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- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 312
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4Iate of Cuban Conserv
Sps Carries Every Prov-
ince bul Que.
VBff Genera Marie Mcuocal and
JjBfJorft Verona, the Conservative
'Xic tor tho presidency and vico
"X Kcv, anil for tho re.it of tho Con
'WPe' ticket for tbc exocntive of
Bt' lhe riilian republic, nppcura to
?ftKr confirmed by tlic rottirna rc
StoJay. El Triii nfo, tlio adniiuis
imMorsi, continued, however, to
inJlfcat Alfredo Znyas. the Liberal
t"mte, bas hcen elected.
.M is practicallv no doubt that thc
?Bitivca carried all tho provinces,
llimt possible exception of Matun
:& ln oino places the vote was
isBy cJorC. Tho Liberals appear
JltMwrrird only a few municipali-
Re smnll town of .liguani in
ciW lro ince, a partisan clash ro
itaKn tbo destruction of the regis
Htjist;, rendering tho election iur-
aKaf'svana one man was shot and
Sfiurinp an election dispute, but
it conflict occurred here.
MiHfol confidence is felt here thin
cMII be uo disorder, but as a pre
3fcn' meiiMirc the military occupa
2Havana probably will continue
Jer power right
VBilNGTON, N'ov. 2. All pintles
-n.Ld in thc KOv;rnment regulation
WtBroter pov.'cr rlglitfi on public tlo
tie gl;ii nn opportunity to nlr
fcHeKs at a licarlni; beforo Sccre
'Jkhtr November IS.
rlVepartW" already has forimi
ypjlatlonM for Rovornlncr lliosc
J7Tut all concerned. Including tho
.jMlr power companion, will bo Riven
Vilty to make llniil sug&fcatlons at
Bk later Secretary Klwlicr will
ilFlhe Unnl hcnrlng In the HeU-h-rKvplley
?l Steamer Escnpos Injury.
?. K;aN' Dfil, Sl'K. Nk. Nov. A
n .dlfpateh from Acapulso nays tho
ft! Wall Rtcamcr City of Panama had
itlierc v.itltoui suffering Injury
X- t hurrlcniin.
sen Iron lighters which were sunk
M (mrbor by the hurricane are he-
V and Valuable Book on
le Subj 3ct of
ipg Noises In the ifead
'one n 'r.nl liah b omlng deaf
jliblO' Willi t'"H( ini.-orallr iioIhch
lirnd. w li "a an s.i often allied
ftifK, no .crlii. In vain l'-i a
faMI Uiilci-strxw hunk upon flu
itlmt Is ."o all Important to hhn.
'Jtet ln nearer than .the pm cnnso
dral work. mI.I.-Ii Is fo loi-hplcal
ifaniiot. It mulct-Mood,
set a lout-Mi want, an ab- phyy-UPiiorlv-
a rr.nui merikm m-iimiv
t of N, t(i i,h written a
,ln shnpln iif.ii tani;iiagc. cv
.tlcafup and h ad-iinlHi-ji. show
' t'ir 1poIoi. hyu Insidiously
mm nr it. r;nib"B, and. best of
blU'I.m of a Iionir trciiiiiipnt whh h
itfCl Hip M,K r IfgiyllK of
of all licet who thought llicy
ni ti iHHtius dcafncH.
0l; jyiiuti! out the way to better
ml lo rlnddllv of mind. In-Mudlnc
lliHtlnii of ikivouh trouble. Tho
HOIils Unit over nlue-tc-nths of all
r or iiffneKH arc auienabli: to Ihc
!kuble fiina are beltiK rc)Orted
Mrons wpn. leBf for ,nii
m V "1",i,Inrd hope,
m. ii "J" ,vcrv '"'"CHthi)? ueatlso
m.ilM fror ,n UI.nn,R r. n,e
fii ..'c,8, 1' I'liitaiil. sia. v:.
CftJuHc. .S Y. lAdviM-llHotncnt.)
MiS FINE FOR
fc of Catarrh Victims Havo
m? ,Booth'B HYOMEI With
-m Wonderful RcBults.
