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2 IF ION ONE THE HERALDKEPUBL1CAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY JULY 3 1910
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HOUSEHOLD COUPON
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Notice Coupons must be of consecutive
numbers Only onecoupon of each number wil I
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rot 30 euuocriitlvely numlirrrit cnny ODe inucldcr vllh a wall < n > a l > r
merit yon mny bnrp ynur choler At our kplroillil bi > u rliolil prr ilui 10
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FIREWORKS AND I
GAMES FOR FOURTH
Best Celebration Ever Held in
City Has Been Carefully
Arranged
PLENTY OF FUN ASSURED
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GREASED PIG BADE ONE OF
LUDICROUS FEATURES
Despite the fact that hundreds of
Salt Lakers will seek the mountain
shades of the Mat resorts or the
buar eats at Keno tier to celebrate
the vile nuuurwu gnu imrtytmru
bleinury ut u etulsncu aruvi ur
W1U > i l ut a Mig vTuWu felt bellilu
to bJY ter su ruu giltr attwleull
Cur u1tH rt o nrLJ VOW au tuynw
hUI D > tae ChU M VmhW NuAUt
bo proviu r srle rw dIC 1ovLn
ol juiy i A4t cteurann rm arrallkeil
by ie B coon iiitt e witi auvru rvum
ot ylwatt uuntg UAe niiir uay ana
wilt inutMtgwr IM 01 lt vt none wl the
lilU LIIWI
JnaL the celebration will be the beet
seen in mis cay fur a umutr wi years
1 IItNN Oouuu li wilt Lreglii wiln
ltle i iU4j ai idtwriy parti m Me
tnurlue Hit game MI Ape park 111
the attvrnewn vi1 close wun toe Mass
ot MTV ami IzllAlt tae atttfOtuiK wt utuu
aatiua ui iMMMunuiijr cuiorvu tar > lUlu
the u ruug ut pyrwivcnuivai ur Aip
trom va itvi nui in the evening
At tnr sounuing ot the uuae b >
one of one aui a 01 uawniti b r Heu
znwa at the viu Clase null In LAtntry
parK ul 9 oclucK Hit yarauu wilf be
gin 10 n AI yjv Mil urueways tu
UU parK wtti be ciuMMi a IJ at 9e
the srM ie will begin to march It I
will tx led toy a piatoon of police li
F li < uii > au told nta AiUvs will lull In I
next men will come me HIM uanu
of ihirtytWu pieces Jn precut
proper wui be Ira by four O A K
num mounteti ne patriotic u < > uia
wm be carried In the order In which
tht veiiu wrucn t11i rcyrvauut come
in Mstwry
Mi Ktiith Robinson has been 1t4
leci u aa Uoo < io > of l oerty Hne will
b Burruuiiutil ti > thirteen little gills
reprewntlnc oe thirteen original COl
On s 1 hu opirlt vi i < i oii > ut the
must plctur Miue features of the par
R < I > mill represent the well known nis
tTiiai picture with a grandfather
carr > mg a bnnnr the m beatibi the
drum Ana the giunUvon playing the
1110
1 ne Daughters of the RYOlutioR
trill have cnarce of the John Alden
and tTMCllla float
UiHk Sum Will J5o There
The Spanish War Veteran will par
a with tn old Spanish glut cap
tured during the SpanishAmerican
oar lush Anderson the tall basket
ball plaer of the L D 8 will 1 rep
rtIJ1 Uncle Sam and eight little boy
of varying heights will rpre nt ha
p < tuonn
I h + parade will end at the nag pole
KhfTf upon the Hrlng oC the salute
tn little girls dressed In whit will
raM > the flag and the ceremony We
pledge our allegiaans to our Nag
will be enacted After the rmMng of
th > 8agaaee rema Mi < ir ef the momliig
program which wilt eomtoc of oratfone
and music will be carried out at the
band stand
The fun of the day for the kids
Rill com In the afternoon Beard
tva hang a baseball game a basket
ball Ram and racer the kldn will have
t tacks to perform One will be to
Ci mh a greased pole which however
tvlll only be greased three feet from
th < top and will have a n < > dollar
blI a twodollar bill and a one dollar
bill at its t < n > Thr flrat clirnh t > r get
th J3 the second the 2 and the
tlirl the 11
As soon u this U I over Mr Redman
ha It fine greased porker which he ha
carefully trained and will be turned i
10 yw Into the crowd Whoerpr catches
the llrpery phs will be declared right
ful owner
Tie afternoon proirram will close
Bt 6 oclock At 7J5 oclock there
will be a balloon acen ion at the
park
arkt
At II SO oclock from tha Capitol
hill salute will be fired which will
not fy the public that the firework
an about to begin The flrnt salute
VIM v > nl i of ten fourteenInch afar
cannon cracker three fourpound
bmt sheltn two No 49 mammoth
firework be loons I with electric fire
nwrks attachment Then two Xo 70
aiihlpB will float oat over the city
The remainder of the fire work dto
pn I win bra > > the boat that has ever
b4n twfn In the city Special pre
caution have been taken by the fire
d rtment for the safety of thoee
who go to th hill The wiry gram
arund the hill has been buried off
ni fir llnca have bn arrntrd an
that no one wit be In danger of falling
tp
The wagon and horse which will I
1 > < UIIM for the floats for the parade
hale been fumlnhed by ttln Redman
Van k Non < < e com pan r sad the Kim I
bail Van 4k Storage company i
PoIke Arc Ireij rrd
The polk and firemen on whom
will fall mom of the worry over the
