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10 gam? BaotIiAIKB Tmromis: Tuesday Moinxistg-, iruxrz 5, 1904.
. AMONG THE POLITICIANS I!
-HHH-f-WHHHJ I H Ml H U H, i H H H J I ,H H $
Iffi ENATOR ' CHARGES W. FAIR-
& W BANKS virtually la a teetotaller.
If he ever drinks anything strong-
er than elder It la while j In the
i bosom of his family and no one ever
1 knows about It- But he la too broad-
I saged to interfere with another's pre-
I roga lives in this respect.
I A few years ago he and Senator Cul-
I lom of Illinois ,werc guests of Senator
1 1 Joe Blackburn, and were seeing the
I j sights of Lexington. They had walked
1 1 about the pretty. Kentucky city until
! Senator Joe concluded that his friends
I J must be thirsty enough to appreciate
; a -drink. Proposing that hia guests join
j him, he headed for a bar.
m The staid Senators followed In silence
Hi and each entered the drinking place
Bl; feeling that he was a bit out of place.
Kfi But what could they do? They were In
K Kentucky and, the guests of a famous
gt Kentucky statesman.
; "What will you take, Senator Falr-
j banks?" usked the host.
"Well I- believe a lemonade will be
; about right. Make St a bit tart," he
j,' replied, addressing the barman.
I The color came into Senator Black-
U burn's face a little deeper than usual
, but he let It pass and turned to Senator
' "What's your's, Senator?"
1 1 "I'll take a glass df milk, if you
k please," was the Illlnolsan's reply.
J Tills was rubbing it in on Senator Joe,
I: but he Is much too gallant to remon-
' strate. He had fixed his mouth for a
J Kentucky toddy or a good old-fashioned
I mint julep. Ho looked puzzled.
"What will you have?" asked the bar-
j man, addressing Senator Blackburn and
; emphasizing "youl"
"Selng it's In order," he answered,
"you may give me a piece of pie."
I The Richfield Sun, which is so inde-
pendent Jn politics, and everything
else, for that matter, that It is almost
i savage at times, has the following to
! say: To the Sun, which does not pre-
i tend to know anything about the hid-
I den mysteries of Republican politics, the
opposition to Kearns in the ranks of his
own party is Inexplicable. He has
i made a better Senator than any one ex
pected. He has just as much ability
a9 whdn he was first elected; he has ac-
j quired influence at Washington and has
looked after the interests of Utah with
ceaseless fidelity and signal success.
I Former Senator Marlon Butler of
North Carolina has resigned as chalr-
11 man of the Pdpiillst National commlt-
R tee, and will not attend the convention
V at Springfield. Senator Bqtler recently
I, announced his Intention to support the
Ei Republican National ticket, and there-
B fore retires from the Populist conven
tion. Mr. Butler will not take any ac
' . live part In the coming campaign, and1
1 thinks no possible combination of Demo
crats can defeat Roosevelt. He is also
of the opinion that If Cleveland is nom-
inated by the St. Louis convention that
North Carolina, Kentucky and proba
bly other Southern States will ca3t their
electoral votes for Roosevelt. Although
, he said he would wait until after the
Democratic convention at St. Louis be
fore deciding upon his party alignment,
he is counted now as a Republican.
The Morgan Mirror has this to say
of a well-known member of the Weber
i county bar: N. J. Harris of Ogden Is a
candidate for District Attorney on the
I Republican ticket. Mr. Harris Is a na-
j tlve son of Weber county, having been
I born at HarrlsvlHe. He Is a graduate
from the University of Utah and from
the University of Michigan. He is a
lawyer of experience and ability and his
many friends are urging his claims for
nomination for this position. Mr. Har
ris Is deservedly popular among all
clashes, and he will undoubtedly let his
opponents know he Is In the race. If
nominated he' will pqll his full party
vote besides drawing strength from the
Morgan county Democrats and Re
publicans are insisting on a favorite
son for joint Senator. The Democrats
favor Samuel Francis of Morgan City,
and many Republicans are booming Mo
roni Heiner of the same place, and John
Gpv. Heber M. Wells spread the
eagle's wings at Richfield yesterday
and Judge Botkin orated at Gold Moun
tain. Local Interest in the Democratic Na
tional convention Is keen. Republicans
are watching the developments of the
If Bright s Disease and
I Diabetes News,
j Pacific Coast Biscuit Co., It. C. Pell,,
j Manager. Sdn Francisco, June 27,
To Parents of Children Having Brlght's
Disease: v , ., -
I feel Impelled .to write you my per-
ronai experience wun mis disease, tne
gravity of which I feel strongly
Ihrougi the death of my father spmo
twenty years ago from that trouble 'and
the serious Illness of my son nearly two
Bj years ago, when he was pronounced by
B1 Hvo physicians to have Brlght's Disease
lts worst form, with recovery impos
sjble. His whole body was swollen with
the dropsy, great difficulty in breathing
E fipd death at any moment would not
Hj Have surprised us. Medical science h'av-
H' ln 1een exhausted, we put him-on the
j Fulton treatment for Brlght's Disease.
