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;Jj page two THE 'SALT LAJvB TKIBU2rJG. Wednesday aionxiyg, October I
Infirmary Affairs Are
i in a Muddle,
i ji Brother- Penrose Is Asked
Many Questions Concern
's! ing Son-in-Law.
I J i ! S Padding of Payrolls, False Swearing-,
j a Shameless Discrimination. Against
f I tf I Gentiles Wot All of It.
' ' , Xow that Apostle Ponroso of tho Dcsoret
lt ' News has undertaken a defcnso o his
- son-in-law, W. R. Jones, Jr., who la su-
! !( j T perlntondent of tho county Infirmary, tho
j J people of Salt Lake will bo pleased to havo
i j tho Apostlo answer the following- ques-
' i ,g lions touching tho management:
kB First Dhl Superintendent Jones not pad
DH 1,10 Payro,,B of Infirmary last month
IB an(1 mako affidavit that ho performed five
' 1 if I - days' sen-Ice for ?1S,35. which ho did not
I( , 1 1 II "' perform, and did ho not certify to the cor-
jtM rectncs3 of tho same amount of service
Jjjf ' for Reese Jones, James T-I. Hayford, S. J.
II . R. Miller and Carrlo Telford, employees
.! j of tho Infirmary, who wero paid In add!-
j tlon a full month's salary?
. j R Second Dfd he not know that tho claims
ft v. ere unlawful and that no service was
; ;jj ! rendered for tho amounts?
jj Third Did Commissioner W. W. Wilson
not know, when he approved tho claims,
I ' that they were llleral?
' I jj - Fourth Is not the Item covered Jn
, i - vouchor No. 10.431, dated August 31. 1001,
i ; I ar.d filed and paid September C, lOOi, In
favor of Superintendent W. R. Jones, Jr.,
1 ' for J1S.35, which roads, "5 days' pay and
5110 per month In plnco of ton days' vaca-
i I tlon," a fraud?
j 1 - Fifth Are not vouchers 10.-J32, 10.135. 10,-
j 4iG and 10,450, which Superintendent Jones
' I I .-nrrlfiftl no XAfu-t nnf nil YVxi.le
Ijj docs the superintendent not certify that
in ; the claims cover labor that was not per-
. formed and could not possibly have been
H ' performed under the law?
' ; jj Sixth Will the Xews explain for Supcr-
1 j Intcndcnt Jones If It Is not true that last
J jj year a wagon load of potatoes grown on
n tho Infirmary farm was sacked and
' j hauled to the homo of one of the County
j j I Commissioners? And, will It not explain
, 1 i Jj where lt will be found that the county was
' ' .H ' reimbursed for tho potatoes, and If lt la
' f not truo that thero was a shortage of po-
jfl titoes at the Infirmary?
In Seventh Whllo tho apostle Is thus ox-
i plaining for his son-ln-Iaw. let him tell
i jj why It was that the News heralded abroad
, ; fi " that a feast was given the inmates ut the
j ' ft infirmary last July 4, when, as a matter
I of fact, tho feast was to' himself (tho
1 1? apostle) und to the family of tho Buporln-
1 ' I tendent, and that all the Inmates got of
I tho feast was a plate of Ice cream and a
j i, j small piece of cake? Why was tho public
i 1.1 " Jniposed on by that statement?
Eighth Are thero not eight cows milked
i ' at the Infirmary and the Inmates given
' tklmmcd milk and butter but once a
j J week? What becomes of the cream?
,' ! j What becomes of tho chickens and eggs
) j j produced at public cost?
j j' '. Ninth Why was Superintendent Jones
j ' ! Vcmovcd by Commissioners Horno and
i ' llarker about two years ago, and why
j ! was ho reinstated when James H. Andcr-
P r , j - Tenth Why. was James Sabine, pauper
I clerk, relieved about the sumo time and
Hl ' J tf Instated wlicn James II. Anderson se-
.i f S ciired 'control?'
