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, page Foro ' THE SAL1V LAIvE TRIBUTE. ' mbdat moitoq, ArorB,
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' , 1 1 Ing to publication should be addressed to
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(il, vertlslng and other business should bo nil-
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' I Company.
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i; j Colonel Nelson Bell, 619
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. ..jj Tuesday, August 16, 1904.
I! .iii Bryan will support Parker quite
;,i earnestly, being convinced that the
' 0 Judge cannot be elected.
I , ji 1 Perlinp.9 the weather man ha the
I excuse for this continuous heat, that he
I ,j ' has started out to break a record,
i ( 1 Mr. Moyle is too broad a man to be
' ' offended by talk of bringing out niv
candidates, so long as he secures the
I jj delegates.
! j v
'i These thunder-storms at long range,
;jj giving us their ill elYc'cts without any"'
' 'i i of their cooling advantages, can hardly
j expect to be popular.
''!' However, no lady Is Vitally Interested
5 I ' in the question as to her right lo cntor
'' 1 saloons, there being other places where
liquor 'can be ordered by Jie bot,tlc
j ! -,'
, Mr. Roylance returns from the Ea?t
' j K to find the queer Idea prevailing r.incng
i ' il Democrats that tho right man to run
r , for Governor has not yet been found,
jj, . -I
lj Experts who have been at work on
jl the- acceptance speech of Parker ore of
! ;. ' the opinion thai it contains a prbmise
j to be much like a Republican, If elected.
. : ; Chairman Taggart having created an
1 i Ij ' executive committee, It has already
1 'jj;' I taken up the campaign work of show-
'I j ing him that It Is greater than its crea
I (l) Is It not reassuring to know that the
; National' Guard is (o camp hi Utah
county, where it can readily Interfere
i i should MaJ. King and Mr. noylnr.ee be
ll i' come riotous?
'J,jj Having enjoyed so much hot weather.
I , the Saltair management, if It is at all
;' grateful, must see that the wrathcr
, l"1 J maker is entitled to the best bath It
j j has at the pavilion.
M'j Kindness-' lo. nlmnls should be en-
( ' ,jj V couraged. as Dr. P.Tden says, not only
' jji ' because of duty to the animals, but be
I i f cause the habit may lead in time to
I j, kindness to human being.
j ' ' The Mergenthaler Linotype Company
Li Is doing pretty well, thank you. Its
r'l present year, which ends September
j- ' SOth, It Is announced, will bj by far the
Hj best that the company harf ever had.
i Lat year's earnings of the company
I were ' 52,3'.'3,Cr.3. or $?, per cent on the
Hj Jj ?10,0r(0000 stocl and the surplus after
.the 15 per cent dividend that wan paid
f ' was .$823,C33. ' The present year will
Hi show even better.
i The money rjtiestlon Is so much of an
Hl 1 i issue in this campaign, so pressing and.
j ' ' 80 urgent, that Is caused an all-day and
;j ij an all-night session of the Democratic
1 i ill platform builders. And when they
H ' .', found that the Issue -was so pressing,
H I ity and that there was bo much and such
! ! 'j; irreconcilable difference of opinion
HL about it. they decided that It didn't
' 'llf j exist. That Is, their long and ugly fight
1 i H( , -was about a thing that is nol. The
, ! Democracy. this year, as usual, is long
H 1 ij on trlclcs and evasions, and short on
.' ;l fact and principle.
' ' '
( Uj The Democrats are bewailing the
H .,, "ivrhonal aHucIvP" uuon tha chaliman
Hi ! : ' of their National committee. It io cu-
i ! j rlouf.' to hear this) Didn't we hear .vome-
H j. ( gj v thing about this being a personal cam-
J,'j. 2j Iinlgn wholly, with prliuipli's entirely
j ( In the background, and a distinguished
J jJJ ; personality alone is to be the Issue?
