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THE HERALDREPUBLlOAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOWAY NOV 22 1909
I THE SALT LAKE
HERALD REPUBLICAN
I The IBter310llDtatD Republlt1UI
Est Feb 12 1906
The Salt Lake Herald
Est June 6 1870
Only Republican Dally Newspaper In
BaIt Lake City Utah
TerltUl of SubacrlptioDI
I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month jj
cents one year 100
SrNDAYOne year 200
SEMI WEEKLY tn advance One
year 150 six months 75 cents
Subscribers wishing address ot paper
chanlred must give formej as well as
present address
All papers are continued until exrll U
order Is received to discontinue Al ar
rearages must be paid r In every case
TRACE AI COhCIt
THE COURT AND THE SHERIFF
When a Tennessee sheriff was sent to
the DistrIct of Columbia jail for n
tempt ot the supreme court ot the
rnlted States an act which relates to
a lynching he could have prevented and
did not a rather salutary lesson was
administered to all other sheriffs
hrever they mar live Also It was
an incident which should have a good
effeCt on aU public officials Every cit
Izen Is expected to obey and respect
the law Officers are paid to obey and
respect and enforce It The citizens
obligation In their case Is added to the
lbllgaUon of the sworn and salaried
servant
In mob times there are sheriffs who
permit the noise ot the rioters to drown
the commands ot duty A great many
years ago a negro was lynched in St
Lou and the perpetrators of the out
rage were Identified arrested and tried
1t was proven that the general senti
ment ot the city Indorsed the lynching
at the black man and when the case
came before Roger Taney later chief
justice ot the supreme court he held
that a community could do no wrong
could not break a law because all law
Was an expression ot the sentiment ot
the community
The rule Is not a good one It makes
the law useful only In times of quiet
the times when men do right without
the compulsIon ot law
That Cairo sheriff who tramped the
woods and fields day and night trying
to save his prIsoner from the vengeful
mob did his dutyeven It the eople
who elected him condemned him with
Out limit
A few years ago when an Indiana
1n1l1ng proved a sheriffs Indifference
to dUly the governor took his office
avay from him and the restored rea
son of the local community as well as
the voice of the state Indorsed the
governor
sheriff has to be a brave man And
thf final proof of his braver is the
stand he makes against his neighbors
th electors who gave him office when
tliy have lost their repton In mob ex
utEment and their lawful behavior In
frenzied passion for blood Not every
fHEriff can stand the test The ones
sho do stand It are to be commended
ThosE who debase their office at the
ommand of a mob belong very prop
erty In the District of Columbia jail
although most ot them wIll have to con
tent themselves with serving sentence
T n quarters far less attractive I
It will have the effect ot Impressing I
bcth sheriffs and voters with a better
rtgnitIon of the necessity of obeying
the law
NOW THE GIRL CITY
Boy cities have been with us for
sonic years A New York school teacher
has established a girl city The girls
conducted an election chose a mayor
a chief oC police and a prosecuting at
torney The mayor Is also the judge
The pupils are all In the grades and
they have taken moet oC the task of
discipline away from the teacher
These elected officers keep watch
IOvcr the pupils for Infractions of rules
that the teachers and the school board
nave laId down Any offense Is prose
utcd by the pupils a defense Is made
pnd sentence Jg pronounced It the ac
cused Is proved guilty Gum chewing
rhlspering the calling ot unseemly
ames the theft ot schoolroom arti
clesthese are some oC the offenses
which are prohIbited and the punish
ments run all the way from a tivemln
ute detentIon after school to a public
apology to the principal
Reports claim success for the girl
