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, SATURDAY MOUSING, SEPTEJFBE1! in m.'lL
, page two " HIE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. 10-1
j People Rallying to Its
H Not a Movement to Punish
EH Anyone, but to Work
H a Reform.
Purposo to Rid Utnh of Curse of Ec-
lfl clcsiastical Domination of
H Public Affairs. '
U The committee ,on organlzatiop of the
Ifl new pnrty had .1 meeting List night and
fl discussed some .propositions submitted.
H Progress was mado In tlio preliminary
HI steps for procedure. bi.V llttlo was finally
H decided. The committee Is to meot again
Jflj on Monday evening, and expects at that
WM tlmo to pass upon the final recommenda-
H tlons which It will make to the general
Mm Senator Reed Smoot's effort to wreck
HH the Republican party locally by using his
'Mm apostolic power to build up a machine the
Mm purposo of which Is to override the -wish
IffljR of a large clement In tho pnrty, la be-
jMH llevcd to have already become a success.
Mm Hundreds of men who have been the most
BB loyal of the party workers men who havo
'MM worked In season and out of season to up-
hold the principles
'MM New Movement of the Republican
Gathering party, nnd who to-
mm , uoinering Jny ar(J arcnl nml
HH Strength, sincere friends to
jJH President Roosevelt
HH and Vlco-Presldontlal nomlneo Fairbanks,
MM decline to further permit themselves to
jtln be used to advanco tho Interests of men
HH who are merely subservient tools to the
wjm ecclesiastical boss. They are saying that
HH It 13 time to say to Smoot and his follow-
Mm crs that Utah la too great to be further
MM domineered by apostles of a church.
HH The new movement to rid Utah of
HH church domination gathers strength each
ND day. The small company that pledged
HH support to the movement on Wednesday
Hn evening, while opposed to politicians and
mm those who are supporters of political as-
Wju plrnnts. Is being Indorsed by scores of tho
HJH best and most Influential men and women
MM Opponents to tho Independent movement
HJH arc doing all In their power to prejudice
HH the people against It by declaring that It
Mm Is a selnsh effort an cftort to punish some
MM one but as the personnel of the orlgln-
I ators Is Inquired Into It la found that the
VHJ movement is sincere and that It Is pcr-
ffiyl From all parts of the city como such
'MM expressions aa convince the promoters
Mm tnat tn0 tlme '3 r'P t0 shako off tho oc-
H cleslastlcal yoke and stand steadfast for
HJ 'he redemption of the affairs of State and
B9 the public schools from the schemers and
Hj3 polltl il charlatans who have brought the
b dominant church Into national contempt.
Another member of the Smool-Republl-HJH
can State finance committee declines to
B act, and it la reported will withdraw witli
ng In a few days.
H Chairman William Spry's resolution
HH against The Tribune Is denominated even
MM by men who will support the ticket as
HH asinine nnd ridiculous.
mH Candidates for nomination on the Dem-
H ocrntlc tind Republican local tickets arc
HH many of them Buffering from nervous
HH prostration these days. The prospects of
BH several thousand voters being withdrawn
3HJ from the old parties makes such chnnges
HB In the calculations that the candidates
HH and their friends find it difficult to de-
HH tormlne whether a nomination In a prlest-
HH ridden party 16 worth fighting for this
JM Before the Republican State convention,
Tmm friends to John C. Cutler went through
HH the joint building threatening prospective
HH local candidates with such statements as
MM this: 'If Wells or Hnmmond is nominated
HH Salt Lake county nil! go Democratic this
mM year." The threat had Its effect Nearly
MM all of these local candidates were secretly
or openly for Cutler. They wertj victims
WM of the most contemptible coercion. They
mM knew that the men who were making their
MM threats had defeated another tlckeU They
MM did ,nol want another such result.
fl Salt Lake Herald: The fact that close to
MM n hundred men In this community have
HH already agreed to the organization of nn
MM Independent party pledged to oppose cc-
B cleslastlcal Influence In civil und ollllcal
HH affairs may be at-
H People Tired of trlbuted directly to
IAnoRtolic t,,e activity or fcena
Apostonc ,ol. Smool , lhc
Influence. councils of the Re
publican parly and to
his absolute domination of the recent
It may be true, as charged, that the disap
pointment of a faction defeated by Smoot
is the originating cause of the new move
ment, but it Ih equally true that many
who have nn sympathy with either fac
tion In the party, and many who openly
oppose Senator Kearns hre identified with
the Independents, und others In large
numbers will give the party support and
sympathy who will not Identify themselves
openly with the organization.
