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4 THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 5 1909
THE SALT LAKE
HERALDREPUBLICAN
The InterMountain RelubllcBa
Est Feb 12 1906
The Salt Lake Herald
Est June G 1570
Only RCJubllcan Dally Newspaper In
Salt Lake City Utah
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Ii TRAOESIJN crICOUNCl II
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THE SORT OF PEOPLE TO
ENCOURAGE
In every part of Utah heavy rains
have descended In the present year In
many places these rains have done
much damage Ve of Salt Lake know
something about It for we can remem
ber what City creek did with Itself one
day In the early summer
Lat In August the torrents beat on
the people of southern 1tah At Kanab
there was a dam which held water both
for irrigation and for domestic uses In
the town The dam was strong the
supply was abundant and clear and
the prosperity of the people depended
on the water held In their reservoir
But nothing could stand before the
pressure of that deluge which pressed
upon the embankment And on the last
day of August the dam went outand
the chief means of living for the people
In and about Kanab went out with It
The sturdy men there took one look
at their vanished dam and then they
decided to pipe water from certain
springs five miles up the valley which
could supply the demand for culinary
purposes After that they would talk
about getting the dam rebullded and
the safeguard ot their crops and their
orchards restored That very night
they made up their order for Iron pipe
They raised the eight hundred dollars
in cash necessary for the down pay
ment They ascertained that the total
expense of piping the water from the
mountain springs to Kanab would be
about ten thousand dollars and they
obligated themselves to meet that cost
The pipe was shipped from the east
ern market to lIarysvale and the Ka
nab people hauled It by teams a hun
dred and twenty miles and strung It
from the town to the mountain They
dug four tunnels into the rock of the
hills found their four springs pre
pared cisterns In the solid rock In the
tunnels caught the water there and
covered It from all Impurities of every
possible sort attached their pipes and
today they have water In practically
every home in Kanab Every family
gets a hundred and forty gallons each
darWhen
When one thinks of the miserable
roads south of Yarsvale of the blow
which Is expressed by that going out of
the dam the lack of very rIch men In
the district the promptness of the ac
tionthat work of the Kanab people
seems tremendously creditable Only
the right sort of citizens can meet dis
aster so bravely and conquer It so
completely
Of course their four springs will not
replace the water needed for Irrigation
and the farms and orchards that have
been depending on the supply held by
the dam will be without Irrigation next
summerand will be totally lostunless
some other manner of rebuilding the
dam can be effected
But we believe every citizen of Utah
will be glad to know that the state Is
held and will finally all be conquered
by just the type ot men who live In
Kanab
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SEVERE ON THE SCHOOL GIRLS
Some of the Los Angeles school girls
wore rats In their hair Some of them
vore broad ribbon bows And one of
the woman teachers commanded them
to leave rats and ribbons at home
The girls rebelled and the matter went
up to the head of the schools The rule
was sustained and some of the children
went home and appealed to their par
ents Again the edict of the COUrt be
low was upheld and as that was the
tribunal of last resort the papers say
the girls came back to school next
morning without any rats or other
adornment
We are not so sure about the wIsdom
of that rule Rats may be silly from
the standpoint of a woman teacher or
of a man principal and yet that fact
may not be reason enough for putting
them under the ban
There Is a nice distinction mentioned
by one William Blackstone sometime
a writer on law He seeks to point out
the things that a law may properly
prohibit and those things which no law
should seek to interfere with And he
instances the law forbidding pikes on
the toes of the shoes at one period of
English history The learned writer
recites that the law permitted pikes
of two Inches length but forbade any
one wearing them at greater length
And he adds that the law was bad be
cause while pikes longer than two
inches might 1e foolish and even Incon
venient to the wearer the prohibiting
of them was an unwarranted Invasion
of the private right of the citizen
We are Inclined to regret that the
Los Angeles girls couldnt find another
court to revIew the proceedings In pre
