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jj page two TELE BAJjT LAKE TKIBTJOTB. pbidat morning, October 21, lfl04
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I I; 8 LimSsSION
Takes tap fa Set
, I m Cfiurcfi Right.
j Hfflh Officials See Danger
,. 1 f I of Complete Triumph of
1 J Smootized Ticket,
- ; Throws His Weight to Judge Powers,
:f - to Defeat Howell, and Help
' 8 ' Church Out of Hole.
l Iyor several days I hero have been Jn-
'jji dlcatlons that tlio high ofllclnls of tho
; Mormon church -cro determined to do
something tQ try to oiYsct tho nccum-
jj, tlohs of tho American party that tho
1 . j; church Is behind Apostle Reed Smoot.
, J hns been held out to them by many
j churchmen of Influence that the election
I nt ' Inhtt C fuller. or,J Tl, u 11
1 throush Democratic votes, mahc cvl-
1 den'ce against tho church that would be
'U For several days the high officials havo
,1 been corslderhis plana out or tho dlf-
L Acuity, and It Is bchood that tho send-
J!j Ing- of Brlgham II. Roberts Into the Hold
t0 speak for the Democratic ticket In
l general and for Judije O. W. Powers In
;. particular, is tho result of their dellbera-
! Everybody knows that Brother Roberts
if,' would not entor the political field at this
,. time 03 an avowed opoonent of Apostlo
Smqot without he were acting under dl
I And no Ono will be docelved by his
laudation of the Democratic candidate
1 lor Congress nt Lent "Wednesday night.
Xhat was so palpable a trick of
l the priesthood as to make those who
! are famljlnr with Roberts s real feelings
for Judse Powers smile and then go back
' and smile ajraln.
I Tp ono who Is conversant with tho po
litical events of the past few months will
forgot that Roberts was so keenly op
posed to the election of Judge Powers as
1. 1 a m'embcr of the Democratic National
committee that he nvdo a dramatic
speech in opposition to the Judge In the
lnai almost precipitated a riot and which
' ' saved lne day for Ilonrv Pecry.
1 Yet I-u-Icham IT. Roberts, the right
baud man of the leaders of the quorum
,.; of -the twelvehimself in high ccclesiaa-
ileal station, lakes the stump for Judge
,1 Powers, tolls what dear friends they are.
1 though old-time enemies, and even chnl-
j ; Ionics Apostlo Reed Smoot to oxplaln his
j- vote on the tariff question!
He a!3p comes forward with a prophecy
I tlmr Judge Powers will bo elected!
lajii'hom H. Roberts's soeecli was the
' result of the duo deliberation of the hlgh-
1 est In authority In the Mormon church.
Every topic of it was carefully consld
; crcd In advance.
', Jpjcph Howell is to be switched on tho
scrap track. John C. Cutler Is to lw
i okctpd Govc-nor. There Is to be an even-
,, ing up And Brlgham II. Roberts Is to
I, do tho buslnes3 for the priesthood.
! At least these arc the signs of the
I , tlmts.
: ! Tonight -a party of Salt Lakers will
I ' tnlio a special over the San Pedro for
. Sandy to attend a rally of the American
I ; party there tonight. The train will leave
I ji thp Orocon Short Lino depot nt 7:15
,:, o'clock this evening, thc faro for the
j I lound trip being but SO cents.
I It " la a dcllchtful ride over the San
i ',' Pedro to Sandy, and tho train will reach
i ,j the city on the roturn trip at 11:15 o'clock.
1 4 I Senator Frank J Cannon will be tho
j ! principal speaker, but Judge II. J. Din-
Inny wlil accomoany the party and speak
t brlelly. Judge Osden Hlles was to go to
Sandy and also to Murray for n mn-iinr
I, tomorrow nlsht, but ho vns called out
of the city on a business trip,
'f ,nJ,CH' auartctte and the American
. ' Party Drum corns will accompany Sen
ator Cannon and Judge Dinlnny, and a
line-meeting is promised. Everv ono will
' ) be welcomed,
The 2mjws announces that the Ameri
, can party Is losing ground. This is not
i , that the "apostolic liar" believes It. but
i i because ho would, llko to have the public
. think so.
, Tho American, party grows in strength
, i every day. It is now within sight of its
' lirst victory.
lit One of Chairman Spry's subsidized
!,! weeklies got itself talked about in a not
top complimentary manner yesterday be-
cause of a malicious and unwarranted nt-
tack on County Clerk John James. Tho
I ... . . . , subsidized nowspn-
Shameful Abuse Ter, among othor
of Clerk wcurrllloim things
John James acciiacd Clerk James
. to tho American
party. The chargo JusUy aroused Jn
d gnation among the friends of tho pop
t nlar offlclal anrt Inquiries at Republican
headquarters were met with tho assur
I anco that the cqmmitteo had no knowU
i ?uEe .? tho a.ttacIt on Mr. Jamea and
1 1 l was wltnut Justification.
