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) page two rHE SALT TitEBinSTE. Thursday motcning, September J
If i WILL NOMINATE,
-1 COUNTY TICKET
j Jtt Today's Smoofized
jjljj: Believed That a Complete
LfB Slate Has Been Agreed
II.' ' ifoj Bo sed Through by Apos-
' ''-IBb 1 lo'B Henchmbh With a Fow
j'jjll Possiblo Changes.
li s8 Tn0 Smootlzcd Republican convention
i.1 bK for Salt county will bo called to
, ( 11 order at tho Salt Lake Theater Ihlfl forc-
j '!. IB noon at 11 o'clock. James T Hammond,
! u -fSE Secretary of State, will bo the temporary
I ,! fjfflr chairman, and ho will deliver a Hhort
' ' i speech. The convention will adjourn -at
i ( noon until about 2 o'clock, when the per-
I 1 I'iafij mancnt officers will take control" and a
( '!,' I county ticket, already selected In moGl
'j-jjg K Instances and approved by tho Smoot-
; dClr Anderson-Calllstor-Sutherland crowd, will
, I bo nominated.
;'K Tho probability to that the ticket will bo
! ' ! the following:
! ; 6 Clerk-J. U. EldzMgc, Jr.
, , E Troasurcr W, 11. Farnsworth or W. O.
, I l Corbls.
i P -m SherllT Frank C. Emery.
,'- "Sa Auditor I. M. Fisher.
V Recorder P. O. Perkins.
Attorney A. B. Iryln or P. P. Chrlston-
I fit Asscsaor-C. M. Brown.
.-. $ I Surveyor J. B. Swcnson,
1 I i Commissioners J, E. Mackay and H.
:)Ji , N. Standlsh.
V; ? About one-thlrdof tho delegates In tho
,, Sj convention are men who uro not bound
'r ,aj ! by any ecclesiastical ties to Senator
'3 ' Smoot, and It Is paid that attempts will
l ' I (2 I bo made to break tho Smootlzed slato at
' every possible opportunity '
, !y The county tlckot will be nominated to
i f-; day and the Legislative ticket will be
, (jy taken up tomorrow. A complete alato for
ii both. Is bcllcvod to havo b'cen passed on,
' ' ' but tho secret, bo far as tho Legislative
h ' candidates, has been guarded with priest
ly f ly thoroughnees.
Some predict a number of Jars In to
;(. t- ", day's convention. The primaries Tuesday
' C i night left some bad feelings, and theso
, If,! "ai' be carried Into the nominating
I? J An attempt may bo made to namo the
jj i") Leglslatlvo ticket Immediately following
i j,?! tho colinty nominations In order to com
W; plcto tho tJckot and avoid the necessity
n of meeting the second day. It Is n6t con
, i sidered likely that thlB will be done, how
i 1 : -Jj over.
1 ) '
Senator Smoot's frlondB aro In the Bad
n ' i dlo In Salt Lake county so far oh the Re
,if 1 publican organization Is concerned. They
sjjj ) succeeded In electing practically straight
, !'! I Mormoh slates In n majority of tho dls
i R trlcts Tuesday night. Two-thirds of tho
' Km delegates to today's convention wear tho
X.. j i fl. apostolic collar, on which Is tho lotter
rS' Sn't Lake county Republicans hold a
2$ convention at Murray yesterday to nom
' ' Inato a candidate for Countj' Superln-
'2 .! ' tendent of Schools. D. "V. Ashton and
Mi u J. W Smith wore placed In nomination,
jl and the vote was W fqr1 Smith to GO for
J I Ashton. Smith's nomination was then
, '1 made unanimous.
11 At a caucus of Bait Lako county dcle
I ft j gates to tho convention today, held at
i t j Murray yesterday afternoon, It was
jf ! agreed to support thd fdllowlng candl-ii-
, datts: Cdmmlssloner, John C Mackay;
J 'I .1 Assessor, C. M. Browi, Rcprssontatlvcn,
. ,'fj ,! A, B. Anderson. O, E. Marks, William J.
j! Panter and S. J. Stookey; Stato Senator,
J,, D O. Rldcout
' l' ' O. "V". Corlson vas selected as ohalr-
man of tho delegation.
I ll , Lindsay N. Llghtfoot, who has been ono
1 Is of the leading candidates for n Lcglsla
f '(I tive nomination on the Republican ticket
'jfc and who Is n popular young labor leader,
f ; i has authorized The Tribune to stato that
I :f l ho will not permit his name to go before
jit; I the convention today,
i U ' JT feel that my personal following
!!"- , among the delegates la as largo as any
M IS other's," said Mr, Llghtfoot last night,
j 13" ! "and I am deeply grateful to my friends
hi for .their pledges of support, but I cannot
t' conscientiously tnko a placo on the ticket
k f wh ire I will be placed In opposition to tho
: i new Amorlcrtn party, I believe that tho
1 1 prln.-lplea gf the now party should pre
1 JH jl vail and now that tho contest Is on, 1
' , ' ' k ' feel that those who lire Interested Iti tho
i !? i future of Salt Lako City and Utah should
'u 1, forego any personal ambitions that may
I ' v Interfere with the new movement,
i , n i "I Am withdrawing beforo the conven-
H 1, lion because J do not wish my friends to
i k L labor under misunderstanding of my scn
(If I tlments. I shall support the American
1 Jit party at the poIIb this fall and until tho
, i;s abnormal condition In Utah politics Bhall
' ' f .'. bu corrected,"
If, J:!t '
i!5 t The News is now calling tho American
) iP V party "a new Insect," "a miserable con
i Ii? jr cocllon," etc.
