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S The Salt Lake Tribune: Monday Moestcs'g. February 22, 1904. ,i
Ij Drift of Politics 1
f It is reported that the death of Senator
llanna has brought to tho public oyo a
condition that has never before happened
, In the history of the Government. Ho
died after being- olected to succeed hlm
: iclf and before his present term had ex
pired. This creates two vacancies, botli
, ! 10 bo filled by tho Legislature now In ses-
,. ' i a.on.
I On tomorrow night Mayor Morris will
: i have 10 prova to thu people of SalL iaK0
City whether he Is the city govern-noni or
- ! a bother tho Council has a little hand In
' i ho matter. And there will his plenty of
I I citizens there t6 take nolo of the matter.
i Roosevelt . band-wagon has been
' vory much overloaded since the death of
''I Senator Hanna. Had the Ohloan lived,
t j there wcro not a few who would havo
' I gambled that tho President's automobile
3 would not havo been as attractive to many
5 1 of the men that aro now Hcrombllwr for
I 1 a place on it. But such is tho way or
, , Those who favored an early date for
f tho Third Judicial convention and who
S won out in the contest nt the Kcnyon
I meeting Saturday night, feel that a good
J twins' was dono In the Interest of party
a harmonv. The matter of keeping the Ju-
- dlclal convention away from the State and (
K 'ocal conventions. It is claimed, will leB-
q son the friction that would spring from
V , bunching the nominating conventions so
fill nearly as aojie of tht committee pto-
f ' '
N, i The roportcd attempt of several proml-
2' i -nt Salt Iako politicians -to socuro an
3 agreement of the Democrats and Hepub-
Ai llcans of tho Third Judicial district to
nomlnato but two candidates apiece for
the Judgeship, has attracted considerable
notice. The suggestion Is made as a
. narmonv matter, but there aro many who
.-ay tha't the proposal has a Democratic
A tiigln. ft is claimed that the Democrats,
ri mccrtaln of success, havo advanced this
4 plan in the hopo that it will give to the
;) iiarty a couple of good places that It has
V llttlo show for obtaining in a contest.
i Tho proposed Increase of tho approprla-
' tlmis or postal expenses, amounting to
i .arly sixteen millions, should give tho
, farmers of Utah tho benefit of several
' more rural frec-dellvory routes,
As an advertising proposition, the folo-
rado Congress-nan who resigned the other
j day when ho was shown that he was
riveted bv fraud, seems to have received
full valuo for his generosity. If he wero
to becomo a. stockbroker, ho ought to
mako a fortuno In a year. Such rare
specimens of honcaty would certainly at
tract to tlximsolves any number of per
1 xona who ure willing to bocomo victims
i of overplaccd conlldcncc. And as a turf
' or 'foot-raco speculator Mr. Shafroth
' should bo :l sure winnor.
' District Attorney Elchnor seems lo have
I i good thing comlnir to him without an
fffort. It Is claimed that ho will havo
i I no opposition for rcnomlnatlon and that
tho Democrats think seriously of bringing
I j no candidate out against him. And ot
ourso Mr. Elchnor and his friends aro
'.ot complaining about that.
If Murat Halstcad deep not havo a hls
, ?ory of Senator llanna for nale on the
rtrcelt? of Salt Lake by 7 o'clock next
Saturday aiornlng, the newspapers had as
well dig up the old editor's biography and
, rlnt it with a black border around it.
I TWO MISSIONARIES
, AT TABERNACLE
Elder Emerson Young' Tells of His
Labors for the Church, in
. t Germany.
Tho time at the Tabernacle yesterday
afternoon was divided between Elders
Julian Emerson Young, Joseph J. Cannon
and NephI I Morris. Elder Young has
Just returned from a mission In Germany
v:hlch ho began in June, 1501. Tils first
work was advertising- meetings in Berlin,
and he found that the mere offer of a
handbill bearing tho word "Mormon" was
nough to stir up tho bitterest antag
onism. He imagined that all ho needed
was to learn German, but after he had
gained command of the language he
found that he did leas good than he did
before. The Germans, ho paid, havo
many admirable laws, and tho United
States could pattern after them in many
respects. Tho German Saints arc good
people and are bavins a hard time to live
Elder Young1 remarked that we must
co to Europe for our science, our art and
our culture, but he thought that the Latter-day
Saints are tho most virtuous peo
ple on tho face of tho earth. It had been
his privilege, he Eaid, to llvo in German
prisons- Tho police were the friends of
the Mormons, but they were compelled
to do their duty and wero harassed by tho
Elder Cannon has put in four years in
Scandinavia and the British Isles, .Ho
said that In Great Britain tho elders re
ceived a greater degree of protection
irom tho Government than In the United
Elder Morris delivered an address ex
plaining the meaning of the term "gath
ering to Zlon," in which ho said that
the eiders made no attempt to Induce con
verts to come to Utah, but that tho latter
were moved by tho spirit of God to re
move to this country.
