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" ( WEATHER TODAY Fair. l'' ' '
m- Eo. 25. Salt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday MOKM&, NoTEarBER 8, 1904. 14 phges.iv cents. ( IhI'I
Lh Men Break Into
ILgged City Is Now in the
M Grasp of the Jap
TiL. to Bombardment' Occurred
fwjjsy Afternoon, Every Fort
Vm Being Engaged.
"JfclLNX Nov 6' V,a Kobo' Nov 7
a ttrtt days of continuous bom
tjKUt "of Port Arthur, which
SErfulensIve destruction to the
flsja and Niryusan forts In the
jf Renter of the Russian line o do-
atd also to Kekwan fort, the
ltbS of the Japanese army as
rfEoJusan yesterday afternoon.
'! Jtps Hold Their Ground,
tats carried these approaches to
tght, the assailants entrenched
rs under the glacis of the
si in the evening the left wing
jfirrl an assault on Kekwan, light-
Itsny to the lower parapet. There
jjijinese held their ground stub
4ty ia the face of Russian counter
if Bsperato Fighting-.
'Srfcg been reinforced during the
iiH, the Russians charged down up
ibi Japanese, and desperate hand
t conflicts ensued. The Japanese
trttick the enemy and destroyed two
red positions In the front moat.
''. Eand-to-Hnud Contest,
i JapaneM sub-Lieutenant, with
lilj roluntetr?, then succeeded In
ft his way to the rear of the fort,
et he engaged In a personal, con
tiith a Russian officer and killed
Having discovered two more de
a In the rear moat, the sub
e!sant withdrew his force with a
Hany Dead on Slopes,
fcr in the night the advanced po
cb of the Japanese was taken and
fila tstce. The besiegers succeeded
kjh&ins the approaches and con
cmij trenches connecting with the
fjtfj front parallel. At dawn num
otfdead were visible pn the slopes.
WP, corlh of the new and old bat
ata the left center of the line of
bWttK, was captured by the severe
Ifcfof the night.
f Effectual Wedge Driven.
operations have successfully
'1 ii an effective wedge Into the Rus-
'flfnltr. Severe explosions and ex
s firw have occurred in, the fort-
ltbln the last few days.
t total casualties of the Japanese
: Isle attacks were 1100. Over 500
' $ tiled up to October 29. The spirit
I' & cen is magnificent. The firing
feguna la wonderfully effective.
, Cilmax to Bombardment.
flmx t0 the late bombardment
f Ww(sn l and C o'clock Sunday
:: rftsea It wa3 a superb spectacle.
f d!Crt f th enemy wnH engaged,
f Cshtlnfe In the trenches was
.-f1 and severe
Oaly Forty Feet Apart,
frosts or lhe contemllnB forceg
7 forly fect apart. At 1 o'clock
ij ""-moon one or the Japanese
irl "Ilapwd Into a Russian gal-
, ncm' 1eJnB surprised under
'I i""1 RW in confusion.
1 Japanese Armies Within
Throw of Each Other.
Nov. 7.-The Russians
.!, armle8' tending from
a,6 ea" of the Uno river.
11 Places are almost within a
;w of each other. At Ben
adEre lhan m yartl3 flp
Ua thn "S P8ts. and at Sln
rSwSv rlver' ,ust west
dS ?h.aTnd nfteen mllcs south
f the ineso and Russians
t lB extreme ends of the same
3ft-S? rn?Bt.decslve. if not
Th Bow Ity of lh0 Shakhe
kler quarSrS" bU"dlnff hut8
'Ptts. 1'etr.p. vy ,tho nov- William
.- -J"6 waa strictly private.
i PM 7-' j ' , "
PaiMn' ': '
WCu your telion and
tlcv!?08' Vote the Ameri-
Bf h ?t0 lt early-
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fair feaiier for
This tho Prediction Made for Nearly
the Entire Country by the
"WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Fair
weather for election day Is predicted by
tho weather bureau for the entire
country, with the exception of the
northern section of the Middle Atlan
tic and the New England States. From
northern Pennsylvania, over New
York and throughout New England the
conditions will be unsettled, with more
or less cloudy weather and local rains,
conditions arising from a moderate
depression over the Ohio valley, which
Is now moving eastward. There will
be no general storm over the area re
In New York City moderate temper
atures are predicted, ranging from -10
degrees In the morning to a maximum
of 50 degrees or more In the later day.
