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Home of Smoot SmootDEFENDS Smoott SmootDEFEtJDS SmootDEFENDS
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Provb Provo ProvoNov zNov Novv 7 7T11e 7Te T ie opera house 9uSC was wascrowded wasClowded wascrowded
crowded this evening to hear Judge JudgePowers JudgePowers JudgtIovers
Powers speak many many standing during duringthe durlnJfhe dur1u dur1utiw
the entiretime enUre Un1e that he h was talking lIe Hewas
was 1 S listened lfsteledlo to with tth a great deal of at attention ntttlitlon attiiitloii ¬ S
tention andwas and was US frequently trequ ntly interrupted interruptedlij
lij 1J enthusiastic entl1 cdastica applause lnuc His sullies of ofwit ofwit ofwit
wit and sarcasm s rcnimft at the xpense of the theRepublicans theltepltbi1cmns thelteptlljllcniig
Republicans convulsed eortUJ ed the audience audIenceHis audienceJJjg
Hi His scordhfng scofdhfl1 references l to the cam camItHjgh camu camiudh
ItHjgh u tgn thUt has benn b JIn waged wa cd against him himon himon himon
on on ilocount of the action he had taken takenIn takcn1n takenIn
In the Liberal U rnl days d 3os and by garbled cx cxtruets extruct < yc yctracta
tracta fcptn t11 1n his testimony in the Smoot SmootInveftlgatfon SmoothYeflrg Smootftvetflzi
Inveftlgatfon hYeflrg tion met with WI iii intense approval approvalevldengqid < approvalek1en approvalevWen
evldengqid ek1en qi Uy the close c se attention and andvociferous andoeJCerouti andvoelforoua
vociferous applause whenever a climax climaxwas climaxWIiSreached climaxwas
was WIiSreached WIiSreachedlin readied reathedLt readiedIn
In JiPIt pite of some hoarseness because becauseof
of five Voorsix orsix speeches peoehe during the day daythejudge da dathe daythi
thejudge the jUdge sustained u hdncd his hl wellestablished wellestablishedreputation weJlestablishelreputation wellestablishedrejutation
reputation as a a campaign orator The Theday Thedal Theday
day had been a very hard one for the thejtjdge thejtclge theji4ge
jtjdge He had spoken In Salem Ben Benjamin Benj BenjuiIn ¬
jamin j mln Spanish Fork Mapettm lIaI eton and andSpringville an andSpringvllle < 1 1SlJrIngI1Ie
Springville before h Corc coming to PTOVO At Atevery AtCery Atevery
every place he was greete grNe4 < J with over overflowing OVl1flowing overiJoving ¬
flowing houses and nd enthusiastic and andsympathetic and8tnpathetltt andsynpathetk
sympathetic audience audienceFormer audiencesFormer udlent udlentliormer
Former Mayor Thomas N Naylor Nayloracted NuloratOO Nayloracted
acted as chairman In introducing introducingJadge jntroduclngJtldge ntrodueIngJtedge
Jadge Powers lie made the prediction predictionthat preilictionthat redicUon redicUontbat
that the tJeqeount county state and nation would wouldreturn wouldreturn wouldreturn
return to O the party that had placed placedmanhood placedmanhood placedrnaflhood
manhood above the dollar mark and andhad andhAd andhad
had thtyt test of cttenahip < IU nhIp He spoke spokeof spokeof
of Judge Powers Po ers ability to represent representUtah representUtah representULh
Utah in congress congressFew congressPew ngress ngressFew
Few Excerpts Taken TakenJudge TakenJudge TakenJudge
Judge Powers excused himself for any anylack an3Jaek anylack
lack of enthusiasm he might manifest manifeston
on account account of his numerous speeches speechesduring speechesdutin peechesdurln
during durln the t e day da He referred ferred to the leaf leaflet leafJet lee leeet ¬
let et Issued weo d by the Republican county countychairman COUl1t COUl1tc countychairman
c chairman llrm n and made caustic comments commentson
on the fairness of taking a few e excerpts excerptsfrom excerptsfrom excerptsfrom
from testimony te Umon that covered several severalhundred severalhundred severalhundred
hundred pages He concluded that the theexcerpts theexcerpts
II IIfxcerpts
excerpts were all that could be con considered consl consIered ¬
sidered sl ered objectionable In the testimony testimonyprinted testimonyplintcd testimonyptlntcd
printed he had referred to the days of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the division on party lines Those were werepeculiar werepeculiar werepeculiar
peculiar days when men went to bed at atnight atI1I1ht atnight
night as Democrats and awoke In the themorning themorning
morning as Republicans When Then he hespoke hespoke I IsPoke
spoke of the sheep and the goats he hereferred hereferred I
referred to that kind of men He fur further further further ¬
ther spoke of the testimony before the thecommittee theommlttee thecommittee
committee at the Smoot investigation investigationwhich Investigationwhleb Investigationwhich
which he wanted the Mormon people toretid to toread toread
read He stated tlfat he had gone to tothe tothe tothe
the counsel of Senator Smoot and told toldthem toldthem toldthem
them what he would testify to and told toldthem toldtbem toldthem
them what he would like them tQ ask askhim ask111m askhim
him himHad
Had Taken Honorable Attitude AttitudeHe
He told th them m that he could tell some somethings somethings somethings
things favorable to Utah which he hewaiitad hewtlMI hewanted
wanted tQ tell Then Judge Powers re referred referred referred ¬
ferred to the testimony in which he had hadspoken hadspoken hadsoken
spoken of the great distinction and andhonor andhonor andhonor
honor which had come to Utah people peoplementioning peoplemnUontng peoplementioning
mentioning Miss Adams Miss nss Tout ToutMtse ToutlUss ToutMies
Mtse Gates Gatesllr Mr Oallen and others as asevidence aseYence aseidence
evidence of the condition of high edu education educatJOR eductIo ¬
cation in Utah UtahHe UtahHe
He Ie had gone to the senate committee committee1because committee1JfCtlUIe committeebectuee S
because he was compelled to go as had hadPresident hadPresident hadPresident
President Joseph F Smith and he be believed ¬
lieved both of them had told the truth truthas truthas I
as they the understood it He had refused refusedto
to sign signa 3 a petition for the expulsion of ofSenator ofSellator ofSenator
Senator Smoot telling the Republicans Republicanswho
who ho wanted him to sign it that if they theydid the thedid theydid
did not ot like their I senator they could get getwas getrid
rid oC him in old wa way and that It itwas I
was not a Democratic funeral And Andwhen Andwben Andwhen
when a statement had been brought to tohim tohim tohim
him to sign denying the truth of the thestatement thertatemeqt theststemeat
statement of Joseph Jo eph F Smith before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the committee that the Gentiles of Utah Utahhail Utahhll Utahhad
hail hll consented to certain conditions of ofwhich otwtaleh ofwhich
which President P1f lJhlent Smith testified he had haddeclined haddecllned haddeclined
declined to do so saying 3ing that others othersmight othersnlght thersmlg
might mlg t sign ign aueh neb a statement but that thathe thath thathe
he h could not notTfift notT notT
Tfift T judge jud deprecated depl1C ted the attempt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republicans Repu UcaDS t te revive re ve old conditions conditionsby
by b such methods as those of the t e circu circular circular circuicr ¬
lar the very thing which they objected objectedtoin objectedto
toin to Jn the American party partyHe part partHe partyHe
He pledged p lged himself to faithfully rep represent repretent represent ¬
resent Utah and her interests in con congress conJlPSS congiess ¬