Fourth of July completed arrange
men yesterday to cope with possible
dlaters that may result when young
stfr and grownups load their pock
eta with match and formed ex
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Ch f of Police It > L Barlow In
structed every member of his depart
1 inrnt to be prepared to be on duty on
th Fourth and to remain on duty for
all emergencies There will be spe
cial surgeons at the Emergency hos
pital and both the police automobile
end the police patrol will bo bold In
rradlnens to answer alj accident call
Fire Chief W H Glore made n per
p In nal I exam nation of the business dia
tract yesterday morning Rubbish of
all kinds was ordered removed and
property owners were Uwtmeted to
pep that windows were properly clerd
eo a to make It impossible for In
r flammable articles to be thrown into
building
A ban on the discharge of fire
arms inn though loaded with blank I
cartrtdpM was Issued by Chief Bar
low yesterday He told hilt patrolmen
to arrest all person carrying fire I
arms and to pee that weapons are con
p fiscated lie atoo forbade the Ue of
cannon crachare bombs or Oangoroua
firework In the downtown districts
He ha ordered a detail of twelve pa
trclmen to Liberty park during the
e retlle there
I Member of the n llef society of the
19formh > Church in the Interest nf a
rnp Fotjrih have urged mothers to I
tliun i heir bMren against the use
J surh nlosll I
Ivday Topalar day Saltr1 J
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MorrlHs orchestra and brass baud
every evening except Suflduy Wanda
mere tomorrow
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Mr Frank Sarly of Salt LaKe City
wishes to announce to his friends ur
Salt Lake oeunty that he IK an Inde
pendent candidate for sharltf ef St
I Lake county subject to the vote of
the people l
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The big dance floor la I at SeUnlr
Spend the Fourth at the lake
Freshwater bathing Wandamoro in
a clean safe pool on the Fourth
I Have you tried floating at SftltalrT
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A trunk leads a strenuous knock
about sort of a life Gets no sympa
thy except from its owner who isni
the one who handles it much
Buy a trunk that dofios the baggage
wnasher We build Meredith
trunks in our own factory They arc
built to last and have our reputation
behind them
nvcrytlilnjc In leather goods
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TRUHK CLEATHER GOODS5TORZ
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FaRt and thorotush repair
Coast
to Coast
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wing you live we can reach
them Our collection system
Is scientific and extends over
United States Canada and i
Mexico We are distributing
thousands of dollars monthly
thai we have collected from
slow accounts Are you
among those who share In the
results of our system Send
us your accounts well collect i
most of thorn I
WR ORT THR MONEY
AND SO DO YOLV I
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Wallace Law
Adjustment Co
JOHN J WALLACE Manager
32325 D F Walker Bids I
Salt Lake City Utah
PIIOM5S 1009 II
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SAL AIR TAKES OVER
THE LEVIATHAN CAFE
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Resort Management to Popularize
Prices in Ship Restaurant and
Improve Service
The Saltair Beach company yester
day took over tbe Leviathan cafe from
the leeflee and will make tflt Institu
tion popular with patrons ef the re
sort by not only Improving the service
but by lowering prloes to make them on
a basis with the prices of firstclass
cafes In tho city
The Leviathan cafe will therefore be
under the direct management of the
Sultalr company a capable manager
will be placed In direct charge and
everything that can be done for the
convenience comfort and pleasure of
the public will be done
Saturday night the service In the
cafe was not good owing to a scarcity
of help but this will bo rectified this
morning and today and tomorrow
under better management the Lcvia
HO SIGN OF A PWPLE
Ionlnm Eradicates IllptiiUtie end All
Skin Troubles
1 have been troubled with pimples
and blackheads for four years writes
a Washington gentleman in the govern
ment service and have used salves and
blood tonics None of them has been
of benefit to me but poslam has done
the work and my face Is clear with
no sign of n pimple
Tho work of eradicating pimples fa
cial blemishes clearing the complexion
red noses etc IB among the easier ac
corrpiBlimonts of poslam In which over
night results are seen Being a strict
ly medicinal preparation Its properties
far exceed those of the balms and lo
tions usually employed In all of thE
many forms of skin troubles In both
Infants and adults poslam produces
beneficial results from first application
Eczema acne herpes totter plies bar
bers Itoh salt rheum scaly scalp eta
yield readily to Its remarkable cura
tive properties No matter what part I
