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I BUNDAT MORNING, SEPT?EBEB 4 ,,.'1
I page two THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. gf
I PAT'S PERMIT "
IS SE() ESTEI)
I To Publish That Little
I Did Letter.
H He Does Not Grant it, How
ever, but Issues a
Tribune Respectfully Asks for Mr.
Lannon's Written Consent, and Is
Reminded of a Stoiy.
The Desoret Evening News ol Aug.
27 contained tho following;
"The Hon. P. II. Lannan, former own
or of The Tribune, on being asked who
he favored as United States Senator, Is
represented' as saying, 'Any man on
eartlj who can beat Tom Kearns.' '
The Tribune of August ?S, comment
'lng on that clipping said:
"If Mr." Lannan will give The Tribune
written permission to publish a letter
1 written to him by Judge C. C. Good
' win on August 23, 1902, which was shorl
; ly after Mr. Lannan sold The Tribune.
1 k copy of which letter Is In possession
of this paper. The Tribune will guar
1 ' amee that the public will have no fur
ther Intcrc?t in the question as to who
Hj Mr. Lannan favors in the Senatorial
The reader will note that The Tribune
not only asked permission, but written
permission to publish that letter. It
had a purpose in asking written per
mission. Even If Mr. Lannan had given
Verbal authority to publish. theMetter
would not have been published. It there
, fore, to fortify Itself, demanded pcr
mission over Mr. Lannana signature.
Hl Written permission not having been
B' given, that should have satisfied all
Now comes Mr. Lannan In. last even
tag's Dcseret News and darea Tho
Tribune to publish that famous letter.
The Tribune did not ask for a dare, it
asked for written permission, nothing
more, and nothing lesa It is as if a
child passing by a beautiful flower gar
den should chance to ask the proprietor
the privilege of culling one of the
choicest flowers that grew therein and
the owner should petulantly reply, "I
Hl dare you to pluck It!"
How harsh and unnatural such a re
B ply would be.'
A kind-hearted and gentle proprietor
B would have oald; "No, my child, I am
Hf very sorry I cannot grant your re
Hr quest as that flower is a daisy so rare
B that I cannot bear even the thought of
fl ' parting with IL Run along, now, little
And so when the Deserct News says:
"It Is a noteworthy fact that the letter
B in question has not been published.
B The probabilities are that tt never wlil
B be. If it is there will doubtless be
B 'something doing In a direction that
The Tribune never dreamed of," It mere
ly makes The Tribune think of the un
B feeling and unprosalc proprietor of the
garden, who, when Implored by the
H pViIIH fnT n rtnr.v hlnffpH H with n rinrp.
Fred J. Klesel, the popular Ogden
Democratic leader, pays "he will not be
a candidate for Governor. He tnanks
hte friends for their interest in him,
but says the political bee has not been
It is probable he will bs placed on the
electoral ticket next week.
J. F. Toiton of Beaver, whose name
has appeared in tho list of Democrats
who may be honored by tho State con
vention next week. say3 he has no such
aspirations. Speak.ng of the suggestion
that he would mak good1 material for
Secretary of State. Mr. Tollon says:
"While I regard' th mention of my
name for ari honor well worth the seek
ing, my busincso interests preclude my
giving the matter serious considera
tion." Members of the Young Men's Repub
lican club resent the charge made by a
morning paper that the club Is directed
by those who hope to accomplish
through it the nomination and election
of Bpt-cial candidates.
National Committeeman C. E, Loose,
was In the city yesterday from Provo.
The Socialist meeting at Federation
hall tonight will be addressed by Joeeph
Gilbert on "Tho IsBues of the Cam
paign," There -will be a meeting of tho La-
dies' Democratic club at the clubrooms
t in tho Atlas block Wednesday. Several
prominent Democrats will address the
One of the members of the Rcpubll
1 can National committee; has written to
Senator Thomas Kearna to the effect
j that Senator Kivute Nelson of Minne-
1 sota would visit Utah during the pres.
ent campaign, provided, Senator Kearns
B could arrange matters.
The Republican State committee has
been completely organized. Chairman
f Spry having announced tya selection of
Hf1 Allen T. Sanford for secretary and the
Executive George M. Cannon, C. "W.
f Morse, James T. Hammond, John C.
Graham, William Glaamann, H. E.
Booth and E. H. CalUster.
f Flrrar.es C J. iW.dbuiy. r. 6. Wc-
Cornick, David Ecclea. Thomas R. Cut
ler, Frank Knox, W. F. James, M. H.
i Walker and David Keith.
i The Democratic barbecue planned by
Hlj i the Young Men's Democratic club for
Salt Palace for September 27 will be
made a social affair, In which members
Bj of all parties will bo invited to particl-
fll pale. At night a popular Eastern Dcm-
ocratlc speaker will address the crowd
B 1 from tfie center of the saucer track.
