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BM I W II ' cm tho bourse, and at nno time threatened to cause n. panic. J WAS SURPRISE TO RUSSIANS. ! ; Defeat at Lino Yang- Great Disnp J I pointment to Empire. 1 , ST, PETERSBURG, Sept. 6. Willie Insisting that Marshal Oyama missed his main object at Lino Yang, most of the Russian papers do not disguise their profound disappointment over the result of the battle of Llao Yang. The ! Russky Invalid, organ of the army, I however, Is of the opinion that Gen. I Kuroputkln, both strategically and technically, got everything possible out of Lino Yang, saying: ' "It enabled him to cope with nn I army very much superior to hl3. Field Marshal Oyama was compelled to waste thousands of men to capture a position which Is of no Importance, now that Kuropatkln has left- It Is evident that Oyama's plans miscarried, since he failed to surround and' Inflict a decisive blow on the Russian army. ' Russian Hopes Blasted. The other view, presented by the Russ, Is as follows: "The fact that Kuropatkln was compelled to leave Llao Yang has not only military, but political, significance. It is no use concealing "the fact th'nt the evacua tion of Llao Yang was a surprise for the Russians.- Everybody was led to . believe that the hour had arrived for 1 a decisive struggle. It was thus we . Interpreted Kuropatkln's telegram say-' . ing the men were, thirsting for an op ' portunity to meet the foe. Dashing 1 our hopes means a prolongation of the campaign. " 1 "The moment for taking the offen I ' slve Is now definitely postponed. This - Inevitably will Influence the fate of Port Arthur and the further develop ' ment of the Japanese operations. The evacuation of Llao Yang will have an i effect upon China, which already Is In ' a state of nervous tension under the j Influence of Japanese agitation. The ( Japanese, of course, will do their beat to restore Mukden to China, and China must foot the bill. J j Japanese Can Increase Force. "We cannot deceive ourselves any longer with the idea that by.retrent 1 Ing into the heart of Manchuria we are gaining time and adding to our forces, whereas the Japanese are lengthening their line of communica 1 tions and therefore losing strength. Our Ideas of the military strength of i Japan were far from correct. It Is now ' known that It can Increase Its, forces i . as well us we can. We fully believe in our ultimate success, but' it Is Idle to blink at facts. We shall have to i i make many heavy sacrifices In order ; to protect the vital Interests of the em- i Reinforcements for Russians. I g- PETERSBURG. Sept. C It Is stnt ? cd that by the end of October tho fourth, , eighth and thirteenth army corps, total I Ing 192,000 men. will reach the front, and that before the end of September 11C0 ' guns will have been dispatched to Gen. Kuropatkln. If ITALIAN BOY KIDNAPED. ' , J Eifjht-Year-Old Lad Disappears From ' ' His Home in New York. ' NEW YORK. Sept. C What may de i j velop Into another Italian kidnaping ' case has been reported to the Bronx police. Antonio Laduro, S S'ears old, I son of an Italian employed by a con tractor, has disappeared and no trace of the boy has yet been found, i He was walking near homo with a ' , younger brother when two men en ' gaged him In conversation. Their ap J ; pearance alarmed the younger boy. who ) ! fan away and told of the affair when t Antonio failed to return. There are 5000 . Italians In the- settlement and all be- came greatly wrought up when the news spread. I , BABY QUIRK'S ;; QUICK CURE H !j ' Of Torturing Eczema H by Cuticura :; When All Else- Had H : Utterly Failed. " My baby, Owen Herbert Quirk, waa j afflicted from the age of six vre,eks with HHH j i a loathsome running eczema, almost covering his face. I took him to Drs. and of Victoria lload, . I j Aldershot, and he was treated by thera f for" three months, but got much worse, j and was a sickening sight to look at. j I saw an advertisement of tho Catlcura ' Remedies, and got tho Soap, Ointment and Resolvent. (T. "We noticed an LHH improvement at 1 a fW once, and within a i fViiL? fortnight the run- fiGuSw