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SALT rAKE CITY UTAH
FRIDAY January 29 1892
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tJ th urtlCf
fartia rmwrlr from one place to another and
tttiring papert chargtd ifiouldalicays give form I
nitrell at prttrnt cddreii
TEA VELERS FROM SALT LAKE
T7J11 find TEE HERATD on all railroad trains In
the west at the news stands in Denver Butte
Oaiftha Ledrllle Portland Boise and all
otter weittrn cities Also at the P O Netrn
company Chicago Brentanos Union square
KewYorkj Palace Hotel8an Francisco Chey
nne NOTTS Co Cheyenne and the Ebbltt house
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Washington Rea era of Tin HERALD who do
sot find It offered for sale on the trains or otber
places where It should be will confer a favor I
by notltjlnc us Immediately
DEMOCRATIC OUT CONVENTION I
To tbe voters of Salt Lake City
There will bo held Democratic city con I
vention for the purpose of nominating for i
mayor recorder treasurer marshal and
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assessor and collector for Salt Lako city
The conTention will be called to order at I j
12 oclock m on Saturday January 30
1S92 in the Federal court room Wasatch I
building and will be composed of the
number of delegates selected at the pre
cinct conventions as follows
First Precinctu nu hu 23
Second Precinct 31
Third Precinctnuun uuun 27
Fourth Precinct nu 19
Fifth Precinct u nunn un 15
Total nu 118
R C CHAMBERS President
D 0 DDNBAB Secretary
TO ADVERTISERS
Changes for advertisements in Tux
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STJKDAT HXKALD must be handed in not
la ter than Friday night
UNION PACIFIC HOTEL I
OppositeTJP depot American and European
rlsn 81 10 1260 per any 86 to 10 per week
fcpecial t tcuriBtB and family parties
BEN F VVniiTEMOKE Propr
THROUGH NEW YORK SLEEPER
Via Union Pacific Chicago Northwest
ern and Pennsylvania railroad Will pass
Ogden eastbound Wednesday January 27
at S30 a m Parties from Salt Lake
should leave at 7 a m For reservation
and particulars apply at Union Pacific I
office 201 Main street W
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FURS FURS FURS
Fine furs in stock and made to order
Cleaning repairing refitting of seal
suoques a specialty
MEDEST the Furrier 220 Main
GRAND NATURAL GAS EXCURSION
Illumination by Professor Elliott Visible
From the Cars
On Sunday evening at 7 oclock the
Union Pacific will run an excursion train
to the natural gas well where Prof
Elliott the distinguished gas expert will
give an illumination of natural gas
The train will be placed so that the illu
mination may be seen without leaving the
carsThe
The price for the round trip is only 50
cents 4
LEGAL DENTIST
The following is an exact lao simile of B
It Moads certificate received from the
California board of dental examiners in
1SS5 seven years ago showing that he has
been at least since 1SS5 a legal practioner
of his profession
This is to certify yo 15
That B R Mend did on the 29th day of
June 1SS5 cause his name and place of
residence and of business to be registered
in the proper book with the undersigned
board as a person who was on March 12th
1SS5 engaged in the practice of dentistry
in the state of California
Said registry was made pursuant to an
act to insure the better education of practi
tioners of dental surgery and to regulate
the practice of dentistry in the state of
California approved March 12th 1885 and
on the duly verified statement of said B R
Moad made according to the provisions of
said act and the rules of the undersigned
board and said B R Moad may now con
tinue to practice as such dentist without
incurring any of the lialilities or penalties
provided in said act
In witness thereof tho state board of
dental examiners have caused the si na
tures of its President and secretary to be
affixed this 2Sth day of June 18S5
The California State Board of Dental
Examiners
SEAL By S M DENNIS its president
I SEEL By C W HIBBAUD its secretary
B R Moad is manager of the Export
Dental Co at 46 W Second South He
has practiced dentistry for nearly twenty
years and makes a specialty of crown and
bridge work building up teeth with cold
transplanting and all modern high art
I dentistry
I Invitations have been issued by the Iowa I
association for a social gathering at Young
ers hall Market street Wednesday even
ing February 3 lSn2 at S oclock Invi
tations have been liven to the Pennsyl
vania association and the Southern society I
but owing to the loss of the list of the I
members of the Pennsylvania association