.,i ' f ' Eleventh Let the apostle-editor also cx-
- plain why ho lied when ho said there nro
jj - but twenty-four Mormon inmates and
: ;j , eighty non-Mormon Inmates nt tho In-
! ' 8 flrmarv.
t ' j Twelfth Let him tell why It Is the su-
, ; .5 porlntcndent of the Infirmary his son-In-
i! 'J law, W. R. Jones, Jr. Is paid a salary In
j ', J " excess of that paid his predecessors, and
i ' , h at tho same time hl3 family, consisting of
; a wife, two grown daughters, two half-
'( ' grown sons and a little daughter, arc- also
)i ' maintained thero at great cost to the
(i ' public. X,et him explain If it Is not truo
" j 'jj ' under such circumstances that much of
" the domcstlo labor of other almshouses Is
jlj1' performed by tho members of a supcrin-
''i tendent'B family as a compensation for
1 1; their maintenance.
j' ' Thirteenth Lot lt be denied or explained
V : WHY APPENDICITIS ?
' i - Why is appendicitis so common todav?
' 1 1 , Because wo have gotjnto tho pernicious
i !'', habit of eating too fast,
, Dr. Curtis, tho great authority on this
j ' ! if disease, eaye- "Appendicitis often fol-
f, I'i,, lows the eating of a vJry hasty or par-
ij'! tlcularly largo or Indlgestlblo meal."
i!,. After carelessly following a foolish cus
torn, you can Insure your safety by ta-
1 , king Stuart'KDyspcpEla Tablets.
1 ! It Is an accepted scientific truth, which
1 I admits of no dispute, that If you will only
1 1 1 keep your digestive apparatus In good or-
, , K der, you will never suffer from this dread
'! dlHpaso, which, at best, means a weaken-
l " :' lag operation, with long weeks wasted in
i ; bed. and big doctor' and surgeon's bills
'V1 to pay as souvenirs,
'I'ii; Keep your appendix in health bv tho
1 tl:' proper uhc of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets,
J;(l'li whenever you have laid yourself open to
danger by overeating, and upon the least
iL' sign of Elomach or intestinal trouble, for
ntherv.-lse, at any time, this dangerous
i 0; disease may lay you lpw
, .1 '; Tho curative Influence of this great
l i medicine Is quickly shown In tho gentle,
, i i soothing effect lt has on nil inflamed con-
' ' ; , jdltlons of any part of the dlgostlvo tract.
I . i,; Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets tone air
k !i; these parts up to a proper condition of
. (, perfect health, and regulate their func-
J ;' tlons Into a proper working state.
I" , Thoy also make away with all tho
W-Aw causes of Irritation, inllammatlon or Indl-
, Ml gestlon, by helping to dissolve, digest and
, (.!. seslmllatc. pr put to proper use. all tho
' 1 food which Is lying around in odd corners
of your digestive apparatqs. fermenting,
I 1 r rotting and curdling, llkq ao much gar
j?! : liag in a drty sink. b
' Jn these natural and perfectly simple
Hi ways btuart's Dyspopsla Tablets restore
Ij s 11 sufferers, from, any form of dyspoptic
M trouble, to health.
II I ! V Tr 5y nr.? and reliable. They never
. U fall fo relfeve and cure, quickly and per-
).;'; I majicnlly. - '
, ! ' J ' L'eo them, and you need never woriT
k j your appendix vormlformlx. '
Had a Battle
Robljprs Blow Snfo In Continental
Oil Company's Office and Nlpht
Watchnaan Opens Fire.
. Safe blowers' battled with Frank Cald
well, night yardrnaster of tho Rio
Grando .Western railway, early this
morning, after having blown open tho
vault doors of tho Continental Oil com
pany's offices. Tho two crooks lied
through tho darkness and escaped In tho
railroad yards near tho sccno of their
crime.'1 Their tools wore left behind.
Caldwell had been left to guard tho
placo by tho rilght watchman, who was
notifying the pollco by 'phono that tho
safo was attacked. Tho watchman wrin
returning from lunch whou ho honrA fh,.
noise of tho explosion of a chargo of
nltro-glyccrino. This toro apart tho
vault doors, exposing tho small sufo
within. In this latter was a largo amount
As the watchman heard tho explosion
ho saw a man near tho oftlco building,
which stands on Second South, near tho
Intersection of tho railway tracks. This
man dodged behind tho oil tanks. Tho
watchman ran and found Caldwell, whom
he left on guard with his revolver. As
Caldwell watched ho saw tho cracksmen
leavo the building and run toward tho
CaldwelL fired aftor tho fleeing crooks.