rity The pupils are put on honor just
ns boys l Cre where self government Is
entrusted to them And the responsi
bility seems to have a good effect The
room where this method has been
adopted are said to ba better behaved
to give bettor results In school work
nnd to apparently develop charact In
the girls and boys beyond any other
cJEvke that has been tried
The thing is as much ot a compliment
to the qualIties of the pupIls as to the
ingenuity and patience of the teachers
ho Inaugurated It
Children are curious creatures at
btst And that person who solves oven
a part ot the riddle ot their bringing up
has greatly helped the world
NOW FOR COLLECTOR LOEB
Wlien emplocs of the Interior de
partment were dismissed for cause they
immediately began a concerted attack
on the head ot the department and
there ere strong papers In the United
States that did not hesitate to print
their condemnation ot Secretary Ba
lhgcr
XO that Collector Loch has fired
seventy emploes of the customs de
partment at the port ot New York It
fs safe to assume the yellow magazines
will place their columns at the disposal
oC the detected and at the service ot
the disgraced It wlll be very strange
If the nation Is not presently regaled
with tales of Collector Loebs official
dishnesty
It seems the properthlng to encour
age tcaudals The persons attacked
ae Interesting just fn proportion to
theIr eminence Ard the charges
against them arc accepted and given
I
currency just In proportion to the dun
reliability ot the source
But the collector will doubtless go
right ahead In his department as Mr
Ballinger Is goIng right ahead 1n his
Both are working for the nation Both
are cJmpelIed to do some thIngs with
out consulting the scalawags that have
held temporary place under the gov
ernment And neither need be alarmed
at the noise ot the discreditedthe
clamor that yellow magazines help to
make
PLANS FOR FIVE YEARS
Boston is plannIng for a fiveyear
campaign that has the bettment ot
Boston as Its motive Those who In
augurate the plan set their eyes on the
year 1915 and make the picture of the
Boston of that day as fair as fancy
can mount apd reason will permit them
to hope And then all the city Is get
ting Into the harness with the hearty
pledge to work toward the realization
of that dream
And they can have whatever kind of
city they want It has been said that
a hundred earnest men can make a
city anywhere Boston has more than
that number devoted to the 1915 picture
We of Salt Lake would do well to
follow the Boston example An expo
sition I1t the expiration ot that time Is
one ot the things the Massachusetts
capital Is planning A national fair In
Salt Lake would be quite as easy of
realization
This city is going forward pretty
well as It Is But It would lose nothing
by having a definite Ideal accepted by
the community generally for Its ob
jective
One ot these things would be the
erection of the new capitol Surely our
people cannot afford to go forward
further without starting on that im
portant and necessary work
STICK TO THE TEXT
In the little exchange of courtesies be
tween The HeraldRepublIcan and the
Tribune It will not be forgotten that
there Is just one matter with whIch the
people care to concern themselves
The HeraldRepubllcan has ovet 17
000 circulation daily and much more
than 20000 on Sunday
The TrIbune has less than 9000 dally
The HeraldRepublican Is ready and
willing to make proof of Its claims
The Tribune permits no examination
of Its circulation to be madonot even
by the advertisers who have a right
to know
Calling names wilt not alter the fact
that The HeraldRepublican Is the
leadIng paper of the state and of the
cityThe
The use of vulgar epithets will not
convince any one that the paper is
badly managed which has 17000 actual
paid subscribers dally and more than
20000 on Sunday
And the plainest fact In the world is
that a paper with only 9000 is not in
position to pretend a superiority to Its
