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I RUN DOWN BY A
BOY ON HORSEBACK
Mrs. Carrie Christcnson, Aged Seventy-Five,
Is Badly In
jured. Mrs. CoiTta Ohristcnen. 412 Hnzel
court. WU run flown by a boy on a
horse at Ninth South i r.l Fifth Enst
Streets about 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon and riulto seriously Injured. Sho
waa coming from Ubarty park by the
northwest entrance with hr dnughter-lr.-Iaw
and grandchildren and was
about to take the street car when the
boy eaine dashing down the atreet on
his pony. The boy was unable to con-
Itrol the anlma.1 and Mrs. Christenen
was knocked down and tramplel
upon by the DOTSC,
A calk on one of the horse's shoes
struck Mrs. Chrlstcnsen In the head
jusl above thi lett eye. and Inflicted an
JKly wound She WU otherwise badly
Injured besides receiving a sovere shock
to bW nervous, system. Mrs. Chricten-
n. who Is the mother of Ft. B. C'hrl
lensen. a contractor and builder. Is 75
. rm f B1 and her Injuries may prove
serloun. She was taken Immediately
to the home Of her son In Hazel court
and the services of a physician were se
cured. Bert Ashley If Bald to be the name of
the boy riding the horee. A special
policeman took his name and then per
mitted him to fro. He had not reported
the accident to the police department
at 9 0'ClOCk laal nlRht. Bystanders,
win. witnessed thfl accident, say the
bov could not control the horse, but Mr.
Chrlstensen Fald yesterd:ty that he In
tended to hav- him prosecuted.
BUILDING TORN DOWN.
David Keith Removes Material From
Passers by the old Kxnosltion hull.llnfrs
of the D. A. and M society on the block
tiurrniinded b; Sixth arul Fifth South and
Sixth and Seventh Bast have noticed that
The large bult.llnir has entirely disap
peared. Tho block is owned by David
Keith of thin city, who raadn a splendid
real estate bamaln when he secured It for
M5,tX) some time ago. Mr. Keith, when
een yesterday, stated that ho hart not de
cided what disposition he wcruld make, of
tho block or what kind of a building he
would erect, as there was plenty of time
to talk of that and the. property was vory
good to hold.
As the roof of the building was In bad
repair, he thought It would be wise to
tear It down now and use the good bricks
anfl other material in various other build
ing he has under wav.
Xhe tearing down or the building mark3
tho passing of tjulto an important place,
It w;s the sC'-riu of all the best annual
tHirs given by the Deserc Agricultural
; ad Manufacturing society, and many peo
ple v. Ill recall past exhibits with pleasure
The property Is a ten-ooro lot and
stniids In tho heart of a flno residence sec
tion It oaa be divided Into quarter blocks
by ,i str-et north and south and one east
and west, whleh would enable the owner
i SlCUre all the building space, but this
nnd other plans havo not been decided
Crooks at Salftair
Quite a harvest Is tv-lng reaped by B
gnng of crooks that Is operatliiK fit Sult
nir M:s K;ilin of M BoVtb Se.conil East
lost a handbag eontainlng a sold watch, a
diamond pin and a diamond brrtrir-h and
JXTS In money. Thomas R. Larson of T2-1
W i si Second South lost $14 while he was
in tho water, and B. C. Carter lost somo
hmnll change and papers out of his cloth, s
while ho was bathing. All those thefts
took place on Sunday.
Mrs. Kahn had given her pocketbook to
het daughter to take care of while sho
was In the water. The latter laid the bag
On the tenrh beside her, ami while her at
tention wiih distracted for a momont one
e.f the Lr.iMk' tiok tin opportunity to steal
It. Both the other thefis wore- perpetrated
in the bathinK-houae.
Nevada Chines Case.
Chlm se inspector T J. iongiey has
Just received word from Nevada of the
disposition of seveniJ Chinese cases,
wherein ho had made arrests some
weeks -igo. Th death of the United
Ku.ii Marshal of Nevada three weeks
asro delayed the hearing until the ap
pointment of Robert Grimm as his suc
cesaor, Of the five Chinese who had
their hearings, four produced the n.c-es-arv
in.er .-uii w,n- released, and
one. Wong Suey, was ordered deported.
. S Two of the Chinese arrested at Beo-
I waws wart released by Constable
15bcrt of that town on ball and dlsap-pearerL
Prof. William A. Wetzell of the Salt
Jike public schools returned vesterday
after spending s month at St. Louis ami
ChlcSgO Mr. W. tz. II Is now the prsst
lent of the music seetinn of the National
!:.! in- itli.r.d .. nclntion. this honor hav
ing been conferred upon him at the recent
convention held In St. Louis.
