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THE SALT SALAKE LAKJB HERAUD TUESDAYSEPTEMBER TCESDAt SEPTEMBER 26 19O V
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SOLViNG A PROBLEM PROBLEMThe
The report that one of the viucltiiftg viucltiiftgotnpjiniaB btUeItiIoftrJttneS
> otnpjiniaB oftrJttneS bus ha very closely approached approachedit
it t solution uf the smoke problem in I Ins Injiwrtimtnews V VjQrtt1fltflW
iwrtimtnews it ip s cliUntwd Unit tlfa tlfait to torrubl1tm
rrubl1tm Ii aH but V19aea r rit
it uii ill not do to oroV uefere tljwfedgg tljwfedggof tbd tbdo
of o the th wood te I neituhed the th progrc progrcttiut prortntt
ttiut Jm lHHn made ia worth noting notingleriainte nottpigI
< leriainte H gr grdat fat sigh gh ofrelief MuIiI MuIiISlt M > utfl utflgo
go uft pin ijalt Luke county if it could couldlie cou1 cou1lie
lie diifiyjtaly announced that the th smel smelter smeltr ¬
ter smoke had been deprived of its itsiJcrnefifctp lt ltOWfVtVQ
iJcrnefifctp OWfVtVQ Imrm vegetation vegetationThai vegottIonThutt
Thai Thutt ha smoke does 1O do harm to togrowing torOW1croIH
growing rOW1croIH crops in the neighborhood of ofthe ofth
the th V snYclters ttIter no on one pretends retend to deny denyBut denyBut
But t t js also true that the damage kj kjuffpa isqftun
uffpa greatly exaggerated The smelter amelterpeople smelterp4p1e
people themselves are as interested as asanybody as91JidZ
anybody 91JidZ could well be in disposing of ofthe ofthe
the nyisiinQe nnoe They do not care to have havethousands havetjtousafld
thousands of dollars aasess aseed d against againstthemiftvory agaInsttJiemjory
themiftvory y year ar a as dainngeK sustulniU sustttlufdby sustulniUby
by farmers And no honest tanner farmarMants tannerithts
Mants ithts to profit by selling his crop to tothe tothifl
the swelters shelteN instead of to the cuntom cuntomTS
tn TS inthe general market marketRiglifminded nuirketRigtifMInded
Riglifminded people of both sides aye ayeearnestly aceearjestly
earnestly desirous of settling ett1IngU the ques question ciues1ioU ¬
tion tuf4 guod od and all Wo dout want wanttu wantt
tu t eit siettled by theclosing down of ofthe
the smelters Neither do we want it itBottled ItV ItVettle4l
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Bottled by the driving out of the furm funmt15
t15 8 in the smoke b bOIL IU The smelters smeltersglVe smeltersgIe
glVe Iliiploynient directly to some thou thousands thousaflIVh ¬
sands o0 men Indirectly they give em employment etaiuyn1ent ¬
ployment to many thousands the latter latterJ latterli1ittJt
li1ittJt J < lf SU min miners r who Uke out the ore orethatto orethat
thatto that sltipiKHl to the theI smelters smeltersThe
I The abandonment of the smelting In Industry Inlustry ¬
dustry in the Salt Lake valley would wouldmean wouldueau
mean a serious lows not only to Suit SuitlAiKf SaltV
V lAiKf county but to the state at large largeVet tangoVet
Vet Vet tpe th farmers are also valuable to totho toilii
tho coQntjr They are in the main ex exfiuularjf extL4tj4ar
fiuularjf citlzatis who have built up UI lit little lItth ¬
tle th farms out of itrid soil who have havei havettisiamIlkg
i ttisiamIlkg uis dfsmllle li here re and who have been beencontritt beenVotItrtbIIttng
contritt VotItrtbIIttng tlng forbears foeyre to the upbuild upbuilding upbutldIit ¬
ing Iit oT orhe he state Their holdings must mustH mustu4
u4 H oejjendered be tulere4 valueless valuelessIt
It Hl he a happy day far Utah Utahtl Utahttereforp
tl ttereforp n fon when It can b be definitely an aniiiiunced ankuItd
iiiiunced that the smoke problem hs hsbeen hasV
V been 1j ti Holved And the man or men re rer yeVV
VV nr r ° aible for the solution will properly properlytic lroverytic
tic hulled ltuILednapbllc ltuILednapbllcEN8VE aa tniblic bgusfsvVtfT bgusfsvVtfTE
E EN8VE PENSLYE BUT UTNO NO TOY TOYSSMdnesslug i iAUdressiluK
AUdressiluK a5 meetlrtg of ofIirnters MinAeiotu MinAeiotufarmers
farmers ut Preston the other day dayJuiiifs dayJaities
Juiiifs J Hill president of the Great GreatNorthern GreatI
Northern I railway said that the Pan Pansnui Pannta
snui nta canal would prove an expansive expansivet expensiveand
t v and that it would be of little use usein useL
in L Promoting the foreign trade of the theInited theStates
Inited States He believed though thoughttint thoughIttt
ttint Ittt since the canal appealed so strong strongi
V i > t to the imagination of the people they theyniid theyS
S < niid fiftord uftonito to have It ItWo ItWe
Wo entirely a agree ree with Mr Hill that thatthe thatV
V the Panama oantil will prove rove aspensivaC aspensivaCBut pnstv pnstvBut
But it will hardly be a toy Mr Hill Hillwill Hillill