Jb Thi.s pietiire jhows
Jm i inp littl" Jiard rubber
Wk "VOMEI inhaler, tho
If own ono you
H fnn cet a bottl" of II Y
JEM X?A I Hqnld) for only
Kff 'f von do not own
oue, $1.00 will secure
CA or a complete out-
tf'lflH includinjT inh;iler.
i'H And now you havo in
;KH Vu"r I'st5Cfsion some-
'Sm tnirC that has banished
HMI n.")ro c;,HeS "f catarrh
Mm X mx. tho vatarrh
H "pecialtioM on earth.
9 .'"at breathe HYO-
'31 MKK-thnl's all vnu
tVH i V lo do -no stomach
iM doKiuc The hoothine.
nciiimjr ;,jr pI(!,B(,5 ovcr
.JJH 4'. iiilhtmod mnmhrane,
1 kilhi tho ueruiH and
.'K hnils the inllammation.
11 guaranteed to
lE r1,011'' "i"1 fold, or
I,'fitrib,,t-,1 by Schramm-
SBVrc PS' nni1' d
11Y9Ml"'1 . fptonounco it
:C ' ' AiiMrallan Kucalyptus
Kq or n,,l.an,'?ppti?f- U enntains
ZiWt' or,hcr injurious druus.
iM . '
You Should Have
Seen the Pimples
But Now Her Face Is thc Fairest
of thc Fair, Due to Stuart's
it, o n,Dy
o iiHter when Stuart s Calcium Valer3
clear the face of every Pimple, spot and
b emlslj And even if you haven't dlm
plep. the clear. transpaTent skip of a
healthy. Calcium Wafer complexion Is
more radiant than the deft touch of an
artlRt to th most exqulslto water color.
Stuart a Calcium Wafers act directly
upon the sweat glands of tlin akin, since
their mlHKlon Is to stimulate the excre
tory ducta. They do not create pernplra
tlon. but eauBfc the akin to breathe out
vigorously. Uiuh Irnnafonnlpg pernplratlon
Into a gaHtoiiH vapor. The calcium sul
phide of which thoHo wafers arc com
posed, consumes thc germ poisons In tho
sweat gluncls and pores, hence the blood
makes a new. smooth skin In a surpris
ingly short time.
You will never he ashamed to look nt
yourself In a mirror, once von use
Stuart's Calcium Wafer?. Nor will your
friends give you that hinting look, as
much as to say for goodness sake, get
rid of those pimples.
There Is no longer any excuse for any
one to have a face dlsilgured with skin
eruptions, when It is s-o easy to get rid of
them. Simply get u box of Stuart's Cal
cium Wafers at any drug store and take
them according to directions. After a
few days you will hardly recognize your
self In thc mirror. The change will de
light you immensely. All blemishes will
All druggists sell Stuart's Calcium
Wafers at 50 cents a box.
MORTTAGUE SEES i
(Continued from Pago One.)
bv 1 00.000. is doubtful in an unpreju
diced view. While there is much Roos
evelt sentiment in tiift Jiunins districts,
the Democrats arc holding flioir own
in Chicago, where most of the voters
an. Hooscvelt. will absorb perhaps 00,
oossiblv 7o per cent of tho Taft vote,
but that will not i'vo bini the state.
Mis candidate for governor. Funk, is
weak ii ml the attacks tho x'oloucl mado
on Donecn didn't do him any jood. L01
ward l' Dunne, the Democratic candi
date for trovernor. is very popular and
has a cood chance
Tho lanule in Wisconsin is such that
nobmlv dares inako any prophecy about,
it. La Toilette is out 'after Roosovolt's
scalp and will take part, of his follow
ini' with liim. sending them probably
In Wilson. Tho Taft people- are sup
porting Karri, the Democratic nominoo
for governor, and will vot.o for "Wilson
if I hoy think TJoosovelt has a chance
in thc slalo McfJovcrn. the IJopublican
candidate, who lias declnrod for Roosc
ell. has the best chance of election.
