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THREE OF A KIND KINDWe KINDWe KINDWe
We do not mean to say that Mayor John S Brans Bransford Bransford Bransford
ford Is at all in the same social class with Martin MartinMulvey MartinMulvey IartlnMulvey
Mulvey and George Sheets That is to say we dont dontthink 110ntthink dontV
V think he would run a saloon or bank for a gam gambling gambUng gainhUng ¬
bUng house as d oes Mulvey And we dont think thinkIf
It he had been in George Sheets place that night of ofthe otthe ofthe
the McWhirters that he would have helped the thethieves thethieves thethieves
thieves to steal 9000 9OOQQr or any other amount of ofmoney ofmoney otmoney
money moneyAnd moneyAnd moneyAnd
And yet politics makes such strange bedfellows bedfellowsthat bedtellowsthat
that John S Bransford has been forced into the same samegroup samegroup samegroup
group with both of those unlovely men menSalt menSalt menSalt
Salt Lake Lal e people can never forget the connection connectionof
of Police Chief George Sheets with that famous rob robbery robbery robbery ¬
bery Here is a aDIGEST aDJGJST aDGJST V
DIGEST OF GEORGE SHEETS CONNECTION VITH WIJHfUJ WIT WIT11VIjIItTR >
4 THE MWHIRTER 1t CASE CASEGeorge CASGeorge CASEsGeorge
George Sheets lilaeefste entitled that he wa chief of fpJ fpJIre po police police ¬
lice When > MeWlilrter reWlall1ercal11 camp Into his headquarters In Incompany haColQ I Icompany
ColQ company unY with tll the bogus policeman it who ho wore ore a po police pOlice police ¬
lice officers bndce MclVtiirter asked him If the theman UsesIInn tIn11I11
man 11I11 wa va M R oflcer and zml Sheet said No o The Thepretended ThepretcntJed Thepretced
pretended policeman tuslated by four others had hadrobbed hadrobbecJ hadrobhe4
robbed MeVVlilrter r of ten thousand dollars In cash cashan easllan ea1an
an lionr IJoo ° r before Sheets nd usid he would try t nnd get getftonie getlIIomc getonIe
ftonie of 0 the money back again but did Dot ot arrest arrestthe arrestthe arrestthe
the bogus policeman poUcemftnwho irho Tvns not afraid In the of office office offlee ¬
fice of the tb chief chiefSheet chiefSheets chiefSheets
Sheets Trent wen Into the hall and returned with the thentnteraent theIItutemelit thestatement
statement that he could get et seven hundred and fifty fiftydollars fiftydolJus fiftydolIar
dollars 3IcWhlricr protested and the chief chle tvent tventout wrntout ucntout
out a oral ngalu B Dud uzi came back with a thousand dollars dollarsIln donarslIe
lIe II pave that to McWJiIrter reV lrter and pent ent him out of offowl offup oflowU
fowl The thieves resumed their protected Industry IndustryOne
One of them Is DOW service a sentence in the peal penitentiary penlfel1f1R17 pealtentlar7 ¬
tentiary for his part In the transaction transactionGeorge troDsDetlonGeolJre transactionGeorge
George Sheets Sbe ta In i today chief 4hl f of detectives de etlveA a andthe and andthe t tthe
the actual head of the police department vt Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake LakeOf LakeOf LakeOf
Of course the th victims regained their nerve got gotover gotover gotover
over their fright recovered reasonable confidence in inthe inthe inthe
the probity of any American community arid d came cameback c Cmbqcc me mebqck
back Ot course there was an instant scattering of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the thieves They received warning from the police policedepartment poHqdepartment pcllcedepartment
department and got out of town And for a year yearthe yearthe ar arthe
the county officials fought to o administer er to them to em thepunishment the thepunishment thepunishment
punishment they would certainly certatnlyhaverecelved have received from fromthe fromthe rom romthe
the beginning if George Sheets chief of pplice had haddone luidV d ddone
V done his duty in the first place placeAs paceM
As soon as the county officials started an inves investigation Investigation Investigation ¬
tigation the Tribune began to attack the th sheriff s arffl the theprosecuting theprosecutln theprosecuting
prosecuting attorney and a d the th Mormons It even evensaid evensaid evensaid
said the two MoWhirters wore Scotland yard man0 man0detectives me men mendetectives nO nOetecUves °
detectives from the famous police headquarters ha aa quart rs in inLondon InLondQn tiLondqn
