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1 J;';J, Friday, August 26, 1904.
jfj; J! In the struggle for the Governorship,
' L the nntl-Cutler people won everything
(' p except the nomination.
I J: $ Anyway, the convention did the right
Hf ! ' jl, I thing in the Governorship fight when It
H ,:j everted a flood of seconding speeches.
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, J' jj j 1 Senator Rid,eout made a very good
f , ' kJ j speech for Cutler, but the really effec-
' (i tlve talking for him had already been
, ;!. i' Judge Colburn forgot an Important
j j. pjirt of his speech, as he said nothing
. ft about, the delights of life In a certain
' '': h suburb.
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jij'i Delegates who forget their pledges
(' I , i have the excuse that it is difficult to re-
l I ; ' member things when there Is so much
V ' 'i I excitement,
i U Among the things conclusively shown
, jr, J by the Governorship fight is the one
l ' i! ih , , that a few votes at the critical moment
1 j l( V, ' are extremely important.
u ; On his tour over the State,; Mr, Cutler
i ; caji combine businejag with plcasure-r-
j M S the business of campaigning, with -the
'I' I ' pleasure of selling' goods.'"
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'Lf Friends of Cutler who boasted that he
, :! & had a whole lot of votes more than
' ; I enough wish to ray that In some emer-
' . I; t gencles eight votes are a whole lot,
' ' ',! Those who foresaw that Cutler, or
' . 'I AVello, or Hammond would bQ nomi-
, ' "j nated are in a position to say that they'
' jj ;: knkw all the time' what the outcome
1 R Kj , -
1 ,CutIer prophets who predicted the
' ' lv no'mina'tion of their condldate on' the
I jt first ballot now remember that ' they
1 d" j really intended to say that he would
, ' M on second. . i '
I :' !,,' Vfhy should it be surprising If some
! ' ' I statements, that camo from the Cutler
1 i'i ' '!?! , headquarters were made out of whole
! ' lij cloth, when the candidate had -such a
1 i !j 1 hig cu'pply of woolen goods?
i ,; General Kuropatltin'a telegram to the
. Cj5ar that the Russian army "Is gladly
' anticipating meeting the foe" is cruelly
' ,i ., t t interpreted to mean that this gladness
I ; ic caused because the meeting will en-
1 (i jjj I able the army to edge away again a Ilt-
''I 'J 'I tlci way toward home.
. The Portland Oregonlan notee edito-
l ' rially that "Oregon has shared with the
l' States of the Middle West and North -
I t west this year, a season of unusual
I j'j'l drought." It Is singular Indeed that this
1 'j, .'jd la so. for Utah has had a season of
' much more than average precipitation;
i ;VA and that ims come in )arge part from
( il ' the. Pacific ocean, right over the States
i''lU that have been thus afflicted with
. ii l drought,
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I 'V'fjji The Democratic claim that the flnan-
! 1 i ( h clal question is not an issue In this
'ffrt campagn does not in fact mean that it
V 'Jj:S is no longer an Issue, but that the Dem-
. I ), f ccrats want to dodge It. The fact that
, ' ;v J among themselves it Is the burning
j 1 jtv! ,ssue is attested by the truth that
I ' '.! they could not agree on It, and also by
' Jillli; tne assurance that the Democratic
( j ;, hJIPj; Congress will surely take it up when-
i , " 'jfii g evgr the' set an opportunity, to the
j ! ji jt lasting" injury of the county.
! , : I Ilussia; in 6rderlng the disarmament
I ' i 'Sj H of the cr,lIaer Askold and the torpedo-
' '- j hoat destroyer Grozovoi, in the port of
H( I I i' iJl i Shanghai, explains - that she would
H; , '''!M' k haVe Issucd thc ordor t0 disarm them
Hi ' I before, only that she was waiting for a
1 1 1 , i j definite agreement between China and
H'M ' j' Japan which would insure' their protec-
" ' 7 1 JpJ jj tlon against seizure by Japan after
;,fj they had disarmed. This, besides being
i ' ,j 4' H a gratuitous slap In the face for China
! , j .jij B and a mean-spirited ning at Japan,
s j Jfl puts the disarmament on a wrong basis
l' I 'If1 ''J altogether. For. it la made on Russia's
)1 ' 4 j order and not on China's; and the prln-
If l1'1 t m i 1 clPlG It recognizes is not that the ofll-
' cers of the neutral port have tho right
Hj ' j i l I n8 and authority to order the dlsarma-
' lit! 1 f 'Isi ment, but thatthis Is made only on the
if W lf a order of the power owning the vessela.
