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1T STo GEORGE
!$P Newspaper to
m tor of Bingham Bulletin
Ml tells Why He Sustains
M j the New Party,
'J 'ju'ccme When Mormons and
J, le-JIonnoiis Will Bless American
J. ; party Leaders of Today.
J Uisn Bulletin: Many times the edl-
Bulletin has been asked, "What
sr politics? by subscriber who have
, i patrons for years, and It would
I "eight to know. Tho answer has
f'lama pollUcal orphan." Thcro
do occasion to ask hereafter.
' i Lit "chuiRO of heart" the editor has
at' diU himself with the American Party
S. He was a member of tho defunct
'mhi aity- When 11 mct ln nnttl con"
, 4s to adjourn sine die, he, with
Cffl jettcH. did not adjourn. Since tho
2. jjeptoms resulting from "division on
fjjn. (fiiKj" ho has had llttlo faith, and
I :a rnitovcr now. The movement
All! is IM Mon AsIdo from bavins been
. .. apathy with tho Silver Republican
DC8 irest, since the Liberals went to
1 ' r the editor has tried to be a con-
ll III !3ro!lt!cal wanderer, willing to bo
? n When the American fold matc-
-V fei it was not necessary to let down
J ibn tor him, Tho Bulletin, however,
"Ifcjiir Tould not have taken a stand
jf-it ;r:nt campaign but for tho
5. r-r un-American utterances of tho
"""5 5:t of the Mormon church, madb
Kith and brought to public notlco
"J rtss you register on October 11, 12
, November 1 or 2, you cannot vote
. 0v tranter S or ln the school election
'fy Weber. It Is Important to rcg-
"J Ekmfout name registered the first
I i, Teen rustle your friends.
1 , . . .
,,4 tar.eat assertion that tho American
ira w of ttah was hatched by dlsgrun
J Ipofitklaos will not avail Is simply
J'A Ha3 not such a movement been
A of and predicted ln every cam
p zit Utah became a State, and
tat the answer been. "Walt, wait;
i (C is not ripe?" Since tho president
. J tie Mormon church stood up boforo
i lArirican people and boro testimony
IC. L It was a lawbreaker; that ho was
IJ" flfc irtih three wives and the father of
Tl itr-sd children, and glad of it, thcro
' -'J i teeh & fresh blush of shame on this
.1 Ir Elite, and since that day "Utah has
jf cjrupant with the now party move
il Tte condition since last summer
V tilike tho subdued murmuring that
,i t&earlot Somebody threw a brick,
I I lit storm burst. Say tho mlssllo was
3 :n by the Kcarns faction, there Is
J7 l noro reason for the cry of "sour
IBd" thin there would havo been ln
years. It was inevitable that "some
ched by the iron hand would turn
the pent-up sentiment, and it may
tH have been Tom Kearns as any
(1. Year may elapse, but the
rill corao when the liberty-loving peo
, 'fltf Utah Mormons and non-Mormons
2-rtl bless those who havo now
llUi rdtd boldly out into Uie open, defiant
s v ! Tith th9 American flag "full high
fM rati." Liberty-lovers Mormons,
thf'n all-aro weary of covert intcr
CjMd with and subversion of their po
b! freedom, as exemplified today by
tfjm. They have heard enough of
!rt of talk, uttered by President
it tho St George conference last
and printed by tho Mormon paper
Gentiles are coming among us to
r homes and land. Wo should not
them nor aid them, as they are
itailes of tho Kingdom of God.
t had never sought to be a vast
rcr. but had never sold an Inch
ai to an enemy of God'H work."
tor Frank J. Cannon will speak
county mass convention of the
party Monday afternoon,
ex-Senatoi Frank J. Cannon
1 upon tho atago at tho American
caw convention, the crcat audi
bo and greeted him with pro
Jpplause Onlv the committee and
Wends know he was to bo there,
t announcement that he would ad
jje meeting caused a lively sensa-
brhf but telling speech, which
In another column of this paper,
a that the Americans in him on
i recruit who wjll do yeoman's scr
tte campaign, and then some. Ho
aenstly strengthen their cause. No
to tell more clcarlv or convincingly
e w In Uo ranks of the now party
"r- Cannon, nor has inoro reason
-8 there He has Utah's "politics"
Jpwt twenty years at his tongue's
. now party is a political homo
J tuch as he has not had since prin
"d him, as it did many thousands
8 to leavn thf, RmiMlrnn nnrtv.
e XRt u ri.sht In lt., he is right now,"
4Mi uabefn faithful to his convic
I WfcH, 9PnQn "toll you all about
nSfcvi5 I1!? campaign. Ho spenkB In
nttrl5 Osdcn Hllcs, tho night of
M rKaty mass convention of American
J- salt Lake theater Monday af-
lioSfl standard, an uncompromlo
i th?!1 ior "church ln politics,"
1 1 1 ? .w parl' un-American. What
itll fieSJi1?' S thls sentiment, utterod
tic5f3l,lent of tho Standard's favor-
'J? HsjmV . Tn- Gentiles aro comlnir
libiiM I.buy 0l"" homes and land,
ii. Cy n?i M'1 them nor aid them,
X (Mr. 0 the enemies of tho Kingdom
1; onranit!?? American Party of Utah
l out du t0 nilt Its heel on and
ti awlUch un-Amorlcan Bcntlmenta
& -i i e' and, 11 wl I've to do 1L
"nV"-". wUh Republican lean-
Cler m lfi tei1 10 ,carn that John
'4 himwdlrtal0 fr Governor, lias
$ In tn? Pmby rcslenlng his mcmber
H Ltla i-M.-,ili6en3 alliance, scrubbing
K townMhop,and dismissing all ill-
? now .Iln,on tai,ors- Tho boys
ciubl no Umo ,n otartlnc a
Th101?00" ia th time, Salt
conSmT 18 th0 p,ace- County
s & even" f thft Amcrlcan Party
ft2y?f thc American party will
3 not bi it rInff the noxt four weeks
telooksW" fr0m carcfullv Pre"
l'i te'tfe axl: ' Predict what is
, ' S ev'rvhnf,csuU ln Salt Lake coun
0r ;fli:ht. y win know thero has
tf Am i
pi, ' ' Party of utah was or-
gonlzcd to down Smootlsm, simply, and
for no other purpoHc.