of the body may bo affected It may bo
easily treated with poslam
Poslam ran be had for 50 cents Ht
any reliable druggists particularly
SchrammJohnson Drug Cos five
stores Or the Emergency Laboratories
32 West 20th street New York City will
send a sample free by mall to any one
who will write for It Tills Is suffi
cient to show results in twentyfour
hours
Recommended and sold by Schramm
Johnson Drug Cos five stores
KeitnO Brien s Annual Round
K a Up Sale
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In the veins of every man is an inherent trace ot savagery transmitted
irom a remote ancestry whose cunning in the art ot attack and selj pres
ervation arouses a love of the chase and a lust to kill
O i The cowboy though hi reckeisly shoots aims true riding the range in
n rsuit o his caling his strenuous nature finds outlet in Furious gallop
ing in roundini up stain eding herds and in the frolics incident to a
3 i wild Life in the szd lie Master ot gun ot lariat of horse sovereign of vast
domains he is a picturesque passing figure
So man o1 the plains swing wildly your lasso with unerring exactness
let it sharply cleave the air to tall taut above the fleeing steer bringing 3
him down to sheer hlplessness
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Starts Tuesday Cost Disregarded If
Goal news for you every skopptn o day through the week
lIRh 9Do you want a dress a suit a skirt a waists How cheap the prices I K D
u H 1 Do you want suits for your boys d resses for your girls The opportunity
is Tuesday fh
g If you could get silks or dress goods way under price wouldnt it be fine t t1U
g Gloves will be sold cheapmighty cheap So will parasols and umbrellas S
Your dollars will go a long way Tuesday and through the week
g J We never sold veilings cheaper as you will realize Tuesday And it will j
0 be worth while to lay in handkerchiefs too Price is no object
3 Embroideries laces trimmingswhat a stampede of prices I
1Q Ribbons for a songsuch pleasing assortments
o S j Linensbeautiful white linensour regular stock Said the department D
men They will go fast at these prices
g Summer wash goodspretty new designsnew stockand now while de
O o mand is at its height Marked down regardless of cost I Come Tuesday Domestics i
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mestics are also featured
g Art goodsneedle work pyrography metalography What a splendid
i o chance to corral these needed thingsfor Christmas will come one of those
days What a saving 1 You will be amazed the way prices arc cut
Cf Candies of course they will be cheaperso cheap that the manufacturers
O fi will set up and take notice
I Little notions are to be featured The margin is closebut stocks must 1
be reducedand price will do it
1 D f Jewelry leather goods novelties Buy and lay them awayfor prices equal
1 to these we never heard of Many articles considerablyxbelow cost
g Toilet Goodsperfumes brushes powders soaps stationeryeverything
O cut to a convincing point Come then you will better appreciate the values
If Below selling priceswhen a fact how much they meanl You will realize it
n in mens furnishings
Mo g f Oxfords shoes slippersthey too are lower even than in former sales in
J g f Hosiery and underwear for women and children Come l
3 Muslin underwear house dresses kimonos Irresistible prices
11 g Carpets Rugs Draperiesvalues better than any sale you ever attended
O Such special prices are in force but once a year
C I In th Bargain artment floor below Here are assembled the cheaper
things from all departments Every customer who attends this sale should
O visit this section What friends these extra cut ries > will make fib 0
g J Furniture pictures so many useful thingsClosing them onfrthe stocks
have done their duty Now the benefit of reduced prices are yours
If < < I Little House Furnishings kitchen utensils and so on Lay in a stock Y b
t O g f A little late for millinery But sailors are in vogueand summer hats The 1
lU department has closed its eyes to cost A visit will prove itO
You know the character Of our stocks the reliabiJity of the 0
O 0 store Every statement beirs th ° impress of truth The
season has ended No goods are carried over Now it is
SELL TH EJ 1I1 A disappointment would l reflect on the
store So we are carefulvery carefulnot to disappoint you
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INSURGENTS I VISIT
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FORMER PRESIDENT
Contlnncil From Pnt One I
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of the appropriations for the secret I
service might bf used In Investigating
the conduct of members of the Senate
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and House At that time also a reso
lution of censure alme at myself was
> ffered in Congress and Madison and
Murdoek fought it to the end Mad
loon and Mutdock were right In that
flgnt the provisions for the secret
service should never have been stricken
out Here the colonel paused A moment