will ill find unless the best experts are arewrong arerung
wrong rung that the immediate effect of the thoopening theI
I opening of the Pamun canal will be a areduction aj
j reduction of transcontinental freight freightrates tre1ttiate
rates If thai makes the canal a toy toythen toythen
then it will be bea a toy worth having and andworth andworth
worth keeping keepingThe keepingThe I
The entIre west should be benefited benefitedl
l by > y the canal but particularly should shouldtho shouldth
tho th s seetlen ctien of the country of which Salt SaltLuke SaltLuke
Luke is a part be benefited With the thei the3II
i anal open it will be possible to deliver deliverstaple deliverstaple
staple commodities by an allwater allwaterroute allwateriVoUte
route to Sen nn Pedro harbor and from fromthere frontr
r there into this territory over the San SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro Los Angeles A Salt Lake rail raiivciy raileLy
vciy eLy at rate much lower than the rates ratesimv rates1uv
imv Prevailing pvevailinfrOne
One reason assigned for the high highfifighl highIt
It fifighl ight rates in the intermountain coon country coonIIy ¬
try is that there is no competition competitionPeople conpetitionPeople
People here are called upon to make up upthe upthe
the losses Incurred by railroads at com competitive eooijtitlvo ¬
petitive points With water competi competition eoonpetlthai ¬
thai it will naturally follow that rail railroad rail10Ud ¬
road rates wilt be reduced Otherwise Otherwisethe
the th great freight carriers that will ply plybetween plybtween
between Atlantic coaSt ports and the theSan theSati
San I1adrit harbor will get all the bust busiPiSS bustDecidedly
PiSS
Decidedly the Panama canal will be beexpensive beexpensive
expensive and just as decidedly it t will willnut willltjt
nut be a toy It will be worth to this thisi thhountry
i ountry all the monigy money that is honestly honestlyexpended li neeuy neeuyexpend
expended expend in dteging it And it cannot cannotbe nnot nnotls
be ls conipltad too ioon 500 for the Amen American Amenran ¬
can people It to not foreign trade wo woare weare
are looking for V from the ca eaai al or orthrough orthrough
through It WlMit we are looking looking for forand fhrand
and what it I will give us a asMr Mr II1H II1Hmust 11111must
must know Is more favorable flight flightrate bplghtrates
rate rateJN V
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JN OLD VIRGINIA VIRGINIAIs V
Is Virginia City Nov Tev agaHt to he hetojne betome
tome the greatest and moat pictur picturesque picturesque ¬
esque mining camp af the world The Thequest Theiue1OtI
quest iue1OtI ion seems likely to tolit be answered answerediu
iu the affirmative Writing In a aieaue recent recentissue
issue of Public Opinion George Kthel Kthelbert lthelbert
bert Walsh says the awakening of the theComstock theComstock
Comstock is I sure and adds This Thteawakening1 Thisawakenipg
awakening1 of the Comatock Is DO mere mereprediction mereprediction
prediction but an oxaot scientific or orrather orrather
rather engineering feet ct and tho min mineral roleeral ¬
eral deposits of the rugged rtop0 of ofMount ofMount
Mount Davidson will be torn from fro their theirbed theirbeds
bed beds in spite of natures most ptrsrtiUnt ptrsrtiUntefforts iiritittV iirititteftorts
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efforts to conceal COflf1tlViPV them themMR =
MR ViPV falMh J explains how the theIng anakoi anakoiing
ing to f < 45fl4 II1 J1 nays a that th un unwaterlrf adt
waterlrf o r tie iisaLevk iM vk wjiih liuy
t
o OOftQfl of ton baah tried trl d an aiItIVvlelih hicb ha6 Just Justas justa
as a qfteft resulted dlfeastrously dIe sfrusly to the thepromoters theprQn1ws
promoters will be 1 a0cemplis ed by b die dieajd c caid
aid 0f irfectrlc pumn Pumi4 tjjcsq 5 c pumps pumpsarc puthiaarp
arc to o bff b fnstallad by tfi tle Qkmistock QkmistockPumpiinsr 1oiustokPumin
Pumpiinsr Pumin association and mining will willba wille
ba e exiendgd to tho th 3pOOfoot Jevol JSflO JSflOf ltt lttft
f ft t below the SuLro tunnel jatone jatonePower atQflq9
Power fpr the pumpswlll pumps = wtll ba furnished furnishedby
by the Truckee River General Electric Electricaihinany Electricoinpany
aihinany which has a big power house housoth housetlItf1vs
th tlItf1vs tyKflve rotten from rQrnin7ttty rQrnin7tttyJrrhe jprgjiOa bity bityJThe
JThe power is to boqunnUea beu jst t a cost costof costof
of 46 per horsopowor horsop wor pap j0Vmonth j0VmonthvliIh month monthwhich
which is cheap enough to make the un unwatoring UnWatering
Watering plan feasible Ml Walsh coh cohtinues cofl cofltUition
tUition tUition4t5 r rAs
As the th work progresses now pumps pumpswill pumpswill