Minnesota Democrats arc making a
hard light for first place and will get
it if the Taft people throw any strength
in Wilson. Otherwise "Roosevelt, run
ning awav ahead of Taft. -will get tho
twelve doctoral vots of thc state.
Outlook in Iowa.
In Iowa. Senator Ciimluing. vrho will
voto for "Roosevelt, believes that Wil
son will carry tho state. So docs Lafc
i'ountr. editor of tlm Dos Moines C'npi
in 1 , and an ardent standpatter. The
Progressives havo a great strength, but
it lacks organization, the loaders are
not strong men and Iho cundidatc. for
vnveruoi a drag on thc ticket.
Misitouri went for Taft bv only 539
votes four vnarp ago and tncro soenie
lo bo no possibility that i. will not go
for Wilson this year, with the- Bull
Mooscrs taking awav great blocks of
Taft otcs. In Kansas C'ity and its
ueiehborhood Iho Bull Moofio.vote, is
pnrlicularlv Mrong and there ib plenty
of it in and around St. Louis. Xo gov
ernorship or senatorial tight befogs thc
issue, which is a straight thrce-coruorcd
fight. II may bo that Taft will t run
scrond in Missouri, but it wouldn t bo
a gilt-edged hot.
"Michigan, another manufacturing
dat is" full of progressive sentiment
and the Hull Moose lenders are very
confident. Thev even assert that thc.V
will get half of Ihc Democratic vote as
well a? two thirds of tho Republican,
but with this view tho Democrats takn
direct issaio. Edward Shiolds, tho Dem
ocratic slate chairman, says ho has defl
uilo information that no inroads arc
being mad? in the' Democratic ranks
and Ihc state will go for Wilson by a
Close in Pennsylvania.
Anone who can get any prophecy
out o'f tho political chao3 in Pennsyl
vania will gain the respect and admira
tion of all the. old leaders, who are
dumbly awaiting to sec what if. goiug
The anli-Penroso vote, which has
been built up vutlv by thn revelations
in tho Standard Oil letter in Hearst 'e
magazine, has killed tho hope of Tnft
running second. The Roosevelt strength
howover. is divided. Tho Democrats
arc getting a lot of it.
Tho Roosevelt strength is weakened
bv opposition to Bill Plinn. the. Taft
sfrcuglh by opposition to Penrose. And
if the Democrats pit tight nud poll their,
own vote, their chances of carrying the
state are excellent.
In New York Wilson's chances aro
founded on tho loynlly of the Now
York city organization. There aro no
present indications that the Democratic
candidate will not have tho full sup
port of tlip. Tammany men, who refuted
to renominate Dtx solely because the
governor would have handicappd Wil
son it the state. Upstate there is
abundant Bull Moose sentiment, bur ap
parently tho Tuft j-trength has not. boon
a.s greatly impaired as in western
r.irriiig a Roosevelt laudslide. the
colouel has a fair chance of 'petting
electoral votes oiIv in Illinois. Micbi
(ran, Minnei'ota, Ohio and possibly In
diana, of the ten ptntes in question. He
will not get tboje if the Democrats hold ,
their own "d it inuot be remembered
tint while Democrats stnu,,'mes r ter
when there is no hope of winuini; thj
Woodrow Wilson's Election
. is Assured. 4
REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPERS ALL OVER
THE UNITED STATES CONCEDE IT.
Times Slave Been Rfore Prosperous Since
This Result Became a Certainty
than Ever Before in a
One of the leading brokers of Salt Lake City, a Republican, has prefaced
. his monthly letter to tho public with thc following words:
"Tbo presidential olection practically over, financial and business condi
tions throughout tho country better." " i
That is-thc feeling every where, and times have been brighter, money cas-!
icr and trade more lively than ever before in a presidential campaign.
Why! Because Woodrow Wilson is going to be tho next, president of the
United States and the Democratic part- will control the nation.
President Taft sees ruin in this cbaDge so docs every other chronic of
fice holder, and Mr. Taft has held office nearly all his life.