Thoy stopped and returned tho fire. Cald
well fired flvo Bhots, and tho robbers at
least as many. By this time polico head
quarters was talking over the wire with
tho watchman. Tho wagon camO to (he
ticono on -a run, beoring Scrgt. Kddlngton
and Patrolman Smoot. 13y this tlmo the
thieves were gone.
A Jimmy, some fuse, a punch and a
brace were found by tho twisted vault
why Superintendent Jones bought from
a meat market thirty pounds of mutton
ror W cents and fed lt to tho inmates.
And is it not truo that tho steward advised
one of tho inmates, for whom ho had a
liking, "not to cat any mutton today?"
Also, If tho steward did not show him tho
bill for tho 3-ccnt meat?
Fourteenth Is lt not a fact that Super
intendent Jones pay-B llttlo attention to
tho Infirmary, but that tho real superin
tendent Is J. II. Ilnyford, who is on tho
toll as steward, but who performs noth
ing In the chnractor of a stownrd's duties?
When the Dcsoret News answers theso
fourteen questions. Tho Tribune has a
few more, touching the mismanagement
oi tho Infirmary.
Especially would tho public bo pleased
to hear what tho News has to say about
questions Nos. 1, 2, 4, 5. G, 0 and 10.
Now, do nor "ramble," Brother Penrose.
If tho News has not tho spaco for such
temporal subjects, TJic Tribune will pub
lish the explanations. Tho public desorves
to know, and since it Is n. sort nt fnmiK-
affair let tho facts bo heard.
Iho Dcseret News, without searching
the reco.-ds of tho county, makes a brond
denial that ihe public funds of Salt Lake
county arc diverted Into Mormon busi
ness houses. Let us. for example, look
Into the Item of infirmary maintenance
for tho month of September. 1901. This Is
HIm.. 3t rcPrt mado by Superintendent
William R. Jones, Jr. Hero are tho Horns:
Thlrteenward Ward storo (Mormon).? 2G.0O
Burton Coal and Lumber Co. (Mor
Barnes, Hardy & Co. (Mormon).... 11. CO
Goorgo F. Felt Lumber Co. (Mor
mon , j 55
Solomon Eos. (Mormon) Z.i5
Salt Lake aiTd Jordan Mill and Ele
vator Co, (Mormon) 09.20
II. Dlnwoodcy Furniture Co. (Mor
mon) W, S. Bateman (Mormon) '.. 34s!(K)
Barton & Co (Mormon) n $3
Anderson-Taylor Co. (Mormon) 54. 13
Knight & Co. (Mormon) 24 28
Newman Shoe Co. (Mormon) -K0O
Joseph William Taylor (Mormon).... 15,00
? K T',omas & Co. (Mormon) 12.35
Joseph B. Taylor (Mormon) co.00
C. M. 1 57 59
State Street market (Mormon) 49.16
DeLong & Smith (Mormon) 4. CO
Dunyon Coal Co. (Mormon) 10.20
Total Mormon $756.32
In the following Items tho accounts aro
In favor of Gentile houses, part Gcntllo
and part Mormon or doubtful:
Godbe-Pltts Drug Co $ 33 S3
Star Lubricating Oil Co 2o"c7
Theo Hopfenbcck 4
Hancock Bros. &, Co id's:,
W. IL Andrew .:: 375
King Hardware Co i2i
J. M. Marriott -S 70
Bamberger Coal Co
Of prominent Gentile houses In Salt Lake
county which pay laxes equal If not In
excess of tho houses that got last month's
Infirmary trade, -wlllv-bo found - tho fol
lowing. Smith Drug Co. toon go
Walker Bros. OMI.OO
Aucrbach s qOO.CO,
W. S. Henderson COO 00
Palaco Meat market 000.00
Superintendent W. R. Jones. Jr., Is' a
son-Iu-law to Apostlo Penrose. Ho' loves
the non-Mormon taxpayers.
Some one who Is doubtless working In
4he Interest of Sherllf Frank Emery In
his candidacy for re-election, has started
the report that Joseph II. Raleigh, the
American party nominee for Sheriff, was
in charge of thp guard during tho coal
troubles in Carbon .county lost winter.
Thu story Is being noised around labor
circles and has caused somo commotion.