Monday afternoon is the time. Salt
Lake Theater is the place. County
mass convention of the American party
is the even'..
Peter Lochrlo of tho Mllford Times
spent some tlmo ln Salt Lake last week.
Tho American party's county ticket
will surely win if every supporter will
register on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Utah Socialists will havo Walter Thomas
'T'l01- and speaker, In the State
from October 2C to November 1. He will
speak at the Grand theater on the nights
of October 'Zl and 2S. October 25 he will
speak at Murray. His other dates aro
Bingham, thc 29th; Eureka, tho 31st, and
Richfield, tho 1st On his last appear
nnco horo thrco years ago Prof. Mills
spoko at Assembly hall and pleased a
American party voters, avoid the rush
by registering early on Tuesday and
Georgo Hanson, tho Weber county pol
itician, was disposed to make some fun
at the cxpenso of John C. Cutler and
James H. Anderton during thc banquet
to Senator Fairbanks and party at thc
Reed hotel, Ogden, Thursdav evening.
He sat opposite John C. Cutler and to
Mr Cutler's right was Col. Don S. Rans
dell. Of course tho Colonel was unac
quainted with the local terms used hero
and his innocence added to the humor of
"Where is 'Fussy Jimmy?" asked Han
son, scanning tho tables and falling to
locate thc Smootlcr lieutenant. Tho stal
wart figure of W, S. McCornlck concealed
tho object of Hanson's eollcltude.
"Who's 'Fussy Jimmy'?" asked tho Col
onel. "Why, that Is the name given to Mr.
Jnmes H. Anderson," meekly volunteered
"You have tho 'Utah Icicle beside you.
Colonel." announced Hanson, directing
his remarks to tho sergeant at arms of
"Do you mean tho gentleman to my
left?" asked tho Colonel. "Well, I do
not think ho Is sp cold." t
Brother Culler blushed and looked fun
ny and toyed with his fork with ovldont
HOT' SHOT AT SMOOT ORGAN.
Logan Journal Uses Caustic Lan
guage in Dealing With. Enquirer.
Logan Journal: That notoriously incom
petent disreputable, characterless, but
would-bo character assassinating, apology
for a newspaper, more particularly desig
nated as tho Provo Enquirer, Is throwing
tits In rapid succession because, forsooth,
the Utah county Democratic committee Is
endeavoring to secure a pledge from every
professed Democrat to voto his party
Has not the ancient, but not venerated,
fossil who controls that abortive. Ineffec
tive sheet ever been a dclegnte to a nom
inating convention of his party at which,
possibly after a hot fight, all wore Invited
to and did pledge themselves to sustain
the ticket made, even though they may
not have approved it ln all of Its parts?
Did ho consider It an invasion of his
rights as an American citizen as ho now
terms It to be asked for his promise of
support? Did ho never, himself, try to
strengthen tho wavering or placate tho
angry voter and secure his promise or
pledge? Does he consider It contrary to
the ethics of honest politics to seek by
all honorablo mcana to strengthen the
weak-kneed and keep his party Intact?
If so. he has' much to learn, and it Is no
wonder the more active Clove beat him
for the coveted postofrtcc position. It
would be interesting to know whether tho
gentleman who so opposes honest,
straightforward, manly persuasion has
not in his lime, resorted to methods of
inducement that were neither; and if ho
has not even at the present moment an
u. g. wireless telegraphic apparatus con
cealed upon his person.
Senator Frank J. Cannon will Bpeak
at the county mass convention of tho
American party Monday afternoon.
Salt Lake theater.
OBJECTS TO POLYGAMY.
Mexican Paper Fears Mormons Will
Spread Doctrine Plural Marriage.
Special to Tho Tribune.
CITY OF MEXICO, Oct. 0. El Tlcmpo,
the leading clerical newspaper of Mexico,
hais made thc visit of Bishop W. W. ClufT
the occasion of a bitter attack on tho
Mormon church. "Has the reverend Mor
mon como to treat directly with tho Gov
ernment for tho legalization of po
lygamy?" the paper asks.
Continuing. It declares that only injury
to tho country can result from his visit,
ns It means tho establishment of ad
ditional Mormon colonies ln Mexico, The
paper warns tho Government to beware
of the Mormons, declaring that if allowed
to gain a strong foothold ln thc Republic
thev will seek to spread polygamy and
Interfere ln thc politics of tho country.
American party's Salt Lake county
mass convention at Salt Lake Theater
Monday afternoon, October 10.
