionThen qUEstionThen questionThen
Then there was a amoment of embarrassed silence silenceand silenceand silenceand
and CandidateRecorder Moreton rose to the emer emergency emergency emergeny ¬
gency and read the next communication communicationPats
Pats bill for three thousand dollars dropped with witha
a sly sickening sigh and has not since been openly openlyheard openlyheard openlyheard
heard from fromBut fromBut fromBut
But the men who were behind the graft at the time timeof timeof timeof
of Introducing the bill simply say Walt till we win winthe winthe winthe
the election and that three thousand will be paid paidIn
In which event Pat will get what the bosses con conc condude conlude
c lude is his fair share and the rest of the boodle will willbo willbe willb
bo b divided dil ed among the grafters who vote for the claim
0 0WHAT
WHAT THEY DID TO THOMPSON THOMPSONBosses
Bosses of the American party declare they have havethe havethe havethe
the unqualified support of the Business men of the thecity thecity thecity
city And they have some of It of course All men mencannot mencannot mencannot
cannot see alike alikeBut alikeBut alikeBut
But we desire to say to those business men who whobelieve whobelieve whobelieve
believe the success of the Branaford ticket at the thepolls thepolls thepolls
polls would be for the benefit of the city that the themanagers themanagers themanagers
managers of the Bransford party and even Mr MrBransford MrBransford MrBransford
Bransford himself do not follow the business mans mansrule mansrule mansrule
rule in their conduct of public affairs affairsThat atralrslhat affairsThat
That Is the weakness w kness of a party resting on the thefeverish thefeverish thefeverish
feverish foundation of religious intolemnce It Is not notespecially notspE notespecially
especially spE < ially because these men hate the Mormons It Itis Itis ItIs
is because the temptation to manage city affairs in an anunbusinesslike anunbuslnessllke anunbuslnessilke
unbusinesslike manner Is too strong for the average averagepolitician averagepolitician averagepolitician
politician when he has such a chance chanceBusiness chanceBuslne chanceBusiness
Business s men like a business administration admlnlstr tion of ofmunicipal ofmunicipal ofmunicipal
municipal affairs They like to see improvement but butthey butthey butthey
they dont like to see more money spent In Its acquir acquiring acquirIng acquirIng ¬
ing than Is necessary necC888l They want employes to have havea
a fair wage but they dont want any graft graftAnd grattAnd graftAnd
And there Is graft In the present city administra administration ¬
tion There is bound to be so long as the managers managersof
of the city party can blind the eyes of their follow followers ¬
ers em with the dust clouds of hate hateIt hateIt hateIt
It will be remembered that th t they drove Ezra EzraThompson EzraThompson EzraThompson
Thompson from the office of mayor because he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not abandon business methods In the conduct of city cityaffairs cityaffairs cityaffairs
affairs They The did make him consent to some things thingswhich thingswhich thingswhich
which he should have stood against but they did it itwith itwith itwith
with promises never to demand such things again againAnd againAnd againAnd
And they broke their promises They insisted so con constantly constantly constantly ¬
stantly upon his shutting his eyes to their graft that thathe that11e thatlie
he had to either descend to their level of dishonor or orquit orlult orlult
lult the office to which the majority of his fellow citi citizens citl2ens citizens ¬
zens had elected him himThey himThey himThey
They had a chance to try him out In the matter matterof
of the Knudsen water right The grafters demanded demandedover
over a hundred thousand dollars for those rights rightsMayor rightsMayor rightsMayor
Mayor Thompson figured on the proposition and be believed beUeved believed ¬
lieved that thirty thousand was ample and that was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the limit of his yielding There was a bitter and pro prolonged prolonged prolonged ¬
longed fight but they finally came to Ezra Thomp Thompsons Thompsons Thompsons ¬
sons figures and accepted the thirty thousand There Therewasnt Therewasnt rherewasnt
wasnt as much graft in It as they had hoped and andthey andthe andthey
they the hated him just In proportion to the easy money moneythey moneythey moneythey
they held he had deprived them of ofIt ofIt ofIt
It Is perfectly known that they hate John Brans Bransford Bransford Bransford
ford that they ha have e fought with him time after time timethat timethat timethat