personal invitations cannot be sent This
notice may be considered an invitation to
each member of the Pennsylvania associ
ation Dancing and cards Tickets SI
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HOLLANDERS AUCTION
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He Will Make a Sweeping Sale But Stay in
Business I
L Hollander the Main street jeweler is
out in todays HERALD with an announce ji
ment of a sweeping auction sale of his fine
stock of jewelery diamonds watches sil I
verware etc The sale 2 I I
opens at tomor I
row Mr Hollander is simply reducing i
his stock and will remain in business per
manently at his old stand I I
EYE AND EAR DR LYONS I I
Hooper 8 Eldred e building 49 S Main v II I I
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FOR LETTER HEADS
Bill heads statements ball tickets and I
all kinds of job work send to THE HERALD I
Quick work and reasonable prices as t
sured
THROUGH NEW YORK SLEEPER i i
Via Union Pacific Chicago Northwest
ern and Pennsylvania railroad Will pass I
Ogden eastbound Wednesday January 2il
at 830 a m Parties from Salt Lake I
should leave at 7 a m For reservation I
and particulars apply at Union Pacific I
office 201 Main street II I
AUCTION I AUCTION
STOCK OFLE HOLLANDER
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TO REDUCE STOCK OF
DIAMONDS WATCHES >
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE
I will Sell at Public Auction Commenc
ing Saturday January 30 1892 at 2
pm and 7 pm sharp
SALE POSITIVE NO RESERVEia
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F E WARREN iJtlLAlNllLlJi CO
Hag recently been appointed the General Agents for the
WorldRenowned
STEINWAY PIANOS
FOR UTAH IDAHO AND WYOMING
We have nit recelred a complete stock of the New Styles and a cordial invltctiea
is extended to the public to call and examine them
F E WARREN MERCANTILE COe
7g West Second Soutr S
p
Utah Book Stationery Go
72 MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
TOYS OFFICE SUPPLIES SCHOOL BOOKS Etc Etc
wETor ssAiyB AND RETAIL
DUNCAN M McALL STER Manager
v A T EN T J i Ie SAN D l A S I S D
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PLEASANT VALLEY COAL CO
SALT LAI E O i T Y
Pleasant Valley and Castle Gate
Lump Store and Nut Coals also
Anthracite Blacksmiths Coal Coke
Charcoal Mine Slack Yard Slack
E L CIRPEHTER General Sales Agent CHUTE HICKS Local Agentsi
OFFICE 43 W Second SoutT Street Telephone No 444
Yard Corner Second South and Fifth West Streets p
EAGLE FOUNDRY MACHINE CO
City Office 166 South Main Street
Works 424 West First South Street
MANUFACTURERS OF
Mining Machinery Ccneentrating Mills
Quartz Mills Ming Furnacas Ore Cirs Car Wheels Shg Pos
AND ALL KINDS OF
MINING AND REDUCTION MACHINERY
BUILDERS IRON WORK STEEL BEAMS
Repairs on Machinery Pipe Cutting and everything ap
I pertaining to our line promptly executed
I
ARK YOU GOING EAST
When purchasing your tickets for any I
points in the east see that they read via
the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul rail
way For time excelence of equipment
etc the Milwaukee is always in the
lead All through trains are solid vesti
buled heated by steam and lighted by elec
tricity Dining car service is the lines in
I the world All connections are made in
union depots
Either of the undersigned will cheer
fully furnish descriptive matter or any
other information desired
THEO F POWELL
Traveling Atrent
ALEX MITCHELL
Commercial Agent
Progress Building Salt Lake City Utah
THOMAS PAINE
A new lecture by Charles Ellis Theatre
Sunday evening January 31 A few re
served seats at box office Saturday
WESTERN SHOE AND DRY GOODS COM
PANY DRAWING
The annual drawing of the Western
Shoe and Dry Goods company took place
yesterday The lucky numbers are as fol
lows and parties sending in their numbers
corresponding will be given the prizes
14508 3435 1311 5704 GS65 6974 14245
11233 1467 5203 413 Oil 8827 828 3078
7lm2 11H3 13703
I GRAND UATUKAL GAS EXCURSION
I
Illumination by Professor Elliott VisIble
From the Cars
On Sunday evening at 7 oclock the
Union Pacific vill run an excursion train
to the natural gas well where Prof
Elliott the distineuished gas expert will
I give an illumination of natural gas
The train will be placed so that tho illu
mination may be seen without leaving the
carsThe price for the round trip is only 50
cents
THROUGH SLEEPER TO NEW YORK
On February 4 and 11 tho Rio Grande
Western runs the second and third of its
through Wagner palace sleeping cars to
Chicago New York and Boston no
changes
For accomodation apply to ticket agent
