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H! A page eight THE SALT LA3D3 TBBmnE., Tuesday morng, ATjGrST
i Was Promised Ep
!;! New Republican Campaign
i Bosk Shows That Party
!;; Koeps Its Pledges.
' . On Its Record It Will Appeal to tho
I ! Country for Continuation
J I in Power.
I ;j . WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. The Rcpub
'i' llcnn campaign text-book of 1901 Is just
k ' 1 .ibout to be issued. Tho following Is a
, I synopsis of tho book prepared by the
j Republican campaign committee:
' 1 " "The four groat facts.' It says, 'which
1 1 justified the Republican party In nuking
( I tho support of the public In 1300 were:
, First, that Its pledges of 1S0C had been re
deemed: second, that prosperity had como
' ' ' as a result; third, that developments since
lfcCG had shown -the fallacy of tho prin-
clples upon which tho Democracy then
appealed for public support: and. fourth,
the condition which had come to other
'i parts of the world and their people as a
, result of promises fulfilled by the Repub
lican rfirty In tho United States,
i, "Those asficrtlc-V.s made In the text-book
of 1000 have boon fully Justified by the
j 1 1 added experiences of another four yeara.
, ' The pledges of 1S96 and those made In
1900 havo becen redeemed.
Ij What Has Been Accomplished.
' I "The protective tariff has been restored,
i tho gold standard made permanent, Cuba
I j freed and jriven Independence, the Pana-
j,' nn canal assuied under tho solo owner-
i . Mjjj ship and control of tho United States, a
department of commerce and labor eatab-
llsho'd, rural free delivery given to mll-
J S lions of tho agricultural community, tho
' j laws for the prober regulation of trusts
o j and great corpbratlons strengthened and
!v ' enforced, prosperity established, com-
. ! merce developed, labor protected and
. ,'j given ample employment and reward, ln-
! j tclllgence, prosiorIty and good govcrn-
; I mcnt established In distant Islands and
I M thcvilijg of tho United States made tho
' I 'I ; emblem of honor. In every part of tho
t j world.
"All of these ,.Toat accomplishments
have, been the work of the Republican
t, party. In each df them It has met the
"SI discouragement, the opposition and the
(' hostilities of the Democracy. It Is upon
, this additional evidence of the past four
ycara, evidence that the Republican party
, ' is the party of progress and tho Demo
cracy the party of inaction, retardment,
y , faultfinding that tho party again con-
' fldehtly appeals for public support In tho
I , ' Presidential election of 1901."
i .jtj i ; Every Feature Discussed,
t ' i M ) Every feature of the prospective enm-
palgn discussed is considered with frnnk-
, ! ' ncss, and all available Information bear-
, Ing upon the subjects is presented. Tho
, ; claim that the protective tariff lncronscH
i prices Js met with facte and figures from
, the economic history of the United States
and other countries, which fully show tho
I inaccuracy of the charge, whllo tho rcla
Tlvo prosperity of countries having low
and protective tariffs respectively is also
' ' I shown from official figures.
, I The chapter on labor and wages shows
i 1 1 beyond a question, as a result of thor-
j ough official investigation, that the -ad-
j i vanco in wages during the past decado
. ! has been greater than the advance in tho
cost of living, the figures being based on
' j rotall prices, the prices which the public
i must pay for the articles consumed, whllo
I ' 1 it Is also shown that the rate of wages
' , now being paid in the United States is
I i , '! higher than has ever been paid In this or
' : ; in any other country.
! , The book also contains a sketch of tho
. , life and work of President Roosevelt and
, ij j of Senator Fairbanks.
It 1 j Confers With the President.
J', ! WASHINGTON. Aug. 15.-Chalrman
i; ' Cortelyou. who was In tho city for the
! day, had a long conference with President
1 i , Roosevelt. The chairman will return to
I F New York tomorrow.
' I ' Secretary Hay was at the White House
.,' I for some time tonight, as was also Secro-
I r) nry Wilson. The latter had just ro-
' ,,1 turned from th? West and gave the Prcsl-
i dent some Information regarding tho po-
! litlcal and crop conditions in that section
i of the country.
j ! j Tagg-art Will Open Headquarters.
r NEW YORK. Aug. 15 -Chairman Tag-
' j gart will ot-en the headquarters of tho
t ' National Democratic committee at No 1
1 i West Fourth street. Ho will dovote two
, I days to organization work and on Tuesday
I i j evening will leave for White Sulphur
. i Springs, W. Va., to attend the notification
1 ( i ceremonies on Wednesday of tho "Vleo-
j Presidential candidate, Henry G. Davis
' , i i Sir. Taggarl will return to New York on
,1 (' I Thursday evening.
I i;J Parker Is Taking a Rest.
I I WINNIEOOK DODGE. Ulster County,
f - t' I N. Y., Aug. 15. Judge Alton D. Parker
' I fcperit the night at the Winnlsook club, 270)
!",!; feet above tho sea level at the foot of
! ' jr Slldo mountain. He Is here for rest.
IN , !! Davis Ready for Notification,
i 1 I ij ELKINS, W, Va,, Aug. 15. Everything
l 1 ! Is in readiness for hla formal notification
i : bo far as Vice-Presidential Candidate I-L
, Wll G. Davis la concerned, and today, ac-
"-fiJ corapar.ied by a party of his family and
). friends, ha will leave for White Sulphur
Ij-jJ Springs in his Drivatft car Graceland.