LISTENED TO A SERMON.
Senator Fairbanks Attends Methodist
Church in Cheyenne.
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Oct. 9.-Scnntor
Fairbanks attended church today nt tho
Methodist church and heard a sermon by
HHo was accompanied by Senators Dolll
vcr and Warren. Senator Dolllvcr left
during the day for, Colorado to till his
engagements ln that Slate, and Senator
Fulton took a westbound, train for his
Senator Fafrbanks left the city In his
Hocclal train tonight Tomorrow will be
Sncnt In speaking at points on thc Union
Pnclllc In Nebrtska.
Tho night meeting will bo held in
If you don't know who the registra
tion officer Is of your district or where
to find the place, apply at headquarters
of the American party, Atlao Block,
Bell 'Phone, 4M; Independent, 278S.
Gum Shoe in Summit.
Special to Tho Tribune
PARK CITY. Utah. Oct. a-Thcre Is
urcat activity ln Summit county politics,
but for thc most part tho campaign la
being conducted In a qulot manner. The
nollcy of both parties seems to be a still
hunt. Tho nominees for thc various coun
ty offices have been busy during the past
week traveling about the county and I ma
king themselves well acquainted with tho
voters of the various precincts. All work
is being done quietly and systematically.
It Is dlfllcult at present to predict rc-
HUlt3is generally believed that tho county
will glvo a majority for Roosevelt and
Fairbanks. When It comes to State and
county offices, no one Just now seems to
have a "suro thing."
Republicans to Rally in Utah County.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Oct. D.-Tohn II,
Woolon. Republican candidate for tho
Legislature, will fire tho opening cam
nalgn gun In Fnlrlleld tomorrow evening,
with a red-hot speech In favor of Rcpub-
HThe RcpThifcan county chairman Eph
Homer, and County Treasurer C. A.
Glnzior of Provo will hold a rally In Al
Sne Monday evening. Alplno Is a Rcpub
l can stronghold but from the fact that
K convSti entirely Ignored It and the
Democrats gave a legislator. It la report
ed that Republicans aro going to bolt the
party; but energetic Vork may bring It
bQCCokl 'GV'squlres and Jacob Evans will
onen the Republican campaign In Pleas
ant Grove tomorrow evening. A rousing
rally Is expected,
fie One Can Vote Who
Everyone Should Vote Next
Month and in Decem
ber. Five Days Only When Voters' Names
May Bo Entered on Regis
DATA ALL SHOULD HAVE
Tuesday, October 11.
Wednesday,. October 12.
Tuesday, October 18.
Tucsda3r, November 1.
Wednesday, November 2.
j 4- My Registration Officer...,
4- My Registration District 4-
4- My Registration Place 4-
4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-
So many things that aro vltnl confront
tho people of Utah. Salt Lako City and
county that of nil years tho
voters should bo especially diligent about
Under Uie law no ballot will bo rccel'cd
at tho polls next month nor ln tho school
election the following month unless tho
elector has duly registered. Former reg
istration will not count
Thero must bo a completo new registra
tion. No man nor woman can vote unless
he or she has appeared beforo tho proper
registration officer, recorded tho namo and
address and proved legal residence.
It Is a simple matter, but it is abso
Tho first registration day is noxt Tues
day, October 11. Your namo should go on
tho registration books on that day.
None So Good as First Day.
There arc four other days, but nono so
good as tho first. You may forget. You
may become 111 or some duties may make
it impossible thereafter to register.
Make it a point, men and women of
Utah, to go to thc registration offico ln
your district Tuesday, October 11 next
If you cannot go on Tuesday, go tho
next dav Wednesday, October 12 next
Wednesday. The next opportunity will bo
Tuesdav. October 18. -
Should you not register by that tlmo.
there will bo no registration days until
Tuesday, November 1, and Wednesday,
Do Not Postpone Registering.
No one should postpone registering until
November. So many obstacles may arlso
beforo that time.
Every man and woman over tho ago of
21 years, who was born ln thc United
States, or who has been naturalized,
should register, though ho or sho has
ncvor before done so.
And each should make It a personal
duty to see that all friends aro regis-:
terci1- . v. ..ii
Gravo questions arc soon to be settled
ln Utah. Utah's prosperity depends on
tho untrammelcl voter. Until thc sepa
ration of church and stato Is offoctod
until tho priesthood keeps Its infiuenco
cut of tho public schoolrooms until men
and women ln politics nnd business aro
permitted to pursue a courso uninter
rupted by tho priesthood of tho dominant
church, or any church, Utah will not
Great Need for It.
Tho battle Is on. Unless it Is fought
out nnd won there will como a tlmo when
President Joseph F. Smith's udvlco to his
people will become ho powerful that po
litical and business liberties ln Utah will
No man. bo ho Gontllo or Mormon, can
afford to havo tho public affairs cvcrlast
ir.glv under control of bigots nnd intol
eraiits. Nothing Is so destructlvo to
American manhood and womanhood.
Register. Register early. Fix a dato
and go on that day. Do not permit any
thing to Interfere.
One thing especially that all should
rlvo attention to that all absent friends
who arc entitled to vote hero be notified
of "he registration dates. Cut out tho
dates and send them when you write.
Personal neglect In this matter may de
feat tho cause you espouse.
Tho places In Salt Lako City and county
whore the votora may register follow.
Cut out thc coupon nt tho top. Fill In
tho address of your registration ofllco.