nnK nfld ceased ' 3xL'ttt?vt anc Bdrtlcswcre T'ov" ncar,y q11 dried off, Hl, ' f 'vvt and ,n a month 1,Ia Hl Ji ohiZLL facc waa perfectly JT clear, not a spot L111H' l' J3?5 ?irv ''t I have en- Hi 't:Ww closcd photograph W of him when he f ' was thirteen months old. He is now t two years and four months, and has y never had tho slightest return of It. I r am very grateful for the benefits de- rived from your remedies, and shall f feci It a pleasure to make their value H. . known. For corroboration of tbis Iji statement you may refer any ono to Hi ' ' Mrs. Williams, 45 Michaels Tload. Aldcr- Hfj r1' ehot, or Mr. Uutmtano, 40 Victoria. Hj j Koad, Aldershot, to whom we recora- Hl -y mended the remedies for a skin humour, H ' 1 which they also cared. You nro at I liberty to do what you liko with this ' statement, ns I shonld Jlho all to know H i of the value of Cuticura." WILLIAM HERBERT QUIRK, '. -No. 1 West End Cottages, Ruywood Hl Road, N. Southnmptou. H Bstd Itrtraehoul the wtra. Catlctm ntioWcnt, e. 1 ' On t'srea ot Chocolate CoiUJ Tills 2c Pir rltl of CO), H Olnlmrnt, 40c., top, 2. U.(oin Lomlon. V ChuW Hl , houMq.c Fn,4 Kumla U Palxi DottoD, 1ST Cclumbnt Art. To'.ter Dru Jk Chtro. Coro . So! fropilcton. H EySctur Xlo lo Curs kcictn..' HOT FIGHT IN CACHE COUNTY Democratic Factional Disturbances. ; Nebeker, fWoyle, rVIonsen and Thoresen Mqw on State Delegation. Chairman Barber's Stand for Monson J Hns Aroused the Ire of Thoresen. Special to The Tribune. LOGAN. Sept. 0. Tho murmurlngo ilnce the recent Democratic convention In Ldsan seem to bo Increasing and at pres ent It is evident that the delcKallon la composed of a quartette of factions Nebeker, Moyle, Monson, Thoresen with a email margin of Independents, but not enough to make any difference In the line up, according to the poll of the delega tion as given by one' of the prominent delegates today. That Moylc has a good lead is not lo bo disputed; at the same time tho Hon. "Qull" Nebeker has come ardent sup porters on the delegation, but they iiro not numbered among the heavy-weights and are seldom permitted at the private caucuses of the slate makers. Further, there Is a thread running through tho majority of cue delegation to the effect that enough taa been dono for tho Ncbckers, and now that Frank K. has been placed on tho ticket for District Attornoy against- tho united and unani mous opposition of Box J2iuCr countv, that claim Is ti good one at least. Fight Assuming Proportions. The MonBon-Thorcsep contest for Sec retary of Stato Is assuming proportions. It was asserted after the convention that Thoresen had the lead, but It now looks Jirrerent. One of the shrewdest of tho crowu pons mo delegation twenty for Mongon. ten for Thoresen and seven doubtful. Should tho churchman get all of tho doubtfuls tho ox-Senator would then have him skinned Color Is given this statement from the fact that Mr" Thoresen is nnxiouH to settle the matter by casting lots. Mr Monson. apparently knowing where he Is nt, smiles suavely and eays nothing, as a result of which tho stako president Is hot under the col lar, Tho opinion that a great storm was averted, a shower of hot shot prevented, which would haVc opened up wounds that hnve scarcely healed, by not allow ing this matter to come before, tho con vention, is now questioned, as tho divi sion among the delegation and tho attl-, tude of the candidates are assuming such a stage that the wisdom of the conven tion would have been preferable toithat of tho delegation. Arouses Thoresen's Ire. The supposition that Chairman Barber Is for Monson rouses tho Ire of the enn didato from the south end of tho county, as it was Barber who defeated Thoresen"s aspirations for the position of Secretary of State four years ago., This was un kind of Barber. Thoresen forMvecks before the conven tion made a canvass of the Stato and completed arrangements to go In on tho Moylo slate, and would have done so had not Barber worked tho delegation en route to Salt Lake, and at the oleventh hour carried off the county Indorsement. 