that they didnt want him nominated this time And Andt
11 t Is perfectly understood that If they elect him they theyWill theywill theywill
Will control him himOr hlmOr himOr
Or he will be driven from office Just as Ezra EzraThompson EzraThompson EzraThompson
Thompson was driven drivenThey drivenThey drivenThey
They dont want a business administration and andtney andthey andthey
they dont want any restraint on their grafting Men Menwho Menwho Menwho
who want the affairs of the city conducted on on n the fair fairlines talrlines fairlines
lines of commercial honesty and efficiency will will not notvote notvote notvote
vote for the American party ticket
THE WHITE CANINE CANINERECRUIT CANINERECRUITIt RECRUIT RECRUITIt
It has long been one of the unexplained things thingsThe thingslhe thingsThe
The presence of barking dogs In Salt Lakes business businessdistrict businessdistrict businesstUstriet
district No other city Jn the Union I excepting exceptingWashington excepting1shlngton exceptingWashington
Washington Indiana Indlnnawhich which Is close clo e to the Ohio Ohioriver Ohioriver Ohioriver
river and In the extreme southern and therefore thereforemost thereforemost thereforemost
most backward part of the state stateare are dogs allowed allowedto
to annoy the people by barking at passing wagons wagonsBut wagonsBut wagonsBut
But since the American < party has gained control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city It seems to be the fashion to provide a con continuous continuous continuous ¬
tinuous performance of dogbarking entertainment In InMain in1Ialn inMain
Main street and reaching all the way from First to toThird toThird toThird
Third South Southwith with occasional Incursions s to the east eastand eastand eastand
and the west for a limited distance distanceThe distanceThe distanceThe
The canine chorus has recently been Increased by bythe bythe bythe
the addition of a white Spitz of doubtful parentage parentagewhose parentagewhose parentagewhose
whose habitual sleeping place however Is In and andabout andabout andabout
about the Tribune office This latest addition to the thebarkers thebarkers thebarkers
barkers Is a little quicker In sighting anapproaching anapproachingstreet
street car or auto or bicycle or carriage and a little littlepharper littleharper littleharper
harper In his barking challenge He runs a little
closer loserto to the movlngwheels than do the other dogs dogsand dogsand dogsand
and is envied by them accordingly accordinglyHe
He Is really re lly the most Inveterate barker b rker of the en entire entlr entir ¬
tire brood The rest of them bark only when wheels wheelsare
are passing They seem to have an objection to noth nothing nothIng nothing ¬
ing In the world so much as the movement of life In InSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lakes main thoroughfare thorough tare But the white Spitz Spitznever Spitznever Spitznever
never allows himself a moment of silence And in inthe inthe Inthe
the quiet hours of the morning when the rest chase a awheel awheel awheel
wheel up street a block and then return pantlngly pantlnglyon
on the search for another anotherthis this white fellow goes up upto upto upto
to the American party campaign advertisements and andbarks andbarks andbarks
barks at them themHis themHis themHis
His antipathy clearly is to a wheel wheelor or anything anythingelse
else that goes around in a circle Which will account accountfor
for his barking at the bombast bulletin board
FIGHT TO HEAR CARUSO CARUSODispatches CARUSODispatches CARUSODispatches
Dispatches from Berlin are to the effect that on onthe onthe onthe
the occasion of the recent appearance app arance of Caruso the theItalian theItalian theItalian
Italian tenor at the Royal opera house the people peoplefought peoplefought peoplefojight
fought for place in the line that was to stand for forhours torhours forhours
hours waiting for the opening of the box office The Thecrowd Thecrowd Thecrowd
crowd gathered at 10 oclock of the night preceding precedingthat
that on < which the tenor was to sing The police of ofBerlin ofBerlin ofBerlin
Berlin would not permit the line to be formed until 8 8oclock 8oclock Soclock
oclock in the morning and the sleepless people peoplejockeyed peoplejockeyed peoplejockeyed
jockeyed for position all night long and then made a arush arush arush
rush for the box office shortly after dawn dawnAmerican dawnAmerican dawnAmerican
American inventors have provided a better way of ofhearing ofhoorlng ofhearing
hearing the great tenor They have given 1ven the Vic Victrola Victrola Vietrola
