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H: page two THE SALT LAKE TKUBXJBTE. sunday mobsik&, soYmmat, I
IkU nil out tho certificate and tho party that
Ijijii 1 solemnize is Riven ono and 1 sign the
lu f other and send It to the County court.
BPv By Senator Hopkins-There Is a reg stry
Is 'It kept at the County court of each count
rrfA In the. Stato of nil marriages? A.-I think
W so; yea, ulr.
No Record Is Kept.
II' V By Senator Ovcnnan-Do you have a
. book out of which you marry them-anj
I'l.l form? A. No, sir. , nt
lijtj Senator Overman You have no form at
aheAi5hafrinan-HavlnB performed tho
I ceremony yourself, can you not tell us
I a what tho ceremony Is?
I J A. Well, air, 1 nra sure I would not uho
I ' tho same ceremony twice- I slmpij Jo
I , the work and the preliminary would take
I ' care of ltsolf.
, Q. You do tho work. ou pronounce
Ihem husband and wlfo? A. Yea. air.
Q, And tho preliminaries you attend to
t; as the occasion arlBea? A. That would
i be. perhaps, studied for tho occasion,
i By Senator Hoar You would require
j (; sonic promise from each party?
1 ji' A. Oh, yes. , .
I ' Q. To be a faithful husband or wife,
fill aa the caae may bo? A. Yes, sir.
Hi Q. In flomo form of words? A. Yes,
ni sir; I conalder that as a part of tho
If IK obligation and a part of tho work that 1
I ,f , should see that they do.
If ! By Senator Hopkins-Does not your
church have some formula that Is used
' ( In marriage ceremonies?
(j A. I have looked for It. but I have never
ii been able to tlnd It: and If they have, I
f; do not know whero It Is.
f Q. Then each member of the Mormon
church who Id authorised to perform the
(. marriage ceremony uses his own formula
.J In pronouncing tho couple husband and
wife? Is that it? A. Now, I could an
(1llf swer that only no far as I am concerned.!
ti That is the way I have done It, becauso
Sft' I wns unable to And a written ceremony,
if By Senator Overman Is the public gen
,l orally Invited to Xhesc marriages?
Hj Ceremonies Not Public,
lil A. No. sir. Invited guests, however,
?i have been present on both occasions, but
t not the public.
W Q. The public Is not invited, not al
ly lowed to attend? A. Well, they would
J, not think of attending unless they had
4V an Invitation on that special occasion.
?1 By Senator Dillingham Do you know pf
'VA any part of tho country where they would
,1 A. No. sir; I do not know of any.
Tho Chalrmon Is there anything fur
j ther of this witness?
M Mr. Tayler I am through.
lt Mr. Worthlngton Wo have no qucs
tlons. Ml The Chairman. After tho adjournment.
(fil1 Mr. Merrill, will you stop at the clerk'o
ilf desk a moment? A Yes. sir.
J, Q. If there is nothing furthor of this
, IS witness, gentlemen, ho will be discharged.
I in Mr. Van Cott. There is one question
I j we forgot: What Is your age, Mr. Mer
?! rill? A. I will bo 43 years old the clcv-
I' j. enth day of this coming June.
Will Merrill Bo Challenged P
Brlgham H. Roberts was stopped at
I the bar of the House of Representa
tives and refused admission a.3 a mem-
. I ber because lie had violated the laws
tj of his State, The question now is. will
" , Clesson S. Kinney, Harry S. Joseph or
I William M. McCrea stop Bishop Mer-
U rill at the bar o the Utah House of
nj Representatives and deny him admis-
H' 5ion to the same on the ground that
! jjj' he has violated section 4209 of the Re-
j : I vised Statutes of Utah, which reado as
j ' follows:
(II 'Matt-Unlawful Cohabitation. If any
)' male person hereafter cohabits with moro
I ihan ono woman ho shall bo guilty of a
misdemeanor and on conviction thereof
II shalFbe punished by a fine of not more than
, three hundred dollars or by Imprisonment
'f in the county Jail for not more than 8lx
'rj i months, or by both said punishments, In
(j the discretion of tho court."