better patronized competitor
ANOTHER MARK OF GROWTH
Has it occurred to you that the large
number of firatc1aaa theatrical attrac
tions In Salt Lake last week Is some
thing ot a proof of growth
There was the Cohan royal family
at the Salt Lake theatre the Gay Mu
slclan company at the Shubert cap
ital attractions at the Colonial the
Bungalowand the Grand and a whole
houseful at every performance In the
Orpheum
And good audIences proved apprecia
tion at every one of them I
Salt Lake has always been noted as a
good show town It Is getting even
better That Is one ot the indications
Not only does It prove the larger num
ber oC people from whom such an at
tendance can be drawn but It proves
the financial ability ot the people to
pay for their amusements
Possibly also it proves that Salt
Lake Is inclined to discriminate and
gives Its approval to the attractions
which really have merit
Dont let the notion get current that
any old kind oC a show would win the
support that was given to those the
atrical offerings ot last week
TAFT AND THE SOUTH
It is said that President Tart can
break the Solid South It he will ap
point the best possible material to fed
eral office there without regard to the
politics oC the appointee
Considering the fact that he has se
lected a southern Democrat for his at
torney general and that he knows the
bad effects on the whole Republican
party ot the nation to continue a bad
sort or people In control ot the party at
the south It Is safe to assume that the
Solid South will be broken
For surely the PresIdent Is as wise as
the men who have discovered the chance
for him
SHE WANTS A HOME
It Margaret I1IIngton knows herself
she wants it home Because of that
she divorced a husband who gave her
all the money she nee cdeven It she
had not been a big moneymaker her
self a hub nd who was never cruel
to her who gave no cause for Jealousy
and who was very tender and proud ot
her But he didnt give her a home
Ho didnt want a home He got along
very well at hotels and restaurants and
Pullman cars
1
The only question is Does Miss
Illington know herself It Is by no
means a settled question
She has the precedent of Mary An
derson It Is true That young woman
married because she wanted a home
and got It Although she stood at the
very pinnacle ot dramatic success she
put all pUblic triumphs behind her and
settled down In a home that she has
never tired of and which nothing could
Induce 11er to abandon
Miss nUngton may be another ot the
Mary Anderson sort
And then again she may not It Is
just possible that she wIll more resem
ble the vast majority And the vast
majority of womenas well as men
who have known the sweets ot drama
tic success are never happy away from
r
the footlights They have tasted the in
toxicating wine ot pUblic applause and
they want It again For that they will
give up anything under heaven
It Is to be hoped the young woman
who made so capital an actress may
make as good a mistress ot home The
man she has just married is abun
dantly able to gIve her all that her
talents ever could earnand more
Besides he wants a home He doesnt
like the hotel and he abominates the
restaurant
It Isnt especial the business of the
pUblic at large excepting as the pUblic
liked MIss IlIIngton the actress And
the pUblic which indorsed her and her
art will be very sorry Indeed to learn
later that she was mistakenand that
she didnt want a home as much as she
believed she did
OUT TO POPLAR GROVE
By no means every one has ovel
looked the opportunities for good zeal
estate Investments out Popiar Grove
way But a good many han And op
portunity Is there awaiting them
Take five ot your cents and got on a
Poplar Grove car Ride out to the
limits on a fair day and stroll around
It Is beyond the river with good high
ground with an excellent natural drain
I age and the black soil of fertile rich
ness There Is a good deal of that in
Itial Improvement expressed In cement
sidewalks and good crossings There