'I norcsen. as a result, did not go before the convention. Barber did- and got bumped good and hard, as a result of which theso two generals have looked as kance at each other ever since. Thus it goea and tho question of bring ing order and union out or such a cha otic aggregation of ambitions and desires Is a problem that has baffled the sages for the ages. IN FAVOR OF WELLS. Lehi Democratic Delegates Said to Bo for Governor's Brother. Special to Tho Trlbnno. LEIir, SopL C Six Democrats held a primary last evening In tle City hall and elected fivo delegates and threo alter nates to tho Stato convention, five dele gates and three alternates to the Judicial convention, and- twouty-n'liio delegates and ton alternates to the county con vention. Tho lists follow: Stato convention A, SJ Evans, T. F. I rune. Goorgo Schow, A. It. Anderson and Joseph W. Goates. Alternates Mrs. A. J. Evans, Mrs. "W 5. Evans and Mrs. George Schow, Judicial convention D. J Thurman. A. A. Peterson, James M, Anderson,, George Glover and A J. Evans. r '.. Alternates John Peterson, Mrs. A J Evans and Mrs. S. A. Smith. County convention-Edward Southwlck. Goorgo Schow, Mrs. Gcorgo Schow. Petor Schow. Abram Goatos. Thomas Thurman. W. E. Evans. J. M. Klrkham. Robert J. Evans, Georgc L. Schow. "Mrs Peter Schow, Mrs. George Southwlck, "V. R. bnarp, 1 nomas Jones, Mrs John L S' A4 b,0IT.. Jackson Wanlass, c?P ,WdVb A. J. Evans. Frank Smith, MnrlonJoniSs, William Southwlck. L. F. Trane, D. I J Thurman, Gcorgo Glover and Maggie Sharp. ' b AlternatOH-Georgo A. Goatcs. Hyrum Anderson. James Goatcs, S. A. Smith ?rcrS,,.Schow- William F. Gurney John Warl ton. Jennie Bromley, Goorgo Southwlck and Hebcr Allrod Joseph Anderwon was nominated for Justice- of tho peace for Lehi precinct and lienor Allrcd was glvm the nomina tion for constable. No yoto was talton binding tho dele gates for any proposition, but tho Hontl mont of the State delegates Is for Wolls. though a little persuasion might land ccry delegate for some other candidate fh0iiJ.ut,,?,UT1 s,entlmcnt is for Corfman for district Judge and William 12. Ry dalch for District Attornoy. - Tho twenty-nlno delegates to the county convention probably will urgo tho candi dacy of Edward Southwlck for County Commissioner, but at present seem to lion" u candidate for any other posl- Ablo John Evans, who acted a3 chair man of tho mcctlnc. Is not a candidate for any position, but will have a 'big In llucnco In selecting the candidates In all three convention. to each of which he Is a delegate. CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE. Ono of Payson's Most Influential Re publicans Mentioned. Special to .ThefTrlbuno. PAY80N, Sept. C A now candldato for Legislative honors on tho Republican ticket has loomed 'up In tho person of James S. McBoth, oho of Payson'a most progressive and Influential citizens. Ho Is a Republican and has always worked hard for his party. Ho has beon one of tho prlmo movers In tho work of getting stops taken to got tho Strawborry water down horo, and this would assist him In many ways among the voters. Ho has numerous business Interests In this aec- Ion. He Is favorably spoken of for tho position Postmaster Simons was In Provo yes terday on matters political. Ho Is also a candidate for the Legislature from this city. Mayor Justin A. Loveless Is mentioned some for County Commissioner on tho Democratic ticket. Many porsons wonder how tho Democrats can expect a Commis sioner from horo when the holdover mem ber of that board Is a resident of this city. But then they havo a right to live In hopes. WILL VOTE FOR MOYLE. Iron County Delegation Favors Salt Lake Democrat for Governor. Special to Tho Tribune. MODENA, Sept. 6. Tt. C. Lund, Jr., of B, J. Lund Cp., left here today to attend the Democratic convention at Salt Lake City. Mr. Lund says he will vote for J. H. Moyle of Salt Lake and that while he does not know how the rest of Iron county'H delegation will vote yet, he believes tnat a majority If not all of them are for Moyle. Mr. Lund, hns held the county chairman ship several terms and I-v well Informed on political uffalrs In this county. Hon. R. C. Lund, who will head the Washington county delegation, when asked recently who would bo the next Democratic candidate for Governor, ?ald. 