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Friday, August 12, 190-1.
II You also have something in the circus
; line trying to catch a car, after the
regular show Is over. .
Having accepted a -church office, Maj.
Young will, stay out of politics, until
there is a chance to win.
"When Judge King returns home, we
may confidently expect an Interprcta-
tloi? of Judge Parker's speed).
. Tn Utah this year, as a rule, a Demo
cratic nomination may be confidently
regarded as equivalent to defeat.
, " Judge Parker's speech of acceptance
" suits 'ardent -Democrats perfectly,
It ' though they may not know what It all
If people were not so impatient, the
street car company Would convey nil
from the cireua grounds comfortably, If
It' took all night.
' We shall know that Grovcr Cleveland
had much to do with the preparation of
J the Parker speech if he promptly issues
' a-statement heartily endorsing IL
It will not tl9 for, Utah Democrats to
, iy-ln this campaign that they have be
come candidates at the request of their
( friends, as no Democrat's friends would
ask him to run this year,
i ( . "While the serving of liquor from a
i ( nice, respectable soda fountain in New
, York's reform saloon has been treated
ill at' a novelty, siloonmen say that the
1 ' Jclea is by no means a new one.
! ( Fer.ling that the Idaho (Democratic
I convention should be made as inlercfit
"l ing as possible, Custer county Demo
crats have gone outside their county
j aiitl made Senator Dubois a delegate.,
tlf Judge Parker had the legal, logi
cal mind that his admirers claim for
, 1 him, he would have seen the illogical
1 1 nature of ' his procedure in resigning
" 1 from the Bench before he was officially
' , notified of his nomination. He only
j knew of it through "rumor and the
( , newspapers" at the time of his reslgna
1 lion, and why should a Judge act upon
j1 such indefinite information as that?
iH ! 'Ex-Pre9ldeut Cleveland is credited
with saying that the outcome of the
j National Democratic convention was
1! due to Providence. That Is a new name
' j, for Hill and Shcchan and their trickery.
, But then, Cleveland could never see
H ottyerwis than that what he favored
.' j and took under his guidance and con-
j trol was Cod-given. His own election
1 il in 18D2 v?as, lie claimed; Providential;
H) j but t lie widespread distress and devas-
1 1 tation caused by it convinced the yeo-
' i pie of the country that it came from
fj the opposite place.
1 , The gold shipments how making from
. New York go to London, differing in
this from the exports of this metal two
. months "ago, when they went to Paris.
: ' AL tlia(- L'me thc siiipments were to
! .j pay for tho Panama canal; now they
; .j arc undoubtedly to meet the drafts Ja-
'Jp pan Is drawinfr against the -loan she ne-
h I ;,1 gotlated In June, in England and tho
, ! j United States, the- financiers of this
country taking twenly-tlve million dol-
Hr ( I la rs of the loan. The UniUd States can
spare all the gold nc:dou by anybody;
j it never will be missed.
! ; vre often speak of our own unpre-
Hl v . 1 i:fircdnej for war, und it is at times
Hl J'i rnanifest, cruel, and costly cnough;
i ' I M and x!ircat Britain vas caught unpre
H) L pared for the Boer war; but jirobably
( ' J - no catv of unpreparednesa haa been txj
I -I'll complete and entailed such disastrous
H1 ' j'; consequences as the unpreparedness of
( I 1 . Spain for its war with the United States
in 1808. The world's attention I3 called
- Mj anew to that fact by a magazine-.ar-
' V' .tide- recently published from Admiral
J U Cervcni, showing how it was that his
fleet made such a poor showing at San-
ij j 'I tlagQ. A summary of his explanation
' i. liiat his vessels were not ready for"
h 1 ''.'i service; some of them had not their
1 i ah large guns aboard, most of them had
'.f'l j inferior ammunition and none "had
'll'A enough. They were sent to the Ca-
,' I I rji narlea to take aboard all the missing
n ' things, and on arriving found nothing
j I tout ord61'3 10 proceed, to Santiago. A
wnr department Is criminal that would
send a Meet to sea in that manner. But
it Is not for tho United States to com
plain In this case, only to take warn
ing from it.
