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If HE PACIFIC
1 Parly Starts
ijL Three Speeches in
liada-at Carson, Vir
pi ' ginia and Reno.
1 s Up b0 fallacy of Newlonds's
jiJa to Paternity Irriga
te;' tlon Lavr.
W- l Kev Oct. 5. Senators Falr
i Fulton spoke today In the
'stlpil cities of Nevada, Reno.
j ! Virginia At Truckcc. on the
rf'tha Sierras, at 7 o'clock this
m. lie r'y bad0 adlcu to tno
-' !rf California and to tho peoplo of
1 r L pacific coast States. Tho stop
I ' at Truckoo before breakfast,
"? ' , jj-jui speech was made. This
58 ill l ' fa I' a mistake in announcing tho
V a for the evening Instead of tho
iffer-; gj, There were, however, a num
i rfcuttt tho railroad station when
' pulled In there and theso the
'1 a rted wlth a hcartv htind-9-
t U ft few Informal words ho ox
'h f& VJ appreciation of the hospltal
,i ) fctffcid been everywhere on the trip
; I rjd to him.
i 4 Reno early this morning they
i &iU the other two places, ro--li
tire for tho night meeting.
Ytfi- ' xrrge Nevada to Return.
5 'f-riila the Senators wero driven
j b four-horse carriages and given
' ssjl view of tho points of hlstorl
" t&at Both at Carson and Vlr-
j , iif Trere cordially greeted and
1 laarkJ liberally applauded In all
rt&ts Uioy urged the return of
ft to tho Republican ranks and
dwelt upon tho capacity of that party to
i!1"1"'" Prosperity In the country.
U?J? l.hS workcrB Jn theso mines come
viriect'..T 8(11(1 Senator Fairbanks at
lvam s,uro tne' "ach the
conclusion that there Is more prosperity
ror them under Republican policies than
under any othor policies. po,,-"-!1 tnan
n;E SI",? f0u lhl sHPport of the Repub
lican party by the State. Senator Falr-
W'ti ih0 Pacific. I have been In
tho Now England States: In tho northern
Rocky mountain, region; in tho Mississippi
valley and have seen many of my coun
trymen, and I bring it to you as mv dc
IV .raic,-,-lU(lBnicnt tnat th people of tho
Un ted States have already determined In
their heart of hearts to continue Theodore
Roosevelt In tho Presidency for tho next
four years to come."
Asks Nevadans to Support Ticket.
Discussing at tho same place the nues
i tlon of irrigation, Senator Fairbanks made
reference to tho fact that the Democratic
party had In its platform laid claim to tho
paternity of tho existing reclamation
statute and had designated It as tho
"Nowlrtnds law." This claim, he pro
nounced to be without foundation, be
cause, he continued. President Roosevelt
deserved in tho main tho credit for that
most Important legislation. "The bill was
recommended by a Republican President
and enacted Into 'law by a Republican
"And yet the Democratic party takcB
unto Itself all the credit and calls It tho
Ncwlands law. I esteem Senator New
lands very highly and In view of the facts
In the case I cannot believe his name was
thus coupled with this great moaauro
with his knowledge or consent Tho Re
publican party is not brought to tho
straight of borrowing credit where It Is
not due, but on tho other hand, we do not
mean to yield cur rights in this Import
ant point to any other party." The state
ment was received with applause.
Took Bryan to Task.
In his speeches at Carson and Virginia
City. Senator Fulton took William J.
Bryan to task for recent speeches, de
claring that he had sought to revive the
raco question and to ntlr up strife be
tween labor and capital. He defended tho
Ropubllcan party as the best friend tho
laboring clement ever had.
Just as he was about to tako tho
train from Carson, Senator Fairbanks
was presented with an elaborately carved
silver and horn cane by L. H. Rogers
of the local Roosevelt club. v
Given Ovation at Reno.
In this city tonight tho Senators ad-
dressed all tho people who could crowd
Into the Grand theater and tho demand
for admittance made It evident that a
much larger hall could havo been filled.
Tho meeting was marked by a high de
gree of enthusiasm and the applause was
frequent and pronounced. Ex-Chief Jus
tice Massoy presided. Tho addresses wero
again along general lines and again tha
people of this state were urged to givo
their support to the Republican party as
best calculated to promote the state's
Republican Record Presented.