'I think J. H. Moyle of Salt Lake stands the beat chances at present " While Mr. Lund has not been, heard to express himself for Moyle, yet It Is believed1 that he Is for him and it Is more than likely that Washington's twelve votes will be cast the same way. Mr. Lund iy not seeking; any olllce. Delegates from Iron county to the Democratic convention: W. II. Barton, James Allerton. Charles D. Adams. Ed ward H. Parry, L. W. Jones, Francis Mlddleton. William Nord, It. C. Lund. Jr., and Albert French. Republican Aspirants for Legislature. Special to The Tribune. AMERICAN FORK. Sopt. C John II. Wooton, the Legislative aspirant from American Fork, who the American Fork Republican delegates were In structed to support. Is making an active campaign. C. F. Weatphall of Pleasant Grove Is after the same plum and Is not leaving any stone unturned to further his own nomination. John R. HIndley, who Is a Republican seeking nomination no County Assessor ntil ulm u-nc H,-n.r.V,, I l.r, !,.! In this end of the county, 'has found that he will have Joseph Beck of Alpine to deal with. American Fork Republicans nro go ing after three plums In the coming convention. The third is in the way of commlssloneryhlp for T. E. Steele, for mer party chairman here. Mr. Steele's opponent Is Webb of Lehi, who re ceived tho commlsslonerahlp two years ago. The American Fork Democrats arc at a loss who to select for a Legislative candidate. James H. Clarke very cor dially declined to run. CANDIDATES IN SUMMIT. Republicans Have Good List to Select From at County Convention. Special to The Tribune. COALVILLE, SepL C Politics In Summit county Is warming up In good shnpo and both partlos arc picking out tho best men to put on tho county ticket, so that there will be no strength lost when 11 comes to clectiop day. Tho Republicans will hold their county convention on September 15 and tho men who are mentioned so farxfor tho respective offices arc about as fol lows: Senator Fred Raspand of Park City and Abram Hatch of Hebcr. Representative M. J. Dally and Dr. C M. Wilson. County Clerk Alex Farrell of Park City and Walter Caldcrwood of Coalville Recorder Mrs. R. F. Northcott of Coal vlllo. Attorney Frank Evans of Coalville and Henry Shields of Park City. Treasurer James Don of Hark City. Assessor Peter Martin of Park City. Sheriff Ed Stromncss and George Robl son of Park City. Commissioners William Archibald and W. S. Wright of Park City and F W. Marchant and J W. Hoyt of Peoa and Marlon. The Democrat? will not hold their con vention until the latter part of the month as they aro going to tako plenty of time to hunt up their bcBt men, as they con sider their case a-hopeless one for either national. State, Judicial, county, senator ial or precinct tickets. POPS OF WASHINGTON. Leaders in Conference Regarding an Electorlal Ticket. SEATTLE, Sept. C Populists of the State of Washington, to the number of about twelve, met In Seattle today In their State convention. Only the party leaders were present and these declare that a ticket will be nominated. George F. Cotterlll, who has been a Democrat, twice a candldato for Congress, Is the leading llguro of the convention. it Was Anally decided to nominate nn Ju dicial ticket and let the State ticket go. Nominated for Congress. Fifth Kansas Dlstrlct-G. A. Flache Democrat. . ' Second Nebraska District John L. Ken ncoy, Republican. Nineteenth Pennsylvania district Jo seph E. Thropp. Democrat. Second Maryland district J. F. C. Tal bot, Democrat, renominated. Fourth Vircinla district Robert G Southall. Democrat. OASTOH.Ii. Bean 1 tho Tha Kind You Kara Always Bought 8lsr (ZM LITTLE ROCK, Ark., SopL d-Surfl-clcnt returns from tho Stato ejection have boon received to Indicate tho election ot G,javLa to a th,rd crm by a plurality , of 23.000. Sevoral counties heretofore Dem ocratic gave Republican majorities. DOVER, Del , ScpT C.-Tho Democratic ' State convention mot hcroUoduy. The ( platform Indorses tho principles of tho l Democratic party and the St, LoU8 plat form. It ratifies tho nomination of Parker and Dnvls. ; ' ..N;pr, YORK. Sopt. fi.