vious adjudications We dont very
much like their rats but we hold that
they have a rIght to wear themwithin
reason and when properly hidden with
hair
As to the ribbons the schoolmaam
who laid the prohibition upon them
must be a very pinched and soured per
son of mOre experience than judgment
Simply because she cant wear a rat
without revealing It and simply be
cause her complexIon doesnt match
with any sort or size of ribbon Is no
reason why she should lay down a rule
which invades the private right of the
pupil without at all conserving the good
of the school < Jr even advancing the I
cause or education
JAPS BEAT AMERICANS
After the baseball season waned In
this country a capable team traveled
across the seas and ventured against
the players In Japan
And the taps beat them
The Yankees of the Orient played I
taster were more sure batters more
clever in base stealing more venture
some In the field and on the base lines
They outplayed a team that would
make a good showing against the win
ners of the world series of games In
America
Incidentally they have extended the
vogue of baseball They have stimu
lated a love for the game on the other
side of the earth Another year we may
s the struggle for baseball honors
widened by the breadth of the globe
It will not be simply a question wheth
er Detroit or Pitts burg Is the better It
may be a question between America
and Japan
There Is a good business reason
against war with the mikados people
There Is a sentimental reason as well
But the strongest bond In the world
will be the universal love of baseball
and the ability of managers to draft
players In any land from Greenlands
icy mountains to Indias coral strand
with minor league possibilities from
Manchuria to frlcs golden sand
VALUE OF SUNDAY CONCERTS
In one of the eastern clUes four sa
cred concerts were given last Sunday
afternoon More than two thousand
people attended each of them At one
the number was nearer five thousand
The very best vocal and Instrumental
music was rendered In each the peo
ple sat attentive Interested benefited
and they expressed their pleasure with
repeated storms of applause
In the first place they could not well
have been better employed Most of
them had attended divine service In one
or other of the churches In the morn
Ing All must have preferred the con
certs to any counter attraction There
fore the Influence of the sacred Sunday
afternoon concerts was good
It is probable we of Salt Lake wlll
have an opportunity In the coming win
ter to provide a local series of Sunday
concerts Nothing could be more help
ful to the city No influence could be
mora clean or uplifting or inspiring
No one can go from a good concert with
bad thoughts In his heart
It may cost money The money will
not be better Invested It should be the
pride of the people that the Symphony
orchestra can be adequately supported
In Salt Lake
THE RIGHT MANS FAME IS
SECURE
The world Is safe with Dr Cooks
case In the hands of the Danes Those
people wlll scan his evidence with all
the exactness of science and all the
fairness of honest men
The Danes gave Dr Cook welcome
because they appreciate the splendor of
his claimed achievementthe reaching
of the pole They honored him with
banquets and a royal reception be
cause they understand what a conquest
of the absolute north Implies
But they are not going to be misled
by him They are sure to subject his
evidence to the most rigid scrutiny It
Is because they are both fair and com
petent that the world can rest assured
of getting a true verdict from Denmark
If Dr Cooks evidence persuades the
Danes that he reached the pole they
will so state to the nations And If they
do so state scientific men everywhere
wlll know It Is the truth
Dr Cook wlll not mislead them And
Commander Peary will not dissuade
them
THE COMMONSENSE VIEW
Here Is a dispatch from Montgomery
AlaWith
With a shortage of almost 1000000
staring the state In the face and with
the executive authorized under the law
to borrow only 3QOOOO In such emer
gencies Governor B B Comer Is fairly
up against the real thing In loss of
revenue by the prohibition laws
The appropriation made In the regu
lar session of the legislature In 1907 did
not take Into account the general pro
hibition law enacted at the special ses
sion of the same year which became
effective on the first of the present year
As a result the strong box has gone
so empty that 50000 must be had to
tide over the month of November with
perhaps 900000 representing the deficit
that must come along br the end of the
year
That is one thing that cannot be Ig
nored The expenses of state main
taining will have to be met The work
of the state will have to go on It Is an