1 John Papp. a railroad magnate of Buda-
I peat Hungary, and wife are registered
ut the Kenyon They are touring the
1'nllo.l St.it.-s f.., pleasure and nr.. now
in route east from San Kranelseo
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Daily Reporter Co., Job Printers,
21 East First Suth St.. Bait Lake.
Facts for the Traveler.
There Is no more Ideal route In all
particulars than the CheaWnaake JUi
Ohio of today. Every one WhiSnffiS
Its scenery and service becomes on en
thusiastic advertiser. Its f.une multl
pUrtog accordingly. The n.Vy
through the Allegheny mountains and
the New River canyons, as viewed from
the observation car. affords sublimities
Of nature nowhere equalled Mat of the
KOCky mountains. The y y y r ,'
V",L 118 ",ar hleh runs solid
betwacn New York and Cincinnati v a
Phlladslphia, Baltimore and Wa'hmi
' A 1 ton with Louisville simper attached Is
without a rival in those details which
contribute to tbe sum of pk-asur. and
r.H'V,, tFark' rok-bullasted and
r r! la,(1 w,,h heavy steel rails; bridges anri
culverts built of Iron and stone splen
did new equipment, and the best block
system known, assure almost absolute
safely In the running of trains. Tn v
eltrs between the Bast nnd the West
vuu u.ake no mistake In asklna for
ffSfa w& Lac C S. . route.
City and Neighborhood !
ANNA UASMI SSKN wife of Iewls P.
Rasmussea, .ik.I :7. who died last Satur
day, of pneumonia, was bulled yesterday
morning. The funeral was held from the
undartaalng iarlors Ol Joseph W. Taylor.
NETTIE TU8CHER and Emma Hon-d.-rsnii
v.irc l.adl: thrown n. ,r the S-.it-nlr
depot on Sunday, the horse which they
wbre driving having been frlrhten-d by a
(run that was tired bv a boy In clobratlon
of the Twenty-fourth. The horse bolted
and threw both cJris to the ground. They
live t 42.-1 West l'lrst South and suffered
only aJlKht bnils- s
ANDREW MORTENKEN. a hodcarrier
w.rkliiK "ii the i i w I If, (. A. building,
lost his bslance while wheeling Ills burrow
along a plank In the second story. He
fell twenty feet from the scaffolding Into
the cellar, but was only brulfcd, as his
fall wns broken by a plank He w:is un
conscious at llrst, tiut recovered nnd was
sent home lie lives at 7. ;ien avenue.
A CREDITABLE PUBLICATION Is the
souvenir number of the Blue and Gold, l-
.' Weil )'. III.' M nl'ir "f llie Litter-liny
Saints University. The paper shows that
much care has been expended In getting
It up. and many of the articles anil stories
are very clover. Elizabeth R. Cannon, the
edltor-ln-i hlef. hd? contributed two arti
cles nnd William Dobson and Addle Can
non have al6o written stories of much
merit. The photographs of groups and
university buildings nre also very good.
"DA YE K1MBAM.," an old Indian wns
dlscovered yesterday In a tepee behind the
gasworks suffering with s malignant
growth r. the bottom "l his foot. He had
his toes frostbitten forne time ago, and
the growth has resulted from neglect. Dr.
Odell examined the font at the Holy Cross
hospital and discovered that It would havo
to be amputated
CHARLES H. J ARM. secretary of the
local street-car lodge, who left town a few
days ago. Is wanted on a Warrant Issued
from the County Attorney's office, charg
ing hJm with having embezzled J.". -) that
belonged to the union. He came Into pos
session of the money on July 9 and It Is
charged that he appropriated It to his own
use. When Jarm first disappeared It was
thought by the members of the union that
hla going had hurt no one but himself,
but It was afterward discovered that the
money was missing.
FROM AN BNC01 NTER with a pool of
mud. a young man who was riding a
Wheel down Brlgham street yesterday
morning bears the souvenirs on his face.
He was riding along at a good Bpeed when
he struck a pool and turned several
somersaults. He was only partly stunned
and rode mf without giving his name.
THE R K WAS A LARGE; CROWD at
Calder's park yesterday afternoon anil
evening, and the following prizes were
awarded: Oldest married couple, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Phillips. Mill Creek, forty-eight
years; youngest married couple, .ir and
Mrs. L. H. Wort hen, 2C0 South Sixth
East, ten months nnd nine days; oldest
lady, Helena Mortensen, 7S years. Second
West and Tenth South; oldest gentleman,
A. Phillips, aged 78. homeliest man. B.
Sliver; fattust baby, Eddie Smith, 4
months old, twenty-two pounds; prettiest
lady, Mrs. V. G. Roblson, Forest Dale;
prize waltz. P, J Hughes and Mrs. J. W
Goddard; highland fling, ftirs A Phillips,
aged C-i years The prizes were hajidsonm
FOR GIVING THE BEST representa
tion of pioneering in yesterday's parade,
the committee of pioneers awarded tho
prize to tie- Twi nt -ninth ward Sunday
school. Tho Nineteenth ward received a
FOLLOWING A CCSTOM Instituted
sorn-- years ago. Miss -Nora Gleason yes
terday took a number of musicians to the
penitentiary who furnished a most pleas
ing programme for the inmates. Nearly
every holiday for the past seven years a
musical and literary programme has b-.-en
given under the direction of Miss Glea
son, and the inmates have come to look
forward to the days with keen pleasure.