Whatever the motives. It la apparent be
yond question that Smootlsm Is promising
Utah n new source of disturbance; It of
fers nn additional excuse for heralding
abroad the Junior Senator's contribution
to the Republican party's disorganization
In this State; and It cniphuslzcs the fuel
that until he has subsided and given up
, hla ambition to bo the Richelieu of his
parly hero there can be no such thing as
peace, either political, social or civil.
Critics of the new movement assume
that It will dlo In its infancy. In this wo
believe they delude themselves nnd fall
to understand the position of those non
Mormons who, ' having no quarrel with
Mormonlsm as a religion, will never aban
don their opposition to political dictation
In either party by high church officials.
Most of these people are either Bllcnt
or passively inactive, but they seo In this
Independent organization a chance to re
cord their protest against tho thing they
oppose. They care little for the men who
Initiated tho move or for the motives
which primarily actuated the organizers.
They care only for an opportunity to
smite Smootlsm or anything, like Sinooi
ism In politics, and they will devote their
time, their money nnd their energies to
perpetuating this organized protest until
such jtlme aa occaHlon for protest has
The Independent movement Is not to
he ignored or laughed down or sneered at
It will find strong support In Influence If
not in actual numbers. It will continue
to act, Its stregth will be felt In school
elections. In jelty and county elec
tions, and eventually In State affairs.
It may not be potent to the point of ab
solute control, but It will wlpld the
strength of a compact, well-organized or
ganization commanding something close
to a balance of power In local affairs, and
can only be forced to dissolution by tho
total abolition of the thing It lights ec
clesiastical "activity In political affairs,
Senator Simon Bamberger of Salt Lake
' II City has been elected chairman of the
Democratic State committee, 'th ni -thorlty
to nppolnt a secretary, a trcnsu"ir
and an exeoutlve committee. Ho has
pnmcd Joseph M-
New Democratic Cohn. seaetary, and
State Committee olhcr mcmners of his
Organizes. official staff within a
few days. The meet-
lug nt which Senator Bamberger was se
lected was held yesterday and nhiiMceii
counties were represented. John u-"
presided ns temporary chairman of the
new committee and Joseph M. Cohn ns
temporarv secretary. Absence of mem
bers of tho committee who should have
performed theso services It Is reported,
la due to a sympathy entertained for the
new party movement. '
Manv Democrats believe that when Sen
ator Smoot nnd State Chairman AMI. lam
Spi v of the Smoot-Cutlcr-Sulherland wing
of the Republican party declared that suf
ficient votes would be drawn from the
Mormon Democrats to offset tho loss of
anti-church domination Republicans, they
knew what they were eaylng.
Theso Democrats believe that tho Dem
ocratic party In Utah will bo riddled by
the political agents In tho dominant
church in order to sustain Senator Reed
Smoot and his lodls at the head and tall
.of the State ticket. They say the state
ment of Chairman Spry was made with
complete understanding of tho apostolic
plan, nnd they decline to further play Into
tho hands or those who mako of pnrly
politics In Utuh a miserable mockery.
' "It's astonishing." says the Ogdcn Stale
Journal, "the largo number of Republi
cans who declare that they will not vote
'for Cutler for Governor because they
ennnot Indorse Smoot nnd Smootlsm. Tho
woods arc full of Republicans who talk
that way Well. If they believe what
they say they bellevo concerning the
manner In which Cutler was nominated,
wherein would they bo Inconsistent If
they should withhold their support from
him. as the representative not of Repub
licanism, but of Smooilsm?"
Republican State Chairman J. II. Brady
of Idaho transacted business In' this city
yestcrdav and left for his home at Poca
tella last night. Chairman Brady Is con
fident the Republicans are so organized
and so earnest that they will glvo Roose
velt and Fairbanks an overwhelming ma
jority and will elect the cntlro State
ticket. Republican State headquarters
will bo opened nt Boise on the 15th in
stant and as thorough a campaign waged
as though tho Democrats were active.