obligation which cannot be evaded
At the same time the people who
voted prohibition In Alabama are con
stantly clamoring that the law Is not
effective Liquor comes In from other
states and there Is more of the offen
sive phase of drinking than there has
ever been In the past
They have no money to pay for regu
lation and none with which to employ
officers to detect offenders or punish
them when caught
It would seem the commonsense plan
to grant a license and exact enough of
revenue to pay for the regulation at
least
This until such time as the work of
temperance so certainly advancing
shall have won all manhood to the cause
of abstinence
WENT TO WRONG CITY
One of the Chicago papers tells well
the pitiful story of a young man and
his wife who drank poison with intent < <
to end It all because they had ex
hausted their entire hundred and fifty
dollars In a vaIn effort to find work
The mistake the two made was In se
lecting the wrong city If they had
landed In Utah with that hundred and
fifty as they landed In Chicago with It
they could within a year have had the
foundation ot a home and a fortune
well within their grasp Instead they
went to an already overcrowded city
and added themselves to the many
thousands too many for the needs of the
place They were crowded out and
could see nothing better than to spend I
their last dime for carbolic acid
It Is the mistake of the age Thou I
sands go to the big centers where they
have no chance and ignore the call of I
the regions where industry honesty and
character are certain to yield Indepen
dence and support
It Is becoming a national problem I
There Is a theory that human Ute is
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valuable to the commonwealth If that
be true some effort will have to be
made to prevent the massing of seekers
after work In the centers of congested
population and a like effort made at
planting them In the regions where
there Is a demand for the one thing they
havethe ability to work
Massachusetts did a service to the
nation and the world when she assisted
emigrants on the way to Kansas The
state was preserved to freedom and a
commonwealth of splendid riches and
respectable power Is controlled today
by the sons and the daughters of those
men and women who came In poverty
to the prairie territory In the old days
GYPSY SMITHS REVIVALS
A good many sensible men have their
doubts about the value of a religious re
vival Many a strong Christian has
pointed out that after the wave of ex
citement comes a corresponding depres
siona season and a tendency toward
even greater excesses than ever before
In many cities of the east a man
called Gypsy Smith has been holding
revivals At one just closed twelve
thousand people have professed religion
and turned to better ways
All that Is to be commended No
man alive worthy the name of man
will fall of the sincere hope that every
one of the twelve thousand may stand
firm through life through deathand
that they may carry with them Into the
gates of a heaven deserved a countless
multitude of others who have seen the
folly of sin the splendid value of a
righteous life
But there Is another point Here
comes a man called Gypsy Smith He
preaches He gets big audiences The
places of his meeting cannot contain
the throngs He makes no sensational
talks He Is simplicity Itself The Chi
cago InterOcean says or him
In other words he has just preached
the Gospel Often his sermons and
those most Immediately and visibly ef
fective have been little more than para
phrases of the New Testament the
same thought with modern illustra
tions
To thinking laymen here Is a lesson
for the preachers who complain of
empty pews Instead of devoting so
much time to Shakespeare and the mu
sical glasses It may be suggested to
such preachers that they preach the
Gospel
Here Is a preacher who draws 4000
or 5000 nightly and so many more that
the police have to drive them away
And he Is doing It by just preaching the
Gospel
Of course Chicago needs Gypsy Smith
much more than does Salt Lake There
ls a greater percentage of wickedness
there But Is there any good reason
why ministers here there and every
where cannot with the Testaments
Old and Newthe earnestness of a good
man the arguments that certainly
abound on every handIs there any
reason why they should have empty
benches In their churches
Surely the human tendency Is to do
right Surely the preachers should
have victory always Do they fall be
cause they neglect to use the right ma
terials
THE SORROWFUL NAPOLEON
Up at John Helds store there was a
strikingly Impresslv portrait of Na
poleonthe Sorrowful Napoleon It
might well be called
It seems to be of the period of St