; Bishop Merrill before he can become
f a member of the House of Representa-
' j tlves will have to take an oath that he
r will obey the constitution and laws of
the State of Utah. He took that oath
i j when ho was a member of the Leglsla-
j ture two years ago. Did he consclen-
tlously take tho oath then and can he
conscientiously take It again with sec-
i, tlon 4209 staring him in the face? If
j he be violating that law, how can ho
sit ae a Legislator and take part in
' J , the passage of laws which other men
are expected to obey and respect and
'l ; for a violation of which offenders will
h have to suffer imprisonment? On the
i r same ground that Brlghcim H. Roberts
V; was denied admission to the Congress
' of the United States Bishop Merrill by
' , parity of reasoning should be denied ad-
t mission to the Utah House of Repre-
) ' ' senlatlves. WILL, HE BE?
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. It is reported
I that Cornelius Vandorbllt will ahortlv ac-
,i cept a position In tho diplomatic service,
!, . and in this connection the post of first
L f t-ccretary of the American Embassy at
' ; Berlin is mentioned.
Jl ' , CHICAGO, Nov, 12. In two days' flsh-
li r Ing nearly two tons of German carp have
1 i been taken with seines from tho Fox
' . river. The work was done under the hu-
! porvlalon of the State Fish Warden and
rl ! is still in progress.
l i ' CHICAGO, Nov. 12. Tho Chicago po-
f lice wcro notified today of tho robbery
H of tho Bank of Rio. at Rio, 111. by eight
L men, who secured $20M In cash und es-
i raped. rRIo Is a small town on the Bur-
14 Jlngton railroad, about ten miles north
Vf( , NEW YORK, Nov. 12. According to an
3 ' ' announcement made by a representative
ijlJl In this city of the executlvo committee
;m i of tho International Association of Ma-
' rhlnlsts. that body and tho allied metals
! trades have completed plans to amalga-
J mate. The new organisation will have
; t a membership of. 106.000.
c ANACONDA. Colo., Nov. 12. This ml-
l . nlng town was practically wiped out by
1 ; Are last night. Fully 100 frame etruc-
! I lures were destroyed. The estimated
I j i total losa on buildings and contents 1b
1 $25,000. No damage was clone to tho
many large and valuable shafthousea of
t I mines In tho town.
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first Battle Was a
Thousands Enlisted for Even
More Vigorous Campaigns
for the Future.
State Committee Says There Must Bo
No Halt, No Retreat, but a
Tho American Parly of , Utah will not
rcmovo Its armor until a comploto vie
tory of Us principles has been won. It
means to rcnow tho fight begun two
months ago and to push tho battlo line
nearer to the cilldal of Utah's enemies.
There Is to bo no surrender, no retreat.
Tho exporienco of tho past campaign will
prove valuablo. It has demonstrated the
fact that the new party has fully 12,000
friends in Salt Lake county. Not all of
theso could oporato with -tho Americans
In tho first fight becauso of personal or
old party obligations. They havo theso
obligations discharged now and aro ready
to voto for and work for the American
tickets of tho future.
Next month tho campaign will bo
fought for members of the Board of Ed
ucation. Later for tho city of Salt Lako.
Tho next eleven months promise to bo
the most Important In tho local political
history of a decade. It may not bo as
closely a contested campaign as was
waged by tho Pcoplo's Party and the
Liberals but It will be a greater contest
greater in tho numbers Involved and
In the lmportanco of the Issues. Hun
dreds of liberal-minded Mormons will
help tho Americana. But a few assisted
In tills connection It will bo Interesting
to observe tho views held by tho Stato
committee of tho American Party of
Utah. The following address is self-explanatory:
Utah Americans Felicitated.
To tho Americans of Utah: The Stato
Central committee of the American party
prccents to you its congratulation upon
the magnificent fight of last Tuesday.
In a little more than fifty days, an army
of 000 has been enlisted to servo during
tho war. How long that war shall Inst
no one can now foresee; but that the
Americnns mean to wage It to a bucccbs
ful Issue is demonstrated by tho fact
that moro flags wero worn on tho day
after electio'n. than on the clay before
election. Volunteers aro coming to us
and eventually the lino will be so drawn
In Utah as that wo will moot but ono
foo on the political battlefield.