and then like a shot he said
Would you Ifke to know the secret
of that fight It was Just this A
number ef members of Congress re
altaved that I was hitting at them I
am meRUenlaK ne names
Senator Bristow rendered n great
service to his country In the postal In
vestigation He found the raacals and
I rut them out
Colonel Roosevelt has never said Just
what be proposed to do in the faee of
the defeat ef the Cobb hill but those
who know him as a fighter look upon
his conference with Lloyd C Orlscom
who Is spending the night as his I
guest as Indicating that plans are be
lag discussed that will mean much to
the Republican organization in this
state
InnnrgentJi Were Imprei ert
The three IneurRet ts came down
off the hill a little d I Iff Wont very much
Impressed with the fact that they were
a focal center of news and rather
charv of the situation
Xow bty admonished Victor Mar
dock whatever you wrte dont say
our faces were wreathed with miles
Here ta what we have to say with the
i permission of the colonel This state
ment will stand for all ef us and there
Is not a word to add to It
Mr Murdoek then dictated the fol
lowing statement
IOlar three ef us wore anxious te see
Mr Roosevelt because we dont believe
be had three more staunch supporters
nf his policies throughout hi term of
service and we believe he knows this
better than anyone else
Bristow was his rl thand man la
uncovering and punishing the postal
frauds and Madison and I were among
the thirtyfive who stood up for him
when the fight was made to deprive
him of the ue of the secret service men
In uncovering Just such misdeeds as the
postal frauds
Naturally we feel much pleased to
find him absolutely unchanged Mur
docks voice roe a little unconsciously
In emphasis as he pronounced the last
two words
Absolutely unchanged he repent
ed ln his a attitude toward public quos
lion and also to find hew closely he
hall kept In touch with what has hap
pened In the tent year and a quarter
Say They Were Given Credit
Mothing morn pleaded us than his
at ace congratulatlnc us and these as
sociated with us In having succeeded
In putting Into the railroad rate bill the
provision vitally necessary In order
tit It should represent progress along
the line of proper control of Inter
sate common carrier
Ss the tr nliOt under way Mr
MuroocK said impressively Yeu can
quote me for one thing there was a
delicious quality about the iced
tea
teaTee
Ye added Mr Madison with de
liberation ye took that for a compli
ment to prohibition Kansas You know
we are a mighty moral I state The
senator here never says anything
stronger than by gravy and when the
colonel said by George oneo or twice
he looked almost shocked
Senator Brtatow giggled I I they were
alt immensely pleased
M My SOB broke out the tall senator
from Kansas laying a lean hand on hilt
iDterlocuUns knee I era say one
thing to you Theodore Roeeevelt is a
bigger and a broader man today tnan
before he went away That man Is a
marvel What he says tingles When
he speaks he speaks the truth and
naked truth whether truth make It
beautiful or ugly It comes out like a
hot and like a shot it goes right to
the nark I never saw him show such
incisiveness Ills Jaw has a new angle
fJf determination He seems to mo not
only broader but more alert
utlling About Unilinear
Was anything said about the Pin
eh tB > llnger controversy
ICo answered llr Mndlnon him
self a member of the BalllngerPin
eliot committee nothing We thought
the colonel avoided that subject with
admirable tactit was one that would
have been difficult for me ta talk about
with propriety to the colonel
Mr Murdockxhad been listening at
tentively checking a phrase here and
there that he thought sounded too radi
cal
As an old newspaperman myself let
me turn the tables on you he sug
gested suddenly Let me Interview
ray Interviewer How does this visit
the more fact of It impros you as
likelw to Impress the country
Well began the Interviewed tenta
tively there are a great many people
who wit interpret the bare fact that
you threr insurgents were received hero
today and that you came away with the
air of having been well received as en
couragement for your attitude on public
questloar
Mr Murdock listened with his mouth
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tightly shut but smiled out of the corners I
ns ef his eyes and nodded as he list
ened
tCnow IIcii IloiIIicnded
Ill tell you something Im redhead
ed he said I dont go where Im
not wanted or where I think Im not
wanted I might get into the wrong
front yard by mistake but there would
sorely be a fracas r > n the porch before
I got out when I discovered my error
I suppeee I wa as radical In the House
HP the forefront of the Insurgents I
dont call myself a progressive Im an
insurgent And Senator Bristow here
kept step with me In the Senate I
dont have tor say anything more to you
with that preface after the statement
we ust gave out
Your statement that Colonel Roose
velt praised your attitude toward the