' 1 ' 'j f I And wasn't this the- desire and fervent
'f'l I1 choice t)L the Democrats-? Bo why do
J; , ( ' ' i , j i ,r tliev complain? Or did they mean that
','( j; , they only were to use-the personalities,
'''''y!' jl II and that the Hcpubllcan were not to be
I. ! V !;i personal,' or In any way to ytrike back?
''Jilt r Judge Parker declares that If he is
fj'ijL elected, he will absolutely decline a
' f li hecond term. It is not easy to classify
t'- ! , ? a statement of this kind, whether as a
l U jf ft promise or a threat. If he should turn
1 1 j f out to be a Cleveland sort of a Presl-
v f dent, we might fairly consider It a
l( ' i v promise: but in such case the people
$ 'M ' jj- , would not need It; they would attend
l j (j to the matter of his successor them-
T ibl r selves. On tue other hand, If he made
Hfli r I i a tolKrably satisfactory President, and
-il f&'I! v H lne threatened nominee wcie distastc-
ful, . his declining to bo' ft candidate
might be considered ungracious and un
desirable. Again, Presidents have
been known Jackson was one of thorn
who when about lo retire from office,
exhibited such a lively concern in the
succession as practically to dictate it.
This is a form of use of executive pa
tronage which Judge Parker alleges
as a reason for his advance declination
of a second term which Is-cven more
reprehensible than for a President to
work for a second term for himself.
The thoughtful men of the Democratic
'party must be disgusted with his
speech of acceptance to the degree of
wishing they had never been born; or
else that he hadn't.
The Bepubllcans of the Second Ju
dicial District, comprising the coun
ties of "Weber, Davis, and Morgan, did
excellent work yesterday in their con-
ventlon at Ogdcn. It was a harmony
convention, all the proceedings having
been conducted In excellent good na
ture and with an enthusiasm that was
as admirable- as it was complete.
Judge J. A. Howell was unanimously
nominated for the District Bench, and
Mr. George Halvorson for District At
torney. Both nominations are emi
nently commendable; they arc of the
class, pithily described as "fti to be
made." Judge Howell was the Repub
lican candidate four years ago, made a
close race, and ought to have been
elected. Col. A. B. -Hayes was elected'
District Attorney at that time, but re
signed on being appointed Solicitor of
Internal Revenue at Washington, and
Mr. Halvorson, who is now nominated,
was appointed lo succeed him and haB
made a good record. ' S
The Republicans of the Second Dis
trict have now the further duty of be
friending themselves and the district
by electing Messrs. Howell and Hal
vorson. That they will do it on the
Sth of November next does not admit
of the least doubt.
THE "FREE KIRK" VICTORY.
At the union of the Free and the
United Churches In Scotland, some four
years ago, the nev body took the name
of the United Free Church of Scotland,
and much ceremonial and rejoicing
marked the union of the two" branches
But twenty-five ministers of the "Free
Kirk" objected to the action of the
other thousand and twenty-five minis
ters of that following, claiming that
they had no right to take the Free Kirk
away from its moorings and merge It
in or with .any other church whatever.
They accordingly "took the law" on
them, and fighting the case through all
the courts, it finally reached the House
of Lords, and that supreme body has
now, by a majority of two, given
victory to the steadfast twenty-five.
Besides vindicating the principle for
which they contended, this judgment
gives vthem the right to tho possession
of five million dollars' worth of prop
erly belonging to tho Free Kirk, be
tides local church buildings, lands, and
It Is probable, however, that that part
of the judgment willjUot be rigidly ex
acted, though tho toihptatlon to take It
all must be strong. If those twenty
five triumphant Scotch ministers wore.
Englishmen, however, they would ex
act the last farthing, for with them, as
was not the case with the Scotchmen,
the properly Involved would have been
a material consideration in the suit.
" Superintendent Df the Mint Landis, re
turning, from a Western trip, snys jhat
President Roosevelt will get every elec
toral vote from Ohio to California, "ex
cepting Utnh, Nevada, Colorado, Mon
tana and Idaho." So reports an JSast
ern contemporary. Mr. Landls- has an
other guess coming, and it Is to be
hoped a much more reasonable one.
There are no surer Republican States In
the country this year than Utah and
Idaho. In Nevada there iy no longer
i".iy reason why the Silver pavishou1d
affiliate with the Democrats, since the
Democrats have abandoned silver, and
Democratic support of silver was all that
Wde the' Silver perty alliHabi with It.