31 ' '' ill M Tt' 80 was the muter conducted at the
H' ,' iftSi German port of Klau Chau; there the.
Hi '' 'I P 'j German officials ordered the'dlsarma-
ment of the Russian battleship Czare
vitch, and to make nssurance doubly
sure, they removed her ammunition to
the Gcrmnn arsenal. There was no
talk about waiting for orders from
Russia on cither side; the neutrality of
the port wa3 enforced, and enforced in
the- proper manner. The contrast Is
significant, not only of ' Russia's' con
tempt for China, but of her .sense of
helplessness when facing a first-class
power. ,Hor course in the one . case
was that of a bully that felt his power;,
in the other, that of a coward that .felt
the power of thc other fellow, v.
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, -THE NATIONAL ISSUE, j
Our Democratic friends continue to!
Insist that Roosevelt Is the Issue 'In
this campaign. That is glory enough
for the Republicans. They could desire
nothing belter. Rqosevelt Is a typical,
aggressive American. He is illustrious
ns a statesman, as an author, as a mov
ing force in the- regeneration of the,
American navy, as an aggressive, fight
ing patriot, as a world figure, who is
known among the nations of the earth
more intensely and more Immediately
than any President we have ever had.
lie Is active, energetic.- never ceasing
in his Investigation and treatment of
any subject or question until he has
threshed it out. He is above all a lover
of his country, a brilliant patriot. Un
der his control the administration of
affairs' of this country has taken on a
new vigor, a more complete American
Ism. No more Is the Monroe doctrine
questioned among the nations, nor will
It be as long as his policies prevail.
When Great Britain and Germany
showed a disposition to go too far In
their raid on Venezuela, he spoke a
word of caution, suggesting arbitration
of the claim which formed the basis of
the attack on the South American
nation. The aggressors ceased their
warfare and followed Roosevelt's di
When Colombia, after having sought
the canal treaty with this country, con
temptuously refused to ratify it, seeing
a possible chance for the plunder of thc
canal company, the indefinite -delay of
the construction of the canal, and un
limited booty from any company or
power which would ever undertake to
pierce the isthmus' with a water way,
President Roosevelt exhibited infinite
patience; but when that same buccan
eering Colombia undertook to say that
tne people or Manama snouiu not nave
their liberties, he firmly told all con
cerned that they could fight all they
pleased, but that they must not use
the canal zone along which this country
had guaranteed peaceful eommenrce,
for their fighting jjround. That iot
only stopped ' Colombia's unwarranted
attempt at massacrje.iaj)d oppression,;
but Insured the .construction of the
canal, which will bo the .glory of this
country, .not only In thc present, but
for all time.
Author, statesman patriot, Roosevelt
not dnly deserves, well of all his coun
trymen, but is an' example to all young
men of the brilliant career open to all
who by study,' persistence and love of
country determines to serve well their
fellow-citizens: His fame Is secure,
and his election is as sure as the sun to
rise on. the Sth day "of Novembor next.
' Nor must the Hon. C. W. Fairbanks
be left out of this account A states
man of 'ripe scholarship and experience,
a trusted leader and able public man,
playing a distinguished part In every
station he has been called upon to filf,
he Is a patriot and man of worth every
where and at alf times.
The people of the country can safely
rest their affairs in tho hands of these
Illustrious leaders. And It Is certain
that they will do it, thereby honoring
themselves and protecting every in
terest they hold dear.
THE OUTLOOK IN NEVADA.