-At Democratic Rational headquarters today nearly every- 1 body was busy with preliminary arrange- 1 merits for the conference of Democratlo 1 on Thursday.'101'" W,U Ieave for E80pl,B , " MOYLE DEFEATS Blair, Pale and Sloan Boys Worsted. Shut Out in Their Districts After Lively Centest for Delogatoship, Absence of Old-Time Democrats in Councils Deplored Loose's Head quarters Causes Comment. Moylo men of Salt Lake City, ran tholr lumber wagon over a quartet of ,young Democrats who opposed them last night, and made It necessary that tlioy go to the convention tomorrow with proxies or take a seat In tho rear with tho othor members of tho unwashed ns ordinary spectators. Tho four who wore disarmed and un horsod were Gcorgo E, Blair In tho Thirty-eighth district; Bob Sloan, in the Thirty-ninth; Billy Dale, in the Forty-second, and Tom Sloan, In tho Fiftieth. They bit tho dust after a sharp light, but came up smiling and will doubtless bo heard during tho early hours of tho convention. Moylo seems to lead stronger than over In the gubernatorial tight. Tho other can didates are Ruloi S. Wells, William M. Roylnnco and Aqullla Nobekcr. Thero Js an opinion that the strength of tho threo may be sufficient to control the conven tion and nominate either, with Wells the most likely benedclnry. Delegates selected In Salt Lake county last night, so far as reported, follow: First Municipal Ward. First Delegates: E. D. Iloge. Joseph Pitt. Alternates: William Naylor, N. V Jones. Second Delegates1 Lo Grand Young. C. E. Angell. Alternates, R. Leo Bird, Miss liLUll -LUUIII,'- Third Delegates: H. A. Anderson, B. F. Collott Alternate: Mrs. F. A. Cannon. Fourth Delegates: L. E. Ivcrson, R. H. Slddoway. 11. !. Penrose. Fifth Delegates; Ernest Dunn, Philip b. ' Maycock. Alternates: J3. M. Weller, Sr.. Edward Gardner. Sixth Delegato. George Klonke. Al ternate: Charles K. Rowland. Seventh Delegates : Joseph M. Cohon, Stephen Hayes, Mllando Pratt. Alternates: C. V. Littleton, Mrs. J. M. Cohen, Mrs. Llbblo Pratt- Eighth Delegates: John Holt. Mrs. A. H. Woolley. H. S. Mnrgotts Alternates: Fred Barrow. A. II. Wodjley, W. II. Wil kin. Ninth Delegates: G. W. Goddard. Al ternate: Mrs. Anna Mlers. Tenth Delegates: S. I Moylo, H. F. Fernstrom. Alternate: E A. Gregory. Eleventh Delegates- Joseph S. Darko, E. A. Walton. Alternates. B. T. Lloyd, J. H. Walcott. Twelfth Delegate: T. C. Lewis. Alter nate: J. R. Ilardman Fifth Municipal Ward. Forty-fifth Delegates. F. W. Penrose .Alternate: C. L. Whitney. Forty-sixth Delegates: A W. Brown, Dr. C. I. Douglas. Alternate; Alec Mc Master. Forty-seventh Simon Bamberger. Alter nate: D. B. Hempstead. Forty-eighth H. P. Henderson. Thomas A. Williams. Alternates: Edward Mc Gurrln, II. K. Aldous. Forty-ninth Delegate: MaJ. William H. Bird Alternate: Thomas Marshall. Fiftieth Delegate: Joseph E. Taylor. Alternate: Georgo W. Rlter. Fifty-first Delegate: Thomas Williams. Alternate. Joseph Morris. Fifty-first Delegates. John S. Crltch low, E. Shuler. Alternato: J. I. Hallow cll. Fourth Municipal Ward. Thirty-seventh Delegates: H. P. Rich ards. W. N. B. Shopard, Frank C. Moylo. AllornaloH: D. A. Swan, Mathow Noall. Thirty-eighth Delegates. Georgo D. Al der, Goorgo F. Felt Altornatcs: Frank R Snow. Josoph E Calnc. Thirty-ninth Delegates: D. L. Murdock. John W Burton. Alternates; Fisher S. Harris, George Romney. Jr. Fortieth Delegates John T. Calne, Mat Thomas. Alternate. T. F. Thomas. Forty-first Delegates- M. S Woollov W. W. Calder. Altornatcs: II. C. Ball, Mrs. E- Barton. Forty-second Delegates:-John Dcrn, W. J Tuddonham. Altornato: Mrs. J. Few son Smith Forty-thlrd-DoIogates: William Igle hart. A. J. Weber. Alternates: Heber J. Davis. James Maxwell Forty-fourth Delegate: Frank B. Stop hens. Alternate Frank Luff Second Municipal Ward. Dclegnte: Ben D. Luce. Fourteenth Delegates: C. A. Carlqulst Gcorgo E. Burbldge. Alternato: Mr. Mc Laughlin. Flfteonth-Dclegate: II. J. Walk. Al ternate W. C. Husbands. Sixteenth Delegate: A. M. Rudolph Seventeenth Delegate: A. G. Glaquc Alternates: W. L. Watson, Hugh Wat son. Eighteenth