Chairman Brady says the Democratic
State ticket has become a ramshackle af
fair because of so many withdrawals.
Mike Cunningham reported the Wyom
ing State convention for tho Herald.
David II. Morris of St. George, Demo
cratic nominee for District Attorney for
the Fifth Judicial district, attended the
State convention and went to Logan yes
terday on a business trip. Mr. Morris
says he believes the Democrats will carry
tho district this year and Washington
county by increased majorities.
Former Senator Frank J. Cannon, who
has been campaigning for the Demo
cratic national committee In Vermont, is
expected to return to Utah within a few
"About tho most ridiculous thing cir
culated by the News In tho present cam
paign." said a Joint building officer, "Is
tho declaration that tho Independent party
movement Is a Kearns affair. Tho fact of
the matter Is that somo of the most
rabid antl-Kearns men In Utah and the
most ardent Sutherland men were and
nro active members of tho new party."
Judge John A. Street, temporary chair
man of tfte now party movement, has
announced the following members of the
committee on organization: Wlllnrd F.
Snyder. Ogdcn Hlles, George L, Nye. H.
J. Dinlnny. William Nelson. George R.
Hancock. Ezra Thompson. P. J. Daly, W.
Mont Ferry and W. P. Noble. They nro
divided equally between the Democrats
Warren Foster has the following to say
about a circumstance nt the Democratic
Stato convention: "Who would havo
thunk It! Who could havo thunk It eight
years ago. or four years ago, that Grover
Cleveland's picture would ever be used
again In Utah to decorate a Democratic
convention hall1 Truth Is stranger lhan
Action. Has Drover chunged? No, not
ono whit. He was the sumo yeslerday, la
tho same today, and will bo the same
tomorrow and changes not! Then, the
change must haVe been In some one else.
"How nbout those who sat beneath his
plcturo last Thursday and drew Inspira
tion from it? Have they changed? Yea.
Once? Yes, twice in eight years. They
marched their forces up the hill and
marched them down again, and found
Grover's sphinx-like picture right where
Ihey left It The mountain went to
Mohammed, so to speak. Like a colony
of foolish bees that left their queen, wero
compelled to do one of two things cither
come back to their leader, else go tho
dcmnltlon bowwows. They chose to
como back. They are back. The stuffed
prophet from Buffalo Is again enshrined
and lhc Bard of Buzzard'B bay once more
wields tho sccptor over a degenerated,
regenerated Democracy And from their
penitent souls and contrite hearts was
heard a low humming, ns they folt tho
all-Inspiring benediction beaming from
Grover's face of:
" 'Just aa I am, though tossed about
With many a conflict, many a doubt.
Fightings within and fears without,
I come, I come.'
"The first act of tho convention was to
nominate Judge Powers for Congress.
Ills speech was enthusiastic to tho peni
tents and made them anxious to be again
restored to tho Joys of Grover salvation."
So they sans:
" 'Just aa I am, and waiting not.
To rid my soul of one dark spot,
To thee, whose power can cleanse each
I come, I come.'
"It was a great meeting."
j POLITICS AT LARGE, j
ESOPUS, N Y , Sept. 0. Judge Parker
spent the morning writing on his letter
of acceptance. William F Shcohan,
chairman of the National Executive com
mittee, Is expected hero tomorrow.
OYSTER BAY, N. Y.. Sept. 3. Austrian
Embassador Baron Hengolmuller and
Count ApponyJ, leader of the Llbernl par
ty in tho lower house of tho Hungarian
Diet, were guests of the Prcsldont nnd
Mrs. Roosevelt today at Sagamore Hill.
BALTIMORE. Md . Sept 9. -Ex-Senator
Henry G Davis arrived hero today and
was In conference with Senator Gorman.
The nature of the conferenco has not been
divulged . During tho day a number of
Maryland Democratic leaders culled to
pay their respects to Mr. Davis.
WILMINGTON. Del.. Sept. 9. Tho reg
ular Republican Stale convention, held a
meeting here today and authorized" United
Stales Senator "Ball. Stato chairman, to
send a reply to Senator Alice, chairman
df the Union State Republican commlt
teo, virtually refusing the proffer of the
Addlcks faction for harmony, and tho
consequent election of one Republican
BIG MINING DEAL.