trola to the world It is a modestlooking music box boxabout boxabout boxabout
about three feet high and when supplied with Caruso Carusorecords Carusorecords Carusorecords
records renders his actual tones as clear as vibrant vibrantas Ibrantas
as liquid as free from mechanical noises as if the theliving theliving theliving
living figure of ofthe the man stood In the room roomThere roomThere roomThere
There are records In which he sings alone There Thereare
are duets with ScottI the basso or with Sembrich Sembrichand
and Stevenson and Scotti In the quartette from fromRigoletto fromRlgoletto fromRigoletto
Rigoletto and with five of the foremost singers in inthe Inthe Inthe
the world In the matchless sextette from Lucia LuciaMen LuciaMen LuciaMen
Men who want to walk the streets all night to get geta
a chance to fight for a place In the box office line and andthen andt1en andthen
then pay big prices for the ten minutes of Caruso Carusosinging Carusosinging I Isinging
singing are wasting their money They could get all allthe aUthe allthe
the Caruso records and make him sing whenever wheneverthey wheneverthey wheneverthey
they cared to pull Jull him from the cabinet cabinetAnd cabinetAnd cabinetAnd
And he doesnt sing a whit better In the Royal Royalopera Roynlopera Royalopera
opera house In Berlin than he does in the homes of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those American people who can hear him In smoking smokingsack smokingsack smokingsack
sack and slippers
WARREN FOSTER HAS PASSED AWAY AWAYGet
Get down your Bryant and scan the lines of ofThanatopsis otThanatopsls ofThanatopsis
Thanatopsis
Yet a few days and thee theeThe theeThe theeThe
The allbeholding allbehold Ins sun shall see no more moreIn moreIn moreIn
In all his course nor yet et in the cold ground groundWhere groundVhere groundWhere
Where thy pale form was laid with many tears shall shallexist shallexist shallexist
exist existThy existThy existThy
Thy Image ImageWarren imageWarren imageWarren
Warren Foster understood that He didnt expect expectto
to live always And for fo these later years oors he had as asall asall asalt
all men of his years must faced the fact of imminent imminentdeath Imminentdeathand imminentdeathand
death deathand and the extinction of all It didnt frighten frightenhim
him He had risen above the terrors of that hour hourwhen hourwhen hourwhen
when dissolution shivers through a dream He Heknew Heknew Heknew
knew It was the way wa of the world and made no com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint plaintIn S SIn
I
In fact he faced his fate with a good deal of hero heroism hcroIsm heroism ¬
ism He knew he had paid his way There wasnt a adrop adrop adrop
drop of ugly blood In the mans veins He couldnt couldntget
get rich and there were times when he couldnt get getanything getagythlng getanythIng
anything else that he wanted But he played fair fairAnd lairAnd fairAnd
And he worked hard and faithfully faithfullyHe
He figured that he had earned of the world the use useof useof useof
of such sutlhsc suahscpulehre sepulchre mlchre as they might give him And even evenif
if he had been rich as he deserved to be he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have bought no grave There was a nsort sort of equity in inthat inthat Inthat
that He didnt demand admittance to the world He Hepaid Hepaid liepaid
paid his way while he was In It it And he had a right rightto rl ht htto
to ask a bed for his long last sleep sleepWarren sleepWarren sleepWarren
Warren Fosters life presents a balance in his hisfavor hisfavor hisfavor
favor He helped his fellow men He had Ideals and andworked nndworked andworked
worked toward them So far as his strength and his hisfortune hisfortune hisfortune
fortune enabled him he achieved his aims And over overthe overthe overthe
the urn in which his ashes are enshrined every honest honestnewspaper honestnewspaper honestnewspaper
newspaper man can bow In reverent appreciation and andregretful andregretful andregretful
regretful farewell
YOU VOUGET GET WHATEVER WHAT VER YOU ASK FOR FORWhatever FORhatever FORWhatever
Whatever the majority of the people of Salt Lake Lakewant Lakewant Lakewant
want In the matter of city governmental policy they theywill theywill theywill
will get They must say by their votes what they de desire desire desire ¬
sire And their demand will be compiled with withThey withThey withThey
They must not try to escape the conclusion that If Ifthey ifthey ifthey
they elect Mr Bransford they are going to get the thestockade thestockade thestockade
stockade In the belief that the good people of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