It is to be harder sledding than ever
for the Democrats in Nevada this
year. In the Presidential election of
1900 they, had a majority of 1713 In a
total vote' of ll,31o,'The vote will proba
bly be considerably more this year, for
a good many new' voters will be added
In Tonopah, in Goldfield, and In the
southeastern part of the State, the lat
ter caused by the construction of the
San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lako
railroad. It is practically sure that a
very large preponderance of the added
vote will be Republican.
To help the chance of the Repub
licans may be reckoned the organiza
tion of the Populist wing of the Sliver
party, which was kicked out of the
fusion between' the Silverltes and the
Democrats in their convention. This
organization was effected at Winne
mucca yesterday, by, the forty-five un
seated delegates, and they will make a
spirited canvass for the Watson and
Tibbies electors. It is a reasonable
guess that Nevada will take her right
ful place In the Republican column this
Artificial rubles are made by the
Chemist Verneull," by melting a mixture
of clay and oxide of chromium at an
even temperature of several -thousand
degrees, the substances being placed
above each other in layers so as to pre
vent cracking In the crystallzed mass.
In order to produce the extraordinarily
high temperature needed, ho uses
a blast of oxyhydrogen gas, which acts
directly on the mass from the top. The
hardness of the ruby is the result of
quick coolirg caused by sudden stop
page of the application of the heat.
The ruby produced In this manner Is
said to, be very pure and brilliant, 'pos
sessing all the physical properties of
natural rubles; It can be cut, and takes
.a very fine polish. It is stated that
Verneull has succeeded In producing an
artificial ruby of the weight of five
pound's; which is 'valued at about SGOO.
Rut In reporting these facts, the Hon.
Richard Guenther, Consul-Gcneral at
Frankfort, Germany, makes tho com
ment that "It seems singular that "tho
artificial rubles have no higher value,
especially as the natural article Is so
exceedingly high-priced at present."
The difference 13 no doubt purely one of
sentiment, for If the artificial take3 on
all tho properties of the natural, there
Is no reason why it should not be worth
POLITICAL MUR9ER IN MISSOURI. '
Joseph W. Folk, the Democratic can
didate for Governor of Missouri, Is In a
pickle. The Democratic bosses of that
State let hini be, nominated, to be sure,
though he had convicted a good many
of their number of bribery and corrup
tion in the most felonious forms. But
In order to make the harrow pass over
him, they put on the ticket for the
other State offices, some of the most
odious of the gang, with the Intent to
make him "lake his medicine." The
Idea got out, however, that he wouldn't
take it; that in fact he was In revolt
nnd wouldn't even vote thc straight
Democratic ticket, though he himself is
at the head of It. And then the bosses
began to nag at him to say whether he
would or not. If he said he would, that
would both belittle and belie his pro
fessions and his work In cleansing the
Stale of boodle and pblitical crime; if
he wouldn't, then the purpose was to
read him out of the party and try to
put some other man at the head of the
Senator Stone was among the most
active Id the effort to "smoke Folk out"
and make him declare himself, charg
ing him, in effect, with disloyalty to thc
ticket and to the party. But Folk de
clined to be "drawn," and declared that
he was running for Governor on the
Democratic platform, which Is sails
factory to him; and he rasplngly refers
to Stone as "gliding around" bent on
mischief. Thc reply is not considered
satisfactory l)y "the machine," and th6
bosses are demanding, that he make
specific and direct answer to the ques
tion, "Will you support the ticket, And
every man on it?" Folk makes no re
ply, but it is generally understood that
If he were to reply frankly and candid
ly to the query, his answer would have
to bo an emphatic "No!"
It Is a very pretty quarrel as It
clnnrlc civil TTVllr It, in K or. t
mendously knifed by the machine gang
that his defeat would bo sure. In that
event, Parker would no doubl be beat
en also Iir Missouri, for the Democrats
of that Slate have not the slightest ad
miration for "thc second Cleveland;"
they, remember Dick Bland and the
dose" ho got from Cleveland the first,
and are in no humor to stand, any non
sense on a wishy-washy platform that
means nothing at all. The Interest of
the country Is likely to be centered on
Missouri for a while; for, though there
be .fights on In other States among fac
tions of Republicans or Democrats as
the case may be, In Missouri it is a case
of clear throat-cutting and murder.
