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Friday, August 5, 1904.
I Parkin, day was a. warm one :it I lie
lake, the air becoming oppressively hot
during tho speechmuklng.
Roosevelt nnd Fairbanks will receive
N later or. another very pleasant notlfl
t cation, that of their election.
However, any saloon man is at lib
erty to put in a. stock of drugs if he
wants his license fee reduced.
'"Perhaps Judge Parker wishes to sho'w
that he is a true Democrat, by' mani
festing an unwillingness to resign.
has any lady protested because
she is denied the right to go into a sa
loon' at any hour to get .a drink of
Seeing that Russia has a good many
troubles, Japan pas considerately made
a fsw plans for bringing the war to un
Bryan has sent a private message to
Parker. Showing that he is heartily for
liim, no matter what he may say about
the Judge in public.
I Judge -Parker has written his speech
'if acceptance, and will submit it to
leaders "Of his party In time to change
his' views if they do not suit.
With the Japanese troops closing in
around tli'ein, the Russians would,
doubtless be pleased now to keep their
promise tn get out, of Manchuria,
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Maj. Sam King, though very busy
protecting Roylance from the Demo
cratic" nomination for Governor, will go
East to help, notify Judge Parker.
I Tho Democrats feverishly deny that
Parker is a "Wall alreet man. There
I may be vedson In this; he may be "Wall
street's' tool;' certainly his noted tele-"
gram .smelt of the pa e.
I Would Chairman Tnggart like it,
thqugh, if those managing the big
French Lick gambling establishment
should reiy on his word that he has
no interest in the profits?
I This is a Cleveland campaign, based
on Cleveland ideas, and conducted on
Cleveland lines, rt Is a little hard on the
Democrats of the1 .West to make them
fa.ee this unquestioned truth, but the
facts of the case cannot be- ignored.
If ' .
Graver Cleveland's "masterly Ktfi'tes
manshlp1' iy ostentatiously pushed to the
front as the port ot tiling' we may ex
iect, -A-!t!i Dcmocatlc -uocess this
j5av." And the worst of It is, that Is
i precisely what wc should have In case
iio country thrown off on Itself to the
cx'ttMif. of' electing: Parlfer.
I Hill, Taggart, Sheehan, and Peabody
is. tho representatives of the Democ
racy 'do not present an alluring quad
j redo. All goldjnen, all political -trickr
l titers 'cf the. most unscrupulous? and
conuplcuouo sort, a party ia Indeed
Tjariltnipt that has nothing better In
the way ofnufnly character than, these?.
1 Henry Watterson sayo that "the gold
titandard fo an admitted fact."' Judge
' , Parker, tho Democratic candidate for
President, oes much further, .vayug
1 that, "the gold standard s firmly and
I irrevocably established." Why, then, did
the Deipocratic. Rational convention in
, , r-ifL on opposing Ub candidate to the ex-
. rent of refusing to coincide with him In
I this important matter?
( The Utah Democrats have heclded lo
, );old their convention two weeks uftor
the Republican convention i held..
Thar, .with other circumstances, will
ensure 't their being , 'left behind nil
' through the campaign and at the polk
j ' By the way. it might net be a bad Idea
( j .he . .Democratic convention- to
I quietly ondori tho liepubllcan ticket,
' nnd ih'u'y save tho wear and'the expense
f i I oC making a unejeai campaign.
If 0n.e R9tno da,nppi'i-' Qn the Democratic
r j hilarity at Galtalr yesterday, no doubth
was the absence.of th? Hon." Wliliam F.
j' ' Sheehan, chairman;' of. ( the National"
j Democratic executive comtnl'ttec, who
I , quit the Democratic committee in lSO'C
1 on accpuntiof hrs objectiona to' the Dem-
I- ocrl9. n,,nc f9" PrcslderiuVhiit' 'yeai
!'i ' ' ". : V,;v''.
dence of Democratic harmony, and of
the consideration In which Wcotcrn
Democrats are held In the East.