Tho event of last Tuesday denies for
all time that our party was organized
by disgruntled politicians or to serve the
vindictive fooling of any set of men
against any other set of men. The event
of last Tuesday also proves that the
party has Its abiding reason for oxlstcnco
In Utah; for It is now Incontestnbly evi
dent that the Democracy of Utah Is ns
much under ecclcslnstlcal control as Is
tho Republican machino
Gratitude to Workers.
To all who engaged in tho work, the
committee extends Its profound gratitude.
Wo thank tho party workera; wo thank
the contributors to tho campnltm fund;
wo thank especially Tho Salt Lako Trib
une, which waged the war throughout
this State freely and devotedly for tho
lovo of Americanism The mighty labors
of Tho Tribune, and tho result of those
labors, havo demonstrated that It Is a
trusted leader amons the people. Such
other nowspapsrs of tho State. Including
particularly tho Bingham Bulletin,
which gave a fair presentation of Ameri
can party doctrines, are also thanked.
Above all. a tribute of gratitude is due
from this committee, and from all tho
Americans In Utah, to the brave and
Eplcudid women who fearlcssW and In
telligently fought this great fight. To
them belong a great sharo of the credit,
and upon them must depend In larjfo de
gree the progress of this battle for an
'Die St-tio i-cmmltti-e propose to con
tinue the war every day and every hour
until victory shall bo won. To that end,
it calls upon all loyal Americans in Utah
to Join the party In those localities
whore organization haa not been effected
wo Invite tho men and women who voted
tho party ticket lust Tuesday, or who
aro In sympathy with the movement, to
make county organizations.
No Pear of Ostracism.
The State committee will aid to this
end by every moans In Its powor; but
largely thin wor.k must devolve upon tho
people themselves. They Hhould have no
fear of ostracism: thoy should havo no
fear of tho commercial weapon of their
opponents Behind us stand b2.000.000 peo
ple, who will seo that Justice Is done.
Americans, organize In your counties,
so that two years honco tho 6000 Ameri
can voters of this year shall grow Into
an overwhelming mass of tho citizenship
of this State, determined to rescue tho
Commpnwealth and the Individual rights
of men, all of which arc imperiled by ec
clesiastical control In politics.
Wherever school elections aro to be
held, let Americans organize (julckly In
order that they may wage successful
battlo for tho moat sacred Institution
In our country, tho public schools.
The Stato Central committee Invites cor
respondence from Americans who have
effected or are desirous of effecting Amer
ican organizations. Address all communi
cations on this subject to the secretary,
room 222, Atlns block, Salt Lake City,
Bv tho State Central Committee, WI1
lard F. Snyder, chairman; P. J. Daly,
Tho American Slate and County com
mittees met yesterday aftcrnpon In execu
tlvo session to consider futuro compalgns
and to close up the business of tho past.
It was the sense of tho conference that
an aggrcsslvo contest bo waged In all po
litical or school elections until tho purpose
of the organization shall be accomplished.
It daily becomes moro apparent that the
next Utah Legislature has not. been pledg-
. cd in advance to any
Who Will man for United
Succeed States Senator. And
Senator Kearns? pWe?0 such
that they are prac
tically worthless. Inasmuch ns tho contest
between two or more of the candidates
mny result In a temporary dead-lock.
In this ense men who promised to vote
for a certain candidate may cast a voto
or two and then declare tho obligation
discharged. Some of tho Salt Lake Re-
Cubllcan politicians now believe this will
e tho case. This makes the situation a
very complicated one. Already an
organization Is being attempted in
tho Interest of ono of Salt Lake's
wealthiest men. It In said he haa abso
lutely refused to permit tho uho of his
narao until ho Is convinced that Senator
Reed Smoot haa not pledged himself ir
revocably to Georgo Sutherland. Suther
land's friends, somb of them, Boy tho
Apostle Senator has already given tho
word. But tho moro conservative of the
former Congressman's nontenants will not
go that Car. Thoy will not say It la abso
lutely cinched. And thoy make It quite
ct rtaln that tho deal Is yet to bo closed
by tho manner In which thoy havo Under
taken a Legislative organization.
