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Pr0L-L PROVO CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, O'OHER 26, 1808. NO. 17. fl
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Hkr II. King. J. W. llurton. S.A.King.
nXR, BURTON & KINO,
H First National Bunk building, IVovo
W. M. Warner. I). p. Houtz.
ARNEIi & IIOJJTZ,
H Rooms 18, 14, J6, Union block, Provo
-r.ni'iJ & joiin,
B UiUou block, Frovo City, Utah, '
B J. I. Itawlln. R. It. Tburman.
j J. 11. aunt, ):. A. Wcilgwood.
QHrAWLIKS, TIIURMA.V, HURD &
H Hooper block. Suit Lako City; First
S'atlonal H;ink building, I'rovo, Utah.
jjHp- ' .' -i
j HpANT C. BAJLEY,
H First National Bunk bulldiog, Provo
ig I'r-'j ' " i
5 B. Office. Firht National Bauk building,
HjjLMEU K. -UOUFMAN,
B First 'National Bank building, Provo
lBj-' ' I ' 1, I I I I. I - I I
Hfr E BOOM,
B Attorncy-at-Law, and
jVj Notary Public.
eB o. 23 J Street, Provo City, Utab.
B Uooui 15, Bunk building, Provo City,
Hj)lt. GKO. E. HOniSON,
B Physician and Surgeon.
B Ofljco at resldnnco, one block cast of
H Hotel Roberts, Frovo City, Utuh.
B County Physician.
Surgeon R. G.W. Railway.
Telephone CO. OlJIco at residence,
HrOth St., but. K and L, Provo. Utnh.
H JOS. E. CltQOK,
B Foreson blopk, Payson. Utah.
B Salt Lake.
H P- W. Powers. D. N. Struup. Jos. fclpppian.
B pOWERS, STBAUP 4 LJPPMAN,
H ftuglo block, Salt Lnko City, Utnh.
I , J Provo
I . City
I (J Transfer
B MOVES EVERYTHING!
H Makes ix Slally of Household Qoods,
H' I'ianos, clB. Delivers COAL to any
Pari of tha city. My motto: '
B GEORGE WEIBEL, Prop'r.
B Ofnp; P(.yo IlArUw. A Iron Co..
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THE MOST 6UCCES8FUL MEET
ING OF THE CAMPAIGN.
Senior 3rtlio Huithcs Cannon Tol's
Why tho Ladles Should Support
Hoji. I). II. Itiibertn Hon. Moses
Thatcher Gives a Clear Exposition
flfthcBarlnpflftlio Silver Ques
tion on This Election.
An overllowlnif horso with a most
eiithuBlustlc uurilom-e greeted Rtnto
Semitor Mattlo Hughe Cintiou nd
Hon. Mosos Thatcher at tho opora
houso last JMojjdny i-vunlng. 'J'hat iho
uicctlng was a success nnd that there
was not even a llght symptom of a
"lost" even tho most ardent llfjinlill
can ndtnits. Tho drunj corps was out
during the day and In tho evening tho
constant blasts of Blunt powder kept
tho oltlzunsof Provo ;illyo to tho fact
Ibnt thocauso of tho people was to bo
expounded at tho opera houso that
evening. A largo delegation met tho
otalors at tho Rio Grando train and
they woro escortod to tho Hotel Rob
erts, wboro a rccpptlon for ladlos was
hold In honor of Mrs. Cannon. Tho
bull was most tastefully decorated and
Ilia beauty of Its arrangements well
accorded with tho cutluistusm of tho
The meeting was called to order by I
Precinct Chairman T. E. Tlmrmau,
who In a'ow we.l ohosoo words Intro
duced Senator A. O. Smoot us tho
chairman of the nicotine. Senator
Smoot in a fow felicitous words thanked
the people for p:Wt honors conferred
and congratulated them In advance on
the certainty of Dmnocrntlo vlctoiy
this full. JJu then Introduced as the
first speaker of the evening, State Sen
ator mattib iiuanr.s cannon.
Mrs. Cannon expressed pleasure at
mooting thu larjro assembly nnd at her
introduction by tho chair. She en
dorsed tho records of the Democratic
administrations In tho several counties
and partlculurjy In Sjlt Lake, whero
she Is bestucqualnted, (As for ourselves
ye may say that tho Democratic record
in Utuh county Is oven bitter than the
ndininiblo record In Suit Lake). She
spoke on tho excellence of our Demo
cratic Stuto ticket und compliuieutud
Hon. B. II. Roberts for ability mid
honesty. Xs to tho woman suffrage
question she stated that It was uow at
un en.t in Utah una urged all women
to support Roborts us ho stood upon
his platform. In reterrlug to Mr.