Hl j ' In an interview today with the State'
B Superintendent of Public Instruction A,
! C. Neleon, a Tribune reporter ukcd
B ; Mr. Nelson whether or not he Intended
to take the stump during the present
political campaign. Superintendent Nel
son promptly answered in the negative,
, Htating that .schotfimasters should not
oc brought into partisan 7olitics.
B "AVhen Dr. John R, Park and Dr. K.
G. Macser were contending candidates
for election to the office of State Su-
perintendent of Public instruction,''
said he, "they ugreed to take no active
part in politics. Thlti. agroomont they
"When the Democratic nominee
named", I shall inform him of my vlowa
In regard to this question."
A Sanpete county Republican lello the
following story; ,
"A drummer from Utah county who
was a Cutler delegate to the Stato con
vention visited a store in Falrview the
other day and asked the merchant if he
could not handle ten or a dozen boxes
of Walker Foap. .
"The merchant looked lonesome for a
moment and then replied: 'No, I can
not gle you an order for Walker soap,
but If you can cell me some Cutler soap
which Is guaranteed to- heal sores and'
clean Smooth dirty linen, you can put
me down for fifty boxes.' "
Col. Sam Newhouse will return from
his trip abroad on tho 20th and a flue
welcome will be given him by the mem
bers of the Young Men'a Domocratlc
club. He will preside over the publlp
meeting at tho Salt Palace on the 27th,
when a prominent Democrat will speak.
Friends to Rulon S. Wells, who Is to
-be presented lo tho Democratic Stato
convention as a enndidato for tho nom
ination for Governor, began an active
canvass for delegates for him yester
day, and It Is their Intention to carry
tho fight Into tho
Shaping primaries n e x t
TTr. for Tuesday night. Mr.
Up for s , m 3 e j f,
Convention. wn,le Wuilng to
make nn aggres
sive campaign If nominated, ho says
he docs not feel that he should make
a personal, campaign for the nomina
tion, Mr. Wells's attitude in this respect
is so different from that of his dis
tinguished brother, the Governor, that
It was commented on not a little by
the politicians yesterday. He says It
Is his conviction that such a nomina
tion should not be sought.
Four names will probably be pre
sented to tho convention nnd urged by
competent and eloquent speakers.
They are In addition to Mr. Wells.
William M. Roylancc of Provo. Aqullla
Nebeker of Cache and Rich counties,
and James H. Moylc of Salt Lake. Pos
sibly John Dern will be brought for
ward, but since the mining man does
not encourage his admirers to make a
flght for him, his nomination is not
Moyle men will glv considerable at
tention to the Salt Lake county pri
maries, and it Is believed he has a fair
chance of getting a majority of tho
. - tttii ..ill) .IniiKHnoo nllnn'
UUIUbUlt'O. M UllO "111 muuuv.' .v..-..,
with a large number, with Roylancc
third and Nebeker bringing up tho
rear. At loaet this Is the way it stacks
up to somo of the Democrats of this
city who ought to know.
Of the delegates so far selected on
the outside the instructed ones Moyle
leads largely. He has the best general
organization. He is supposed to have
more money than John C. Cutler, but
there are not as powerful men in his
camp to make him "lot go of it" as
the woolen man was compelled to face.
In other words. Mr. Moyle is not an
easy one, and this Is one reason he fs
opposed for the nomination.
Plans for holding tho Democratic
primaries for Salt Lake county Tucs
dav evening are about complete. Somo
of "the Salt Lake Democrats feel that
a good representation will be had
throughout tho city and county and
Democrats arc bc
Salt Lake County '"S urSe1 to turn
TiftmnprnHp out because of the
Democratic that w,u be
Primaries. put ln tne old car.
,cas3 if the primar
ies are well attended.
Following Is a partial list of the vot-
1 uy East Eleventh South, Laugnran a
2- Resldcnce S. W. Alley, !M South
Eighth East . t
(-RMlilnn Tt. F. Collctt. 737 South
Sixth East. t.
5 Residence John Halvorsen, 7o6 South
6 City and county building, room 1 basc-
7 Residence J. M. Cohen. -107, Second
& Residence John Holt, 4M East Fifth
0 Residence James Mlors, 651 East
Fourth South. .
32 Rpsldoncc J. W. Cunnlngton, 115 West
IS Residence Frank Davison, S30 South
First West. , . ,
34 Residence C A. Carlqulsr. 621 South
Fourth West. " , T
15 Resldenco W. C. Husband. 1125 In
jr. Oliver Pcarson'B stor?. Post Btroet.
17 Prlmarv held and Hugh Watson and
Thomas W. Grcon elected delegates.