There Is not a word of truth In tho
charge Mr Raleigh was not b. guard
nor had he anything whatever to do with
James Ingcbrotson spoko at a Republi
can rally at Clrclcvllle last night. -
"Jodey" Eldredge hos been Hcnt by tho
btate commlttco to Sanpoto county to help
give tho "thirty-third degree" to some of
tho Republicans wlio are off on Smootlsm.
The Young Men's Democratic club will
glvo a smoker ThursdAy night.
Judge O. W. Powers has dubbed Judge
Tr,'C,:T.th,c, " cMcken-ttitcr." It seems
J:hat Judgo rlck very' frequently tells how
very generous tho good women of Utah
have been with their chickens.
Judgo Powers says that the reason
Judge Frlck is so profuso in his thanks
is that whoro Judge Frlck came from lt
Is tho custom to. feed campaign speakers
on salt pork. Cut here In Utah chicken Is
not a luxurv,
One of the Smootlcr speakers who ha3
been so profuse In his abuso of the AmOrl
1 ,pa-Tty '-fl(!crs was such a good and
loyal Republican two years aso that he
wouldn t make Republican speeches, and
offered to make a campaign for tho Demo
cratic Stato committee for a considera
tion. Why Is It that Chairman William Spry'.s
spcakera' bureau has Ignored Fred W
,?,e? Jh l!i one of tne bcat skvscrapcrs
hi the Stat and If he were turned loose
there would bo no uso of Judge Powers.
Lrlghani l-r Roberts or James II. Moylo
campaigning any more. Fred-would drive
all tho btah Democrats to cover and kcun
them thero until after the election.
And he wouldn't havo to half try,
Wc.Vt Jordan American party voters
havo organized a qlub and will go Into tho
campaign with determination to roll uj
a,f.00d,:t? rr th0 nivt movement.
Tho offiders arci Domlnlck Burns, chair
men; O.-W. Cumrow, secretary; Edward
ilynn, Thomas Shelton and Emanuel
Erlckson. exccuflvo committee. Tho mem
bership list Is growing daily.
iw Obedience Is
"Took Counsel' From Church
Authorities and Went '
Yet tho Dcseret News Insisted That
the Church Had No Political
A year ago last April Tho Ttlbuno pub
lished in its news columns a story to
tho effect that tho authorities of tho Mor
mon church were evidently planning to
get control of the politics of Arizona and
Now Mexico by tho tlmo they were ready
for Statohood. To accomplish this pur
pose, Tho Trlbuno set forth that they ap
peared to be adopting tho plan of trans
planting bright young Mormon attorney's
and politicians from Utah to those States,
"mi uneu its un instance 1110 transrer or
Oeorgo H. Crosby from Richfield, Sevier
county, to St. Johns, Ariz.
"This transfer was decided upon at tho
recent conference" said Tho Trlbuno In
tho nrtlclo referred to above. "David
Udall, the president of tho St. Johns
stake, asked air. Crosby If ho woro will
ing to go. Ho held out the allurement that
thero was not a Mormon lawvor In tho
entire Territory of Arizona; that ho could
start In as Prosecuting Attorney of Apacho
county, and that there was no limit to
tho bright prospects ahead of him.
"Mr. Crosby announced him willingness
to go. President Udall then consulted
with the church authorities nnd tho re
sult was that the young attorney was
given a 'call.' He will close up his busi
ness in Utah as quickly na posslblv and
movo his family to St. Johns: Discussing
tho matter last evening, Mr. CroHby said
I ho understood it to bo tho present policy
of the church authorities to transplant a
largo number of tho young attornovs in
7 nau i-ucuiuiy grauuateu
from law schools and who are finding lt
difficult to crowd in upon tho old law
yers of this city. He thought lt would
bo a good thing for tho young men nnd
a good thing for the communities Into
which they were thrown, as their edu
cation and training would make them nat
News Fit No. 1.