It may bcci backset for thc trusts; it will put a stop to tho ravages of
predatory wealth; it calls a halt on business winch has prayed upon the pa
triotism of tho people.
"But times arc good because thc people arc goiDg to have an inning they
arc going to get relief from tho systematic plucking which tbey havo suffered
for so many years under thc guise of " protection. "
Personal abuse is poor campaign policy, but every public official's rec
ord is subject to that review.
Misrepresentation of thc opposing party's pobition on public questions is
a confession of -weakness.
The people of Utah do not believe in slander, abuse or misrepresentation.
Thc Democratic party doos not believe in free trade. Tfc bolioves in a
tariff for rovenuo with thc incidental protection such a tariff affords.
Thc Democratic party has declared for a tariff to provido revenues for thc
expenses of thc government economically administered.
That means a tariff revenue for necessary expenses, but not for immod
For a half century thc Republican parly has controlled the country, having
ono branch of tho national legislature all the time and both branches, as well
as tho executivo department, most of the time.
At no time in that period were Democrats able to inaugurate a complete
policy of reform, while all that time thc Republicans had at least ono house
Responsibility is, therefore, not hard to fix.
Has the government been wisely or economically administered? Let
Senator Aldrich has been thc leader of thc Republican forces in congress for
a great many years.
Tho senators from Utah voted with him hundreds of times, or every timo
a voto was taken on any subject. Aldrich is known as tho chief of all stand
Not long ago lie said in congress: "IT T wcro permitted to do it, T would
undertake to run this government for $ii00,000,000 a vcar less than it is now
Whether that waste is duo to extravagance or incompetency, tho senator
did not indicate. But. he said that, and il will be found on page 2203 of tho
congressional record, an official administration publication.
Three hundred millions of tho pcoplo's money unnocossarily expended!
And Die people aro cajoled into putting it up, by trust "controlled news
papers making Minn believe that any reduction of tho tariff means ruin. As
well as- the American people lovo to be humbugged, it docs seem that, thoy
would got tired of responding to the call of tho cappers whoso business is- to
steer voters into tho high tariff game.
Somebody is getting rich off that unnecessary annual outlay, and tho poor,
deluded people, in the faco of such confessions as Aldrich pttl'f. in thc record,
continun to drop, their contributions in thc box which maintains bpocial intcr:
csls and tariff fed industries.
Tariff taxes may bo fixed at such a high rato that 'tho government col
lects no revenues at all from customers.
Tho government derives no tariff revenue from nrtiolos mado and sold in
this country. Only those which pass through Iho custom houso aro so taxed.
This is plain lo everybody.
But the prices which our manufacturers have been enabled to charge their
customers becauso of tariff barred competition from abroad havo mado trusts
and monopolies which aro a hundred fold more greedy tor protection tlian. wheu
thoy were really deserving "infant industries. "
It has been estimated by the tariff experts called to assist at tho prom
ised revision that American consumers pay, not lo tho government', but to spe
cial interests, tho enormous sum of $b'fJ0,000.000 a year becauso of the present
Six hundred and fifty millions of dollars a year paid to protected manu
facturers, over and above a fair profit, on their product, is a considerable do
nation for tho people to make.
An equitable revision of tho tariff would save them that much, and still
tho tariff would romain as high as any legitimate interest has tbo right to
It isn't necessary lo remove thc t;riff to save tho American people eix
hundred and fifty millions of dollars every year, "but ouly to rcviyc the sched
ules. It is a well known fact that articles manufactured by protected trusts of
this country are shipped abroad at considerable expense and sold at a profit in
foreign lands for a lower price than they can bo bought for hero at home:
No sensible person disputes this fact any mere, unless ho thinks ho is talk
ing to stupid listnnorn. ,. , ,
The 5,-imi) system of cxtravagauce. oi Jonding tho iaxpayers and consumers
with unnecessary burdens, that prevails in Iho uation has permeated to local
administrations tn various parts of thc country.