Put It where you will not forgot It Talk
about It. See If your friends, when you
meet them, havo registered.
Make thc registration officer earn his
salary noxt Tuesday and Wednesday. And
then see that your unregistered friends
keep the registration office lively thc fol
Registration Officers for 1904.
Tho following registration officers havo
been appointed for Salt Lako City and
county together with tho placo of regis
tration: o,,. .
1 uina wiim"u"i 1
Bl2rc' E Beers, 1078 South Eighth East
a Sarah M. Hammond, 1Z East Seventh
S4Emma L. Ivorson, rear 223 East Sev
l-Addella W. Eardlpy. 621 South Main.
iv-o C Brown. 27 Ea-st Sixth South.
tCm. H. McAllister, 155 East Sixth
SFred Barrow, 152 East Fifth South.
o-T)avid Bcrnhiscl, 303 South Sixth East
li-W. H- Harrison, SIC East Fifth
Sii!i,l3 J. Swancr, 318 South Tenth East.
12 D. G. Ferguson, 123 West Seventh
Sij'ohn McNeill. 1012 South First
lHulda Carlqulst, C21 South Fourth
rxolllo L. Shannon. 27 .TohnHon street
if e f Woodruff, 020 Cannon Htreot.
17 Thomas W. Green, 131 West Fifth
Sitij' E. Cowloy. -153 South Second West.
l5Jennlo A. Frolsoth, S3 West Sixth
Saillbrnlly Fox. 137 West Third South.
2iI!t. C. Waltonsplcl. 73 West Second
S($ II J. BcnHOn, 22 1' West First South.
23 Fcramorz Y. Fox, 201 West Second
S21-L. C. Johnson. 401 West Third
BaB G Gulvor, CC0 West First South.
20-Mary U. Howells, 02 South Sixth
27-J. M. Campbell, US West First
N2silielIo White, il North Second West
j3. Mullott. 2C2 Wall streot,
.o Mary Katz, 2M West Third North.
31 Elizabeth J. D. Roundy, W2 West
32 Elizabeth E. Davis, Ct North Fifth
S3 Elizabeth Uaslam, 331 North Sixth
31 Edith G. Budd, M1 West Second
3& Fannlo L. Rldd, OA West Fourth
35 John C. Sandborg, Superior addition.
37 Bertha M. Gray, 80 Third streot
S8 Parthcnla K. Parry, 41 East North
39 Mrs. John A. "Maynea, 17G G street
0 Ernest E. Brown, 333 Fifth streot
41 H. T. Ball, C03 Fifth street
42 Oraon Allen. 830 First street
43 John A. Do Valley, 1123 First street.
44 Maud Loofbourow, 64 South
45 Jennlo Davidson, 252 South Ninth
40 Henry Coulam, 54 South Eighth East
47 Potor Hanson. 2C7 South Seventh
S Christopher DIohl, 525 East Second
4-Jottlo Browning, 435 East Third
50 C. O. Farnaworth. 47 East First
51 Nelllo Edwards, l&l South Second
52 Peter F. Gose. 2C3 South Main.
53 Augusta W. Betts, U1C South Fourth
.54 Henry Quayle, 21 West Elovcnth
f5 J. E. "Morris, Mill Crock (Calder's
5C-D. A. Smith, Calder's Station.
1,0 JI- Shurtlirr. Mill Creole.
GS .elllo Hamilton. Mill Creek.
5&-Hcnry V. Ballard. Murray.
CO-John M. Graham, Murray.
CI J. J- Proctor, Murray. ,
62 James Ncllson. Holllday.
63 John P. Olsen, Argenta P. O.
C4 W. M Roach, Mountain DolL
52'Irir' Hanson, Butler (Sandy).
6G-T. rf. Wnlko. Union
67 Carl Larson, Sandy
CS William Halstcad. Sandy.
63 Janet D. Mulr, Sandy.
70 J. D. Stlllwoll. Alto,
71 R. M. Falrbourn, Crescent (Sandy).
E. W. Hendrlckaon, Draper.
73 Hyrum S. MoubIov, Bluff Dale.
il J R Freeman, Herrlmun.
75 Leonora E. Howard. Rlverton.
iC Albert Maboy, Sandy.
77 C. L. Coopor, West Jordan.
S Hyrum Goff, West Jordan.
7! Wlllard Plxton, Tavlorsvillo.
SO C. L. Countryman. Bingham Canyon.
fl J- F. Price, Bingham Canyon.
82 J. C. Hardlo, Bingham Canyon.
S3-W. S. Reld. Rltcr
84 Rasmus Ncllson. Hunter.
85 Martha Bolton, Granger.
$G F. W. Scnoenfcld, Brighton.
87 A. Y. Taylor, corner Sovonth East
and Twclft- P-itli.
83 E. Eldredge. 1223 East Twelfth
S-Jacob P Olsen. Forest Dale.
SO H. A. Wlcke, Bingham Canyon.
31 J. II. Earl, North Point.
t2 A. G Grcon, Bingham.
By American Party
Many Will Turn Out to Hear
Senator Frank J. Can
Eloquent TTtahn Will Tell Convention
Visitors Why New Party Should
This afternoon at 2 o'clock, at tho Salt
L,ako Thoater, tho Amorlcan party county
mass convention will bb organized. Tho
purpose will be to hear tho report of tho
commltteo on nominations, A complete
Legislative city and county ticket will
be presented and nominated. But this
work will rcaulro but a brief time.