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COLOflApO CAPITAL COMING IN.
.Utah Is coining to be a favorite In
vestment field for Colorado capital,, and
much of It Is coming in'. " A number of
"causes' contribute t6 (his very pleas
ant and dcslrablofact, the chief of
which, of course,'ls' the high character
of ihs opportunities offered in this
Slate for the placing of capital. Utah
mines have for ""'many' yeUrw ntood ex
ceedingly iilsli In the Investment world,
both because of the permanence and
the 'richness of their ores', and because
of the excellent facilities for working
them; while investments In realty In
till? city arid surroundings, and iti ail
Industrial concerns, have been as fe
ns though they were In bank or in
bonds. The returns from Utah Invest
ments have the deserved reputation
everywhere of being 3teady and permanent.
Just now, hcAvever, the Incoming of
Colorado capital has become especially
marked, and two reasons contribute to
the. volume of It. First,' the unsettled,
conditions in that State, which inter
rupt work, etop development, and'
.paralyze the operation?) of mines,
smelters and In fact al industrial' en
lerprifvjs., Colorado men with money
quite naturally casrt their eyes else
where, i to see. if they cannot Invest It
where it will be at once safe and pro
rtuetWe. ' They see such a plage In
Utah, where conditions' are settled,
where the mineb are rich, productive,
and permanent, and nbove all; where
there is w wide arid inviting field for
new discovery.' The operations of Mr.
Ncwho'ufje have opened their eyes to
the rhagnilicerit opportunities for new
cayips and immense possibilities. Tho
development's ac Bingham in the way of
new orcrtnlr.ations and explorations
sliow'whnf can be done In n caihp here
called old, but which' evidently bns yet;
,ita best days before It. The dlFCoyerles
on the San Pedro, road point the way
to new mining' camps that may rival
the -best of the old, as the caiiipo of
Tonopah and Gbldhe1d'afe"doiiig, In Ne
TA Utah, we( have in the Deep Creek'
region a quite possible new Cripple
Creek; in Park City there are yet undreamed-of
possibilities in the grand
region, miles upon miles of yet unde
veloped ground. In the mining of cop
per, Utah is as yet but a beginner; -but
the results already achieved are both
rich and a mighty incentive to a fur
ther prosecution of effort in. this direc
tion. . Then, there i? the easy possibility
of power and light plant In the can
yons, nil the main ones holding out
inviting' alfurements'lV'thls line which
are as sure no Inyestmpnlf can be, for
there, ifj,a constant cry for power and
light which cannot be met, thus far.
So the Coloradans are welcome; Utah
is glad to see them, and offers them
the certainty that nowhere else have
they so good'an assurance of satisfac
tory results as here.
. JUSTICE M'CARTY COMPLIMENTED.
The opinion written by Justice Mc
carty of the Utah Supremo Court In
the disbarment" proceeding against
Alviras E. Snow has attracted much
attention. In the Central Law Journal
of St. Louis, a publication of hlGh
standing, it la giver, prominence as a
notable statement of the law oh the
subject of scandalous language con
cerning Judges. The case Is given the
distinction of being termed a leading
.one. and Is treated as one meriting
much consideration. The opinion is given
in full, with liberal extracts from the
statement of facts, and the editor pre
sents a comprehensive note, citing au
thorities on the various branches of the
subject, such treatment showing the
high rank given Judge McCarty's opin
ion. It is gratifying to Utah people, and
especially to the friends of Judge Mc
, Carty, that liic opinion In thia case Is
receiving recognition as a most. Hble
and well-considered one, making the
decision of the Utah Supreme Court
In the Snow case the leading one on
the subject with which It deals.