A THREADBARE STORY.' '.,
It was probably Inevitable that a
Glory would start that the Czarina had
not given birth to an heir .to thc throne,
but that "the usual girl" had come
along, and a boy was surreptitiously
substituted, with the .climax that
this boy was' "the son of a peasant."
Why this should bo thought a good
thing to do, when so many nobles would
be glad to have a son of their own sub
stituted in this way, does not appear,
save only that it adds popular zest to
Why this substitution of a son was
not made before, and the risk of three
girls in close succession taken is not
explained, nor yet how such a thing
could be done, in tho presence of so
many and such alert witnesses. It Is
the practice in the courts of Europe,
and In Russia more rigidly than else
where, to take such precautions in cases
of this kind to make legitimacy abso
lutely sure, that Imposture Is not now
to be considered: this because of the
kingly tradition, and also because the
next In line of succession would tolerate
no doubt upon this point.
The story, moreover. Is pitifully
cheap; It is altogether shopworn, lack
ing in every element of Inyentlve acute
ness .nnd vigor, It Is, in fact, the worst
of rubbish, not worth a moment's attention.
In noting an attempt which is making
to show that Judge Parker Is a man of
so fine a sense of political obligation
that he could hot remain silent when
there was a shadow of possibility that
his real position on the gold question
could be misunderstood, and therefore
he sept his belated telegram, the Mil
waukee Sentinel scouts the notion, and
sums ud his case in these biting and
truthful words: "It is Impossible to
point to oven one incident 'In the record
he has made since his campaign for the
nomination opened that can be used In )
corroboration of the telegram to estab
lish the soundness of the position that
an independent, hpnest spontaneity
called It out. Tho Judge evaded thc
point whon he Journeyed to the South
to talk on the Fourteenth amendment
to the Federal Constitution last year;
he dodged the same point In his speech
of acceptance; he straddled the tariff
Issue In the same speech; he took both
sides of the trust question; he con
demned the Republican Philippine pol
icy and outlined a policy of his own
that is precisely in line with tho one
adopted by thc Republican administra
tions under McKinley and Roosevelt."
And every render of current eventa
knows that this is but a plain recital
of well-known facts.
EATING AGED FOOD.
From thc Philadelphia Inquirer.
Dr. Wiley, who has conducted for tho
Agricultural department so many ex
periments with foods of various sorts,
principally on members of the regular
army, who- thinks that men can live on
concentrated foods or acids, and even
feels that air may be too strong for
some stomachs, has just provided an
other lest which he thinks will be In
teresting. It will especially to those
volunteers who are asked to try the diet
he hns prepared for them. Imprimis,
there are a lol of turkeys which died
prematurely nine years ago and which
are now considered "ripe." These are
not to be fed to the starvation squad
until they have been examined by chem
ists to see that their stay in cold Ptor
age has not resulted in any deteriora
tion or lack of nutriment. It is under
stood that thc examination Is to be pure
ly scientific, and that smells do not
count in deciding whether such Thanks
giving. offerings are to bo eaten or noL
We understand the experiments
to be undertaken are for the purpose of
determining whether food can properly
-be kept in storage for a long time.
RHYMES OF THE DAY.
This latest news from Russia now
Tho poets will employskl
To make, betimes, their funnv rhymes
Of "Joyslcl" and of "boyskl."
There waa a composer who chose
To compose himself to compose;
But a snap-shotter came
Butting into the game
And saying: "I want you; come pose'
Chicago Record Herald,
a a a
The meat trust and tho coal trust make
Such havoc that you can't o'erlook It,
For If you have tho price of steak
You can't aiTord the coal to cook It.
"Some folks with 'airs' Just mako mc
Said cranky Mr. Bingham,
"I mean tho folks who put them on
And also thoso who sing 'cm."
On tho Yacht
Ho had Just made his proposal.
With his heart at her disposal, .
She sat staring ai thc fo'sall,
While they drifted on to lee;
They were far upon tho ocean
When ho voiced his deep devotion, .
So excuse hot mlxod emotion,
For thc girl was all at sea.
New York Herald
It Isn't thc thing you do or say,
Jt's all In the way you do or say It;
What would thc egg amount to, pray,
If tho hen got up on thc porch to lay It?