Helena There Is half a century of age
In the eyesand eons more In the ex
pression that broods like a memory of
a myriad deaths In every lineament of
the face The thin hairs of the Cor
sican stray over the massive brow be
hind which the controlling thoughts of
the world were formulated for two de
cades The brows still hold that magic
mastery of expression The lines be
neath the cheeks tell of struggle and
conquest and Inescapable grief The
Ups keep the sensitive contour that
need no art for Its expression And
the small chin calls to the forehead
and both of them hark back to that
heroic mother who followed the for
tunes ot a soldier husband all over the
mountains of her native land
The pose of the head the effect of
that amazing countenance the story
told In the silences out of which this
blackandwhite effigy looksthese are
the factors In the most sad portrait
that has been offered In years It Is a
triumph of melancholy memories It Is
a miracle of human regret
Remorse Is not therenor pity These
are beneath the level of the emperor
But nothing Imaginable could more ac
curately portray the features of an Im
personated seltplty and a Sorrow un
quenchable
It Is the sorrowful Napoleon
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MAKE IT A BIGGER CITY
Also there Is time now to take up this
matter of adding Waterloo and her sis
ter districts to the city of Salt Lake
There are some thousands of people
who should be within the corporate
limits when the census Is taken next
year Time enough remains to complete
the annexationbut there Is not a day
to lose
To those that have spoken Forest
Dale should be added Its coming
would enrich the city with a host of
good and prosperous people and would
bring them compensations entirely ade
quate
There arc over hundred thousand
population In that Salt Lake which we
all knowthe Salt Lake that reaches
from Ensign Peak to Twelfth pith
street and from the mountains to the
plain
It all Is Salt Lake Cltyan nothing
else The city Is entitled to Include aU
Its people when reporting to the world
Now there Is time for all citizens to
labor for the annexation of the adja
cent towns
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LADIES SUIT SALE
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> Children esar Today and Tomorrow 1
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Special lines of Suits and Overcoats at Z C M IThey were never intended to
t be sold at the prices asked in this Friday and Saturday sale Included among
the Overcoats are a number of nice Chesterfield coats with swell velvet collar
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Many of the suits are in the double breasted style in cheviots meltons tweeds
novelty cloths in all the desirable shades Every price reduction is absolutely 1
j genuineno marking upno fictitious valuesthe greatest price reductions in Ii
our childrens clothing department for years 1 I I
CHILDRENS OVERCOATSAges 3 t9 8 regular 400 to 1 1
H If p
1600 values special a rice I I
1 BOYS OVERCOATSAges 9 to 14 regular 550 to 1200 I I
H If p
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YOUTHS OVERCOATSAges 14 to 19 regular 600 to
1400 values special H a If P rice I
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CHILDRENS SUITsJuniors and double breasted ages 4
to 9 regular 300 to 500 values j
special H a If Price
BOYS SUITSWith knee pants ages 9 to 16 regular 350
to 750 values
specIal Half Price
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a 112114 SOUTH MAIN ST II I
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You Know I
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That the real worth of a house is not in the color of its paint or in its I
interior decorations
They improve the house of course
However
Its real value lies in quality of materials and worKmanship its
convenience and plan
The plan firstnaturallyto fit the needs of the family
So with THE LADIES WORLDplanned to fit home needs
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Its Departments are its foundation and structure
The November number of THE LADIES WORLD is a typical
example of department excellence I
Wouldnt you like to know a brandnew way to serve your Thanks I I
giving oystersAnd other ways for other days
Or a new culinary magic applied to the humble dried apple
Have you thought about the familys winter clothing needs yet
Then turn to the Departments of the November number
You will see why so many thousand women say leWe cant keep
house without THE LADIES WORLD
Begin the splendid serial story in which Charles G D Roberts
weaves a singular romance around a school teacher and a waterfall
Watch leThe Lights that Ledthis month Henry Ward Beecher