200 South Main street
When going east select the popular route
the Burlington Two daily vestibule
trains from Denver with dining end chair
I cars and Pullman sleepers attached for
I Chicago Peoria St Louis Kansas City
St Joseph Atchison and all points east
DR 0 H DOGGE
Specialist in diseases of women Rooms 1
2 and 3 Mercantile block
n
I WALL AND II We are Still Pursuing the Even Tenor of our Way and Un I1L
o I V V derselling all Competitors
V
CEIL ING Our representative is now in Eastern markets and has
bought everything that is New and Desirable
i4 t tHs1t
DECORATING
JJ1W1Ui I 11 U NEW DESIGNS Artistic Effects N IOVELTIES I 13
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IN IN IN
BY CONTRACT CARPETS CURTAINS Wall and Ceiling Decorations FURNITURE
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Henry Dinwoodey Furniture Co HENRY DINWOODEY FURNITURE COMPANY I
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LOCAL LYRICS
Crisp end Condensed News of General
Interest and Import
FELT SLIPPERS Too at Dunf ords
TUE real estate transfers for yesterday
amounted to 13435
THE bank clearings yesterday were 274473
same day last year 8232459
INSURE Jn the Home Fire of Utah H J
Grant Co scents with State bank
PROVO woolen goods are the thing for cold
weather You get them at Cutlers 36 Main
SEALS safety railroad shoe a written guar
antee with every pair Alders 50 East First
South
TnE Republican precinct conventions will be
held tonight throughout the city at the dif
ferent polling precincts
There are messages at the Western Union
telegraph office for J G Gray R A MoFar
land Mrs E Hooper Miss Ella Garity
WE offer a few dozen of large size womens
shoes button lace and congress new goods at
8135 per pair Alders 50 East First South
YOTT are cordially Invited to the cabinet
party at Hammond hall Friday evening Janu
ary 29 reads an invitation from the Social
committee
A FEW copies of THE CHRISTMAS HERALD re
main on hand They are in wrappers and will
to sent to any address in the world without ex
tra charge for postage
IT is now said that work on the high pipe line
in City Creek caiion will be abandoned on the
17th of Februarysjust soon as the hobos have
voted and been paid off
liiE judges election in the Fourth precinct
will have their hands full of work on election
day It looks as though the real battle would
be fought in that precinct
ZiOKs EavIngsBank and Trust company loan
ornamental auxiliary banks for homes Inter
est 5 per cent Wilford Woodruff president
George Q Cannon vice president s
THE business office of THE HERALD has
tempoiarily removed two doors north of the
old corner awaiting extensive improvements
which are bing made in the old office
MCCORNICK Co received yesterday Han
acer bullion 85750 silver and lead ores SI100
Wells Fargo 1 Co received Bullion J7758
ore 810924 T R Jones Co received Lead
and silver ores 83000 base bullion 6250 I
LAST evening a lady called at police head
quarters and stated that her husband in
changing a S20 gold piece at a Second South
street saloon received a counterteit SIO gold
piece The coin is one of Gagnons manu
facture
THE Mutual Improvement associations of the
Twentieth and Twentyfirst wards meet con
jointly tonignt at 730 pm in the Twentieth
ward meeting house An interesting programme
Js prepared and thoso who attend will be well
entertained
SALT LAKE work for Salt Lake workmen
was the cry of a year ago Just what a hollow
mockery the pledges of the Liberal party have
been is now seen when Salt Lake workmen are
standing around idle and imported hobes are
allowed to fatten at the public crib
THE Union Pacific will run a special train to
the natural gas wells at 7 oclock on Sunday
evening so all who run out there may see an
Illumination of natural pas from the train with
out leaving the cars Prof Eliot the great
authority on natural gas will do the illuminat
ing
OBSERVER SALISBURYS report for yester
days temperature Is as follows At 530 a m
Salt Lake 30 Baker City 26 Cheyenne 28 Den
ver K Helena 22 Miles City 20 Montrose
32 At 1 p mSalt Lake 30 Blnl < ham 23
Ogden 25 Logan 20 Park City 25 Provo 30
Stockton 2S
THE Delta Phi society will give one of its
pleasant balls and sociables at the University
building this evening when Helds orchestra
will furnish a select programme The past en
tertainments of this wellknown society have
been marked social successes and that of to
night will prove no exception to the rule
Ox Saturday at high noon theDemocrats hold
their convention for the purpose of nominating
their ticket There are many beautiful sur