The saino policy of favoring bankers aDd other special interests that, bas
actuated Mr. Taft and his party is the controlling purpose of tho state and
couniv administrations hero.
Taxpayers are tird of hearing 50 much about patriotism which merely
means profit lo favored individuals and corporations.
For almost a half century the loyaltv of tho American consumer to home
industries lias been a source of revenue to corporate interests. His patriotism
baR paid heavy tribtito lo their greed. They have capitalized his public spirit
and realized enormous fortunes from the exploitation of his manhood. t And by
boasting of his sterling manhood and patting him on Iho back for bis loyalty
to American institutions, they have been able to spur him on to renewed et
fortr, in their behalf and to keep him working and voting for their enrichment all
hjs deluded life. , , . , .
They have smothered competition, corrupted legislation and controlled thc
administration of laws in their own interest, -whilb they -waved thc flag be
fore the oyes of tho American producer and consumer, appealing to his loyalty
and lovo of homo
Such arc pome of the crimes committed in thc name of patriotism.
Tho DEMOCRATIC PARTY DOES NOT STAND FOR FREE TRADE.
It advocates a tariff for rovenuo with incidental protection.
It believes that thc benefits of protection, long monopolized by big interests,
should be passed around.
IT DEMANDS PROTECTION FOR THE AMERICAN CONSUMER AS
"WELL AS FOR THE AMERICAN FACTORY OWNER.
This is what thc groat mass oi American? want, and for (his reason Re
publicans proiiii&o it in every campaign.
It is not what tho I rusts and monopolies want, and thai, is ivhv these
promises to the people have never boon fulfilled by any Republican adminis
tration, and doubtless never will bo.
Vote tho Democratic ticket, nnd protect vour.elvo. from special intercuts
in the nation, favored bankers in thc state and dironi- tax caters hero at homo
prospect of victory unites them like
It is impossible to measure tho
Roosevelt btrength before thc ballots
havo fallen. It i? unorganized in every
slate avo New .Jersey. Part of it is
babod on opposition to Taft. part on thc
Progressive idea, part on tho poronal
itv of the colonel, -which is still great
and which was helped by thc as,"-ault on
him in Milwaukee
Tnking it on the wholo iho Roosevelt
landslido may come, but il isn't in
sight. There aro too many stone walls
to stop it, too much level ground for il
to cover. And Democratic fuoeejs i?
onlv a question of keeping tho. party to
gether and taking the electoral votes as
thov conK in from the- several ftntos.
Law Applies to Alaska.
WASHINGTON. Nov. roinmls loner
Dun!tt of the Keiieral land office today
rtdd that the rceiu legislation reduc
ing to three year the period of rMriinco
reriirMl on homent-adj Is ' operativ.i In
hipka a? well aa In the I'nlted Stat??
'pr 't Tse dr-islen established nn Im
portant pMiulple hearing on hom?te.id
lnc "ork intv undr waj m that terrl
SIXTEEN LIVES LOST
IN STEAMER WRECK
ajONTUIS.U.. Nov. 2 -Purine a slorm
last night the ft-am'r O.clllo. whi"h
pi red between Montreal and Valleyfteld.
wan hurld on the roeks and Funk at Is!
Perroi. in Ft. LouIh lake, leu mite west.
At leapt fdtron people urre drwnrd,
the lost eomprltdng men. women and chil
dren, unlv four panelist were saved,
nil men- The Ties of the people In the i
walr attracted thc attention of Alex- 1
ajider Leonard, a farmer, who put out in 1
a small bont and picked up the lour I
clinging to th- wreeknpe. g
CHICAGO, Nov. Elmer Lewlf. an
e..capod federal prisoner, who rraw,j flve
blocks through n fifteen-liu-h iron p-wr
pipe, to gt free and be, married, was
sturt'd back to port Leaveritvc-rtlt peni
tentiary In cor of detectives oter bav
ins ben taken from his bride early this
Dr. T ( . Gibson, physician, and Dr. I
W. f?. "B. Terrell, dentist, have moved 9
their oflices to Miite 910 Walker bank
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