In northern New York Stale, from Al
bany north, lower temperatures will
prevail, with flurries of snow instead of
rain. Throughout the South. "West
and Northwest fair weather Is pre
dicted, with seasonable temperatures.
Forecast: Arizona, Utah, Montana,
Colorado and Wyoming Fair Tuesday
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1 Whether tho priesthood rules -r
J- or not. Show that you won't 4
stand for church dictation in v
J politics by voting the Ameri- -!
I- can ticket. ' !-!-
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SHOT BY HOLD-UPS.
Montana Saloon Man Probably Fa
tally Wounded by Hobbers.
Special to The Tribune.
BASIN, Mont., Nov. 7. Three masked
men entered the saloon of John Socker
son shortly before midnight and held
up the proprietor. Shockerson refused
the demandy of the robbers, and was
shot three times and probably fatally
wounded. Tho noise of the shooting at
tracted a crowd to the place, and the
bandits lied Into the mountains without
securing anything. A heavily armed
posse, under Sheriff Gibson of Boulder,
Is in pursuit.
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' ' ARE YOU AMOPwMON?
v Then show that you are also v
I- an American. Be an American !
I- Mormon, and vole against 4
apostolic dictation in politics.
r Vote the American ticket. -!
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HAS FIVE PARCHED SCALPS.
Hero of Igorrote Village at Ex
position. ST. LOUIS, NovTy. bidy boy, the
first child born In the -I g0rr6lo' village at
Uie exposition, begins life auspiciously.
His father, who Is 23, boasts of his san
guinary record. It is paid that ho has
secured the heads of five enemies. To
visitors he often displays fh'e parched
scalps with great gusto and display of
extreme satisfaction. The advent of his
son was hailed with the beating of tom
toms and wild demonstrations of Joy.
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4- VOTE FOB AMERICANISM. -J
Vote against Mormon church
i rule in politics. Voto the
American party ticket, and
r vote it early. ''c
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Panic at a Rally.
Special lo The Tribune.
RENO, Nev., Nov. 7. "While 11 politi
cal rally was being held hero tonight
a wagonload of fireworks was exploded
accidentally, destroying the wagon and
horse and causing a panic on the
streets. No one was seriously Injured.
Surrondored to U. S. Marshal.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 7. George A.
Wright, formerly chief clerk for Internal
Revenue Collector Lynch, who has been
accused of Irregularities In I1I3 accounts,
surrendered himself today to United
States Marshal Shine and was at once
released on a bond of $5000 furnished by
a surety company Ho asserts Ills Inno
cence und says he wants a full Investiga
tion of the charges against him.
Dolbeer Will Contest
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7. The hear
ing of the Dolbeer will contest began to
dav before Superior Judge Coffee. MI3S
Etia Marlon Warren, who was bequeathed
over 51.000,000 by Miss Dolbeer, was In
court, as also was Adolph Schandor, tho
contestant, an uncle of tho deceased. The
hearing probably will consume several
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VOTE BEFORE NOON. -J-
r Then see that your sisters,
4 your cousins and your aunts
J.- do the samo thing-. For liberty -I
r in politics, vote tho American I-
party ticket straight.
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Menelik's Present to Roosevelt.
NBW YORI-C, Nqv. 7. Two lionesses. 1
two monkeys, two ostriches and a zebra
which wcro presented by King Moncllk of
Abyssinia to tho President of tho United
States arrived bore today on the 'Atlantic
tinnsp'ort line sti;amBhlp Minneapolis from
London. Ono lioness died during tho
VOTE THE AMERICAN TICKET STRAIGHT j
Men and women voters in Utah who sympathize with the American party movement, should vote
j the American party ticket straightl If this shall be done, the American party will carry this county,
li. and also make such a great State vote as to instire our holding the balance of power two years hence. C
V Don't bother about the candidates on the other tickets, except where tho American ticket contains no can- f
Y didates. Don't try to defeat tho purposes of the church by voting a part of a Republican local or State -j-X
ticket, or part of a Democratlo local or Stato ticket. Tho right way to reach our noble aim is to first .