13 Residence Thomas Winters, Second
West and Fifth South.
iO Residence C. M. Jackson, 6 Vino av
enue 1 Young Men's Democratic club.
22 Residence Thomas E. Taylor, 49 South
' 'First West.
25 Salt Lako houoe, VA South Socond
24 Residence Joseph P. Evans, 435 West
2J Residence Benjamin Gulvcr, 660 West
25 Residence J. L. Hutchinson, 913 West
27 Residence C B. Folt. 155 North Main.
) 2S Residence D. O. Wllley, Jr., 243 West
Second North. -
V Residence W. D. Ncal, 200 Center.
SO Residence S. M. Katz.
31 Resldanco Gcoreo C. Klscr.
32 Residence John H. Vincent, 175 North
33 11 North Seventh West.
34 Residences Frank Frost, -113 Jsortn
36 Residence George Stuart, 662 West Sec
20 Twenty-third ward mectlng-houeo.
37 Independent school building, Second
and A Btrectu.
35 Veteran Firemen's hall. Canyon road.
33 Residence Morris Sommor, 163 G Btreot,
40 iResldencc T. F. Thomas. 21B F streot.
41 003 Fifth street, corner I.
42 Not roportod.
13 Residence J, C- Lcary, 631 First street
44 Residence Frank Luff, 1129 Bucno
45 Rcsldenco William J. Kclnon, SOI East
40 Residence A. W. Brown, rear 2S South
Ninth East .
17 ID East Third South street.
48 Not reported.
4-lD5 South Third East
60 Room M0 Tomploton building.
M-Old City hall.
62 Offlco King, Burton & King, Commer
r.3 Waterloo cchoolhousc.
W Central schoolhouso.
CG Residence Alva S. Keller, East Mill
50 North schoolhouso,
67 Mill Crook ward bouse.
5S Thlrty-llrst district schoolhouse.
5a South Cottonwood meeting-house,
CO Murray City courtroom.
61 Not reported.
62 Big Cottonwood mccting-house.
63 Not reported.
64 Halfway hduso. Parley's canyon.
C5 Butlorvulo meollng-houBC
W Union Co-op hall.
(i7 Not reported. -, v
65 Not reported.
CO Not reported.
70 Alta, Utah.
71 Not reported.
72 Not reported.
73 Slxty-llrst district schoolhouso.
74 Not reported.
75 Not reported,
7C Not reported.
77 Sandy, Twenty-first district school-
78 Goff's ball. Bingham Junction.
70 Taylorsvllle ward mcetlng-housc.
SO Schoolhouso, upper Bingham.
j,81 and S2 Schoolhouso, lower BInKham.
IT II CACHE
Nebeker Men Hoi ioch
(Vionsen and Thoresen Con
test for Secretary State.
Democratic Convontion a Spiritless
One Endeavor Made to Heal
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Utah. Sept. 3.-Tho Demo
cratic convention at the county court
house today was fairly well attended.
The adherents to tho Cleveland-Parker
combination came early from the outer
precincts in order to mingle with the
slate-makers from tho county seat. A
great many old-time war horses weri
conspicuous by their absence. President
Joseph Morrell of Cache stake occupied
a prominent seat. Hon. Joseph Monson
held down the north wing of the large
room, while President L C. Thoresen of
Hyrum stake occupied a corresponding
position in the south end. Between
these two candidates for Secretary of
State sat the presiding ofllccrs, press
reporters and a host of delegates, so
there was not the first shadow of a
chance for the stalwarts to come to
gether. Hew Converb Present.
C. F. Olsen of Hyrum, the recent con
vert to Democracy, clean shaven and1
debonair, was present and named on
one of tho committees. II. A. Campbell,
ln a new suit looked longingly into the
Treasurer's office as the procession
passed by. Mrs. M. S. Ormsby wore her
smile with much dignity, and Davo
Murray and N. W. Crookston visited the
Sheriff's ofllco and sat in the Sheriff's
Was' Quiet Convention.
The convention was not spirited. The
only time when It looked like a scrap
was ln electing the delegates at large,
and when I. C. Thoresen tried to get a
Moyle man to withhold his motion to
adjourn. It was a Moyle convention,
the Nebeker men not being much In evi
dence. Two-thirds of the delegates were
on tho Moyle slate, said a Moylo man,
and tho Moyle contingent blocked the
Monson and Thoresen contest for county
support for SccrcUry of State by rail
roading an adjournment I. C. Thore
son claims tho delegation, for Secretory
Balm for Soro Spots.
Chairman Barber called the conven
tion to order and ln passing poured somo
healing balm on the sore spots of tho
past and asked the followers of his
party not to chide those who had been
traitors in the past. Said we had an
aggressive, arrogant party to fight, one
that possesses all wisdom and cspecl-
u.ii anibucu imiuiu iu rum, anu
above all, a party that has made few
Hoses Thatcher Speaks.
