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III . 10 .'THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1912. . sgt ;
I; BIO HMD ATIEfS
(Continued from Page One.)
Republicans iu Utah were cryinjr out
that the panic f nS9." uas tho result
of a Democratic administration, yot
nine-tenths of tho Democrats at Utah
in ISflfi bad voted for !i continuance
of a Democratic national administra
Brigham It. Jfobcrts contrasted tho
candidates of the various parties J'or
president. Theodore Roosevelt, be said,
vrs a man of -wonderful energy, of
creat moral nud physical courage, of
wide experience in public Hfo, of large
adventure, capable of rcmarkablo in
sitbt into political questions, and of a
forceful presentation of the issues. The
objections to Theodore Roosevelt as a
candidate, Mr. Roberts said, were that
bo bad aheady ample opportunity dtir
iuc hifi lerm of ollioc to play tho part
nf a reformer when tho evil? against
T,bich he is wow inveighing were crv
imr as loiidlv for remedy as I hey :'re
now and tb.it Colonel Roosevelt a can
dida'ev violatc.l a very important and
wM-v wist' tradition that limited tbo ol
fioc'of wetudent to two terms.
Mr. Taft, he .'aid, wa3 a most honor
ablc American citizen, and that if bon
cstv and siuceritv of purpose were the
onl'v refuiiies for the presidency T.be
president v.-ould merit; :i second term.
His oh jet ion? to Mr. Taft. worn that
be had" given bis pledge to the Amen
can people to revise the tariff down
ward, and had brokeu faith with the
Replies to Senator Smoot.
.Mr. Roberts then took up the person
ality of fiovernor Wilson. Ho quoted
Senator Smoot 's Midvalo speech rcJa
:ive to Woodrow Wilsou.- la quoting
the speech Mr. Roberts remarked that
the quorntton u he would givo it was
not nearly fo rare a treat as to have
heard the senator himself deliver a po
litical address, lie referred particular
ly lo that portion of Senator Snioot's
speech in which the senator ha id that
to receive ;i pension was but one degree
removed from the workhouse and that
an applicant for a pension was an ap
nlicant for alum. Mr. Roberts suggested
thai he had always regarded a pension
ns Mjme sliuht recognition of high serv
ice rendered. .Mr. Roberts said that the
senior M?n:ilnr's opinion might bo CU'
liahtcuiug to honorable pensioners in
Raps Smoot Organ.
The sDcake.r then enllcd attention to
I the at tar kit on Governor Wilson pub
lished dailv in the rierald-Rcnuldican
luade Ijv a ''nondescript Park, who
emerged from oblivion to attack Gov
ernor Wilson." Tn spire of denial fov
Governor Wilson, the paper, he declare),
eontinued to piiut the attacks. Salt
Lake, he declared, bad the bad distinc
tion of having the only paper which, iu
spite of Governor Wilson f disclaimer,
continued to mint this absurd falsehood.
He tfaen' I old of the acts of Governor
Wilson d urine his life lime, which, he
said, more eloquently than words gave,
tbejic to the attack
..Not only was the tonyuc of slander
. waggiuir. said Mr. Roberts, relative to
his position with regard to educational
affairF. but likewise with roferenco to
' . his position on organized labor.
Labor for Wilson.
Mr. Roberts called attention to the
fact that the. federated unions of New
York over the signatures of the heads
of all of the New York unions had
appealed to orgauixed labor to support
Governor Wilson because of what he
had done for organized labor in Xow
.Terse.y. Mr. Roberts then detailed the
'accomplishment! of Mr. Wilson as gov
ernor of his rttate. lie closed with a
refcienco to Goenror Wilsou accept
ance speech, which be said .was an ad
dress that, as a clear aiid comprehen
sive discussion of great public ques
tions, had never been surpassed iu the
history of the republic aud ucver
' ouualJed save by . .the .i ouugur.ul ad--n
dresses, of Thomas Jefferson and'Abra-
HB bam Lincoln.
BB , M. K. Wilson, who closed the incot-
HH iui. spoke briefly, outlining' a few of
the reasons why he. had .changed re
H cently from, the Republican to the
Bb Deniorratie party, lie diji-usi-ed th
HM candidacies of Taft and Roosevelt ami
Bjfl told why he was supporting Wilson
M this vear, ami why otner .Republicans
shoubl support Wilsou,
HI "When it Avas announced that Gnver-
H '. nor AVilsun's address was to be read
1 Mens Club of St. Pauls -Church Enjoys Banquet
Scene at Tablos in Moxuni Hotol.