I
Lake didnt want that nest of abominations the theR theRpublican Re Republican Republican ¬
publican county officers broke it up and made an end endof endof endof
of the place But if the people of the city shall say sayby sayby sayby
by their votes on November second that they want wantBransford wantBranstord wantBranstord
Branstord It will be understood that they want the thestockade thestockade thestockade
stockade too And the county officers are hardly hardlylikely hardlylikely hardlylikely
likely to Interfere again againFor againFor againFor
For Mr Bransfords Indorsement means the in indorsement Indorsement indorsement ¬
dorsement of the stockade Nothing else is so clear clearIn
In all the present campaign Here is his own state statement statement statement ¬
ment of his position regarding that lawless enter enterprise enterprise enterprize ¬
prise Read It and make up your minds If you want wantthat wantthat wantthat
that place of Infamy made a part of the authorized authorizedofficial authorizedofficial authorizedofficial
official establishment of Salt Lake LakeMAYOR Lale31AYOIt LakeMAYOR
MAYOR JOHN BRANSFORD IN SALT LAKE HER HERALD IIERAID hERAID ¬
AID DECEMBER EIGHTH 100S 1908ltb 1DOSWith 100SWith
With ltb reference to the proponed new district the thehouses thehoullell theLouses
houses of which are In process of construction I IWISH IWISII IvIshI
WISH TO SAY THAT I AM THOROUGHLY IN INFAVOR INFA INFAVOR
FAVOR FA YOR OF IT nnd that It was at my suggestion suggestionthat
that the work was begun begunWITH begunWIIII begunWITh
WITH TilE POWER VESTED IN ME AS MAYOR MAYOROP 31 YOn YOnOF
OF SALT LAKE CITY I propose to take these wo women woInca o onien
men from the business section of the city elt and put puttbem puttbem putthorn
tbem In the tll new illstfict illstfictI
I finked Mr Mulvey 3Iuhe to find some person or com company compon cornpany ¬
pany flint would consent to erect the buildings In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the district dl trlet after the general ijlnns nnd who would wouldconsent > Touldcunllent von Id Idconsent
consent to hare the entire district under constant constantpolice constantIlollce constantpolice
police regulation Mr Mulrcy Iuhe found some people peoplewho Ileollewho Ieoplewho
who considered the mutter but finally flnall they decided decidednot decidedDot
not to undertake the project projectThen proJtetThen projectThen
Then It was 0 that we got Into communication with withthe withthe withthe
the Ogden people THEY AGREED TO MY u IY TERMS TERMSand TER3ISnnd TERMSand
and I told them If they tbe did ns I wished and followed followedout folloWellout
out the directions I gave them my m word thnt I would wouldsee
see to It that the women of the downtown districtTrcre district dilltrictTcre districtwere
were removed to the ne new r location ACTING SOLE SOLELY SOLELY SOLELV ¬
LY ON MY IY ASSURANCE THAT TIlE REMOVAL REMOVALWOULD UE310VALOULD IIEMOYALWOULD
WOULD OULD BE MADE THESE PEOPLE INVESTED INVESTEDTHEIR IloVESTEnTIIEIIl INVESTEDTHEIR
THEIR MONEY AND HAVE BUILT TIlE BUILD BUILDINGS BUIIDINGS BUILDINGS ¬
INGS AFTER MY SUGGESTIONS The buildings buildingsnre
nre now up and the removal of the women to the thenow thenew thenew
new district will ilt be made very ery soon soonIn 11000In soonIn
In perfect partnership with Mr Bransford as a afellow afellow afellow
fellow and equal In this campaign is Martin Mulvey Mulveyof
of whom the Tribune itself said in 1903 1903SALT 1903SALT 1903SALT
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE OCTOBER 30 1003 lOO3EDI lOO3EDIrORIALI 1003EDtrOIutL EDI EDITORIALi
TORIALi TORIALiMnrtlu rORIALIInrtlo rOIutLMartin
Martin E Mulvey Is relying for election upon the thevote tbeote theyoto
vote ote which In dlvtlnctly clnaaed its the vote of the theunderworld theunderorld theunderworld
underworld the votes of thieves prostitutes nnd nndthe nndthehndellll andThelawless the thelawless
lawless classes generally Without the support of olthat ofthat ofthat
that class his chances for election would not be beworth beVorth beworth
worth the spending of a nickel upon Yet there lit litno IIIno Isno
no lack of dirty coin In his campaign lie has been beenn
n member of the council before and he did the tb city cityno
no good Ills candidacy now bodes no good to the thecity theclt thecity
city clt
cityWe We call upon nil fair and decentminded citizens citizensof
of the Fifth municipal ward to come forward In In 1ndlgunnt Indignant Indignant ¬
dignant protest against the pretensions of this man manand maDnnd manand
and bury him so deep under their ballots on Tues Tuesday Tuesdoy Tuesday ¬