Hon. Moses Thatcher wa3 then
named as temporary chairman, and ad
dressed the convention. He talked of
the flagphlp Brooklyn. Admirals Schley
and Dewey, and said tho Democrats
would not be cooped up, but would
come out and fight ln the open battle
field. Ho charged the Republican
party with being egotistic, a party that
claims everything and conceals noth
ing. In this contest in Utah, he said,
let us bo fair, open and honest, meet
ing the people hand-to-hand and heaijt-to-heart
talks in a clean campaign. '
The various committees wero then
appi'n.tcd. and some grief was encoun
teiS' 'in Ailing up the various delega
tion. V'hc lock-ribbed Republics pre
cincts of Sterling, Trenton. Cove and
College were not roprcsenfod, and ln
other cases Logan men were drafted
ln to fill vacant chairs of outside pre
cincts. Tho permanent organization
was installed as follows- Chairman,
Frank K. Nebeker; first vice-chairman,
Mrs. Hanna Jacobson; second vice
chairman, C. F. Olsen; secretary, S. "W.
Hendricks; assistant seorotary, E. R.
Miles; chaplain, Henry Ballard; ser-goant-at-arms,
The following dolegates were elected
to the State convention: Paradise and
Avon, Samuel Oldham and John Brad
ley; alternate, E. D. Miles; Benson and
College, A- V. Reese; Clarkston,
Thomas Griffin; alternate, D. B. Bar
son; Hyde Park and Grcnvllle, Robert
Rccder, N. W. Crookston; alternates,
Hyrum I. C. Thoresen. C. F. Olsen, I.
H. Edwards; alternates, A. B. Wilson,
N. J. Nelson, Alfred Williams; Logan,
A. G. Barber, Wesley Jaques, H. G.
Hayball. Louis S. Cordon, Jed. M.
Blair, Edwin Peak, F. K. Nebeker, Ed
Hansen, Charles H. Hart, George W.
Adams. Moses Thatcher; alternates, Jo
seph Wilson, Hyrum Hayball, P. E.
Keelcr, A. S. Farr, Mrs. M. S. Ormsby;
Lcwlston, W. L. Allen, Leonard Lute;
Wellsvllle, George O. Pitkin, alternate,
Jane Molen Pitkin; Mendon and Pctcr
boro, Ed Edwards; Newton, John E.
Griffin; alternate, George Crlgby; Prov
idence, William Reading; Charles Ges
sel; Richmond, Joseph Monson, J. I.
Shepard, W, K. Burnham; alternates,
Ell Webb and George M. Thompson;
Smlthfleld, J. V. Allen, George Y.
Smith, Mrs. E. R. Miles, Jr.; alternate,
Mrs. J. V. Allen; Wellsvllle, Peter M.
Maugan and J. L. Baxter: alternates,
W. W. Jbnes, W. R. Baldwin, Dele
gates at largo, S. W. Hendricks, Rich
mond; Joseph Morrell, Logan; William
Murray of Wellsvllle.
A number of Republicans were
named as alternates ln hopes of win
ning thorn over.
Delegation From Spanish Fork.
Special to The Tribune,
SPANISH FORK. Sent. 3.-Tho Rcpub
llcang of Spanish Fork hold their prl-
S3 Not reported-
81 Not reported.
5 West district schoolhouse.
67 Not reported.
W! Central school building
W II I plil and Btore
91 With district 36.
SZ Efu-dman'B boardlng-houaa. ,
marlca here tonight and nominated tho
following: dologatco to tho county conven
tion: Honry Gardner, Gcorgo A. Hloks,
Qcorgo G. Hales, Thomas B. Joilca. Frod
orlck Lewis, D. C. Markham. Quot John
non, Judge Saxoy, Thomas Wilklno. J. II.
Snoll, W. O, Jones. Perry A. Thomas,
John T. Morgan. L. O. Lawrence, Goorgo
H. Lewis, Fred Matloy. O. W. Booth, brio
Erlckson, Mra. Willlnm O. Jones, Mrs.
Thomas Jarvla, Henry IColly, David T.
Lowls. Alternate Mra. Thomas Jarvla,
Mrs. Quot Johnson, Hemon Coltron,
Hnrry Davla. . Llewellyn Jones, Mrs.
Thomas B. Jonoa, Alma Hales. Joseph
EvniiH, Thomnn E. Williams. O. W. Munk,
W. C. llarrloon, Rusacll Bradford.
FOR MOYLE AND YOUNG.
Mnnti Delegates Favor Theso Two
Democrats for Govornor.
Special to The Tribune.