Robetes' domestic rolutious.which huve
received so much idling ut the hands
of tho press of tho Stutc, she statu d thu
old truth that there was no candidate
In tho United States for any ofticu but
whose every quollUeation, legal, do
mestic and intellectual, las bofcii dis
cussed und that Roberts could be no
exception. Slio said that Roberts was
ready to meet every lssuo ruUed
agulnst him and that tho womeuof
the State need havo no scruples about
giving him their support. Sho spoke
of his rise from a bumbo position to
the head of political nnd ccoleulustlcul
affairs nnd gavo thut rise us evjdeuco
of his transccndatit ability. Sho spoke
of tho liberal edueutlon received by tho
women undor suffrago aud compared
the ladies political etitcrtulnments In
Salt Luko to tboso similar In New
York, where tho women of tho nmssog
rocelved both political ami domestic
education. Sho in a fow words referred
. p the silver qut-stion and compared
the stand of tho present gold kings to
the ancient lords who held to the doc
trine that "might makes right." Sho
referred to the undent Idea of exclusion
of knowledge from tho masses and said
that, s "knowledge Is power," so dues
the growth of knowledge mean in
creased power to the people. Bho Il
lustrated tho effect upon tho people of
tio scarcity of muney duo to silver's
demonetization, and In closing paid an
eloquent tilbute to Win. J. Bryan,
whom sbo called "tho man of tho age,"
C ha! tin 'in Smoot, after saying that
there was no music because the poonlo
were out to hear fuots from tljo lips of
our able jorators, then Introduced
HON. WOGCO TnATCJIJJK,
who recalled former visits to Provo nnd
asked both utUntion nnd Bymputuy.
Ho referred to tho former speaker's
oloquent address, and said that "noth
ing is more pleaaaut to reallzo than
that Jtip women of Utah are able to
apeuk in so delightful it manner to tbo
people of Utah." Ho from personal
acquaintance with t-Iio x-undlduUis
spoke of tho county and legislative1
tickets, endowed every candidate,
thereon and urged their support. Mr. f
Thatcher then-branched out into, tie
Issues 0 the campaign, every ouji pf
which I19 stated that bo rennrdod It ns
tho duty of Democrats to discuss. Ho
relevred to tho duty of thu people nnd
of parties to support their candidates
after nomination and repealed tho
axiom, "He who cannot bo governed
ought novcr to govern othpis." The
convention Is the proper place to dls;
CU3 mpii nnd nu-aMires, and the Dem
ocratic form of government, tho high
est Torin attained In Ink world, an
design?. When tint majority of the
people havo expressed their will and
chulco, It should bo the duty nnd plea
sure of every Democrat to sustain tbo
tlokft from top to bottom. If tho peo
ple bolluvo Roborls honorable, honest,
capabloand incorruptible with gold,
and Hint he .vlll stand tbo peer of any
man In Congress, then vote for him. If
ho Is not competent, not brave, could
bo bought by gold or lovo of power,
would not be truo to the pooplo, would
not support laws to rolloyo tho people
by vot'ng to strike down tho power of
gold nnd tho concentration or power,
then don't voto for him. Ho oxprcssod
loynjly to Roborls nnd said that nil ho
had to gain was tho pleasure of advo
cating the election of an honest man,
tho nobloRt work of God. Could say
us much for Judge Buskin, and ox
prosud pleasuo that there wus now no
lluo drawn betweou Mormon and Gen
tllo Democrats. S.tld Buskin was a
man who could not be swerved by
money or Influunco from tho right.
Would us quickly decide for tho widow
ns tho rich corporation. Mr. Thatcher
then commenced a masterly exposition
of tho silver question nnd Its bearing
upon tldi campaign, und l) numerous
illustrations proved both his knowledge
of the question and the effoct of thu
money Issue upon tho people. Ho re
ferred to money as only the represent
ative of value nnd the disastrous con
sequences upon roal values of curtail
Ing the voluino of this representative.
Mr. Thatcher closed with n prophecy
that financial freedom is yet m store
for the American people, and made an
appeal to all American patriots to
serve notlco 011 the bond holders that
they must tuke their foot off tho necks
of tho people, nnd cited Win. J. Bryan
as tho present and coming great
champion of tho people's causo. At
tho close of Mr. Thatchci's address tho
meeting broko up with cheers for tho
speaker, for Bryan und for Democracy.