; .'jjl Bathed in Whisky, Got 'Divorce,
j H PITTSBURG, Pa., Aug. 15. Becaijse her
I ... 4 ill liusband compelled her to take a bath
I i, tjjptf In whisky when she complained of his
i 1 jL'S drinking, Mrs. Hailie Martin obtained a
, h divor.io from Alvino Martin of Hazel -
I ' H i 11 wood.
I .ui'll. ,Mra-.artln altJ lhat owI"K to hcr'dls-
J llk0 oi Houor tho bath made her very ill.
IP 'j''') Want to Hear Sago,
i i i,U i COLUMBUS. O., Aug. 15,-Thc mana-
'. , Mf gors of -the Logan County fair have sent
,; . ,f an invitation to Russell Sage to attend
lli ( the tali- next week. They, want him as
1 ') I an exponent of the vocation theory, and
' ('I il I expect hirn to talk on that subject,
IM iii ,ll s
I'jj'ii Trains Delayed by Washouts.
d' L: KINGMAN, Ariz.. Aug. 15.-Heavy raln-
H ' , storms In this county Saturday and Sim-
Hl J 1 1 t- day washed out several hundred feet of
1,' . Santa Fe track In Truxton canyon. Sev-
H I i Tt K- ' lal woHhouts east and west of here Sun-
H 1 'i I'l Cay delayed traflici muny hours. Sunday
1 u ' ('.' trains vero iield up by washouts In Wal-
H yl iJii lapai valloy. where great Hoods of water
B jftir' !' cro coming do-n from the mountains.
H.. Ui i Much of the Arizona and Utah railroad
1 .8 lp . track Is washed out and It may be a v.-eek
II J H'' I before trafhc Is resumed on that lino.
Flailge of Wheel
m Car Broke
Wrecking Tennessee Passenger Train
One Men Killed, Forty
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 15.-Ono man
was killed and forty persons Injured In
a passenger train wreck on the Tcnnes
so Central railroad, seventy mllca east
of here. A pnssengor train from Knox
vlllo to Nashville was making the de
scent of Silver Point hill, betwoon Buf
falo Valley and Silver Point, Tenn., when'
a flanuo of a wheel on a truck of tho
roar enr broke, derailing tho two last
One of them turned completely over and
both were badly wrecked.
,W. S. Pufncll, Knoxvlllc, a traveling
E. B. Longstreet, Nashville, master me
chanic Tennessee C ntrnl.
'Mrs. Mary Nicholas, arm broken.
W. B. Wells, arm fractured.
Bud Lee. log broken.
W. B. Horbert, rib brokon.
Mrs. W. B. Herbert, skull fractured.
B. T. Pcgrat. rib broken.
J. C. Barnes, lg brokon.
J. J. Aldridge, leg broken.
A two-year-old baby was hurled down
nn embankment, lodslng between the car
wheels. It was unhurt.
BIG LABOR DAY
'Sperlal to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Utah, Aug. 15. Labor
day Is to bo eolebrnted ns never
.before In Ogdon this year. Another meet
ing was held today by those having tho
celebration in chnrgo and llio program mo'
for the sporting evonts was arranged.
Tho Trades ngsombly has appropriated
$100 in cash to bit distributed ns prizes for
these .events. An Invitation was extended
to tho Mayor, City Council and other city
officials to participate.
Charlotte I. Mills, wife of Richard Mills
of West Weber, died Saturday night of
liver complaint at the hgo of C6. Funeral
Thursday at 1 o'clock from West Weber
Apostle Charles W. Penrose delivered
a lecture at the tabernacle before the
Union Tencbors' meeting on "The Valuo
of the Soul."
Will Howard has returned from an ex
tended trip to Arizona.
A hurry-up call camo to tho police sta
tion tonight for a holdup on lower Twon-ty-llfth
street. The -wagon was sent out
only to find that Sam McCarthy had been
beaten up in a drunken brawl.
Ogden was visited by a sevci.e thunder
storm tonight, but It was of short dura
tion. It wns nil over within the space of
an hour, and, so far ns known, tho only
damage done was the putting out or com
mission a few of the arc lights in tho city.
TAME BULL FIGHT.
Montana's Governor Refused to Yield
to Appeal of Ministers.
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 15. Despite the at
tempts of the local ministers to stop tho
affair, an alleged bull fight was held hero
Sunday on tho Hats south of 1 tho
city. It was widely advertised as a
humane bull fight.
The animals were not pierced or other
wise maltreated, the bull lighter using
only a red cloak to Irritate them. Ho
avoid their mad rushes by his quickness.
A small crowd saw the exhibition, which
was somewhat tame.
The Butte ministers nttcmpted to stop
the exhibition by appealing to Gov. Toole.
The Governor referred the matter back
to tho county authorities.
of Many larders
Confessed Having Shot an Employee
With Intent to Kill Pleads
Special to The Tribune.
RENO. Nov., Aug. 15.-II. C. Lawrenco,
accused of attempting to assassinate J.
Dc Garrison, an employee, nearly throo
months ago, has, It is claimed, confessed
Herctoforo he has. strictly maintained
his innocenco to tho authorities 'of
Churchill county. In defense of his net
Lawrence claims that he shot Garrison
only after a most desperate struggle, In
which the latter attempted his life. Law
rence Is also feigning Insnnltv, claiming
that visions of departed relatives appear
His confession la belloved, though his
defense Js not accepted. Lawrence Js sus
pected of numerous murders In Churchill
county and his admissions Sunday only
tend to strengthen the belief that ho is
connected with them. Lawrenco came to
Nevada from Salt Lake City, He Is oven
now postmaster at Hazen and owns somo
British Bark Sunk With all on Board,
in a Collision.