prises In store for the overenthused coLibs
and the party promises to put in a ticket that
will inspire not only strength but enthusiastic
support The convention will be held in the
federal courtroom
Tnt attendance at the Methodist revival was
good last night Dr Iliff was unable to preach
but did some good talking and called for testi
mony from those present as to their religious
experience Tho responses were prompt and
decisive and at the altar service which fol
lowed several were converted There will be
a meeting tonight and all are welcome
Tar Unitarian entertainment at the Metro
politan hotel was a success financially and so
cially The lecture by Dr Utter was enjoy
able and humorous in the extreme The stere
optican views were beautiful After the lec
ture refreshments were served and dancing in
dulged In until quite late The Unitarians are
nothing if not oriainiil and their entertain
ments have the characteristic of novelty of
enjoyment and real sociability
THE Democratic campaign committee of the
Second precinct met at the office of I M
Waddell First South street Wednesday even
ing and organized with William Burke L M
a
Waddell and W R Gibbs as executive commit
tee Other committees were also organized to j
meet at the same place at 7SO this evening I
George E Yeadon secretary Second precinct
PERSONAL MENTION I
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NATE SEARS accompanied by his wife leaves
on the westbound train this morning for San ISo I
Francisco Mr Sears health has been im j
paired for some little time and hh hopes that a i
month on the Pacific coast will greatly improve 1
him
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MISSION AT ST MARKS
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Opening Sermon by Very Rev Father
Webber
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Yesterday morning Father Webber com
menced his work in this city at the mission
now being held at the cathedral by a ser
vice of preparation with a solemn celebra
tion of holy communion At the close of
ho gospel the reverend father spoke briefly
to the assembled worshippers He said all I I
work needs preparation whether it is sec
ular or religious the farmer the business
man and the housewife each had their
time of preparation
In religion we have the mental and the
spiritual the individual and the churchly
preparation As individuals religion and
salvation must mean much yet men often
were so anxious about individual salvation
that they neglected their duty as Chris
tians in society forgetting that if they
give tbeir hearts to God and manifest that
consecration by deeds of mercy and right
acts faith then salvation would be safe
There was an excellent attendance and
lands of helpers were organized to assist
I the reverend father in the evangelistic
work Those who wish to see the father
for private religious counsel will hear the
I time for such announced fron the altar
Father Webber will conduct a service
for men only Sunday aftornoon at the
large ball of St Marks school opposite
the city hall He will deal very plainly
with the topics of the day as relating to
mens duty on the questions of social
purity honesty and truth in their relation
to men as individuals citizens and mem
bers of tho family
VICTORIOUS BOSSES
They Nominate All but One
Slated Candidate
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JUST AS THE HERALD HAD IT
After Loud and Lone Protestation ot Inde
pendence the Liberal Convention
Sustains tho Machine
The Liberal city convention met at
Walkers pavilion at noon yesterday and
the 200 delegates were promptly on hand I
Boss Powers stood at the head of the
stairs and smiled sweetly on the noble 200
as thoy flocked In to the largo hall which
had been tastefully decorated with bunt
ing and the banners of ho various
Liberal organizations
A space in the center of the hall was
roped off for the delegates and outside of
this circus seats were erected for tho
general public The First Brigade band
and orchestra was in attendance and dis
coursed excellent music while the delega
tions were finding their seats
CALLED TO OHDEtt
It was 1230 of the clock when Boss Pow
ers under his little fur cap announced
sotto voce that he presumed it was time to
call the convention to order To think was
to act with the sachem and within a few
moments Powers accompanied by Me
Too Lippman and the Liberal parson Dr
Thrall ascended the platform Powers
doffed his little fur cap as the motley crowd
cheered him and picking up the impro
vised gavel a piece of coal unconsciously
