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Wm 2 - GOODWIN'S WBBKL.Y.
HB no political principle that is as binding on him as
Hh his own desires, and he determined not Only to
BH defeat ths Republican Stat ticket In TJtafi, but
H the Republican electoral ticket. We exonerate
HhB Mr. Lippman, Colonel Nelson, and especially Mr.
HH Keith, from having any knowledge of this subtile
BH plan in the brain of Senator Kearns, but as for
HB the Senator, we Klieve that his plan was just as
HEI sinister toward the President aa toward the
HI Apostle. We believe it was even more so because
H he is shrewd enough to know that by waiting un-
H til after election his purpose to start a new party
HH would have had vastly more promise, than to
IB launch the project on the eve of an election. He
HHj wanted the electoral vote of Utah to go to Parker
HH and Davis. That is seen in the Tribune when it
mm trios to lie(1se and to ask Republicans to vote for
H Roosevelt, but in the same paragraph "graciously
BM concedes" that Democrats have a right to vote for
1 Parker and Davis.
m In this light the Republicans of Utah have a
M clear picture of the motives of their senior Re-
fl publican Senator.
H In this light the Republicans of Utah who be-
HH Hove that Republican policies are the salvation of
HI their business can estimate how much the senior
BH Senator has their interests at heart; the sheep
HI and wool men, the stock men, the beet raisers,
B the beet sugar manufacturers, the lead-silver
m miners, the merchants and professional men who
Bh depend upon the prosperity of the State for their
wm profits; the small manufacturers, the laboring men
M who depend upon their wages to support their
mt wives and children almost everybody.
Is it not another case of blind Samson deter
mined to pull down the columns of the temple ot
Utah's industries, ev&n if he'nimelf parishes -in
the general ruin? w
The Republicans should keep In mind that the
men who endorse Parker and Davis, endorse
likewise the platform on which they were nomi
nated. That declares that "Protection is a rob
bery." Moreover, it denounces the only way in
which the merchant marine of this country can
be restored, and because of the want of it quite
$250,000,000 are sent out of this country annually
in cash or its equivalent. It further denounces
the work of our statesmen and soldiers in the
Philippines. If Mr. Moyle is elected Governor,
he will carry those ideas into office; if Judge Pow
ers is elected to Congress, he will be compelled
to stand by all those things with his own aggres
sive force. If a Democrat is sent to the Senate
he will have to follow in the same lead. If that
Democrat happens to be Mr. Rawlins, he will out
Herod any of the eastern senators in his reckless
changes and animadversions. Let Republicans
hold their heads level and see to the election of
a full Republican ticket as a first duty.
Elsewhere in this impression of the Weekly,
we express the belief that the purpose of Senator
Kearns is, if possible, to defeat the Republican
State Electoral ticket as much as to defeat the
Republican State ticket. There is still another
reason for this belief. If Roosevelt is elected, his
friends will have control of the political machin ry
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of tfifc Republican party not only now, but four
,yeart h$nce. . ftr that Senator Kearns will have
no voice. If, iloweW, $ark6r add Davis dre elect
ed, tliey are alhaolt certain to mak qi'inuch of a
failure as Mr. Cleveland did after his last elec
tion, and the thought of Republicans will be to gee
together everywhere. Then the men who were
planning to have Senator Hanna nominated would
come in with equal honors with the Roosevelt
men and our senior Senator by a little judicial
financiering would be on top again. It does not
require a very bright man. to see that after it is
What part of the work going on in the Philip
pines is unconstitutional, as Judge Parker con
strues it in his letter? Is it building 1,500 school
houses there and sending 1,500 teachers to give
those poor creatures a first glimpse' of the loveli
ness of knowledge?
Is it in making every man's life and property
secure? Is it in building railroads to give the
farmer of the interior p. market for his hemp, rice
and fruit? Is it in maintaining order and enforc
ing necessary laws?
What change would Judge Parker make? O,
he wants a promise may that they shall own their
own country when they are civilized enough. Will
they want it then? They will, when that time
arrives, be American citizens, their country a
part of the great Republic.
How tender the Judge is. Chief Joseph, who
died last week, was a greater man than any Fili
pino. Did Judge Parker ever cry over the woes
of Chief Joseph and his family?
Just Suits Families
Going to the Fair
The Burlington's combination
of low rates to St. Louis (in , ,
effect every Tuesday and Fri-
day) and inexpensive thro'
tourist sleeping: cars (run once
a week) is the ideal arrange
ment for families going to the
World's Fair, to Chicago, or to
points farther eastward. ,
Write me for full information about
bSE8 the $42.50 round trip tickets. Vou wil
HHMHH De answered promptly and fully.
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