Wsterdaj s programme wis an entertain
ing one from thn first to the closing num
ber, and the men were enthusiastic In
their applause. Among those taking part
were Miss Gleason, Miss Rosemary Hol
land, BllSS Lillian Joint. Miss Ivv Evans
Miss Millie Williams, Miss Clara Fafek.'
Miss Florence L. ., ks. Ml:- Fnuio s Stur
gls. Peter Odenwalder, C. Locke, E. Rico
and H Bpencs
M AN' JC. R! ft PVOTB ttmm mt-M . w
avb.-sto.H i urtnln hi r. I. r -rl sunie time
ago for the Salt Lake Theatre, and will
soon have It In place. In carrying out
his plans for promoting the safety of his
patrons, Mr. Pyper han built a tire . scape
on the west sldo of the Theatre and is
constructlng one on the east side, which
will facilitate egress from the second and
TWO companies of the fire department
ariie tearing down Main street at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon In answer to
an alarm from the new premises of the
Walk-Over shoe store, next to the Smith
drug store. A live wire had set fir.- to the
uwnlng of the new store and caused great
excitement. It was extinguished In two
minutes, but the uwnlng wa.s destroyed
A UATHISON, the carpenter who fell
off the roof of a new bU tiding at HM West
First North street, was still In a critical
condition last night. He Is at St. Mark's
MRS. A l; IRVINE, wife of the young
otl...rti- an I former new-pa r in;.n or
this city. Iti critically II lat the Holy Cross
liosplUl with a ;-v.ti. attack of appendi
citis. Tho operation was mTfiirmnl v.
unlay and. after Bhe recovered from "the
( fleets of tho anaesthetic, it was seen that
her condition was quite serious, although
every hopo Is entertained for her re
COVery. She Is the daughter of the late
George Cj. Cannon and a sister of Kx
Senator Frank J. Cannon and has a host
of old friends In the cltv who will hopo
to I. ear ..I her recovery to health lain
hits night Mrs. In Ine's condition was
much Improved and s speedy recovery Is
hoped for Her husband Is with her at
TWO prisoners. C W Johnson and a
man who gave his name us John Doe
v.i-n taJou (., O,.' county 1,11 )LMt night
from Calder's park There was a drunken
rov. 1. 1 which the m. n w-re atln. king i
party out at the resort and Deputy
Eheriff Ertsela was taken home with a
badlv damaged ar. whlel Deputy Sheriff
Smith had two Anger broken and his
knuckles bruised In arresting the men
Deputy Sheriff Sharp and Edwards
fir ally cam to the r. u u. and the men
were hand rifled nnd brought to tho laU
JAMES BROWN, the painter who Ml
off th roof of tho D. F. Walker build
ing two weeks ago, was still unconscious
last night when Inquiry was made at tho
Holy Cross hospital.
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCUR
SION August 4:
Round trip from Salt Lake nnly J49 rt0
This covers all necessary rail and staxe
transportation, and hotel expenses be
yond Monlda. for the Kri,.(:nw"ollr"
The parts will be limited to M persona
See Short Line ag. r.ts for further par
llCUlara and ask for Illustrated folder
Everybody, Take Notice!
The modern up-to-date hotel M
Elmo corner Third South and Main
has changed hai.d, rnder the man
agement of Mr. and Mrs. John Oldham
j AMONG THE POLITICIANS I
Nothing has proved so interesting to tho 1
local Democracy as the announcement
that tho National party Is to have an
unusually largo campaign fund this yexr
Thern may not be
Democrats Intoxi- sspecisliy
cat from the gX ahout ttt
Campaign BarraL local
lug sw 1ft on the an
nouncement. Is none the less noteworthy.
Samuel Newhouse started the ball roll
ing with a handsome contribution to the
Young Men's Democratic c!ub. and the
movement was given especial Impetus
when National Committeeman Peary tale
graphed from St. Lotus that he bad re-
iv. ,1 assurancea of "Just and liberal
reward for the faithful.