Hj In six months his recovery was com-
1 pjete. Physicians have five' times .since
l found him normal and without physical
defect. Hearing that the son of a
H! friend (an attorney) was dying of
i Bl ight's Disease I .told him and at last
reports the boy had recovered. Last
year a Mr. Baruch, representing a New
Hj' York firm doing business with us
-hocked us by his appearance. He
aid it was Brlght's Disease and feared
it was his last ti lp to California. I told
PHj hfm. too, of my boy's case. Eight
months later he called again. I hardly
'cnew him. He said he was nearly well.
B There are lives to be saved, and It Is mv"
duty as well as my pleasure to lay these
facts before you. Yours, etc.,
LB m, R- c- PELL.
The above rr?rs to the newly-dlscov-
J cred Fulton Ctrmpbunds, the first cures
j ihe world has ever seen for Brlght's
Disease and Diabetes. We are the sole
ugents. Ask for pamphlet. F. J. Hill
Drug Co., Salt Lake, Utah.
Hi "When to suspect Brlght's Disease
PpH puffy ankles ' or hands weakness wlth-
nut visible caune kidney trouble after
PH third month smoky urine frequent
urination failing vision one or more
pM of these.
Democratic struggle with as much con
cern as are the Democrats. One of the
latter said yesterday: "Bryan's atti
tude clearly shows that the Nebraskan
wants to make it Impossible for the par
ty to win. The trouble with Bryan Is
that he has never realized that his per
sonality had as much to do with his de
feat as did the Issues. The people were
afraid of him. They knew him to be
irratlc and uncertain. Now he wants to
prove that the party, under the leader
ship of some other man, will be as weak
as It was under his guidance. Demo
crats might win without Bryan this year,
but his presence makes It next to Im
possible." Now the big Republican politicians
nre laughing otfer the way Senator
Kean of New Jersey bargained for a
"stand pat" tariff plank in the Na
tional platform. According to the story
the resolutions committee was home
less, and it had no end of trouble try
ing to get a suitable place. Finally
Ex-Senator Carter of Montana drifted
Into the New Jersey headquarters and
asked If the committee could not have
the room. Mr. Kean was the only per
son around who had any authority to
answer the question.
"Well," said he, "I doubt whether I
have any business to give you these
rooms but I'll take the chance and say
yes, If tho committee will agree to
"stand pat' 'on the tariff."
"That suits me," said Mr. Carter.
Then he brought In Senator Lodge, to
whom the bargain was explained.
"Count me In," the Senator Is re
ported to have answered. And so the
deal was madeft
Former Fire Chief James Devlne Is
being discussed as a possible candidate
for the Republican nomination for
Sheriff of Salt Lake county.. He has
not given his consent to be entered In
the race, however.
Of all the congratulations that Pres
ident Roosevelt has received the fol
lowing telegram is said to have pleased
"Carroll, Iowa, June 24.
"To Theodore Roosevelt:
Seth Bullock was the Sheriff In Dead
wood when the President was a
rancher at Medora, and he Is now cap
tain of the Black Hills Rangers. The
brief Indian form of greeting went
straight to the President, who directed
that lt be made public
W. J. Arnold has just returned from l
a ten days' trip through Wayne county,
where he took a bird's eye view of the '
political situation. "There aro about
two or three candidates for every of
fice" in the county," said Mr. Arnold.
"The only exception Is in the case of
the Treasureshlp. Treasurer D. H. j
Blackburn, who Is a candidate for re- '!
election, has no opposition at this time.
There arc no candidates for State offices
from Wayne and probably will not be
"There are three candidates for Rep- '
rcsentative. They are Judge A. L.