beat the air
THE COLONIZERS Alit COMING
as bo rapped for order Billee Ryans gang
recocnized it and cheered harder than ever
Gentlemen said the boss It is re
quested that during the performance there
shall be no smoking as the ventilation is
very poor and many of you are accustomed
to an outdoor life
The Liberal convention will now come
to order I ask tho Rev Mr Thrall of the
Fourteenth ward to favor us with an in
vocation
TUE PRATER
The pious gentleman said
Almighty God our heavenly father wo turn
our minds from this earth at this time and turn
for a moment to the sweet precincts where thou
dost dwell Give to us oh God the good
heart the stout heart that we may
do our duty as citizens not only of this
city but of a great commonwealth Grant that
we may have strength to do what is best to be
done Help us that we may put In nomination
and in office tho best men making no mistake
in the vast interests involved Grant oh God
that there mav be no mistakes made in tho
nominations from mayor down to marshn
Forgetting ourselves our own personal inter
ests and our desires may wo strive only to
obtain a patriotic government and we ask
Thee ohGod to send us down that spirit which
we need
PRELIMINARY
At the close of the invocation Me Too
read the call of the convention At its
close Boss Powers still suffering from
the effects of the second Assembly ball
Raid
Your convention is now in session
meeting under tho most favorable circum
stances meeting in a Liberal city after
two years of prosperity Not only has the
population increased but wealth through
your efforts has flowed into the city in
golden streams
Rah I rah rah 1 yelled the crowd
The Liberal party is a friend to labor
and knowinc that we have selected as
your temporary chairman a laboring man
I have the honor gentlemen to
nominate as your temporary chair
man Mr Phillip Corcoran and
for your temporary secretary Mr W P
Lvnn I appoint Mr Martin Lannan and
Mr Herman Bamberger as a committee to
escort these gentlemen to their seats
CORCORAXS SPEECH
I Gentlemen of tho convention I heartily
thank this delegation for the honor con
ferred not so much upon me as tlio Liberal
1 working element of St Paul Roars oj
I laughter I mean Suit Lake and then the
j discredited typo went into a ranting and
j tedious stump speech which ho had com
mitted to memory in his sober intervals
I inveighing acainst Bourbon Democracy
home rule and other things closing with a
secondhand rhapsody on patriotism and
I independent action
Mr Corcornn then declared that the
next order of business would be the nomi
I nation of committeemen for various pre
cincts The form was pone through with
but even the form was so shallowly
I gilded with truth that a measly yellow
dog that had crept into the convention
I yelped out his disgust and slipped out of
the door
THE COMMITTEES APPOINTED
G D Shell moved that a committee on
permanent organization and order of busi
ness consisting of one member from each
precinct be selected The motion prevailed
and tho following persons were named
First precinct J J Greenewald Second
precinct W L Dykes Third precinct H
P Mason Fourth precinct Joseph Lipp
man Fifth precinct A M Wood
On motion of Me Too Lippmnn the fol
lowing committee on credentials was
selected in the name way First precinct
J H Harris Second nrecinct E F Coad
Third precinct G D Shell Fourth nrn
cinct Fred Kessler Fifth precinct J H
Bacon
The committee on credentials was then
made up as follows First precinct C M
Jackson Second precinct C C Goodwin
Third precinct C L Hughes Fourth pre
cinct V M C Silva Fifth precinct C E
Allen
THE ADJOURNMENT
These preliminary matters having been
disposed of the question of adjournment
arose and there was quite a squabblo over
it Some wanted to adjourn until 2 others
until 3 and still others until 4 In order to
got some information on the subject Corco
ran asked Judge Goodwin how long it
would take the committee on resolutions to
prepare its report and the old Comstocker
took the wind out of the bumptious little
chairmans sails by replying sarcastically
that his resolution factory wasnt run by
inspiration and he really couldnt toll
After some discussion it was finally de
cided to adjourn until 3 pm
On Reassembling
The afternoon session opened up even
more like a circus than the mornings the
coals fell out of the stove sett ng the floor
afire and water had to be poured on it
causing a dense smoke to rise The band
played and tho buzz and hum of voices filled
the hall with a confused murmur But
that made no difference to the issue the