Colorado and Montana may both be
fairly classed as doubtful, with the lat
ter inclining toward Republicanism, '
and the fonner altogether at sea.
In a scorching review of Judge Par
ker's speech of acceptance, in which It
arraigns him for hl9 "miserable
evasion" of the financial question, .his
"dodging tactica" on the Colorado ques
tion, and contemptuously 'refers to the
characterless gang to whose efforts the
owes his nomination, the Chicago
Chronicle concludes that he "speaks in
platitudes to the American people be
cxiubo he dare not speak to them (in
plain and straightforward' language.
He wants to be elected and he wants
the votes of every man, no matter how
cvil-inindod orhow weak-minded, who
for any reasonor for no reayon ever,
voted a Democratic ticket. While this
may surprise some people, itis no sur
prise to the Chronicle, which has made
no mistake from the first, in estimating
this timid aAHl tricky office-seeker and
self-seeker at hit true worth." "
Tfie Chicago Chronicle, which quit
Democracy right after the St. Louis
convention, hears thut from all parts
of the country except "the solid South,"
life-long Democrats are declaring they
will not vole for Judge Parker, and
that the significant thing about thin
departure of life-long Democrats Is
.that "they seem to be of the Bryan
kind and the Cleveland kind In about
equal numbers." It quotes one Demo
crat who supported Bryan four yen's
ago and now has come out for Roose
velt as saying: "There Is not a Dem
ocrat of the G.500,000 who voted for
Bryan who would not stultify himself
should ho vote for Mr. Parker " And
that is exactly true, for there Is a far
wider difference between BryanlFin and
Clevelandism than there is- between the
present Democratic nominee and de
clared policies and the Republican
THE G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT.
Yesterday the veterans of the G. A. ,
R. veteran society met in their thirty
eighth annual encampment, Ihls time
In Boston. These sessions are coming
more to be regarded by the towns, in
which they are hold as a "snow" than
Is altogether agreeable to the senti
ment which the veterans represent. It
Is now In the fortieth year since tho end
of the War of the Rebellion. The men
who look part In that war are old;
many of them are dlsablod. Those
who are still vigorous are fortunate,
and yet It Is a source of gladness than
so many of them yet remain so. For
them, no fuvors arc asked; they are
able to take care, of themselves. For
those who are broken In health or fce
; ble of body or mind, It is not, after all,
a question of favor, but of right, that
they should be taken care of by the
Government which remains supreme
because of their toll and their suffer
ings, which have made thein need the
pensions they get.
God bless the old boys! May they
have such love and care r.3 they need
in their declining years, and take such
Joy and comfort out of the reunions
yet left to them as will revive their
spirits, and cause them to feel that
they are Indeed the favorites of the
Republic and pride'of Its people.
THE ".NEUTRAL PORT" NON-NEUTRALITY.
It 1b pretty hard to satisfy Russia I in
this war. She acts constantly on the
assumption that those nations which
are not for her are against her. In her
insane rage, she practically calls upon
all the nations to help her crush Japan,
and when they refuse, she raises an
outcry. It was all right for the Rus
sian torpedd-boat destroyer Ryeshlt
elno to seek refuge in the port of Che
Foo and thus force China- to protect
her and deprive the Japanese, of their
legitimate prize; but it Is dreadful for
the United States to refuse to join In
the protest against tho act of (he
Japanese In "violating the neutrality
of the port" by going in and seizing the
vessel which had already in fact vio
lated that neutrality by undertaking to
force the neutral port lo befriend her In
her distress, this distress being distress
of battle nnd not of the elements.
Of "course, the United States lifts
nothing to do with the matter; it Is for
China to assert tho inviolability of her
port. In her own wny and. If she de
clares that Japan must return the ves
sel, andapdloglze, that Is her own af
fair. But to admit that Russia can fix
the terms ! that China must require and
enforce, Is to admit that Russia could
do the same to Great Britain, Germany,
or the United Slate lrf case It were a
Philippine port. There Is evidently a
Haw In the workings of the Interna
tional law which allows the ports of a
neutral power lo be made use of b
ships who seek shelter after defeat and
damage in fight, to the baffling of their
victorious pursuers. It Is another case
of the Illogical and damaging effect of
present practices, as to the duties of
neutral ports, which, with the alleged
right of holding up and destroying neu
tral vessels on the high seas, nnist be
materially' modified "when this cruel
war is over."