Roblson, W. H. Morrell and C. A. Gib- i
bons. Up to a few days ago James E. n
Meeks was the only candidate for Joint
Senator from Wayne for the Tenth
District, but there Is a new entry. He s
Is Heber Wilson of Teasdale, present 1
County Assessor." ;
In view of the call of a meeting of
the Republican State committee on
July 9, the Tribune has submitted to
the Bepubllcan chairman of the sev
eral counties of Utah the following j
Where do you favor holding the Re-
publican State convention and upon 9
what date? k
2. What do you think of Republican 8
prospects In the approaching cam- I
3. How do the Republicans In your B
county like the nomination of Roose- f
vcit and Fairbanks? I
i. What would you advise as the best
way to make the fight In the approach
ing campaign? P
Chairman John Meteer of Richfield, I
Servlor county, says:
"Salt Lake Is my choice of cities in
which to hold the Republican State j
convention. To. the great majority it
Is far the most convenient and is the
only town in the State properly pre
pared to accommodate a crowd. Geo
graphy cuts no ice in this choice. The
party In Weber or Utah county would I
not profit a single vote by the State
convention's being held In Ogden or S
Piovo, and If it were, most of us would D
go first to Salt Lake and then simply 1
be put tn the trouble of the additional i
"About August 1 would be my choice I
of dates for the convention. This Is a iB
big year and there will be plenty of S
thunder and the sinews of war for a j
long campaign. The national cam- J
paign will begin about that time and R
we should be ready to Join in. Utah a
will go Republican by a healthy ma- J,
Jorlty, I know of no Influence to rob j'
us of the majority that Is already 1
proved justly ours and there are many Hi
reasons to believe this majority should &
"No nominations could havo suited
the Republicans of this section better
than those made at Chicago. Roose
velt's nomination was a foregone con
clusion. He is the party's unanimous
favorite, and Fairbanks adds strength
to the ticket. '
"We should make the fight this year
the most vigorous In the party' history
in Utah. The record In the Nation and
the State Justifies It and the end de
mands It.' There are so many offices
for us to vote on In Utah this year
that such a campaign as we "had two
years ago could not cover the ground."
Jessie M. Smith, chairman of Davla
"I favor Salt Lake City for the State
convention. There are so many candi
dates and so many nominations to
make that unusual' interest will be
shown and a large attendance Is cer
tain. Sajt Lake. is. the n.ost accessible
for the greatest number. It is also the
"We should decide on a date not later
than the first part of September. It
this is done the many resorts about
Salt Lake will serve as. double attrac
tion to the -convention visitors and thus
make the trip very pleasant. Besides,
It will enable the committees to prop
erly organize for the real work of the
campaign, which would be impossible
If the convention were, postponed until
"There Is abundant reason to expect
a great victory In November. Under
the leadership of Roosevelt and Fair
banks the party will enter the cam
paign in full knowledge that It has no
apologies to make. They are -not un
tried men. The people know them.
"Here In Utah we know them both
and they know Utah's needs. They have
been our friends and I do not believe
any Utahn can reason tluU it would be
to his interest to vote for candidates
! The past week has been one of marvelous selling. We are determined that our stock shall be reduced to
I its proper bounds. With this end in view we will continue the great sale another week. Judge of our .sincerity
of purpose in this sale by the prices and values presented. We offer bargains that no economical shopper can af-
I ford to miss; styles that are the newest, assortments. that are most complete and prices that defy competition. 1
I Now is clearing-out time. Every hat must go without regard to cost or
original selling price. We never tarry over a single hat from one season to the
other. That explains.
Ladies' hats that formerly tf A Ef Children's trimmed hats,
sold for S.00, this sale. V$oy$ worth 3.00 M0y$5
A Jarge number of ladies' trimmed Children's trimmed hats, (fa A Q
hats, value G.00, )2 value 5.00, for )Zo4"0
Entire line of ladies' and misses'
Another lot of ladies' trimmed hats, ready-to-wear hats, values Q TN
value -1.00, J Upo 3.00, for O VC
All other ready-to-wear hats, that
Children's trimmed hats, ThQ sold' from 3.00 pj
value 2.00, for to 5.00
BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL WRAPPERS, DRESSING SACQUES, KI
MONAS AND UNDERSKIRTS. THEY ARE BEING SOLD AT LESS THAN
Ladies' fast black cotton hose, value -rj r
i5c sale iUc
Ladies' best quality lisle hose, value p
Children's ribbed hose, fast black, -fj
double knee, value 15c, sale IUC
Children's fast black cotton hose, dou- -a A
ble knee and soles, value 20c, sale 1
Misses' fine quality lace hose fast Tj 1
blacX value 20c, sale L Q
Ladies' fancy ribbed cotton vests, low neck, sleeve
less, lace trimmed, value -f A
20c, sale 14C
Ladies' fancy silkolene vests, ribbed, low neck and
35c, sale '
Ladies' fine lisle union suits, low neck, sleeveless,
umbrella style, lace trimmed, f f
value 05c, sale
ALL NOTIONS, GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS LACESN H
who aro untried or for measures that
are liable to disturb present conditions.