THE SUGAR BEET OUTLOOK.
"We ore delighted to note the optimis
tic view which Mr. T. U. Cutler, the ef
"flclent manager oC the "Utah Sugar
company, takes of the outlook for the
sugar-bect yield this y.ear. . He thinks
that It will be a recdrd crop, not only
In Utah but in Idaho, both in acreage
and In yield per acre. An additional
factory will begin operations in Idaho
tills year, but In Utah the factories at
Lelii. Ogdeii, Logan, and Garland will
take care of the crop. Tn about a month
the cutting of Uiels at the factory at
Lehl will begin, and in close sequence
tho others will turn in.
The beet yield Is expected to be sixty
to seventy thousand tons In excess of
last year, or about two hundred J.hou
sahd tons; and the factories will turn
these into thirty thousand tons of su
gar. Besides, there will be a vast mass
of excellent feed in the pulp that is left,
and experiments are being made to see
if some ocoiipniic use can not bo made
of tho beet leaves, which thus tar have
been completely waste.
There can be no doubt thitt ibe beet
sugar industry Is established on a firm
basis for all this region, and though Mr.
Cutler is no doubt right In saying that
there Is no immediate prospect of the
erection af more sugar factories at pres
ent, the fart that a new one is just going
Into commission in Idaho, onJ that this
is to be a record year in the industry,
show a vitality of the business vhlch
argues that it has not yet passed be
yond the stage of expansion, especially
as there are such excellent points re
.maining at which beet sugar factories
would unquestionably do good and
The Boston Pilot, for seventy years
the most influential organ, of Irish
American and Catholic opinion in this
country, and for all that time firm In
its support of the Democratic party, has
come out openly and strongly In support
of President Roosevelt. Mr. T. St. John
Gaffney, in noting this remarkable
course of the Pilot, recalls that Its edi
tors have numbered many of the most
distinguished Irish Americans, Includ
ing Thomas Dracy Magee, afterward a
Cabinet Minister in Canada, and John
Boyle O'Reilly. Its presents editor is
James Jeffrey Roche, LL. D., a well-
known author and poet.
There can be no doubt of the Import
ance of tills change In the political at
titude of the Pilot. Its reasons for sup
porting President Roosevelt are given
in an editorial of marked ability and
force. It advises against the stimula
tion of hatreds of any sort, and recalls
that in all of Mr. Roosevelt's public ser
vice of "over twenty years during all
his manhood's life, in fact as State
legislator. Civil Service Commlssioneer,
Assistant Secretary of the Navy, com
mander of the r6ugh riders, Governor of
New York, Vice-President and Presi
dent of the United Stares, no man can
point to a sibgle act of hla. public or
private, influenced by prejudice of race
or creed or color,, except prejudice in
favor of the poor, the oppressed or the
And further along It adds: "That is
why people with long memories have a
warm place in their hearts for Theo
dore Roosevelt no fair-weather friend,
no favorer of, any class or creed or race,
but a Just man and a safe-one to trust,
In storm, or calm."
It Is a splendid indorsement, and one
so abundantly provable, that it must
count very materially on the result of
the present year's campaign. s
It is good to see the spunk of the
Rev. Thomas Lelnnd, pastor of the Vic
tor M. 15. church, and who is known as
the "cowboy preacher,". A certain ob
streperous and lawless element has
ordered him to leave town, and ho de
clares that he won't. It is to -be hoped
that he may make good his, stay, and
be able io nlimv the bulldozers that
there Is a point, beyond which they
cannot go. It Is no surprise to read Hint
the conservative, moderate citizens of
the afflicted regions of Colorado are
organizing to protect, themselves and
their communities from the lawless
class of both extremes. They can truly
say to each wing, "a plague on both
your houses," and no doubt will be the
safe and sane core, around which a due
respect for law and order must be
built up in tho'teo localities.