ticket was cut and dried and all that was
wanted was the signal to launch it
The littlo chairman rapped his gavel at
315 just as the electric lights were turned
on but order did not come with the order
np as everyone knew that everything was
fixed I
WAMPLEJS RECOGNIZED I
On motion of W G Van Horn T W
Vampler was elected reading clerk on ao
count of the liberal expend of his lung
power
The committee on credentials not being
ready to report one of tho wise men of the
First moved to go on with the business of
the convention which was perfectly agreo
able to the little chairman until Boss Pow
ers instructed him in parliamentary ruling
and then he declared the motion out of or
der To soothe the savage breasts the band
playedAnnle Laurie
On motion of a Tribune printer a com
mittee of five was appointed to rustle up
the chairman of the committee on creden
tials
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CREDENTIALS
The chairman of the committee on credentials
dentials after lengthily poring over the
lists reported the following delegates as
entitled to seats in the convention
First Precinct M Breeze W W
Rivers J H Brown J E Wiscomb E W
Loder W J Lynch M G Taylor J A
Morton A L Williams L S Beesly J
H Harris A S Kendall J J Greenwald
William Showell John Sands A Ecklund
C E Oaonbach J Oberndorfer C B
Glenn J L Lawson Harry Ford A B
Williamson J W Houston J D
Jpdegraii William Connors Dan
Loftus R O G Showell J M
Denny Phil Corcorn C M Jackson C
E Wantland W B Sawyer C F Loof
bourow W F Shelton J 1 Moritz T Mul
oy F N Sholton B C Harvey C S
Kinney
Second PrecinctE McKarrick B B
Mann L R Mayne J L Green H J
Jones E F Coed J A Heiss A L Ham i
lint George Keoch C F Kabisis H Buh
ring W C T Schnell C L Hamilton C
C Goodwin J M Harvey M H Farns
worth Harvey Hardy M H Walker R
Mackintosh W P Rowe M M Kaighn
Dr McLean J L Frank M H
Lippman M J Gray H Denhalter
W J McIntyre E L Dubois
G S Erb William Nelson W L Dykes
S H Carlisle T A Wickersham S B
Westorfield J J Thomas J K Gillespie
A G Campbell J H Clark J B Thrall
U P Armstrong L F Kullak Henry
PageJ E Galigher Walter Almy W G
VanHorne T W Wampler A M Janes
B F Whittemore A fisher J J Corum
I nn Tlnnn T U n HT U HThlL
U < U u u uv eI u
ney L C Johnson George Canning J
Butterworth S S Sanford C W Hall
H F Heath
Third Precinct T J Williams W M
Brown H P Mason William Sugden L
W Ditman J J Koberts E L Harkins
C O King J R Morris J L May W L
Harlow F L Dennis G D Shell W S
McCornick J M Lapsley George Lam
bourne J H Jones R L Conely L
Smith T A Bailey John Allcock D Gal
leazzi I J Starbuck C L Hughes Ralph
Wilson Will Druce F G Jenney G A
Roberts Bryant Young T W Power
Fourth PrecInctJoseph Lippmanj H V
Meloy J C Conklin James Glendmning
O A Jennings W P Noble John T Ax
ton H D Niles J D Daly E D Hoge
H T I Ball E F Colborn Fred Kesler J
D Adams T K Stevens 1 M Foster
Joseph Wheeler F H Officer J L Hoke
V 11 C Silva Alfred Dunshee F L
Hines R J Glendinning John Knapp Ed
Milford Fred Trimmer A F Taylor F
G Larimer S B Ripley J B McGrath
Fifth Precinct E Allen Theodore
Burmester E Sells J W Pitt E D R
Thompson C H Parsons C S Varian
W P Lynn H Bamberger L Cohn J
W Cottle J B Blazer L C Karrick G
M Downey J S Daveler F S Hadra L
U Colbath C B Jack Chris Diehl
Samuel Paul A S Martin William Mc
Cr m C L Haines Martin Lannan W H
Sells J H Bacon B K Bloch A M
Wood F 11 Schultz W C Hall Max
Lippman C H Reilly L P Palmer Ed
Kelly J B Rogers J M Ricketts L
Bamberger J T Wall J J McUlosky C
M Brown
The report was adopted and the report of
the committee on permanent organization
and order of business read as follows
WE CALLED THE TURN
We your committee on permanent orgarizn
ton and order of business beg leave to submit
the following report
We recommend for permanent chairman
Judge C F Loufbourow with the following
vicepresidents J M Breeze John Sands j
Henry Bub ring A I Kelly W S McCormick
C L Hushes John J Daly W P Noble
John H Hinman B K Bloch For permanent I I
secretory W G Van Home For asslstat
secretaries or tellers Frank Shelton John L I I
May J D Adams and John Rogers For
reading clerk T W Wampler For sergeant
atanns Walter L Sherman assistant ser
geantsalarms Doxie Dan Wolstenholm
Walter Wiscomb Will Nealy
As to thc order of business wo recommend
Report of committee on credentials
Report of committee on permanent organ I
ization and order of business
3Report of the committee on resolutions
Selection l of a chairman of the city Liberal
committee
Selection of the five members of the city
central committee consisting of J J Green
wald Allen E Campbell Samuel Galleazzi1