nC Commantlnc on this some one suggests
i j that the News and Us apostolic prdmolers
J ' ji'.r will discover thai tho American party
y will not Only bo "poison to thotn,'1 but
t ! !f' that it had a sting that will put to flight
1 J Mr i; the mountobanks whom' the Nows Is sup
) , i porting,
if "i1- !
,f' ju H The- apathy In the Twentieth district
J Tuesday night, when but a few turned
I I fi out, was commented on very much yes
1 f iV 5 tcrday A great voto Is expected for tho
, kri American party In this district.
J il'vh,! ' '
I j ' i pno precinct twenty-two' Republican
I 1 womon who had been solicited to go to
I ' the jirlmarles Tuesday night, refrained
' I, from doing so. Some of them feared thoy
, f : i ' I wbuld bo challenged, whllo others de
Mr , . ! cllncd to participate In the primary bc
I, : ' ' ifi ueo they Intend to assist tho now party.
,i " , .1 Ji anther district many remained away
C , ; i t bccali3o the primary was held In a house
M ! '' wheio thiSre arc plural wIvch,
1 i' i 1
I i , j; .' Srimri of those who wcro defeated at tho
' ( ',1 'ti f Republican primaries In tho Twenty-ninth
,. ' Si! if district Tuesday night claim that they
, 'AN:i we,r0 "hamelessly chentcd and threaten to
i . N r i bring n contoat in tho convention today.
t , iM A Ar', Sha?y. .on? of he defeated, said
y ycaterdav that, by actual count, thero
) , l b were only 105 votci-a present and 13S bnl
, ' ' 'Oio were cast. Some of them, It Ih al
t . 1 1' i leged, wero folded together v,nen counted
' If Tho primary was held at tho home of
,1 . 1 V I -Irs. John JorieB, and it Is claimed that
. ; IH D. P. Thomas, a candidate for dulegato
tf- j o:i tho opposition ticket, was denied ad
; " T ) mlttance to the house. Hero In an actual
t 'M'-i case of fraud. Last year whon Frank
1 41 What Woman
x' ;fj docsnt want, a half-holiday?
'ji' ' IS Wh wilI niiss the chance to let
J,' " !i Fels-Naptha save her half a wash-
' j ii . ytls-N'optba. Philadelphia
Kno was nominated for Mayor there
wore many vacuo charges of fraud al
leged, but no spoclllc Instances glvtm.
The Mormon Republicans on tho unproved
charges of fraud bolted tho ticket by the
hupdredr. How many will bolt this year?
The News, a Democratic church organ,
gloats over .tho attendance of tho Re
publican primaries In some of tho dis
tricts Tuesday night. It says thin In
dicates that tho new party ban no
Among the politicians tho opinions of
tho Smootlzed press nro not considered
worth banking on. The politicians khow
that tho American party has thousands
of friends, and that It will control the
local situation absolutely,
Much Interest Is folt throughout tho
city over the aggressive work of tho
American party, Tho attempt of lta op
ponents to belittle It has served to adver
tlke It, and those who havo peon skeptical
ore learning that tho party workers aro
very much in earnest.
The rough-shod manner In. which the
ran most of tho primaries Tuesday night
has brought to the ncW party many sup
porters. There will be a general stam
pede, many predict, aftor nest week.
, The busiest place In Salt Lako City
these day Is the American party head
quarters. 'Tho committees on organiza
tion havo been almost swamped by tho
wont, mit tncy urn getting matters in
hand like tho old-tlmora which thoy arc,
should, and have alroadv a considorablo
lead of the so-called Democratic and Re
Hundreds Of visitors call dally, among
whom arc very earnest women of Salt
Senator Fred T. Dubois was In the city
from Blackfoot, Ida., yesterday on n bhsl
ncflo trip. He reported that, the fight
which Is being made by tho American
party of Utah on the control by the Mor
mon church leaders of tho politics of the
State, has attracted wide attontlon In
Teachers aro scarce In Washington
county, according to n story told In ono
of tho political headquarters yesterday,
and a school trusteo wrote to a friend In
Salt Lako asking him to look around and
sco if ho could find some otto suitable.