Photo by Wiggins & Frost.
George F. Goodwin, A. L.
Thomas and Bishop Spald
THE regular monthly banquet and
meeting of the Men's" club of
Sj. Raul's church. -which took
place at the Moxum hotel
Tuesday evening, was one of the
most successful of the season. About
sixty members were seated at the ta
ble. The aim of the club is-to have
well-known ami experienced public
men deliver addresses on topics of pub
lic inlerr-;-!. at. each meeting.
Last Tuesday tho speakers were
former Judge George l (Joodwin, who
spoke, on the subject. "Tbo Recall of
.judicial Decisions;" former Governor
Arthur L. Thomas, who directed hia re
marks in a. controverting direction to
the arguments presented by Judge
Goodwin, and Bishop 1'. S. 'Spalding,'
whose theme was "Is the Church W'orth
All Ihrco addres.-es. proved unusually
interesting, aud. the subjects! were
handled with a skllf characteristic: of
the respeetivo speakers. The club will
meet once each month throughout; the
fall and winter.
there was prolonged applause. Will G.
Jrarrell then read, tho address.
Time to Decide.
Governor Wilson's address In full Is as
Friends and Fellow Ci linens Wo
dtand feo to face with a. :jrcat de
cision, a, decision which wiq affect
the whole course of our uaLlomil life
nud our Individual foi tunes through
out Ihe next peneratloii. Wo must
I THIS FAVORITE REMEDY
1 n2ver PP0'"15-
a p ALL DRUGGISTS AND I
make that decision on Urn fifth of
Xovcinhcr. H cannot ho nnutpoucd.
! cannot vote without maklnc it.
and If we dn not ote those who do
will mnho It for na. Thi nc.t four
years w ill determine how we arc to
solve the jticstlun of the tariff, the
qui.'Sl Ion ot the trusts, the question
of tluj reformation of our whole
hanking and currency system, the
eoif.scrvalion of our natural re.iour cm
and of tins health ;md vigor of our
people, the development of our moans '
of transportation. (h: rlcbl applica
tion of our scientific kiiovvledKe-v.to
the work and hculthful prosper! tj- of
our whole population, whether In tho
fields or In tho factories or In mo
mines, iho firm establishment of a '
foreign pulley based upon Justice and
goo(i will rattier than upon mere com
ineiclai exploitation and the selfish
intercsds of a narrow circle in ruiao
clers etemllng their enterprises to
the ends of the earth, and the ex
tension of the assistance of th" srov
ernnienl lo Ihoso mnnv prosraimne.i
of uplift and betterment to which
some of the best niinds of our ao
have turned with wise hope and
Much to Be Done.
There is niueh to h? done, and II.
must be dono In the rishl spirit aud
in the risht way. or It will deepen
ur troubles, not relievo them, 'i'lm
lariff ue.alioti must be solved in (ho
interest of those who work and spend
and plan an) struggle, those who are
finding a foothold and working out a
career, those who touch tho sources
of strength ami are quick with the
pulse of u common life, for tho rano
of "Ihe power that tills the flelda
and bulldM the rlties" and not for the
tfiiko of apodal group: of men who
dominate and control their fel)ow
and regard the toll of millions or men
merely as an opportunity to mako us;
of their established advantage. It
must bo handled very prudently, so
that no honest toil may he Inter
rupted, no honorable or useful enter
prise disturbed; must bo dealt with
by slow .stages bf well considered '
change change whoso object shall
be to restore and broaden opportun
ity, and destroy nothing but special
privilege and unwholesome control.
Those who handle If. therefore, must
be men who understand the general
interest and have devoted themselves
to suning it without fear or favor.
To Destroy Monopoly.