gress JlPSS and to oppose any legislation legislationaimed legislationaimed legislationaimed
aimed exclusively at Utah which he be believed believed beliefed ¬
lieved WItS able to settle her Own dif difficulties difflculUee if ifficulUes ¬
ficulties ft home The tariff the trusts trustsand trustsHnd trustsnntl
and the claims that the Democracy had hadclone badclone haddone
clone nothing for the country were also alsodl aIodIeuiso j jdiaeu
diaeu dl dIeuiso e sati o4I bjf bJ b Judge Powers PowersMusical Powers1IslC8i PowersMusical
Musical and vocal selections were wererendered wereretadered wererendered
rendered Uy J3 alias Pearl Boren Milford MnrOldlcAIUatel MllfordMcAUigter j
McAllister and a trio composed of ofMessrs oft ofMfsors
Messrs t Whttehead Strong and Know KhOwland Knowlard j jland
land I
After the meeting meetln the Democrats en entertinel 1 1tertalnecl
tertained a large 1ar e crowd of people at the theMozart theIocart theMozirt
Mozart pavilion pavilionDEMOCRATS pavilionDEMOCRATS i I iI iDE
Campaigii Closes There With Great GreatDemonstration GreatDemonstation GreatDemonstration
Demonstration DemonstrationSsecial DemonstrationS
Ssecial ill to Tb TiM Herald HeraldJBureka HraJdurekAt HeraldIureka
JBureka urekAt Nov No The Democrats of ofKuretfa ofEureJt ofEureka
Eureka closed t tile campaign tonight tonightwith tonlshtwlth tonightwith
with ft 1 monster meeting In Odd Fellows Fellowshall Ifeno IfenohuT Fellowshull
hall Th famous Boxer BnxE > r club which whichwiis whiCh2S
wiis a 2S n organized four our years ago n o wasout wu was out outIn ou ouIn
in full force f parading the th streets lr e18 In Inuniform Inwl Inuriifrni
uniform wl frm with torches band and Soot Soottteh Stottt8h
tteh bagpipe hH ptp At the hall an entertain entertaining ntertalnIn ¬
ing In programme of eono ong tn recitations re < ttatlon and andspeeches andJtlhe
speeches Jtlhe wasgiven was given Edward Pike pre presided preshied re reRI41 ¬
sided RI41 and addrewed thevoters thPvott > 1S on the thelo thtIn theo
lo o d I ticket tlck > t V Rydalch of Provo Provomade 1 lrovoniade > 100 100made
made an eloquent and logical address addresson ad r r1m
on national Kiwis IIn one nn of the best bestspeeches bpstrfehf bestspeehes
speeches rfehf heard to Eureka J rekA during the thetatnpaign the8mpalgn theanipalgn
tatnpaign At the ronclueion ronclu ion of the theprogramme theprllgrammf theprsgramflle
programme every lady lAd present resent was 821 821CI1 glv glvnliih
CI1 a ehanct to Ju guess at the majority
nliih Ti1il 11Ioh j1 the th Democratic Dpmo < < ratlr candidates for forf foreceigrPss
eceigrPss f icr ss governor oernor j state tat ate senator 8 < > nato and andrqresentatlve nd
representative r would ould have In Eureka Eurekaovr I
OVIM 0 the lit BqpubHran R Ubl1t n caudldaieg for or the thefttMe thetall1C 1 1aMI
fttMe aMI office orn Four handsome prizes will willbe Willbt willbe
be awarded those whose llo e estimate estimatecomes esUmuteOllletS
comes nearest the lh theactual actual majority mjor nuiiurftyMEETLNGS ly lyMEETINGS
Both Parties Hold Rallies There ThereSpecial ThereSpeetal ThereSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldKaysvljjle HeraldKasJJJc HeraldKaysv1Ie
Kaysvljjle Now Nov7Both 7 7Both Both the Republi Republicans RepubUCfI1S Republicrpl ¬
cans find 4tndOemoerath nd D Democrats moernts held rallies here herethis herethis heretIlls
this evening ov lng the latter latt l drawing the thelarger U1elarger thelarger
larger crowd The Republicans had for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their principal speaker Ben E Rich Richand RichAna Richand
and sent over to the Democratic meet meetIng meetIng meetlag
Ing a chajllange to a deba debate tee The Demo Democratic DemolraUe Demoeratle ¬
cratic leaders after considering the mat matter mattcr matterdec1ded ¬
ter terdec1ded decided to refuse the offer on the theground theground theground
ground that they did not care to fur furnish furnish furnish ¬
nish speakers spe kers for a Republican rally rallyso
so that their opponents could draw a acrowd aclowd acrowd
crowd The Democrats believed that as asthey asthey asthey
they had the larger meeting their theirspeakers theirspORkers theirspskers
speakers would do more good where wherethoy whereUIGy wheretho
thoy tho weife weifeTwo waJ weiteTwo c cTwo
Two weeksago woeks ago when Judge Powers Powerspoke Powerstipoke Powersspoke
poke here for the Democrats Demoern < the > Re Republicans RepUblicans Republicans ¬
publicans were Challenged < to a dobaic dobaicThey dabateThe j ate ateThE
They ThE refused rEuRe they said 8id because be < a usf the theBreaker thespeaker tliespeaker I i
speaker they expected exr < ted Joseph J seph Howell HowelJI
IX > t t fe Uk UkWITH
t The Q i Coffee that the Cook Tea Coffee Co Cos sells lls at t 40c per pound poundIT pou d dI dIT
t I >
did not appear and they feared to trust trusttheir trusttheir trusttheir
their fortunes to Wes1y esly K Walton Waltonthe Waltoxithe Yallolv
the substitute substituteAfter sub substituteAfter titutc r rAfter
After the Republican rallythis ran rally this even evening event evening ¬
ing a number of those in attendance attendancetook attendancet attendancet9ok
t took t oK wagon and went flt over to La Layton Laytonto ton tonI tonto
to attend a Republican l1 social socialGLEN 15ocIalGLEN socialGLEN
Remote From FrontBti1road Railroad R ilroad He Makes MakesNasty MakesWasty
I Nasty Speech SpeechSnecial SpeechSJinl SpeechS SpeechSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldHuntington HeraldHuntington icraldHuntliigthn
Huntington Nov 6 6Last Last night the theRepublicans theHcpublicans theRepublicans
Republicans had a a rally rail here Glen GlenMiller GlenlI GlenMI1lr
Miller lI lII r of Salt Lake w was RS isthe the principal principalspeaker nrhtcipalIeaker principalSPeaker
speaker and in referring to some some of ofPJirkers oflrker5 of1trkers
PJirkers 1trkers lrker5 speeches he said that some of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the things Parker said w were > re d dd d lies liesHe lipsoI liesHe
He said the American party p rty was a aDemocratic aDtmocraUe aDemocratic
I Democratic side show howand and they lh > y both bothwere bothWEre bothvue
were working to create createt > reijgtous leiJ lous prej prejudice prejudice prejudice ¬
udice He read front rom speeihei speelhc of If JPrank JPrankCannon Frank FrankCannon FrankCannon
Cannon and Senator SenatorDub Dubois i topr to prove provethat e etbut
that both the American party and proveI the theDemocrats theDemocrats theDemocrats I
Democrats said the Mormon people peoplewere pcoplw peoplewere
were w re all criminals criminalsThere ciimlnalsThere cilmlnalsThere
There never was a speaker sp ak r in Emery Emerycounty Emeryccunly Emeryccunty
county that appealed stronger to reli religious reliSious rollgious ¬
gious prejudice and for church Influ Influence Influence influence ¬
ence than he did He said there th re was an animported animported animported
imported speaker from Colorado speak speaking speaking speakS ¬
ing withJudge with Judge Powers in the theater theatertonight the ter tertonight tertonight S
tonight that told the miners at the coal coalcamps coalcnmps coalcamps
camps that he would rather be an 1 an anarchist anrhist anarchist ¬
archist than vote the Republican ticket tfcketand ticketand
and Miller referred to the assassination assassinationof
of President McKInley by an anarchist anarchisttj S