I TI? of tho mattor is, this disrop-
- otau10 ,sliet i?13 lcon a thorn In the
,t flesh of tho Smoot Republican commit-
.,, toe for weeks and if there were a way to
.'' throw it overboard that would be dono
mi luBtanter. It has given tho committee
, ) more trouble, and Republicans, generally
more concern than all opposition com!
, , Dined. It makes no anrumont for tho
I, organization it was hired at bo much per
Issue to support, but rather fills up lti
,,i columns with coarso abuse of men who
havo declined to "deliver" when it made
, j i tho demand that they do so.
,j The James caso is ono of tho most
,l outrageous specimens of "Journalistic" cf-
,i fort seen in Salt Lake. Mr. James Is in
'j no sense a part of tho new party or-
,i: , panlzatlon. nor does ho aid or comfort
,1 j 't- Ho counts arnonar his friends men In
. all parties. He has been an obllglngVf-
nclal who wins supporters by hia uni-
J form kindness. 1
'ill' , f?0 ,n,oni,ns ,aE0 hi declined to give
, . to the subsld zed weekly tho public prlnt-
Ing the publisher demanded. Prom that
M Vmctcr(l has bccn nothing loo con
, tcmptlblo for the subsidized to say about
h Mr. James,
!' ,,v,en Yth0,n thc County Clerk was n
i tho- hospital to undorgo a surgical ppcr-
atlon and when for a time his life was
'i j despaired of. fills ghoulish weekly i,afV
" ih,e '?,udac,ty to say that because a
friendly newspaper called attention to
1 1 acrk James's serious condition. thn
puriMse was to work up sympathy for
tho sufferer, whose name at that time
IssH 'I '
Many Mothers of Llko Opinion.
Mrs. Pilmcr of Cordova, Iowa, pays:
)' '"One of my children was subject to'
j - croup of a aevere type, and the giving
'l of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
I; promptly, always brought relief. Many
mothera in thlo neighborhood think the
b' ' same a8 I do about this remedy and
1 want no other kind for their children."
, For sale by all leadine drugglBts.
was to bo presented 'to the county con
vention for another term.
It was then ihat Clerk James's friends
believed the limit to despicable methods
had been reached. But this last abuso
Is so malicious and so unjuslllled that
when tho subsidized was read yesterday
there waa a righteous outburnt.
Clerk James Is supporting tho Republi
can ticket, and Is in high favor with tho
State organization. That tho subsidized
should attack him Is baaed wholly on his
having dccllnc-d to apportion his legal
printing so as to clvo to tho subsidised
weekly tho amount demanded.
Yet this Is tho character of one of tho
newspapers that Chairman Spry and his
malodorous commltteo employed to lam
baste thc supporters of tho American
Several of thc registration officers dc
c.'lned to register women who refused to
glvo their age, although it was known that
they were more than 21 years of ago. This
and other cases caused so much complaint
that County Attorney Whltakcr waa called
on for an opinion. Ho declared that a
voter, whether malo or female, who sub
scribes to tho oath that ho or she Is 21
years of age must be registered. It is not
necessary to swear to tho exact age,
Tho registrar of thc Forty-second dis
trict has declined to register a young man
who had not reached tho ngc of 21 years
ninety days nrlor to election. Of course
this nonsensfcal action was also not sus
tained. It being held that a young man
who will come of age by November 8 is
entitled to be registered.
A. G-. Sutherland has announced that he
will stick to the Republican party of
Utah and has no sympathy with thc
American party. Of course. His Bon
wants to break Into thc United States Sen
ate. Tho old gentleman Id amply Justl
iled. But he and "George" will be oppos
ing "church interference" and Smootlsm
F-hortly after the Legislature Is organ
Secretary of State Hammond will epenk .
:it Blaine tonight. .
There are on thc registration books for t
salt Lake City as a result of tho first three
Jays registration, H.5W names, Tho coun
.y districts are not all reported, but from
Igures now In hand It Is believed tho total 1
rcKlstratlon to ditc will be bctwGcon 1P.0C0 j
and 20,C0. Following is tho total by districts-.
District. Reg. District. Reg.