Is abundant chance for artesian wells
Numbers ot them already are flowing
satisfactorily
The tendency ot recent years Is to
good building so that many homes are
of the better sort modern In nearly
every particular and entirely presenta
ble The same care eVidenced In other
parts ot the city Is expressed In tidy
lawns and wellkept premises
There Is a good deal of vacant land
The regIon Is nearer the city than
some of the much desired addi
tions and subdivisions The street ear
service h good The man with money
is sure of sale for medlumJrlctd
homes and the man who wants io blllld
his own establishment has an opportu
nity at Poplar Grove
But whether or not you Invest the
ride and the stroll will do you good It
will make you a little better acquainted
with a part oC the city you dont see
as often as you mIght And it will
bring you back past the most rapidly
growing and most rapidly improving
part of Salt Lake
Neither the Investor nor the home
maker can safely overloog Poplar
Grove
DOWN IN THE COAL MINE
It Is to be hoped that ever patron or
lhe HeraldRepublican lad every word
ot that story from Cherry Ill printed
at length In the Sunday paper Xoth
tag more gripping has appeared Iii
prIntnot In a score ot years
Stories ot rescue are fairly cornmop
One cannot say they are common
enough for there cannot be enough of
nobility or any sort But they l1Tn not
rare It Is the story ot tao men who
were imprisoned who lay there for
four fIve six da sand well on Into
the seenthbetore rescue came to
them It Is their affair that takes hold
of the heart of humanity
It ever there were heroism It was
shown by those men That trial
brought out the master spirit In men
unconscious of its possession because
the need for Its use had never com to
them
That man who wrote to his wire ex
pressing his love for her more in a
calm matteroftact tone than In terms
of endearment was an Instance to be
remembered He told her she had been
n good wife that she had helped to ac
cumulate theIr little property and now
It was all hers He directed she take
the children and return to the town
where they had lIved formerlypre
sumabl where he had met and loved
her and where they had begun their
lives together Only at the last the
stress tjf his hopelessness gets Into
the pencil moving forward there i
in the total darkness and he tells her
he hopes tIle children will always re
member their father There was the
human yielding to the shafts of the
death that warred against him
And the Scotchman who cheered his
fellows with assurances ot rescue who
sang to them bits ot church song and
who reached past the poor limits ot hu
man power to the larger trust In an all
powerful protector who called to them
out or the darkness ot their deep night
he Is a hero whoso soul Is so big It
glorifIes the whole generation ot coal
miners
But even all the rescuesrescues for
which millions of men and women all
over the world reverently lift thankful
hearts to Godcannot cloud the fact
that means must be adopted for thc
better protection ot men In mines So
frightful a fatalIty as that so desper
ate a condition as that establishes the
Immediate need ot better safeguards
for the men
Whether It shall be shafts and cages
by which they may have a chance or
escape when the usual means ot exit Is
closed or whether It shall be n sstem
ot sprinkling such as is common In
factories Is for others to determine Or
an even better way may by practical
men be devised But way Is unimpor
tant The demand Is Insistent Hu
manity cannot permit Itself to be served
at so great cost as that of the disaster
In the coal mines at Cherry III
Excursion bY D R G to Park CIty
Tuesday November 23 Round trip 32
Trains leaves Salt Lake City at 8 J1 m
and 430 p m Returning leave Park
CIty 3 1 p m and 12 midnight
We Have More
1
Bargains to offer for Mondays selling 1
than wo have space to tell ot so corrie i
and see for yourself Seeing Is believ
Ing ONETHIRD to HALF price Bale