day next that tllutpolltlcnllybe politically he will never be heard heardof heardof
of again againNo ngnlnNo againNo
No one will pretend retend that Martin Is one whit better betternow betternow betternow
now than he was six years ago There are men who whoweakly whoweakly whoweaklyconfess
weakly weaklyconfess confess that their morals improve with age ageIf ageIf ageIf
If that be true In all cases It must be conceded that
Martin has not yet arrived at age For there th re Is Isno Isno isno
no indication day or night that his morals are any anybetter anybetterthln anybetter
better betterthln than when the organ of his present present party de declared declared dedared ¬
clared him an undesirable citizen citizenAnd cltlzenAnd citizenAnd
And a third member of the coterie which the peo people people peopie ¬
ple will indorce if 1 they vote for the electionbf ele tlon f Mr MrBransford MrBransford t1r t1rBransford
Bransford Is George Sheets silent custodian of the thesecret thesecret thesecret
secret by which he is retained at the actual head of ofthe otthe ofthe
the police department of Salt Lake LakeHere LakeHere LakeHere
Here Is a aDIGEST aDIGEST aDIGEST
DIGEST OF GEORGE SHEETS CONNECTION WITH WITHTHE WIThTHE TITII TITIITilE
THE MWHIRTER nIRTER CASEs CASEsGeorge CASEIGcorge CASEGeorge
George Sheets testified that he was chief of po police police police ¬
lice when McAVhlrtcr came Into his headquarters in incompany lueompanT Incompany
company with the bogus policeman who wore n po police pollce police ¬
lice officer badge McWhlrter asked him If the theman tbenann theman
man were an officer and Sheets said fNo The Thepretended Tbepretcuded Thepretended
pretended policeman assisted by four others had hadrobbed badrobbed hadrobbed
robbed McWhlrter of ten thousand dollars In cash cashan cnllhon cashan
an hour before Sheets said he would try and get getsome gctsome getsome
some of the money back again but did not arrest arrestthe orrestthe arrestthe
the bogus policeman pollcemaowbo who was not afraid in the of office office office ¬
fice of the chief chiefSheets chiefSbec1 chiefSheets
Sheets went Into the hall and returned with the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that he could get et seven hundred and fifty fiftydollars flftTdollnn fiftydollars
dollars McWhlrter protested and the chief went Trentout wentout wentout
out again nnd came back with a thousand dollars dollarslie
lie gave that to McAVblrtcr and sent him out of oftown oftown oftown
town The thieves resumed their protected Industry IndustryOne
One of them Is now serving n sentence in the peni penitentiary penitential penitentlary ¬
tentiary for his part In the transaction transactionGjcorge transactioncorge
Gjcorge corge Sheets is today chief of detectives and andthe nOlIthe andthe
the actual head of the police department of Salt SaltLake SnltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeIt
It Is not vot a pleasant thing to believe that the people peopleof peopleofthis
of ofthis this lty want the stockade and Martin Mulvey Mulveyand
and George Sheets It is believed the people here are arebetter arebetter arebetter
better than that thatAnd thatAnd thatAnd
And we shall watch the progress of their voting votingwith votingwith votingwith
with a good deal of interest
SEND FIVE DOLLARS DOLLARSWhen DOLLARSWhen DOLLARSWhen
When President Taft was received in Utah Ut h there therehad therehad therehad
had been some talk of repeating the spectacle of the theLiving theLiving theLiving
Living Flag for his entertainment In Salt Lake We Wedo Wedo Wedo
do not need tell the people what that spectacle was wasThey wasThey wasThey
They know And it was worth while whileThree whileThree whileThree
Three men menJohn John S Welch William Wetzel and andAlma andAlma andAlma
Alma C Clayton Claytonordered ordered the carpenters to go ahead aheadandbuild aheadandbulld aheadand
andbuild and build the stand on which the children of the flag flagwere fiagwere flagwere
were to be presented They guaranteed the bill be because because because ¬
cause there was no time to lose hunting up the money moneyThe moneyThe moneyThe
The stand was built The children were drilled drilleddressed drilleddressed drilleddressed
dressed cared for presented there thereand and made the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest spectacle that the President has seen In all his hiswestern hiswestern hiswestern
western journey journeyNow journeyNow journeyNow
Now those three men are still bound for the full fullpayment fullpayment fullpayment
payment for the stand standseven seven hundred dollars They Theyhave Theyhave Theyhave