Tills meeting was protsbly the most
successful one which has been or will
bo held In Provo this campaign, and If
tho causo of Dcmourucy needed It, will
bo n clincher for tho coming election.
One of he well known Democrats of
Tluiic, who Is perfectly cognizant with
polities in thut section, advises us that
tho vote for Roberts nnd J,ho Dflinu
crutlc couuty ticket In Eureka will to
nt least two to one Dnmacrallc, aud In
Sliver City nnd Mammoth ut least
throe to one Dcmncrailp. Tho uilnliir
camps which produce silver have no
,iiio for tho half-way declaration of the
Statu Republican platform.
W. II. Wilson was up from Silver
City the (list of thu week. "Tug" put
In most of his lltnu talking politics.
A highly successful and enthusiastic
Democratic meeting was hold ut Pleas
nnt Grovo last Saturday evening ad
dressed by Hon. 0. W. Pcuroso nnd
Judge J. B. MUncr.
S. K. King, Republican naudldate for
precinct Justice, paid a very nleusant
call to Tiik Dkmockat yesterday.
Tho Enquirer accuses tho lodges of
Influencing Democratic nominations,
lt.is too bid they cannot say some
thing that they havo at least a little
proof for. Wo havo just as much proo'f
that thu lodges dictated to tho Repub
lican convention as tbny.lmyo that
there was any dictation from tho
lodges to tho other party. A news
paper should bo just as fair nnd honest
ju political matters ns In any thing else.
American Fork World.
Hon. W. M. Roylancc nnd wifecanio
over from Springvillo Monday evonlng
to attend tho Democratic rally.
Tho Salt Lake Trlhuno and even tho
Provo Enquirer missed at IcsSb one
political meeting which was a decided
"frost." In order thut equal and
oxact just ico shall bo done, we report
hurowlth tho Republican rally(?) at
Provo Bench last Saturday evening.
Would-be Stato Senator A. B. Walker.
Johnny Dixon and Wanls-to.be 6urr
voyor Tanner woro ndvortlsed us the
orators. 'J'ljo'picclnct chairman and
wife attcuibid on time, but nwlntt to
the delayed anlval of the evening 0
attractions wept homo. WJien tho
speakeis came on dick there was one
Pejmblleau apd np Democrat Jn at-
lendanco, Thu nrtlsod orntors and
tho Domoernt dlvx vtho time. This
Republican meotiv-nt Provo Bench
wo bollavo can Jumly bo regnrded ns 11
Tho Enquirer porpotr.itcs nn atro
city In thu way of an alleged cartoon
on what It calls tho "Court Houso
Ring." If tho llrst representation Is
tho "rlnR" now, It will bo both larger
aud strongor after the people hnvo the
opportunity to speak November 8.
Hon. S. R. Thurnmn of Provo will
speak at several points In Utuh county
ibis weok. His ofllcleut service aro
nUo In demand by the Slato commit
tee, and ho Is billed to speak next
week at various points In Suit Lake.
Weber. Cucho and Boxcldcr courtlus.
Tho Provo Enquirer says Glen Miller
wont down to Emery county yeslcidiiy
"to tulk straight Kopubllcanlhii.''
Isn't It peculiar how few counties in
tho Slnto want "straight Republican
ism" talked? "
A Republican meeting wns held at
P.tyson last night, addressed by ox
Senator Arthur Brown and Jns. Clovo
of tho Enquirer. A very slim nudlnnco
attended. Brown took care of tho
gold standard, and our own Jim trio I
to talk about Utah county llnaneus.
In his address tho latter Is reported us
making a bad break by saying: "Wo
don't want any women to administer
county affairs." In his review of thu
county ticket ho also forgot to mention
Mrs, Glndys Coombs-Shores, 'who
thinks sho Is running for recorder. lie
corrected his mlstuko after sitting
down, but too lato to square himxclr.
This meeting was another "frost."
Tho music consisted prlnclpiliy of
Registered county warrants from No.
105 to No. 103, both numbers lnaluslvc,
will be paid at tho treasurers ofllco If
prcsouted within tho next thirty dayt.
Treasurer Utuh County.
Provo Oot. 20, 1808.
Man lugo Llcoiif ch.
Marriage llconso was issued Monday
to G. R. Fillmore, aged 20, of Benja
min, and Emily h. Beckstoad. aged 18,
of Spanish Fork.