X enfranchiso Salt Dake county and then proceed to the rest of the State. The way you can rondor the best
jf service in this matter Is to vote tho American ticket straight. If you try lo defeat tho church purpose
j- through either the Republican or Democratic Stato or local tickets you will got lost in the wilderness.
X Stick by tho American ticket and vote it straightl .jl
T . Vote the American ticket straight. Place your cross in tho circle above tho American party ticket, '
4 and then vote as your preference may indicate for Presidential electors, Stato and District judges. Be j?
JL sure that you voto the full American ticket.
Deseret News Afraid
. of Arguments.
Accepted Advertisements for
Other Parties but Turned
the Americans Down.
Apostolic Liar Did Not Dare Let tho
Mormon People Know tho
The Deseret News has printed politi
cal advertisements for all parties, and
the American party attempted to buy
"space for a statement of Its .position In
Manager "Whitney agreed lo sell one
column to the committee for a price
which was accepted by the committee.
The only proviso was lhat the matter
be not scurrilous1 or defamatory. He
said 11 would be submitted to the editor
for acceptance or rejection.
Tho manuscript was txmt to the News
long before the News went to press, and
was returned with the statement that
"It was impossible to use copy at so
late an hour."
Here Is the copy sent and rejected.
We shall leave It to any fair-minded
man if It was scurrilous or defamatory:
It has been so often asserted thnt the
American party of Utah Is a ("00 to the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints and of the Mormon people in gen
eral, that this means Is adopted to pre
sent to the renders of tho Deseret News
a few facts that every man and woman
who may go to tho polls tomorrow may
carry with them a correct impression of
tho real mirposos of tho American party.
It Is stated that the purpose of tho or
ganization Is to glvo non-Mormons com
plete control of affairs In tho county, and
tho Stale, so as to prevent the Mormon
people from participating In tho local
There Is no such purpose. Gcnllle bus
iness houses and Gentile officials do not
discriminate between Mormons and Gen
tiles In the employment of their assist
ants. The Gentllo firms employ moro
Mormon young men and womon than
they do Gcntll Aro the Mormon mer
chants and tho Mormon officials, as gen
erous? It has been charged that If tho Ameri
can party Is successful tho Mormons
would bo disfranchised. There has nover
been a slnglo fact developed or a slnglo
expression made during tho campaign
that would Justify this statement.
The American party contends, and lt
believes, that the principles which nro
contended for are as friendly to tho Mor
mon people an to the Gentllo people.
The American party aslcs nothing more
than that Utah shall bo as other Suites
where a man's politics and a man's re
ligion havo nothing to do with his rights
as a citizen.
It askn that when a man or a woman
dcaireB employment or desires, to run for
ofllco thlB employment or this ofllco bo
not baned upon a religious test.
Tho American party contends that lt
In not right that the Jilgh church ofllclalft
lake active pari In political or buslnoss
affairs that tho first great duty of thoso
leader and teachers Is to tholr church
as a religious organlzatloru
Wo contend that lt Is not possible for
religion and politics to be engaged in by
tho leadore without bringing criticism and
condemnation upon tho church and sor
row and strlfo to tho people.
It was tho church ltsolf that first said
that its high priests should not engage In
political affairs. The American party has
uccn, slnco this order was promulgated,
that great activity In politics has been in
dulged in by apostles and other honorod
leaders of tho church that tho real ene
mies of tho Mormon people havo been
moro actlvo than over.
The American party volcra aro not onc-
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M M n b S t M H H t
mlcs to tho Mormon people. They are
friends to Utah. They have their homes
hero. They pay tholr proportion of the
taxes. They aro striving to make tho
State greater and grnndor.