railroad rate bill seems especially sig
nificant It was suggested
I dont think sO sold Senator DIM
tow the whole country knows that
the Insurgents shaped the railroad bill
In all Its Important particulars Our
statement adds noUiInc to the general
fund of information We hear that the
administration is pleased with the bill
too
ROOSEVELT TO
INDORSE TAFT
Cnnttnnrd Irtnti fare CIne >
dence and gratitude of the good cltl
xenshlp of this country
As chief executive President Taft
has directed the enactment of many
highly Important and beneficial measures
ure In a quiet methodical sincere and
legal manner in the best Interests of
the American people
The attacks of the yellow press
and periodicals upon President Taft
and his administration today stand
stultified In the brine of their own
vlrulency and misrepresentations
While It 10 possible that four Dem
I ocratic senators may be elected from
Ute newborn states of Arizona add
New Mexico President Taft arose emi
nently above any accusation of party
selfishness when he persistently l In I
sisted upon the admlmlon ef these
states into the union at the session of
I Congress Just closed It was not only
a party promise but a personal prom
ise that he saw was fulfilled
That President Taft baa been averse
to exercising any doubtful prerogative
as chief executive Is best evidenced
by his urging of the enactment of the
withdrawal hill which gives the Presi
dent the unqueti enable right to with
draw public lands for Irrigation water
power sites and other classifications
it was advanced by many of the Pre1
dnts advisors that he had the right
of the withdrawal of public lands for
the specific purpose mentioned Peed
dent Taft realising the Importance of
the executive function In this respect
decided upon the surest course even at
the haaard of Impeding other measures
which he felt were equally important
Ilnllrnnd IIIII Important
The most efficient measure passed
and one which mean do much to the
buluM Interests of the United States
was the rallmmi bill It was passed
In response to the demands of the peo
ple I do not believe that had the bill
Men Introduced under President Roose
velts administration that It could have
become a law as In my Judgment at
that time it would not have been pro
pitious The long and short haul fea
I ture of the bill will have a wonderful
I effect upon the development of the
west It means the making of Salt
Lake n 1 hip distributing point Presi I
dent Taft and many of the lending at
torneys of the country who have care
fully weighed the king and short haul
section are convinced of Its constitu
tionality Had I not been vonvinced
that lJ wan constitutional I would have
vote against the provision agreed to
in the conference I regard the ereA
tton of court of commerce provided for
In the bill as especially applicable o
the times and the rapid transit of the
times
timesWhile
While I contended for the Senate
postal savings bank bill because I con
sidered It a stronger and more effi
cient measure than the House bill
which was passed I am satisfied with
the eompromlne It was one of the
Presidents strongest desires that the
postal saving bank bill be enacted
In repone to the rapidly Increasing
demand for the public laRds for agricul
tural purposes l I consider the passing
ef the law throwing open to agricul
tural entry the millions of acres of pub
lic lands In many of tho western states
which are classified as coal lands as
a boon to the west The bill provides
that the surface right of these lands
can be filed upon although the govern
ment reserves the coal rights
The bill appropriating 219080 for
the extension of the activities of the
tariff board may also he considered
among the Important measures paused
It will enable the board to gather sta
tistics on comparative domestic and
foreign labor as well < < ns upon goods
of foreign and domestic production
This country has IonS needed this In
dustrial feature
Bureau of Mines
The bill creating a government bu
reau of mlnos is one In response to a
drone demand made by western peo
ple Tho necessity of throwing federal
safeguards around the men who hazard
their lives In mines has long been
needed I understand that President
Taft will appoint Mr Parker a promi
nent New lark engineer as director of
the newly created bureau
The measure providing for the Is
suanoe of 20000000 worth of cer
tificates of Indebtedness for the
completion of reclamation pro
jects In the west is obviously
an Important and beneficial one
This > measure was resisted by Senators
Hughes of Colorado Clark of Wyo
ming and Hiyburn of Idaho I strong
ly contended for the measure and was
personally thanked for my activity by
the President It means tho completion
of the Strawberry valley conservation
project In Utah
The passage of the law on the whit
I slave traffic and the puMelty of caw
I palirn contributions are also measures
I whch will meet conditions of apparent
I growing necessity

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