Sonator Frank J. Cannon will attend
tho convention, and ho will deliver a
speech ln which will bo sot out reasons
why tho pcoplo of Utah should como to
tho support of tho Amorlcan party ticket
Utah and tho West has no better en
tertainer than tho brilliant and eloquent
ox-Senator. His heart la full of senti
ments bonoficlal to tho people of his na
tive State, and no man can so well dis
cuss Utah's needs than enn Frank Can
non. AH friends to tho American party aro
requested to participate in tho mass con
vention. And all others who deslro to
hear tho speech of Senator Cannon will
bo welcomed both by him and by tho
American parly organization committees.
Besides the speoch of Scnntor Cannon,
thcro will bo singing and muslo by tho
band and drum corps.
At Salt Lako Theater at 2 o'clock this
Senator Frank J. Cannon will speak
nt the county mass convention of tho
American party Monday afternoon.
Salt Lake theater.
EULOGIZED THE PRESIDENT.
Eminent Typo of Man Who Allows
His Impulses to Control.
CHICAGO. Oct. 9. Prcsldont Roosovolt
was eulogized by Bishop W. F. Mc
Dowell, resident bishop of tho Mothodlst
Episcopal church, at tho Evanston church
tcday, when ho preached tho principal
sermon of thc Rock River conference. Ho
"Our bolovcd President Is an omlnont
typo of tho man who allows his Impulses
to control and displays his determina
tion to follow those impulses In splto of
any opposition. Is it a wonder that about
him, tho bravo rough ridor whom wo af
fectlonatoly call 'Teddy,' wcro gathered
such a bravo nggrogatlon of fighting col
lege mou and cowboys when our country
called for men to dofond Its honor?"
Judge Parkor Goe3 to Church.
ESOPUS. N. Y.. Oct. 9. Judge Parker
spent a quiet Sunday, llo attended church
at Kingston, and In the afternoon took
a long walk. William F. Sheohnn, chair
man of tho executive commltteo, called
at Rosomounti and later returned to Now
York. Judgo Parker will go to New York
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Doughf
Boars the JT"
Signature of CiaZUc
By Silly Pleas of the
American Party Will Not
Affect National Situation
Thoso Who TJrgo Danger on This
Score Make Confession of Their
Own Weakness, '
Someone, lnsnnoly fearful of tho effoct
of tho Amorlcan party voto on tho elec
toral tickets ln Utah, has como" out with
a really silly plea to Republicans to ro
frnln from lending nssistanco to the
American party tickets because tho Amer
ican party may glvo to tho country a
In tho samo connection a subsidized
weekly ono of thoso disreputable affairs
that noils Its editorial expressions to the
highest bidder hns tho audacity to do
claro that the Amcrlcan party was or
ganized at tho Instigation of National
Chairman Tnggart through Utan's Sen
Of courso no man or woman of political
Bonsotwlll bellovo cither, but tho subsi
dized weekly had no thought of influenc
ing intelligent persons with tho claim. It
appeals to another class to tho fears of
some and to the hatred of others.
Both suggostlons nro such as would
naturally emanate from a mind that Is
unsound to senso or Is unlniluonccd by
decency There Is no mlddlo ground ln
In tho first plncc, Thoodoro Roosovolt
and Charles W. Fairbanks will sweep the
country from one end to tho other Thoy
will carry practically every Stato that
McKlnlcy and Roosevelt did in 1900, and
two or thrco additional. They will carry
Utah by a majority that will bo surpris
ing to tho adherents of Judge Parkor.
Any ovcryono who has given thought to
tho matter knows this to bo tho strongest
Thc Republicans who aro working with
tho American party locally aro as earn
est friends of tho President, and his dis
tinguished runnlng-mato, as any man
who Is decrying thoso Americans.
It Is poeslblo that n fow dozen votC3
may bo loso to tho Ropubllcan electors
becauso of errors In fixing tho ballots so
as to voto for tho electors and then for
tho Amorlcan candidates. But tho Demo
cratic doctors will also lose, though, por
haps. ln not so great a proportion. It
would be a fool who would urge that a
thousand votes may thus bo thrown
, Tho man who presents tho argument
that tho Amcrlcan party movement may
cost tho President the Stato pays a high
compliment to tho strength of tho new
party Tho largest averago numbor of
ballots thrown out becauso of error la
twelvo to tho voting district Tho Amorl
can party supporters aro equals, at least,
In intelligence to tho ones who aro blind
ly following tho lead of tho "Smootltcs."
Every ono will conccdo this. If 1000 votes
aro lost to Roosevelt becauso of tho Amer
ican party this Is oqulvalcnt to saying
that tho American party ticket will poll
12.000 votes ln Salt Lake county. This
analysis will hold good ln nny calcula
tion based on tho number of votes in an
average election diotrlQt.
Thoso who urge dnngor becauso of tho
Amcrlcan party admit their own weak
ness. And tho diseased and subsidized
sheet which charges tho senior Sonator
with conniving with tho Democracy, con
cclvod this outrage ln Its own storohouso
of political perfldlty and dlsroputableness.
It would do and has dono ns outrageous
a thing as It ascribes to othors.
It Roosovclt electors havo a majority
less that COM It will bo because of tho
perfidy of Reed Smoot and tho Dolltlca!
priests who rrrvc under mm. If tho
claims of thoso men, mado last spring
and reclaimed but recently, that Utah
should glvo Roosovolt 15,000 majority over
Parkor, was and Is Justified, tho voto
will bo but llttlo less now that tho Amcr
lcan party Is In the field.