"If Reed Smoot wero committed llnally,'
said an obsorvlng one, "there would bo no
necessity for tho growing uneasiness of
tho Sutherland crowd, nor cause for the
Increasing activltv of tho othor candi
dates' frlonds." This, at lenst. Is logical.
Georgo Sutherland Is the most active
candidate, and has been for months.
Mayor Glasmann Is also a candidate and
has tho support of his Ogdon newspaper
and his political appointees. Ho says he
will have tho Bolld bucking of tho Weber
county delegation, but perhaps has an
other guess coming. He hns addressed a
letter to tho gentlemen who will consti
tute tho next Genorul Assembly, aaklng
for support. Ho asks for "support and
Judge Georgo Washington Bartch an
nounces that ho Is a candidate, but will
not enter Into an undlgnllled scramble.
He says he expects strong booking from
friends In tho East as well as In Utah.
Tho eastern Inllucnco In Utah Is tho con
undrum of tho campaign. W. S. McCor
nick does not say ho Is a candidate, or
that ho will be. Ho Is looking the situa
tion over. If tho election seems possible
his friends say he will get In tho gamo
with all tho vigor possible It was stated
yesterday that fully six of the Salt Lako
delegation will go to McCornlck If ho
enters the fight. Ono of tho members of
tho next session says tho banker has
eight friends on tho local dolcgatlon. Ho
says he has sounded them and knows.
Somo ono called lip a well-known nows
papor man and asked whero tho Repub
lican headquarters had been removed.
"I can't tell you, my friend. . Supposo
you ring up Joseph F. Smith."
All county and Stato ofllclals and clerks
nrc unusunlly busy these days. Accumu
lated work requires great effort to dls
Late reports from the Seventh Judicial
district lndicato the dofc-at of W. D. Liv
ingston, Smootlte, by Ferdinand Erlckson.
Democrat, for Judge, by a majority of
Owing to errors In addition the voto of
Judge Hull, a candidate on tho Demo
cratic Judicial ticket In thlB county, waa
given as 1C.673. when It should havo been
10.673. This would make Judgo Morse's
plurality over Judge IIall,S20, Instead of
229. as erroneously printed. It will re
quire tho offlciol count In all Instances In
this county before tho exact pluralities
can bn given.
TWO MORE DISTRICTS.
Republican Pluralities for National,
State and County Tickets.
Returns from Districts 71 and 77 came
In last evening, leaving five still to hear
from. Both of those reported last even
ing give tho Republican National, State
apd county tickets good pluralities. As
Is tho case throughout tho county, tho
Presidential Electors lead by a good
In 77 Roosevelt gols 171 votes. Howell
follows with IBS and Cutler gctB 117. Tho
Democratic Electors get 1(M and their
Stato ticket averages a llttlo higher. Tho
Socialist vote averages thlrty-flvo and
tho American six.
In 71 tho Republican Electors got flfty
tlfi each, whllo Cutler gets forty-two
and the rest of tho ticket un avcrago of
forty-flvo. Tho Democratic Electors got
forty-four In this precinct; tho Socialists
ono and two votes each, nnd tho Ameri
SOLDIERS COMING H0.ME.
Important Order Just Issued by War
WASHINGTON. Nov. 12. An import
ant order has been Issued by the War
department relieving troops which have
served the allotted time In tho Philip
pines and replacing them with organi
zations from the United States. Troops
ordered home will sail from Manila as
Headquarters, first and second squad
ron.ron, Thirteenth cavalry, April, first
squadron golnpr to Fort Riley, head
quarters and Hecond, to Fort Meyer;
headquarters and second squadron
Twelfth cavalry, May 1G, and first
squadron Twelfth cavalry, June 15, both
to go to Camp Thomas, Lla.; third
squadron Eleventh cavalry, July 15. to
go to Fort Sill, third squadron Twelfth
Cavalry, August 15, to go to Camp
Thomas, Go.; Eighteenth Infantry, Jan
uary 15, to go to Fort Leavenworth; the
Fourteenth Infantry. March 15, to go to
Vancouver barracks; Twenty-third In
fantry, May 15, to go to Madison bar
racks and Fort Ontario; the Fourth In- I
fantry, June 15, headquarters band and
two battalions to ro to Fort Tnomos,
the station of the remaining battalion
to be designated; Fifteenth Infantry,
July 1G, to go to Fort McPherson, Ga.