Monday atMEHESYS
MEHESYS 166 Main St
9
Thanksgiving Day Rates
Via Oregon Short Line November 24
and 25 Limit November 29 City
Ticket pfnee2o1 Main street
E a a
Sweater Sale
I atZCML
51 Our entire line of ladies and misses sweaters
white oxford gray red black brown pearl I
gray smoke and white and color combinations I
Prices range from 250 to 1500 regular to
day day your tomolTo chOIce and at TIles 20m 0 Off I I
j
Our extraordinary before
Thanksgiving Millinery Sale I
I continues today tomorrow and I
ry1 Wednesday Reductions from
OneThird to OneHalf less
than regular
I UR DRUG STORE IS AT I
1ZiB 112114 SOUTH MAIN ST
MORE THAN HALF THE HUMAN
AILMENTS COME FROM THE
1 < < < STOMACH I
t < I
1 If your stomach Is wrong It Is only
natural that your head and your eyes
cannot bp In a proper condition Put the
stomach right and the rest Is easy
i
Chiropractic treatments build up the
nerves and muocles ot the stomach and
t
< v by doing so and enabling the stomach to
C
fiJ
4
x S j properly assimilate the food cures the
many ailments and troubles that arc
4
causing misery to more than halt the
human race today
2fr S
J Mrs Pickard Is an experIenced ChIro
c practor and has cured hundreds ot Salt
Lakers A vIsit to her office for a free
Z consultation wlIl put you on the road to
health
MRS G B H PICKARD
21718 HERALD BUILDING Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
r
Dayton Drug Company
Corner Second South and State
Doth Phones ssa
f
25c Bicycle Playing Cards19c
50c Congress Playing Cards 38c i
25c Sanitol Face Powder15c
I
50e Colgates Perfumes oz35c
Palm Olive Soap 3 bars25o
50c Herpicide special 30c
25c Lamberts Listerine19c
25c Graves Tooth Powder15c Ai
At our
50c Dagget Ramsdell Cream 42c
Week Today I GodbePitts Drug Co
Corner Main mill First South
Doth Pllontli 140
J I
MORE TURKEY MONEY
Ve collected money last week for all ot the following clients and for man
others We arE many
collecting hundreds of dollars
every day Some of the
money
we collected for these clients
had been
owing them
over sevetmten years When
the money came It was just as good
as though It had been paid years ago and
It was just as easily collected as though the bills had becn contracted last
month It Is a pleasure to collect Honest Debts
and It 5 a pla5UrE for pel
pie to pay Honest Debts Read the lIstou may kllow r If of them
Ceo P Gart Wal1sburg Utah
Last Thomas dry goods Ogden Utah
Minnie Kubitz Butte Mont
J A Head Preston Ida
Chas Selek Burley lulL
Chicago Portrait Co Ohio Bk1g Ctt
cago Ill
Mrs E N Davhl ps S JCut Fourth Sooth
City
I
Palace Meat Market Ii Iflln St City
Fred Chester 72 North Second Vest City
Carter League Cycle Store 326 South
West Temple City
Samuel Cook Garfield Utal
Parthenon Mercantile Co 5 Vest Sec
ond South City
1f Garside 575 K Fifth West City k
Dr J T Christensen dentist Merean I
ute block City = V
R W Sloan Insurance 3i7 Eat Third <
South City
r
Turn In your claims and we will coll ltct some for you Enr ooy who 15 In
dtbt Is trying to square up between now and the end of the year
EnCHXTS pUOTECJIVFJ ASSOCIATION
Sclentllic Collectors of honest Debts
Rooms 7778828393949596979899100 Commercial Block
Salt Lake City Utah Francis G Luke Genl Mgr
Some People Dont Like Us
Boston Dental Parlors
NEW LOCATION 120 MAIN STRiET
SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR 10 nAYS
1600 set of teeth I7Oj Gold crowns 1100
No better made at any price I Bridgework per tooth 300
Porcelain gold and silver fillings at reasonable prices for honest work
No students employed Painless extracting a specialty Office open
evenings and Sundays All work guarLntocd
Ind Tel 219 DR BOYD Mgr
Reliable
Dentists
Prier
Reaoanhlr
Best Work
DR ZIMMERMAN
234 MAIN ST
Set ot Teeth best red rubber S1OI
Gold crown 22K 00
Bridge Work bet 1SIIO
Gold Pilling sioo III
Silver Filling 750
All work guaranteed 12 years
PaInless Extraction Free wIth Plates
lMtktA Cenfuf1If1lot
Wearing apparel for Men Women