LONDON, Aug. 15. Tho British bark
Inverkip (Capt. Jones, from Melbourne
to Queenstown) was sunk and twenty
persons were drowned as the result of
a collision off Fastnet rock, Ireland
last night vlth the British ship Loch
Carron (Capt. Clark, from the Clyde.)
British Destroyer Sunk.
LONDON, Aug. 15. The British tor
pedo boat? destroyer Decoy sank off the
Sicily Islands last night as the result of
a collision with another destroyer. The
crew wits saved.
The Decoy was a vessel of 4200 indi
cated horse power, 265 tons displace
ment and was capable of making- twenty-seven
knots an hour. She wa'
equipped with three torpedo tubes and
ono twelve-pounder and three six
pound quick firing guns and carried
a complement -of llfty men.
Cholera in Persia.
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug. 15. Tho Offi
cial Messenger announces the closing ot
the land frontier of Transcasplan terri
tory, owing to the prevalenco of cholcm
In Persia. ,
' CHAKHAN OUGHT
Likewise ieiiers of
Suggestion Chairman Ander
son Appoint Convention
Cache County Becomes Prominent
Political Battlefield Boprcsenta
tive Republicans Wanted.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Aug. 15. Interest still corners
in tho Gubernatorial contest, although
other phases of tho situation are freely
Chairman Anderson Is criticized for at
tempting to name tho temporary officers
of tho convention. There Is a strong
sentiment hero that the official acts of
the State chairman and tho Stato com
mltteo should bo so neutral in prc-con-ventlon
contests as to be nbovo suspicion
and recent developments indlcato that tho
State chairman would not lose a chance
to turn a tnck In favor of his candi
date. This discussion has brought out
the name of Jesse M. Smith as good
avallablo material for Stato chairman to
succeed Mr. Anderson during the coming
Tho result of Mr. Cutler's visit
to Logan was to leavo the Impression
that ho is a very agreeable gentleman.
The only development of the visit so far
noticed is that previous to it a largo
number of tho Hammond men were talk
ing favorably of Cutler as second choice,
but since then they manifest a decided
Wells leaning. It Is certain that tho
delegation will bo divided nearly caual
on a second choice.
To tho present time Hammond's sup
porters nave exerted themselves to sup
press any attempt to pack the primaries
In tho Interest of any candidate, but to
choose representative Republicans re
gardless of their preferences for Gov
ernor; but since Mr. Cutler's visit tnero
are persistent rumors alloat that his sup
porters are quietly organizing to leavo
prominent Hammond men at home.
Should this prove true tnero is liable
to be Interesting developments at tho
convention next Saturday.
The many warm friends of Congress
man Howell, who arc supporting Secre
tary Hammond deeply regret to see the
Congressman taking so actlvo an Inter
est In Mr. Cutler's nomination. They In
sist that he should have kept out of tho
Gubernatorial contest entirely, and fear
that ho Is seriously endargenlng his own
chances for ronomlnatlon by participat
ing in the light. Friends of both Sena
tor Smoot and Congressman Howell feel
that they havo acted lll-advtsedly In tak
ing so active a part In the Gubernatorial
light, while Senator Kearns Is strongly
commended for tnc neuiral attltudo ho
has maintained from the first.
It Is difficult at this tlmo to forecast
tho attltudo the Cache delegates will tako
towards candidates for tho other Stato
officers. aii effort will bo made to so
cure tho Secrataryshlp for Cache. If.
however, this should fall, claim will be
made for ono of tho Presidential
electors. Judgo Zane Is ravor
ably mentioned in connection with the
offlco of Justice of tho Supremo court.
Judge Breeden will likely be supported
by tho delegation for Attorney-General.
The position that the delegation will tako
on candidates for Auditor and Treasurer
will bo determined largely by the attltudo
of those candidates towards the men sup
ported by Cache ;or the other ofllcea.
It Is practically certain that Attorney
Maughan will be nominated by tho Re
publicans of the First district for Judge.
The District attorney is conceded to Box
Elder county if they have a suitable man
for the ofilce, which of course they have.
The Cache Democrats have announced
that they will renominate Judgo Hart
and Attorney Nebeker This announce
ment Is not well received over in Box
Elder and the Democratic leaders over
thero propose to resent the disposition ot
the Cache clique to take everything In
sight, and threaten to bolt If II Is In
sisted In. This nttltude Is worrying tho
Cacho Democrats considerably Just now.
To oppose the Brlghamites endangers
their chances to win out. and Just what
to do with Neoeker to koop him out of
tho race against Hart Is a puzzler for
them to settle.
There is a story going the rounds hero
that "Qull" Nebeker somo tlmo ago con
sulted a local astrologer as to his chances
for success if nominated Governor.
"Qlul's" star was evidently In eclipse for
the answer was unfavorable, and "Qull"
was warned to keep out of tho race.
Slnco then ho has been pushing T. G.
Webber aa tho most nccptable lamb to
sacrifice to tho Goddess of Defeat.
Qull Is opposed to men seeking office.
Ills doctrine 's that the office should seek
tho man, but ho doesn't think tho man
should hide In the brush or take to tho
Hills. When the stars come right, Qull
will bo found on the open prarle In plain
sight of everybody.
AGAIN ON THE CAHPET.
Postmaster Clove-"s Visit South and
His Disclaimer Discussed.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PANGUITCH, Utah, Aug. 15. With ref
erence to .tho controversy that la now on
In the press between Poatmastcr Clovo
of Provo and Hon. W. M. McCarty, Jus
tice of tljo Supreme court of tho State,
Republicans, Democrats, Socialists and
mugwumps hero havo naturally taken
Justlco McCarty's side.