MANTI, Sept. 3. Tho Democratic coun
ty convention at Sanpoto met this after
noon at tho opera-houso in this city. A
county ticket was selected and two can
didates for the Legislature woro named.
Tlio report of the committed on creden
tials showed a total of eighty delegates
present. Representatives from Mayilcld,
lndlanola, Mllford, Fountain Green. Free
dom and Fayettto were noticeably absont
Old-lino Democratfl of former years
woro missing from tho delegation. Tho
proceedings of tho convention wore char
acterized by a seeming reluctance on tho
part of the nominees for places on tho
ticket. It was Intonded to place an ex
ceptionally strong ticket In tho Held this
year to attempt to reduce the usual great
Republican majority in tho county. The
ticket Is not considered a Btrong one. and
In several Instances It Is disappointing to
many of tho Democrats hero. Tho careful
alluded to tho dlsartrtcctlon in the Rcpub
tho salcctlon of candidates for ofllce. "Tho
speeches wcro particularly baro and failed
to create enthusiasm. Thoy invariably
alluded to tho dlsaffertlon in the Repub
lican ranks of tho county. Tho fond bono
of tho Democracy, the dolegates say. Is
that tho factional light wnged over tho
Republican Judicial convention will con
llnuo and that tho soreneas caused by tho
partly unsatisfactory Republican Stato
ticket may change the voto ln ovtrnl of
tho hitherto Ropubllcan strongholds of
this county. Thin Is tho only loop hole
by which tho Democracy hopoo to cloct a
few of the candidates selected by tho con
Tho foIlowlnK- ticket was put in tho
Held Commissioners, four-year term.
Hober Olson of Falrvlow; two-year term,
Henry R. Thbmas of Waloa, Clerk, How
ard Cox of Mantl; Recorder, Ni-phl Gled
hlll of Gunnison; Assessor, James W. An
derson of JBay City. Treasurer. F. Y. Jon
sen of Enhralm; Sheriff, John Fmnflcon
of Moroni; Attorney, Gcorgo Chrlstensem
of Mt. Pleasant; Suporlntondont of
Schools. Mrs. Annlo D. Stevens of Fair
view; ltepresontatlvea, Arthur Aldrlch of
Mt. Pleasant and Frank L. Copcnlng of
Thero woro thirty-six dolegateo named
lo tho State convention, ns follows: J. W.
Chorry. Ford Erlckson, W. W. Woodrlng,
John W. Erlckson, Mrs. L. D. Ncllson.
Mlso R. HaiiHOn, Daniel Redman, J. A.
Hougard, Howard Cox. J. B. Chrlatcnecn.
W. C. Rlchoy. F. C. Kollcr, O. M. San
derson, Peter Humball. Heber Olson. An
drew Larson, Gcorgo Partor, A. R. Thom
as, C. H. Candland, J. C. Chrlstonsen,
John Borlua. Jr., Thomas Saucln. H. B.
Lnrson. James Armstrong, O. G. Ccr
glund. F. L. Copcnlng, Nophl Gledhlll,
Nells Chrlstonsen, Daniel F. Nellsen. John
Bailey, John F. Blaln. A. W. AnJerson,
D. A. BlUIngton, Fred G. Christiansen,
John Hanson, D. H. Spencer. Gcorgo M.
Bartholomew. These delegates go unln
Btructed, but arc sent to favor R. W.
Young and James Moylo for tho Governorship.
STATE DELEGATES CHOSEN.
Sevier County Holds Convention at
Richfield for That Purpose.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Utah. Sept. 3. Tho Demo
crats of this county held their county
convontion in tho courthouse today, and
tho following delegates wcro elected to
attend the Sts-to convention:
A. D. Nebeker of Ajinabcllo, Asa R.
Hnwloy of Central. Peter Christonson of
ElMnoro, J. A. Ross of Joseph. Luclan
Wlngato, L. Llsarebel and Hans Tuft of
Monroo, H. N. Hayes, Fmnk Latshaw. H.
W. Ramlove. E. P. Bean, Mrs. E. P.
Bean, Mrs. H. D. Gontry and Mrs. H. W.
Ramlovo of Richfield, J. R, Wren and E.
W. Crane. Jr.. of Sallnn.
Alternated Walter Chrlatenson. W. F.
As'.mus, William Johnston and F. A. Bak
er of Richfield. W. E. Hyatt of Joseph.
S R. Gray of Central, A. J. Lowls of Sa
llna and E. Anderson of Annabolla.
ROASTED GLASMANN'S PAPERS.