It Is shocking to spo that a fashion
introduced by King Edward' was so
tharply criticised by "a smart court
lady." And she was smart In saying
it, there Is no doubt on that point. The
King Introduced the double crease in
the pantaloons, giving the effect of a
'"square set' and the lady's free com
ment was, "It's a very good fashion
for bandy-legged men." druel as veil
as sharp, too. Arid now the dudes are
districted by the fear that 1 they lollop-
this style they will be thought to
seek to cover the deformity, and if
they don't they will be out of the fash
ion. The hardship of court and "smart"
life was never more apparent than In
this leg-twisting case.
Mr. Bryan has got, things fixed up
pretty well In Nebraska, for himself,
end so that there will be no chance for
Judge Parker to carry the State. It
would no doubt be a deep humiliation
to himself and to his special friends
for any Presidential candidate on the
"Democratic ticket to carry Nebraska,
when' he himself failed to carry it. So
the arrnngemcnt made is that there will
be' a, separate Populist electoral ticket,
and a separate State ticket. This will
ensure Parker's loss of the Stale, and
also the defeat of the fusion State tick
et, which Bryan would no. doubt relgrct
In a small way, but would not consider.
Important. The PopullBt bolt, however,
does not extend to the Legislative tick
et, and it is not likely to. for Bryan
wantn the next Nebraska Legislature to
elect him a U. S Senator In place or
Hon. Charles II. Dietrich, whose term
expires next March. It- is a keen game,
and one that tho Parker men will look
upon with disgust and rago. But then,
Bryan was not an original Parker man,
and politics Is polltlcs- '
Our friends, the political enemy, are
extremely anxious that "Rooseveltlsm"
shall bo tho issue in this campaign. Tho
Republicans are equally ready to have
this the Issue, for reasons which we
have abundantly given. Another rea
son we present in concrete form to
day, as eminently appropriate and Im
mensely advantageous, throughout the
The "Wall Street Journal, a paper
which is "neither Republican nor Dem
ocratic, as such, nor primarily a politi
cal paper." but which lights the specu
lative trusts and manipulations which
hare proved so disastrous to' the le
gitimate financial operations of real
business, is supporting Mr. Roosevelt
Ibis year. Its reasons are, straightfor
ward and sound, and arc thus stated by
Some eighteen months ago we com
menced publications of the facts with re
spect to the altitude of the "hlp:h finance"
toward President Roosevelt. We pointed
out that the "high finance" was bitterly
opposed to his election bceauso It found
that he wus not to be controlled, and bi
caune It had felt tho weight of his hand
In the matter of enforcement of the luw
against the Northern Securities company
and In the vital matter of publicity. As
far back an February, 1903, we pointed put
that' the most determined efforts would
be made to accomplish this defeat, and
furthermore, we stated that Judge Parker
bad even then been picked out an the man
to be supported against Mr. Roosovolt.
From time to time wo have explained why
and how the '"high finance" hoped to de
feat him. The main reason why we favor
the election of Mr. Roosevelt Is to be
found In the main reason why the "high
finance" desires his defeat; we believe It
to bo essential that the President of tho
United States should not be controlled,
wholly or partially, directly or indirectly,
by any one class In the community, and
perhaps least of all by the "high finance-."
Mr. Roosevelt is not to be controlled
by the "high finance" men who seek to
make the country their prey, and who
would absorb all the surplus of the
people to feed their own insatiate
maws. Therefore, "high finance" Is op
posed to Mr. Roosevelt. It is a most in
teresting situation, and one that is re
markably plain. The Issue Is so easy
to see that no one can possibly mistake
And the argument Is closed when the
Journal further says: "It is not ne
cessary to assume that Judge Parker
will be controlled by these people. It Is
sufficient that President Roosevelt has
proved his freedom from control, and
that tho people who sought to control
him are seeking to elect Judge Park
er." And every clear-headed voter will
see at once the force of that, and agree
that the reasoning Is sound.