LondQn and that they had been broug1t over here Jiereby hereb hereby
by b the Mormons especially to put the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party in a hole holeLooks hOleLooks holeLooks
Looks laughable from here doesnt it W I And nd yet yetthat yetthat yetthat
that was one of the Tribunes methods of breaking breakingthe breakingthl V
the force of the evidence against George Sheets SheetsBad heetsBad heotsBad
Bad and foolish as that was however Jt t wag wa ex exrppded exftlded exreeded
rppded in perfidy by the Tribunes insolent charac characterisation eharaettrlzatlon elsaraeterisation ¬
terisation of the victims as suckers from Scot ScotIpq
1 ind Yes that is what the Tribune called them themThey themThlY themThey
They were tourists in Salt Lake They The were trapped trappedb
b by a policeprotected bunko gang here in the city
T Ten < n thousand dolla s was stolen from them One Onethousand Onethoultlnd OnethUSflfld
thousand dollars was given back in consideration of nftheir ofthlir oftheir
their leaving the city clt And when they came back backand backand backand
and demanded the operation of the law the Tribune Tribunetailed TribunecaIlpd Tribunecalled
tailed them th m suckers from Scotland ScotlandDoesnt ScotlandD065I1t ScotlandDoosnt
Doesnt look possible but it happened happenedOf happnOt
Of course the logic Is that every 8ve tourist who whocomes whoromes whocomes
comes to Salt Lake is J to be pillaged by the th friends friendsof
V
of George Sheets and they are suckers if they thQ com complain CDmplain cornplain ¬
plain plainAnd
And John P So Bransford put that man back on the thepolice Lhepolice thepolice
police force after public opinion forced him into pri private prtTate pr4rate ¬
Tate life put him back on the force and made him himactual himactual him himactual
actual head of that department of o the citys service serviceIt
It Is a pretty black indictment of o Sir Ir Brangford BrangfordBut BransfordRt
But it is not quite so dark after nil as he has writ written writtn vrltt ¬
ten t n against himself For a time no one knew who whoreally whorEall3 whoV whowas
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really was responsible for the terrible stockade stockadeThlch stockr tockdewhich de dewhich
which was building on the west side Different pee people poopIe peepie ¬
pIe were charged with it and they all disclaimed disclaimedany
any connection But Mr Ir Bransford stood out from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the ranks of the good people with Uh whom he had been beenassociating beenRssociatlng beenassociating
associating all his life and stated that he was the theather theather therather
ather of the stockade Here Is an Interview of ofMAYOR otUAYOR ofMAYOR
MAYOR JOhN niANSFORI > vEV IN SALT LAKE HER HERALD JlEnALl liEnALB ¬
ALl DECEMBER nECE UEn EIGHTH IOCS IOCSWith 1908Uh 1005ifh
With Uh reference to the proposed propo ell new district the thehouaeii thehouae thehouses
houses of which are In process of coimtmctlon I IWISH IWISJI IWish
WISH TO SAY THAT I AM THOROUGHLY TIIOROUG LY IN INFAVOR INJ TNFAVOR
FAVOR J A YOn OP O IT and that it was mi IUI at my suggestion anYlluggeationthat suggestionthat
that the work tva begun begunWITH beJunWITJlTJl begunWITH
WITH WITJlTJl THE POWER VESTED IN 3IE AS MAYOR MAYOROF 31A YOR YOROF
OF SALT LAKE CITY I propose to take these wo women voflea fO fOmen ¬
men from the business section of the city and put putthem putthem putthem
them in the new district districtI
I asked Mr Mulvey to find some person or com company ComIIRny cornpnny ¬
pany that would ould consent < < to erect the buildings fl In Inthe inlime I Itile
the district after the general plans and vUioJrtonli vUioJrtonliconsent whoiouldeon whoivouldconsent
consent eon Kent to hare ba the entire district under constant constanpolice constantpolice constantpolice
police regulation reguJ tloo Mr Mulvey found some people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
who considered the matter bat finally they decided dccideinot dcddednot
not to undertake the e project projectThen proJectJhen projectThen
Then It iras WII i thut vre got ot Into communication with withthe withthe I Ithe
the Ogden people THEY AGREED GREEDTO TO MY PLANS PLANSand