And Children at prices that command
Instant attention
Many special offerIngs this week In
the Ladies suIt section
Salt Lake Theatre t P7per Georc I D
I
ij NIGHTS TONIGHT
Q starting
JOHN E YOUNG
The OrigInal Johnny Hicks in The
Time the Place and the Girl
IX TilE DIG MUSICAL COnED
Book and Lyrics I O
I LO Henry and F P Adams
Music by A Baldwin Sloane
nUSFUNSONGS
Seats noW selling PrIces Eve
25c to 150 Matinee 25c to 100
NEXT ATTRACTION
Three Nights anti Two Iatlnees
Starting
T1IAKSGIVING MATINEE
Victor Herberts popular opera
The Serenade
by the
SXLT 1UEU
PrlCes25C to 100 Boxes 150
Matinees 25e and 60c Children c
anywhere
Sale BegIns Tomorrow
I
THE SHUBERT
OPPOSITE TilE POSTOFFICE
Starting Wednesday Nov 24 for
4 NIGHTS WITH MATINEES
THANKSGIVING and Sat
The Man from Home
By Booth Tarkington and Harry
Leon Wilson
Prlces50c to 150 Seats on Sale
Today
THEATRE
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
MATINEE TODAY 215
EVERY EVENING SitS
Mary Norman The FnmOI1H Dut
Ed P Renard fIDJ40dclnT
The Hopkins Sis Troupe
terM Phil
CbasIno Pntrlce
The Klnodrome Orpheum Orchestra
Matinee prlcesl5c 25c SOC
NIght prlcea25c SOc 75c
Iuf Tb I Mfl SALT LAKES
TilE rRAND I PIYIIOUSE IOST OPIIUl
TONIGHT and ALL WEEK
Brown Of llarvdrd
its Slmpl GrentODe of the Best
Productions of the SenlloD
SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY
A TIll Get Seat EnrlTAlI Per
formances Going BIg
COLONIAL
TONIGHT
The Musical Skit
The Girl Question
Prices25c SOc 76c 100
Usual Matinees Wednesday and
Saturday
Special Matinee Thanksgiving Day
Usual Prices
Next VeekIX WYOMING
Pantages Vaudeville
Six Big Acts
Prlcesl0c 20c 30c SOc Matinees
lOc Oc SOc
STARTING TIlURSD
Matinee at 130
Continuous Performance
Consul Jr
The Educated Monkeythe great
est act In vaudeville Six other big
acts
NOT A CLASS
NO BOOKS TO BUY
EACH PUPIL
TAUGHT PRIVATELY
You com at any hour oC the day
for a prIvate lesson You may have
IJ lesson In ten minutes or stop all
day
We loan you a visible machine at
your own home or office for prac
tice
TYPEWRiTING as you play ft pI
ano SHORTHAND with eyes < off
your pencil The SEVEN sys
temof shorthand has revolutionized
all other thorthands Invented by
pmctIclll court and congress re
porters
Flnancllllly and otherwise Short
hanl1 and Typewriting Is a 1IFE
LONG ASSET a good ladylike and
gel1t1emanit living In any Town
or Country
11 you enroll OW we can com
plete your tuition thIs year rho
study 15 easy and YOUt1g or oM
may become a success
The Seven Institute Ij Mercan
tile Block Salt Lake CIty Dell 3171
LesoB Special Watches are let
ter than any other alckIf Dot
they would not bear our annie
Phone 85 for the correct time
etidon
W usc CITT
335
Special for
lJfen
Shoes of goodness
and style combined
All the snappy styles
that the young
fellows wanteon
servative styles for
you
Look for revolving
window display
Titiiian3
YM 5A If F4S
za IJI < 8ATI3C11U
118 S Jalll
i 1
Thanksgiving
Dinner
To be enjoyable must be cooked
right The turkey must be
roasted in a Savory blue1
steel roaster
WeHave 1
Them at 1
Only J
CarT I1g sets and table cutlery
in best qualities
Scott Hardware Co
Phones 748 168 So Main
Neumans
Monoxide
Tooth Powder
and
Tooth Paste
The Wizard oC the Teeth
Ca be bought at present at the
following stores
Daull Drug Co
GpdbePitts Drug Co
Hill Drug Co
HnI1lday Drug Co
F C Shramm Drug Store
Smith Drug Co
SmithBailey
Drug Co
Wholesale Distrlbutera
Beware of Substitution and Substl
tutor
1ck Springs
Oastle Gate
lear Creek
Aberdeen
i
Ve carry all of these coals
and sell em to a lot of peo
ple
It pays to trade with the
Blue Wagons They bring
better coal
Western Fuel Co
Critchlow Fischer Kittle
Cable Address Wesfuco
Phones 719 73 Main Street
DEIOSTRATION 01
rlUffSamoqu t
lIThe Perfect ual1 for the bulr
Ceanses thoroughly dries quick
iy and leaves the han soft and
flulfy
ScbrammJohnson llrus
Where the Cars Stop
1 laIn and First South Sts

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