The November number is at your dealers now Five cents
Or for a year for a half dollar to your dealer or
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THE lADIES WORLD
NEW YORK
Speaking of housesthe November number contains plans for a 2600
home with the cost guaranteed Ever hear of such a thing before
Reliable
Dentists
Prices
Reasonable
Best Work
DR ZIMMERMAN
234 MAIN ST
Set of Teeth best red rubber 8108
Gold crowns 22K 1100
Bridge Work best x 500
Gold Fillings 100 HI
Silver Fillings lIe
All work guaranteed 12 years
Painless Extraction Free with Plates I
THE CAUSE AND CURE OF
DISEASE
Are so closely associated that any
one who tries to cure without first
finding the cause Is almost certain
to fall Chiropractic Is a system
that goes to the bottom of your
case and first locates and removes
the cause before trying to effect a
cure If your case Is one of long
standing there Is all the more rea
son for you to take Chiropractic
treatments Consultations and ex
aminations are free
MRS G B H PIOKARD
Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
217218 Herald 13ldK
MONEY FOR YOU t
The following III II list of clients for
whom we collected money last week
They turned In their claims and now have
the cash Read the list you will know
some of them They will tell you ot It
Geo E Edwards Ophlr Utah
S M Williams Emery Utah
C R Savage Main st city t
C A Qulgley per Studebaker Bros Co
city
E H Underhill 3660 So 3d E city
O C Crlsmor Welllngton hotel city
A W Hodgcrt 400 E 2d So city
Rock Mountain Bell Tel Co city
Chicago Telephone Co Chicago Ill
Mrs Alta Plummer No 5 Kenwood
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place city
J G Cameron capitalist 553 Utah st
Butte Mont
Peter Vincelll Bingham Utah
G W Bowers Gen Del Santiago Cal
Dr David L McDonald JUdge bldg
city
Dr Fred Stauffer 164 E So Temple Smith Premier Typewriter Co Dooly
city block city
John black 236 N 5th W city Turn In Jour claims and we will collect
Deseret News city some money for you There are hun
Weideman Commission Co Richards st dreds of place where you could use some
city money durIng the next sixty days Christ
D A Affleck grocer SOl let ave city mae Is coming Thanksgiving will be here
American Trading Co Garfield Utah soon Possibly you will want to buy your
Hugh S Gowans Tooele Utah wife a new dress
MEROHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOOIATION
Scientific Collectors at Honest Debts
Rooms 7778828393949596979399100 Commercial Block
Salt Lake City Utah Francis G Luke Genl Mgr
Some People Dont Like Us
The Time
The Place
and
The Coal
Now Here and
Better Coal
Western Fuel Co
Critchlow Fischer Kitt1
Cable Address W sfuco
Phones 719 13 Main Street
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Men Fall
Suits
Beet aqlebfAt fnllrls but pat
ternabeat qU11Utleli
wear your suit and enjoy It while
7oure paying for Itar payment
plan make It rolll7 tG dress right
100 a iveek
400 a month
Western Outfit Co
TIlE QUALITY STORE
266 State st Opposite 1ntaford
Salt Lake Theatre t FyIer George n
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TONIGHT AND SATURDAY AND
Saturday 31atluee
Augustus Pltou Presents
CHAUNCEY
OLCOTT
in Isis RAGGED ROBIN
New y
By Rida Johnson Young In Collabora
tion w Ith Rita Olcott
nEAR OLCOITS NEW SONGS
The Eyes That Come From Ireland
If Youll Remember Me Sweet Girl
of My Dreams The Laugh With a
Tear In It I Used tQ Believe In the
Fairies
Dont Get ImpotlentJullt Wait
WEEK OF NOV 8
The New York Success
THE SOUL KISS
Seat Sale TOday
PricesEve 50c to U60 Matinees
25c to lJO
a
SEAT SALE FOR
SOUSA
D IllS
a BAND
DEGIXS AT
DATNESBEEBE
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11l SIC CO
45 M tP ST
110iD NOV So
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PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE
Matinee Every flay Including Sun
day at 2130
Leon Morris C Co
Including La Belle Helene and John
IIedge and the Wrestling Ponies
Danner sod Madlon
11Other ActIi
Eve Prices lOt 20 300
Matinees 10 200
TONIGUT
Dolly Dimples Appellls Undisguised
Both 3bb0
THEATRE
ADVANCED VAUDEtILLIS
MATINEE TODAY 215
EVERY EVENING SIllS
Circumstantial Evlcence
Wynn Lee Charles Montrell
Crouch Welch
Eva Iudge Katchen LoIs8et
Lew Wells
The Klnodrome Orpheum Orchestra
Matinee prtcesl5c 15c 5Oc
Night prlPs2i 50c 700
COLONIAL
Tonight
MAX BLOOM
In
THE SUNNY SIDE
OF BROADWAY
Prices sro ac1 Matinee Saturday
Ail seats reserved 55Oc
Next weekThe rime Place nod
the Girl
GirlTRIB
A guaranteed cure for the Liquor
and Tobacc Habits
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PRICE 1250
5chramm Whert the Cars Stop
Sole Ag ncy
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