Webor County Republican Committco
Rebukes Criticism of Agee.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Sept 8. Mayor William Glas
mann's two papers were led down tho
lino and administered a severo drubbing
by tho Wobcr county central committco
this afternoon. Tho Standard and Ex
aminer had been especially savage ln their
criticism of tho apportionment of dole
gates to tho Republican Stato and Judicial
conventions, presumably because tho
Mayor did not got control of tho Weber
county delegates as ho hod hoped. Ho
attacked Chairman Agco and blamed him
with ulterior motives ln flxlnf? tho appor
tionment Bishop Wade is vice-chairman
qf the committee, and ho defended Chair
man Agce. sayihg he was as much respon
sible for the apportionment as was Judcc
Thi3 drew tho Mayor's fire, and tho
bishop was also criticised. Tho commltteo
met today and took tho matter In hand,
passing by unanimous voto this resolu
tion: "Whereas, Tho Morning Examiner ind
Ogdcn Standard have charged that Hon.
A. W. Agee, chairman of the county com
mltteo, secured an unfair apportionment
of tho delegates of this county to the re
cent Ropubllcan State convention, by
which It la claimed that certain delegates
wero not given the representation to
which they wcro entitled, while tho Twen
tieth district of this city was given a
delegate, when It Is claimed said district
was not entitled to such representation;
"Whereas, In truth the apportionment
was made by a aub-commlttce. which fol
lowed ln this respect tho precedent of two
years ago, when Hon. Edwin Dlx was
chairman, and of which no complaint was
made at that time; and
"Whereas. Mr. Agco neither dictated
nor attempted In tho least to dlctato to
tho sub-committee appointed to make
such apportionment, but did ln fact sub
mit to tho sub-committee a tablo Bhowlng
the number of votes caBt In each district,
to aid in making such apportionment;
"Resolved, That the charges made
against Mr. Ageo by the papers named aro
without foundation In fact."
As originally drawn tho rosolutlon callod
on tho Standard and Examiner to set the
chairman right, but somo of tho commit
teemen felt that it would not bo good
politico to rub It ln on tho Mayor too
hard, and tho publication clauHo wan
stricken out. Chairman Agco was not
prcacnt when tho resolution was passed.
Tho committco also decided to hold tho
county convontion October 1 and pri
maries to HQlcct tho delegates September
27. Tho delegates will bo named by tho
respectlvo districts Oils year Instead of
through ward caucuaea as heretofore.
Morgan County Democratic Delegates.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MORGAN, Utnh, Sept. 3. Tho county
Democratic convention elected tho fol
lowing delegates to the State convention:
S. Francis. Sr., W. H. Rich. Gcorgo
Thnrkoray, Olc O. Wold, Willlnm Robl
son. Alternates William Gts nnd Hon
Tho dclcnatcs arc unlnstruclcd and will
represent tho Democracy at the thrco con
ventions, viz: Stale, Senatorial and Ju
dicial. Indicating that Democratic repre
sentatives must bo oxceodlngly scarce.
Republicans of Sevier Name Ticket,
Special to Tho Tribune
, RICHFIELD, Sept. 3,-ScvIcj: eounU:
French View of Contest
at Liao Yaogo
Greater Than Any Engage
ment During Franco
French Officials Regard It as tho
Turning Point of the
PARIS, Sept. 3. The battle of Lino
Yang attracts Intense Interest and anxi
ety among the French officials and pub
lic generally as likely to prove the turn
ing point of the war. The foreign of
fice construes the latest advlce re
ceived here this afternoon aa showing
that Gen. Kuropatkln has suffered a
serious check, though not yet amounting
to a defeat or a rout. The officers con
tinue to say that ho Is executing a plan
of slow withdrawal toward Mukden,
giving dogged resistance as "ho falls
Magnitude of Batttle.
Military experts point out that tho
magnitude of the battle Is greater than
any fought during ths Franco-German
war, the slego of Metz Involving 350,000
men on both sides, whereas there were
over 100,000 at Liao Yang. The Figaro
says It Is the greatest fight since the
battle of Lelpslg.
No Talk of Mediation.
The nowspapers here reprint the Ber
lin Tageblatt's statement that King Ed
ward's visit to the Emperor of Austria
brought out a mediation movemont to
which the United States and Franco are
parties. When questioned on the sub
ject today tho foreign office here re
plied "Owing to the frequency of such
reports you are authorized to state that
Franco has had absolutely no communi
cation with Russia up to tho present
tme relative to mediation."
Diana Still at Saigon.
The authorities hero are hoping for an
early termination of the status of the
Russian cruiser Diana, now at Saigon,
but reports today show that she Is still
there, with her crew on board: that sho
has not entered) the repair dock, and
that her commander Is still awaiting
Equipping Hospital Ship.
Madam Nelikoff, wife of the Russian
Embassador to France, is at Toulon su
perintending the final equipment of the
hospital ship Ora. Owing to the amount
cf the French subscriptions, the Ora has
been fitted out sumptuously. She will
sail September 27 for an unknrvn des
tination and w'.tt fly the Red Cross flag,
which is Qxj'.ci to give her Immunity
from seizure by the Japanese.