and I told them if they fhe did as I wished lhcd nud nndfollo followed followecout Ted Tedout
out the directions I gave them my word that I would wonlinee wouldsee
nee fI to It that the women of the downtown district dlstrlciwere districtnere districtwere
were removed to the new location ACTING SOLE SOLELY SOLEIY SOLETX ¬
LY ON MY IY ASSWIANCE THAT TIlE REMOVAL REMOVALOULD REIOVALWOULD REMOVALWOULD
WOULD BE MADE THESE PEOPLE INVESTED INVESTEDTHEIR IZVESTEDTJIEIIl INVESTEDThEIR
THEIR MONEY AND A D HAVE IIA VB BUILT THE BUILD BUILDINGS BUILDIXGS UUILDINGS ¬
INGS AFTER MY SUGGESTIONS
The buildings are arenow arenow areV areirnw
V now un and the removal of the women to the new newdistrict newdistrict nydistrict
district will be made very soon BOOHNow soonNow ooaNow
Now no city which has such a chief of police is issafe Issafe issafe
safe No mayor who stands for such a chief Is well welsafeguarded weUsafeguarded wellsafeguarded
safeguarded And yet there is an additional reason reasonwhy reasonwhy reasonwhy
why Mr Ir Bransford should not be at the head of the thecity thelt thecity
city lt nor Sheets at the headof h head d ot the police depart department department department ¬
ment Itis that both are friends friendsand and supporters o oMartin ot ofMartin I
Martin Mulvey now candidate for the council from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the Filth ward Martin is not a good gooc man for that thator
or any other office Six years ago he was a candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date from the same place for the same office And Andthen Andthen Andthen
then the Tribune opposed him Read this from the theSALT theSAIlI theSALT
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE OCTOBER 30 lOOS ID03EDI EDI EDITORIAL ¬
t
TORIAL TORUL3tartln TORIALtMartin t tMartin
Martin E Mulrsy h tv is relying for election upon tI tI01el1lob the theote thevole
vole 01el1lob which is distinctly classed as a the vote of the theunderrorld theuBderrorld theuaderTorld
underrorld the votes of thieves prostitutes and the thelawless thelawle thelawless
lawless classes generally Without the support o othat of oftliat ofthat
that class his chances for election would not be beworth beTerth beworth
worth the sheading of a nickel upon Yet there is isno IIIRO IsHo
no lack of dirty coin In n his bI campaign He has been beena
a member of the council O BCIJ before and he did cUdthe the city cityno
no iood ood His IUllellodlllncy candidacy BOW BO bodes no good lCoo to the theItr theeitT theiIj
eitT Itr V
ItrWe We call all111 B > > e en a all l fair and dectHtmludcd citizen
of the Fifth municipal ward to come < < forward IB In Indlgnanf ladJgnai IndIgn6
dlgnanf f p protest bt t it ignIstthe against the pretensions of this man maaand manand manand
and bury him so deep under their ballots on Tues Tuesday T1SedllT Tueday ¬
day next that tbatpolltlCnlITbe politically be will Jll never be beard of ofagain ofafraln ofngaln
again againMartin afralnMartin ngalnMartin
Martin was beaten be t n that year Since that time timeevery timeeery timeevery
every word the Tribune said of him has proven a aprophecy aprophecy aprophecy
prophecy fulfilled Martin Martinnow > now has at least twosa twosaoons two sa saIcons
loons oons Some people say he is silent partner in three threemore threemore threexnoreand
more xnoreand and nd they among the worst in the city The Thegambling Thegambling Thegambling
gambling made safe because it is I over his saloons saloonsis
is s one one of o the notorious phases of life in Salt Lake LakeHis LakeHis LakeHis
His fellowship with the disreputables has grown grownmore growrlmore grownmore
more constant constantnot not Jess His Interest in George GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheets GeorgeSheets
Sheets has never abated Sheets has never n ver aban abandoned abandoned abandoned ¬
doned his lounging place placeln in and in front of the Mul Mulvey Muivey Iulvey ¬
vey saloons saloonsPeople saloonsPeopleot saloonsPeopleof
People Peopleot of Salt Lake these t ese three men stand or fall falltogether faUtogether falltogether
together You cannot give gl e office to Bransford with without wIthout without ¬
out the assurande assuran e that Sheets Sheets will continue his male malevolent malevolent maleVolent ¬