The trust question must be dealt
with in tho .v. me. way with this dis
tinct and single programme, u ip'
Btroy monopoly and to leave business
inlaci, to give those who conduct
enterprise no advantage except that
which comes by ofllelcney. , energj
and sagacity, thoso only fountains
of honorable, wealth, every man re
warded according to his Insight and
enterprise and .service, hia mastery
in an open field. Currency and
banking questions must bo discussed
and settled In Ihe Interest of those
who use credit, produce the crops,
manufacture the goods, and quicken
the commerce, of the nation, rather
than In the interest or the banker
and tho promoter and Ihe captain of
thianee, who if set off by theniselvet;
in the management of such things,
too eally lose sight even of their
own Intimate and Inseparable rela
tion to the general needs and In
terests of tho rank and file, Forest:;
nniht b renewed: and the mines and
water courses must be husbanded
and preserved, as if we were trus
tees for all general Inns, not merely
for our own, for the sal:o or com
munities am) nations and not mere
ly for the Immediate use of llmse
who hasten to enlarge, their enter
prises ajid think only of their own
prolllK. The government must em
ploy Its powers and spend Its money
to develop a whole people and a.
whole continent, and at "the fwinio
time heap them free and alert and
unhampered. Its eye always on the
common use and purpose. Its thought
constantly of what will happen lo
the average man and of what will
be prepared for the next genera
tion. Foreign Policy.
We must consider our foreign pol
icy upon (he same high principle..
We have become a powerful mem
ber of the great family of nations.
The nations look to lis for stainlnrds
and policies worthy nf America.
We must ahapf. our i-vvvw: of action
lie the maxim of justice and Hhcr
.llliv and good Wl'l, t 111 flic nf Hie
n gl(". of mankind raWicr than of
the progre.-K of this or that invest
ment, of the proic'tinn of Ameri
can honor and the advancement of
American iilcala rather than always
of American contracts, and lift our
diplomacy to tio levels of what the
best minds have planned for man
kind. We must devote the power
or the. government to the service of
Ihe in co and think at every turn
of men and women and children, of
the moral life and physical force and
spiritual betterment of those, all of
those for whom Wi- profess, to have
set government up.
Says Republicans Lacking.
None of these high things can be
done, because none of I hem can be
conceived, from the point of view of
those who at present exercise power
ever us at Washington, No calab
II 'lied policy of (he ncpiiblican party
can be used for such ends. "The
black magic of campaign funds"' can
not work these miracles. The gov
ernment at Washington haa not in
half a generation been conducted
from (lie point of view or by the
counsel of the nation as a whole, but
by the advice and with the con
sent of those who have extorted spe
cial favors from It. a very .mial! num
ber of persons with their own ob
jects constantly In view. It may bo
unconscious of I heir selfishness, cer
tainly unconscious of Ihe Interests Of
ihe Vast majorities) whom I hoy ig
nored In their scheme of prosperity.
Tho great task that wails to bo doiie
can be done only by a free govern
ment - with Its eye upon the whole
People, and such a government we
have not hail since the Dlnglcy and
Aldrlch tariffs began to he built up
favor by favor and trusts began to
multiply under the very prohibitions
of the law. The Republican party is
irretrievably committed and bound to
go in the very opposite direction from
that in which release and freedom He
ll has become a party of special
points of view.
The cniintr.t has alreaGv perceived
this. Kverywhcre there has been a
steadily gathering revolt by the vot
ers. -Tweuly-siv of the forty-eight
state governments arc now under
Democratic executives. In the legis
latures of the forty-eight states the
Democrats outnumber the Ilepnblic
ii lis by a majority of 200. "Seven!. v
Ibree of Ihe 120 chief cities if the
country have Democratic mayor?.
There are now 2"7 Democrats in the
national house of representatives and
only UU Republicans. The tide gath
ers iu greater and greater volume.
July tho presidency and the senate
lift their heads a little above It. those
citadels or power which the constitu
tion makes it hardest for the "peo
ple's majorities to capture and oc
cupy. Until these arc taken, the great
task will halt and wait, Ihe great
task or putting the government at
the service of the people.
Shall we not move forward lo the
final conquest'' An organized, united,
and enthusiastic force stands ready,
the only united and militant force lo
which the people can turn with any
prospect that they will be served,
promptly, effectively and upon a clear,
principle of action the great Demo
cratic party, now at last solid ami or
Paints Glowing Picture.
To l( all who are full of hope and
of the vigor IIihI makes tomorrows
arc Hocking the young men of the
nation, the noble and devoted wo
men who wish to see better days
for their children and for all who
are oppressed, the. men who never
grow old but always press for wan I
lo enterprises or the new ago, all who
desire free opportunity and love Ihe
public course I hat Is just and rizht
rous and quick with the hopes or
A great peopl" is turning its face
lo the light, not desiring a revoln.