Now, every Democrat from Chairman
Frank J. Cannon to Councilman Ferns
trOBO has Joined in a movement that will
SMUTS for them a snug place in the
'faithful' list Thev are tearing up tho
turf In an effort to make a local show
ing and It Is to their credit to say that
they have not been unsuccessful, thus
The reoort that the wealthy ! 1 mm.
v ho has a place on the National ticket,
had contributed to the campaign fund a
million dollars ha pat plt.k In the.h.k
of many a memher of 'he army of the
' faithful " And the glnper It has Iniected
ir. to a decrepit old parly of fraud and
false pretenso Is Interesting to observe.
The leaders are stepping around as
though thev really had hopes for suc
cess. They admit privately that there 3 no
chance for the Democracy in Utah, but
i-verv mother's son of them wants to
.. 1 uAn.ln l...ll.. 11.. IVIliK
to point to hl .forts as a recommenda
tion to him In the distribution of the re
wards he feela will be won through the
efforts of the Democrats of the East.
Most every Democrat says he believes
Parker will be the next iTcsidcnt. but
not through the votes of I'tah.
Ask one of these to specify to show
how- Parker can win he will whisper
ihat "the trusts arc with us this year and
we will have the stuff to arry enough
0l the doubtful Statea to win."
The whole secret of the enthusiasm Is
the dairy of a great campaign fund. The
thought of winning on the merits of the
candidates or the platform never oc
curs to elth.-r of th- se The enthusiasm
Is all thought out on tbe possibilities of
the slush fund. From the exuberance of
Sam New house's starter, down through
Henry Pcerv's pledge to Baron Davis's
barrel, the tcmocracv of Utah has be
come Intoxicated with hope.
But the Mane nun of the State feel that
on the morning following the election,
these hopeful spirits will awako to find
that it was all a pipe dream.
M n who have bad to do with Important
plans of a campaign, do not give value
Id the reports of a large fund being In
sight or In hand thus earl They know
that If it were true that the Democracy
w . c to have a great
Political Manngersf'in.i the leaders
Do "Not Talk of would nol be so tool-
Plenteous Funds. fact to leak out. If
it did leak out, they
know th it It would not be long until life
would be made a burden to every mem
ber of the disbursing commlttoe.
When the existence of a great cam
palKn fund Is known every' grafter In
every voting district in the country plans
a raid, lie will hatch up every con
ceivable scheme that may enable him to
extract a share of the fund. Nothing hi
this world will make a man, who Is bent
on capturing political funds, so resource,
ful or so cunning as the knowledgo that
ouch a fund Is In existence.
What campaign managers are moro
likely to do than to permit It to be known
that' the nr. ' Mush" Is to exaggerate
their cramped condition. They would
rather be attacked by the furies than the
grafter. They do not care a fig to lie
alxiut a shortage. That would be only
one of the incidents of the eampain
manager's life. But to say that there Is
or will be an abundance of funds Is the
most uproariously ridiculous thing a
really shrewd politician can Imagine
Davis may contribute a fortune to the
Democratic committee. That Is not at ill
unlikely. But he has not done so already
tor the gooi reason that the committee
has not organized.
The story was doubtless set afloat by
Republicans to tantalise the famishing
No material change Is Witnessed in the.
Gubernatorial contest. The threo candi
dates appear to the unblaseel observer as
b. lng n. ck and neck. Friends to Mr.
Cutler, who have been working the out
sldo counties for a week, are expected
-to make a report the Ia6t of the week.
Secretary Hammond Is In dally communi
cation with his supporters, in person,
by telephone and by the malls, and says
he Is gratified at the outlook. Governor
Wells has taken his candidacy in band
and is said to be making satisfactory
Republicans generally, are pleased be
cause of thn absence of bitterness. It is
r.ot believed the contest win bet ome an
acrimonious one In any particular.
Joseph A. Smith of Providence, one of
Ccche county's best known and most
popular Republicans, was In the city
Monday. He feels that Cache county will
make a good showing for the Republicans
Salt Lake's Democratic women are to
t;ike pos.cslon of the Young Men's Dem
oi ratio club headquarters In the Atlns
block tomorrow afternoon to attend tci
somu Important business.
Three of Iron county's best-known rltl
zn are candidates for Representatives
to the Legislature. They are Joseph S.
Perry of Kanarra, Thomas J. Jones and
R. V Heyborne of Cedar City.
The probability Is that John Parry of
Cedar City will be nominated for lb pr. -sentatlve
by the Democrats
Hon. E. H. R an Is Iron OOUnty Repub
lican's candidate for the nomination for
District Attorney. He la a popular party
v rker and would make a great light, his
friends say. for election.
Former Slate Auditor Morgan Richards
or '.lar City. Ir..n county, It In reported
will bo a candidate for the Republican
nomination for Secretary of Stat.- He is
well known In Utah and it Is bell. v.. 1
would have a strong following should ho
enter the race.