volent and dishonest influence on the city You Younot can cannot CJinot ¬
not elect Martin Mulvey without openly confessing confessingthat
that the Fifth municipal ward ward prefers a doublebar doublebarrelled doyblebarrelIed doublebarrolled ¬
relIed saloonkeeper to an honest and successful bust business bustneas busfness ¬
ness man manThey manThey V
They stand or fall together
DONT BE BEAFRAIP AFRAID TO BE FAIR FAIRThis FAIRT FAIRThis
This T ls la intended d to be a brief address to that thatmember t thatmember at atmember
member of the th American party who is not afraid to toJB tob tobe
b be JB fair And there are plenty of such men menThe mellThe XnTtThe
The other day a prominent member of the Amer American Amerplean American ¬
ican party said What fools these Mormons are areputting areputthlg aref arefputting
putting a bishops counsellor on the ticket against againstMulvey agalnatulveY againstMulvey
Mulvey MulveyWhy MulveyWhy ulveYWhy
Why not a bishops counsellor or if he Is a good goodman1 goodmanl goodman
man1 man 7 asked another American AmericanAnd AmericanAnd AmericanAnd
And surely that is a fair question There are aresome areSOme aresome
some thousands of perfectly reputable and worthy worthycitizens worthYclUzens worthycitizens
citizens of Salt Lake who ara ar members of the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormo ¬
mon mo church Arilong iong their officers is one officer officercalled otncercalled omcercalled
called the bishop The bishop has a counsellor cOJ1n counsellorOr counsellorOrmaybe enoror enorormaybe or ormaybe
maybe two or even three counsellors The HeraldRepublican Ueralc1PYbHcan Herald ReraldRepnbllcan
Republican is not ot a Mormon paper and may be un uninformed unpInfoJTQed unluformed ¬
informed as to the polity of that church But the thebishop thebishop thebishop
bishop has a counsellor That adviser of the church churchofficial churchofficial churchofficial
official is probably selected s because of his ls prudfence prudfencehis prudtmcehis
his sound sense his worth the value of the t counsel counselwhich counselwhich counselwhich
which he is likely to give giveIt
It doesnt at all argue that he Is a peril to the thecity t thecity e eCIty
city nor ft nenace to the government It t doesnt doesntat
at all argue that he Is to be discriminated against againstin
in the repognition of civic rights rightsThe rightsThe rlghtsThe
The Man who Is Not Afraid to Be Fair will con concede concede concede ¬
cede that the Republican Repu lican party was not afraid to tonominate tonominate tonominate
nominate a minister of the t e Methodist church as one oneof oneof oneof
of its candidates and an a minister of the Congrega Congregational ConiregaUonal Congregational ¬
tional church for another of Its candidates There Thereis
is no question the nominations were made in perfect perfectgood perfectgood perfectgood
good faith and with the hope tat the men chosen chosenwould chosenwOlld chosenwould
would make the race No one Is afraid of either eitherMr eitherMr eitherMr
Mr Short or Mr Goshen in the city council Why Whyshould Whyshould Whyshould
should any anyone one be afraid of the counsellor of a abishop ablshopl abishop
bishop bishopWe blshoplWe bishopWe
We people of Utah must some time get away from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the old and Intolerant idea that everything eveJt lng Mormon MormonIs
Is bad The people of England suffered that craze crazefor crazefor crazefor
for many man years and the misery that followed the theharsh theharsh theharsh
harsh spirit of religious persecution can never be bemeasured bemeasured bemeasured
measured by b man Also A1s the power of o the nation nationirrew nationTew nationgrew
grew as the people p ople took on the broader more wise wiseand wiseand wiseand
and courageous view that the mans character and andnot andnot andnot
not his church must m si be the one safe measure measureThere measureThere measureThere
There was a day da when the English people de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded a Shylock as their expression of hatred for forthe forthe forth
the th Jew J6 And there came a time when they threw threwoff threwort threwoft
off that harsh view and made a Jew their prime primeminister primeministerand primeministerand