Suppose tho Gentiles were to refuse to
omploy Mormons In tho stores and the
mines, in the offices, and in all other ave
nues of Industry. Suppose the ,Gentllos
wero to boycott Mormons, ns some of
the Mormon houses havo boycotted the
non-Mormons. What would becomo of
tho hundreds and hundreds of people of
the chur?h now omployed by them 7
Could all of these clerks and officials
bo given employment by the Mormon bus
iness men and tho Mormon officials?
Why tho necessity of drawing church
If the leaders of tho church aro deter
mined to draw such lines, Is lt not mor
ally certain that the situation will bo
sure to come when non-Mormons will bo
forced to rofuso employment to Mor
mons? Tho American party asks that tho
church leaders do not take actlvo part In
politics. It believes that it is not only
fair and American-like, but that It Is the
best thing for the pcoplo of the Mor
If tho American party principles triumph
there will be no Amcrlcap party within
a brief tlmo There will bo an end to
tho strife in Utah.
Tho pcoplo of all tho churches and all
tho parties will live together In peace, as
thoy do In other States.
The strlfo will end when tho leadors of
the church confine their labors to re
ligious lines, as God-loving and God
The history of the world has proved
that religion, politics and business will
not mix In peace. It Is Impossible. If
all men had the lovo of God in their
hearts, -theso things might bo done. But
men nro selfish. They will not brook In
terference In their business and politics
by church leaders. There will bo strlfo
until this ends. '
Tho Mormon people bear tho burden of
It Is wrcMg to say tho American party
Is fighting the church. It only Insists
that tho church leadors keep promises
mado when Utah was granted State
hood. Tribune's Space Not Withheld.
The Tribune has offered Its space to
Congressman Howell and others of the
opposition. It has not required of them
any contract as to what was to bo
printed. Howell asked for space, but
did not send around his advertisement.
The Tribune Is not afraid to let Its
readers know what are the platforms
and claims of the opposition. We have
printed pages of tho arguments of the
opposing parties. The Deseret News
has kept Its people In darkness.
Afraid of the Light,
The Deseret News is afraid its read
ers will see tho lijrht.
It knows that the fabric that holds
together the ecclesiastical and com
mercial head of the hierarchy is but
Graft! Graftl! Graft!!!
Its peoplo contributo their life blood
to fatten tho few men who prey on
The Deserot News Is a mortal sinner.
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I- ARE YOU AN AMERICAN?
v If you aro, show that no J
church controls your voto. Cast
one ballot early for tho Ameri
can ticket, and then got some !
-I one else to do so. I
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Condition of tho Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. Today's state
ment of tho treasury balunccs shows:
Avntlnblo cash balance, 31J5,G0C,1I2; uold,
ley Will k k foils
Glorious Opportunity to Rid
Utah From Rule of
Salt Lake County Seems to Be Afire
With Purpose to Vote the
The drift of sentiment In Salt Lake
county seems to be In great force In
favor of the American party ticket.
The. bold work of the political-leaders
of the church Sunday and yesterday
proved to scores of non-Mormon Dem
ocrats and liberal-minded Mormon
Democrats that It Is the purpose of r.he
priesthood to defeat the American
ticket if possible, by centering all their
strength on the county Republican
This effort has been so bold this year
that some of the men who are closest
In the Democratic org.oJil. nation openly
confess that the "hunch" has been
given agalnsl them.
Not all of the Democrats concede
this, however. They are clinging to
the hope that they will yet pull
through, but there Is no possible show
in Salt Lake county, on the surface,
for a single man on tho ticket.
A Square Line-Up.
The battlo late last night seemed to
have become a square line-up between
the Gentiles and liberal Mormons of
Salt Lake county and the sycophants
who truckle to Smoot for political or
business favors, nnd such Mormons as
the apostle and his political family can
It Is a life anS death struggle be
tween the real frlonds of TJtah those
I who would make lt greater nnd Grand
er, those who would bring about con
ditions where each man is equal to
the other and bigots who aro con
trolled by prejudice and un-Amerlcun
The people of Salt Lake county who
bellevo In the city and county's fu
ture are lined up almost lo a man with
Tho good women are working, God
bless them, with that devotion to their
home and loved ones that makos of
this contest a bright bit of history that
ovcry true American shall bo pleased
to recite In years to come.