The Fifth district Judicial convention
will be held at Nephl on Tucadoy, August
20. at 11 o'clock. The conventlo'n will b
composed of forty-one delegates. Tho ap-
Fifth District count follows:
Convention ?0lvcr:. 8 votes.
nt -kt.vi,i Juab. 13 votes; Mll-
w aahlngton, G votes.
The convention promises to bo an In
teresting one and the prospects for a
Republican victory have brought out sev
eral candidates who are making a thor
ough canvass of the district for the nom
ination. W. F. Knox of Beaver and Nich
olas A. Robinson of Eureka are candi
dates for Judge. The candidates for E'ls
trlct Attorney are: Jamts A. Melville of
Millard. Georgxs B. Greenwood of Beaver
B H. Ran of iron and Oebrge A. Udslj
Owen Grover of Wah Wan. Beaver
count. Is s-.klnsr the Dcmot-ratlr nomi
nation for Representative to the Legisla
ture. Chairman S' W t ,.k e.f ll.aver .. Hin
ts says the selection of delegates to the
State nnd Judicial conventions has bw d
left to the Ri publicans of the several pre
cincts and that all will be named prior
to August 15. "The Republican partv In
Beaver county has made largo gains "
said Chairman Cook, "and we expect god
a. tj Titles for all our candidate next
At laat reports received at Democratic
headquarters, the appeal to voters sent
out bv the executive commute.. ja,t wefc
had caused no sensation. San Juan coun
ty has not been heard from, however
The Fourth district Republican Judicial
eon van Una win be held at Provo at u
o clock August 24. Judgr- Booth will be re
nemlnated. Socialists are considering the matter of
making a slgorotts campaign In (Jtnlatl
county. Some of the leaders believe that
is a fruitful Held for propagating tho doc
trine of Socialism.
Democratic State rnrr.mrrteerr.an
harles D Adams, a prominent wool
grower of Parowan. says he will vote to
h the D'm. . ratlc Slate convention at
Salt ioKo , 1(J always, pt,. favors Sep
tember 2 or 9.
Christian Peterson, a well-known Re
publican of Sanpete count . observed Pio
neers' day In Salt Lata
Cj jar City Record. The following com
munication from J A. Melville, one of the
Republican candidates for District Attor
ney. . will ixplaln hlmnelf. We gladly make
ro.-m for It:
' FILLMORE CITY. Ftuh. July 19. 1901.
Editor Iron County Record. Mv atten
tion was called to an article which ap-jie.u-i'd
In your paper recently wherein It
N latvl r, .ufistane.. t,;,t n Juh.ia
Qreenwood is nominated for the position
of District Judge on t.h. I nun ratlc tl.Je. t
find Abx Melville Is nominated f..r tho
position of District Atlornev on the Re
publican ticket, they have formed a
political combination to trade vote nnd
thus promote their election. '
"I desire to state that you have been
misinformed. We have never, by ourselves
or by agent, nt any time or plaOS. or at
all. directly or Indirectly mole such a
combination, or anv combination at all.
W ' 111'.. Hot .Its. I1SS, ,1 nol II If. T..r -. I. , ..
two years. Yours truly,
"J. A. MELVILLi;."
Senator Falrhanks's successor will most
pr.,babl bo Congressman James a.
Hemenway, chairman of the Appropria
tions committee Tho first contest for the
Republican Vice-Presidential nominee's
Senatorial toe., Wrts fought out nt Indian
apolis List week when the nine legislative
candidates were selected
District Attorney j0e Kealing, who Is
Senator Falrlanks's campaign manager
and nno of the cleverest of Indiana's po
litical leaders, had charge of Congress
man Hemenway's Interests. He was op
posed by National Committeeman Harry
Ne w s friends and bv Gov. Durbln s ma
chine, but his slate went through without
Healing's attltudo commits Senator
Fairbanks and Indicates that he has
chosen Hemenway as his SUCCeSSOr They
have been steadfast friends for 'years
One feature of tin. contest Is the fact that
both the Fairbanks and Reverl.lije fac
tions worked together In landing the
J. R Fdgh.-ill of Nephl. the well-known
Republican and woolman is In the city
and corroborates the good news that has
COmi from Juab county of Republican
It is my best Judgment,'' said Mr
l-.dghelll -that Hi- Republic in ticket will
receive a majority in Juab this year. The
party Is harmonious and so manv good
men are offering for places on the local
and legislative tickets that 1 real we win
have a ticket that we can win out with
Roosevelt Is doubtlessly very popular In
Mr. Bdghelll says the prominent Repuh
h. ans in 1, tlo,,. d for the L ,- .ialur. iVom
Juab eount are: Mayor James D Stack
and G J. Henrlod of Eureka. J. A. Hyds
and Isaac H. Grace of Nephl.