1 J5S 2S '2X
2 337 2D 21C
3 311 30 2SS
A 314 31 2i5
5 373 12 241
C V.i 219 33 2t
7 207 34 207
s .i'..L rsi v; 241
0 '.: 320 ST. 133
10 25 37 207
11 zssrs 291
12 ,332 1 i.. 325
13 '233 10 an
I I 141 37 4
If. . 1C2 42 344
1C 232 43 472
17 .-. 1S4 41 2S0
1R 271 45 237
19 349 IG 263
20 24 7 334
21 218,48 27S
22 j.. 231 UO 252
23 ; 2fl8 SO 270
21 153 51 2SC
25 . -. 221 52 2S1
27 2V3 Total 14,591
MOYLE AITD POWERS TALK.
Discuss National Topics, With a Side
Jab at Stato Issues.
Special to Thc Tribune.
RICHFIELD. Oct. 20. A fine reception
was accorded Hon. J. II. Moylo and Judge
Towers here last evening. Thc opera
house was crowded and thc speakers were
heartily greeted and enthusiastically ap
plauded. It was the greatest rally of the
Mr. Moyle was the first speaker. He de
voted some attention to the remarks of
his opponent here the previous evening.
He paid a fine tribute to Judge Powers
which w3 warmly received by his audi
ence. He wanted to know what we havo
to thank tho Republican partv for in
Utah. It has furnished up two factions
arrayed against each other, and to sustain
the Republican party now is to continue)
strife and contention In Utah.
Mr. Moyio then went IntQ detail to somo
extent on tariff, financial and trust ques
tions. He saltf that President Mclvlnlcy'
had advocated tariff reform Just before hit
death and that President Roosevelt, up to
thl3 year, had always been a tariff reform
er, but was now a stand-patter.
When Judge Powers appeared on his re
tern from Glenwood he was received with
a demonstration. After working his audi
ence up to a sympathetic pitch, he went
Into a discussion of some of thc National
Itsues and when he came down to local
conditions not a word escaped his hearers
"If the Mormon Democrats now step In
to fill up a depleted Republican ranks. It
will be looked upon by tho people outside
of this State as a fullfillment of tho dec
laration that the people of this State can
nc cnangeu n ouen as me cnurch leaders
desire. My election to Congress Is nothlnc
to mo compared to having the distress
again removed from tne peoplo of this
State; to shut out tho phantom of past
strife and bitterness."
The Monroe Parker Glee club and thc
RJchflcld cornet band furnished music for
Cottier Memorizes His .Speech.
Special to Thc Tribune.
MONROE. Oct. 20.-J. C. Cutler and Col.
G. B. Squires spoke to a crowded house
here last night. Cutler had his speech
committed to memory and managed to
say it all without once breaking down or
referring to his notes.
Col. Squires made a far better impres
sion, and although he spoke much longer
than It was deemed necessary, yet the au
dlcnco was attentive to the last.
New Judges Appointed.
a The following- changes have been made
in tho appointments of election Judges by
the County Commissioners, theso being
District G2 A. H. Nash, C. C. Anderson
District C7 E. Hartvicsen, J. C. Lorn
District 2 Albert Osborn, Otis Hamil
ton. District CO David Archibald;
District ST Andrew S. Leonard
District S9 J. Carson Healy.
REPORT IN WISCONSIN CASE.
Long Delayed Majority Opinion of
Supremo Court Filed.
MADISON, Wis,, Oct. 20. The long do
laycd majority opinion of tho Supreme
court was filed today In tho political caso
by Judge Murshall. It makes sixty type
written pages, and merely affirms the de
cision made two weeks ao, quoting au
thorities voluminously. The principal in
terest centers In the dlssentlncr opinion
by Chief Justice Cassady. which is in
substance that the "stalwarts" wcro
right and tho "half-breeds" were wronir
in their contention.
Davis to Welcome Bryan.
PARKERSBURG. W. Va.. Oct. 20
Henry G. Davis, Democratic candidate for
Vice-President,- will welcome "William J
Bryan, lo west Virginia tomorrow. Air
Bryan will speak here during tho after
noon and Mr. Davis, who has Just com
pl.?tcd, ? canvass of hlo own State, vhu
attend the meeting. '
Parker Returns Home.
ESOPUS, N. Y.. Oct. 20.-Judge Parker
arrived homo from his New York trlr
0 o'clock tonight and at onco began tho
preparation of a speech which he will
deliver tomorrow morning to a delegation
of Hudson county (Now Jersey) Demo
crats expected to number nearly 2CO0 per
Registration at Portland.
1 PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 20.-Rcglstratlon
In this county closed this evening with a
total of 21,368. an Increase of 1203 over the
registration for thc Congressional elec
Juno. WUS hId ln Ul,a Slato laSt
HOT FIGHT JS
Battle Agamsi Church
This and Resolution Against
Polygamy Is the Para
John Henry Smith Combination
Will Mako Discovery on
Special to The Tribune.