Hon. hut loving the right and de
termined to set It up, wisely, tum
perately, honorably, .with prudence
and patient debate, not In Irritation
or In hafite, but like men. not like
It Is a great day and propitious
one. Thy responsibility Is ours, and
we shall assume II. knowing what
It means. The decision of the II ft.lt
of November will usher In. If wo bo
true, a new day of coiilldencc, free
dom and prosperity II. will be no
nlgg.irdlv triumph of a parly or a fac-
. lion, but the triumph of a pcopl.
The Democratic parly will be. not
the selfish victor, but Ihe trusted'
instrument, ami the years that fol
low will test every principle of the
great republic. God grant we shall
be worthy to prevail.
Bull Moosors in County.
An exceptionally en! busiastlc Progres
sive rallv was held esterday at o'clock
In the afternoon at Draper. Urlghaui
Clegs. Parley P. Cbrlsienscn. .1. .1. Can
non and O. II. Hewlett spoke. The Pro
gressives held a boosters' excursion
Ihioughout the county yesterday, visiting
.Mldvalc. Murray and" Sandy.
Joseph Appeals to Friends.
JJarrv S Joseph is sending letters to
his nopubliean friends throughout the
state urging them to write his name upon
the ballot as a candidate for congress.
Mr. .Joseph eplnlns that in case Jacob
Johnson is elected to congress he wishes
to be In a position lo contest ills election
and therefore calls on his Republican
friends to scratch the name of Jacob
Johnson on the ballot and write in the
name of Harry Joseph.
Wilson and. Spry Lead.
A straw vote at .lame:; Uothwell's bar
her shop 111: past week resulted as fol
lows: Wilson. IU; Taft. ;l7; Roosevelt, 3.";
Spry, 61: Tolton, 2.': Morris. IS.
Sutherland to Speak.
Senator Oeorge Sutherland will, ad
dress a meeting at Moose hall this
evening on the "Umployers' Liability
and Laboring Men's Compensation Act."
now before congress. Everybody invited.
There will be held in the Eighteenth
ward chapel, beginning at 0:30 o'clock, a
special song service and Dickens even
ing. II. S. ICnslgn and George D. Pyper,
a double quartette and the Eighteenth
ward choir will furnish special music.
P.ret Hartc's poem. '''Dickens In (Jamp."
will be. read by Miss Maud May Uahcock.
and a sketch. "In Dickens's Land." will
be given by Mr. II. O. Whitney.
Actors to Be Assigned.
The Mich School Dramatic club, or
ganized this fall, will hold their tryouls
tomorrow afternoon in room 1.". There
are many competitors for the different
parts and the Judges are expected to
find selections difficult. The parts will
'Oo assigned according to the merit of
reading.' hv a committee of teachers not
Financier Burned to Death.
ST. LOriS. Nov. One num. w. C.
Douglas, a local llnancier, was burned lo
death and twenty other persons were in
jured, three receiving fractured skulls
In a Hre that destroyed tho Berlin hote'l
after midnight this morning. One hun
dred and llfty guests of Ihe e-clnsivo
family hotel were forced to fio In their
night clothes or Jump from windows.
Thrco Killed in Explosion.
NOTM-'OLIC, Va., Nov. 2. -M. P. Iloran.
U. M. Wagner and II. W. Cramer, three
tlremen on tho battleship Vermont, were
so badly scalded when the bend of a
holler blow out that they de(j i0(.,v on
the hospital ship Solace.
Three others weiv injured, but not
seriously. Their names are: ,j. y,,
Nwberry, M. W. Green and C. K. Ilotcl-ing-
Dctcctivcs on Watch.
NKW VOHK. Nov. 2 --Half a do;:cn de.
teetives from police headquarters wore
detailed today to meet all trains from
Chicago arriving hen. tins afternoon to
sea.! eh for the four gunmen said to bo
coming t take the life of District At
torney" Whil man
CHARLES S. TINGI5Y TO
1-llfAD NEW BANK
Charles S. Ting-oy, present socrotary
of stale, is slate) lo become cashier of
tho new Stockg-rowers & Farmers bank,
according- to a report, ycslcrday. Tho
promoters of the new bank say that
it will be opened about January 1.
Mr. Tinjfoy was cashier of a. bank in
Xetihi before heinj: elected to the of
fice of secretary of state ami has htnl
considerable experience in that kind
I of work.