From the tenor of the talk In the
British Parliament yesterday, it would
appear that Russia Is by no means out
of the woods yet in her piratical raids
upon neutral commerce, and the sink
ing of merchant ships at ssu. The ad
judications qf Russian courts "based on
the Russian declarations of what Is to
be called contraband of war, and to
which declarations the other nations
have not agreed, are not to be accepted
as final, and the protests are as vital
after such adjudications as before. That
is to say, Russia is not 19 be allowed to
declare contraband, articles which In
fact are not contraband, and any pre
tended adjudication which merely goes
to the carrying out of the Russian
Imperial decree, does not count. That
Is the only logical and business-like po
sition for Great Britain to assume, and
in it she draws great strength from
Secretary Hay's protest along the same
i Democratic mismanagement and ex
travagane arc proving too much for
even such a rich and growing State as
Texas, and the Dalles News sends forth
this heavy call for reform:
If tho Democracy of Texas will make
good Its promise, redistrlet the State, do
away with so many intermediate courts,
Increase the number of Judges of the Su
preme court, abolish all unnecessary offi
ces, then there will be no trouble in
making ends meet and In avoiding defi
ciencies But it is the Democracy of Texas
which has put the State Into such a bad
position that this formidable list of re
forms Is called f6r. And there is not the
least reason to expect that the Demo
'cracy of Texas will "make good its
promise" to do anything whatever that
It ought to do.
The vjnom that is being poured out
upon Bishop Potter because ho dedi
cated a reform saloon in New YorR is
really scandalous. A few Ignorant
zealots In Kansas . sent him an inso
lent, nasty telegram, which they got
publlshetl before he received it, and now
Bishop Nicholson says of Bishop Pot
ter: "His attitude on -moral questions
Is nexer very high. He i.s noi a great
man in the church. He has no standing
with the other blBhops. and has no in
fluence in church legislation." Certain
ly, that sort of talk bears the mark
neither of brotherly love nor of Chris
tian kindness. If Bishop Nicholson were
not such a holy and righteous man, one
might be disposed to accuse him of
bearing false -witness against his neigh
bor. Bishop Potter, without thp least
doubt, thought that he was performing
a high act ofj morality in dedicating that
reform saloon. Mild he unquestionably
hoped for a rich return In good from the
place 0 dedicated. Andve believe that
his expectation in this, is reasonable; the
proof will, we expect; be nianifest to the
whole world in due time.
EVERYBODY WILL FLY.
From tho Buffalo Express.
John P. Holland fooled the world once
by producing a submarine boat-, thereby
realizing In a measure at least the fan
tastic dream of Jules Verne, His in
vention Is nt the present time the most
dreaded thing in naval warfare, not so
much for what It has done as for what
It Is feared It can do. It ,has done
enough to prove that It is something to
be feared.. Mr. Holland, having accom--pllshed
what everybody said, could not
be accomplished, Is entitled to a respect
ful hearing when he declares that with
in five years anyone who wishes to do
so can go Hying through the air at the,
rate of twenty to fifty miles an hour.
He makes that assertion without any
boasting, but as calmly as though he
were saying, "we'll have pie for dinner."
C3L0RED CLOTHES AND HEAT.
Frpm the London World.
In France a very Important discovery
has Just been made. It is that persons
and thngs encased in black are Just
13 degrees warmer In the sunshine than
those In white or light colors Obvious
4y. therefore, all sable-hued articles of
attire should be strictly tabooed In such
weather as we have lately experienced.
To a larg"e extent women do clothe
(homsclves.ln light-colored garments at
this season, but It Is monstrous that
men should go about In tall hats and
frock coal at this time of year, or that
mourning should bo insisted upon.
WHAT TAGGART'S CLAIMS MEAN.
From (lie Philadelphia Press.
Chairman Tom Taggart lias got back,
to Now York, and brings with him a-lot
of assorted and vivid claims about In
diana and other States going Demo
cratic this year. Chairman Taggart ev
idently Intends to work this kind of
thing pretty heavily with the .Eastern
Democrats all through the campaign.
It .means money for use in the "We&t.
and after election the chairman won't
have any more explanations to make
than most others of his party.
Booker T. "Washington of the Tuskegco
Institute was recently elected an honor
ary member of tho Harvard chapter of
the Phi Beta Kappa. Ho Is tho -first of
his .race to havo been thua honored. '.The
degree of master of arts was conferred
urJon him by Harvard In ISiW.