"However," said one of the leading Re
publicans. "McCarty la able to take caro
pf himself. In his disclaimer, which Clove
publishes In The Tribune, he denies that
his recent visit to southern Utah was not
on politics. He snys lhat he was on his
annual vacation nud went to Pantsultch
to seo his mother. Strange that on
thin Innocent mlBBlon he should havo oc
casion to Atop off at so many places, bo
ginning at Rlchlleld and In a territory
that Is so pronouncedly strong for Wells,
"It Is to laugh. Especially for thoso
Republicans In that part of tho Sixth
Judicial district, which Clove visited, who
accidentally or otherwise mel him whllo
here, to see such a statement as that
como from the lips of Mr. Clove, I havo
heretofore had somo confidence in hia
word, but know that statoment to be
untrue, r think that It Is duo the public
that It should know exactly what Mr.
Clove has been doing.
His Visit to Pauguitch.
"Take this .town, for Instance. Ho
landed 1iero on the morning atngo after
an all-night ride. After resting up a
bit he made "his nppeavance among tho
public and out on the atrcet and in tho
presence of some of the moat reliable
citizens of tho place who will vouch
for these statements by affidavit, it
necessary, he made In subatanco this
statement: 'Senator Smoot Is Kolng
( to control tho politico oX this Slate.
Mr. Cutler Is a candidate for Governor
and ho is Senator Smoot'o candidate. The
Senator han taken him up ns a candi
date, nnd the Senator Intends to noml
nnto and to elect Mr. Cutler to that of
fice It Is necessary for the Senator to
control all the appointments In the State,
and to do this he must have tho Gov
ernor.' "Later Mr. Clove, whllo talking with
prominent cltlzeiuj of Pangultch, rnrnle
anothor public statement to tho effect
that ho (Clove) was going to tako a Cut
ler delegation to the Stato convention out
of Garfield county. This, tognther with
the other actions of Mr Clovu whllo In
Panugultch. such as holding private con
sultations with politicians on political
mailers, talking with prominent church
dignitaries, etc., convince the pepplo
down this way that his mission wns ono
of politics nnd nothing' oluo. Of courfe.
It is not denied that ho did see his mother
whllo In Pangultch, lut his mission un
doubtedly was to soe politicians as well,
and to seo at the samo time others who
aro not generally known to bo politicians,
but who might. If they would, havo some
Influence In politics. j
Worked Hard for Cutler.
"One thing sure Is that he did all tho
work ho was capable of in nn effort to
secure a delegation to the Republican
Stnto convention pledged for Cutler. He
nlso did, or attempted to do. consider
able against Stato Senator Johnson, who
Is a candldnto for ro-elocllon. Clove did
this work openly, on the ground that
Johnson Is ngalnst tho Smoot machine.
Durlnpr Clove's conversation and talk
whllo In Pangultch ho repeatedly referred
to tho Smoot machine, and told tho pnr
tlos to whom ho spoke that If they
wanted any pntronago they must got It
from tho Smoot combine; that they were
going to control It and that now Is tho
time to got In, If they wanted any pn
tronago, and that If they didn't there
would be no cshow for patronage.
"It Is this kind of talk and conduct
that has aroused tho people, and It is
JUFt that kind of conduct lhat has given
rise to bo much criticism. I hoar re
marks from nearly every sourco and from
every locality to tho effect that, while
the people generally think n groat deal
of Senator Smoot. they will not consent
that ho shall be tho whole thing In this
Stato and run the politics of the State.
Neither will they consent for him to say
who shall go to tho Legislature from
these various districts, nor who shall and
who shall not go to tho Stato conven
tions. Tho people of this locality hnvo
so far managed to run their own poll
tics, and In doing so havo always had
good men In tho Legislature, men wno
compare fnvorably vlth those from any
olher section,, nnd men In whom they
had confidence and whom tloy woro will
ing to trust with tho affairs of tho peo
ple. They havo that same kind of men
up as candidates now. nnd It seems to
be their determination to say who shah
bo nominated and elected without Inter
ference from people from tho north, be
they members of tho Smoot machine or
Smith's Criticism Justified.
Thero have been many remnrkB heard
hereabouts to this effect. Anothor says:
"If Mr. Cutler has gone Into this combine
n3 outlined by Mr. James Clove, and
In so doing knows that he Is the objt-ct
of the combine, he (Mr. Cutler) richly de
serves tho criticisms placed upon him In
tho interview with Jesso M. Smith as
recently published in Tho Tribune. While
many say that personally they have noth
ing against Mr. Cutler they know but
very little In regard to him nnd pre
sume that he Is a fine gentleman and
perhaps worthy of tho nomination to the
office of Governor of tho Stato of Utah
they do say that those methods that have
been adopted and are being urged to se
cure his nomination aro unfair, unjuflt anC
Hence he Is censured. It must bo un
derstood that these criticisms are not
Intended to hurt Mr. Sutherland nor to
boost Senator Kearns. They are simply
to condemn the course taken by Mr.
Clovo In trying to bring about what ho
terms tho organization of the "Smoot ma
chine." The people didn't llko Clove's
methods and bulldozing while he was
here, nnd they don't like his provarlca
tlon now he hnn returned home, when
ho snys ho was not "on politics." IIo
was certainly out hero for Cutler and tho
"Smoot machine " The effect of his visit
and his newspaper talk since leaving has
been to make Republicans all the stronger
for Wells and all tho more strongly
against the "Smoot machine."