Referring to the SSth birthday of
Russell Sage, which was on August -1th,
a comnctent financial authority says:
"There ao many inquiries as to the
wealth of Russell Sage. We cai say
from pretty definite information that
if one multiply his Thursday's birthday
anniversary, the SSth. by two, one will
have the number of million dollars Rus
scll Sage has accumulated. Tihls is
probably the largest fortune ever made
by steady gatherings In the money
market. Its size is due to Mr. Sage'3
clear thought and long, temperate life.
Fifty years ago he was a director of
the New oYrk Central road, and the
span of his business life covers more
financlul, political and inllustrial prog
ress thai) that 6f any other man living
TI.e Boston Traveler, a Pomocratio
paper, exults in a headed editorial over
the prospects of another coal strike.
Anything calamitous or afflictive upon
the country Is gladly welcomed even be
forclt cornea, by the Democratic knock
ery. Their whole slock in tradp is to
persuade the people that they are mis
erable and suffering under Republican
control. But the people remember the
Democratic wave of despair that rolled
from shore to Bhore in the last Demo
cratic administration, a hoiror of great
'darkness' compared with which the pres
ent situation of the country Is as the
light from Heaven Itself.
The births In this city last week were
precisely double the number cf deaths
42 to 21 There were exactly the same
number of each sex among the births,
but of the deaths, thirteen wre mole
and eight female The contagious dis
eases of all kinds have practically cMs
appeared, there being but four cases of
typhoid, three of diphthVrln, one of
scarlet fever, and no smallpox. It lo a
remarkably good bill of health.
The rewards offered for the capture
of Mark Zlzelch, supposed to be the
murderer of 03111 Farro, the Greek
stabbed to'death at Murray on Friday
night last, will be pretty certain to
produce him, unless he was hurried
! away to the coast. The probability Is,
however, that ho Is in hldlnc not far
away, and that he will be delivered up
'to justice. It Is-to be hoped so, moot
PHOTOGRAPHING THE EYE.
From the Boston Globe.
Dr. Walter Thorncr of Berlin has con-'
structed a new camera which photo
graphs the Interior of the eye and shows
its variations In health and -disease.
As the eye Is the most sensitive or
gan of the body n physician Is there
lore enabled to trace the progress of
disease with the greatest minuteness.
It also shows at a glance the effect of
various medicines, enabling the doctor
to make another guess, before he has
goiie too far with the wrong medicine
But It does not enable one to see disease
From the JrfTneatown Journal.
Sam Jones, the well-krfbwn cvangc-y
list, preaching In Georgia recently, saw
a' well dressed young man leaving the
church. Shaking his linger at the ab
sconder, Jones thundered: "Young man,
would you rather go to hell than sit
here and henr me finish this sermon 7"
Slopping a moment and scratching his
head, the young man replied: "Yes, sir,
I think I would," and stepped outside
the door. It broke up the meeting.
Mrs. Clarence Mnckay says that slnco
her children wero born society has bored
her, as eho loves best to spend her time,
with them. Sho la photographed each
month with her children, and theso photo
graphs arc pasted Into large and beauti
fully bound scrapbooks.
Old-timers boiist that Bret Hartc once
taught school at Tuttletown, Cal., nnd In
that way acquired knowledge of the lo
calities In the vicinity thut he afterward
worked Into his writlngB. Mark Twain
clerked In the only Btorc In tho town at
the same time. The town Itself Is a small
village nostllng at tho foot of Jackass hill,
the latter being a veritable quarry of gold.
Nearlv all of this hill is owned by James
Glllifl, the original "Truthful James," and
1h covered by parties working small pockot
mines "on shnres." '
There la nothing slow about Mrs. Salllc
Dodson. formerly Mrs. Sallle Shanks of
Rocheport, Mo. At 5 o'clock In the after
noon one day lasl week Mrs. Shanks was
divorced from Daniel Shanks. She re
ceived $200 alimony and the custody of her
child. At G o'clock the same afternoon
Charlie- Dodson. who had been one of the
witnesses In Mrs. Shank's case, had a li
cense to marry her and the marriage took
place the next day.