If every Amorlcan wero to voto for
Parker, on tho basis of conceded strength
of tho new party, Roosovolt should still
havo tho State.
"Smootltes" sny tho Amcrlcan party
will not poll to exceed 4000 votes ln tho
State. In tho samo breath thoy claim
that if tho Amorlcan party had not been
organized that Roosovolt would havo a
majority of 15,000 or more!
This simply illustrates tho sensolcss
ncss of thc arguments some of, tho Smoot
sycophants aro urging against tho organ
ization of tho now party.
Somo now argue that many Amorlcan
party supporters will voto only for tho
American party candidates. This may bo
truo But among theso will bo Demo
crats ns woll as Republicans. At any
rate tho disproportion between tho old
parties will not bo groat enouch tr en
danger tho election of tho Roosovelt elec
tors. Ono of thoso electors Is doing moro to
Joopardlzo his own election than forty
Democrats by his needless abuso of Re
publicans equnlly n3 loyal as ho, because
they have declined to permit Reed Smoot
to mako of them tools of the prlosto of
tho dominant church.
Ho owes It to tho Prosldent and tho
Ropubllcan National organization to kcop
out of tho local broils. A Republican
candldato for Presidential doctor who
engages In factional fights, who needless
ly asserts hlmsolf for or against ono of
tho factions numbering in Its rnnks largo
bodlc3 of Republicans, needs to be taken
in hand by tho National commltteo.
Ho should so act ns to win tho support
of all not to repel.
Thero aro men ln tho Smoot camp who
would bo willing to sco tho Stato go for
Parker for no other reason than that
thoy might bo able to fix tho re
sponsibility on tho Amorlcan party
leaders. But tho mon who aro
In ehnrgo of tho Natlonnl Re
publican organization nro too wise ln pol
itics to err ln tholr Judgmont In matters
of this kind. Tho iroublc-makors aro
cosily pointed out. And an cleotor who
goes out of his sphoro to discredit and
to mlsreprosont Republicans ns loyal ns
ho and a hundred times moro Inlluontlal
as vote getters, Is no frlondto' tho Presi
dent of tho United States nor to tho Na
tional Ropubllcan party.
Whllo considering tho loss of yoles
bocauso of American party "scratching,"
thero Is no one who will forgot that It
was Chairman William Spry who pub
licly announced that he would ninko
"other arrangemonts" that will tako two
Mormon Democrats and place them .13 nn
offset to every Gentile Ropubllcnn tho
"Smootlor" ticket will lose. Of courso ho
had In mind, not tho Natlonnl tlckot, but
the State. Tho confusion that will arlso
from this wholesale dollvory will endan
ger tho Republican Presidential electoral
ticket a hundred fold more than tho er
rors whlc)i American party Republicans
Tho cross-voting In this campaign will
bo done largely by men and women undor
tho guidance of thu bishops and tcaohorn
of tho Mormon church. They will ho in
structed to voto ngulnst their "oncmlcs"
and thoy will do so, 1
John Alexander Dowio Denounces
Democrats and Talks of Controll
ing1 Country by Divino System.
CHICAGO, Oct. 9. Apostolic de
nunciation of the Democratic party, Its
principles, Its candidate for President
and Its Individual adherents and praise
for President Roosevelt and his party
were thundered by John Alexander
Dowle.at Zlon City today ln the first
ofllclal metc-age delivered by tho "First
high prleot on earth." t
To an audience of 5000 persons, the
first apostle condemned Democrats as
"the spurn of the earth," and Instructed
his thousands of followers to vote for
Roosevelt aa the "grandest man of thc
With the sermon came the announce
ment of the "Theocratic party" pro
mulgated by the general overpeer to
overthrow Government "of tho people,
for the people and by tho people," re
placing It by a divine oyotem of admin
istration that Is later to control this
country and finally the wholo world,
wiping out the republics, kingdoms and
other present Governmental forms.
"A vote for the- Prohibition party Is
a vote for the Democrats," shouted
Dowle, "and ,a vote for the Democratic
party Is one- for the brewer and dis
tiller." "Parker Is? a prodigal son. He comes
back after eating thc imlne husks of
theso silverltes for eight years and be
cause of his return he Immediately
wants to bo made boss of the whole
ranch. He Is not pledged to tho gold
platform. He merely has committed
himself to say that the country is com
mitted to that financial plank. He still
ly the prodigal son, but In disguise."
All the Zlonltos vociferously promised
to vote as Dowle requested.
Tho Amorlcan party's county ticket
will surely win If every supporter will
register on Tuesday or Wednesday.
DEPENDS ON CHURCH HELP.