minister ministerand and never in the history of Great Britain Britaindid
did the nation advance so splendidly as under his hiscounsel hiscQI
counsel cQI nsel sel and advice adviceLet adviceLet adviceLet
Let the Man Ian Whp is Not Afraid to Be Fair Fairrise Fairriseabove rise riseabove rIseabove
above the intolerant harshness which the American Americanparty Americanparty Americanparty
party leaders l ader and papers urge upon him A bish bishops bishops bishops ¬
ops counsellor may may be a good man If he be bad badit
it Is because of the man manand and not because ecause of the thechurch thechuroh thechurch
church to which he belongs or the church office officewhich officewhich officewhich
which he holds
COSTLY DEFIANCE OF OFTHE THE LAW LAWThe LAWThe LAWThe
The Emery mel County Pi Progress ogress tells of two pros probpectors prospectors prospectors
pectors who visited the Castle Dale country countr look looking looking lOoking ¬
ing for mines and buying liquor IIquorln ilquorinojdentally Inojdentally dentally Pros Presently Prellntly Prosuntly ¬
ently < they the abandoned the search for minerals and andwent andwent andwent
went to a justice of the peace pea e where they filed a aUna nline aline
line of affidavits that have cost one druggist 450 in infines inUna InlilIes
fines and 1200 OO more for a license for the rest of the theyear theear theyear
year ear And another violator of the law is in Just JustRbout justabout u uabout
about the same predicament predicamentA nt ntA
A fair reading of the records Jrom from various parts parUof nartsof
of the state seems to make clear the peril of violat violating violatIng violating ¬
ing the liquor laws of o Utah The Tl1epeopIe people are not in ina jua ina
a mood to tolerate any departure from the straight straightand
and honest way There is the law and they the expect expectall
all to obey ohe it When disobeyed disQbe ed the people can canmake canmalte canmake
make that same la lai Ian very ory effective in correction correctionAnd
And that is proper Every Juan knows what is isthe I Ithe Isthe >
the law la If he defies it he has no reasonable re1 ol1abl ground groundfor
for complaint when he suffers for hjB hi > action actionAnd actionAnd actionAnd
And incidentally it proves that wherever the thepeople thepeople timepeople
people of Utah want a cessation of liquor selling sellingthey sellingthey sellingthey
they can get it As Governor Spry SPI has said the thelaw theIn thelaw
law In now on the books is an ample protection for the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people y
LOSING THOUSANDS EVERY YEAn YEAnKvery YEAEory YEAPEvery
Every mile mlleot of land between Ogden and Salt Lake Lakeis
is loser for the failure of the big irrigation scheme schemethat schemethat schemethat
that recently was discussed at Lagoon and else elsewhere elsewh elsewhere ¬
where wh re The Clipper CII er of Fannington figures out that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the people of Davis county alone have lost the op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity to earn 30000 a year ear in the sale of fruit fruitbecause fruitbecause fruitbecause
because the ditch in question has been defeated defeatedIt
It is a tremendous showing and yet it looks rea reasonable reasonab1e rcasonable ¬
sonable At the very least there were we e 30000 acres to tobe tobe tobe
be reclaimed It is the best fruit land in the coun country country country ¬
try One farmer sold 1700 worth of apples from one oneacre oneacre oneacre
acre of ground in precisely the same soil as that to tobe tobe tobe
be reclaimed roclalmeddltrering differing only in the fact that his hisorchard hisorch3rd hisorchird
orchard was irrigated irrigatedAnother IrrigatedAnother irrigatedAnother
Another man sold 2000 from an acre of cherries cherriesand
and the land is exactly similar to that which would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been under irrigation if the ditch had been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed completedWe
We cannot believe that so excellent a scheme will willfail willfall willfall
fall No matter if the Salt Lake Tribune and its itsfriends itstriends itsfriends
friends oppose the plan Let the people who are in interested Interested Intereted ¬