RHYMES OF THE DAY,
llor tooth and hair, her rivals swear,
Are false. 1 might have knowjj
Her heart must be as false, for sho
Admits it's not her own.
Little Miss Muffel
Sat on a tuffet.
Making some lace that looked rich;
There came a fat spider,
What sat down beside her,
'And taught her n fetching new stitch.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
TUE BEEF STRIKE.
Dar aln' no prospect of relief.
Do I rouble seems to tlilrken.
J. giH-xx I'll have toiult rona" beef
An" Jus" fall bark mi chlr krii.
is. D. evhnsjI
H Undertaker & Embalmer.
I ' Open All Night. Tel. 364. M
w 213 Stato St., Salt Lake City m
A peck behind the curtain.
Thry arc In tho mrs (ond sits nnd
middle), men polite und Wfll dressed.
They are on the street and lake a llor In
the market. Thev are easy and generous
with the children, und the children think
they are rich. The shock comes, tho
service, the llowers, the ranis, tho ri-o-crous
suggestions; then tho truth the1 bad
nsset. the shattered rainbow, the un
yielding debts and the crime of no Insur
ance. We offer the hrst Insurance and
the best .savings In the world, oolh oi-r.
doing business lu .IS States. National Life
Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual.) Geo. D. Alder.,
General Manager. 20I-2H5 McCornlck
Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. i
SALTTtTI? HTBI? GE0-D-PYPEI1
LAKE I ilLHl MJUcobtaime.
Totw.'l Aug. 1516
CEAS. FROHMAN PRESENTS
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
SCALE OP PRICES:
Pftrnuolte and ilrat two rows of dress
circle r $-2.00
Last four rows of dreasyClrcle 1.G0
Klrst two rows of first jCli-do 1.50
Back two rows of first circle l.CO
First row family circio 75
Balance of family circle 50
r Like to do business with
m a L"1 buslness-llko people. Orders
S S m u sent to
M j Peery Bros.
J I Milling Company
B j OGDEN, UTAH,
1 I Are f.llcd promptly satls-
3 fuclorlly Just what you
I j wunt Just when you want It.
$ IS Flour high grade? Yea.
We expect lo spend the afternoon at the lake, jHp
where Ave will be pleased to meet our friends. (
MA Wtwm? afeooaoo op) Czf o M
- , All styles, including the newest, in all the popular
materials. Modeled after the highest grades and Wt
guaranteed for service. NOT the same qualities as if
our $.00 and $6.00 grades, but the best possible K
j values at mf
Worth 35c and 50c (See Windows.) ' Viili 11?)
I tIMHi'Xt. WH&if,' Wt'i 'XV.m ij U.-iH 'mmn II I I I I II 1
l The Original I
Nat Molasses ' Candy. j
I TAKE NO OTHER SOLD EVERYWHERE
WWASW m i mi qnmffj
A 111 Woman
fPfVj MSZ Knows that it 1b unwise to go piano
' -bunting with the Idea of seeing how
jOi ffify ? ' cheap a piano can be bought. THE
WISE WAY Is to select an instrument
( ( XW$i) - W ,D Ule niSt place' and tJien secure It at
vfjV JlWaiS6 thG lou'e3t Psslble price. You can find
Xt&l 7 Vansant & Chamber! ain
iffl3i.C$0 -"7"'' 51 an4.5a M"a.
I ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE I
SaliL Lake City. ;
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
Studies will be resumed Septembor 7. Minim, Pi-imary, Aca- I
domic, College ojqd University departments. Thorough courses in '
Ancient and Modern Languages. Science, Mathematics, Music and '
Commercial branches receive especial attention. Students are pre
pared for West Point, Annapolis and all departments of Civil Service. '
Courses in Hebrew and Syrio-Chaldaic. A limited number of I
private rooms, for which 'early application should be made. A full
corps of efficient and experienced professors. Tor further particulars. :!
call on or address ' ;
t THE. VERY REV. PRESIDENT. j
ESTABLISHED 1ST 2.
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235 SO. MAIN ST.
P. O. Box 682. Salt Lake City.
I U Crystal gafe'
239 MAIN STREET.
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