On the ovcnlng of tho day that tho above
article appeared, the Dcseret Nowb pub-
Bhcd a long editorial under the heading,
Another Malicious Canard," in which,
after reviewing Tho Trlbuno article, lt
denied tho truth of tho story flatly, say
ing in part: "
1 '"Iowcvcr that may be, the whole story
Is founded on fiction, and thero Is so llttlo
Of truth In It that there In scarcely a
thread of it In the entire blanket of false
hood. No young attorneys or attorney
has been called to go to Arizona, there
is no such 'policy' contemplated as that
formulated In tho Imagination of The
Tribune writer; nothing of tho kind was
adopted or tnlkcd of 'at the recent con
ference. Tho man referred to has not
been nppolntc! or requested or 'set apart'
to remove from Utah.' Tho entire thcorv
of Tho Tr buno. based on Its Billy as- '
sumption, Is untrue and tho malice be-
hind the article Is as clear as though the f
class" fabrIcntlon was mad0 of thin 1
Alter continuing at somo length to ex- '
Plain that if Crosby had decided to go to
St. Johns ho hod dono It on his own ac- J
count and had never received any further !
counsel from tho church than to do as ho I
pleased, the News closed its editorial with
those words: J
"But wq aro sure that in the present A
condition of the feeling and opinion In this
fatate. tho trumping up of such talcs as 1
that told In Tho Trlbuno this morning and "5
flcatlon that Is , breathed In tho entire H
artlclo will not stand tho test of popular :
Inquiry, and In tho trend of public senll- ?
ment will bo frowned down nnd rejected
as unworthy of serious consideration." h
News Pit No. 2. 3
In another editorial of April 13. the News '
had this,, to say concornlng tho Crosbv f,
ur'rt "oi1101' .J'10 "casing, "Without El
Honor or Shame : c
"Of course, after making a false and r
foul attack on tho authorities of tho
'Mormon church. Tho Salt Lako Tribune.
notwithstanding tho exposure of its wronc X
assertions and irrational deductions, re-
tuseB to correct Its errors, and repeats its If
misstatements for tho purposo of decciv- t-
ng tho public and furthering Its own '
transparent designs. y
"The story published about a number of "
young attorneys being selected to bo sent
to Arizona for political purposes was and 7
Is entirely void of foundation in fact, i
It was founded on fiction. But It persists v.
In avowing that the nonsense It uttered
camp from George IL Crosby, Jr., on his ll
receiving a 'call' and being 'sot apart' by
tho church authorities 'to go to Arizona (?
to practlco law.' as ;tho only "Mormon" k
attorney In tho Territory!' If the 'young E
lawyer told a Tribune reporter anything 13
to tnnt effect, ho iittii-PrT n uiimfi
hood. The evidence, however, goes to
show that what he did say has been col
ored and amplified and commented upon.
In tho usual stylo of that paper.
"Wo repeat, on tho authority of the first
presidency of tho church, that neither
George H. Cro3by. Jr., nor any other
young attorney' has been called, appoint
ed, set apart, selected or ndvlsed, to movo
from Utah to Arizona for any such pur
pose as that outlined in Tho Tribune "
Thon. oa April 15. The Tribune published
an Interview with George H. Crosby. In
which was contained tho substance of tho
first story printed In Tho Tribune. Tho
story was a special from Richfield, where
Mr',C,roaby tnen ltvcd' J""1 was, In part,
Crosby Confirms Tribune.
"In talking with a friend of mlno, who
Is a Tribune reporter," said Mr. Crosby
'I wild In substance, as quoted by Tho
Tribune, that T was going to St. John
because tho opportunities were good, be
cause tho president of that stake wanted '
me to, and the authorities of tho church
advised mo to go. I explained that law
yers were so scarce down thero that
there was not ono of any kind in Apache
county, and not a Mormon lawver In
tho Territory. I spid that frloiids of
mine, not necessarily Mormon friends
had told mo that the District Attorney .4
pfflce usually went bogging In Apnch'o
county I said that until I should obtain
a lucrative practice I expected to teach
Hohool. I did not say I would be tho
principal of a school, but that an teacher
T, hoped to receive a salary of $90 Dor
"f further remarked, as roported by
Tho Trlbuno, that tho Mormon loaders
ljad iidviBcd young Mormon teachers
and lawyers not to congregate In tho
qltles. but to move out to the colonies
of which counsel I thoroughly approve'
hen asked whether tho requests of tho
church- authorities to do certain thinra
arc' called orders, I replied that such re
quests wore usually known ns calls, T
rernombcr saying nothing about politics.
, Neither did tho stake president, nor
Apostle Woodruff, nor President Smith.
j Your Best Chance to !
I Get a New Suit, .Coat
' or Waist Is Passing,
, Sale Three Days
m . : :.-; Longer.,
1 1 Ym Lively days are these in the readytowear section, and not the least
JM - doubt is there that the stirring tiKries will continue until closing time
I IIf Si Saturday night. In all the hundreds and hundreds of Waists, Coats
1 nP Iw anc' erec'' cvery one 's neW; brought here within the last six
I j F fe weeks for this fall's selling. So why shouldn't these be record days?