Troops ordered to tho Philippines will
sail from San Francisco as follows'.
Headquarters and second squadron
, Eighth cavalry, March 1; third squad
ron Eighth cavalry, April 1, second
squadron Seventh cavalry, Alny 1; head
quarters and first squadron Seventh
cavalry. June 1, third squadron Seventh
cavalry and first squadron TTighth cav
alry, July 1. First infantry. February l;
Sixth Infantry, March 1; Ninth infantry,
April 1: Ninth infantry, May 1; Six
teenth Infantry. June 1.
LARGE HOP DEAL.
Greatest Sale Mado in United States
Thus Far This Tear.
TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 12. The hop
crop of tho Moxee hop ranch in the
Yakima valley, embracing eleven thou
sand bales, was bought In Tacoma yes
terday by local dealers. The terms are
private, but the cash paid Is known to
be over JG5.000. It Is said, to be the
largest hop deal made In tho United
States this year. It Is understood the
price was not less than 30 cents per
pound, although the hops were not the
highest grade of choice exporters'
NEW YORK, Nov. 12. Tho Rev. Ta
kcrna Ichlmura. 35 years old.t of Koch!,
Japan, Is dead here from consumption.
LONDON, Nov. 12. Valentino Cameron
Prlnpep, bottor known as "Val" Prlnscp,
profc?aor of painting to tho Royal acad
cmy. died yesterday from tho effects of
an operation. Ho wa3 born In IKS.
GLASGOW, Nov. 12. Georgo Lenox
Watson, the yacht dcslgnor, who has for
some time past been 11). died at his resi
dence' In this city today of heart disease.
Hurrah for the victory and Join tho
crowd Tuesday, November 15, on the
Salt Lake Rdufe special train from the
south. Big Republican ratification at
Salt Lake City. Seo any agent Salt
Lake Rout, ,
France Believes Time
Diplomatic Callers at French
Forejgn Office Are So
Italian Embassador in Paris Has
Been Making- Inquiries Among
PARIS, Nov. 12. The reports of con
templated mediation In the war In the
far East have again made It plain that
France does not consider the time op
portune to exert Influence singly or
Jointly to Induce Russia to make or ac
Efforts Will Be Futile.
At the same moment that the rumoro
were circulating in various capitals
that France Intended to act, M. Del
carse, the Foreign Minister, was point
ing out to diplomatic callers that efforts
at mediation would be futile, when
one of the Embassadors sounded the
Minister on France's Intentions-.
Denied by Tornielli.
Count Tornielli, the Italian Embas
sador, has been malting- Inquiries among
bin colleagues concerning the prospecty.
of terminating the war, but these have
indicated no definite steps In any quar
ter. Count Tornielli specifically denies
a printed report that a courier from
the Italian cabinet has arrived In Paris
for the purpose of Inducing France to
take up the work of mediation.
The Russian embassy and Japanese
legation have also given out statements
discouraging mediation. The former said
the attitude of the Russian Government
regarding all propositions for mediation
remains unchanged. If any proposi
tion Is made It will be courteously but
resolutely declined. The Japanese Min
ister said that any peace overtures
must come from the other side.
Impossible to Hold Conference.
The Tempf) (seml-ofilclal), dlecusslng
the American proposition for the reas
sembling of The Hague peace confer
ence, says It has reason to believe that
the Russian Government, while dis
posed to participate In another meeting,
will respond that It Is impossible to
hold a conference during the duration
of the war.
The paper also asserts that Count
Lamsdorff, the Russian Foreign Minis
ter, understood that the American prop
osition excluded the Idea of a meeting
pending the war, and It Is surprised
to learn that a meeting Is contemplated
during the war.