I Homer D. Call, International secre
tary of the butchers' organization, pays
that the strike now on has broken up
the packers', combine, smashed It; and
that the Independent concerns are grow
ing strong accordingly, and will have
the control of the trade. We fear that
Mr; Call Is over-enthusiastic; for, much
as -we Should like, to see his statement
prove true, the evidence that It is so Is
sadly lacking at this tinje. And then,
when the Independent packers get con
tro'of the markets, Avliat Is to prevent
them forming a new combine o'f their
own.vwhlch rnay '1 even more odious
than the old monopoly? We are not liv
ing In times when the triumphant ex
pression of an opinion such as Mr. "Call
has given, Justifies the- ringing of many
bells or the burning of much red lire.
Ex-President Cleveland is said lo be
considering whether he will or will riot
accept an Invitation to stump the State
of Illinois for Parker. It Is to be hoped
that "he will' accept; a few speeches
from, him would also do excellent ser
vice In Missouri; while if he could be
"induced, to conie to Utah and speak
here for Parker, tho Democratic propo
sition tq. hold. Rooaeveit'H majority In
this State, down to ten thousand would
have to be incontinently abandoned. And
yet, why not hurrah for Cleveland?
Why not ratify him" also at SaltAir to
day? judge Parker Is 'Clevelanda ean
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palgn. It is Cleveland principle, ah:
the Democrat. should not be .inhumed
to recognize tho fact nnd ?hout for It.
GOOD WORK BY THE, REALTY .flEN.
The Tribune rejoices In the activity
of the real estate men in their good
work for the city. They are active in
fostering the claims of Salt Lake for
the headquarters ,qf the Mining Con
'gress In this city, and have taken
means to advertise the, advantages
here, -to pros'pcctlvc Investors, not only
In realty,' but also- in other lines of
prospectively paying investments. They
have secured quarters for their Bureau
of Information, and will extend courte
sies to visitors and tourists; the place
lo the Morlan'bloci;, wert of the White
House, corner. It will no doubt become
a populnr resort, and one in which the
benefits offered to investors nntl the ad
vantages of the city In all lines 'of Its'
development and standing will be well
The ap'ilvity and ' alertness 'of the
members are shown In their pjompt
signing of the petition for thefrarichlso
lo the Postal ' Telegraph company, a
concern whose comingi with Its division
headquarters," will' riiea'n "much to the
business interests of the city. The
realty men are evidently determined lo
be a s(rdng factor in the upbuilding of
this place-,. and i,ts,; vicinity, nn.d ; they
should be encouruged and supported by
ajl public-spirited people. They, are
. strictly business . throughout, leaving
other questions to be treated in their
.appropriate organizations. Success lo 1
,. ... GENERAL CHAFFEE'S .VISIT.
The visit to and Inspection of Fori
Douglas by Lieutenant-General Chaffee
Is, wc believe, the first of such official
action by any officer of that rank since
the visit of Gene.ral Sherman in 1S7C.
General Chaffee Is a tried. and true sol
dier, with a record o( which the great
est might well be proud. He has been
tested in every branch of the service,
and n every cui-e the "test was a bril
Uanl triumph for him, not the least of
these being his magnificent service in
command of the American troops In the.
Chinese campaign for the relief of the
legations at Peking, in 1900-1001.
Beginning his military service as a
private" in the Sixth cavalry upwards of
forty-three years ago. he was promoted
for gallant and distinguished service
fro m lime to tlirie, and he has a line of
brevets, that recognized all the time his
right of promotion before it came to
him. He Is recognized everywhere- as
one of' the'most forceful and distin
guished representatives of the Ameri
can soldier, and this means that he
stands high In the world's list of fore
most qommahders. It Is a pleasure to
have General Chaffee ainbng us, If only
for a short official visit. He is an adorn
ment not only to his profession, but to
his' country. Long life to him, and
every honor that a brilliant, devoted
career can heap upon his head!
POPULISM ASSERTING ITSELF.
The signs of the times are ominous for
the Democracy. The chairman of the
Michigan Democratic committee has
bolted the Parker nomination; so has
the charman of thcvDemocratlc State
committee in Iowa. The Populist com
mittee In Indiana, ta'tlng courage from
the. gpnoral disaffection of the Bryan
Democrats, which was well voiced bi
Ex-Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota,
has issued' an appeal to the Populists
and the Bryan Deniocrats,to rally to the
standard "of popular rights which, as
they claim, float? how only over the
Populist camp, since Wall street has
captured the Democratic party.