"When the Century Owl has laid Its
eggs and their young shall have died
or old age, It -will still be on our records,
if he don't pay. Merchants Protective
Association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke. General Manager.
"Some people don't like us." -
I COLE YOUNGER. WORKING FOR
WASHINGTON, Feb, 21.-Cole
Younger, a former bandit, who was par
doned from a life sentence In the Minne
sota Slnte prison, is here as n worker
of Statehood for Oklahoma. He pro
t poses to unite Oklahoma and Indian
Territory in one State, and he has been
rather Huceesvsful an a lobbyist.
Stephen B. Elkina is doing- all he can
lo uld Younger. It was Elkins, more
ban anybody else, who was responsible
for the pardon of Younger and his
brother, nnd the reason v.'ua that In his
ijoyhood days in Missouri he owed his
Ufc to the two brothers. They weru
urving at the beginning of the Civil
wr.r with a band of guerillas, which
picked young Elklns up, and' It was ow
ing to their pleading that the boy was
spLred. He has never forgotten the
service and says he never will.
The scratch of a pin may cause the
. Ions of a limb or even death when blood
nolsoning results from the Injury. All
-lunger of this may be avoided, however,
by promptly applying Chamberlain's
j Pain Balm. It Is an antiseptic and un-
equaled as a quick healing liniment for
cuts, bruises and burns. For sale by all
I A POWERFUL LIST OF
HOURLY SPECIALS FOR
HARD WATER SOAP
I Cc cakes of Bison hard water soap,
fi especially adapted for Salt Lake
U water, from 5 to 0 a. in.
omy, .' cakes for ir
I Ladles chcmlso in two different
I styles, made of good material and
finished with a fine lace edge or
n hemrtltched rafrie. from 9 to,y
10 iu m. Tuesday only -5r
I Silk Embroid'd Collars
I For ono hour only. 10 to 11 a. m.
Tuesday, wo will sell 65c silk em
broidered chiffon stocks and top
collars in black or ,-,. 1
white at only -9r
lla BEGINNING' M
$1.50 real kid gloves, all colors,
broken sizes, for 1 hour only, from
11 lo 12 Tuesday. (r(f
I BEGINNING. j
U From 12 to 1 o'clock Tuesday we
will sell large size bottles full
strength household ammonia at,
!CHIS showing" is not a mere smattering of a few new goods, but a thorough and complete display of
everythiag that is decreed best and most desirable for spring and summer wear. Our 'showing of
wool and cotton dress fabrics is perhaps the most complete gathering to be seen anywhere in Salt
Lake City, and the special introductory prices will surely save you money over quotations later in the sea
son. The bargain supremacy of Conn's is unquestionably sustained in the values we put forth this week.
Special Dress Goods Of- SPW I gW at "S-s-h
fer for Tuesday Morning PJKAIW 7lc
8 a. m. to 12 O'clock Only W M PP i TSJ!5inS"c"of
VOLESVNDBATISTES'ncIudliur S P ff J$c!& SW Mm ts goodquallty dvved bucks,
a vast range of plain colorings and E rfrtf jSfr Ixxf Sa dress gingham; I fringed momies.
.suiting mixtures lit widths from 3S to fffi, St ffiqh rr, rtrffr ' all the desirable u nl)leae hetl
40 inches. Materials worth up to S5c, MWMtBllffi !BfjBifcjjCM 9 colorings, stripes. Turkish, etc., all
TueBday a. m. only, rr yard ecks antl plldri Jfsret j?
New 1904 Silk
Crepes de Chine
Crepe de chine Is one of the season's
greatest favorites because its soft, fine
texture clings and drapos so exquisitely
that It 1b specially adapted to the pre
vailing modes. As it wcarn perfectly,
It Is a wise Investment for any woman.