Senator Fairbanks presented the claims
of his party to tho support of the peo
plo becauso of Its record as a business
organization, "The Republican party " he
75 IN EVERY HUNDRED REFUSED LIFE INSURANCE ON
ACCOUNT OF KIDNEY TROUBLE,
Br. S. J. Reade, a Medical Insurance Examiner of Wide Experience, Located at, Buffalo, N. Y., Says More People
, Are Refused Life Insuranc e on Account af Kidney Troubles Than for All Other Causes Combined.
t WARNER'S SftFE CURE
Secures Life Insurance for Thousands Once Rejooted "I Presciibo.lt
in My Practice, and Regard It as a Most Wonderful Cure for Kidney
Dr. Reade, In his Interview, went on to say :
"In tho courao of my life I hayo examined many thousands of men and wo
mon for life insurance, so that I speak from experience when I stato that moro
aro rejected on account of weak kldnoys than for all other diseases put together.
In fact, nearly every second person has kldnoy trouble, though very few even sus
pected its presence until they came up for examination.
Many of those I had refused returned later on and wero accepted, the most
careful examination falling to discover tho slightest traco of kidney dlseaso In
their systems. I always asked how they wero cured, and invariably tho answer
was, 'By taking Warner's Safe Cure.'
"For many years I have prescribed Warnor'fl Safe Curo In my practice with
marked success, and my professional friends use It exclusively. I bellevo In It firm
ly and recommend It as a wonderful curo for kldnoy, liver and bladder diseases."
S. J. Reade, M. D., H71 Seneca Street.
CURES KIDNEY DISEHSES.
Kidney troubles creep Into the system unawares. Boforo you know It they aro
deep-seated. Do not neglect yourself If you havo bachache, headache, rheumatic
pains and swellings, drowsiness, loss of appetite, stomach trouble, bad complexion
and skin troubles, frequent desire to urinate and painful passing of the water, a
brick-dust sediment In morning urlno aftor It stands 24 hours; or, If a woman, bear
ing down sensation, painful periods, fainting and other no-called fomale sickness.
DR. S. J. READE. These all tell you your kldnoys havo been diseased for months, for Buch outward
symptoms seldom show themselves until tho poison has penotrated the organs and
tho danger point, been reached. Warners oafe Curo Is tho one certain and unfailing remedy. It not only removes tho first symp
toms, but cures ndvanccd cases of Bright' s Dlseaso, Diabetes, Rheumatism, GoUt, Gall Stones, Inflammation of tho Bladder,
Liver and Urinary Organs. It Is prescribed by doctors, and used In hospitals. You can buy it at any drug storo or direct; 60
cents and $1.00 a bottle.
If you have any doubt as to the development of the disease in your system,,,! .(2i lRwifsc TL f 1 veic
send a small sample of your urine In a bottle to tho Medical department, Warnor's aiuauac u. i nnui jraio
Safe Curo Co., Rochester, N. T., and our doctors will analyzo it and send you a report, with advlco and medical booklet, all
SUBSTITUTES AND IMITATION'S are worthless, and generally dangerous. Get the Old Reliable Warner's
Safe Cure recommended by doctors for over 3 years.
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS MOVE THE BOWELS GENTLY AND ATD A SPEEDY CURE.
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said, "Is harmonious. Thcro Is no con
flict of sentiment, either as to our meas
ures or with respect to our candidate for
tho Presidency. Republican triumph will
assure tho country that tho administra
tion of public affairs will not be em
barrassed by warring factions.
People Must Support President.
No President can successfully adminis
ter the Government who docs not havo
back of him the loyal and intelligent sup
port of a great party lilted to govorn;
no President Is wise and nblo enough to
succeed without tho cordial and united
support of his party associates, and no
President can fall to give to tho country
a successful administration who has tho
Intelligent and united support of a great
What Republican Triumph Means.,
"The opposition Is composed of discord
ant elements It Is sharply divided upon
im II I II I IIMI IllllI MTTTlMITn
Important Issues, and Its leadership is
not supported with entire unanimity. Re
publican triumph will mean tho success
of a united party, thoroughly dedicated
lo the support of wise and well-known
policies. All of the groat departments
of the Government will bo In control of
men skilled In tho administration of pub
lic affairs, and who will co-operato In
the advancement of tho country to the
fullest possible degrco In tho ways of
peace and prosperity. It Is essential to
have not only a sound President, but a
sound, harmonious party back of him."
Tho party loft tonight for Utah.
JONES TAKES A HAND.
Former Senator Comes to Rescue of
J udge Parker.