WERE JOY TO COME.
Wora Joy to come, and oay, so tenderly.
"Dear friend. I have a little hour for thee.
And thou, 1 know, hast long had need for
The whole of life would thrill In that brlof
jluo pusi lorgoucn, inougn us coiu, ueau
Might catch a glamour from this later
And I should say, O "Joy, thy feet were
I put my hand In thine, and whither go
I know not, nor. rojolclng. care to know."
Charlotte Elizabeth Wells, In Smart Set.
fs. O. ESTl
H Undertaker & Embalmer.
Wt Open All Night. Tel. 364. K
213 State St., Salt Lake City, z
Watery defeneration defines
the condition which makes many alleged
securities Indigestible. Those who aro
making good money and those who havo
anything left of the good money thoy onco
had, aro Invited to Insurance, Endow
ments and Annuities. 55th year, doing
business In 33 States. National Llfo Ins.
Co o Vt. (Mutual.) Geo. D. Ader, Gen
eral Manager, 201-203 McCornlck Block,
Salt Lako City, Utah
Mday, Awg. 29
Prkos, 25c to $B.5Q
Seat Sale Tomorrow.
UAW.-.,"!iry77T?i-mU.ij jv.:.-., i iu t-ji
v Should 1
ilJl y Dental
I 0 Work.
J BECAUSE we guarantee our work. I
BECAUSE you know in advance I
; Just what ydur work will cost
t BECAUSE we have Introduced '
I Eastern prices and arc doing the C
' best of work at less cost than the n
, old-timer. ;
; Full set of teeth 5.00
; Gold crowns. 22-k 5.00 j
Gold fillings J1.00 up
! Silver fillings GOc up !
Painless extraction guaranteed, s
i1 Hours S;30 to C:30. Lady attendant.
Our reference, your bank. n
I 128 MAIN" -STREET. i
The Modern Store. Moderate Prices for Everybody.
In our appeals we seek to convince, you of both the
truth and the importance of what we have to say.
frfe' Ar i iuip)I if IRm Aafeil
They are made of fine lawn, """"V. CD
with tucked back and front, ag f C -j s
well as being trimmed with-two I J j f r C
rows of wide embroidery. "-"") ) J I j I C
Worth 1.75 You can have w vSlW
them for v-
These are odds and ends of our Spring and Summer
dresses and suits, all of which arc made of linens, lawns and
organdies. As long as they n
last they will be sold at a sac- QP I (3
I There Are Nom "3mi As Good5 p
i insist On Having
j The Original Nut Masses Candy- j
I SOLD EVERYWHERE SN !Oc PACKAGES, f
j SWEET CANDY o9 j
I Manufacturers. i
lmm Imaginary Economy
Somc People pay more than a piano
'kVSI 1s v,'orth to be sure lt is rlsht' Insur"
ritf-l v"'"fflWc anco is a pleasant name for that. Other
WM- PePle Pay less than a piano is worth to
(hSiMi be sure k ls cheaP; a wnste 0f money.
yffefe? Y0U W,U "nd our prlces just rlSht and
tenTs to suit you.
I rfiS' Vai1sant & Chamberlain,
teML4WiMl 51 AND 53 MAIN.
; When you want anything- in a huiry from us, call f
5 up 365 and the first man you talk to is the man to
prdcr from. His name is Nelson tell him what you
,vant, how much of it, and how quick you want it. 1
J (You'll get it just that way. '
RIEGER & LINDLEY,
"The Whiskey Merchants."
And In tho eamo otraln.
Trying to awaken public Interest In the
Antl blowing our own horn whilo doing It.
If there a a Job to bo done, about your
p ace don't have lt done by tho cheapest
plumber unles3 you know he's tho best J
and ho can't ver,y well bo that if hla
prices are much below tho ordinary.
Wre charge Talr prices, but do superior'
work and uso thc best material. Couldn't
promlao more than that If wo talked all
day. , . f
1. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 Eaat First South. Telephone 752.
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TP W. ird Sou'th. Salt Lnlcn city. I
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knocks look pj
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