tj t create the impression impressionthat that the Dem Democrats DemOCrats DemoCrats ¬ S
ocrats were were responsible for that mur murder murd murd ¬
der d r
derMiller rIiiler
Miller spent about twenty minutes in inscoring Ins inS
scoring s < oring Judge Powers for affiliating affiliatingwith affiliatingith affiliatingwith S
with ith the American Atnericanparty party part and said that thatwas th thatS lt ltwas
was what the people might look for If IfPowers itPowers I IPowers S
Powers were elected Democrats of ofHuntington orHuntington
Huntington only wish that Miller could couldbe couldbe couldhe S
be heard touse to use the same language in inevery ineery inevery
every town In the etate tate before election electionas
as he did the Democrats more good goodhere goodhere goodhere
here last night than harm as 3 a number anumberof numberof
of Democrats said they Uie expected to toscratch toscratch toscratch
scratch the ticket but now they would wouldvote wouldvote wouldvote
vote it straight straightCANNONS straightCANNONS straightCANNONS
Says Roberts Now Nowls Is Not the RobJ RobJerts Rob Boberts Roberts S
erts of 1895 1895The 1895The j jThe
The American partjj held h ld the closing closingrally closingrnll closingrally
rally rnll of thecampaign the campaign last night in tfie tfieUtahna tt1eUtahna teUtahna
Utahna park theatref theatre 1 J Daly pro pr prsided prosided j
sided There was a large crowd crowdpres crowdpresent pres presS j
ent entand and Helds band played a number numberof S i iof
of popular airs before the meeting was wa wacalled w wcalled > I Icalled
called to order As A usual Frank J JCannon JCannon JCannon
Cannon was the principal speaker spe ker br brhe brhe brhe
he enunciated en no new ideas and did didarouse didarouse to toarouse
arouse the customary enthusiasm He Hedevoted HeS j
devoted most of his talk to assailing nasatliniBlgham S
Brigham H Roberts who seemed s eined to tomade tohave tohave
have aroused his Ire b3o statements statementsmade statementsmade
made in a speech at Brigham Saturday Saturdaynight sturd sturdnight Saturditynight
night when hen he poured hot shot sh tlntQ tlntQthe Into Intothe 1nt I Ithe
the American party partyMr partyllrJ partyMn
Mr llrJ Cannon began his speech by say ¬
ing We are on the eve e of battle for forAmerican fOrAmerJcan forAmerican
American rights in this commonwealth commonwealththose commonenltJtOur
Our numbers ma may not be a5 large as asS
those of our opponents but we can hold holdthe holdthe S I
the pass 1 pes > 888 until the reinforcements come comeup comeup comeup
up There are S2800000 behind us and and800WOOO and8O0 kndsO000QOO
800WOOO 8O0 009 are ready read to bu b hi soldiers wich wichus wichus withS
us in this war We will hold the line lineuntil lIneunUl lineuntil S
until they th the storm and carry the enemys enemysworks enemysworks enemysworks
works We can take to ourselves one onecomfort onecomfort onecomfort
comfort and that is that the opposi opposition opposition opposit1ot ¬
tion is demoralized Instead of meet meeting meetIng meetlag ¬
ing here in Salt Lake in battle array arraywher arraywher arraywher
wher the fight 1t ht Is going on they the r are areon areon areon
on dress parade at Brigham City CityH Clt CltH ClyH
H said Mr Roberts had gone to toBrigham toBigham toS
Brigham City to answer the charges chargesmade chargesmade chargesmade S
made by b the American party in Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City As well might the th Rus Russians Russians Russhins ¬ I
sians abandon Port Arthur and go to tothe tothe tothe
the island of Formosa and fight cht a three threedays threeda3os
days sham battle as for Mr Roberts Robertsto i ito j i
to go to Brigham sixty slxt miles from the theS i ijxInt
point of attack to repel the accusa accusations accusations S i
tions of the Americans There had been beentimes beentimes i itimes
times in the career of Mr Roberts Mr MrCannon Ir IrCannon j jism
Cannon said when he wn In antagon antagonIsm antagonism
ism to the supreme authorities of the theMormon theIormofi theMormon
Mormon church and again againtimes times when whenhe hen L Lhe I
he was in subjection to them ih m His Hisspeeches I Ispeeches
speeches in this campaign didnt sound soundlike soundlike soundlike I
like the utterances ut elances of Brigham H Rob Roberts Roberts ¬
erts of 1S95 1S > >
I Not an act had the legislature legislaturei legislaturesince
i since 1886 he declared dec ued to which the thechurch thechurch thcchurch
church leaders were opposed not an anact anact au i iact
act had failed to pass pa that they th fa favored favored a avored ¬
vored no man had been elected fnUtalt fnUtaltto itt Utah L
to whom they were opposed and no noman noman ucS I LI
man had failed cf election whom they theywanted theywAntedolected theywAnted S
wanted wAntedolected wAntedolectedE elected electedB
E B Critchlow preceded Mr 1 Cainon CainonHe C31nonBe CainonHe
He reviewed reVie ed the local and state politi political political volitir ¬
cal situation from the American party partyviewpoint partyYlep partyvIeWpOInt r
viewpoint Ylep 1nl He asserted that the Mor Mormon Morthon Ior Iorman ¬
mon church was sanpl 6l t g and under underI undcrmining
I I mining mlnin the manhood of the people of ofi 01 L Lthe
i the state and that it had nianyso com completely comptet comrnpItIy
pletely ptet b under Ulu1 r its subjection and con control control ¬ j
I trol thatthey that they did not dare are to protest protestagainst prot protcelagainst t tt I
I against its domineering and blighting bilbtln bilbtlninfluence
t I influence The High Jh church authorities authoritieshe authoritlI
I he said Id would not permit anyone to en engage engage engage ¬
gage in the production ofsalt 0 salt in the theproduction theproduction th u uproduction
production of sugar In the handling of ofagricultural ofa 01 01agricultural
agricultural a rlC ltural implements in manufac manufacturing manuCacturlng munufacturing ¬
turing shoes sh es or Jn n othar lines or bus business busntM buslness ¬
ness ntM of o which the church now has a amonopoly amonopol3 L Lmonomiy
monopoly unlessthey uf11 uhleesthaScollect tll colleet coll ct tithes tithesj i it1uoe i
I IS from ° ° those Ulo e so engaged engagedj onugedWllihtm 5 5William
j I S William M Fejrry b ry candidate on the theI th thjzneticafl >
Amerlran pwty ticket for governor governormade
j I made ma e a speech in which he hegave gave an out ¬
I line sketch of the he history of ofthe the Amer Atn r
lean colonies and the United States
from fr m the landing at Plymouth Rock up u uto i
to tothe the present Jr ent time timeILJ timeILLEGALLY
Arrests Will Be BeNade Made on Attempt to toVote toVote ti tiVote i
Vote VoteOne VoteOne VoteOne
One of the chief duties of the party partwatchers
watchers at the polls In Salt Lake Lakecounty Lakecounty Lakicounty
county today will lie In ie e direction of a r
keeping out illegal votes That the theregistration theegistration thireglstratj
registration lists Ii ts have been greatly groatipadded
padded is beyond doubt and every ef ¬
fort will wiilbe be made to prevent those Who i
have been fraudulently raudulenUyroglst registered r d from tr n 1
casting a ballot State Chairman Bam
berger and County Chairman Thomas Thomasof Thomaof
of the Democratic party have offered offer offeredreward d a areward areward L
reward of 50 for the arrest and con convictttm convleWm convictthn
victttm of each person who attempts S