The State was never more prosperous.
The people never had better prospects.
In Davis county, where small farming,
dairy interests and fruit-growing is so
generally pursued, the people are In
terested in a healthy home market
Salt Lake supplies this and our people
will take no chances on a change of
administrations that might disturb the
prosperity of the consumer In our best
market. A change of any kind is at
tended by great dangers and the people
of Utah do not want a change and
they will not vote for a change."
"I favor Salt Lake City," said Frank
E. Hanson, chairman of Millard county,
"and prefer as early a: date as Is possi
ble. Republican prospects were never
brighter than now. The Republicans
of Millard county are as unanimous for
Roosevelt and Fairbanks as was the
Chicago convention. If we will keep
prosperity. Republican principles and
Theodore Roosevelt to the front the re
sult will be all wc could hope for:
"Let us hold the convention at Salt
Lake City," said Chairman J. R. Porter
of Morgan county, "and let us hold It
sufficiently early to get in good shape
for a successful light. Our prospects
are fine. We ought to carry the State
by 10,000 and we will If we hustle.
"Roosevelt Is all right, and so Is his
ruimlngmatc-. "We are well pleased.
A. clean-cut campaign do mud throw
ingand Individual effort will win big
Democrats, now they have failed ex
cept as a negative party. They know we
have succeeded and that the people are
contented. They do not like to be re
minded of It, however,"
Loyal to his home city, Chairman H.
Buller, Jr., favors holding fhe State
convention at Logan about September
1. He says the prospects arc "good."
that Republicans like the National
ticket "first class." and says: "Put up
n strong representative ticket and keep
the past and present record of the par
ty before the people and victory Is as
Burred." Chairman M. J. Dailey of Summit
county, says: "Salt Lake City on any
date" will please him. He savs the
parly's prospects are very good, that
everybody appears pleased with the
National ticket and he adds that if the
I convention "nominates good men only,
wc shall surely win."
Drake's Palmetto Wine.
Ever- sufferer gets a trial bottle free.
Only one small dose a day of this won
derful tonic. Medicinal Wine promotes
perfect digestion, active liver, prompt
bowels, sound kidneys, pure, rich blood,
healthy tissue, velvet sklnt robust
health. Drake's Palmetto Wine Is a
true, unfailing specific for catarrh of
the mucous membranes of the head,
throat, respiratory organs, stomach and
pelvic organs. Drake's Palmetto Wipe
cures catarrh whereve- located, relieves,
quickly, has cured the most distress
ful forms of stomach trouble and most
stubborn cases of llatulcncy and con
stipation; never falls, cures .to sta.y
cured. You 'are put to no expense what
ever. Call. at the following address and
get a free trial bottle: Wllles-Horne
Drug Co., Deseret News building, and
W. IT. Dayton Drug Co., corner Second
South and State streets.
Royal Bread 1b pure, every loaf bears
our label with the crown At all gro
cers and first-class restaurants.
; , WAIST'S
- r- ' ' , !
EVERY WAIST IN THE HOUSE IS GREATLY REDUCED.
China Silk Waists j
Waists worth Wraisls worth Waists worth
j S.!h:8.$3.98 ".$2.98 S-..$198
Silk waists, all colors and black, regu- Silk waists, all colors and black, regu-
I sizes8'.3.0.'.'!'!..' $498 ir?5'.00: $2.98 j
Waists worth Toe, "Dfh Waists, regular price 1.00, i A,
Waists worth 1.50, Waists that sold for 1.75, ft
'". $C V5C
All $3.00 waists, (Jo -rt TiTti All 55.00 waists, (p Jn
j 3I.o9 f- $2.48
eu. MlAi-H U . II i U . V .- I J J " . .r .5 1 I II II I I IIM Mill j
I YOU WOULD BE SURPRISED AT THE LOW PRICES ON ALL
, SKIRTS. IP YOU NEED A SKIRT, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY ONE. I
f THE ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED. R
Caps and Mull Hats
Misses' caps with leather shields, in dif- if
ferant colors, value 35c, sale JLj!Q
Misses' fine broadcloth caps with leather shields, in
different colors, value
50c, sale ; SyQ
Children's mull hats in white or colors, also silk
hats in colors, value fhO
1-25, sale yQg,
Children's fancy silk hals, trimmed with
I mull ruffle, value 1.00, sale g y,
WICKET SHARKS TO
j ORGANIZE A CLUB
Quito a largo crowd assembled In Lib
erty park yesterday morning , to pliiy
crjeket. Thcro were enough there for far
moro than two elevens, and Judging by
tho amount of nnmea handed in. there will
bo a large membership jfor the club which
It Is desired to organize.