Largest in Recent Years Consummat
ed Rt "Wallace.
WALLACE. Ida.. Sept. D. One of tho
largest mining deals made In the Cocur
D'.lcnes in recent years was consum
mated today when, the tlnal consolida
tion of tho Frisco, Bernlcr and Flynn
groups was effected. The Frisco, which
l onf of the oldest producing properties
in the district, has a total output of sev
eral millions of dollars. The other groups
are not so well known, The new com
pany will bo capltallcd for $1,000,000, The
Frisco Is owned by New York capital
ists, and the Bcrnler and Flynn propcr
Uch by local mining men.
Smootism Is Generally
Apostle Smoot's Man Cut
ler Will ' Be Badly
Blight of Priestly Domination Has
Caused General Republican
Apathy in Utah.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPRINGVILLE. Sept. 9. The organiza
tion of tho now party hns been an Inter
esting topic of copversallon on tho streets
hero tho past two days. The organization
Is looked upon with much favor by a
number of the old Liberals hero- There
la a great deal of dissatisfaction a.s to
the part Apostle-Senator Smoot and his
henchman have been playing In Utah
politics, and there will have to bo a lot
of harmony work done In this plnco If
Cutler Is not badly scratched.
Tho Republican delegates to tho Coun
ty convention havo unanimously decided
to do all In their power to have Mont
Johnson of this city nominated as Coun
Apathy Among Republicans.
Special to The Tribune.
JUNCTION. Sept. 9. With the Repub
lican primaries two days off, and tho
County convention one weok from today,
there Ib uppearently no moro political life
hero than there was last mld-wlnter.
The nomination of Cutler has created a
feeling of apathy with tho Republican
workers here, which la as marked as Is
the encrgv displayed by tho Democrats.
A few short weeks ago the only Smoot
organ in the Stato except the Desoret
News said in substance that the nomina
tion of a man ns Senator or Representa
tive that was friendly to Senator Kearns
would be defeated at tho polls. In other
words. Apostle Smoot who should bo the
peer to all men In following that admoni
tion of Christ. "Love your enemies, bless
them that curse you. do good to them
that halo you. and pray for them which
despltcfully uso you. and persecute you.
has started out on a campaign to punish
his enemies, and expects to accomplish
thar purpose oven If ho has to sacrifice
tho Republican party to do It.
lie has "shown" the boys once. and.
In tho mean time, punished ono of his
enemies Heber M. Wells, and now If he
can get tho boys In lino again ho will
give them another "showing" nt tho
Countv conventions, and If. perchance,
pome 'candidate unfriendly to Smootlsm
should bo nominated as Representative
from tho county In which ho resides, ho
will get his "needln's" at tho polls from
the Smoot followers. And yet they tell
ns we must not bolt! It Is un-American,
Viewing tho political situation from
afar off. it looks aa if Mr. Smoot Intended
adopting tho "rule or ruin" policy, that
Instead of being the servant of tho peo
ple of the State, he wants-40 bo tho Im
perial dictator of the Republican party.
No Prohibition Ticket This Year.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Sept. 9. Tho Prohibition party
will not put a Stato tlckot In tho Held in
Utah this voar The last Stato election
showed nbo'ut M0 votes In the Stale, half
of which came from Weber county. In
view of the small number of votes, tho
National committee has decided that It
would bo useless to put a ticket In the
field in Utah.
PPwOVO NAMES DELEGATES.
Republicans Choose Their Representa
tives to County Convention.
Special to Tho Tribune
PROVO, Sept. 9. The Republican pri
maries held In this city Thursday night
were not so well attended as thoso held on
August 19. still they were Interesting and
considerable spirit was munlfcatcd in tho
At the primary held hero In the pre
cinct, the August primary leaders wero
given a tasto of their own medicine, with
tho results that there are a goodly nunf
bor of sick politicians In the August
It transpired In about the following or-
UCr. THO OIU MUJiuuuuw nui nuioi;.-. bui
out in goodly numbers and did things
nicely. Out of the fifteen delegates to tho
County convention, which meets at
American' Fork on Saturday, only threo
are considered certain for tho "push "
This was a sovcro blow to Mr. Gee, who
la a prominent candidate for tho Clork
hlp. and who was given the last place
on the delegation with a majority of three
out of nearly ono hundred Aaldo from
the overwhelming defeat at tho Fifth of
the "push" tho primaries wore peaceful,
with the exception of tho third. In that
ward A. C. Sorcnsen. who, by tho way.