H V Meloy Elijah Sells also a chairman
Nomination of a andidate for mayor
l i gg ig
Nomination of a candidate for recorder
S of a candidate for treasurer
Nomination of a candidate for assessor and
c > tor
Nomination I for marshal
I Miscellaneous business
Adjournment
Your committee further recommends that the
vote for every city officer named shall be by
ballot and that no candidate shall be declared
the choice of this convention until ho shall have
received a majority over all tho ballots cast
We further recommend that each precinct in
this convention select a secretary who shall
collect the ballots for his precinct and that tho
result of the ballot shall bo declared by the
chairman of the precinct delegation
Jos LiPiMAN Chairman
A M WOOD
W L DYKES
J J GREENWALD
H P MASON
Committee
Tho report was adopted
JUDGE LOOFDOUROW SPEAKS
Messrs Daveler and Updegraff escorted
Judo Loofbourow to the platform and in
answering the chair the judge said
Gentlemen of the convention A more ap
propriate time than the present for speech
making will come in this campaign I urge you
to use calmness and wisdom in discharging
your duties that the ticket may go before tho
people for approval and not for criticism
AN ABSENT COMMITTEE
As the committee on resolutions was
not ready to report W H Sells moved
that the election of a chairman of the
Liberal city committee be proceeded with
This motion croated a storm of opposi
tion C B Glenn said that the members
of the absent committee were among the
most prominent men in the party He
thought it would be unfair to those gentle
men and unwise to dispose of such an
important matter while they were out
working
This met with the approval of the dele
gates and after a committee had been ap
pointed to wait on the committee a re
cess was taken for fifteen minutes
At the end of that time the committee
came in and reported the following resolu
tions
I
THE RESOLUTION
The Liberal party after two years of steward I
ship In Salt Lake city while not claiming that
no mistakes have been made that none of the I
trusted have proved unfaithful does claim a i i
mighty advance and asks for the con I
tlnued support of its friends Its op
ponents have no criticism to offer
For the first time In political history thc
party in power is so loved by its enemies that
they desire and are earnestly seeking at the
hands of the legislative authority power to
keep an adverse administration In office
administraton otce
I points exultingly to the Increased efficiency I
of the free schools to free water distributed
alike to every resident to the enforcement of i
sanitary regulations that have vastly increased
the comfort and health of the city to I
perfected fire department to improved
streets and sidewalks to an equal assessment
of taxes to an exact accounting for evt r dollar
of the public money expended It glories over
the material advancement of the city and the
thoroughness of the work which it has per
formed in beginning tho change necessary to
convert a hamlet Into a city
It appeals f r the continued confidence of the
people on the score that it has in all its act
been true to American principles that all its
efforts have been for the promoton of the best
interests of tho city and territory and of every
inhabitant there Therefore be i
Resolved That we affirm our determination
to administer the government of the city on the
broad ground of exact justice to every citizen
Resolved That the Improvements now in pro
gress and new Improvements in accord with
modern requirements should be promoted to
the full limit of reasonable expenditures
Ke < olve That good streets and pavements
are necessary adjunct to progress In a city
and therefore we commend these improvements
in particular also
Resolved That wo approve tho work already
done in the way of increasing and more evenly
distributing the water supply and that should
continue t nn until all complaint should die for want
UA Resolved That we commend the Liberal
management of our free schools and urge the
granting of every possible facility for their im
provement
Resolved That we urge the speedy passage in
the legislature of the bill known as the me
chanics lion law
Resolved That eight hours should bylaw
constitute a days labor on all public works
Resolved That free employment offices
shouid be established and that the demands of
iiitolliKont organized labor should always be
received with hearty and serious cor aideratlon
Resolved That we advocate tho adoption of
the Australian ballot law Including the print
ing and distribution of ballots at public ex