It happens that tcachorn are aiso scarco
In this city, but the Salt Laker In an
I obliging fellow and he obtained consent
of a young student to undertake a school
term In tho wilds of tho Southern Utah
He wrote, telling tho trustee of tho pros
pects and added: "I want you to know,
In ndvancc, however, that ho Is a sopho
more." The malls br6ught back this- "Wo do
not want a Bophomorc. Send us a Mor
Much has been heard tho past week of
tho entrance of a now and powerful can
didate In the United States Senatorial con
test OOv. "Wells'e friends, also, nrd us
ing his name with so much freedom that
somo aro saying It Is authoritative. Tho
Governor will not say that he is a candi
The Smoot forces were too strong for
Angus McKclIar candidate for Recorder,
and he has withdrawn. A few weeks ago
he was believed by niany to be very near
to the goal, but the Word wan passed out
to defeat hla friends for d61egatcs and the
Judge Powers, accompanied by "Judge
Powers the younger," left yesterday for n
ton days' campaign tour through south
ern Utah. Some arc regretting that the
Judgo will not bo present at tho barbecue
Candidate Cutler 1b reported to be etrug
gllng with some tariff schedules, fearing
that some ungodly American may aslc
him some knotty qliestloit tho next tiriie
he appears on the stump.
W. S. McCornlck is believed to bo giv
ing Groesbcck his principal support for
County Treasurer. Treasurer W. O. Car
bls will reach Salt Lake today to person
ally look after his campaign. W. II.
Farnsworth Is the other candidate.
The advertisements calling attention to
tho Democratic barbecue at tho Salt Pal
ace next Tuesday announce that oxen
"and other things" will be roasted
This provoked a politician to say: "I
take it that some one Is cooking up somo
hot things of a political nature, In which
case some of we Americans had better
stand from under."
. Tho editor of the Mantl Messenger and
other rabid Smoothes have been taken by
the ear and told to quit mud-sllnglng.
"Votes are not made bv abuse," the In
structions ai'c said to declare.
Tho Salt Lako Herald says the prospects
for Democratic success In Salt Lake coun
ty have brought two unsavory candidates
out for Democratic nominations. Tho
Herald warns the party leaders to keep
these characters off the ticket or It will
not support theni.
Gcorgo Lawrence's friends were busier
and hotter than hornets yesterday. Tho
treatment he has received from tho Sutherland-Anderson
crowd because he would
not pledgo his support to Sutherland was
so rnnk that unless Lawrence Is placed on
the ticket trouble will result, li Is said.
A Very silly story has been given cur
rency In certain parts of Salt Lako coun
ty. It sounds very much like one of thoHc
that come from tho very prolific mint of
(the lute chairman of
Coining the Republican State
3fn 11 ,S 10 effect
scones. tnflt n0 ono wll, bo
ltl . permitted to afilllate
with the American party of'Utah but native-born
citizens of the United States.
One of the representatives of the Amer
ican party who has been inquiring Into
the sentiment out of town was confronted
by this story at several points. It would
seem that the statement was being clrcu
lated by the Smootltes with vigor and tho
probability is it was set alloat at Tuesday
The American party Is welcoming to t
support all men and women, regardless of
their birthplace or religion, who feci that
tho union of church and state Is un
Amcrlcan and unjust and unwholesome.
No ono Is excluded, and It (a strange that
such a silly story, as -has b-.-en given out
will bo bcllovcd bv nnv one
- . v
It was told In political circles yesterday
that beforo George Buckle announced
hlm6clf for Sheriff that he wa3 assuted
that Frank C, Emery would bo defeated
because of Emory's alleged Intemperate
criticism of the Gentiles It was urged
that hla known radical views would de
feat hlra and weaken the general ticket.
On this basis, according to tho story,
Buckle was assured that he would not
have to defeat Emery If he becamo a can
didate but that, on the other hand, he
would go on tho Smoot slate.
Sheriff Emery's friends resent the story
and say that the report was circulated to
Injure their cnndldate'in the Interest of
Naylor. Lost night tho prospect for a
warm light for Sheriff seemed very good.
Several beta wore offered and taken yes
terday that tho American parly will not
poll WOO votes In Salt Lake county. One
for flM was covered that tho new party
will not poll C500 In Salt Lake county. G
R. Cleavehtnd has S10O up that the new
party will poll C000 votes-ln the cr.unty..