have stated their case to the people and the people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have sent them something over three hundred dollars dollarsThe dollarsThe dollarsThe
The rest of it they are going to have to pay unless unlessthe unlessthe unlessthe
the men and women who can afford it come to their theirhelp theirhelp theirhelp
help helpWe
We of Salt Lake are a good deal of a family after afterall afterall afterall
all We quarrel about the Mormon church and the theAmerican theAmerIcan theAmerican
American party and occasionally we say things of ofeditors ofeditors ofeditors
editors which sound almost harsh But we are all for forthe forthc forthe
the city The flag was one of the things demanded demandedby emandedby
by the public It was the one thing that best ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed the spirit of the people and the temper of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the town These men named ought to be backed up upThey upI upThey
They went in and guaranteed something for the ben benefit benefit benefit ¬
efit of the whole city citySend citySend citySend
Send to either of them a check for five dollars to toapply toapply toapply
apply on the cost of the flag Dont let us serve notice noticeon
on citizens that service to the city is not appreciated appreciatedGo
Go on Make it ten
S v
POTATOES ON DRY LAND LANDTwo LANDTwo LANDTwo
Two years ago A J Stuckey now n w Senator StUckey StUckeyreported StUckeyr Stuckeyreported
reported r success with potatoes on the dry land landv landin v in inTooele InTooele InTooele
Tooele county He had raised rais d them without the aid aidof aidof aidof
of Irrigation IrrigationThis
This year William H Newman comes in from Rlv Rlverton Rlverton Riverton
erton with samples of the finest tubers that have been beenseen beenseen I Iseen
seen They are fairly premium potatoes whether or ornot ornot I Inot
not they ever were exhibited In competition And Andlike AndlIk Andlike
like lIk Senator Stuckey he has made a success success of them themwithout themwithout themwithout
without irrigation irrigationThere IrrigationThere IrrigationThere
There Is the suggestion and the guaranty for every everyman everyman everyman
man In the state The price of potatoes is high It Itis Itis Itis
is not going to be lower The demand is increasing increasingmore
more rapidly than Is the supply supplyThere supplyThere supplyThere
There are uncounted acres of dry land on which whichpotatoes whichpotatoes whichpotatoes
potatoes can be grown profitably There are men in inplenty Inplenty inplenty
plenty who want a good chance to make money If IfMr IfMr IfMr
Mr Newman with limited means with many difficul difficulties difficulties difficulties ¬
ties can win success with this crop there is encour encouragement encouragement encouragement ¬
agement for others othersIrrigation othersIrrigation othersIrrigation
Irrigation is good If you can get it Dry land Is Issafe issafe issafe
safe and profitable even though never a drop of water waterblesses waterblesses waterblesses
blesses It
WEEK OF HOMECOMING HOMECOMINGManti
Manti Utah has caught the spirit of homecoming homecomingweek
week And from the 22d to the 29th of November all allthe allthe allthe
the former residents of that good town are to be becalled becalled becalled
called home homeNothing homeNothing homeNothing
Nothing finer than that can be arranged by the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of any city Out of Utah communities have havegone havegone havegone
gone thousands of sons and daughters who have tried triedthe triedthe triedthe
the ways of the world in other places They must mustretain mustretain mustretain
retain a love for the old scenes and a longing for the theold theold theold
old friends Their returning will be a blessed thing thingfor thingfor thingfor
for those who have known them themand and lost And It will willbe willbe willbe
be one of the happiest memories for the exiles who whoturn whoturn whoturn
turn their faces even for a week w ek to tht pleasant old oldtown oldtown oldtown
town by the mountains mountainsA
A good many cities of the east have adopted the thecustom thecustom thecustom
custom in recent years enrs and it makes a man long for forthe forthe forthe
the oldtime boys and girls to read of the happy happyincidents happyIncidents happyincidents
incidents In the week of homecoming everywhere everywhereWe everywhereWe
1We We congratulate Manti on the happiness in Int ii store storefor storetor storefor
for It it And we congratulate also the men and the thewomen thewomen thewomen
women of Increasing years who have tried their for fortunes fortunes fortunes ¬