At $1.00 Per Yard.
Wo offer one of the best grades from
a leading silk manufacturer. 21 inches
wide, in all the leading 6hades, black,
white and cream Included, guaranteed
all pure silk and a regular 51.35 quality.
The initial exhibit of the exclusive
jnoveltle? in dress fabrics for spring 1904
must appeal to all smart dressers who
are looking for the latest European
ideas for this coming season. The
prices, as well as the immense variety,
will create special Interest.
Beautiful high ilnished English mohairs
In plain and fancy effect?, especially
adapted for shirt waist suits, priced
from $2.00 down 6 5$
Fine black Twine Boutonnc, -10 inches
45-inch French batistes in all the new
desirable colorings and blak, an ex
cellent new sheer nov- d;.
elty, per yard 41 UU
New Paris voile, a fine wiry fabric In
plain and noppc effects, 46 Inches
wide, per . .
Great Advance Offer
$1.00 and $1.25 Values.
Made of light weight vesting, full
hemstitched fronts, large pearl button
trimmed, very sightly and nt a very
low figure. All sizes, 32 to 44.
Ladles flannelette gowns, made of the
very best of outing flannel, in the
pink and blue stripes, en7
all good sizes, for
I-adles muslin gowns In three different
styles, lace or embroidery trimmed,
and nil of fine cambric, muslin, gen
erously full and long,
Y. M. C A. IN JAPAN
AND WHAT IT MEANS
The Young Men's Christian association
of North America has Interests in Japan
which makes it deeply concerned in
watching the progress of the war, and
the posHlblo later invasion of Japan.
There are nov six American sucrctarlcs
in Japan. Galen M. Fl.sher of California
is national general secretary, und Y. "W.
Helm of Indiana national secretary for
the city work. G. S. Phclpa of Michigan
b; secretary at Kyoto. Georgo Gleason of
Massachusetts is secretary at Oaaka. C.
V. Htbbard of Wisconsin is student secre
tary at Toklo. There are also eighteen
instructors in the Government schools In
Japan who were nelected and secured at
the request of tho Japancso Government
from among the College association lead
ers of North America by Mr Fisher.
Thepo men, while In the employment of
,ths Government as teachers, aro conduct
ing Bible classes in their own homes, and
aro volunteer leaders In tho many uni
versity, collcgo and city associations of
Five buildings havo been creoted with
tho help of Americans at Toklo, ICyoto,
Osaka and Knmamoto, worth ?58,IXiO.
Many of the officers of the ansoelutlon
havo been educated in America and are
among the national leaders of Japan.
The late Hon. H. ICalaoka. President of
the lower house of Parliament, was presi
dent of the association at Toklo. lie al
ways opened Parliament in silent prayer,
and held at his resldehce a Bible class
for some of his closest friends In tho
House. In tha board of dlrcotors of tho
ICyoto association arc lnchnk-d a Major
of tho army, a professor In the Govcrn
'mont collegu, a member of the City Coun
cil, an owner of an electric railway, and
merchants and prominent Japancso citi
zens. Tho hero of thw naval battle at Che
mulpo, Hear-Admlral I'rln, was trained
at thu Naval academy at Annapolis, and
during two years was president of iho
Young Men's Christian association. Tho
Japancso associations ure planning to
undertake- an army work similar to that
dono by the American associations during
the Spanish war.
There is belug enlisted In the associa
tions In Japan many of Its eminent lead
ers, who take time to attend conferences
to study and direct the national associa
tion movement. At a recent meeting of
six associations were three collcgo presi
dents, two judges, an attorney, city ofiK
clal, a member of legation, one member
of Parliament, an officer of Japan's larg
est steamahlp company und three
Earon Mllsu Maejlmn. ex-Poslinoster-General
of Japan, recently snltl: "The
religion of Christ is the ono most full of
strength and promises for the nation and
individual. I can congratulate the Young
Men's Christian .iKtioclation upon the good
work it is doing for the welfare of our
Thero are now In Japan nfty-xevon
associations, with 2500 members: over ltoO
JupancHo young men In BIblo classes, and
a largo force of natlvo secretaries hus
been enlisted. There are fifteen hotels or
boarding-houses conducted for Japane.o'
young men student by the I'hrljtllun
,N0VELOTLA0F NEW 1904 SPRING
ff;if IB l&S? veal to you in a measure
only the full story of the bar-
MH WttlWMl ffit$A7JK$h ea'r. goodness of f.ils lntro-
t'l 'WlffMi vWHffmi- ductory sale. Don't let the
's! m JilF&, V$i WrX littleness of the pricing
USt VV YVvlK prejudice you against the
vlsM1?My'" U ) I AW lower priced garments we dc-
&$M$Ml ) t i f I Wi scrlbc touftV- you'u nnirvel
?vi ' 1'? BIT at their richness when you see
limki I lll -?25-00 r011 RTJN-
wmbf I etonblodse
I IfujIliW w ill Fancy mixtures, shoulder
' W ySA i 4 ,1 capes, collar, cuffs and front
ak m I I brald lrImmcd-
iMltwK J m ?20-00 1-011 "W" COLLAR-
Viffi )' LESS ETON SUIT.