Is not tho "push" candldato for tho Clerk
ship, was not permitted to go ius a dolo
gato to tho County convention, notwith
standing tho fact ihat he Is a promlnont
candidate for tho office.
An nmuslng event was tho forgclfulness
of nnti enthusiastic nolltlcal worker, who
arose to his feet and placed before tho
primary tho name of J C. Cutler as a
delegate to tho County convention. This
mistake was thoroughly enjoyed, and tho
humiliated orator again arose, wlthdrow
tho name and presented that of J C
Graham, Jr. It was only a matter of get
ting mixed on the J. C.'b.
First ward Joseph T. Fnrrcr chairman
and M. II. Grah secretary.
Delegates Ed. T. Jones. Robert Ander
son, Nola Johnson, William B. Scarle,
Felix Buchanan, D. II. Thomas, John W.
Farrcr, John J. Davis. C. D. Glazier, Jos
eph Buttlo, Joseph I. Bullock. Gcorgo
Moore, Lee Alman.
Alternates Miss Altn Strong. Mrs. Boll
Baehman, Mrs. Ed. T. Jones, William
Searlo, J. J. Fuller, Mrs. D II. Thomas.
Second ward Hugh Clayton, chairman,
Milton II ICnudscn socrctnry.
Delegates Hugh Clayton. John C. Gra
ham, jiimos Clovo, Andrew ICnudscn, Ar
thur Craven. W. E. Harding, Esther Call
Stewart. J. T. R. Johnson, Sidney H. Bel
mont. Alternates E. J. Ward, Miss Minnie
Startup. W. R. H. Paxman, Mrs. Kittle
Illncs, Mrs Mlttnlo Jcpperson.
Third ward J. M. Jensen chairman, J.
J. Hickman secretary.
Delegates L. L. Nelson, William IC.
Farrcr. .John F. Wcstphal, W. P. Sliver,
J. J. Hickman, Mrs. J. 'M. Jensen, C. II.
Miller, Joseph S. Park. J. M Jensen. Joel
A Johnson. Joseph, W. Dunn, Epn.
Homer, Mrs. W. K Farrcr, Mrs. E. V.
Vincent, Mrs. Emma Jubrlskic.
Alternates George T. Judd, Mrs. J "V7.
Dunn, Mro. L. L. Nelson, E. V.. Vincent,
Mrs. Charles H. Miller, N. C. Larson.
Mrs W P. Silver, Mrs. Mllllo Hardy.
Fourth ward Robert Dugdalc, chair
man. Thomas Sumner secretary
Delegates A. L. Booth, E. H. Holt, C.
Real Estate Men
Have Hew Home
Information Bureau Now Located at
15 West Second South Per
Cases for exhibits, desks and other furni
ture are being Installed In tho large room
at 1C West Second South street, which has
been leased by tho Real Estate associa
tion for Its bureau of Information. It Is
expected to havo the placo open to tho
public the first of next week. A lino min
eral exhibit Is already on hand, ns well as
a fair exhibit of agricultural products,
and theso will he added to from tlmo to
time. The quarters will contain a loung-h.g-room
provided with dcsk3 and Writing
material for tho use of tourists, and thero
will of course be always on hand a plenti
ful supply of lltcraturo describing Utah's
resources and the city's manifold advan
tages, while Assistant Seoretnry Miller
lll bo there to glvo any additional Infor
mation that may bo required. A largo
alrcanicr extending across tho street in
front of tho bureau will Inform alrangers
of Its purpose and location, and advertis
ing to tho sumo effect will bo dono nt the
laTlroad ofllces and on tho observation
enrs. As tho plana In connection with tho
bureau of Information crystallize It be
comes more and more apparent that Its
benefits to the Slate and the city will bo
Government Reclamation Servico
Moves Into New Rooms.
Headquarters of the Government recla
mation service were yesterday removed
to the new location on tho norlh side
of the Commercial Club building, where
a sullo of seven rooms has been fitted up
for tho purpose. Asldo from Prof. George
L. Swcndsen. engineer In charge of the
Ulah work, tho offices are occupied by II.