The feeling In the wing which for the
past eight years has controlled thtf
Democratic party Is very bitter. The
stock in trade of the Democratic ora
tory -and -campaign writing has con
stantly been denunciation of plutocracy
and trusts. But now the surrender of
the Democracy to the money power and
to the trusts is complete. The candidate
of the party is the especial friend and
captive of the trusts, while- his "safe
and sane" Democracy is the admiration
of Wall street. It Is impossible for the
lntluences that have-controlled the Dem
ocratic party for the last eight years to
stomach this betrayal of .their cherished
purposes and declarations, this smash
ing oi their sacred Images.
Democrats from principle, the men
who have been In earnest during
the last two Democratic campaigns, can
not possibly be- In earnest in this one;
and the Inevitable result must be a
tremendous revival of Populism, which
seemed to be overslaughtered only because-
II was regnant in the counsels of
the Democracy, and was the only live,
active, political forcc'in that party. hat .
force IS now in turn submerged, so far
as the Democracy is concerned? but that
it will consent to remain submerged, no
one who la familiar with the political
situation can for a moriient believe.
Peter Strickland, U. S. Consul at
Goree-Dakar, Senegal, reporta-ihat the
last rail has now, been laid on the. rail--road
which connects the river Senegal
with the Niger. It will open up a vast
regioir wlch groat resources.' French
.steamer.s of 1500 tons ascend the Sene
gal some COO mjles, connecting with a
railroad to Bofnnlabe on the same
river. The extension of this line
through a district which produces rub
ber and gold and is good for the cul
tivation of cotton and tobacco b? truly
nn important event, especially when it
la remembered that In the near future
the1 whole distance from Dakar to the
.llger will be covered by, rail.
From thr Philadelphia Prcs?
Let the personal Issue come, Jloosc
vell Is no decorous nobody, no negative
figurehead, no stuffed prophet. He is
picturesque, ardent, wholesome, the
biggest boy on the playground, the big
gest man In the battle. Underneath the
roughness of the plains, underneath the
eagerness of the Cabinet, is the sub
stance of greatness and the fineness of
the lofty Ideal. The people like his fiber
and his quality.
From tho New York Tribune.
"Spend nil the time you can .In the
open air!" That's what the dociors say
now to the patients, with more empha
sis than ever before. The study by offi
cial qxperts of the best methods of se
curing wholesome ventilation and sani
tation III all places of assemblage, and
also In cars and stagc-s of every sort, ia
making encouraging headway. Physi
cians are now enthusiastic for the fresh
air treatment rather than the use of
'drugs for many nUments. "Out, in the
vOpen!" Is the present day motto.'
. SPICE. . I .
"Can you gimme a bite, ma'am?" said
the ragged" hobo, "I'm hungry enult ter
eat a boss."
"1 regret to y." replied the kind lady,
"that wo arc Just out of horses; but I'll
call the dog." Chicago News-.
She They say that people of opposite
qualities mako the happiest murringcs.
He Yes,. Thnt.'s why I'm ldOltlng for a
girl with money Scraps.
Mrs. Wlndyclty I hear chat Mrs. Pack-'
cr la qulto a collector.. What Is her fad?
Mra. Lakeside Huabands. Smart -Setv '
- , ' r- a "(
J.iggles Do those noblemen who come
nver hereto visit us ucqulh hiany dfccu'f
customs? ' '"
Waggles L presume so, At any rale,
they Dorrcw' a 'great deal from Ui'.Town-Topics.
RHYMES OF THE DAY. '"
Ter marry Dinah now or Chloo
Ah nln' decided quite.
Ah doan' tink Chloc would ovnh blow
Mc up, but Dinah might.
. Philadelphia Lodger.
'A Mexican maid named Cholula,
In bravado attempted to fooi a
By the name of McGann.