Republicans today held a convention
marked by perfect harmony and much en
thusiasm. Asa Hawloy, tho present mem
ber of tho lower houso of the Legislature
was nominated for another term, and can
didates for county officers woro named as
follows: Commissioner for four-year term,
Martin Jenson; Commissioner for two
year term, H. C, Larson; Clerk. Parley
Matlcb ; ShorlfT, M. A. Abbott; Attorney,
G. T. Bean; Recorder, Mr3. Lydla Cow
loy; Treasurer, J. M. Laultzcn; Asses
sor, P. C. Scorup; Superintendent of
Schools, C. D. Jenson; Surveyor, J. Oscar
Anderson. J. M. BoIItho was elected per
manent chairman of tho county central
Moro Democratic Delegates.
AMERICAN FORK. Sept. 3. Tho Demo
cratic party hold Its primary last evening
with an attendance of twenty-six for
electing delegates and offoctlng a new organization-
Tho organization effected
as follows; Emmet Lynch eleccd' to suc
ceed hlmsolf as chairman and Mark E,
Bczzant as secretary and treasurer. Tho
following wero olected dclogatcs to the
State convention to bo hold ln Salt Lake
City September S:
James H. Clarke, Jed J. Morcor, Emmet
Ho? long will it take the man. to CU
the sack it he does not stop the lcakj
To attempt to nourish the body when th
stomach is dis
cased ia like try- 1
ing to fill the Arf
sack with the YW
hole in it When ,
the stomach and Vfy y THbui
other dieestive .tt)rftffiPV
and nutritive or- WKHfeAW (
gans are dis- X
eased, there h a I BSiMSXTA
constant loss of v y&A
nutrition. KjKraV fJ
Enough is cateuCfwk vi
but the bodyull y Jj
losea flcsh,-plain H lijm
proof that the
food eaten is I KM
largely wasted 1 Sflj
because it ia not I WM
digested and as- uffl
Dr. Pierce's . fl
Golden Medical uffio
Discovery cures J W&
diseases of the fjnii vf
stomach and k&9 M y
other organs of euSH Jvrf
digestion and li$Sy lg&s&rrL
nutrition. It f KjtM
stops the leaks '
by which nutri- yv M&
tiou is lost, and Jg
enables the " VesT
building up of the body by the nutri
tion derived from food. The gain in
weight proves the cure.
"Three years ago I itqs taken sick with irhnt
tlic doctor called ucrvousacM and Indirection,"
writes Mra. Warren E. Pnrkcr, of Orange Street
Nantucket, Mass. "He gave me mcdiciuc for
the trouble, but I could uot cat even a little toast
or oatmeal without suffering severely. In a few
mouths I began to have distressing palr-s rirht
in the pit ofmy stomach. I called the dxSoc
ngain and he saul I had catarrh of stomach'
Kavc mc medicine but it did not do any cood.
I lost 23 pounds in three raontbs, I then com
menced takiiic Dr. Pierce's medicines and soon
began to feel belter. , I havy taken six bottles oi
Golden Medical Discovery,' two of 4 Favorite
Prescription ' and eix vials of Ur Pierce's Pel
thine " haVC ea'Dct leu Pund3 Caa cat every.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation.
Store Closed Monday-Labor d
I' Great. Fur Sale. j
Offering of School Suits for Boys; Caps, uj
Waists, Girl's Dresses. I
SchoolvShos3 Undor Regular.
School Dask Supplies.
Carpet and Rug Reduction. !
Battenburg Scarfs at Price Savings. Ji
School Handkerchiefs, Women's Handkerchh
' Synopsis of New Goods. I
I FIRST SHOWING OF J
J NEW FALL and WINTE1
j For weeks everybody about this establishment has ban
ffl the jump, marking and arranging the carloads of wcaralfi
II that have been daily pouring into our store. V?q baTeS
j ready a J
1 Regular Feast .1
1 of nev and beautiful things in Men's, Boys' and Cbildrefl
g wear. We are specially proud of OUR MEN'S SUIT Dll
PLAY. We have the best Suits, made by the best maker j
know anything about. It would take miles of talk to do til
justice. Compare our Suits with any to be had anywhersl
i workmanship for workmanship garment for gam)es
thread for thread. Then COMPARE PRICES. Do this 3
!f you will buy your Fall Suit here. YOU CAN'T HELP,;n
g YOU KNOW. j)
Rowe & Kelly Co.,
1 Sole Agents for Hir'sh, Wickwire & Co. Zfand-Made 01othu(
i ONE PRICE PLAIN FIGURES.!