N. Savage, consulting engineer; Gcorgo
A. Hammond, drill expert, nnd T. II.
Means, drainage oxpert. Another expert
who will mako his headquarters here
after March I next Is Prof. Ensign, who
has charge. of the pumping features of
Government reclamation projects. It Ih
expected that additional rooms adjoining
thoso alrendy occupied In the somo part
of the building will be secured from tlmo
to time to meot tho growing requirements
of this department.
Swcndsen Going to Strawberry.
Engineer George L. Swcndsen will leave
next Monday for another trip to tho
Slrnwberry vallpy for tho purpose of In
specting tho preliminary work being done
to test tho feasibility of that feature of
the Government's big irrigation project
which contemplates the bringing of tho
headwaters of the Ducheano river to this
valley. Prof. Swcndsen will be Joined on
the trip by two Government consulting
engineers, a circumstance which Indicates
that tho preliminary work is reaching a
stage which admits of tho rendering ot
something llko ncciirotc Judgment on the
possibilities of the general scheme. It Is
enected that the trip will occupy about
real Estate transfers.
Jesse E. Murphy to Hyrum Murphy.
warranty deed, part lot 14, block 23,
ten-acro plat A $ ICO
Lclle T. Freeze to Grace T. Folland.
warranty deed, 3x10 rods northwest
from tho southeast corner lot ,
block 40, plat B 1.000
Houston Real Estate and Invesl
compnny to J. II. Van Elm, war
ranty deed, lots 13-14. block 2,
North Boulevard addition v.. 1
II. M. Walt to Harry Copper, war
ranty deed, lots 1-14 to 22. etc'.,
block 9. West Salt Lake addition.. 1
John W. Lunn to C. B. Tltcomb.
quit-claim docd, northeast quarter
northwest quarter, southeast quar- .
tor northeast quarter section IS,
township 1 north, range 2 west.... C
Application was mado In the Federal
court yesterday afternoon to have J. D.
Mann declared an Involuntary bankrupt,
and to hnvo Walter Wright appointed as
receiver for his business. The plaintiffs
are Kahn Bros., the Symns Grocery com
pany anil Frank W. Jones. According to'
tho complaint. Mann Is Indebted to the
above creditors and others to the extent
of nearly J1000.
SNGW SHED BURNED.
Five Hundred Feet in Blue Canyon
Destroyed, Retarding Traffic.
SACRAMENTO. Cat. Sopt. 9. Fire to
day attacked the snow sheds In the neigh
borhood of Blue canyon, destroying, ac
cording to the mcagor reports received
here, about GOO feet of tho inclosurc. The
telegraph wires arc down and dcllnltc in
formation cannot bo obtained. Gangs
wero sent from SIsco and Blue canyon,
and It la believed now that tho flames
are under control. The east and west
bound overland trains were held on cuch
side of the lire und will lose a cooil many
The latest advices from tho flro In tho
snowsheda Is that up to 7 o'clock the lire
was raging In shed No. I near Blue can
yon, where the blaze originated. All
available help has been sent to tho sceno
of trouble and It Is believed that the lire
will be subdued.
Thero Ib danger of another shed near
Cisco catching lire, a.s a big brush flro Is
spreading in that direction. A Inrgc
number of men have been sent from
Truckeo to help extinguish the flames.
Tho lire In tho snowsheds was brought
under control Into this afternoon. About
2iC0 feet of snowsheda and track was en
tirely destroyed. Men and materials aro
being rushed to the scene of tho lire and
It Is believed that tho track will be ready
for through trains by 9 o'clock tomorrow
A. Glazier, JIarvoy "duff. James A. Bean,
Joseph II. Frlsby. O. W. Hyde, O. W.
Alternator. A. A. Noon, M. F. Pack, M.
C. Davis, Mrs. C A. Glazier, Mrs. M. M.
Fifth ward J. B. Kc4or chairman, E.
A. Geo secrotury, Annlo Glllosplo assist
Dolegates J. R. Hodson. John Saxey. II.
S. Pyne, Goorge W. Gee, iMrs. Louisa Mc
Brlde. Annlo Gillespie,. Mrs. Mary Mc
Lean, Jucob Evans, J. R. Bpjshnrd, S. H.