Murrlago license was l'stted yester
day to Win. Houghton, nged 23, and
Llzzlo Stoker, ugod 17, both of Spanish
Reunion of Sous mid Daughters ol
For tho above reunion at Provo Oc
tober 2Uth, tho R. G. W. will makoa
ra'u of one singlo faro for the round
trip from all points In Utah county to
rio'vw and return. Selling dnto Oot.
20th; limited to Oct. 80th.
F. Fouts, Agent.
Big Tiutic Excursion.
About 4u passengers from Provo took
iu thu Rio Grande excursion to Tiutic
lust Sunday. Thero woro also largo
crowds from other valley towns. It
took six passenger coaehos to transport
tbo crowd. This bift Tlntlc excursion
was undoubtedly u success.
The Sub-Freshman class started
Monday, with a good ntlendeuce.
Commercial night school started last
President B. duff is making a tour
of southern Utah in tho Interest of thu
Southern Branch of thu B. Y. A. nt
Beaver, Ho Ih ncconipalned by J. R.
Murdock aud A, T. Giles,
Levi Curtis, et u., on Monday filed
with tho county recorder locations of
tho Thistle Fork Marblo quarry aud
Last Chance Mnrblo quarry, both situ
atod In Thlstlo Furk of Spanish Fork
PROCEEDINGS IN THE FOURTH
Big Mining Su't-Two Boys Sent to
Stato Industrial School Divorce
In tho enso of tho Stato vs. Warburg
ton defendant was ordered to plead on
Tuesday, October 25. ,f
In thu dlvorco case of Martha A.
Glazier vs. A. O. Gln7.ler.thu defendant
onlorcd voluntary appearance and
waived tlmo to answer. Evidence wns
hoard r.inli decree granted plaint I IT
In tho dlvorco case nf II. s. Martin
vs. Edith L. Martin, motion for outer
to pay alimony taken up on uflldnvlt of
dofendaut and taken under advise
num. In tho cases of Carter vs. II. G. W
railway, and Thorno vs. Pleasant
Grovo City, plaintiffs In each caso was
given to October 20 to servo nnd lllo
motion for now trial, nnd ten days
over, and also slntutory time to pre-pan-,
servo und fllo proposed bill of ex
In thoenso of Martin vs. Mnrtlu tho
court oidered plaintiff to pay Into
court for llu benellt of defendant $100
to bo paid within live days, defendant
to havo tun days from time of receiv
ing tho money to nnswer. Plulutlff
uxeeptcd and wns given ten days to lllo
bill of exceptions.
In tho case of John R. Mtlnor vs.
Jnanolto Ann Mllner, mini., ot nl., evi
dence hoard on the part of plaintiff,
defendants not wpresuntcd. Briefs
ordered to bo submitted Monday, Oc
In tho caso of James GondmaTi vs. S.
Llddlard, el ol., hearing on supple
mental proceedings takon up ngnlnst
Ohns. K. Cook, who waived Issunnco of
citation nnd npuoarcd voluntarily.
Court ruled that money In bauds of tho
Utah Sugar company bo paid to Cook.
Thos. Watson, 11 nntlve of Scotland,
was admitted to citizenship.
The caso of Curtis vs. CurtU was
continued for the term.
In the case of tho Slnto of Utah vs.
Loo Wnrburtcn and Thos. Wilson, de
fendants were arraigned and ouch
pleaded guilty, Buiitenco was sot for
1:80 p.m., at which hour tho Judge
sentenced thn defendants to bo com
mitted to tho Slnto Industrial school
until tboy reached tho ugo of 21 yenrs,
unless sooner released by process of
law. Tho boys aro nged 18 and 16
years respectively arid pleaded guilty
to u robbery committed at Pleasant
Tho caso of A. G. Canipboll vs. Phil
Ip S. Morse, Albert F. Holdcn, E. B.
Weeks, John Burko, Mnttljuw Culleu
und tho Morse Mining compiny, a
corporation, was taken up this morn
ing. A groat array of legal talont Is
present, tho plaintiff bulng represent
ed by Brown & Henderson, the defend
ant by Judge W. II. Dlck6on and
Matthew Cullen on cross-complaint by
Wm O. Hull. Tho case Is brought to
securo an accounting between tho
purtles nt Interest. Aflor tho Intro
duction of evidence further hoarlug
wus postponed und arguments will be
mado later befuro Judge Dtucuberry
In Salt Luko.