Sides wero nicked up and a scratch
game was played. This game showed a
bowler of great merit In Mr. Hoar, who Is
a native of Australia. He captured nearly
all the wickets for his side, and there wero
very few runs hit off him. Ho seems to
make use of a largo amount of head work
In his bowling, and glvon a proper pitch
and, ball ho will bo a batsman's terror.
Plenty of good material was shown In tho
game, which with practice and coaching'
ought to develop Into a good ojeven.
Unfortunately many devoteos of the
game did not know about tho attempt to
organize a club, and they were not-present.
On Friday at 7 p. m. a meeting will bo
held at 131 Main street, at which It Is
hoped that all those who take anv Interest
in tho game will be present. It is desired
to have tho matter placed on a sound
basis and to go In for tho game on the
From St. Louis Through, to Petoskey
Sleeping car leaves St. Louis daily
12.15 noon over Vandalla-Pennsylvanla.
Lines, via Richmond und G. R. & I.
Railway "The Fishing- Line" running
through to Petoskey, Bay View, Roar
ing Brook. YVequetonsIng, Harbor
Springs and Mackinaw City. Season
tourist tickets at special fares, also ex
cursion tickets with return limit of fif
teen days. Detailed information will
be given upon request to George T.
Hull, District Manager, Denver, Col. 1
i ' i i 'mi iii i i i i i i mi i i mi
Children's fancy Swiss bonnets, trimmed with
large ruffle and lace, (Th
value 35c, sale jyQr 1
Children's fancy embroidered bonnets, good qual- it
ity, trimmed with ribbon, j A
value 50c, sale 4oiC i
Children's fine Quality embroidered bon- ffifh 1
Vetslarge ruffle, value 75c, sale O VC
small size, value 20c, sale
Ladies' wrist bags, in all colors, with I
chain, value dOc, sale kJls'Qj '
Ladies' fancy bags, chain or leather Q
handles, value ?1.25, sale VuC 5
' Belts I
Largo 'assortment of ladies' fancy belts, injsilk or
leather, value 75c, p
sale OyC I
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ssi?4 ftp1a,r minima, etc., and all Norvous A 8
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DrriTj.snouns. 9Ad ffa,,h anJl skHI. wo are aluays willing to 4389
KCS- wait 'or our feo until a cure is eflected. sr. c. w siiohes.
Sr. yJur" WEAK MEN VARICOCELE.
thorough. Not ouo of ----- M .K., . . , , I
our patients lias over ' - Absolutely piilnloas I
b:nl u ruin nun nn..r o .7 I -. treutniunt tbnt cures I
bolnVrtlMbarJea bs So called "WoakncM" In moo l merely completely, luvostl- I
I curort, aud wo euro In a,sJ,uP"m of oUroulo Inilammatlon In pto our mosncd. It I
" loss t mo than or .V,'? T0 laDt1' "uijhi on by ear j- , lo only tboroucbly I
rtlnarv rornw of ucSE- ? ,pation or by tbu 'mpropor -trcai- c ontlHd treatment for B
mont'reoulro. wont of bqnio contraclwl disease. A dlsoao beluj; em- 8
meiu require. coiuplelo and radical euro In. therefore Plojcd. h I ,
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to drlvo tho rlnis to It Is original nnd sclcntliic Jn H, strlcturo. l'llos. fl
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romedles, that romovo that by no other mothoda can full nd wilcncss. etc., nre I ,
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talnt- vigor bo accomplished. k unu svuaos wo onro to I
I I Htay cured. fl J tm '
HOmE CURES BY MAIL. I 1
torn blanks anil vre will l-lad.SdvUe you VemtSoi,IrlM anU frc0 S7mp- ) j
Orncollours: 0 a. m, to 6 p.m.; Kvenlngs.7 to 8; Sunday, and Holidays. 10 a. m. to 13. j
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