Nov,- she's Mrs. McGann. Poor Cholula!
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'Tis well that a, punishment fitting can
Our prodigal daughters who recklessly-:
run, ... . . . . .. , '
When they are too qUI lo punish or teach;
lm consoled by tho thought that; when
down on the beach,
They are warmed and well tanned by
the prodigal sun.
Crover Cleveland when a lad worked In
a country store, Senator Bevcrldgf was a
railroad laborer, Senator Fairbanks.- a
carpenter. Judge Alton B. Parker taught
school. Gov. Odell of New York delivered
Ico, Cardinal Gibbons was. a clerk. Gov.
Jlerrlck of Ohio sawed wood and peddled
dinner bells and organs, Bishop Merrill
learned the shoemnklng'trade.
When David Jayne Hill, now United
States Minister to Switzerland, was 'presi
dent of the University of Rochester his lit
tle daughter, who had a great habit for
picking up long words and asking him
what they meant, said one day: "What's
the difference between gastronomy ai d as
tronomy?" "Astronomy." repllrd the
president. ' Is the sclenei- of tho heavenly
bodlcs. Dorothy Gastronomy Is er well
u heavenly science of the curihb bodv " '
S. D. EVHHSm
Undertaker a Embalmer.
H Open All Night. Tel. 364. fl
m 213 State St., Salt Lako City. ,m
Patrick Henry said he knew
no other wav to Judge the future- than bv
tho paaL Therefore, we suggest a studv
of .our past- That Is, unless you know
sotno bettftr way to Judga a. subject than
Patrick Henry did. '55th year, doing busi
ness in 3d States. National Life Ins Cn
of Vt. (Mutual.) George I). Alder. Gen
eral Manager. l0I-2(6 McCornlek Block
Salt Iike City. Utah..
Boarding and Day School
Course corresponds to Eighth grade and
Good music department. 4
Write for catalogue and particulars.
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Notice to Business Men
and the Public.
When you get tired of having your
lights and other electrical appliances
being fooled with by incompetents,
you'll profit by employing the Colum
bian Electrical Supply Co., who pro
poso to raise the standard of work In
their lino, which includes everything
electrical. All work guaranteed
Call' at place of business, 36 Rich
Rrda' stre or ; 'Phone.
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The Modem Store: Moderate Prices
1 ,.V Those Indies who have laken advantage of (he bargains
made possible by tlfe auction sale of the New York firm of
Sweelser, Pembrook & Company, have reaped well this week.
Seldom have such goods been offered for the money be
.ing fii'sl-class lineup, domestic.s, and summer goods at an ave
rage of nearly , half prices. It is a)l oyving to the fortunate
Our hosiery trade lias steadily Increased sjince lle opening of lac store.
This speaks well for qualities, correct style where styje la necessary. And for
courteous attention to, customer; Especially is UK' trade big on, Fridays and
iSaturdays when specials are offered. It base become' known that '.'nose spe
cials are to be depended upon and that they mean bargains.
; Infnnts' 3ilk hose has been a ntron'g sMIdr. The dualities and shades seem
to be Just what the mothers arc anxious for. l'or two days the 05 cant quali
ty,!?, offered-at HOo. ;
'.Trjere la H certain quality of hose which has given such' excellent satisfac
tion to the ladles that we now coll it the Keith-O'Brien special. It, Is th best i
value, for quarter we have seed, it .Is, lisle" rjbh'ed, "double .heel,' lo'e n,hd foIG
and has a full fashioned foot. All sfzes from S? to 10, are shown.
, VJ3RT NEAT AT THIS PRICE.