I Jim !Vk Come for everything in Ready-toWear Garments Today, Thursday, f
I dJ lllllm rlay Saturday. But come mornings, if possible, in advance of the
I 'JljJ-Ja crowds. We can serve you much more promptly. Limited quotation 1
I of prices in what follows : j
I Sacrifice Prices on Women's
I Winter Coats0
i AH winter weight coats; nil good styles; all made of choice
The 5. 75 reduced to $2.75
I The SG.5M to-$3.5 The SI 5 to-S9.50
I The 7.5 t-$4.25 I The $2 io--S2.5&
j 7SneS9.5dStlo-S5.5Q I S27.50 to-$1G.75
I The $-32.5-$6.75 j The $30 to-$t8.75
i Women's Cashmere Wrap
I pers Greatly Reduced.
i Pretty models, all, with tho now ways of trimming appHca-
tions laco run with velvet ribbons, dainty braids and headings.
Made of cashmeres and henriettas in light blue shades, pink, helio
I trope, tan, old rose, red. Prices
$8 Wrappers for--$4.75
$9 Wrappers for $4.95
$11 Wrappers for$G.50
$13.5 Wrappers for-$7.50
$2 Wrappers for $11
Lot of wool eiderdown robes, full longth, prettily trimmed, re
duced from $5 to $3.45.
Women's Sweaters and
Norfolk and blouse styles. The season's newest idea of winter
wrap for women. Natty looking, beautifully woven
$2.95 SweatersSi. 45
$7 Sweaters $3. 9 5
If thoy want mo to oxerciso political con
trol thoy should not havo chosen a Re
publican, becauao moro of tho Arizona
Mormons, I am sorry to oay, aro Demo
crats, and I fear lt is goln to bo hard
to chanKo them.
"I do not care to discuss my talk with
President Smith furtlwr than to say that
he advised me to go down to Arizona,
as the stake president wanted -mo to."
News Fit No.' 3.
And the News of the same ovonlng,
commonting upon the Tribune's published
Interview with Crosby, among other
"It is as we have stated from the first.
Tho untruths about Crosby's being
called' by tho church authorities and set
apart to go to Arizona to practlco law;
tho calling of other- young attorneys to
remove to that Territory to control its
politics; and all tho stuff set forth edi
torially as well au locallv in that paper
about this bolng part of the policy of tho
church, were manufactured by Tho Trl
buno and plastered on Crosby. Its story
was. utterly false and was not even made
up from Crosby'a statement about ' bin
expected removal, but was ono of tho
characteristic fabrication's of an anli
'Arormoa' 'sheet, that seems to bo-unable
to tain senso or better behavior from
tho experiences of the past."
And now, after aU thl3 frenzv. a eo
ciuel to tho wljole story Is found In a llt
tlo clipping, from the Davis countv Clip
per of October 21. l!WI, after Crosby has
been a resident of St. Jphns. Ariz., Just
Ions' enough to-be a voter. The Clipper
snya: . . . . '
"George.. H.-Cresby, tho former editor
of tho Rrchllcld Itcapcr. who is now liv
iT.G at St. Johns, Ariz., is running for
District Attorney .of .Apacho county."
Democrats Hear Powers at Park City.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
PARK CITY, "Oct. 25. The 'Democratic
- - .. '
rally this evening was tho nearest ap
proach to u political demonstration that
haa occurred hero this campaign. Be
sidcB tho various county candidates,
Judgo O VT. Powers, J. II. Moylc. Judgo
Hall, Ray Van Cott and J. w. Gclgor
v.oro in attendance, und tho zatherlng
presented moro of tho appearance of an
old-time political meeting than has been
seen hero lor somo time.
.Judgo Powers was th0 speaker' of the
even ns. It was largely duo to hlo por
soiml popularity ncro in tho camp that
llio large audlcnco assembled at tho
Dewey theater.- Tho speaker was at nia
best. Hio speech was interesting from
tho beginning to the end. Ho prosontod
the Democratic) vlow of the presont poll
tlcul situation in a clear, logical and
forceful manner. Tho marked attention
of thoso present, together with tne fro
(lticnt outbursts of applause showed that
the Judge is still .a favorite in Park
City and would scorn to Indicate that his
vote here, will bo a largo ono.