terested try again With perserverance we believe believethey believethey believethey
they can get that Weber and Davis canal scheme schemethrough schemethrough schemethrough
through It would be for the permanent betterment bettermentof
of the state for the enrichment of every one o e who whotook whotook whotook
took advantage of Its opportunity opportunityand and would mean meanmighty meanmighty meanmighty
mighty addition to tothe the tide of home making in Utah
THE STRENGTH OF HONESTY HONESTYNo
No one can listen to James Murdoch ten minutes minuteswithout minuteswithout minuteswithout
without the conviction that he Is Isa a perfectly honest honestman honestman honestman
man Every one who knows him is aware a that he heis heIs heIs
is a brave man And all his life he has proved prov d that thathe thathe thathe
he is a reliable man manHe manHe V
He gains gainsln in political strength the more the peo people peopIe peopie ¬
pIe see a of o him and andhear hear h < < ar of him himHe himHe himHe
He held a conference with some representative representativesaloon
saloon men the other day They wanted to know knowhis knowhis knowhis
his views regarding their business and he told them themhis themhis themhis
his views were expressed In the law He obeyed obeyedthe
the law himself and he held that every one oneelse oneelseshoulq else elseshould elseshoul4
should do the same So long longas as they did so they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had nothing to fear from him when he came to the theoffice theomce theoffice
v vAnd k kAnd
office of t mayor i IAnd V
And the th fair and an open statement of the Repubt Reptib
llcan candidate won the good will of every worthy worthymember worthym worthymember
member m mber of the delegation It Is the th one safe way wayAbsolute wayAbs wayAbsolute
Absolute Abs lute honesty never needs an an excuse c5cUSe cuse If a law lawIs lawIs lawIs
Is bad Mr Ir Murdoch Bays laY8the theremedy medY Is to amend or orrepeal orrepeal orrepeal
repeal It But so long ong as it is on the statute books bookshe bokshe
he holds it should be obeyed obeyedSome obeyedSaine obeyedSeine
Some of hienemies hi enemIes have tried to paint Mr Mur Murdoch Murtoch Murocli ¬
doch as a 9 i reactionary as a mossback That is isbecause Isbecause Isbecause
because he holds that the law forbidding the city cityto
to anticipate next years revenues should be obeyed obeyedThat ObeyecThat obeyedThat
That is because he takes care of the interests of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people It Is not because he is opposed to Improve Improvement Improvement improvemeat ¬
ment His statement of principles before the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake theatre audience last Saturday night etfectual effectually
ly disposes s of that slander slanderJames slanderJames slanderJames
James D Murdoch Is the safest the best the themostworthy themost themostV
mostworthy most worthy candidate for mayor that will be voted votedfor votedfor votedfor
for at the election next Tuesday
r
GEORGE IS GETTING CARELESS CARELESSOn
On the front page of Harpers Weekly we find the thestatement thestatement theStatement
statement that the paper within Is edited by byGeorge byGeorge byGeorge
George Harvey IIarverGCQr harveyQeprgo s sGeprse
Geprse GCQr e doesnt need brag about it It we found foun < In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Nephi record such sentences as Utter the edito editorial edltoria editorIal ¬
rial ria pages of Harpers we should administer admlnll er father fatherly ¬
ly rebuke And w we can c n pick out thirteen thlrte n editors of ofcountry otcountry ofcountry
country papers here In Utah either of whom would wouldwrite wouldwrIte wouldWrite
write better stuff than the t e famous old Weekly Weeklypresents WeeklYpresents Weeklypresents
presents to its readers readersSpeaking readersSpeakll1g readersSpeaking
Speaking of the incident of o Minister Cranes dIe dismissal dl dlmissal dIemissal ¬
missal the Weekly says saysThere saysThere saysThere
There Ja S a general feeling that there is more to tothe tothe tothe
the story than has been disclosed Mr Knox sug suggested SUIgested suggested ¬
gested that Mr Crane told things t lngl to 0 a newspaper newspaperman
man that he phould not have told toldIf toldIt toldIf