BLACIvFOO'l'. Ida.. Oct. 20. Tho cam
paign In southeastern Idaho Is at its
height. "VVhllo It Is true thcro has been
but little nolso and clamor so far. tho
work has gone on steadily and vlgor
Dusly. Thc Republicans have done noth
ing, that Is so far apparent, but eulogize
RnnMfvuW nnd flnnv Hint Mm Mnrmnn
Question is an Issue. Tho Democrats
havo hewed to tho line, both as to na
tional and Stato Issues and driven tho
opposition to the last extremity.
Throughout the Democrats have main
tained that thc church was active In thc
Intorest of tho Republican party, and
cltO' numorou.i Instances to provo. their
Where Fight Has Centered.
Thc Republican' orators have content
ed themselves by merely denying tho
charge, but ln no Instance havo they
brought forward a single illustration
that tho contention of tho Democrats Is
not true. The fight has centcrud on
Dubois and Dubolslsm, as It Is styled.
"What "Dubolslsm" Is. nono of the Re
publican speakers have been able to ex
plain. Tho fact Is, Dubois anticipated
and foresaw tho Impending calamity; he
know early In the year that thc samo
conditions that existed two years ago
would obtain this year; it was nothing
more or less than tho political sagacity
of Dubois pitted against such leaders
and trimmers as Heyburn. Borah, Good
ing, et al. They arc mod, and fighting
mad at that
Republicans on Defensive.
After thc State convention at Lewis
ton had taken such an advanced step on
tho Mormon question, tho Republican
leaders discovered their fatal error at
Moscow, and Immediately the word
went forth that the campaign must be
directed against Dubois Besides the
tributes paid to McKlnley and Roose
velt the speakers from Heyburn down,
have lamely endeavored to explain tho
turning down of Morrison, for renoml
natlon. who refused to appoint Presi
dent Parkinson of thc Onolda stake, Im
migration Commissioner, after endorsing
his administration; attempt to explain
the slaughter of Attorney-General Bag
loy, who held that tho resolution passed
by tho last Legislature, at tho behest of
John Henry Smith, providing for a now
constitution, was irregularly passed;' tho
ruthless disposition, politically, of State
Auditor Turner, who refused to pay tho
sugar bounty; their defense of tho two
mllo limit law, which thc Supreme court
has rendered nugatory, by holding that
the trailing of a band of sheep from one
range to another, within two miles of
a habitation, and the stopping of tho
band for needed rest, is not a violation
of thc law.
Gooding Is Sheep King.
Mr. Gooding, the candidate for Gover
nor, and himself a sheep-king, vocifer
ously exclaims ho will, If elected, veto
any attempt to repeal that law. "Why
not? Has not the Republican Supremo
court given them all they could -ask?
The Democrats took tho initiative In
tiie matter of the depositary law, which
tho Republican administration success
fully fought out ln the courts, during
thc past two years, after tho last Legis
lature had passed a lav that all the in-Ic-rcst
earned by public moneys should be
turned into tho Stato Ueasury, and now
profess to be in favor of such a law.
The same conditions provail as to all
State matters, Dubois and tho resolu
tion against polygamy and church Inter
ference Is paramount; thc Mormons
must bo convinced that the compact
with the Republicans two years ago
must be. and is belnjr kept; that thre
is no such thine: as "church dictation
or polygamy" ln Idaho. It Is true the
opposition has succeeded in procuring
tho services of a few so-called Demo
cratic papers, but the fight Is going on
relentlessly and furiously. In southeast
ern Idaho the Mormons aro largely In
tho ascendant. They arcuo that thcro
Is nothing ln the Lewlston platform that
Is offensive to them and then deliberate
ly bolt every county convention that In
While tho result is problematical at
this time, It Is certain that could the
election bo prolonged for six weeks the
people of Idaho would awaken to ' the
realizing sense nocessary to overthrow
tho Heyburn, Borah, John Henry Smith
combination completely and for good
However, the result this year, thoso
who know Dubois aro confident that ho
will never relinquish tho struggle, no
matter how hard or how long, until
American principles prevail In Idaho
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ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 20. The Undor
wood typewriter has again successfully
demonstrated Its superiority over all
competitors by winning tho grand prize
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( KNOX ON THE TRUSTS.
Says Roosevelt's Action Ln Securities
Case Entitles Him to All Honor.
NEW YORK, Oct 20.-Scnator Phllan
dor a Knox, former United States Attorney-General,
was tendered a reception
hero tonight by tho Union League club In
his address he referred to tho attitude of
tho Republican party toward tho great
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