They have a story In London of an Ox
ford don who was Induced to speak Into
a phonograph. Some time later the ma
chine was set going again and he was
asked to listen to his own voice. He did
so und after the sound had ceased he said
to the assembled company: "It Is Btrange
"that this machine makes me speak In a
bumptious and affected manner."
Automobile makers are beginning to
worry already over a possible substitute
for rubber for tires. It Is claimed that the
demand for this material has rapidly In
creased the laat few years, the Importa
tions Into the IThltcd States alone tho last
year belnic W.0C0.W0 over those of 1WC5.
This means. It Is said, that rubber tree
arc being overtaxed and that there Is dan
ger of their dying wit. Tho consumption
of rubber for vehicle tires Is phenomenal
In Us magnitude.
Members of Parliament are called upon
most unexpectedly to attend a division of
tho House. "When the bell sounds tin
summonses there Is Invariably vather
hig In haste to prevent snap votes being
taken by tho opposition. Patrick OBrlen.
aa Irish member. yas once caught In an
uncomfortable predicament when a divi
sion was called. He was enjoying a pip
ing hot bath off the dressing-room In thu
Parliament building when the clanging of
the bell reached his ears. It was a des
perate situation, but Mr. O'BcIen was nut
dismayed. 11c put on some kind of over
coat, walked b61dly up to the division
lobby and did not allow even hla nearest
friend to suspect that, except for thr
overcoat, he wus dissed with tin- same
absenc." of the superlluous as the Hi at
parents when thiy wandered happy ar.d
unclothed, and probably unbathed, in the
meandering paths of Eden.
S. D. EYKWSjl
Undertaker & Embalmer. 5.
Open All Night. Tel. 3G4. q 1
Lots of people
Know Life Insurance is a good thing, and
lots of people leive good things alone. Wo
urge lots of people to takg Iota (large or
small) of Insurance, and we tUKgest th?
best and Indicate where it may be found.
55th .enr. doing business In 3C Statrp. Na
tional Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.)
Go. D. Alder General Mgr., 201-203 Mc
Cornlck Block, Salt Lake, Utah.
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CHAS. FKOHMAN PRESENTS
The seat sale will begin at the box
office Friday morning at 10 o'clock.
SCA.LE OF PRICES:
Parqucllc and first two . rows of dre3s
- circle $2 0)
Last four rows of drcos circle- 1.50
First two rows of first circle 1.50
Back two rows of first circle 1.C0
First row family circle .i.. J 75
Balunce of family circle 50
HT-flS BETWEEN SEASONS
This moans that such inroads lmvo boon made oil (lie orig
inal eloKu'il slock that there remains only odds and ends.
All degrees of fashion are shown in these left-overs.
Some are exquisite Erench importations; swell .domestic
patterns; stunning ready'-to-Avears and ordinary Unock-n-bouts.
. l is possible for you to pick up a. bargain. In, the ready-
to-wears there-are 'Mi hats:
55.00 for .S2.50
SG.00 for 3.00
$7.50 for ' 3.75
S 10.00 for 5.00
$12,50 for . . . 6.25
In some instances prices drop -more than lwo:tliirds. (.lie
point being not to carry them over. ',
Please examine (lie line.
You may Jintl u hat suitable for all seasons.
Many of (hem are by the distinguished makers, Phipps &
OueHne runs from 2.50 to ?7.o0 and will be sold at
Our entire stock of Spring and Summer Hats arc included.
Some of the hats, having been displayed, show tarnish.
The Modern Store. Moderate Prices for Everybody. '
Every good Judpro of candy recognizes u 1
the fact that SWEET'S CARKAfl'ION" I I
CHOCOLATES are second to none In K ,
purity, high quality and richness of i
flavor. And tho price Is within the reach W !
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11 Fl ( 3 1 !n Exchange for
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Pv'lSJ. ilfl to find a purchaser for your old piano
$wi5fer ', CS l I ci or orsan- re will accept It In part
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Hvyy We WlU mnke yu QasY terms.
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