"Nepbites are hot after several of the
county out, c.v s.,, Mr ,. ,,, .. ,k
t-olcman and Hiram Burton want to bo
County Clerk. Roy Cowan and Lawrence
BUi kett are aft. r the Berordcrshlp E
H. Sparks would like to be the next Sher
Ift. and Henry Adams and T L. Foote are
candidates for County Attorney."
Rudolph Kuchler was down from Oadon
Monday. He sayR that while there t
some friction In the panv In Olden due
to the crintnet fr . ... I . l ' .
zr . .r , .v. en "i inn nomina
tions, there h n.i doubt ih.it the Republi
cans will rally to tbolr nominees and re
turn a good majority.
hAitirj?Xii?nn,E' Ba1 ot Ogden will
be a candidate for the Republican nom
ination for Attorney-General
Mayor William Glasmann hns left nK.
den for a few days breathing spell The
politics of the Junction City has been un-
M?1 h' E,"U:UB thf tWO weeks,
and the Mayor is, said to have felt Juded.
QrPiaf.rlCt .ttorn',y Bf-p-"?r X, Smith Is
spending the week in Yellowstone park.
for the election of a United Slates Senat
'nr cn.J,,tah .to. 8UC Senator Kearns.
the sentiment 9 gmwlng dally stronger
In favor of the idea of having him suc
ceed himself. This feeling is not confined
to airy one section of the State but Is
common to all sections. Where the Sen
ator had two supporterr. three years atro
h. now has three He will have i,,ong op
position Of this there cannot ha any
doubt at present, but his chanoes are
growing brighter and It will take a vary
strong combination of circumstances to
defeat him for the position. In the face
of what he has accomplish. -d durlne th.i
few years he, has been Senator, the ridi
cule of a few little minds Is havlne eon
Uantly less weight with the p. ..pie in
general and It rn:i act as a boomerazm to
those in whoBe Interests It is being kept
l Out of Town Politics I
"--f -f 4- 4- f
Doing Things in Sevier.
Special to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD. July 2o.-Tho public an
nouncement of Oov. Wells, consenting to
r,hfr hnda usinB Kh.ta namp ln Mnnsction
, : ''"' "-'""b Kuo- rnator a c.,
,,Sr haJjfd With delight In this sad.
tlon. where his admirers are legion There
may be faithful followers of CuUer an j
advocates of Hammond's cause In theio
parts but they are keeping stll The
'Wav down here in the alfalfa" as
-ne prominent Republican put It ' VJ..
don t pay much attention to the dictators
wc are not posted on the little factional'
suuabbl... -hut dr.,.,.. th, par,, , , ,
and we do not know the candldWtM
picked up by each faction as weapons to
cudgel tho others. We do know fjov
w eiis us a cltlssn and as chie f Execu
tive, unci he suits us. The big howl
about the third term business ud as
u catchword by the Opposing factions
cuts no Ice with us. The public officer Is
tho public servant, and just like the nrl
ate servant., all thlnt;H bebig .oual th.,
longer his training hTrvlcethTaTaatE
Ids efflclncy In this case all things nr.,
more than equal beicause the most par
ticular havo no kick coming on the ...1
ministration of Gov. Wells 1 o
eiuarrel with Seer. tr-. Hamn.oraj .
has been a good Secretary and la a good
man Cutler would probably bv a goo.
Governor, because he Is a successful buil
riess man The fuel Ihjt h. ist Uu- L-i 'bv
the State chairman and tho Junior Sena
tor would not necessarily prove his n.
capaclty for thj office. But to oust Walla
"Imply because he has falthlulU .,tl. ,,'.
mlrably served his State for two tenna
would be tantamount to a railroad firlrur
a goixl and uble. conductoi onlv be.-aue
ha had capably Ailed his position for ten
years, and th.- brakemen should ha- a
show The railroad would be sacrincinir
Its own Interests on rhe altar of a doot
business sentiment, and tbt Is what ths
Stats would do m firing their present
conductor for a brakeman or a possrn-
Harry Mills, a prominent business Bru1
mining man of Slarynvala snd an active
Republican, visits Richfield frtsndT r2
cently and talked some politics Hasald
curried solidly for the Republican party
for the Am tlm.i two years ago win
again be found on the right slda this
year. He says Sutherland-Kearns de.
bates are common In I'luto ami thnt each
tf the party leaders has manv friends
thera, but that Mr Sutherland seems to
have lost some prestige by his alliance
with the State chairman and the "I'tah
county push.'" as he dubbed it. Flute
county, according to Mr. Mills, will prob
ably Instruct Its State delegation for
James Christiansen for State Treasurer.