SUTHERLAND MEN PERSISTENT.
Insist on Nominating Only Those
Friendly to Senatorial 'Aspirant.
Special to Tho Tribune
MANTI, Aug. 15. Yesterdsv was a busy
day for the candidates and their man
agers. Tho different delegations are being
ooked after In tho interest of tho candi
dates. Every day makes It more apparent
that it Is Impossible to forecast tho ticket
that will be named at the county conven
tion at Ephralm tomorrow.
There aro a number of Smoot-Suthcr-land
delegates who oponly declare that
every candidate for oftfeo who Is not with
their crowd will be turned down In tho
convention. They say they havo the ma
jority of the delegates and aro going to
completely control tho convention In the
interest of their friends
Tho Smoot-Suthcrland faction Is espe
cially anxious to turn Henry A. Kearns
down, as he blankly declared that ho will
not pledge himself to vote for Sutherland
for Senator In the event that ho Is nomi
nated and elected to tho Legislature,
H. A. ICcarns Is tho unanimous cholco
of Gunnison for tho place, and the solid
delegation will ask that ho be placed on
the ticket and If ho Is turned down tho
only reason for tho samo will be that ho
refuses to declaro for Sutherland. That
ho will not do.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry A. Kearns were In
Mantl yestorday and spent most of tho
day here. Mr. Kearns was kept busv
most of tho tlmo talking over political
matters. Ho was given to understand by
somo of tho Sutherland people that I1I3
attitude toward 'Sutherland would deter
mine whether or not ho would bo nomi
nated. Mr. Kearns made It plain to every
ono who approached him on the Sena
torial question that he had thus far re
mained unpledged to any candidate for
the United States Senate, and that ha
would continue so, and If ho were success
ful In being nominated and elected to tho
Legislature he would go there froo to ex
ercise hla best judgment on that question
as well as any other question upon which
ho would be called upon to act. When
asked as to whether. If he were clectod,
ho would vote tho will of his constituents,
ho unhesitatingly stated that ho would
endeavor to find out tho will of his con
ntltuento, and If possible- carry out their
IIo stated that Gunnison would come to
the convention and make a straightfor
ward, open fight for tho place, with the
conviction that It ought to bo recognized.
N, C. Christenson was also in Mantl yes
terday conferring with tho delegates elect
ed to attend the county convention. Ho
i;ays that his chances look good, but that
they will bo bettor or worso after the convention.
MANY WANT ON TICKET.
Utah County Politicians Regard
Nomination Equivalent to Election.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Aug. 15. Guessing continues as
to tho outcome of tho various contests
now on. In Utah county tho office-seekers
aro leavlnr no stono unturned In or
der to necuro tho nomination. Tho mai
ler of election day is merely considered
1 a ratification for those who arc for
tunate enough to secure tho nomination.
The Democrats apparently concede thl3,
and aro In no manner concorned as to
whether they rocolvo a nomination for of
flco or not, Howevor, the Democratic
Central committee will meet on Tuesday,
after which a llttlo more Interest can be,
looked for from that sldo of tno political
This county appear.? to be protty well
dlvldnd. Those who are not for Cutler
arc frequently referred to as belonging to
tho Kearns crowd. AVhother this be true
or not, thero Is a sharp distinction drawn
bolwoon the parlies concerned. One thing
peculiar hero in tho fact that so far thoro
are no candidates announcing themselves
ror county offices who nrc not followcra
of the Cutler combination. Either tho
county office seekors have no hope 01
winning out unless they aro for Cutler,
or clso they arti playing n qnict (gnmo,
"sawing wood and saying nothing, noui
Ing their time for action. However, theio
may be another drawing curd, to1"?, ef
fect that all of tho actlvo politicians,
those from whom we hear most frequent
ly, aro Cutler men. Cutler will havo hla
wny In this county. , ,, ,
A numbor of primaries havo been called
for tho coming week. All will llkoly
hold either Friday night or on the night
following. It may bo of Interest to npto
that tho attendance at primaries which
have thus fnr been h!d this year hayc
been tho largest in tho history of llio
party. Provo will be In lino nnd a. good
turn out Is expected. , .
At present considerable sentiment Is be
ing expressed as to a choice for County
Superintendent of School. Tho move
ment commenced at tho recent meeting
of tho trustceH and principals, has devel
oped Into a plan which is aimed to keep
this office out of politics. Whnt the out
come mnv be Is at this time n mere guess.
Tho Republicans apparently refuse, to join
in with this movement of the trustee and
principals, preferring to lo.t tho matter
be settled nt tho convention, which meets
at Pleasant Grove on September 10.
Lam Eggertsen Im a receptive candidate,
the only ono thus far In tht- Held. If Eg
gertsen receives the nomination ho will
add strength to the ticket and make a
good officer. In the event that Eggrlson
announces himself, there will bo two can
didates In the field from Spiingvllle, viz.,
Johnson for treasurer and Eggert-ien for
tho snperlntendcncy. It Is also roportud
that Principal G. N. Childs of Lohl will
be out for tho nomination on either the
non-partisan tickot or as 11 straight Democrat.
HAMMOND THE FAVORITE.
Box Elder . County Ropubllcans Do
Not Know Cutler.
Special to The Tribune.