It wns reported that a well-known poli
tician wanted to bet $500 that the American
party vote would not be 5000 In tho county
but this offer was not made. . '
Former State Senatbr John G. M. Barnes
of Kaysvllle. a prominent Mormon Dem
ocrat, who docs net favor church pdlltlcs
was In the city yesterday. '
Breach of faith on the part of Mormon
headers In the Fourth district prlmarv
Tuesday night has caused a good-lzed
split in tho Republican rankB there It
waH agreed In caucUH that half of the del
egates should be Mormon and half non
Mormdn. But Judgo Tunnor tfnd others
got busy and cut all of the Gentiles out
but Chairman L. B. Moore, and elected
seven Mormons. The work was so rank
that many will not sustain It, and 'the
American party has made several strontr
It was told .yesterday that Orson H
Hewlett, who was worsted In a light
Tuesday night with Joseph L. Wellor. was
forced to promise that ho will support the
tlcktit Tho light grow out of the result
of tho Fifth district primary. Hewlett Is
a cundidato for (he Slnto Senate and Is
nld to havo been ngrecd on as one of the
Sutherland slate men. He failed to car
ry his district primary Tuesday night, be
cause of the strong fight mado against
him by Wellor. Wellcr rubbed It In on
Howlelt until a row resulted. This was
patched up, In a manner, but was resumed
when the men met on Stato and Fifth
South late Tuesday night. Neither was
Superintendent' W. R. Jones of tho In
firmary, who wears nn Anderson-SUlhcr-lnnd
collar, had mitttera his own way at
tho primary In the Fifty-third district
Tuesday night. Less than a dozen property-owners
turned out, but the superin
tendent had about fifty paupers thero and
was hauling moro to tho voting plnco,
when some one, seizing tho humor of tho
situation read tho names on tho Jones
slate; they were all elected delegates with
out opposition, and Supnrlntendent Jones
was mado the district chairman.
Tho American party of Utah has Issued
a circular to tho votoro of Salt Iako
county giving Information of valuo on
things of Interest In the campaign now be
ing waged. Tho circular calls ecpoclal
attention to the no
Important Cam- cesslty for rcglstcr
paign Circular P'yc9 reglstra-
' tv tlon dates and the
ijjUea' nnmcn of all rcgls-
.tratlon officers that
have thus far qualified, together with the
registration places. These will bo placed
Into evory home In Salt Lako City and
county by representatives of the now par
ty, who begin a general canvass of tho
The circular, among other things, con
tains tho following:
"Evory voter who desires to cast a bal
lot nt the general election on November S,
1901. and at the school ole.ctlon In Salt
Lako City on December 7, 1!MI, must reg
ister. "Thero will bo an entlrclv new rcglstra
tlon thl.'i year.
"No matter If you havo voted hcrotofore
for years In this county, you will not be
allowed to vote this year unless you reg
"Tho registration officer will not .come
to you; you must go to him If you desire
"A registration officer has boon appointed
for each voting district in Salt Lake coun
ty There are ninety-two voting districts.
The canvasser who loaves this circular
with you will hand you a card which will
tell you tho number of your voting dis
trict, the name of your district registra
tion officer and his address. If you fall
to got such a card or If vou should loso
or misplace It prior to October 8, tele
phone American party- headquarters, or
drop a poatal card to said hoadquarters,
217 Atlas block. Salt Lako City, and the
Information will bo furnished you.
"Telephone numbers nro: Bell telephone
No. -Ill; Independent telephone No. 27S9.
"Remember If you do not register
Vou cannot voto at tho general election In
"Remember, further, If you do not reg
ister you cannot vbto at tho school elec
tion In December.
"Tho dns on Which you can register and
tho only days on w"hlch you can get your
hamo on the list are":
'Tuesday, October 11; Wednesday, Oc
tober 12; Tuesday. October IS, Tuesday.
November 1; Wcdnosdav, November 2.
"Theso aro the only fHe days In which
you can register. There at e no other days.
iou aro respectfully urged lo register Oc
tober 11. Get In early and avoid the rusfh.
Do not delay registration until the last
minute. Thero Is nothing to bo gained by
delay In this matter.
"If you cannot llnd time to register on
October 11, be sure to register on October
12. That Is a good day. It Is Wednesday.
It Is the second day of registration, and
tho registrar will bo busy
"But If the 11th and 12th find you other
wise engaged, remember that ono week
later. Tuesday. October IS. ought to find
you at the registration office bright and
early. It's Important. If you have children-
you owe them a dutv. Our public
schools should be free from ecclesiastical
nflucnco and control. No tithes should
be exacted from tho overworked and un
derpaid school teachors. Do get there ear
ly October IS.
'If, perchance, you have failed of regis
tration in the October davs, do not fall to
get thero In November. The first of No
vember will find the registration oflloer Irt
your district again at his post. Seek him.
'Do not let tho sun go down on No
vember 2 without having your namo on
tho registration list. You will certainly
regret It If you do, You may not think it.
but your voto Is just as Important as
every other man's and woman's vote In
this county. November 2 Is the Inst of the
eventful llvo days "
Tho American party of Utnh has also
Issued the following address to tho voters:
"The American party of Utah heartilv
urges you to lino up In Its ranks with
the thousands who havo already volun
teered to do so. The party la formed to
nv . . , - onforco in Utah two
Objects of New great objects dear
American 10 lhe heart of every
pi. trbo American,
Party. "First. To support
,. . . , rt0 ultimate succcs3
by party organization the light against
tho dominance or Interference of anv
church In the affairs of stato In ITtah,
"Socond' To frco tho public schools from
sectarian control and continuously so
"Ask yourselves these qucsllonn-
"1. Do you bolleve thero has been Intor
feronco und dominance bv any church
In political afTalrs In Utah?