Women in Earnest.
The American women of Utah are
desperately in earnest this year. They
know thatr the sisterhood In other
States are. longing and praying for tho
triumph of a party whose object It Is
to rid this State of all elements that
degrade and lower them. They shall
go to the polls today and make their
cross (X) In the circle under the starry
emblem of American liberty.
They are not so much Interested In
genoral affairs as In local affairs. Most
of them will vote for their respective
choice for President. All of them who
love Utah, who love their children, who
believe In the sanctity of the fireside
and, as Senator Fairbanks said, in tho
sacredness of "a home with one moth
er," will vote the American ticket
straight, and they will vote right.
Taxpayers' Groat Opportunity.
All taxpayers who believe In honest
administration; who believe In an ad
ministration where there Is no discri
mination on account of religion; who
bellovo In permanent Improvements
nnd In the punishment of rascals, re
gardless of relationship, In the prose
cution of thieves regardless of church
, or political pull, will vote tho Amorl-
Ordered to We
Priesthood of Blackfoot Stake Directs
Democratic Mormons to Sustain
Special to The Tribune.
BLACKFOOT, Ida., Nov. 7. A meet
ing of tho Mormon priesthood of the
Blackfoot stake was held here Satur
day, the purpose of which Is manifest
tonlghC by a display of Democratic
Mormons wearing badges and who were
directed to vote the Republican ticket
straight. They openly stato that they
have received Instructions to this effect.
GentlleB here aro Inflamed at the open
ness of the Mormon domination, and
tho lines, In this city at least, will bo
squarely drawn .between Mormon and
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''r ty ticket is a vote against Mor- 4
I- mon church dictation in. politics.
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WATCHERS IN COLORADO.
Supreme Court Appoints Number in
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 7. On appli
cation of the Democrats the Supreme
court late today appointed watchers for
all precincts In Huerfano county and
fourteen precincts In El Paso county.
An application for watchers In Teller
county was denied on tho ground that
both parties are properly represented
on the election board there.
At a conference of the Democratic
and Republican chairmen and ofllclals
of Teller county this afternoon an
agreement wns reached, regarding the
appointment of deputies and constables
to serve at the polls tomorrow, which,
it Is hoped, will avert the danger of a
clash between armed forces' In the Crip
ple Creek district.
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RALLY 'ROUND THE FLAG
-! And voto the American ticket !
J straight. Vote early.
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Schooner Burned at Sea.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7.-Tho Mer
chants' exchange has received a dispatch
slating that tho schooner Challenger,
bound from Roche harbor to this city,
caught llro at sea and was scuttled. Tho
members of the crew wero rescued and
landed at South Bend. Wash.
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v GO TO THE POLLS EAULY.
-I The registration is heavy,
-1- and those who come late may -!
Jj lose their votes. -
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Result in Newfoundland.
ST. JOHNS. N. F., Nov. 7. Tho com
pleted polls of Trinity district show tho
olootlon of Miller, the third of tho Liberal
cnndldatcs. by a majority of 1C. Thero
remain only two districts to be roportcd.
Stormy weather prevents tho collection of
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SHAKE OFF THE SHACKLES.
-I If you are a Mormon in rcli- -I
5 gion, be a free American citi- 4
- zen in politics. Voto the Amer- !
icon party ticket.
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Crown Princess Dead.
SEOUL, Nov. 6. The Crown Prlncoss
died here last night.
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J Early to vote
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4 Is the motto
4 For election day 4
v If you voto for political free- 4
I- dom In Utah vote tho Ameri-
can party ticket. ;
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can ticket. Every voter can do a good
day's work today by voting for
every man on tho American ticket.