Ladles' Swiss ribbed Hale vests will altracfallentlon because the are rri
fluced for two days. Around the top and the armholcs which are lace trimmed.,
there is a tape. The two lines are soldnt-35 and 50 cents respectively, but for
two days. only you can have them for a quarter. - s
; Mg SoB Sim Wm Tfe S0 -
Corsage bouquet toilet soap and a higher grado of toilet soap b? not modi ',
is offered as a special for tivo days. If you waiit something choice you will
nnd It In these goods. The soap by Ihe box sells nl 50 Cents everywhere. In
cludcd In the sale are 230 boxes yours at, a box, 35c. '
Beyond question we sell more hand bags than any other store 'traveling
men 'say twice as many. At any rate those, which wc show have style Being
a regular $2.50 quality naturally there, arc on the inside a pockotbook.and a
card case. .Tills splendid line-of which wo have but 3G loft will' bo closed out.
H IBoys'.aiii&til YoBsimglMm's Stow M&U
The line shows riiany values reaching lo $2.00. Ecing a little late in the
season the remainder of the line Is being closed out at 75c. 'TheSe "sn't a lit
mth ?.f Trtlr leSS than $I'50- Th,? hats are ln " Prevailing styles. It
will pay to buy tor ruture use. at only 75 cents.
, 50 and 75 cents grades for boy's andglrls, are offered very low only 35c.
, tT0!1"0 ,1.ays JLenml" for tne R"cent ribbon, the values of which reach
to 10 and I 20 onls They are satin taffetas and taffeta-and have been much
sought after at only a nlckle a yard mucn
Hfc - WE. . CHALLENGE
WMfSh : ' -THE WORLD
&N ( To Pjcc a Pianc equal to our
ffeF "Wew System Conover."
iWSi Vansant & Chamberlain, j
WW MLsJlJL v5
'jPyE7 r"' voof to fhc Jips, linoring to tho
tt' dainly palate possessing a subtle fas- O)
l7Sa; cinalion Iliat is irrosifablo to ovory Iovor nj'
tt&z&k 0f good candy. i f
t j tfsoLp by All dealers. ' f '
II TRY A BOX. ' :
SWEET CANDY COMPANY V,
Saltlake Photo Supply j
JOBEERS AND RETAILERS
KODAKS, SUPPLIES, FINISH
ING AND DEVELOPING.
3rd So. and Main St. j
' CYCLE WHIRL
ALL WEEK I
Greatest free attraction of the reason
The cycle wizards four In number in
their new and up-to-date acts, Bldln"
off-and on efevated stmo of 77 7
rate of s,ieed. Fancy fric rldTng ' "It
KSV tW ycl und-'r p"ri! con
trol at high rate of speed On the L n
est saucer l the J world? Pu Suit inn
dem afid. paced races. lan"
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Royal size, 9
I Envelopes for
ON' .ALL CAR LINES. Wt
Try it tho Next Time
Qo Up. C
S. a EWIKG, Proprl'tcrE
Headquarters fpr mining rneiillB?
menr RATES J2 A DAY An?Mfc
I CUT GLASS-
I We have 50 piecesM
handsome Cut GlassK
the Lyon & Co. stoS
1 which we will close oH
1 at vhalf price. , S
, 'Phono 65 for the correct tiS
1 NeldenJadson fimiS
I WHOLESALE DEUGQISIK,
I CIGARS A SPECTALTYijM
fl POSTOFFICE BO? 37AKfr
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L! JOHN P. COBB. VIce-PrCJ.43lfcf
k JNO. J. JUDSON. TreaA K
E 'F. PEL.VRL. Sec.
a pointer 1
t IV& unnecessary for us toRt
ery much about the good ""ffrK
S of our SWBET L'vVEjJK
X CREAM. It speaks for JueU. Mt
-f- It may 'he well at this scafon of lK
year to call your attention 'K
0 effect IvencaB - In rempvlnfi ,
BURN AND TAN as well 03 m,
O ing the skin In mosSt excellent
O dltion. Being neither J.H
sticky and readily nu.30rPTBfc
9 It the most Ideal skin -J
can get a twutle for ZeKR
0 This preparation as well M lM
thing else Ve make la Jmi
9 our guarantee. It you a.)4&.
Sded we refund you the pn
Prepared only by us. . HU
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