"2. If so, arc you for It or arc you
acalnst It? 3
"3. Do you not know that by Instructing
a mass of . pubservlcnt voters the domi
nant church has controlled and will con
tinue to dictate tho success of tho vic
torious party at all elections, wheroln It
deems It to the Interest of tho church to
"4 As American citizens arc you wllllntr
to quietly submit to such dictation?
"Come with ua and fight openly for our
plan to mako Utah as free from the con
trol of any church na are tho other States
of our great Nation. Wo aro not nirhtlmr
a religion, but wo demand a State with
out religious control and religions without
politics. Vote our ticket. It does not In
terfere with your voting for tho Presi
dential Electors of your, choice, nor for
tho Judges and District Attorney you pre
fer. Simply put an X In the clrclo bV
neath tho American Flag (our emblem),
then place Xs opposite tho names of the
Electors. Judges and District Attorney
A friend to The Tribune writes, "I
hoartlly approve of tho action of your pa
per In opposition to tho priestly rule. God
speed tho American party's efforts to
Republican delegates of, tho First prc
clnot will meet to organize on tho stago
0 the Salt Lako Theater at 9:30 o'clock
"It Is really pitiable, not to say nause
ating to lieur somo of the Smoot syco
phants who are non-Mormons, standing
around arguing that there wa3 no church
Interference or apostolic domination of
tho Republican State convention," was
tho comment of a prominent Salt L;iker
"Every mother's son of them Is cither
appealing to tho Mormon sympathy In a
political way or to the Mormon purse in
a business way. Every man knows that
without apostolic influence that Smoot
could not have nominated Cutlor and that
without Snioot Cutler could not havo
rounded up forty votes,"
Tho Salt Lake Herald of September 21
published an Interview with Col. Ed
Looso of Provo, tho bosom friend of
Apostle Senator Smoot, Republican Na
tlonul committeeman from Utah and .a
prospective candidate for Senatorial hon
ors, The Herald reporter must certain! v
have misquoted the Colonel ns no Indivi
dual holding tho important National po
sition that he doeH or who aspires to the
loftier ono of United States Senator or
who is the constant associate of an apos
tle of tho Mormon church, coUld ever bo
guilty of using diction, which If not bor
dering on tho sporty order, Is, to Bay the
least of It, Inelegant and offenslvo to the
oar of the refined rhetorician. Tho fol.
lowing Is tho article:
Col. Ed Loose, Republican National
committeeman, came up from Provo yes
terday to mingle with the Republican co
horts at headquarters. lie wus In con
sultation with Senator Smoot. Chairman
Spry and others during the afternoon.
"How Is th American party getting
HAS DUN THINGS
National Committeeman D.
H. Peary Says It Will Go a
In Which tho Slogan of the Party
Will Bo "We Neither Fear Nor .
Scok the Church."
Special to Tho Trlbulio.
NEW YORK, Sept. 21. National Com
mitteeman D. H. Peary of Utah has ar
rived here for tho purpose of going ovor
tho political situation with Chairman
Tnggart. Mr. Peary was ono of the mon
who helped secure tho national chair
manship for tho Indiana man
When nsked what ho thought of tho
situation In Utah, Mr. Peary said: "I
havo mado It a point not to fight political
battles In tho newspapers and, further
more, I do not bellovo in making clalmB.
So far as Utah Is concerned, this Is to
bo a campaign of nets, not words, so far
as tho Democrats aro concerned.
Will Not Attack Church.
"For tho first time tho Democrats have
decided not to atack tho Mormon
church pur slogan Is, 'Wo neither fear
nor Beck thcr church,' That sums up the
whole situation so far as our pland -aro
"I might say that thoro Is to bo a si
lent campaign. Thoro will bo plenty of
speech-making, however, which may
ucom a little paradoxical In view of my
previous statement I mean that the en
emy will know nothing of our plans until
they arc put Into execution.
Organizing Like Tigers.
"Wo huvo a good organization, and I
think that wc have a good c banco of
carrying tho Stato. particularly In view
of tho split In tho Republlcnn party In
rcgnrd to tho church. Tammany JIali
shows what an organization can do, and
whllo wo aro Just beginning to get ono In
ITtah, wo aro formulating our plans Just
as does Tammany.
"For the next six weeks wo will havo
ti lively time of It. but I feel that wo
havo at least nn even chanco. V o will
not antagonize the Mormon olomcnt."
THAT CHANGE OF BASE.
Recent Gyrations of Somo of Utah's
Nowspapers Lead to Speculation.
Ogden State Journal: The Logan Jour
nal, a stanch, and true Democratic news
paper and, of course, not particularly In
terested In Sonator Thomas Koarns nor
caring ono whit what his political fate
may be, Is yet curious to "know what
has caused such a change to come o'er
tho spirit of tho dreams of thoso Repub
lican organs that were orstwhllo not only
his warm, but red-hot champions." When
Tom was a candidate theso organs
boomed him In season and out of season
told of his general Information and good
hard sense, elc. The Journal believes
along In Utah county. Colonel?" some
body asked the big man from Provo.