If this Is done, lt is promised that
there shall be a revelation mado of the
chicanery and trickery and crime In
the Joint building that will drive fully
a half dozen men from the county as
fugitives from Justice, or land them
behind tho walls of tho Utah Stato
prison. This Is a glorious opportunity
to do the right thlngl
Ballot a Secret One.
A better opportunity may never bo
presented! The ballot is absolutely a
secret one. Men and women may vote
and no one know how they voted. They
can vote their sentiments without fear
of being hauled before those whom
they may fear.
Go to the polls early! Vote for the
betterment of Salt Lake county. Do
not be misled by the stories circulated
by those who would perpetuate their
reign through deceit and fraud. The
gateway to Utah's greatness swings
wide open today! Unless the voters
make the best of the opportunity an
other such opportunity may not be af
forded In a lifetime.
For once In your life lay aside your
prejudices. Be true man and woman,
and throw off the yoke which the occle
slasts and commerclallsts of tho ohurch
have made so great a burden,
Senator Cannon Was 11 I
Warmly Welcomed. W I
His Speech One of the Most .
Masterly Ever Heard 'if "Hi
in the State. ' fij$ , . j H
Utnhna Park Meeting a Wonderful i j ' jj
Outpouring of Patriotic , j!
Salt Lakers. I ' 1 ' IH
Tt developed last night to a certainly ;
thnt peoplo havo not been attending 'tho j ii' jH
American party rallies for the reason ; j , IH
that thoy afforded tho uso of scats for i i",'
an hour or two in a comfortable theater. , ,i jH
Tho big cold tent In Utahna park was' f, y
packed lo tho limit on short notice and 1 4 j 1 . jH
the crowd was ns enthusiastic as ever. j i"
Warmed Thorn Up. 1 ;j .
Senator Frank Cannon was not at his ' !
best, on account of the poor acoustic ' !j J,!:
qualities and tho draughty condition of : ' ' j; ij, ,
the improvised auditorium, but his reply ' ij ' 1
to Brlghara K. Roborts's denial of the I ,H
charges made against the church lenders 'j.'j!. jH
by the American party and its speakers ' 1 j(
was sufficiently warm lo causo tho au- J '. I
dienco to forget tho physical discomforts I )'J
which assailed them. It was a bcautl- ' , ! i','.
ful arraignment which tho onco defiant ' ! J1'
but now Bubservlent Roberts received and ! V
that tho crowd was delighted with it was , v'; ' ;
evidenced in the most demonstrative j
manner. Other speeches which were well : 1
received wcro mado by E. B. Crltchlow j ',1
and William M. Ferry, tho American par- , ,'1! ,
tys candldato for Governor. Music' was , j '! ,
furnished by the Snyder Ladles' quar- ' ! ; I
tetto, by Mrs. Plummer and Hold's band. ' j1,;'.
Tho music was highly appreciated. The ( '
quortetto, being a new one, mado a great j
Not for a Day: , j
Tho meeting was presided over by P. J. j4'
Daly, who, In opening, spoko briefly of ! -
the causos which brought tho Amorlcnn , pj '
party of Utah Into existence, these causos ' il;-
being suggested by Its demands, which : JM
nro for liberty, American free Institutions gi
and obedlcnco to the aw Ho declared 'fjv' IH
that tho party was not organized for a fjji ffi IH
day or a year, but that It would llvo un- i IH
til every vestige of occlbsiastlcal Inter- ;
ferenco In political affairs; was eradicated fli
from tho State. In support of tho claim 31',, IH
that neither of the old party orgnniza- Ju IH
tions In tho State longer stands for jf 1
American Institutions, ho said that tho jiVi
Republican party had been Smootlzed and ' 1 1',
lhat the Democratic party slnco 1S&5 hau 3 ;li
been nothing but a cold storage room for j j , 1 IH
Republican votes when needed. It was IH
the duty of every American citizen, ho Jjli, IH
said, to voto the American party ticket IH