If there is a high school boy in New York who whowould wl10would whowould
would admit the authorship of such English we be beleve beI behere
I here it would be better to let Tammany have the thepity ther thecity
r city and see what he she or it could do with thq thqgreat thtgreat th thgreat
great cause cau e of education educationAgain educationAgain educationAgain
Again under the title of fIPe Peace e the Weekly Weeklysays Weeklysays I IEjays
says I IJver
Every very Dreadnaught that is built is built they tell tellis tellus I
us to preserve peace and anI each ac costs ten en million dob dobars dollam
lars ars money enough enQug that Is to endow a university universityTime universityTIme universityTime
I
Time was when Harpers really was a journal of ofcivilization ofclvlllzatlonl ofcivIlIzatIon
civilization as it still claims with its front page pageanner pagebanner I
banner > anner But the sort of civilization clvlUzatlonexpressed expressed by bysuch bysuch bysuch
such composition must hark ark back to one of Colonel ColonelHarveys ColonelHlIrvey ColonelHarveys
Harveys other incarnations incarnationsAnd
And here is another anotherAs
As much as anybody can say is that when war warbegins warbegins f
begins to die out It will be because of o the establish establishment establishment
ment of the conviction In the minds of the civilized civilizedpeople civilizedpeople civilizedpeople I
people that it doesnt pay payAnd payAnd I IAnQ
And there are fiftyseven other otherdlfferent different varieties varietiesof I
of impossibles in that one number of October twen twenythird twenhthird twentythird
ythird We understand that a great many men in inNew InNew i iNew
New York are hunting work Let Colonel Harvey HarveyShut Harveyhut
hut his eyes grab grabone one of them and put on a sub subt
t
WHERE ARE THE TWENTYFOUR MILES MILESIt
It is not pleasant to destroy the dream of any sin sincere sincere sincere ¬
cere soul soulIJut But we would like to know where are arethose arethose arethose
those twentyfour miles ot asphalt street st et paving in inSalt inSalt I
Salt LakeOn Lake LakeOn i
On many billboards about town the public Is as assured assured ¬
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sured that the American party has paved seventeen seventeenmiles seventeenmUes seventeenmiles
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miles of streets in the th e four years of its incumbency incumbencyand
and that there were Were seven miles 6f like paving be before before before ¬ I
fore foreBut I
But we cant find the twentyfour miles milesA
A good od many engineers have tried to figure out outsome outsome outsome
some excuse Qse for that bit t of bombast and have failed failedOf failedOf
Of course we are going to have twentyfour miles milesof
of street paving in Salt Lake one of these days < and andt andit
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It t will come under Republican administration too tooThe tooThe tooTue
The whole city will be properly prop rl Improved jtTP ved There will willje willbe willbe
be je no stopping in the grand progress which the peo people peopIe pe pepie ¬
pIe of all parties began In 1901 1901But 1901But 1501But
But is there any reason in the th world why the theAmerican theAmerican themcrican
American party bosses cannot tell the truth in a abill abill abill
bill board We dont expect them to do it in the theTribune theTrlbuneBIIl theTrlbuneBlll
Tribune TrlbuneBIIl Bill billboards are different People like liketo Uketo liketo
to believe they are edited with care
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The Richfield Reaper is another of the outcounty outcountypapers outcountypapers outcountypapers
papers that approve The HeraldRepublicans cam campaign campaign campaign ¬
paign for a railroad from Alarysvale Ia svala to the Grand GrandCanyon GrandCauon GrandCanyon
Canyon of the Colorado and In the course of a very veryable YfI YfIable veryable
able editorial argument says saysA saysA
A line lip from Mdrysvale south would open up more moregood moregood
good country than any an other similar project In Utah UtahThis UtahThis UtahThis I
This season the fruit crop in the south Is simply simplywasted simplywasted simplywasted
wasted because of the lack of railroad facilities facilitiesThere facilitiesThere I