Howell Will Bo Defeated Unless the
Priesthood Comes to tho Rescue.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Oct. . Tho campaign workers
of tho RopubMcan party aro using ovory
posslblo means to arouso all tho old-tlmo
prejudices of thc Mormon pcoplo of Cacho
county to bring thorn to tho support of
tho Smoot tlckot. This work Is not dono
through the medium of public speeches,
but ln statements made in private con
versation, "whoro thoy will do the most
good " Alex Maughan. a brother of tho
Republican candldato for District Attor
noy. and brother-in-law of Congressman
Joseph Howc)I. said to a good Mormon
In tno town of Mcndon yesterday: "If
cither Judgo Powers or Judgo Hlles Is
elected to Congress the next step will
surely be to disfranchise every Mormon
ln tho Stato of Utah
Another conversation over a bot ln Lo
gan today will show tho feelings of tho
Republicans. William Murray of Wclls
vlllo, a Democrat, bet that Howoll will
bo defeated. Charles Lloyd. Democrat,
covered the bet. Tho wagor was recorded
by Hon. Aaron F Fair. Then Lloyd re
marked: "It nhould bo a condition that
Howoll will win unless tho church lays
"Then vou admit," asked Murray, "that
Howoll will bo defeated If he does not
socuro thri Influence of the church?"
"That's about tho size of It," replied tho
Unless you register on October 11, 12
or 18, November 1 or 2. you cannot voto
on November 8 or ln the school election
In December. It Is Important to reg
Have your name registered the first
day. Then rustle your friends.
Democratic Rally for Provo.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO Oct. 9. United Stales Senator
Thomas Pntterson of Colorado will ad
dress tho Dcinocrats of Provo ln tho
opora-houso Tuesday evening. Tho fol
lowing reception commltteo has been ap
pointed to meet tho Senator: Mayor W.
Roylanco. ex-Mayor T. M. Taylor, S. R.
Thurman. L. O. Taft, prosldent of tho
Domocrntlc club; Editor McBrido of tho
Democrat; Mrs. S. A. King, prosldent of
tho Woman's Democratic club. Vice
President Mrs. R. A, Barnoy, Mrs. M. E.
Nowcll and Mrs. M. Young.
Unless you register on October 11, 12
or 18, November 1 or 2, you cannot vote
on November S or ln tho school election
ln December. It Is Important to reg
Havo your namo registered tho first
day. Then rustle your friends.
"Stalwarts" May Withdraw Ticket.
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Oct. 9. A mooting
of tho exccutlvo commlttoo of tho na
tional Republican" (Stalwart) Stato cen
tral commltteo will be hold within a day
or two to consider the advisability as to
whether or not tho Stalwarts' State ticket
shall bo withdrawn. ....
Tho action of thc national committee ln
recognizing the LaFollottcB to thc extent
of asking that faction to arrange for a
meeting, at which Senator Fairbanks Is to
dellvor a speech, has complicated tho po
litical situation and Is said to bo tho
causo for considering tho new step.
Amcrlcan Fork Campaign Meetings.
Special to Tho Tribune
AMERICAN FORK. Oct. 9. A great
splurgo will bo mado In tho opera-hpuso
Monday evonlng noxt, when Congressman
Howell nnd Hon. Georgo Sutherland will
open up tho campaign for tho Sraootlers
ln Amorlcan Fork.
Tho lrrlgatlonlst, W. E. Smytho, will
follow on Tuesday ovonlng noxt with an
irrigation speech In favor Qf tho Demo
crats. County, legislative arid city Judicial
candidates will bo nominated at mass
convention of American party. Salt
Lake theater. Monday afternoon.
Watson Too 111 to Speak.
LINCOLN, Neb,, Oct.- 9.-rThomas H.
Tibbies Populist nominee for-Vlco-Prcsl-dent.
announced this evening that hp had
received advices from Thomas E Watson
that, on uccount of Illness, Mr- Watson
will bo unable to fill his speaking dates
in tho Northwestern States, and request
ing Mr. Tibbies to. tako his placo. Mr.
Tibbies left tonight for tho Northwest on
a trip which will extend as far as tho Pa
Stalwarts Loso Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE. Oct 9. Nearly complolo
roturns from the Republlcnn county cau
cuses ln Milwaukee Indicate that tho La
Follotto organization will control the nom
inations In tho county convention by a
good majority. Besides this, tho control
of the county organization Is lost to the
"Stalwarts " This Is a complete chango
In tho situation which has existed for
Tired of Offico Holding.
NEW YORK, Oct. 9. "I am tired of office-holding.
I do not want any moro of
it," said Gov, Odoll In this city today.
"Does thlR apply to tho United Stales
Senatorshlp?" ho was oaked,
1 "It docs, ropllod the Governor.
UP IN CANADA I
After Church Influence m
on Both Sides. fl
Don't Attempt to Suppress
Polygamy for Fear of
Apostlo John Taylor Has a Family '
Establishment Over the Line,
.. but Nobody Objects,
Special to Tho Tribune. ,
LETHBR1DGE, Can., Oct 9. General (
elections aro on ln tho Dominion, which ,
gonorally means much more than tho ! jH
samo words will ln tho United StatcB. ,
It is seldom that a political party In j
tho States loses at ono stroko the ex ecu- IH
tlvo and tho control of both branches of j
In Canada, if tho majority la tho Com-i
mons la changed by a general election. H
Cabinet officers and Promlor must stop
down, and their policy is superseded by ; 1
that of their successors. ,
A direct result of this state of nffalra j
is tho stifling of local sentiment, lrre- 'H
speotlvo of party affiliations, such as ,
now manifested in Utah. Logically, tho :
only question that can arise is whether
tho Government shall bo sustained or not, I IH
and whllo human nuturo cannot bb en- j H
tlrely suppressed, tho leaders goncrally . .
tako very good caro that tholr partisans
shall not havo any opinion ln puduc dui i
that which suits tholr own ends. ;
No Agitation Against Mormons. jH
At tho presont Umo It apparently suits . 1 '
tho ends of both Canadian parties that fp jH
there should bo no agitation against the 1 ; fM
doings of tho Mormon church to cstab- ! jH
llsh Its political power ln Southern Al- !H
borta, becauso ln tholr guilolcssnesB both. J j
parties havo been led to hopo that thoy Sl
would get tfyc support of the church aa lH
a body. ,
Thc situation Is comparatively new in
this part of Canada, and can bo sum- , , IH
marized ln this way: In tho constltu- (
ency Inhabited by tho Mormons each 1 '1
party is represented by a candidate for
Parliamentary honors. Thc election of H
that candldato, and it alone perhaps, may IB
decide which of the two parties shall
swing tho wholo machinery of Govern
ment ln thc next Parliament.