pense
Resolved That the best Interests of Utah de
mand the defeat of all attempts to set aside the
coming February election and this convention
respectfully petitions the governor of the territory
tory to withhold his approval of the nefarious
measure
Resolved That this conventicn does solemnly
protest against the passage of either the so
called Fau kner or Teller bill through Congress
as premature unnecessary illadvised and un
desired by a majority of the people and full of
sinister omens of evil to the best interests of
all classes in the territory
Resolved That the thanks of tho Liberal
party are duo to Mayor Scott for the faithful
ness ability perfect integrity and untiring in
dustry which he i as manifested in the discharge
of the duties of his trying office
C C GOODWIN
C E ALLEN
V M C SILVA
C L HUGHES
C M JACKSON
The report was approved and adopted by
a rising vote
TUB REIGN CONTINUED
Next in order of business camp the elec
tion of chairman of the city committee and
I a delegate from the Fifth precinct nomin
ated Judge Powers A dozen men arose to
second it and it carried by acclamation
Instantly shouts of Powers Powers
resounded throusout the hall but the wily
old sachem had withdrawn and a commit
had to be sent after him The boss soon came
I in and his of the stand
and appearance stan was i
the signal for another outburst of ap I
plause
I Judge Powers said that during the past j I
two years he had tried to discharge the
I duties devolving upon him as chairman in
I a manner acceptable to the party In
August 1SS9 for the first time the Lib
erals broke through the barriers of the
church and carried Salt Lake city The
I next morning every hamlet in the union
read the glad news Then followed tho
loner campaign marching behind Stanton
acd the drum corps with the grand old
Connor at their head The men who
marched the streets were not fighting for
offices but for principles and as thev
marched forward their torches lighted the
pathway of liberty When the fight was
over there hart been rolled up for that
grand man George M Scott a majority of
over SOO Since then other victories had
perched upon their banner and Salt Lake
was now for all time an Ameri
can city The people had decreed
that schools should be under the
control of those who believed in American I
institutions The carpetbaggers had
shown that they were fixtures here They
bait beaten the enemy fairly and honestly
Every man who had left their ranks and
bowed down before the Mormon God
was called a gentleman in tho Mormon
oran which he Lord permitted to be pub
lished every morning except Monday Tho
Peoples party that went to bed one night
with the curfew arose the next morning
split in the middle Those Republicans
and Democrats met and said they didnt
want statehood With this they went to
the country and after awhile Faulk
ner got up in the Senate and
Ccine pot up in the House and
demanded Home Rule When the Repub
licans saw what these coop Democrats
had done they decided to so them one bet
tor and demand statehood Today they
j I met the old issue again They met the
I enemy with broken ranks and they must
1 nominate a ticket that would seal the doom
of the other side Ho didnt see how a Re
publican or a Democrat could do anything
that would deliver this country back to the
church again I there was one present
who could not any country before party
he should leave the Liberal party In the
face of the enemy he would not retreat so
ho would accept the chairmanship again
with a bill in Congress advocating Home
Rule the enemies introduced into the leg
islature a bill continuing in office men who
were elected for a certain term With
another reference to tho Faulkner and
Teller bills the judge subsided
THE CITY COMMITTEE
Tho following five named were elected as
central committee J J Greenwald A
G Campbell S Galiazzi H V Meloy and
W C Hall
BASElY NOMINATED
A motion to adjourn until 7 oclock was
put and voted down and the chairman
called for nominations for mayor
At once C E Allen arose and said
Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Conven
tion
ton
Today we nominate the next mayor of Salt
Lake city In the life of every party crises
arise when the leadership of no man will be ac
cepted who ever has shown wavering or refused
the performance of duties his party believed to
be right Therefore we ask that upon our bal
lot no name be placed that represents policy
backsliding cowardice Our flag is nailed to
the cross and we ask It be led to victory under
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