tunes or pursued their happiness In other scenes scenesMay scenes scenesMay scenesMay
May the spirit of love and friendship be upon them themall themam themall
all
S I IFAR
FAR EASTERN NOTES NOTESThe NOTESThe NOTESThe
The following Items concerning Eastern Asia are arecollated arecollated arecollated
collated from the London and China Telegraph TelegraphThe
The first census of Bangkok City has Just been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed The total population is returned at 628675 628675In
In order to augment the facilities and value of the theAntungMukden theAnttmgM theAnt
AntungMukden AnttmgM Ant ngMukden kden railway the Japanese Japanesesovernmimt Japanesesovernmimthas government governmenthas
has in view the construction of f a fine harbor h rbor at the themouth themouth themouth
mouth of the Yalu river riverA
A number of oil motor boats ordered orde ed from rom the theOsaka theOsaka theOsaka
Osaka Iron works by the residency general In Korea Koreahave Koreahave Koreahave
have been completed and are to be sent to Kure to tobe tobe tobe
be fitted with guns The boats are to be used to guard guardthe guardthe guardthe
the Korean coast coastThe coastThe coastThe
The Manila government has in contemplation a aplan aplan aplan
plan for grading to fixed standards the Philippine Philippinecigars Philippinecigars Philippinecigars
cigars that are sent to the United States and it is isvery Isvery Isvery
very probable that the project will be carried out It ItJs ItJs ItIs
Js Is planned to have at least four grades gradesAs
As an Initial step to dominate the tobacco market marketin
in Manchuria and Korea Mr Sasaki president of the theEast theEast theEast
East Asia Tobacco company will visit Seoul shortly shortlyin
in order to build an extensive factory which will give giveemployment giveemployment giveemployment
employment to 4000 hands at a time timeIt
It has been decided that two experts Messrs Ikeda Ikedaand Ikedaand Ikedaand
and Shlnke willbe sent to Europe and America In Inorder Inorder Inorder
order to make investigation In connection with the theconstruction theconstruction theconstruction
construction of buildings for the great Japan exhibi exhibition exhibitIon exhibition ¬
tion of 1917 They win stay at Seattle for two months monthsbefore monthsbefore monthsbefore
before returning home while Mr Shinke will go over overto overto overto
to England Belgium Italy and India IndiaDoctor IndiaDoctor IndiaDoctor
Doctor Ohya director of railways In Korea on his hisway hisway hisway
way to Tokyo from Seoul says that J8600000 and nd 7
500000 are included in the next budget for the laying layingof
of the proposed SeoulGensan and South Korea rail railways rallwnys railways ¬
ways respectively The construction of the Seoul SeoulWIJu SeoulWljurallway SeoulWiju
WIJu Wljurallway railway In consonance with that of the Antung AntungMukden AntungMukden AntungMukden
Mukden railway requires 2500000 but 1000000 only onlywill onlywill onlywill
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from constipation simply through ignorance of what whatkind whatkind whatkind Pepsin and was so sopleased sopleased I ¼ e epleased
kind of a remedy to take You cannot cure a chronic chronictrouble chronictrouble chronictrouble pleased to the drug with store It I sent sentto sentto sentto and andgot andgot S
trouble by one flushing of the colon as is the case when whensalts whensalts whensalts got 60cent a 1 bottle bottle and and andmy aRdmy a a60cent a50cent 3 3my
salts and purgative waters are used And it is a well wellknown wellknown wellknown my little girl four fouryears foure p
years e rs old Is In bet better better bettor ¬
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bind the bowels all the more These things seldom do domore domore domore life trouble I have with no more moreandstomach her
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and by continuing its use briefly the stomach muscles are trained to toagain toagain toagain r1 it for the good It has hasdone hasdone hasI
again do their work naturally and then you can dispense with withmedicines withmedicines withmedicines I i done us Our house houselsrtr is isnever isnever
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POSTAL CARD OR OTHERWISE FOR EITHER EITHERREQUEST FITIICllnEQIEST EITIIEILREQUEST man of me and I write to acknowledge my mygrat mygratItude grat gratitude gratitude ¬
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digestion Nearly every everyone one suffers from fromIt
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people who endure it habitually and who whoare whoare whoare