William Glasmann will address thr
'Republicans hero Thursday evening.
Ueokless Democratic Clmrges.
BINGIIAM JUNCTION. Utah Oct
-A Democratic rally was hold at Goft
Why dont all grocers
keep Schilling's Best?
'., They are not all alike?
' they don't-all see alike.
., : - , '
These Splendid VaKies in I
The style, tho kind of cloth, the colors, or, in- other words, just
the suit you want is hero in something. Two lots of as charmin"
dresses as any woman might caro to choose from mako up a splea
didly brond collection at these under regular prices: '
$20 suits for-$14.75 '
$22. 5B suits for $16.75
$27.5 suits for-$20.5Q
$32m5G suits for$18.5
$35 suits for $26
$4 suits for-$29. 75 and $22.50
$50 suits for--$37.5D and $28.75
$62.50 suits for $35
NewShirtWaists Much Under f
' Regular Prices. f
A delightful lot of shirt waists, perfectly new in every wa- ' f
style, fabric and color that wero never intended to tnko on 're- I
duced prices thus early in the season, "Until Saturday:
$2.25 shirt waists mado of mercerized vestings 98c i
$3.75 shirt waists made of washablo Scotch wool fabrics i
$4.00 shirt waists mado of washable Scotch wool fabrics $2.75. lS
$5.50 shirt waists made of washable Scotch wool fabrics--53.95, f
$7.50 shirt waists mado of washable Scotch wool fabrics ft.S5, '
$8.05 shirt waists mado of washable Scotch wool fabrics f5.(5. I t
Petticoats arid Outing J
Flannel Gowns. I
Petticoats mado of good black sateen, ample in width', nicely I I
made, with plenty of tucks and rafflea; instead of $1.75, for this Ij
sale 08c. B V
4- i?i-ne fltmneI niBht dresses, neatly made, well nt; reduced I f.
from $1.00 to 00c. I
hall tonight. The principal speaker was
Colo ThQ0mfnSOn f Cr,l Creek!
fnV.f, meotliiff was entirely unsatls-
fho oniv Th.nPe7l0C,raUc Qee club ww
ii ,onJ thlngr that saved It Pnnin
nHdntUtof t room burins : tho meeMng
XVmu-L'i? 0S0 ?,1,y 11 wore "oft
era. " 01son woro tno speak-
Tho trend of tho speeches wn
JO" ooM hav. .lopp,S ftdd"K, S
Kaho Corsets Get Orand Prize
Special lo The Trlbuno.
fahjugs" h'ghC3t ard'Hvo
BTJSSJfi.N' PHESS SILENT.
Has Nothing to Say Regarding Tra
gedy Off British Coast.
ST. PETEKSBUR6, Oct. - ti,,,
press aa a whole Is slgnlrtcant'lv ii
lent regarding tho North sea Trag"dv Th
papers generally publlah without comment
foreign telograms concerning tho Kit iriTi
of the trawlora. indicating r Sdwlro il?t to
cmlmrrasa tho Government or comi Mcalc
an altcady extremely delicate situation bv
any txprosslon of opinion berorc all Lhl
tt&n bth SldC3 3ll!lU Htfve bwnalcfi:
One exception particularly j3 the ovnn
J ". which says that ono of the mi
nor powers, before tho sailing or the Sec
ond Pacific, squadron. Uegrically In!
S ll,S8la C an Intending a ac!c on
the vessota. Tho paper ucga thai jud "
ment may bo suspended pending tho ro-
celpt of Vico-Admlral RoJestvenaiT ,"J ; 4
port, but declares that full JustlM j .
dono, by Russia. f
STJSSIA BUYS WARSHIPS. ) t
Ohileon Navy Said to Havo Bn & j J
chased by Czar.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct U
story is current here that
sia has purchased the Chljean - h
which will Join the Russian ft'A 'i
clflc squadron at the Azores i-- jfe
According to the report an Inirr.c'' .
Chilean neutrality will be nvoWW(- i
transferring the ships to ,TeM
which the Porte will receive
from Russia. While the swni
some credence It is denied in ri .
Tree Tea Selected 'y.SSktS' t
the pure, good tea-fold In P'lcKB f