to vote in violation of the law Ar Arrangements Arlangements Arrangcments ¬
rangements have been completed to t 1
have officers ot cers at each polling place in inreadiness Inreadiness Ii Iireadiness
readiness to make mak arrests immediately Immedlntel p8 p8following
following complaints complaintsTh
Th The matter 1J1atter hn has penn Viohn ebn tnV taken > n nnesk4Alroady up upin > in oarS oar
nesk4Alroady nest Already applicationsaor applications for war warrartls warS o17 S j
rartls rU tShave have been madeIn madp hY In ggveral S ral j crises asfs asfswh S Swhere S i iwhere
where wh re the committee ha has reason to be j j
lieve attempts utt < tpts will be made to vote voteOne vole01J
One 01J case reported yesterday > sterda was that thatof thatI thatof
I of a man and his wife wlr who arrived arrivedfrpm irrtVfdfrQm
frpm Michigan last June registered registeredthis reglsleredthl
this thl fall and have been boasting that thatthey thatthc thatthey
they thc would voteThe vote The Democratic coun county count county
ty t committee is in possession of their thoirname thplrname theirumnie
name and residence and if they at attempt attempt attelUpt ¬
tempt to vote they will be promptly ar arrested arrc atrested ¬
rested restedPoliro rc restedPolice < rted rtedPolIe
Police officers are authority for the thestatement thestntement thestatement
statement that several persons pe ns who whohave whohae whohave
have been arrested fo1 far drunkenness drunkennessand ntunkennefsand hrunkennessand
and vagrancy lately claim to have havebeen hflebeen
been registered in one of the th uptown uptowndistricts
J districts although by their own state statements 5tatementsthey statenmnts ¬
ments mentsthey they lack the theresidence residence neces necessary neccssary necessary ¬
sary to tocntitle entitle them to tovote vote ote legally legallyHAS legal legalHAS legallyHAS
B S Harmsen Not NotRepresentative Representative of ofDemocratic ofDemocratic ofS
S Democratic Committee CommitteeIn
In a statement made yesterday the theDemocratic thoDemocratic
Democratic county ount committee calls at attefition atte atteultion
tefition te ltion to recent actions of B S Harm Harmsen Hannsen
sen of Bingham Junction and asks that thatDemocrats thatDemorats thatDemocrats
Democrats of Salt Lake county be ad advised advised ¬
vised that Mr Harmsen has no con conncctoi connccUol conneetlon
ncctoi with ith the committee and an is not notIn notin
In any way authorized to speak for the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The committee is advised that Mr MrHarmsen MrHarmen lr lrHann
Harmsen Hann en telephoned from American Americanparty AmerIcRnI AmericanParty
party headquarters headquartprs yesterday to several severalDemocratic seeralDemocra severalDemocratic
I Democratic Democra tic precinct prebinct chairmen in the thecounty thecount
county count claiming that he was speaking spealdngI
j for the Democratic Democra tic county count committee committeeand committeeand committeeand
I and asserting a erting that the committee was wassacrificing wasI vnssacrificing
I sacrificing the county ticket and urg ¬
I ing the precinct chairmen to join in a ascheme S
scheme to slaughter part of the ticket ticketWhen ticketYhen ticketWhen
When the matter was brought to the theattention theattention theattention
attention of County Count Chairman Thomas Thomashe Thomahe Thomashe
he Immediately addressed himself to toMr toMr
Mr Harmsen in no uncertain terms termsclosing termsclosing termsclosing
closing his personal references by bywarning bywarning
warning Mr 1r Harmeen to keep away awa awafrom >
from Democratic headquarters in fu future future future ¬
ture Mr Harmseri left with the ex expressed expressed cxpressed ¬
pressed intention of beating the entire entireticket entireticket entireticket
ticket in Murray lurra and Bingham Junc Junction JuncHon Junction ¬
tion tionMr S
Mr r Harmsen was put on the legis legislative legisJaUve legislative ¬
lative ticket at the county count convention conventionbut conventionbut
but was subsequently removed by the thecommittee thecommittee
committee He has beenendeavoring beenend aYoring
from frointime time to timeduring tlm time durlngthe d ring the campaign campaignto ampaignS
to secure funds from the committee for forthestated forthe forthe S
thestated the stated purpose of oias assisting lsttn in the thecampaign thecampaign
campaign In the county but his re requests requests requests ¬ S
quests have been denied Within the thepast thepast
past week he made an unsuccessful ef effort effort f ffort ¬
fort to impeach the loyalty jf f one of ofthe ofthe ofS
the precinct chairmen His actions actionsyesterday a Uons Uonsesterday Aonsyesterday S
yesterday brought broug 1t matters mat crs to a climax climaxThe cltmaxThe climaxTh
The Th committee does do s not believe he hehas heba
has ba any influence nlluence In the places named namedor namedS amedor S
or elsewhere but believes It is expe expedient pxpedlent expedient ¬ S
dient to warn am all voters that Mr Ir Harm Harmsenhas Harmsenhas arm
senhas no authority to tospeak = speak for the theDemocratic theDemocratic theS
Democratic county committee on any anymatter anymatter anymatter S
Wi W W Taylor TaylorAdvises Advises Brethren How Howto Eowto ton
to Vote VoteW VoteV Votew S
W V W v Taylor is is out with ith a thought thoughtful thous11tful ¬
ful UI card in which he hcshowfl shows the colored coloredpeople eolor colorecpeople d I 1 1people
people just why they should vote the theRepublican UnS
Republican ticket Mr Taylor alleges allegesthat nllegesthat allegesthat S
that tu a very er clever wicked scheme is ison h
011 foot to mislead and deceive the thecolored thecolored th
colored voters and to prejudice them themagainst I
against those leaders of the Republican Republicanparty Republicanpart Republicarparty I
party part who may mil belong to the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch Mormorchurch
church He cites that although Ezra EzraThompson EzraThompson
Thompson a Gentile was mayor ma ol of ofSalt ofSalt o oSalt t
Salt Lake for four years ears he never ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed Lincoln Jones and P PHowell C CHowell CHowell
Howell colored to any au position what whatsoever whatoeer whatsoever ¬
soever On the other hand however howeverJames howeverJames howeverJames
James H Anderson and W Yo W Yo Wilson WilsonMormons Yil80nMormons
Mormons have 1it e appointed John Burns Burnslawn Burnslawn 5
lawn man on the city and county countygrounds countygroun r
grounds groun sand and W W Taylor T 3olol licence licencecollector 1ice 1icecollector licenicollector i i
collector for Salt Lake county countyThis countyThis
This will probably deprive the Demo Democrats
crats of many colored col red votes otes they never neverhad neverhad nevelhad L
Frick and Booth Speak in the theTheatre th theTheatre S STheatre i
Theatre TheatreWhen Theatrehen TheatreWhen
When hen Spoil Binder J E Frick Fri < k fin finished finIshed tinished ¬
ished speaking at the Salt Lake theatre theatrelast theatrelast theatrlast
last evening the crowd crowdIf if the audi audience audence ¬
ence cOuld be called such suchnro sucharose arose e as asone asone a aone S
one man to leave for their homes homesOther hom homOther homesOther
Other speakers were on the programme programmebut programmebut
but those present seemed seem d to have haveenough haveenough hav havenough