CiiwWv A Cheviot, otamlne, Jacket is
iMvkvm A N k y?f profusely trimmed with fancy
W - brald and taffctIL fol(1?'
v k X ?18.95 TOR NEW ETON
Sv Vt.lO Cheviot, granite cloth,
VVk broadcloth and fancy mix-
-ik. ' turcs; five styles, beautifully
. V. trimmed, all very attractive
n .1 ci-ilnnhlo rnrmonl?
$11.05 FOR NEW WALKING SUITS
Cheviot,. Kcrgc, navy, black nnd
brown, shoulder capes nnd entire
Jacket and skirt trimmed with taffeta
bands and small brass buttons.
$2.95 FOR MISSES' NEW WALK
Cheviot, grey mixture, strap and but
S4.95 FOR LADIES' NEW DRESS
Cheviot, black and brown, taffeta
S6.95 FOR LADIES' NEW DRESS
Cheviot. caYivns cloth, two styles, taf
feta or self cloth strap trimmed.
SI 1.00 FOR LADIES' WALKING
Fine broadcloth, tan, castor and
black, side pleated nnd self strap
Special latrodwftory Sale of Mail
New Venice Lace Collars. Orders
Just received for spring and summei, the latest shapes PFfbmntSV
In Venire lace collars and yokes; variety of styles and de- B 1 JllljJllJ
' signs. In cream, ecru, Arabian, white and butter; also l PjHoffl
pome very dainty net jacket collars; (C(f I SaslLHi
special for this week's introduction y?'
None Other ('HI
trtrirgni i ly.if.Lyiyifl
RIEGER & LINDLEY, Distributors,
Salt Lake. ,
Lninriii lllltvr,MaPJ, ,fr r. ,tnntll
. SI 2.50 FOR NEW SILK JACKETS.
Peau do sole, loose, pleated Monte
Carlo style, triple shoulder capes', tailor
S14.00 FOR NEW OLIVE COVERT
Tight fitting, shoulder capes, novelty
box pleated back and front and
trimmed with self covered buttons.
$14.50 FOR NEW COLLARLESS
1 KERSEY JACKET.
Black and castor, tight back, box
front, 25-inch stitched taffeta, strap
SI 8.00 FOR NEW SILK ETON
Vest front effect of colored braid, J
neatly trimmed with yelf straps and I
I We want you to use ,
Tee row j
I Baking Powder j
It Is perfectly purn and It results (
w will pleaso and SATISFY the- oiost :
critical. , i (
' Manufactured by I
I HEWLETT BROS. CO.
fciawii. '"'WfFtti TOUNO. MIDDLE
O U R t(1 AGED AND ELDKFt
v ' h M LY. If you r.ro scxual-
U I V K ljr '5V'C,1!C. no matter
U i S f bS r M from what ca.UM, undc
M P n fl.ft .W vcloped; have stricture,
Oyir.-rJiCgL; varicocele, etc.. MY
PERFECT APPIilANCB will cure you.
No drugs or electricity; 70,000 cured aud
developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Kont sealed. Guarantoed.