Wireless Works Well.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2. Radio waves
flashed bv the station of the American
naval buse at Guaniananio. Cuba, ca.me
"strong" to the new naval station at
Arlington. Va.. today.
out of ml
of Stock in the Lo1
mont was made tbwt',
PtanJnnl Oil inrerCI I ffl
Henry Clav Picrc9 , jBLjr,
cndin2 rto HtlBartoaiJmA
the cu'.m for sorn. tun,
before, a coamiisW.
soug-.it to o'.tst the PtiaJKll
; JtrnI' r'l!rc Hio'Jrae,!
acquires all t ho V.ock ',8
1'icrce Oil r.onlSlo? Cl?
ry M. Hazier, .lnbn SEmji
t he holding or , 0, o;
and tho Lolaing of ID. tfSRft
otLrT1 thnL l $mf
balers l'1?;ve oil nuiiWk
.ai,l per fchiir was vc IvMU
though it is iinjerjiooi
OOu was involved. Brit?
Awiorneeinea f .j., Jwri
V .-tiers Pierre in:
IS CALLED ByWv!
lohn A. Vro';irv?v1t
prominent b'tFi"!'.' trsn of liH
of tphoi! fever a iiJX
vostrnlav. M-. TMr.; mBM1
I by a widow, tb'e.; Iq'-.'MI &
daughter?. ;.: iviDp 'Mkfy
broi hers arc ip ia 'ir. Sie
cue iu Union and oti ic IBie
Undertaker S. M. Ta7ar.tL
shipped to Union or ;g jjfl ,
CHICAGO. Nov. 2.--lrKfkl
of Kins Mcnes p?k ecn rffiHLwJf
llasheii oriontal mutciim o
?lty f t""ill-3CO. U T.'1 ISSflV'
btit It Is defacpd to a; t$-aP"jv
llieniiciix i-iunftlon1. P?'
Tin- p.'ifirsa r't iMP
wlii'-h was : tolen from tin sMfe
Janua1-. was found burirf aUyfo
near the univershv huIHIcjt'MCjj
Go7omi3icut Drops CP
W A Si 1 1 NGTON. Nov.
menl' case agiilast SOfbhBj
phllurielphla. Indicted foraWWJ
Aitbur 7d. Travcr?. fonwBp
assistant poatmaster tnntLK
lK-zz'.eineat of valuablfj ttiqftj
pnstofflce department. wulBF
dav b.v th 1'nlteil ?U!ieA
consent of the -ou:. nBV
Two Officers aaiMi-
KIKIi. fJermaay Kor
T'ommander Jacohiin and PB;
Pncbs were killed ar.rl LW.wK.
srlouslv injured today )7 titflr1
of a ea mine dnrln? pn-ctWBr
belonced to The eruiaer Torit y
OVERWORKED IN UTAH AND M
ABANDONED IN OTHER STATO
Republican Organization SuppofBR
Wilson in California, ProgiwjlR
sives for Him in Idaho U
Utah Republicans arc overworking their calwuiJjjP
cr in the last days of the campaign. M
They hold the obsolete "free trade'' bugaboo
voters and try to scare them into the "Republican
It, won't work any more. The people -have foWtl
1-hat it is only a seareuiw used before elections
voters I'rom encroaching on the special privileges of Wj31
Free trade is not an issue in the campaign; ttfMjJjji
tenet oL; Democratic faith.
Democrats believe in a. tariff for government
and have always stood for it. jBfifc
TJopublicans know this but resort, to deception' MS
In California the regular .Re publican committee V
sued an .tiddrcss udvisiug Republicans to vtc for I
bocaiifse there arc no Taft electors on the ticket.
They are not afraid of "Wilson or of his tartJJ
They prefer Wmi to Roosevelt although "Roosevelt B'Kj
Tn Idaho and other slates the Progressives,
elci-toral ticket, are advising members of their paf
They ,.,a. not afraid of Wilson or his tariff PQ,1Jp
Taft ks a tnrifi:-l.'or-trust.s leader. mC '
To intelligent people this is an actual ""jJ'JBj
the falsity and sham of the free-trade. Iiurd-l"n 3R
used so often by "Republican writers and orators 0
What do Ihe people think of a Vnil"! S,afiS,W,
who would deliberately Iry 16 delude them ffii M J
worn-utit searee'roAv? JwL
Isn't it about time he discovered that the l)fK J!
intelligence to appeal lo? jM