There are great possibilities in fruit grain produce producecattle producecatttc producecatt1e
cattle and an sheep in the south and that country countryshould countrysl101Jld countryshould
should be opened up Piute Garflelo nnd nn Kane coun counties counties counties ¬
ties are as rich or possibly pos ibl richer than any other othersection othersection othersection
section of the state and the Marysvale branch branchshould brttnhshould branchshould
should be extended extendedNot extendedNot
Not a tenth part of Utah has yet been made to toyield toield toyield
yield ield the riches it holds for the people Every ery day daybrings daybrings daybrings
brings nearer the era of perfect p rtect development But Butone Butone Butone
one of the best moves we can imagine toward the thedesired thedesired thedesired
desired end is the building of that railroad and the theentry theentJ theentry
entry entJ of homebuilders on that splendid region to the thesouth theIolth thesouth
south
And speaking of appropriating appro rlatlng public money for fora t r ra
a private enterprise it will be remembered that at atthe atthe atthe
the time of the San Francisco o earthquake the coun ¬
cil adopted a resolution appropriating ten thousand thousanddollars thousanddonars thousanddollars
dollars for the benefit of the sufferers sufferersand and Ezra EzraThompson EzraThompson EzraThompson
Thompson vetoed the measure He gave the very verygood verygood verygood
good reason that the law did not permit that use of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the citys funds Mr Thompson was right and we wedont wedont wedont
dont see any an of the American party papers abusing abusinghim abusing111m
him for neither It either
The law says that no money shall be appropriated appropriatedby
by the council from the public treasury for the thebenefit theb thebenefit
benefit b nefit of any private enterprise whatsoever The Thebosses Thebosses Thebosses
bosses of the American party curse James Jam s Murdoch Murdochbecause Murdochbecause Murdochbecause
because he obeys the law And any any ny one whowants whowantsto who wants wantsto
to vote against him because he holds the law must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be observed is at perfect liberty to do so If the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people want a mayor who doesnt care a fig for the thelaw he helaw helaw
law they will have to vote for John S Bronsford
The Tribune says that six years ago when the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American party assumed control of city affairs not nota
a Mormon in Salt Lake owned an automobile Oh Ohwell Ohwel1 Ohwell
well there is no use In argument after that The TheIncident ThcIncident TheIncident
Incident Is closed That proves that Bransford ought oughtto
to be elected What
Mrs Irs Maude Wade Is likely to be e elected city citytreasurer citytreasurer citytreasurer
treasurer at Brigham She is the nominee of both boththe boththe boththe
the Republican and the Democratic parties And Andpeople Andpeople Andpeople
people who know her say the city will iIi make no nomistake 110mistake nomistake
mistake in her selection
The HeraldRepublican doesnt complain of the thefire thefire thefire
fire department because it wants to prove that the thecity thecity thecity
city Is in danger but if the cay Is in danger because becauseof
of a worthless and disorganized fire department The TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican TheHeraldRepublican
HeraldRepublican Is right In mentioning it
The Ulntah Standard has received d a beet weigh weighing weighing weighing ¬
ing seventeen and a half pounds It Is not a a pure puresugar puresugar puresugar
sugar beet but there Is enough sugar In It to carry carryexcuse carryexcue carryexcuse
excuse for or the half that Is oldfashioned 01df shloned mangel
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There is s only one safe place for the thecitJ citizen n to toexpress toexpress toxpress
express express his hI political preference and that is by vot voting votirig votthg ¬
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bth til the American Apierican cause aU5 Iii s expressed in IJ the h slugging sluggingof 81uggtngoKelsey
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