Delegate: P. J. Wlntor. Al ternate; George G, Smith. Nineteenth Delogato: James Dlnwoo doy. Twentieth Delegate- A. F. Thomas. Al ternate; Mrs. John Shea. Twenty-first Delegate: C- W. Nunn Twenty-second Delegates: T. E. Tav lor. Henry Tribe. Twenty-third Delegate: R. C, Badgor Twenty-fourth Delegate: Joseph p Evans. Alternato-. A. M. Buchanan Twcnly-flllh Delegates: B. G. Quiver G. K. Johnson. Altornutes: J. H, Ford' T. B. Lewis. ' Twenty-sixth Delegates: Thomas V Howells, Albert Fisher. Alternates: Dan iel Elton, J. W. Urc. Third Municipal Ward. Twonty-soventh Delegates; O. W Moylo, Thomas F. Fowler. Alternates: C. B Felt, A. E. Hyde. Twenty-eighth Delegate: D. O. Wlllcv Alternato; Mrs. L. Margetts. Twenty-ninth Delegates: Mrs. Ben Johnson. George H. Sheppard. ,.T.f!rtlctJi-Dc,enlcs; Herbert Price, William E. Kennerslcy. Alternates: Mrs Mary Katz. George E. Aspcr. Thlrty-llrot Delegates; George D. Rei ser, Jr.. W. H. Walters. Alternate: Mrs. E. J. D. Roundy. Thirty-second Delegate: John B. Reld. Alternate. Thomas Morris Thirty-third Dolegates. J. H. Holley W. A. Hodges. Alternates: E. H. Davis" Joseph Haslam. ' Thirty-fourth Delegates: Spencer X) Wallace, Pearley A. Hill. Alternates: Samuel Holmes. John F. Frost. Thlrty-llfth-Delcgates: Paul A, Elkcns. Gcorgo Stuart. Alternato: Richard Grlf tlth. Thlrty-slxth-Dolegatc: F. S. FeniBtrom. Alternate: D. P. Felt. Mountain Doll John F. Howells. If tomorrow's Democratic State con vention Is not a commonplace affair In a. convention way, all calculations will fall. Thero will be tho samo old details, the ' same old Jars, the same old roasting of LIFE SAVED BY SWAMP ROOT. The Wonderful Kidnoy, Liver and Bladder Remedy. Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Swamp-Root, discovered by the emi nent kidney and bladder specialist, promptly cures kldneyr liver, bladder and uric aold troubles. Some of the early symptoms of woak kidneys arg pain or dull ache In the back, rheumatism, dizziness, headache, gravel or calculi, bloating, sallow com plexion, puffy or dork circles under the eyes, suppression of urine, or compelled to pass water otte'n day or night. 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And thoro will bo a ticket named, but tho men -nho made the Democratic party In Utah will not run thnt convontlon. Tho genernl apathy of the old-time Democratic leaders Is so pronounced that It has provoked comment gm chagrin. New faces aro on the boards theso days, and new hands somo say unseen hands aro directing tho course of the party. A few weeks ago things were taking such shape as to lead the politicians to bellevo tho Democracy of Utah would have moro Ufo In It this year than since tho campaign of 1SD0 when the Peerless Leader thrilled the State with his silver screed and swept the voters off their feet. But that condition has changed. 'The Utah Democracy is battling with a condition that Is generally hopeless, evon though the membors of that party know thousands of Republicans are In open re volt because of the domineering Influ ence of an ecclesiastic boss. "Thero Is no uso denying It," said ono of tho stnunchest of the Utah Demo crats, "our old-timers arc occupying rear seats this year. The men who used to stand shoulder to shoulder In tho bat tle for Demoorncy have been pushed aside bv those whoso Democracy Is a new growth and to whom wo could never np neal when the i:onoral coffers needed fill ing. Thcy were not there. "Ono of tho leaders two years ago con tributed to tho campaign fund of tho So cialists. Another who Is foremost In tho convontlon arrangements was not a Dem ocrat In the last campaign. Brother Pcn roso of tho News Is the only ono of the old school who Is yet In the front Brig Roberts was until he hiked off to St. Louis tho other day. "This reminds mo thnt wo Democrats are pretty much like a trout that has been well hooked. Wo think we are free at times. -Jhey glvo us a considerable play at tho end of the line, but, like tho trout, reel us In when we get a bit frisky, and our only show Is to break the line. I feel that I have about broken my lino. At least, that I am ready to mako the