"Umpf!" said tho Colonel. "Hain't
seen anything of 'em down thoro. What
do you know about 'em? Umpf?"
"1 don't know anything about them.
It's Information I'm looking for"
"Umpf Information, hey'' Umpf! Well,
I never had much Information, but I'd bo
willing to take a small bet that 1 voto
tho straight Republican ticket Umpf?
Yes, sir, I'd be willing to buy a small pool
on tho caglo If I could get It cheap.
"How about this story that after Smoot
Is removed you're to got his soat?"
"Umpf! Who, me? Umpf! My boy, my
UCy! Don't you get to swelling mo up
like that! First thing you know I'll just
be spreading nil over tho sidewalk. I'll
bo getting that big! Umnf! Nopal Can't
fill tho old man up llko that1 Umpfl
ICearns or eomo of these follows might
buy wlno on tho strength of a talk like
that, but not old Ed' No, slrl Umpfl
Garfield Republicans Nnme Ticket.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PANGU1TCH, Utah, Sept 21. The coun
ty convention of Garfield county convened'
at Escalanto oil September 15, nominated
a full county and legislative ticket and
perfected a new Republlcnn organization.
Following Is the ticket.
Representative Alfred Luther.
Clerk George B. Hancock.
jiiioi ney u. j. uuuiumg.
Treasurer W T. Owens.
Sheriff Thomas Haycock.
Recorder Marie Worthcn.
Commissioners D. L. Hey wood and
Assessor John II. Davis.
County Superintendent of Schools S. E.
County Chairman R- W. Sovy.
County Secretary George B. Hancock.
Everything looks bright for tho Repub
lican party this year In Garfield county.
Like to See Church Out of Politics.
Special to Tho Tribune
SANTAQUIN. Sept. 21.-Thcre aro a few
hero who wish tho American party God
speed. A good churchman tojd your cor
respondent today that he would llko to
si?o tho day when the church would leave
politics entirely alone, as it causes noth
ing but atrlfe and bad feeling among tho
brethren It Is estimated that tho new
party will pant G000 votes.
Eureka -Elects County Delegates.
Succlal to The Tribune.
EUREKA. Sept. 21. At the Republican
primary held hero tonight the following
delegates wore selcctod to attend tho
County convention at Mammoth, Septem
ber 29: Herbert Hopes, Capt. Hugo D6
prczin, Gus J. Henrold, J, C. Sullivan
John Morlcy, J B, Turner. H. F, Fuller
Idc, Jnmeri D. Stack.
The following precinct committee was
also selected: Herbert Hopes, Jamos D
Drlscoll. George flausort. W. J. Trcgon
Ing. Gus J. Henrold, David Russell.
Tonight's primary was presided over
by- M. D. Ilowletl, with C. Hulsh as sec-retaiw.
Goes After Smoot and Cutler.
The Id.iho City World, discussing tho
new American party In Utah, says: Old
sores will bo reopened and will not bo
healed for another generation) and all to
gratify tho political ambltloiiB'of a fow
Arc quickly and permanently cured by Drake's
Palmotto Wlhe. No distress Or Flutulcncy after
third day. Ono bottle cures. Trial bottle free
to readers of this paper who send uddresa to
Drake Formula Comimuy, Chicago. j
that "all of theso good qualities should
havo boon Improved and. added to by
four' years contact with tho brainiest
body of men In tho Unltod Slates, and
hny llttlo crudltlos that may havo. oxlutcd
boon rubbed off through contact with tho
best society In Washington," but If theso
same former sycophants and toadies nro
to "be behoved now. Tom's succosft was
duo to bull-hoadcd luck," he "did not
learn anything. Cither from bOOkd. ob
servation or nHooclatlon," The Journal
asks: "What dooa It all indicate? Is It
fdlr to Tom? Docs It not In many In
ntnnccs savor of tho dog which bit tbo
hand that befriended lt-of bencllts for
got? If Tom Is all that they now say of
him. what of tho papers which boomed
him In noason .and out as tho acmo of
Senatorial perfection?" And tho answer
Is, they haVo been Smootlzed that Is to
say, "unduly Influenced."
ALVA ADAIfS NOMINATED.
Colorado Democrats Choose tho Ex
Governor aa Candidate
DENVER, Sept. 2L Alva A. Adams of
Puoblo wan for a third time nominated
for Governor tonight by the Stato Dem
ocratic convention. Tho convention at
S:1G tonight then took a recess until to
morrow morning, when the rest of tho
ticket will bo nominated.