Writu today. K. C. Emmot, 2W Tabor
5lJCk, Denver, Col-
Special display of new Fi-pnch cotton
vollee a perfect reproduction of the
finest quality of wool voiles. They
are made of the finest cotton obtaln
ablp, dyed In all the new ."lmdcs of
blue, green, gray, cardinal, pink and
heliotrope a most exquisite fabilc
27 inches wide, per .wff
Choice French organdies. In blue, pink,
lavender, heliotrope, tan and whlto
grounds, with large single blossoms
and striped Moral patterns, exclusive
designs, sheerest and finest fabric
shown, 32 inches wide, per , A
500 Pr. Odd Lace Curtains
Worth from 65c to ?7.f0 per pair, all
extra good, well made, agents' eam
ples, slightly soiled, will be sold while
.at: 40? to $5.00
Extra Values in Notting
An extraordinary valuo for this week
only, conflstlng of 0 new Nottingham
' styles, 3 yards long and 17 inches
wide, durable mesh and pretty de
signs, worth regularly $1.65; our price
Yard wide curtain Swisses in IS new
patterns, dots, figures, etc., regular
Replenish at these prices; they are
cheaper than present wholesale quota
tions for fall delivery. It will pay you.
ornT4 l,?r palr for Ladles' fine
quality fleeced hose, rein
forced heel and toe.
- ff per pair for Ladies' .fine cash
o5r mere hose, good cold weather
Pr pnlr for children's cash--"Ot
mere ribbed hose, good win
ter weight, regular 35c values.
tt-sf per pair for men's fine wor
5r sted half hose.
I elf por ,,a,r for ncav' weight cot
nr ton half hose In black, gray
The New Spring Ribbons
Are Now On Sale
Everything for Milliners, Dressmak
ers and Fancy Workers.
Full assortment of satin taffeta rib
bony for corset covers and fancy work, j
2-inch plain taffeta rlbons, all the new
colorings, per 'vciif
No. 12 high grade satin taffeta ribbons, j
all colors, per -r-
No. 10 special black taffeta ribbons for
hair bows, per nc(t
All kinds of fancy bows suitable for
all purports will be made free of charge
by expert bow makers.
A LIVELY TIME
With ihti plumbing ia unneccssniT If you
will 1L us look after your work In that
line. Wo do not leave a Job half done and
things don't happen to the householder
that m&kis him want to kill tho plumbor.
AVe arc llrst-cla.ss plumkyvrs
IN EVERY RESPECT
But ono. Our bills are ho small that peo
ples think of tho olfl-tlmo charges with
mallco in their hearts.
I. M. HIGLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
ICO Eant Flrtt South. Telephone 7.J.
P- iABSOUTIELV PURE
A POWERFUL LIST W
TUESDAY ONLY. W
. BEGINNING Jlf
High class black all silk taf invc
fast selvedge edge, extra good f. .
grade, 20 Inches wide; for lc V -only,
1 to 2 p, m Tues "
.- -r 5ig
'A , BEGINNING '&
At this price we expect to mal lf
complete clean-up in one hou h& 31
all llannelettes carried c ?
There ure about 50 styles, k 152 B
. Vi pieces in each style Good c
assortments. Sold from 10(
17 e per yard. Tuesday from'
3 p m.. per oj
yard Oyt gfkts
ill SCG1NHING IK l
Ladies' drawers in two diff$ k qv
styles, made with a deep floti ijr.
J edged with either embroider: tfltl'i
fine torchon lace, from 2tiZZ
3 to 4 p. in. Tuesday.... -get
: j. -
From -i to 5 p. m. Tuesday we jA y,
sell our regular U'.-jC perci kjidie,"
best grades, best colorings, i fc
elsewhcre at 15c per yard; arSai
price for one hour, per l)"
ard 4 A . .
I - 'f$' I h0. Wt'k,h
From 5 to 6 p. m Tuesday we florj
soli new 1904 Japanese wash c gghi
standard quality and exce
range of colorings. 4 eallt'
for. per ard . w
I -rH---H-Hr ftllM
i Hot Water Bottles i 4k
t Fountain Syringe &
X Arc among the most '' cssa q(
things in a sick room. V Ri, 1
X threatened with bronchitis. tJ 5m
risy or puoumonia there Is nqj
X better than a hot water bottlw FAJ
X on the clu-fit to ward off fatn
f suits. They relieve moro pain 01
T any other appliance In the
4- line. Yo keep them In noaj ;1(.USS
X sizes from 75c up. Welcome. ?' '!
X In. All cars start from V
I Godbe-Pitts Drj
f ..Store., g
of th. BlwIcJflr
iionarrU nHp, '
l.M, or by ja.UJfc,. t
HIE SAOTAL-MJJUTa j
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. S,t,1Jg