WILLARD, Utah. Aug. 15. Tho fight for
Governor is receiving considerable atten
tion of lata. Both Wells and I'ammond
have many personal friends, but Ham
mond seemH to lead In ' the fight. Most
people think Wells. has had enough, whllo
they think that tho Secretary of Stato has
had just tho right kind of experience to
make a first-class. Governor himself. Cut
ler Is at a disadvantage, as ho Is un
known. A meeting to olect delegates to the
.county convention, from which represent
atives to the State convention aro to bo
chosen, Is called for Thursday evening,
"Thomas -Kearns should succeed him
self a United Slates Senator," Is heard
on all aid is. Nearly nil lending Repub
licans In this part want to seo him re
turned. John A. Edwards, who will be a cnndl
oate before the State convention for Au
ditor or Treasurer, will havo tho solid
support of this county. Box Elder has
nover received any favors In the past. It
Is growing more strongly Republican
every year, and tho time has come when
it should receive recognition.
B. C. Call, who has lately returned from
the East, Is working hard for tho support
of his home delegation In the county con
vention. TIo is out for County Clerk on
the Republican ticket.
The friends of Ncls Jensen of Brlgham
aro pleased .to hear him declaro that
henceforth ho will bo In tho Republican
Northern Utah Democrats at War.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Aug. 15. Box Elder county
throws consternation Into the Democratic
camp by serving notice on tho organiza
tion hero that unless Frank K. Nebeker
Is called off In tly race for tho nomina
tion for District Attorney In tho district
composed of Cache, Box Elder and Rich,
they will not send delegates to tho dis
trict convention, nnd further that In case
Nebeker Is rammed down their throats
they will not organize for tho campaign.
In other words, if Nebeker Is not with
drawn they will not play.
The matter has reached Its acuto stage, j
and has been passed up to National Com
mitteeman Perry for solution, this mis
sion being tho occasion of Dick Davis's
recent visit to Salt Lake City. Mr. Davis
is credited with saying to Nebeker, "If
you get tho nomination you will not bo
elected." Mr. Nobeker's friends do not
llko the Idea of withdrawing him, and
Nebeker hlmsolf feels ns though he ought
to havo another term, nnd they are urg
ing that If any one Is withdrawn It should
be Judge Hart, to make room for Nebeker
as Judge, ns Hart has had two terms and
Is now coming up for a third term, which
Is almost certain to end In defeat, as this
end of the State has twice repudiate
third term aspirants on the Democratic
ticket, and will certainly bo found doing
the same thing In tho coming election If
occasion demands It.
It seems as though tho withdrawal of
Hart will bo the solution of the problem,
as Box Elder 1s strenuous in Its demands
and mean business, and Hart can grace
fully retire after nino years. Besides,
friends of Nebeker say ho would make an
Ideal candidate for Judge.
Wells Carries Scofield Precinct.
Special to The Tribune.
SCOFIELD. Utah, Aug. 15. Tho Repub
lican precinct primary was hold hero Fri
day night. II. H , Earl and H. C. Lee
wcro elected delegates to the county con
vention, which will be held here on tho
20th Inst They were Instructed to vote
for delegates to tho State convention who
would voto for Gov, H M. Wells and Attorney-General
Breeden to succeed them
selves. The Republican primary at Win
ter Quarters elected Andrew Gilbert nnd
Jim Curtln delegates to tho countv con
vention. Jim Curtln Is a candidate for tho
Smoot Visits Jordan Stake.
Special to Tho Tribune.
WEST JORDAN. Utah. Aug. 15,-Georgo
Goff. son of Hyrum Goff, president of
Jordan stake, announced himself as a
candidate for tho Republican nomination
for Representative f,rom the south end of
Salt Lako county several days ago. Sen
ator Smoot attended the Jordan utako
APOLOGY SURPRISED 'EM.
Was Not the Kind Provo's Postuinster
Expected of McCarty.
Provo Democrat; A few days ago our
esteemed contemporary across tho way
said that when Judge McCarty received
an explanation from Postmaster Clovo he
would apologize to Mr. Clove for vhat
ho (the Judge) had said about the post
master. We take It that tho Judge's let
ter published In yesterday morning's Salt
Lako papers was tho apology. It was a
very pointed apology. - Senator
Smoot Is now undoubtedly pravlng for
dellVerincc from his inenilt. DcMolsy and
Clove. Prominont Republicans of
Provo aro very much chngrlncd over the
blunders of DoMoIsy and" Clove In the
southorn part of the State. They say It
Is materially crippling the interests of
the Republican party and placing Sena
tor Smoot before tho people In a very un
desirable light. The great question
with the Republicans in Utah this yam
is whether John C. Cutler will bo Smoot
voltcd through tho Republican convention.
Fatal Fight-in Saloon.
GOLDFIELD, Nov., Aug. 15.-W. L.
ivlllott. a saloon-keeper, shot nnd In
stantly killed Jack Madlgan nnd prob
ably fatally wounded John Hamilton.
Madlgan had repeatedly throatencd El
liott and when ho and Hamilton camo
into Llllott s saloon early UjIb morning
they started to make trouble. Elliott
cautioned the.ni nnd took hold of Hamil
ton. Madlgan drew a pistol and Elliott
grappled with him and took It away and
knocKfd him down with tho butt or it
Madlgan Jumped for Elliott again, and
tho latter shot, killing MadlKan instant
ly. Hamilton grappled with Elliott, and
during the struggle Elliott shot him twice.
Hamilton is not expected to live. .Madl
gan, It hi said, hao two brothers, wealthy
dry foods merchants of Chicago.
Promises to ie fairly
Talked Abeut Former Trips
to the "Athens of Utah"
as a Salesman.