flnnl struggle for liberty. I don t like the men at the reel. And that Is the way tho majority of tho old fellows aro feeling." At last night's meeting In the Fifteenth district delegates to the Democratic County convention woro also named, 11. K. Walk John Coin and G. L. McKeover hnvlng been elected as the regular dele gates and Frank Dunford and Thomas Gold ns alternates W. C. Husbands was nnmed as chairman of tho district com mittee, .George L. McKeever secretary, Nels Nielsen, Frank Dunford, Jr.. and Cyrus Gold as the othor members of tho committee. Tho regular election proclamation has been Issued by Gov. Wells, calling on the voters -of Utah to hold an election on Tuesday. November S next, for the pur poso of electing tho following officers: Three Electors of President and Vice President of the United States, Governor, Secretary of State, Officials to Be Stato Auditor. Stato Elected in Treasurer Attorney t.t , General, SupOrlntcn- Novcinber. ,icnt of ppuc in structlon, Judge of (the Supreme court. Representative of the Fifty-ninth Con gress of tho United States; Ono Stato Senator from each of the following- Senatorial districts: The First. Third, Fourth, Fifth. Sixth and Tenth; Threo State Senators from tho Sixth Senatorial district; Ono Representative In tho State Legis lature from each of the following Repre sentative districts: The First, Third, Fifth. Sixth. Seventh Ninth. Tenth Twelfth, Thirteenth. Fifteenth. Sixteenth, Seventeenth. . Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth. Twontv-nraf Twpntv.Mwnn,) Twenty-third, Twenty-fourlht "Twenty fifth Twenty-3lxth and Twenty-seventh; Threo Representatives In tho Stato Le gislature from the Second Representative district;. Folir Representatives In the Stato Le gislature from oach of the Fourth and Eleventh Representative districts; Ten Representntlvcayln the State Legis lature from the Eighth Representative district; Two Representatives In the Stato Le gislature from tho Fourteenth Represen tative district; In each Judicial district In the State, except tho Third, one District Judge: In the Third Judicial district four Dis trict Judges; In each Judicial district In tho State ono District Attorney; In each county In the Stato two County Commls8lonors. a County Clerk, a Sher iff, a County Recdrdor, a Countv Attor hoy,. an Assessor, a Treasurer and a Sur veyor; In each county having a property val uation of $20,OW,0(X) and upward a County Auditor; In each precinct In tho State a Justlco of tho Peaco and a Constable. Mayor William Glasmann of Ogden was In the city yesterday to cbnfor with State Chairman WllllanASpry. Tho Young Mon's Republican club of Salt Lake county held an Important moot ing nt Murray last night. The purpose , , ,. of tho meeting was County Republi- to consider tho sov cans Want cr..ai nominations Seven NomlrifiPK which Salt Lake jeven xjominees. county, outside of . .. , , tho city, will work for in tho nominating- conventions to bo hold on tho 22nd and 23rd Instant. A very roprescntatlVo meeting was held and tho conclusion rcachod was that tho county Republicans would ask and work for ono County Commissioner, County Assessor one State Senator and four momUors of the- House of Representatives AH delegates to tho county and Legis lative conventions will meet at Murray at i o clock In the afternoon of September 21 to caucus pn candidates and effect nn organization for tho convention work 1 An afternoon newspaper has announced that State Senator C. E. Looso of Provo wl l have headquarters during the cam paign at tho Kcnyon. This Item attracted much altontlon last night because of tho belief that It Is con m n 1 a , , flrmatlon of a story Talking About quietly - circulated Loose's Head- last V00k that tho auarters V,cal candidate for quarters. tho united States Senate will not im Goorgo Sutherland, but present National Committeeman and Stato Senator Looso. IpP P'-eii-afion beforehand one lot's qf trouble. ? f I Patterns Are Exquisite, jf ) f Styles and Fit Perfect, j Prices Extremely Moderate, f jf j Our Young I Men's Suits ' , Save- cut with a snnp thnt gives them the 'Jit UP-TO-DATE COLLEGE AIR. The swell VK hats are also to be found at . ' fMJi I1 61, 63. 