Goodwin, Mrs. IL S. Pyne, William A.
Alternates II. II. Cluff. J. C. Graham,
Jr.. Elmoro Moore, R. R. Thorne, Mrs.
John Saxey. "
Nominated for Cougress.
Eighth Missouri district H. W. Chnl
fant, Republican, In placo of Robort S.
Hawey, who declined.
To Northern Utah and Idaho Points,
Saturday, Sept 10th, via O. S. L. Low
rates and very liberal limits will prevail.
Saturday, Soptembor 10,
Via O. S, L. to principal, northern Utah
and Idaho poIntH. See agents for par
., tlculara regarding rates and limits,
Women's Suits for Today, i
I Broken nsorlmont lots nnd missed sizes, but prices to make of this tl'ie fliml WOrd '
spring snits nnd summer dresses. Some of the cloii suits will do for fnll, and for tlle
! men frock there's still some wear, not lo say anything of their being cheap enough to c,c,' J,l
away for next season. Description couldn't be given. Here's nbout what they are: j?
Lot of cloth suits, light-and dark colors, formerly $15 to $25 each.?
j choice--$5. 1. 1.
! Lot of cloth suits, light anddark materials, formerly $27 to $35j
j each, chice--$io. J )(t
Lot of cloth suits, formerly $45 to $57 50, choice--$i5. ; j
I Lot of summer suits, mads of linen and linen-etamine in jacket
I ! styles, and dresses made of plain and dotted Swisses, for-
merly $8.50 to $20 each, Today--$i.85. g
Lot of separate skirts, mide of twine cloth and linen, formerly $7)
to $15 each, Today-$2.50. I ?
1 Ib Station y Store Today. '"k
! Tinaud and 4711 excellent toilet waters for a Saturday sale. These choice odors-June
! Lilac, Violet, Vogue and some others, sold regularly at 75c a bottle, today ISc. t
I "Diamond B" silk tissue toilet paper in l arge rolls, sold regularly at Wv each, ajff
WomEi9s 35c 50c Silk Belts--25cTbday7fc
: All are new, pretty styles in while, red, green, tan and blue silks. Were 33c andS
each, for today's sale choice 25c. 'ireJaK
WINE FLOWED FREE.
With Feast of Fruit California Day at
Fair Was Observed
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 9. The flow of Cali
fornia wine nnd a feast of fruit from
that State characterized the observant e
of California day at the World's Fair
today. The celebration mnrked the fifty
fourth anniversary of tho admission of
California Into the Lfnlon. Three thous
and Californlans were present nt the ex
ercise.". ovi'i which Lleut.-Gov. Alden
Anderson presided. Addresses were
made by President Francis, L. II. By
lngton, past grand president of the Na
tive Sons of the Golden West, and by
Mrs. Emma Gett. paM grand president
of the Native Daughters of the Golden
GYPSIES ARE DEP0RTEB.
Seventy-Five of Group of 200 Re
turned to Bohemian Countries.
NEW YORK. SepL 9. Seventy-five
of the group of 200 gypsies from vari
ous Bohemian countries who have been
held on Ellis Island for a week were
sent on board the Cunard line steamer
Campania today for deportation. The
other members of the band will be de
ported as soon as forty children, sick
with the measles, have recovered. The
gypsies were ordered deported under
the law which says that bands of
roving, gypsies are apt to become public
WILL PUBLISH PAPERS.
Family of Late Former French Pre
mier Will Protect His Namo.
PARIS, SepL 9. The family of the
late M, Waldeck-rtousioau have Issued
a statement to the effect that owing to
the controversies which have arisen
since the death of the former Premier
concerning his change of conviction rel
ative to the religious orders, they pro
pose to publish, not in a spirit of con
troversy but to establish the truth, his
private papers demonstrating that dur
ing and after hlt ministry he remained
Invariably faithful lo the same political
ANOTHER RANGE WAR.
Ono Baging1 Between Sheep and Cat
tlemen in Northern Wyoming.
BUTTE, Mo'nt.. Sept. 9. Another
range war between cattlemen and
sheepmen hns broken out In the country
adjoining Pryor mountain, . across the
Wyoming line. The camp of George
Crosby was attacked at night and -100
or 500 of his sheep killed by driving them
over a cut In the cunyon.