enough Republican oratory for one oneevening oneevening on
evening and the final grand rally raU of ofthe O athe f
the campaign came to a sudden end endwithout endwIthout em j I
without any un of the redfire red fire frills that thatusually thausually t
usually mark the finish of a political politicalcampaign poUtlculcampaign I Icam j
campaign campaignThe campaignThe cam paign S I
The speakers spent the greater St part partof partof par parof t
of the time telling how Abraham Lin Lincoln IincoIn Lincola ¬
coIn freed the slaves saes andwiil and wHot hat Teddy >
Roosevelt noo ee1t had h H1 done to the tl1 tl trusts Teddyt but butthe butthe bu buthe t
the name of John C Cutler or any anyof anyof an V Vof
of the other leading candidates andldot < S in the thesUate theKtate thistate
state wag not mentioned once during durinithe
the evening tyeningGeorJe eveningGeorge
George A Smith the th < first speaker speakerdid 5p speakerS > akpr akprdid
did not once touch a single local issue Issuebut S
but instead Claimed that every good goodthing goodthln goat 1 1thing I
thing thln that has happened < in the th world worldsince worldslncc worl I Isince 1
since the flood was through theefforts theeffortsof S Sthe 5
of the Republican Hep llCal1 party He closed his hisremarks hisr hi S Sremarks 5
remarks r > mark by b asking u kin the voters o n toj to sus sustain mistahi u utain ¬
tain the Republican Hepubllcanpnrty party at the th polls pollstoday polJstoda3o poll S Stoday
today todayH toda3oH
H j E 1 < Booth tnenex tie next t speaker was wasthe wa S Sthe
the man manwith with the th figures O tlres and nd affidavits aftdayltHe
He produced plodul > d figures to provo that the theRepublican theRcpUhllnn tb C
Republican olllce holders had h d mad mademoney madInonliy madmoney CC C
money for the county Ount sihice iice It being b Ing in inofilco inoffico Ii II 1
ofilco and the amounts were so 0 great greatthat greMthat gre grethat IIt t
that many man looked for or him to say sri that thatthe thatth I 1
the th party would declare a dividend ahlrl 1 to tothe I Ithe 1
the taxpayers tnxpl yr the th day after election electionAccording pcltonACMrdlng I IAccording
According to Mr Booth the sheriffs of office oftke ¬
lice and an the county clerks clelk offices are arebetter arebettrmone ar C
better bettrmone money makers mal < ers than the average averagenational uVtragenational averagnational e
national bank and the present Incum Imumbents ineumbeats
bents are better financiers than Rocks Rockefeller Roekofeller Rocksfeller ¬
feller He also had a stack of oftlgures oftlguresn figures figureson S SOn
on n hand to prove that the theGentiles Gentiles were weregetting weregettln s sgetting L
getting all the th coin and that the Mor Mormons Mormons Mormona ¬
mons were merely working for glory
He also read an affidavit from Axel Ax I
Steele to the effect that he did not al ¬
low Heber J JGralf Gran tp t get out o t of the thestate thestate Ui e estate
state while he had a warrant for his hisarrest hIsarrest hi Sarrestsafe s
arrest arrestsafe safe are In his Inside pocket p pocketE cket cketJ
J EFrick E Prick went after Frank J Can Canndn Cann Cannon
non n and Judge Powers He Intimated Intimatedthat intimatedtha d dthat i
that tha Judge Powers was not posted p ted on onthe o a athe
the tariff question but failed to say saywhether sa y ywhether f
whether Howell was any more in
formed on the same questions and he h s
did not mention the congressmans congressmansname co gressmans gressmansname a aname 3
name In fact one would not know ir
there were any candidates for office on o a i
the Republican ticket from all that thatwas thatwas the t tsah
was said last evening Mr Frick took tooka too k ka v
a a shot at the law firm of Powers
Str3up Lippman and the ahole hole aupl auplence audi 1 1ence
ence ence gasped Sa ped for breath brcathasb as air Strj trau un ul t
was ss the tht chairman j RC > rthe the ming m tlni Mn tp tu
Frick saw his hl mistake niist ke a momentlater m menthl ar r
and a nd then began b < g n to eulogize Mr Straup Straupto
to t o rectify ledif his crror errorThe crrorThe
The Roosevelt quartet consisting consjstln of offour oCfopr ofour
four f our young oung girls furnished the singing singingwhich singIngwhich
which was good goodPOLLING goodPOLLING goodS >
Where Vh e Voters Should ShouldCast Cast Their Bal Ballots J3 BalS l l1ot
S S lots 1ot Today TodayPolling TOdayPollinS
Polling places plac s for f l all voting districts districtsof
of S Salt Lake L ke county couht couhy werfr yesterday yesterdaygivenout jesterdagie
givenout gie g ivoft out by County Clerk James as asfollows asfoHows
follows followsFirst foHowsFirst t oiiovsFirst S
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Second SecondHesldence Residence of Charles E EBeers EBeers
Beers 1078 Eighth East I IThird IThhdFJrst
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Eighth h h East between tretweenSoouth bvtw en Seventh and andEighth andElgh
Eighth Elgh Eighth h South SouthFourth SouthFourthResidence S
Fourth FourthResidence Residence of George Bowles
654 6 54 Fourth East EastFifth oastFlfthYoolleys
Fifth FlfthYoolleys Woolleys store corner State Stateand Stateand
and a nd Seventh South SouthiSixth uth uthixtllNorthest
Sixth SixthNorth ixtllNorthest Northwest west corner cbrner Fourth FourthSouth FourthSouth Fourthouth
South S outh and State StateSeventh StateSenlhClty
Seventh SenlhClty City and county building buildingroom7 bUildingroom buildingoomi
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Eighth Eighthiinth EighthNirit Ninth li war war3 annex S mex corner cornerFourth cornerFourth S
Fourth South and Fifth East EastNinth EastNinthii EastNinth5r
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Tenth renthTenth Tenth ward annex annexEleventh annexEleenthRe
Eleventh EleenthRe EleventhResidence Residence dence of James V VStanding VStanding V
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Twelfth TwelfthFourth Fourth ward ard annex south southwest southwest ¬
west corner corner Seventh South and WestTemple West VestTemvle
Temple TempleThirteenth TemvleThirteenthThirtieth TempleThlrtenthTlijrttethi
Thirteenth ThirteenthThirtieth ThlrtenthTlijrttethiward Thirtieth ward annex annexcorner annexorner annexorner
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non n on street streetSeventeenth streetSeventeenthSixth
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263 2 63 West First Nortti17 Nortti17Twentyninth Xortt Nortl
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Thirtyseventh TliiJt ThirtyseventhIndependent seventhIudependent independent school schoolhouse 5hoolhou8e
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Republican Republcn R End En of County Leaves LeavesThat LeavesThat
That Party PartySpecial Pary ParySpeial
S Special Speial to The Herald HeraldNephi Herid heraldNephl
S Nephi Nov No 7 iThe The campaign was wasclosed wasclosed waslosed
closed c here tonightby toni tonight ht b by the Democrats Democratswith Democrts Democrtswih Democratsith
with wih w ith a great demonstration d monstraton A parade paradewas paradeatS paradewas
was atS formed four fOU blocks blo k long and for foron toran foun
on a n hour the whole city < it ty wus illuminated illuminatedwith iumlnated iumlnatedwin Ihluminatecwith
with win torches torches bonfires bonfres and skyrockets skyrocketsJudge sk3oroketsJUdge skyrocketsudge
Judge J udge King closed the thl campaign with withone will willone witine