Is Not Opposed to Agricultural Col
lege Kearn3 Has Many Friends
in Cache County.
Lognn Republican: Hon. John C. Cut
ler, tho most recent candidate for the Re
publican nomination for Governor, came
to Logan Tuesday night and remained
until Thursday morning. Mr. Cutler was
shown around by Congressman Howell
nnd other prominent Republicans, and had
the opportunity of meeting most of tho
"fluences" which mold public opinion in
this vicinity. He cprered himself as be
ing falily well pleased with tho outlook
that ho 13 certain to gather up at least a
few crumbs dropped by the other follows.
Mr. Cutler says that certain friends of
opposing candidates are hardly fair In
their representations, and was particular
ly Indignant at a report that tho A. C. of
U. must surfer In case of his nomination
and election. The A. C. of U. Is rather an
acuto thing In Cache valley, and any sug
gestion that any candidate is not Inclined
to treat tho school fairly Is calculated to
work to his great Injury, honco Mr. Cut
ler's deslro to get from under tho charge.
In sneaking of tho matter he said:
"Tno question of tho future of tho Ag
ricultural college has never como up for
consideration, and if, perchance, tho mat
ter had been broached. I must have scout
ed any suggestion of antagonism of an
Institution so worthy of the hearty sup
port of the State. 1 have never thought
of being antagonistic to It. nor have I in
timated In any way anything that could
bo construed Into an adverse expression.
In fact, I feel differently from that"
Mr. Cutler Is a clean-cut, nicely appcar
poarlng gentleman of evident capacity
and dignity to hold down the Guberna
torial chair In case of nomination and
election. From other sources we are led
lo believe that Mr. Cutler has a rather
strong following In Cache county.
Desplto tho unkind things that havo been
said of Senator Kearns by those who
choose to take his first campaign speeches
as reflecting tho general worth of the
man, It must bo acknowledged that ho
has a considerable following In Cacho
county. Many who deplore tho fact that
ho is not able to make a brilliant appear
ance when before the public, acknowledge
that ho Is unquestionably doing for Utah
all that It Is possible for any man toido.
Sonator Kearns's financial position places
him before tho bigger men of tho nation
In a most favorable light, and he Is
shrewd enough to bo diplomatic to a de
gree. That ho has a standing at tho seat
of Government is hardly denied . by his
enemies, and many formerly red-eyed
against him arc at least much milder In
HOT FROM THE SUN.
Politics in Sevier County as Seen by
the Sun Doctor.
Richfield Sun: Both Wells and Ham
mond aro developing unexpoctcd stmegth
In their race for tho Republican
nomination for Govornor, and Smoot's
man Friday may after all fall to
land tho prize, From every
southern county In Utah comes cheering
assurance that voters understand the
present political situation and are not
going to be doctored with any sort or
salvo sent out from Smoot headquarters.
James ChrlstlanHon Is the only man be
ing thought of as a candidate for State
Treasurer, and voters will stay with him
to a man. It begins to look as if Mr.
Christiansen will be nominated by ac
clamation In tho State convention.
D. N. Straup. the' eminent attorney of
Salt Lako City, will be a candldato for
Judge of the Supreme Court, in the Re
publican State convention which meots
in Zlon August 25. Mr. Straup has a
Stato reputation. IIo is one of tho ablest
attorneys in Salt Lako City. If he desires
tho nomination for Supremo Judgo It will
go to him. Ills name will add strength
and luster to tho State ticket, Not
long ago the whole nation was excited
over and interested in an Investigation
that was going on In Washington. No
remember that that investigation is not
closed and what does this all mean. Reed
Smoot's dictation that the delegates who
go to the next Republican State conven
tion shall voto so and 90. that no favors
will bo shown or granted anybody, and
that they may as well stay at home unless
they can go there and vote for Cutler and
tho other candidates on the slato of "tho
organization" so cnlled; or In other words
bo In line with the Smoot machine. Thii
is the way the henchmen of the Smoot
machine who are now scouring this part
of tho Stato talk to us. It don't sound
good. We all down this way are coins
to vote for Jim Christiansen for Stato
Treasurer and we would, most of us hko
to vote for Wells and a few others of the
boys who are not on the Smoot cut-and-drled
JUAB WILD GO REPUBLICAN.
Gratifying Reports From Former
Eureka Rcportor: There is every reason
to beliovo that there will ho a big Re
publican majority In Juab county at tho
coming election. NcphI, the county seat,
can always bo relied upon to bring in a
good majority for tho Republicans, nnd
the Democrats havo been losing their
strength In Eureka and other TlntSc
camps for the past six years. The city
election here last year shows conclusively
V-e Eueka People aro going to voto
ntl.lso,vemt)C Mammoth and Robinson
will bo In tho Republican column, an 1 tho
other small towns will w doubt dp the r
fibnre toward placing Juab countv In lino
with the State ancf nation. Because of
r..?SaUm o su,cccas on election day
there will be a spirited rivalry for- tho
various nominations on the Renublic-in
county ticket, but as soon L ine nomi
nating convention does Its work overy
Republlcan in tho county will get out and
hustle for the entire ticket it iT hi
kind of spirit that wins tho victories
State Auditor C. S. Tlngey v'hn
dldate for the nomlnaiion' for tho U0mce
of Secretary of Stato on tho Republican
ticket, was in Eureka on a political mis"
slon last Saturday. Mr. Tlngey was for
m r,Sldent .f NephI and has a largo
nr mnrLacquaJntances m "lis section
of the county who wou d be nlou-?oii tn
seo him land the nomination The
?.?ubV,ran "omlnatlon ror County Attor
ney will go 10 cither Henry Adams or
couiuvseit01-. B.0t'r aro' lents ot the"
county seat. .Hans J. Hassell. pres
ent County Commissioner, will 1 vc no
opposl on for renomJnation; in fact thS
Republicans of tho county bcllevo that
his splendid record during Iho tlmn iivti
he lus boon in offlco eJuTtlel hlin o al -himri?rJn'
artf wlllslat on nominating
Lin ' m ',3 qult0 Probable that Mr. Has-
iSS S ternlCnt,Crca lhe !natfon
TO EiEiA j
Park Pitchers j
' Hard, j
Large Crowd Attends j
Gama far the Arnateaj
Ames nnd Crawford 1ma
Special to Tho Tribune l
EUREKA. Aug. ' 13,-Eurcki JB
Park City by a score of NT toe alt?'