NEW YORK, Oct 6 Ex-Senator James
K. Jones of Arkansas saw Judge Parker
today, and after tho conforenco an
nounced that ho will give his undivided
time to Judge Parkor In any way he can
bo of service. Mr. Jones ridiculed stories
started a week ago that ho had with
drawn his support from tho national tick
et. Ho said Novada and Montana aro
Democratic and that reports aro favorable
from Colorado. Idaho, Wyoming and
Washington So far as theso States aro
concerned, ho said, a great deal of hard
work on the part of tho campaign com
mittee will bo necessary. He said ho was
not hopeful of carrying Washington for
tho national ticket, but that ho bolloved
former Senator Turner, tho Democratic
candidate for Governor, will bo elected.
Representative Van Dusor of Nevada
talked with Judge Parker concerning tho
campaign In his State, and told tho Judge
he would start at once for Nevada, where
he will mako speeches dally until election
day Other members of Congress who
called today wero Representatives Bur
gess Comper and Burleson of Toxas,
I On account of the crowds in the city fonconfer- I j
I ence and the fair, the railway company informs I
I us that it will be impossible to furnish cans, so we I 'rl
1 will have to give up the trolley party.' But we want I
1 you to be at our store just the same at 2 o'clock. We ' I il
I are going to give you a theater party at Utahna . 1
I park from 2 to 4, and every girl will receive a box 1 !
1 of candy. Now don't forget to be on hand and we 9
1 will show you all a good time just the same. I
j 18 TO 40 EAST THIRD 0. ST. l
m m w inwinB mp)S(gteni(Bis nffcir dfeg graft rainig f slnm I
w lo mute & cdna m (taiiraM ia for A prefer f CBmsttoas I
; $.a(.e pajr js an event to illustrate the resources of Utah. And the occasion further serves to illustrate the resources of this store. Out-of-town
ii people are as much surprised at the reasonableness of our prices and the great range of merchandise carried as they are at the beauty of this store. An hour spent . jJ
Jk within the doors of this store in sightseeing is as interesting as it is profitable if one feels inclined to purchase. H
) VISITORS TO CONFERENCE AND TO THE FAIR ARE CORDIALLY URGED TO ACCEPT THIS INVITATION. H
mi mm Yte NiMa Vn!w lungs CfenMri9s Lig CE(sfe !
r-7 .There arc jnst one hundred, comprising a A big and beautiful line is just in. For-S N ? 'H
lwn in black moire, cream and white rffc) sC c? variety ot beautiful Oncnhil designs. Innp. p S . chUdren from 1 to 5 years; made of all wool (Of0 ) fnlC 1
le coral, ace. Sold regularly from A)) Q JJ Leiice is tn mateiW The rugs were bought fJW O VjJ TZ
"l.?'.50. Special price to sell at 2.50. Special conference price U p b J ! '
J 1 Wejwth?? f t0 4 1 c3 VJXJ L2 V JC-J V J dfti Conference from 40c to 65c, for N ' 'miJ
IP MHLLHNE1RY Ef?f? faSir "SI! ) lf(f ARGAHNS M LflKIElMS ,
' J :M , medium priced hats Sfel VallllflOS and box calfs. Military and jA ) j ) Heav' all Hnon, full bleached toblo linen, G2 Inches wide. Worth Soc. To- !
it5 mak ng a special effort to place on the market medlum-pricea ikus I C-" y-v y day only, 69c. H
RtilS Wimlffi 8izes. Any pair tf I H
Sta5ryPPareut' 119 tney P0ses8 Quallies usually found in much higher pneeu imtimi ' " On0 o the best barfftlins ofteretl thIs week Is a 53.00 quality of an all linen J H
iCmi the ,aieat fashIon ln nrtatlon9 nnd elesant doniC9t,c HmdihtwwfeM lBaaDaannte ff Vdo Los nnpklnatonly' H
'Xrtvls,ora-1,in"d iniinicaireus) Em!bir5dliry to match, worth UP to c5c n 9 . n i . - M
jml prices from 2.00 and upward. Uemstltohcd. lace edge; regular JfiUMI WUWSiU ft dMen. fQr the rcmulnlnff threo Am LK9ln W BfHIfilM ( MSfilieS fH
" 1 1 7 ' A11 lcngtha and widths. Remnant only 33c, t , IH
fy Ctedl M & WSgntoir Siute 3pec a ' u prlcea 100 to 2 WteD g, ?'
'ifcmlngdresandHUlts 4 Bir J SFTj JJJ J 'lllG white embroidery Red. black, light Orchid cambric. 12 quality, for,
' jftd,Ci,yar1'' thQy wlu be closed conferencorice'"'. B -smgBB5BHBBnEHBBEBBBKBg&B&BB t0r 2 o93 j 50c quality, for 15c