and voto lt straight a statement of fact p; 1
which wns cheered to tho echo. i! j
"Enemies of Utah." ' j j
E. B. Crltchlotv gave attention to an Uj. 1 J
analysis of tho term "enemies of Utah," 1 A
as applied to certain people by the Mor-
mon lenders He found that friendship 1 (
or enmity to Utuh was not to bo detor-
mined by the length of resldcnco in tho
State, for lt was applied almost exclusive- a,
ly to thoso who dared ally themselves j). ,
with the American party, nnd there wore f ' Ij ,
many In that party who had lived all 11 l
their lives in Utah, whoso entire earthly j '
possessions wero in the State and who ', Ij
expected to mako hero ahorlUigu for their , ; IH
children. Tho question. "Would such men H . 1
and women bo enemies of Utah?" would ! ij j
answer Itsorf. 1 i
What Caused the Division. ' A'1; t
The speaker recalled U10 times follow-. 1 D " , ' , t
lng the old Liberal and Pooplo's party q
light, whon, about 1&92, tho questions i ,
which divided the people were laid asldo H,1 IH
and hands wero Joined ovor tlio differ- jjj', , IH
ences. Wo wcro not enemies then. Tho it j
church leaders wcro minding their own , J
business and wo worked side by side to ; I . j
start tho peoplo right In political ac- I i'
tlvity. Wo wero a happy people until j
If 06. Tho Iroublo commenced whon tho
church leaders brought forth tho rulo , 1 '" IH
that mon high In authority must not seok , IH
polltlcnl proforment without first ontaln- : tM
lng tho consont 01' tho church auUiorltlon. I IH
With this consent naturally wont appro- I I j '
batlon. and annrobatlon of tho authority , ,
which spoko ns ono divlno wont a long jj',
way toward deciding tho contest. 1 J JM
Revolt Has Gulminated. ;
This wius the llret cloud, but it gathered I S:! 1 ll
force with tho years until tho rosulle ' I'
betamo unbearablo lo a large part of tho 3 I
communlly and there wns revolt, which 1 i '
culminated In tho formation of tho Amur- iH
"Those who have revolted to this eo-, K. jH
clei-la.stlcal Intcrfcrcnco in tho political ',m IH
affairs of tho State, aro called enemies of ' ' JH
Utah," said Mr. Crltchlow. "Throughout , ( IH
tho Stale tonight aro men who aro throw-, i
lng up tholr hats for Theodore Rooso- , '
volt, while others aro shouting for Alton . jl
B. Parker As the first citizen of the land. 1 ; IH
Suppose Theodoro Roosevelt or Alton B. . (
Parker should becomo residents of Utah. '
would thoy bo friends or oncmios of . t
Utah? Ho declared that this nation ,
could not oxlst half bound and half free. . J' ,
What would ho think of conditions In , 1 , JM
Utah? I11 ;
Investors Aro Barred. j jj ;,
"Wo arc allied disturbers of the Indu- ;;, ,
trial peace. Would a man who should , '' I Hl
ccme hero to engage In tho manufacture ' M . f
of electric light bo a friend oran oncmy? Vf
Tho samo question might bo usked 01 ono ' 1 i' ;
who should como here to Invent capital ; , ,;),
in tho salt industry. In a shoe factory or .' -
In tho Implement business. Not ono dol-, , ,
lar would ho bo permitted to Invest In , . y
any of theso industries, for tho simple . , jH
reason that tho head of the dom nnnt 1
church ciirrlea on business In those Ino.i. 1 .
Any ono wno lnterforos with them is an 1 . '
er'emv. I toll you that this tithing s.vn- , !'
tern Is establishing an Industrial sorfdom , r
which will extend to tho tlmo of your ; ,
cl'lldron'K children. I wi' that If t ies .
aro friends of Utah we -would better havo .
a few moro enemies. Peoplo who nro . '
honest and intolligont cannot longer Hub- , , U
mlt to this tyranny. H'
How Cannon Worn B
Mr Crltchlow closed with a reference 1 !'
to tho charge thnt had boen mado hat H,
Senator Cannon owed his political pio- l )
ferment to church Infiucnco. While nay-j Hj; :,; , ,
b'' I ' H