On the other hand, the Agence Russe,
claiming semi-official connections, sayo
that Russia has accepted the Ameri
can proposition In principle.
FREIGHT RATES WILL BE
CHEAPER TO SALT LAKE
Speciul to Tho Tribune.
MODENA. Nov. 12. W. P. Cook of
Good Springs, Nev.. passed through hero
yesterday en route to Mllford. Mr. Cook
said as soon as the San Pedro was ready
to do business all of tho oro at Good
Springs and vicinity, which has been
shipped to El Paso, would be sent to Salt
Lake, on account of tho big saving in
freight. Good Springs Is eight miles from
tho San Pedro and oro can be transported
to the railroad for ubout $5 per ton, and
for about J4 more It could be sent to the
emcltera at Murray and Mllford.
Good Springs Is destined to become quite
a place, from present indications, as Wil
liam M. Slantz has sold to Eastern capi
talists the townslte, whose internets aro
looked after by W. H. Wilson of Provo.
J. V. Brooks passed through hero yester
day en route to Callente. He is expecting-
to put a larger forco of men to work
at the mines nnd Is shipping 7000pounda
of supplies for tho camp.
Miss Ruth DeFrolz, who has been vis
iting at Copper Gulch with relatives, has
Mrs. Ilattlo Knight is in Salt Lake on a
Deputy. United States Revenue. Collector
Stuart passed through hero yesterday en
route to St. George.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adams of Provo were
passengers on tho St. George stage to
day. A. C. Thomstoff of Salt Lako passed
through here yesterday en route to St.
STOOD IN BARE FEET.
Lexington Chief of Police Arrests
Salvation Army Leader.
LEXINGTON. Ky., Nov. 12. By or
der of the Chief of Police, Miss Minnie
Johnson was arrested. She stood with
the Salvation Army In bare feet despite
the frigidity of the weather. No charge
has been placed against her.
Chief Reagan expressed the opinion
that It was a discredit to the city to per
mit a woman to stand on the streets in
bare feet. When questioned, she stated
that she had discarded shoes at the
command of a voice from heaven, which
X On the Pacific Slops, t
BAKER CITY, Or., Nov. 12. A fire
which started In Brown's tullor shop to
day destroyed tho shop and tho Miller
hotel adjoining. Loss, S00O; insurance,
EUGENE, Or., S6v. 12. Charles Alley,
who killed his partner during a quarrel
over the ownership of a keVoseno lamp, a
few weeks ago, was today convicted of
manslaughter. Alley made a strong plea
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the Salt Lake Saturday Tribune. The g
told her to imitate Christ by going
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She will be turned over to the charity
May Import Livo Stock.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 12. Mr. Finch,
the American Minister to Montovldco.
Uruguav. reports to tho State department
that tho restrictions against the Importa
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Into Uruguay will be removed, and that,
pending the preparation and promulga
tion of tho decree by tho Government,
thcro will bo no objection to cattle being
imported Into the country. ,
Blight's Disease and
Law Offices of
Henley & Costcllo.
San Franclaco. Nov. 7, 1904.
To the legal profession of Utah:
I was a witness to the following;
Two years ago Professor Tost of Palo
Alto, who was In an extreme condition
due to Brlght's Disease, came to my
office with his physician (who had
Diabetes) to meet a party who claimed
cures had been discovered for these
fatal diseases?. The fact9 cited were as
tounding and both went on the treat
menL To the amazement of us all, both
recovered, and the physician Is now
using the treatment In his practice.
Learning that my old law partner,
Judge R. R. Blgelow, had Brlght's Dis
ease, and that his case was looked upon
as hopeless by his physicians, I told him
of It. It resulted In his complete recov
ery. As to the curability of Brlght's
Disease and Diabetes. I have no more
doubt about It than that I am living.
The above refers to Fulton's Com
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Brlght's Disease and Diabetes-.
F. J. Hill Drug Co. Is the local agent.
Send for pamphlet.
When to suspect Brlght's Disease
weakness or lossof weight: puffy ankIo3,
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