one o ne of his characteristic oharadorlste speechea speecheaspeech speeches speechesspeech a aspeech
speech s that thR brought forth shouts of ofapproval ofapproaJ ol
approval a from fr m the the laboring laboringas5es laboringas5esI classes classesIt
It I is coneeeded that Powers P WN Moyle Moyleand 1oyle 1oyleand M0ylnd
and a nd the county ticket tcket tleketwihl will wi carry carr Nephi N < Ihi
The Republicans Hepublcals claim seventyfive seventyfivej 5venthe seven ty11v ty11vajority
j majority maoriy m for Roosevelt Roosfyelt while whie the Demo Democrats Demorats
j I crats c concede conoedeon conoedeonly only fifty ff
In Levan the campaign was closed closedat close closet
at a t 2 oclock this afternoon aferoon by b a speech speechby specchb3o speed speedy
by b y Judge J dge King ing The county ticket tcket will willcarry wf wilarry
carry carr c arry the precinct and the majority majoriy for forRoosevelt fCr fCrRooseeI fouRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseeI will wi he cut down consider considerably conslderabl3o considerbly ¬
ably a bly Returns REturns from Mona tonight tonightshow tonightshow tonighthow
show s that the the Democrats will wf carry
Mona by about forty fort majority Juab Juabwillgive Juabwi Juatwill
willgive wi will give a Democratic majority of ofthirteen ofthirteen ol olhirteen
thirteen t Thus the th heretofore Republi Republican Republ Republian ¬
can c an majority on this side of the county countis
Is i s expected to be wiped wip d out outSUMMIT outSUT outS outSUMMIT
County Count C Will Wil Roll Rol Up Big Majorities MajoritiesTor Majortes MajortesForDemocrats i iS
S Tor ForDemocrats ForDemocratsSpeial Democrats DemocratsSpecial DemocratsS DemocratsSpecial
S Special Speial to The Herald HeraldPark Herld HerldPark HeraldPark
Park City Nov 7 7At At the close d0c of ofthe ofthe 0 f
the t he campaign camp lgn in Summit S mmi county count this thisevening thiseening
evening e lh the Democratic Democratc county com committee commitee cQmmittee ¬
mittee mitee is jubilant jubiant over the outlook outook All Allindications AUIndcatons Al Alndications
indications Indcatons i now point to sweeping ma majorities majort maortties ¬
jorities jort j ies for the local and state st te candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates in the county Itis Ii predicted by b bhe
the th t he Democratic chairman and con conceded conceded coneded ¬
ceded c by b the Republicans Republcns that Judge JudgePowers JudgePowers
Powers and John W Geiger will wi roll rollup rol rolp
up u p such majorities majorites as have never be b bfore beore ¬
fore f ore been polled poled in Summit Summi county count countyames
James JameE J ames H Moyle JQ le will wU1egve leave Summit with witha witia
a handsome majority and andal andall all the other othercandidates othercandidates othecandidates
candidates for state and judicial of offices offC oflces ¬
fices fC I S can rest r t assured that Summit Summitcounty Summitcount Summicounty
county count will wI remain realn in the future as it ithas i I Ihas
has been In the past pa true to the princi principles prInciples principIes ¬
ples of Jefferson Jeferson as a a bannerDemo bannerDemocratic banner Demo Democralc Demoratic ¬
cratic cralc c county count of Utah UtahCOBB UthCOBB Utahco
Greatest Political P tc Rally RailyEver aly Ever Held eld in inthe ii 1 1S 1the
S the Town TownSpecial TownS ow
S Special Sp I31 5to to t The Herald HeraldPark HeraldPark I
Park City Nov 7 7The The Dewey
theatre was packed to its it utmost utmostcapacity utpost utpostcpaciy utrpostcapacity
capacity cpaciy tonight and a new nc standard standardset st ndard ndardset
set s et for political pJUcal meeting meotngp by the th Demo Democratic Democratc Democratic ¬
cratic cratc speaker Z L Cobb of of Texas TexasLong TexasLong TexasLong
Long before bef iethe fe the appointed appolite hour the thehouse
house hous was filled fled and at at the time tme oat eetthe oathe
the t he speaker appeared together with withthe withthe
the local candidates The Park City Citymilitary Cl CityrnIlitar
military mitar rnIlitar band was in attendance atendance and andfurnished andfurnIshed andfurnished
furnished music musiC on the street before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the meeting meetng began A quartette of oflocal ofocal
local l ocal singers singer entertained entert ined the crowd for fora forI
a a short time tme before Edward Edward W V Bery BelS
Democratic Democraic nominee nOpinee of the th state legis legislature legislature legisature ¬
lature l the chairman cllnnan of the evening eveningntrOduced
introduced i the principal prin lpal speaker speakerMr speakerMr peakerMr
Mr Cobb began in his hf usual way wayand wayand wayand
and with wih an apt story stOI or two got the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd In the right humor and held it itall Itall itall
all during his remarks He spoke on onthe onthe onthe
the national natonal issues for some time tme and andwas andwas andwas
was listened lstened to with wih marked attention atten attentionby ton tonby
by the large audience It I might be beadded beadded beadded
added that at a this particular partcular meeting meetng a anew anew anew
new record was established establshed for politi political polt political ¬
cal rallies rales in Park City Cf as during the theentire theentiretmeMr theentire
entire entiretmeMr timeMr Cobb was speaking notj not nota
a person left lef the hall hallMr hal hailS hailMr
S Mr Ir Cobb made a hit with wih the people
here hCe with wIh his discussion of the Colo Colorado Colordo Cob CobmOo
mOo rdo situation siuaton and when lIe denounced denouncedmilitarism denouncedm1talism denouncedmilitarism
militarism m1talism and Peabodyism Peabod ism and ad the thetreatment thetreatment
treatment which hleh the citizens ctzens of the theCentennial theCenteantal
Centennial state received at the hands handsofthe
ofthe 0 of the mtlitaunder mIltn militia und under r the command q mmand of
Sherman Bell Bel his remarks were met metwith metwith metwith
with a storm torm of oCappla ofapplause applaus u e which voiced voicedthe voicedthe voicedthe
the sentiments sentments of the thcpcOple people of Park
City Clt cit upon this thisissue thisissueThe issue issuefThe IssuefThe
fThe local candidates candidate received receved atten attention aten atentio attentioI ¬
tion tio 1 from tom the speaker spe lccl and at at the men m awntiesu i ¬
don of ea each a h of the the names of Powers PO rs
Moyle lole Geiger Gefs r Varian arian and the other othercandidates othercal othercandidates
candidates cal djdates for state offices ofce provoked provokedstovms proyokedrs provokedstnvms
stovms rs of o 5f apDlause aprause At this particular particularpoint particularpoint artcular artcularpOint
point in hip hi remarks the speaker paid paidallowing paidaJlo paidaglowig
allowing aJlo ingtrnte tribute to toJudgcPowen Judge Powers He Herecited HereIed Herecited I
recited reIed how when htn ben the the people of Utah Utahtvere Utahtr Utahwere
were tr assailf a5saiH1 assailedIn < l in rh Portland llwta nr at the min mm ¬
ing jt iugcongrPre cougrpfri OtgfR Judge Ju e Powers PoE was wa their
defender def < ld r and how he h in with wih a i few fEw words wordsanswered wordsan5wEre wordsauuswerCd
answered an5wEre l the ho IP remarks < of Laf Lafe > Pence Pencesmoothers P PenceantLothers nr
smoothers with ability ahit abth1t and nndeloqucnce nndeloqucnce1ak eloquence