are accustomed to resort to the use of oflaxatives oflaxatives oflaxatives
laxatives and cathartics daily dailyMany dail dailIany dailyMany
Many people seemed to have developed developeda
a perfect mania for taking pills and In Instead Instead instead ¬
stead of trying to ascertain the latent latentcause latentcause latentcause
cause of the disease and removing it b bappropriate bappropriate by byappropriate >
appropriate treatment they are content contentto
to continue the reckless use of laxatives laxativesaperients laxativesaptrlents laxativesaperients
aperients drastic cathartics and violent violentpurgatives violentpurgatives Iolentpurgatives
purgatives until finally inflammation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bowels occurs which reaches the ap appendix appendix appondix ¬
pendix and the result is appendicitis appendicitisIn
In investigating and tracing the causa causative causative causative ¬
tive factors of constipation and its fret frequent trequent fretquent ¬
quent sequel appendicitis It has been beennoted beennoted beennoted
noted by physicians that the majority of ofcases ofI ofeases
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tion tionThe
The idea that appendicitis Is brought on onby cnby n nby
by foreign bodies such as seeds etc be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming lodged In the appendix Is an ex exploded exploded cxploded ¬
ploded theory It Is now definitely known knownthat knownthat knownthat
that constipation is the most prolific prolificcause prolificcause prolificcause
cause of this dread disease while the theconstipation th thconstipation theconstipation
constipation itself is previously induced inducedby
by Intestinal indigestion or amylaceous amylaceousdyspepsia amylaceousdyspepsiathe amyiaceousdyspepsiathe
dyspepsia dyspepsiathe the Inability to digest starches starchesso
so the relation between cause and effect effectIs
Is readily seen and appreciated appreciatedThe
The absurdity of attempting to cure cureconstipation cureconstipation cureconstipation
constipation by the use of physic should shouldbe
be apparent to every eveI one Laxative drugs drugsand druJsand drugsand
and powerful purgatives will never cure curea
a disease of this sort and those who whomake whomake whomake
make frequent or regular use of them themwill themwUl themwill
will sooner or later set up an inflamma inflammatory Inflammatory inulainmatory ¬
tory condition of the intestinal system systemA
A person with firstclass digestion will willnever willnever willnever
never be annoyed with chronic constipa constipation ¬
tion and when this trouble does exist existinstead existimtead existinstead
instead of slugging the system with pills pillsliquid pillsliquid pillsliquid
liquid laxatives candy cathartics etc etcuse etcuse etcuse
use a remedy which will cure the gastro gastrointestinal gastroIntestinal gastrointestinal ¬
intestinal Indigestion and you will find findthat findthat lndthat
that the constipation no longer bothers bothersyou
you ou and with its removal the risk of ofdeveloping ordeveloping ofdeveloping
developing appendicitis will be reduced tothe to tothe tothe
the minimum minimumSTUARTS minimumSTUARTS minimumSTUARS
STUARTS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS TABLETShave TABLETShnve TABLETShave
have been the means of curing numerous numerouscases numerouscases numerouscases
cases of constipation by first curing the theintestinal theIntestinal theintestinal
intestinal indigestion They digest every everykind everykind everykind
kind of food a single grain being capa capable capable capable ¬
ble of digesting 3000 grains of allmentum allmentumand all mentumand
and in addition to pepsin and other pow powerful powerful powerful ¬
erful digestives they also contain dias diastase diastase diastase ¬
tase which converts starch Into sugar sugarand sugarand sugarand
and readily cures amylaceous dyspepsia dyspepsiaand
and intestinal indigestion indigestionIf
If you are suffering from dyspepsia dyspepsiaconstipation dyspepsiaconstfpatlon dyspepsiaconstipation
constipation and In fact Indigestion of ofany ofan ofany
any an kind dont run the risk of getting gettingappendicitis gettingappendicitis gettIngappendicitis
appendicitis but strike at the root of the thetrouble thetroublethe thetroublethe
trouble troublethe the original cauee CRuleby by using usincrStuarts usingStuarts usingStuarts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets which will willquickly willquickly 11I 11Iquickly
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April 20 1909 1909Miona 1909l1iona 1909Miona
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