Willis Johnson. ' according to his Judg
ment, will be nominated State Senator
from the Tenth district.
The possible nominees e.f the Sevjer
OOUnty Republican fonventlon are much
dlscuased. They are-
11 pr ent.iti. a R Hawiey of tnver.
rury. Bishop James S. Jens, n of Sallna
and Charles Jensen of Redmond. L'p to
date Mr. Hawiey, the incumbent, appears
Commissioners A. C. Snipp of Jo?eph
City, Fernando Erlckson of Monroe, and
soma one not jet named to come from
Clerk- John Jorgensen of Richfiold. Pnr
ley Magleby of Monroe anl fi'-orge i'a6tro
of Sallna Mr. Jorgensen, who Is now
serving his second term, seems at this
writing to have th hanell. ip
Attorney fWirxe T. Bean of Richfield
and J. U. Coombs of Sallna. Bean has
daylight the start
Sheriff M A Abhott of Annab.lla. S.
G. .'lark of Rlehfleld, Thomas Ransom
of Monroe and Renhalt Madsen of Sallna.
Recorder Mrs. II J Hansen of Rich
field, Mrs, Lvdla Cowley of Glen wood.
Mrs Matilda Daltou of RlcbAeld and Mis;,
Emma Chrlstensen of Rlehfleld.
Treasurer J. M I.auritzen of Rlehfleld
and Lawrence Klrkman of Klalnore. Mr
Laurltsan Is the Incumbent and is serving
his second term.
Assessor Alma Frauds. -n e.f Elslnore
and P. C. Scnrup of Sallna.
Superintendent P. D. Jensen of Monroe.
Sevier county will be well fixed with
campaign music this year. Irof. G. Ji.
Jones of Rlchtleld has In training a quar
tette of little girls who are hard to l e u
They have been In practice for several
months and can turn off s campaign ditty
in nianu luim rrui. jones aioo nns in
sight a male quartstts that will bo s hum
mer. The basse profundo is the famous
W'lllard Andelln ef Provo. Th 11 there Is
an excellent male Quartette ut Monroe,
whom H. E. IJsonbee, the committeeman
of that precinct, prumbes to preps into
service. It Is headed by Thomas Ran
som, one of the finest te-nors In I'tah. who
only recently abandoned the Democratic
party and vowed allegiance to the O. O.
P. These quartettes will make their re
spective debuts at the Senatorial conven
tion and county convention ln Rlchlleld,
August 27 and September 8.
Cache Legislative Candidates.
Special to The Tribune
LOGAN, Utah. July 2.' The political
situation In Cache county Is beginning to
exhibit symptoms of activity among Re
publicans. This Is especially noticeable
among those mentioned for legislative
honors. Cache county elects threo mem
bers of the Legislature, and It has alway s
been tho custom to elect one from the
north, one from tho south and 0110 from
tho center, or Logan.
From tbe north Bishop T. H. Merrill of
Richmond, son of the apostle and member
of the 1.1st Legislature, seems to have s
clear field for the nomination. Mr. Mer
rill made a decided reputation for excel
lent Work In th" last Legislature, and his
friend? behove that bis experience will
make him more valuable t.. a. h. county
than ever before us a member of that
There are two candldatos namod as In
tho race from the central portion of tho
county, and they are D. R. Roberts, mem
ber of tho last House, and Thomas Smart,
the banker of Logan. Tho friends of
both these good Republicans am making
a lively canvass for them. At this writ
ing Mr. Smart seems to have a decided
lead for the nomination Ho Is not only a
banker, but a prominent stockman, is
p. polar with all who know him, and
never held an ofiice before
From the south W. II. Maughan Jr
of Wellsvllle and Joseph A Smith of
Providence nre. the candidates for the
nomination, with Smith holding 1 good
lead In the race. Mr. Maughan la the
manager of tho Co-op store and Is well
known Mr Smllh Is a farmer who lives
not fa.- from Iogan. He la a staunch Re
publican and his friends think there H no
doubt that he Will succeed In lundlng the
For Sheriff much Interest Is manifested
and the candidates far in the Hold are
T. H Smith of Logan, Joseph Richard
son, present Ass-ssor. and John W Bar
rett. The. citizens of Cache county are
urging the name of A. A. Law for tho
nomination of Secretary of Stale and
J0.1 Ricks Is making the raco for Presi
Will Go to Indinnapoli.q.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Julv 25 Hon. L. V. Shurtlhf
has received the following telegram from
George B Cortelyou. chairman of the Re
publican National committee:
"Chairman Root of committee lo notify
Senator Fairbanks of his nomination for
Vice-President, requests me to eav that
the committee will meet at the Bngliah
hotel. Indianapolis, at 12 o'clock noon
Wednesday , August 3."