Taken 1ak < n upon U tUl the whole 10 > the meeting metn
here this evening cenhg was wasone aSOI one of the grand grandest grandcst ¬
gdnd gdndgt
est gt 1C 1 not notth the grandest nmdet political poJtcal meet meeting mcetin meetlnever ¬
parts ing in lnever ever hold In In hi Park P rkeit City by any anyparts an anpart anyparty
Fine Meetings Meetngs in County
Senator Senitol Joseph J eph L Rawllns Rawlns C L I 01 O1son 01Ebp 01sOi
son Ebp and W v H Lcary Lea y addressed addre an en enthusiastic enthUSjjtStlCJlflOCmtjc ¬
thusiastic tuslrtcJmQcrtk thUSjjtStlCJlflOCmtjc JJejnQcratJe Lear audience audlenc e > at Mur Murruy Miurray ur urmy 1
ray last Jalt night The hall hal where the themeeting theJueelng themeeting
meeting Jueelng was held was wa filled fl < d to its ca capacityand capa1 capaeltyand
pacityand pa1 and the speakers were given a ahearty ahcart aluearty
hearty hcart > reception rco tlon Ray Van Cott and am
CL C 4 J p Olson Ol n addressed adrrcstd a good meeting
in tn the North school hoot house at Mill Uu Creek Creeklater Cr k klatcr klater
later in the evening eveningBRITISH evenlmBRITISH eveningBBITISB
London Nov o 7 iThe The October Octob state statempht stalemsht
stte sttem
mpht m t of the board of trade shows an anincrease anIncrease anincrease
increase of 5708000 in imports Import and a adecrease ad adecrease
decrease d crease of 2807500 280i50 in exports exportsGood exportsGood < xportsGood
Good Rest RestGarments RestGarments RestGarmentslnNlGHT
J JAMAS 1 S n new fabrics fabricsBROWN fabrIcsBROWN b ics icsBROWN
Tel 193 166 Main St StBest St
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Best Bet Liniment on Earth EarthHenry Esrth EarthHenry
Henry D Baldwin Supt Supt City Water WaterWorks WaterWorks WaterWorks
Works Shulsburg Shullsburg Wis s writes wrI s I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have tried many kinds of liniments linimentsbut liniment
but have never received receved much benefit benefituntil beneft beneftunU benefituntil
until unU I used Ucd Ballardls Balard Snow Liniment Linimentfor
for rheumatism rheumatsmand and pains I think thnk it itthe Itthe itthe
the best liniment Unlmenroleart binimentonearth onearth 25c 50 50hOO 50ioo
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v give the lucky man the best bestSiegels bestSiegels
2 ° l Siegels Siegels carry carrythebeststock carrythebeststocktt1r the best stock stockto stockto
tt1r 1u C f to select from fromThe rom i iThe
L4c The best patterns paterns fit ft and andstyle andstyle +
4 1 style styleValues S
i Values for the th money moneyNew monetp V Vew >
p s 1 New ew arrivals this week weekt weekStetson
t Stetson soft sof and stiff stff hats hatsYoung hatsYoung hatst <
t t I Young mens suits and andovercoats and andovercoats andt
t i overcoats in black and fancy fancymixtures ancy 1 1t
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A CINCH BET BET1Monarch = = = Monarch Ranges anges elected electedI electedby electedby
I by an overwhelming majority Afer After A f the themoke 1
7 J J Jsmoke r
smoke s of the battle clears away come and see seethe seethe seehe
the t he elected electedBRUBAKER I IBRUBAKER
BRUBAKER = CAMPBELL Hardware Company CompanyThe l lU
U C The Popular Populfr Hardware Store StorePhono Storelhono StorePhono
Phono lhono 1637K 1637 K S 2729 W Third Thrd South Sout Street StreetHave StreettIae teet teetI
I I Have We Ever er Told I You About Our ur uraM aM Malt MaltThe i iCA
4 > The barley y from m which it is made goes through a LARGE LARGECI4EANEE E 5 5CLEANER
CLEANER CA which whch not only ony removes remove straw stw and ad dust dut but even eve stray straygrains sty stygrai straygrains
grains grai of ofwhet wheat or wild wld oats oatsYou oat oatsYou < >
You would be b surprised surprsed to see how much waste wat is thrown tw out outThere out outThere
9 There e is not a grain grn of anything except ex cpt PURE PU BAJEtLEY A in i i our ourmalt ou ouxmalt
t < > malt malti mt maltThis ayng
i This Tis is one of the te reasons reaons why FISHER FISH BEES EE BE is pure pu In I InPINTS J <
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Political Polti al Campaign Closed With An Accompaniment Accompanim nt of ofDecayed ofr ofDecayed
r Decayed De ayed Ejrufkarid Ir Fruit it and rd Eggs ggsin in in the Great Montana MontanaCopperCamp l MontanaS MontanaCopperCamp ntana ntanaCopperC
CopperCamp CopperC mp
UTTE UTE Mont PL Nov NO 7 7The The pout politlr pOltI poutD
S D c cwt cam f J s r Buteto Buteton to tonIght
r night n ght ftt Irflrlwfd IanMrfwMtf iwfiirlwmd fashion fshionat1 fshionat1tmes atj atjtimes at attimes
times tmes threatening threften ng to deVelop de elop into a agenefal aj ajgen ageneral
general gen tal mixup between betwee the th Various Variouspolitical variouspolitical aous aouspoltcal
political poltcal parties rte engaged in holding holdingrallies holdingrames holdingrallies
rallies on the te principal prncipa thoroughfares thoroughfaresOf thoroughfare
Of Q the city ct Two Republican RepubJc n meetings meetingsAvere meetng meetingswere
were broken up by gangs gang of rowdies rwdes in ina Ina ina
a a mixup of fists fistsAt fsts fstsAt fistsAt
At another WilliamScallon William Scallon
imamScalon expresi expresident cxpres expreslnt ¬
dent nt of the th Amalgamated Copper com
Russian RussIanOfficials S Officials Handling Handlng Warring Factions of Students Studentsin Stud StUdetsRational S t tin
in a Rational Manner annerLances Lances of the Cossacks CossacksNo
No Longer Necessary L
iT PETERSBURG Nov 7 7There 7Therei There Therewas
i was a a small sa1 student disturbance diurbance at atthe attle attIle
the tle university today tod but it i was washandled wa WUShandled
handled ha dle iiitihesame in te tbe s sahie e rational mtipnalmaner mtipnalmaneras manner manneras
as the one at the Kazan cathedral cathedralabout cathedrl cathedrlaut cathedralaoUt
about aut ten tendays days ago go and as a result reult the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole affajr affajrpasscd passed off of without serious seriousconsequences serous serousn serIousconsequences
consequences consequencesAbout consequencesAbout n quences quencesAbout
About a thousand university unIverity students studentsdivided studentdivided studentsdivided
divided into two groups one one singing singingme singingthe
lroups singng singngtbe
the me nussia Russiap itussjaii naUon national nuiiuiia1 l uiiLiitrui anthem ctiiu and the theother LUC LUCother
other the Marsellaise arellse The police policeappealed polce polceappealed policeappealed
appealed to the the latter later group gup to stop stopand stp stpand stopand
and they agreed to do so If I their op opponents opponenh opponents ¬
ponents stopoed st Rcd pjed This was done don and andthe andthe andthe
the affair afair ended with wih a hearty heart laugh laughall laughaU laughall
all around aroundThe aroundThe S S SThe
The previous affair afalr referred to above abovewas abovewas
was waf organized orgnlzed on the occasion o ion of the thereqlem thereqllm thereqiem
reqlem reqllm Jn Jl n the th Kazan cathedral cathedral on 01 the theanniversary theannlycr theanniversary
anniversary annlycr ry of the death of Alexander
5 5pany
pany pny and the te head h of the th Anaconda AnacondaCopper Anuconda AnacondaC0pperiftfngcwipapy
Copper Coppe C0pperiftfngcwipapy SKinsvCQnpaiy iainscQrpal lnfa 1 naragg Eafie Iqflt Iqfltthe l ltthe t tth