Whatever tho candldato says to his
party leader ln tho Interest of his clcc- (
tlon is followed to tho letter. In this tM
caso both candidates having been led on
bv tho church to believe that they could ;
depend on support havo said to all their , j
friends. "Let tho Mormons alone." pt (
Carefully Suppressed. , , jJ
In this way every effort to call atten-
tlon to the assumption of political power ll
by a foreign church body has been care-
fully, suppressed. Only a few Indepcnd-
ent papers and they aro very few in thla tM
county have dared to publish any ox- IH
Eoso of tho usurpation of political power 1
y the apostles or other officials who ,
havo represented tho Mormon power ln
this district and whatever was published
was promptly denied by self-seeking ,
friends of tho church. H
Tho two candidates aro very worldly H
gentlemen one, Malcolm McKenzle, a jH
lawyer of McLeod; the other. Jack Her- ,
ron, a farmer of Pincher Creek. Neither IH
ha3 any direct connection with tho Mor- s. !H
mons. But superficial as their acquaint- jH
anco must have been with tho rank and ' n, JH
file, thoy havo seen enough of the lead- .H
ers to bellovo that thc Mormon voto J, H
would bo swung ln a body to any side
that did tho right thing
Henco their complacency, under cover
of which polygamy Is practiced to all In
tents and purposes by the heads of tho
church. The system Is the simple ono
of having ono matrimonial establishment
ln Canada and a supply of wives ln tho
United States. '
Apostlo Taylor in Charge. j
It Is a notoriously acknowledged fart 1 IH
that polygamlsts llko Apostle John w. jH
Taylor, who seems to liavo general su- lB
pcrvislon over tho political relations of ijl
tho saints with tho Canadian parties, has
a matrimonial establishment hero and jl
several wives olsswhoro. tfl
Whether tho women hero aro legal wives, f IB
or what aro tho movements of tho plural jH
wives is not known. H
Tho mountod police of tho Northwcstf ;
started out to find tho answer to theso jH
questions. Tho Investigation promptly re-1
vcnled that a high man In tho councils
of tho church and holding official posl- 1
tlon at Raymond had moro than ono wife ,
ln his house, but acting undor Instruc-
tlons. tho officers forobpro prosecution on
oondltlon that thcro should bo no repotK BVfll
tlon of tho offense. H
Another officer lntoly reported that ho
had causo for complaint, but his superiors , 'HHV
neglected to send him a reply. A Mor-
mon woman told mo that at a party In. 'fl
Raymond which sho attended thero was
a plural present but would not say fur- lH
thcr becauso they did not want it known iH
where they were sometimes. 'fl
Apostles Cowley and Taylor contlnuo to tHI
come to Canada to avoid tho summons !
of tho United States Senate. lAVi
Few Divorces Allowed- j flH
In Canada thc marriage tlo is held so IJJ
Bacrcd that virtually no divorces aro al-
lowed. Such a stato of things wouldi
novcr bo allowed as that described but
for tho fact that tho chuoh officials havoi '
impressed the politicians with their power !
to deliver tho goods.
Speak with any Mormon ln Raymond. '
Sterling or Cardston nnd It Is not a
question of which party is right, but
which is approved by tho bishop or tho 'fl
A veteran Mormon, speaking far from 'flflfl
any party purpose, confessed to your cor- tflfll
respondent: "If I toll tho pcoplo theso
things thoy won't even listen, but when
tho bishop has spoken It goes." ;
Thc church hns fortified its power ln
Canada by allying itself with largo flnan-
clnl interests. Tho Knight Sugar com-
panv. which financed tho town of Ray- (
mOnd. the church directly In thc construe-
tlon of tho Irrigation canals, became tho !
partners of the Northwest Irrigation com- tflfll
pany, whose directors hold Influential po- iflflfl
sltlon.1 In thc political parties. Thc Mor- 1
mon immigrants get cast Iron contracts Hflfl
from tho church or tho Knights, when
thov buy their land flflfl
Thus Is built a vast political machine
in tho hands of a theocracy, nnd when- flflfl
ever tho pcoplo of Canada become awaro
of tho facs thcro will 'be an upheaval, flflfl
Manv Mormons themsolves arc revolted. flflfl
but 'tho country, for tho tlmo being, is flflfl
rcmoto from other settled parts nnd it flflfl
Is not likely that Southern Alberta will flflfl
he rollovcd from church Infiupnce In pol- flflfl
Itlcs for somo years.
..You can spoil good tea by ''fllfll
boiling,. you can't make bad il
tea good. !
In every p.vl;o of Schillings Bctt Th ;flBflj
Vjvklct: Hew To Male CaiJ Tea.,'