It Is Worth Your While,
If you nre going to New York to buy
your ticket via Washington and stop
off and vlsdt the Congressional library,
the most complete nnd finest building
in the world. It will cost you no moro
for a ticket via Washington over the
Pennsylvania llr.es than to New York
direct, and you are allowed ton days'
stop-over not only at Washington, but
alao at Baltimore and Philadelphia
Ask for tickets reading via Washing
ton. Connecting lines sell them Write
George T Hull. D. A., 819 Seventeenth
Btreet, Denver, for further particulars.
When they travel, go one route re
turning another. In order to all the
country. You car. do this on, your East,
ern trip by asking for your ticket at
least ono way Colorado Midland. Costa
do more. Through standard and tourWt
HEAT OVERCOMES LINEMAN
He Falls Thirty Feet Headlong to the
BAKER CITY. Or. July 25.-Robert
Sherman, a lineman In the employ of the
Pacific Statea Telephone company, waa
fatally Injure today by a fall from a
telephone pole. When ho was about thirty
feet from the ground he waa evidently
overcome by the heat and fell headlong
to the street. He died about one hour
RoUe, Isfi! C"m" r"ntl- Tom .
Safeguard the Children.
Notwithstanding all that Is done by
boards of health and charitably in
clined persons, the dealh rate among
amall children Is very high during thi
hot weather of the summer months in
the large cities. There la not probably
one case of bowel complaint In a hun
dred, however, that could not be cured
by the timely use of Chamberlain
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Sir. Ftnnk Rlgtrs of Franklin ville, N. Y.
in speaking of this remedy said: "i
have found it expedient to have a sup
ply of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy on hand. It haa been
a family safeguard and while especially
beneficial to children. It Is equally good
In adult cases. I recommend it cheer
fully and without reservation." For
aj by all leading druMUta.
UNCLE SAM'S LOTTERY.
Drr.w-ing for Lands In Rosebud Rc
servo Basins Thursday.
CHAMRKRLAIN. S. D,. July The
agree of 191,1100 land-seekers who registered
for land in the Rosebud reservation will
be turned toward Chamberlain next
Thursday, when the drawing In Vnclc
Sam'a big lottery will begin. One thou
sand names will be drawn the tirst and
second dnys, after which the remainder
of the names In the box will l drawn as
rapidly as possible, completing ths work
on the third day. As each envelope Is
drawn from tho box tbe clerks will Keep
I record of the name and order of draw
ing. This will be continued until a suffi
cient number of names has oevti drawn
out of the box equivalent for the num
ber of claims in the Rosebud reservation
suhje-ct to entry. On tho fourth day the
drawing will be continued, but without
restriction, until every envelope la drawn
Irvm the box.
The drawing, in erTeet, merely takes all
th names enrolled and places them In
numerical order, and the names so placed
ln order will be colled at the rate of 100
per day to make filing;, on the lands at
Bonesteel until all the lands are disposed
of, minus beginning on August V While
the nunit. r aiT.-nvcd at the drawing will
be Hg axle rial vt as the number regiatered.
there will be no particular value attached
to ..ny number mcr about MOO, as by the
time "that number Is reached Hie landa
will. In all probability, be oxhaustod, un
less the holders of earlier numbers ehould
fail In . r. lutge proportion to n .'f nd
to their names when called for tiling.
Fach person will be notified by postal
Card it the sddress given by him when he
r. (.:1m. red or th. drawing of his name and
of the time he must present his applica
tion to make entry. Persons Whose names
.... drawn thereby secure the right to
make selection of the lands and home
dead entry therefor in the order of the
drawing, beginning with No. 1.
OREGON HOP CROP.
Indications Are That It Will Fall
15.000 Balea Short
PORTLAND. Or July C Indications
are that the Oregon hop crop will amount
to about .0X) bales or In the n Ighbor
hood of 1G.(X ba! less than last year.
Tho season has been unfavorable, tho
long dry spvill which occurred last month
very nearly causing a failure, iho qual
ity of the hops Is exceptionally good, how
ever, and there has been such an ab
sence of lice owing to the warm weather
that many growers have found little or
no necessity for spraying. Good pric3
seem to be aroused, several growers re
porting offers by the brokers to contract
at 20 cents.
Prominent Divine Dead.
NEW YORK, July 2i"i. Rev. Robert
Peiine. dean of All Salnta cathedral,
Spokane, Waah., la dead at the house
of his niece. Mrs. A. Atwood Woodruff,
ln Newark, aged ii years.
CORTELYOU IS SlLJB
Has Not Given Out Any lat.-.H
NEW YnnK. July W
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atarta the circulation, ana
glorv eonal to a Turkish bmh.Ei
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