Tho platform adopted conllrms allegi
ances to the national platform adopted at
St Louis and to the nominees of that
convention. The Republican Stato ad
ministration Is accused of violating ovory
safeguard guaranteed to tho Individual by
the bill of rights; declares tho right of
ovory man to carp his living unrestricted
and untrammcled; demand for an eight
hour law having been incorporated Into
our constitution. It Is thorefore boyond
discussion and tho general assembly must
comply with the public mandate. . The
Governor Is accused of deliberately vio
lating the law which forbids cither tho
lncroaoo or decrease of an Incumbent's
compensation, calls for a Department of
Forestry; Initiative and referendum.
Unit Rule Still Stands.
Sonator T, M Patterson made an ef
fort In tho convention to do away with
the unit rulo, but after a long discussion
this wns voted down.
DARK HORSE RUN IN.
Cady Herrick Nominated by Demo
crats of New York for Governor.
SARATOGA, N. Y., Sept. 21. By a
unanimous vote today tho Democratic
convontlon nominated Supreme Court Jus
tice D. Cady Herrick of Albany for Gov
ernor. The agreement upon Hcrrlclt carrto
after a long series of conferences, which
wore carried on nlmoat up to tho very
moment of the presentation of Henick's
name In the convention He Is essentially
n compromlso candidate between Edward
M Grount and Edward M. Shopard, both
of Brooklyn, who practically drove each
other from the field
Tho platform Is chiefly dovotcd to State
Issues. It "arraigns beforo the bar of
public Judgment the ono-mnn power that
today dominates tho Republican organi
zation of New York State," pledges a di
vorce of tho State government from cor
ruption and graft, and to the enforcement
of tho civil service laws; non-partisan con
trol of the public ochols Is advocated, and
good roads favored. On national Issues
the platform says: "We Indorse the
Democratic National platform and reso
lutions adopted at St. Louis In July last
as a complete exposition of Democratic
principles and policies, upon all tho living
issues of the present time. ' It Indorses
the Democratic nominations for President
and Vice-President of the United States.
Montana Labor and Populist Con
vention Are for Democrats.
HELENA, Mont. Sept. 21. The Labor
and Populist conventions adjourned this
afternoon, after having Indorsed the
nominees on tho Democratic State ticket.
Tho Populists Indorsed tho Populist elec
tors on tho national ticket and tho Labor
convention did not Indorse or nominate
any Presidential electors,
Tho conventions were not In session
long today, tho greater part of the tlmo
being dovotcd to waiting for the confer
ence committees The Labor conferenco
cornmlttoc refused to entertain any prop
osition and the Populists, who becamo
angry, said that ns tho Labor people
would not fuse with them, and ns tho
Labor men only wanted to Indorse Toole
tho Populists would fool them and In-
?orse the wholo Democratic ticket, which
The Labor men had an Interview with
Gov. ToOlc, who Is tho Democratic nomi
nee Gov. Toole promised the Labor mch
If thoy would lndorso every man on tho
Democratic tlckot, ho would pledge him
self not to accept an election for United
States Senator, but would not give the
pledgo unless tho wholo tlckot was In
dorsed. Ho refused to mako the pledge
If ho alone was Indorsed. When the com
mltteo reported to the Imbor convention
thero was no disposition to turn down
the report, and It went through by unan
The committee representing tho anti
trust Democrats and Republicans has
not yet announced what It will do In rcf
cronco to Indorsing a tlckot or putting un
a new one.
One in Montana Has Not Decided
What to Do.
HELENA, Mont, Sopt 21.-Tho confer
ence committee, representing what Is
known as the anti-trust party, which
come to Helena before tho meeting of the
Labor and Populist State conventions,
left for homo tonight, without having of
llcla ly announced what their action as
1, tho two Uckota in the Held will be
When tho Labor conference committee
met tho monibers of tho nntl-trust com
mittee, representing tho antl-tnist Demo
crats, that wing of tho anll-trhsters said
tho Indorsement of Toole and the others
on the Democratic tlckot was aatlsfactorv
The antl-truRters representing the Re
publican wing wore next admitted to a
conference with the Labor committee.
They absolutely refused to indorse Toolo
and the Democratic ticket, but this com
mittee or branch of a committee, did not
mako any official announcement as to
what It would do.
The mcmbors of the anti-trust commit
tee will return to Helena Monday when
tho Democratic State Central commltteo
meets, and It Is probablo that after that
meeting thero will bo an official nro
nouncemcnt frdm tho committee or its
two wlnus. 13
Kings County Indorses Ticket.
SARATOGA. N. Y Sopt. 21. The Klnc'n
county delegation met hero tonight and
Indorsed the ticket nominated todav. Sen
ator McCarren, In a speech, pledged everv
Domocrat to voto In the county for Her
rick and the whole Stato ticket
NO CHURCH INFLUENCE.