Edward L. Buddocs of Suicin, u na-
tlvo of England, was admitted to cltl- H
Caso of Wfttson vs. Groenbeck ot al.;. WA
dismissed ut plaintiff's cost. iH
Tho dlvorco caso of Ilinon VivIIInec tM
Is on trial as wo go to press. 'B
DEMOCRATIC RALLIES M
Arranged Tor tho Different Points In M
Wednesday evening, October 2th, j
Cedar Fort. Speakers. Jaoutt Evans M
and O. F. Malm berg.
I'ayson. Speakois. Hon. .T. L. Raw- ' '
Itns 11ml S. R. Thurnmn. ''H
Thursday ovenlng, October 27, Prove- '-jjl
Bunch. Speakers. A. O. Smoot and H
Jos. T. McEwan. H
Alplno. Speakers, Hon, J. L. Raw- p'll
litis and A. J. Evans. ,JH
Manning. Spcukurs, Jacob Evans jJH
nud O. F. Mnlmbcrg, 'H
Friday evonlng, Octobor 28th, Fair- :l
field. Spenkow, Jucoli Evans and O.F H
Saturday evonlng. October' 20tlv 1
Springvillo. Speakers, Hon. Wm. II. H
ICIng and others. H
Plej.sant Grovo, S)oakor!. S. II. H
Thtirmun and J. W. N. WWlecotton. JH
Bonjamln. Speakers, A. J. 03vuu& 'H
and W. II. Cnsstoy, IkH
Salem, Speakers, Hon. J. L.. Raw- M
Jlns Und others. sfl
Tuosday evening, UTovciubcr 1st, H
Vineyard. Spoakurs, Jos. T. MeEivun H
and A. O. Smoot. ''H
Thursday evening. November 8d. 11
Faysou. Bpcakors, Hou. W. II King fll
and others. 'B
Monday evening,- Novotnbor 7tlu jH
Provo. Speakors, Judgo O. W, Power H
und others. jH
Lehl. Kjicttkurt, Hon. Wm. II. King CH
and others. S
Alpine, 2 p.m. Speaker, IIou. W.C -3H
A Malicious 'uriu B
The last Issues ot both tho Momtw !H
Minor and Mercur Mercury claims tlat B
Wcduy wus "dopod" during his ro(!flt H
fight with Wlllard Beau and tLuttbu. H
fact was rooponslblo for his defeat. H
claim Is madu that fouiu drug WM '.)H
mixed with the cold ton ndmliitslerud 'il
to Wortay after tho olghth round by " H
his second, "Kid" Smith, nnd that tlwu H
act was Instigated by Bean's friends. jfl
We cannot but reirard tho chargo as tM
absurd aud malicious. In tho first "IH
place "Kid" Smith, who It Is said give "H
the poison, was Wcday's truluor unit B
second, nnd would bo most unhkoly to )JB
do such a thing. Bunn nud his second" JJB
are luinorublu men und should bo above B
suspicion. Tho most reasonable ox- B
plnnation is that Wcday being thor- jB
oughly "knooked out" and making a " jfl
play for sympathy and to preserve hit H
rop:itatlon stuitod tho "doping" story. H
Ills plan uvldeully succeeded, ns hU '1
Mercur admirers have raised a purse J
for htm nnd sent hlni to Salt Lake, aud fl
aro already talking about another H
mutch with Bean, which wo hope he H
won't got. If one or the objects of the H
story Is to Injure tho reputation of H
Wlllard Bean, It will faili ns he Is too ' H
well known In Utuh to huvo such ,kB
yams lnko effect. )jH
Tho first annual moctlng of tho Sons JH
and Daughters of Ploncors will bo hold H
at. Provo next Saturday. H
Best Accommodations. "'BB
Traveling Men. jH
ViT. I-I. FKAISTCIS H
Payson. - - - Utah. )jH
NEW FALL Df?ESS GOODS. I
MS. EVERYTHENC COMPLETE , , , jH
IN TRIMMINGS. Wew Styles. , H
Union Suits, Children's 25c. and up Iffew Pricaa B
Vests and Pants, Ladies' K, .15c. and up TTrni , ll
TT - o .. T ,- , p , l XTEhnvQ a mugnillcent line of sH
Union Suits, Ladies. 50c. and up VV tho latest thlng'ln Novelties , WM
Men's , 40c. and up jmI p,H,r Oo," at the LOWEST IHH
1 PRICES YET. We will al you -'HH
,, A Great Line at Low Prices, Noveiviej ut 00 andocouu that you jjB
Agents for Butterick Patterns. NSnccountor ourexeeptiou- HH
I r O of ally I,,w I"100" th,A f"11' wo wl" ,iu' iH
pvme. cc ions, riovo. comi,,uo giving tickets UB silver:, o h
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