I , 132 MAIN STREET. j
Lynch. Joseph II Storra and Mrs. James
Alternates Peter I-ogsdon, Mrs. Olive
Crandal and R. E Klns-
Dolccates elected to tho Judicial con
vontion at Provo September 10 wcro Alma
A. Smith, Adolph Nellsen. John W Chip
man, Roy Gardner. Mark E. Bczzant.
As alternates I Rerio Vance. Frederick
Alma Jackson and Alfred G. Dunklcy.
PBOVO DEMOCRATS AT WORK.
Dolegates Elected for tho County Con
vention on September 14.
Special to The Tribune
PROVO. Sept. 3 Tho Domocratlc pri
maries, which woro hold In this city last
night, woro qiilot aftalrs. In somo of tho
primaries only a few representative Dem
ocrats were present. The following dolc
cates wero cleoted to attend the county
convention which mceta ln this city on
First ward J. B. Mllnor, David Opcn
shaw, Julius C. Anderson, Hyrum F.
Thomas, S. S. Jones. M. D. J. Williams,
Mrs, M. Li. PratU O. H . Berg. Hyrum
Jensen, Mrs. D. R. Beebo, J. w. Bates.
Hugh McQcar, C. F. Deckor. W. K.
Honry. R. A. Barney, David John. Jr..
Nelson W. TifTnoy.
Alternates-Joseph Giles, R. H. Thomas.
Mra. W. R. Rydalch. George Giles, Flora
Berg. C. E. Flctchor, Enoch JorEonsen.
Mra. C. E. Fletcher, Robert Mooro. M.
Committeemen H. F. Thomas, Grant C.
Bagloy, Wllford Giles.
Second Ward James Gray. R. C. Kirk
wood, H. J. W. Godard, w. D. Alexander
Georgo Coroy, James Holmes, Sam Bal
yy' iWWR,t Mnrld. W. S. Glbboy.
Joseph W. Loveless. Mrs. Sara Hinkloy.
Peter Gronaman, John Loveless. Mrs. W
D. Roberta. Mrs. Electa Bullock.
Alternates Mrs. Jamc? Gray. Mrs
Elizabeth Klrkwood, Mrs. Sam Bailey,
Mrs. Al Lovcleas, Mrs. Moroni Paxman
Thomas Leonard. '
Committeemen Jo9oph Lovoless. sccrc-
Tary:uEla cls. W. D. Roberts, Jr..
Joseph Martin. '
Third Ward-H. J. Malbon, J. E. Bott
lr avlna Cluff, V. W. Conover, J. H.
McCIcllan. Evan Wrldo, Walter Scott
Mrs. Francis Conowr.
wnii'i"1 W-A- - Johnaon. Wron
Wllklns. Canby Scott, Dominions Snow.
Mrs. Aqullla Collins. Mm. Amanda
Young. Mrs. Waltor Scott. SIdnoy Vin
cent. Thomas L, Vincent. ,3U'1U5 v ,n
Alternates Frank F. Peay, Thomas
Collins, Mrs. Eliza Scott, Wl Ham EIU-
ftSV A" ?rncr' Jonn A. Warner,
Jacob Johnson, Thomas Allon. "'"
w2r?httCwlonr E- Bott- Evti Wrldc.
Fourth Ward James White. Jamo4
Haws, Joseph Brown. David Slugg. Frod
Evans. Frank A. McGraw Oscar t?
Young, Jarvls Clayton. GUbeit York'
WaTon01,10"' Be, Nc,8n. George Van
iiianCrroir:GTi0rK0 Du- Ja Mark-
SS'oSSrSS' Coi'no,,a Cluyt0n
Snnwh t Wnr cT ' Thompson. J. E.
Snow, J c. Swcnsen, Mrs. Jeoso Knloht
R. R. Irvine, c. C. Whltmore, C. O. New
ell, GeorKo D. Howe, M M Kelloc
Gcorgo itfcldrum, Jr.,' Mr ,. William Xi'
ltoylance. E. L. Jones. Gcarca 2vi'
camp, B E. Corfman? W. M.S RoSw co"
.aotTve,?aI, Mra- M- c?tt:
Rob?rU.mP80n' W' S' D?"
At Wahna Pai
BY SALT LAKE REAL
g P-.''g.MSlTjil- L-fl ftftgl&JBg
t Why not buy a Piano that t
I member of tho family can H
t TVe have something nf w j;
? ln and see It. "We will arr.
terms to suit
Tempio of Muile.
..74 MAIN STRJ
5 Succeecnn to Dayne Xu
CIGARS A SPECIAL'
U EDW. C, SMITH. Ptm- j.)
Jk JOHN P COBB. Vice-tJ
9 JNO. J. JUDSON. Treas. j
F. L. PEARL, Sec