ball grounds Sunday n the
tho series of games for the Staff!
pionship. The excursion trala fm
City and Salt Lako over th S
Westorn did not reach Eureka otQ
3:0-3 in tho afternoon, tho engiuy
been unablo to mako tlmo in t
between hero and Mt. Ncbo. fw!
ly it was 1:30 when the garric f5"r3
was almost dark before the nlSS
had been played C tla
Crawford, the Park City C!m,,'
batted out of the pox In the
and Ames of Salt Lakr, took
lie w?s also an easy mark for (Sv
Tho local team outplayed th
throughout tho game. Thems.ri
tended by fully icco peophTj
spor3 did not overlook a inu, ,T,
City money Several hunted
changed hands. Score by Innlnjj-
Kureka ...1 1 1 0 S l 1 il
Park City "...0 0 0 2 4 0 0 1
, Batteries Ernest Hcuaer aid i,
Heuser for Eureka; Crawford w
Ryan for Park City '
Hlts-off Heuser. 10. oft Crawford
Ames. 1. Struck out b Heavy t
Crawford. 1; by Ames, 1. FlrM
balls off Heuso 3. off Crawfori 7
Ames, 5 Hit by pitched ball-CruJ
Butterlleld and Mancsse of ti't
McP'arland of Eureka Double" tfitj
hit. Ernest Heuser, Douglas t 8
Homo runs Hahn, King and Ta
Eureka: Donovan of Park Cm r
base-hits King of Eureka Tss 1,
hits Soldier Cook of Eureka, ii'
bases Eureka 6. Pnrk City 10
Next Sunday the same tearlu -flat
Park City and an oxcurMn !'
from Eureka to that camp.
RALPH GRANGE IS
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 15. The autozalfci
motor cyclo races at the Wete a
fair grounds Sunday were poorly atja
less than 00 people being in attei
Tho races. In the main, were sxi
star event being the five rnlb biz
which was won bv Ralph Gra,a
ing Raymond's prize-winning Fo."4 3
withstanding the Ions handicaps
Grange, tho clever driver, bjr
handling of his machine, pafjoi'
wholo bunch and von In a walk.
The motor cyclo race betvfre to
and Staloy was also class an! tKfc
although the tlmo was slow !
At tho close Grange went amllaioi
tlmo In his Ford, tlnlshlng- in 13. fi;
The Summary. j
Flvc-mlle auto William Cortex,
Sharraan's St Louis, won: C-J
Wlnton, second. Time. 102 i-. i 1
Match motor race, two mile beiAS
two In three Gunn won in stnikKtS
Staley second. Time. 4:23-4:57 3-1
Special event one mile raolK.cjiW
lock for track record. Time, MlijBj
Three-mile match auto "-f-B
won, Cummlngs second. TInse, B
FlYC-mllo handicap auto raee-ffEM
Ford, won: Cortez, St. LofH
Cummlngs. Wlnton, third, htiA
dllac. fourth. Time, 0:37,
GOLF MATCH FOR ;
Overlands of Denver H37 Cca
This City Some Time ta
Negotiations arc now on bt;
Overland Club golfers ot Denver -;
link artists of the Country ci
match to bo played in this 'ft
next month. Major Downe. a ,
of tho Overland club, U vWIW
city, and an effort Is being rai
cure a match between the mo o- ,
tlons. , . ,1.. nt;
If tho deal goes through H
team will come to this cit j
during tho month of ScptemM
Overland club has anions "A,1-
r me golf players of National
tlon, including Fairbanks, M jft,
ured pioinlently In many 3l'tju
naments. The local Plc, ,hC
the advantage of being o" '
links, and would probably P':&
tho visitors a good run tor arsi
Rapid Squirrel. -M
Two young men. evident
country, were watching tne ' H
an electric fan, without Jo,Rlht0 J
thov ever saw. when one 01
heard to exclaim to th 0 o
Bill, did you ever see a Mn
that before?" '
CHARGED WITH FRAUD-M
Boston Stockholder Is Sued for
Hundred Thousand. A
DENVER. Colo. Aufr rJJM
week's session, of tho s brJrJy
company has ended in " isstW
actions In the Federal court
G. II Suffa. a Boston si oe
1300.000 damages. Wll IW mriM
president, and M C- LfcVjK M
and treasurer of I o c fjr tuV
complainants. Each a,cwr.
allgod defamation of cnaij (0ba
are based on charge 'ISC prc,;
mado by Suffa tljff
conversation to thee f
fleers named ,we&nt
blows acts In the manag" Uqm
pany as a gls "Vnt o'-f, &
stockholders for tl e bonci tm .'i.
and favored je$a la &
the company is Ion,eU H