the th platform platform ohnvhioh he was va a attempt attempting apt apting altempting
ing to speak and personally personl assailed assailedthe 8led 8ledthe aosaIledthe
the crowd booting at him Scallon Scallonknocked Scalon Scalonkncked Scallonknocked
knocked kncked one on man down and out and ad a afree a afree
free fr fight fght threatened threatened but friends friendshastily frieds friedshastb friendshastily
hastily hastb got gt Scallon Sclon out of the way ay A Abombardment Abmbardment Abombardment
bombardment bmbardment of decayed recaed fruit frt and andeggs andeggs andeggs
eggs then broke up the meeting metng An Anineffectual Anineffetual Auineffectual
ineffectual ineffetual attempt atempt was made to break breakup brak brakup breakup
up a a Democratic Ieorallc rally but a etronsdetail stron strondeti strong strongdetail
detail deti of police polce dispersed dispered the hoodlums hoodw8
Ill the students making making a demonstpa demonstpation
lion ton in memory of the thedcaU deatfi in the theiPeter th thePeter
Peter and Paul fortress of one of their theirnumber the thrnumber I Inumber
number named Borski Borkl On this occa occasion oc oceaSlOfl
sion son Fulton Fulon the prefect prfet of t police policeordered pUo pUoordered ioI1oeordered
ordered the police home and personally personallyspoke pesna pemonalyspoke lY lYspoke
spoke to the students student asking askng them thm to todesist todesist todesist
desist and disperses dfper which they did didThese didThee didThese
These Thee two Incidents small smal in them themselves the themselves
selves se Yes have created much talk tak in St StPetersburg StPetersburg i
Petersburg Peterburg owing to the methods of ofdealing ordealng ofdealing
dealing dealng with student dlsturbanc disturbanceswhich f s swhich
which is attributed atributed to t the initiative initatve of ofPrinre ofPrlnte ofPrince
Prince Prlnte Sviatopolk Svlatoplk Mirsky Urk3o minister of ofthe Q Qthe ofthe
the Interior The Te demonstrations demonstraton were wereneither wetaneihe wegeneither
neither neihe more more nOr n r less les serious s than thanmany thanmany thanmany
many which in recent years year sero were put putdown putdown putdown
down by charging Cossacks Cosscks Cossackslowered wljji
lowered lances Much pleasure pleasue i is also alsoexpressed al alepresed alsoexpressed lJ
expressed epresed vxlllrt h the announcement ctf ctfthe 0 0the
the th < resumption reumptol of Prince Pince SvIatopolH SlatopollUfks SviatopollMhukys f
MIrek3s lUfks publicreceptions publc public rece receptions tons S
S In a 3 petition petlon to bo presented > r rMnted sonted to the city citycouncil Ity Ityounci
council ounci next net Monday night nl ht the Ladies Ladiesnamed Ldle LadlesLiterary
Literary club throuah throuch a commtee commteenamed committee committeeflamed
named LltQran Vby b the home and ad education < ucaUon sec section e ¬
tion ton will wi ask ask that that the th Warm arm Springs bo boconverted boconv beconverted
converted conv < rtld into a public publc bath bth and nd park purkThe parkThe Urk UrkThe
The plans embrace ombrcp a childrens chidrens play playground pla plaground playground ¬
ground In conjunction with wih the baths bathsThe bu bathsThe th5 th5The
The committee cmmittee of which hlch Mrs W tVIlutchinson Yo R RIlutchinsoh
Ilutchinsoh 1utchlnoil is R chairman points polntq out the thoat
fact at that thut every 1 summer sumntr many man youths ouths are arearmsterl arrarJstN arearrested
arrested arJstN for violating iolaUn the th ordinance ordlnncl by b bswimming
swimming in the Jordan Joran river that many manyof man manof manyof
of these thf C violations violatons and consequent c nscquentr5t8 ar arrests ¬
rests might b he < avoided were tre there a apublic aphlc apublic
public phlc bath bth whore the boys ho might swim swimfor swJmtor
for a nominal charge possibly 10 contsi contsiGUTTED conUr conUrGUTT contsuS
Oil Oi City Jr Pa Nov 7 7The The Smart SmartSieDberg Smartilverberg
SHverberg SieDberg threestork brick brck block was wascompletely wascompleteb as ascompletely
completely gutted lutled by fire fre tonht Lose LossS Lose2Th000
S third 275000 O with wIh an Insurance Insurnne of about one onsthird onathIrd onethird
S Separate Sepaate Skirt Skr Sale SaleNow SaleNow SaleNow
Now on Nearly half prices pricesv pricesAT
Just ust Right BightIts RightIs Rightits
Its Is style quality qualty and price pushes its itssale i isnle itsS
sale abe continually contnualy Our new HORTON HORTONHAT BORTONHAT HORTONHAT S
HAT a prime favorite Cayorite 300 300gradQ grade only onlyBROWN onlyBROTTERRY onlyBROWN
rel el e 193 166 Main luln St StSeparate StSep 5
Separate Sep te Skirt kr Sale 5SaleNow SaleNow Sae Saeow <
Now ow on Nearly half halt prices pricesAT prIemAT pricesAT
that the elt city y no n o om t a premlss
known as the Warm Y nu Springs S l preie The po p
I tltlon tton will wi put forth thai t Sprng these premises premisesground premlt Te P
mllht might bE be COl19rtod converted Into 3 a bh bath ad andplay play
S ground at a low coat which hih htch would ould ouldrEPQld fib be
repaid rEPQld to the city cl within a short shQtme sheyttlme time bj
r receipts ceipts The petition petton bears ber the he signa >
tures ture of Mrs Mr Hmchinpon Huehln onr Mrs L E siga Hal H41 H41and
and Mrs tr Ledyard Lonrd Bailey Biey Hal Haland j 5
The ptition pPt lon was to have been oen jpr jprthat prsented
S 5ente sented lat last night night but owQ owing te to te the prt t f54t
that regular consideration ronslderaton of the Warm
S Spring Spring rental Rlt situation aton does dos ot not Va come comoup comeup comeup
up until 1mt the th next meeting maetng It i was a decide decd
to hold hol it I over one O week week It I will m be pro p
lonte4 tjonte4 nest Det Monday MoDa night nght by b QouncH I
an T R Black Back o oNOTC 5 5
The Brotherhood of Carpenters Cnpe ters Lo Local L I Ical ¬
cal No 184 in conjunction conjuncton with 1t 1tJi the theBrotherhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood Brtherhood of ot Street Street Railroad Riroad Riroadploy Railroadployes fEm fEmployes V
ployes ploy Branch B No N 382 32 will wi hatd h held < in aj ajopen an anopen anopen
open meeting me nng In the th large larg hall hal In the theFederation t th thFederation
Foeton Federation of cf Labor Lbor building buiding Fourth FourthSouthland Fourt FourthSouthand
Southand State str strtson tsr 4 on V Wdpesd Wdpesdevening V dnBsd dnBsdevening dl d devenlDg
evening Nov 9 at 8 oclock ociock Also Also onje onjeat1 one oneat ne neat
at1 at at 1 oclack Thursday Thurday morning NOM No No10th
10th All union and nonunion
Al CeD CeDters carpen carpenters earpenters
ters also all al street railroad rairoa emolayof emnl q
and nd any other persons peronsterestel personsinterested Interested iji Ij or organized 0 oi oiganized r ri ¬
i ganized labor are invited lmie General neri Sec SecretaryTreasurer SecretulTreasurr SecretaryTreasurer
retaryTreasurer retulTreasurr S Frank DufCj Duff anti a j jFirst 5 5First
First Vice ice President F iL L Dut Guerinlpr Guerl Guertnthe ot t
the Brotherhood Brothe r od ofr 0 Garpantecs Garp9ntel Garpenteugsp also ISP
Q eal Prje PrktjhtentW le entW w T D > Mahon Mahon with Ith
Treasurer TeaS Tre rerRizlnoranizer er Rfizln organizer of the In
ternatiorial A sodalidn soca Lm of of o Street Strt t Ralli Ralliroad R Rr Rail Railroad
road r ad Employes wi MUbe iU S be present preset presentS j tj i

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