Heitfold and Jackson Talk to Pocn-
tello People on Subject.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida., Sopt. Jl.-Ex-Sonu-tor
Heltfeld, candidate for Governor, and
Charles 11. JncksOn, chulrman of Demo
cratic Stato committee, spoko hnre. tn
night to a largo audloncc. amonjc whom
were many Republicans and Mormon T
If,1" ei ,St5,iator Heltfeld's remarks cover
ing State Issues wcro well receiver! n.i
ho evidently pleased the peopld.mSS?
of whom waited to bo Introduced to hTm
after tho meeting "Im
Chnlrman Jackson denned the Mormon
plank, and In an Impassioned, speech
served notice that tho people of Idaho
wore going to suppress poIyKumy and
church Intarferenco In politics w
Claimed that tho platform WaH receiving
the support of the young- Mormom but
the trouble was with tho Jack "&nni
He strongly appealed In an eloquent ft
1 Don't forget the clipping contest. Any
m little girl under U years of ago can enter, 5
v Look for the Buck trade mark. The trolley -
ride will take place on Oct Sth. JSring- J
J your clippings in on Oct. 3rd. ,
V Freed Furniture xd
&, Carpet Co. fM
The Homa Providers. 4
1 TRIBUNE, vVeT
Ir.g, to tho worruin of Idaho, to save the
State from becoming another Utah.
IDAHO GENTILES TERRORIZED.
Church Authorities Seem to Have
Gotten in Thoir Work in Stato.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida . Sept 21. Ex-Scna-tor
Ilcltfolt apokc at Soda Springs to a
very small audience last night. He talked
ontlrely on State Issues, especially tak
ing tho so-callod atitl-Mormdn plank for
his text. He declared he was In full ac
cord with his party and that polygamy
and church Interference In politics must
coase. He also said that tho Mormon
plank meant what It said, and contained
no ulterior motive. Apparently tho au
thorities have terrorized many of tho
Gontlles, for during his trip In tho Mor
mon section of tho State many old ac
quaintances of Tleltfult seemed afraid
to associate with him, while everywhere
tho younger element of tho Mormons
were conspicuous In treating the Sena
tor with great courtesy.
OREGON VOTERS SHUT OUT.
Defect in Law May Prevent Many
From Participtaing in Primaries. .
PORTLAND. Or . Sept. 2i. A deject
which has been discovered In the direct
primary law passed nt the last session of
tho Legislature may prevent a large per
cent of the. registered voters of this city
from participating In tho nomination of
candidates preliminary to the municipal
election next June. According to the pro
visions of the law a voter must, when he
applies for registration, declare with
which party ho expects to affiliate. It Is
dtatcd that this was done by but a Bmall
number, perhaps not more than 6 per cent
Should the contention that such a defect
oxlsts be sustained by tho court, the only
remedy will bo to call an extraordinary
session of the Legislature, as the enact
ment of the direct primary law repealed
tho old law of nominating by party convontlon.
Results of the Ballot in Congression
ST. PAUL, Bufit. 2J. Late returns re
ceived trcm (.'ouBresslonal districts
where there were contests on tho Repub
lican tickets In yesterday's direct vote
primary election show that in the
Second district Congressman J. T. Mo
Cleary won. In the Fifth district, Min
neapolis, where there were nve candi
dates for the Republican nomination,
One being former Mayor A. A. Anie
now under Indictment for alleged com
plicity in municipal corruption,. Loren
l'letcher won on the Republican ticket
and H. C. Koehler on the Democratic
ticket. In the Sixth district C. C. Buck
man won the Republican nomination
TALKS TO REPUBLICANS.
Senator Fnirbanks Addresses Penn
sylvania League at Reading.
READING, Pn., Sept 21.Tho llrst
day h meeting of tho convention of the
1 ennsy vanla league of Republican clubo
was tollotvcd tonight by a monster pa
rade and a mass meeting In tho Academy
that Pros dent McKlnlev ini!i i ir
?arr,rrrCla,ldard & & cStm'eof "a"
Senator Fairbanks spoke stroiitrlv in fn
n$!LffinA15ffii f thc Sd TAX S:
in. OUOU.U statistics In, support of his as-
"For several years "my wife was
troubled with -what physicians called
slcK headache of a very severe charac
ter. She doctored with several emi
nent physicians and at a great expense
only to grow worse until she was un- !
able to do any kind of work. About a
year ago she began taking Chamber-
lalns Stomach and Liver Tablets and !
today wolgbs more than she ever did !
before and Is real well," says Mr 5
George E; Wright of Now London, New
l ork, For sale by alf "leading drug- !
f Sf-rtlon that our material t-i
during the past four JwM
administration verges uooa r$
pus. There Is nowhere Kfe
history a period which will
t He spoke In support c!tt
Istratlon'B foreign jhjIIcv, uiw
slon said. .
-a-he Republican parly j ui
worthy of tho support of tii !
people than It la today iij i
were never more vital la ca Is
system and national devtifed
now, and If wo but adhere, is ti
gio our potent support iotlsi
ti ation of Theodore HomJt n
go forward expanding In kz&
national strength "
Parker Going to Km w
. NEW YORK. Sept. !Mi Mj
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lng hero shortly after J o'dwt TfT
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