65 Main Street , ?i it in!!1 " Sjj ...NEW YORK CASn"sTCB rats! idtfi rf f f a a K When we purchased the Lace House Rank- K jpl nipt Stock we stored away Twenty-live Thousand (Bp Hjgzei Dollars worth of out of season merchandise. Bp yyy we nw n sa,?' medinm tWtilMlJ underwear, cashmere. Avoolen and heavy cotton M Sj hosiery, suits, sealskins,' skirts 'and flannelette IK, wrappers, fall and winter millinery, gloves and B , BANKRUPT stock at actual whole- mfc SALE PEICES AND 2 IX STAMPS WITH IS Hp EVERY 1 PURCHASE. 9w Opy bar ti mn$ K ggj ...NEW YORK CASH STORE.. E 1 In Pabst Malt Extract, the "BEST" tonic, youhav 5 n food and gentle stimulant and a builder for body, j Yfcj. 2 brain and bone. lipfe- ' RIEGEB & IINDLEY. jffp j "The "Whiskey Merchants." 1 Hill I I II II II till TiTfttliMiLUIJJIilj Senator L.ooso, it Is thouuht, la closer to Sonator Smoot than any man. Ho has been ono oC his most loyal defenders. ,fn,.IlP0Sit1'? , Scal01- knows Sutherland denounced li m two years ago, whon ho was a -candldato for the Senate. Ho also knows that Sutherland blows hot and cold on thu church question, according to the company he keeps. Up to date Sutherland lias boen obedi ent. Ho haw rushed Into the fraens with the enemies of the sonlor Senator rally- Ln5?irounA hlm ,ch00rlnK him on and spending his funds. Some aro supposed to be earnest. Others are known to desire a candldato other than Sutherland. Loose If ,UI'nMr?b,e- P10 "W- and anothor and i vealtfilcr gentleman much moro so but hnnhS. re,fl,sod 10 be Pluckod and Loose's headquarters aro supposod to be opened w.ihe Sy10,. Senator from Provo may havo an "at homo" any hour In tho day and be ready to pot Into the campalpn Sends. nir fol,owins f ncw-nS .m? f11' that. considerable business h1n?.nd?no a,1 1 10 p,ovo n's Konvon ?h rl. ha DU8neBS will not be to boom the former Congressman. George Suthor- biwlnJM,?NK ?lytdn 13 in Montana on b sincsb. Hp was quoted as savlnc Utah will dvo the Republican Presidential electors a great majority. esiucntlal from I'ewVrk tftfiS wcpcctcd homc SiM. rTh(e,nh,gernstC,o;f V'h cratlc headSSarS1! demand 0b,H!K JfeOg ' in trar forh1!!08 b.c.cn "Pointed regls Lako counfy to nV h el3'1,1" ,n Salt the resignation 'df' ES Y tlmSS of requested by the S e na l)00n committee tJ0 PcrauYKs'narnrSTe placed on tho speakers' list. ItS1; pected that he will be asslsnbUJMTLJ, during the coming campaign nK Idaho. Colorado and other W1 States. iWiia Iven O. Nielsen of Mt. Pl'eaM ber of tho Stato Board of E3 Is in the city on business. I3en Johnson will bea candldit-'y Democratlo nomination for Jii.m4? Pence of Salt Lake county. t -Ml1 There is a report In poll""1 cJftii promlnent railroad men aro PfifcWp nomination of Judge R J4?ifcr tho Supremo bench. AccordlssMiui story, Judge Alexander Howai mYZ first cholco of tho railroad ks W. nomlnutton and that Judge &hJmh Is second. Tho report ltf not "-w?, but It is believed by man). l' ! County Chairman J V E-SlUitt It is nn error thnt It Is In(e,nVrv;Srrv alternato delegates to the ''.JBlfi ty conventions tho delegate M: first day and the alternate wM The official call reads "prcclnClJ ft r ono set of delegates to net in ffcf't vontlons. " Chairman Eldrcdse JKl while alternates will Prob?b.j vi ed In some proclncls tture general purpose to do so. I Irtal 1 1 POLITICS AT uiil esopus. sept. c.-Ve"ft;;5Sai a Miles arrived here this Tttn driven directly to Itoscmouni Ji; ESOPUS. N. Y.. gftSSSAJ. Callahan, a member of jrTm; University of Colorado, 'jciWV? terday at Rosemount. -"e P' new acquaintance jK'jftV' ESOPUS, N. Y.. Sept. C.-y,,eSRJ; of Massachusetts rrli X,WWL TU today to confor with JudBf tuuitv:!,, Ing the national poHUcal - . OYSTER BAY N. ' Awtilff ncy-Qencral Moody "ivfdrtrtifcsfi confer with the Pre-s den : cr,Wr. Governmf nt and political ms .If they aro Interested. JKrji ST. LOUIS. Sept. CThoniraU; of Georgia. Presidential iiWM People's party, called on n VW els. who escorted him lfh0 flt&M Purchase monument on v iittMi Louis, where he made an IMS lnir tho campaign of his !'