Hot Spell on Coast.
SAN FRANCISCO. ScpL 9. Tho hot
-spell has cnileil. At noon today tho tem
perature was 77 degrees, a fall of 13 de
grees from tho noon record of yesterday
Thu humidity was CO degrees and v tho
wind from tho west was blowing at the
rale of twenty-four miles an hour.
When in need oi a carpenter, 'phone
fl. F. Williams Bell, 2145-k: Independ
ent ?ii i". n S, State.
Take a bath at Saltalr Saturday,
1 Violet I
A few drops In the water of X
the bath softens tho water, In- jj?
Sft creases Its cleansing power and
1 makes tho bath ever so much JEfc
more refreshing besides giving 2s
W$ a dolicatc odor of violet that is p
m& really delightful. fofl
Full Pint, 25c $
g Druehl & FranKen,
X PRESCRIPTION DRUG- 6ft
S. E. Corner Main and Third
?m Sooth Streets. Salt Lake Wy
City, Utah. 'Phone, Bell. ga
W 100 and 1S25. Independent,
i 100 p
SIR KNIGHTS TIED UP.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 9. All Knight
Templar special trains scheduled to lcavo
for tho East via Ogdon wero cancelled
tonight on account of the tires In tho
snowsheds In tho Sierras. Tho overland
train billed to depart at Q o'clock tonight
was also held. Tho only eastbound train
that left hero tonight was the ono des
tined for Reno. Nov.. and which will be
hold at Colfux. Tho spcclul car of the
Earl of Euston was attached to this train
and will be tuken up by tho first through
train. According to railroad advices re
ceived hero all of tho sheds between
Bluo canyon and Cisco wero destroyed.
It Is expected that tho overlands will
resumo running tomorrow morning.
Appeals Being Mado to the Discon
tented Class in Russia.
nn.,MPIrT?ISBL;iRCV Se')l' 10Intenso
actlvltly Is being displayed by some Rus
sophoblc revolutionary organizations
abroad it seems that they havo united
, ?n, offort 10 "I'Pem to all tho discon
tented .classes of tho Russian population
Incendiary proclamations have been
smuggled across the border and distributed
broadcast In the towns and cities, espe
cially In Polish and Jowish centers call
sk 11 Ahc Il,l,lal,on to tnko advantago
of the Government's preoccupation owlmr
to the war to rise against the authorities
and overthrow the autocracy
Such propaganda In Russia always re
sults In an increase of violence. Tho
proclamations aro addressed to tho Jews
n particular, but the appeals me mado
to, all the heterodox sects, workmen and
socialists, and a now feature Is that si
pS!nnlts.Ca mad l S0ld,era ani
Many of the proclamations havo been
seized, and It Is proved that thoy havo
been printed In London. Until nmv thov
have met with Utile response In RuS
roper, but there have been several mani
festations In various places in Poland and
ff lnw,csler,n Rus,sln. whero the popula-
Btrn lion Ut iJS ?e''Rt Somon
siration, It is said, took place at Grodno
Th?dMiV,i,c.re pe,'80ns' Participated
.i1 M'n,?try of the Interior scemlnclv
n?si 1101 o"&eh great Importance to the
proclamations, and the reports that have
been received Indicate that tho peoplo
have not been stirred up by them. The
demonstrations, according to the Minis
try of the Interior, hao been small af.
leTce UNev2?t!1yni8Upp.?!9!,cd vio
icnce. nevertheless tho attempts to In-
vorelV WiT"0 whe" the country is sol
erely tried by reverses In the theater of
war uro naturally disquieting. WIcaicr or 1
We have 35 Acorn Eu
thut we don't want but i
wnt their room, so we'rtJ
! ting you havo them waj4n
low. They range In n.";
from $50 to SC$ andwii:
them go at from JS3 to t
I Big saving isn't it? Gcj
j range, too 1
CASH OR CREDIT, j
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j The Popular Harder 6aft
'Phone 1C37-K 'M'-27-29
W 3rd S'Jmt
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i Summers Tfl
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f may need something 10
t the complexion Weha"rK
t cellent preparation for t;
I pose. You will be hlgnlT
with IL A trial shopprfjj
I satisfied here. W
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