will be Installed at lower levels and the thecompfete theeompfete
compfete unwatering of the mines is isanticipated isanticipated
anticipated Cold air will be forced by byelectric byelectric
electric fans to the lowest levels and andthen andthen
then through the various shafts at dif different dlfLerent ¬
ferent levels the ventilation will be bemade bemade
made complete The excessive heat of ofthe ofthe
the low levels and the great saturation saturationfrom saturationfrom
from hot water will lose their terrots terrotsunaar terrotsunder
under the new engineering enterprise enterpriseand entevpnlsand
and tho engineers promise definitely io iothe tothe
the stockholders that they will be able ableto ableto
to reach depths from 4000 to 5000 feet feetbolow feetbqlow
bolow the tImSo surface surfaceSo
So a revival of mining in the world worldfamous worldfamous
famous Conistouk lode is not only a apossibility apossibility
possibility but a probability It ItViN ViN is con concodod COflcedod
codod by those who know the country countrythat countrythat
that some moat valuable gold ore is situ situjjoncealed stllqancealed
jjoncealed iu the aeptlis of the lode The Theonly rhoqtly
only pruliloiii Isle been the disposal of ofjie ofijewter
ijewter jie aJt p below th thtmSutrotunnel Sutro tunnel lov lovG lovGrItflS J JWith
With rItflS this acconiillshed and ud vIth ith the theininers thezpInirz
ininers i iwotcted > rot etod b every device devicel dvleeiOwn
iOwn l jow n to modern science it seems rea reasonable reafinble
sonable to believe that V the worlds worldstftodk worldsIIc
tftodk IIc of f gold will again receive haavy haavyjpntributions lieavyqinitnlbutions
jpntributions from this practically practicallyabandoned praeticali praeticali3andoned
abandoned camp campJF campF
JF F NOT WHY NOT NOTV NOTA
A V correspondent of the New York YorkTlmas YorkTimos
Tlmas w wmits amts to ksnpM jmnwtt 1C an anteigram anteigramlIIe el gram gramIlk
Ilk lIIe this lias h been aunt sonUThe auntThe
The Hon Geot George e B Cor CortdYou tSlyou Wsh WshIngto si siitigtoii
itigtoii itigtoiiThe S
The president requests me to say a to toable toyou
you that he considers deception dislmuor dislmuorable
able Your conduct In the last campaign campaignis
is not following hi his instructions to re receive receive ¬
ceive no contributions contribti tiotis from corporations corporationsbut
but in violation thereof reoeivlpg 1Xi0IU 1Xi0IUfront 7UiU 7UiUfrom
from the New York Life Insurance com company C01flInlay ¬
Inlay a fiduciary company holding the themoney themoney
money of widows and orphans and then thsnassuring thenassuring
assuring him thatsuch that suth corporations had hadnot hadiot
not been called upon to contribute and andImd andhad
had not contributed contributedall all ot which resulted reaultelin
in his commenting In Vary V severe and andnow andnow
now it ao sppeara > e r8 from th testimony of of3Wr ofMr
3Wr PerkinS before the NQW York legisla legislative legistattve ¬
tive investigating committee unwarranted unwarrantedterms lllTWarrefttedterms
terms upon what HOW appears to h htve htvebeen vc vcben
ben truthful statements of facts made madeby nuaeby
by the Hon Alton B Parker aa to mieh miehcontribution t3UCllvontrIbutiou
contribution placeK you clearly in the theattitude theattitude
attitude of having wilfully deceived him himinto 1dminto
into making without foundation such siiclicomment suchCOIfl1nflt =
comment and statements as he din In ic icj teply
j ply ly to Mr Parker with reference to the theabsence theabeece
absence of corporation contributions frnn frnnyour I Iyour
your campaign fund I am further re requested ¬ I Iquel4tetI
quested trt advise aE = irhe you that lh theraJs i Js no noplHce nopIce
plHce In his cabinetfor cabinet for A decelMf an nt1 nt1that l
411 that be < considers nnullru your VIIII cQh4ttet niVtllllt JlfPtlK ljjkJ ly HIS HISlio dj djhonorable
lio honorable iorable He requests our vurforthwith ncJignaiipn ncJignaiipnforthwith
forthwith forthwithV forthwithThe V < v SsOEP SsOEPThe
The correspondent who signs 1111Usd himself himselfSquare C CSqirore
Square Deal evidently had In mind mlnuVthe mindthe
the telegram seflt 5ltVt9 tp the French news newspapor newspaftmt
papor correspondent Gaston Klchard Klchardwho fllclmardwho
who sent his paper a a fictitious inter interview laterVIeW ¬
view with the president It will be re remamborad remnembtmretl
mamborad that that mossago iiucasago was a awarm awarni
warm one There The is little likelihood likelihoodwe
we fear that the message suggested suggestedwill
will be sent eoo to Mr Cortolyou though thoughthe thoughthe
the circumstances circurnstjtueee seem to bo very veryinucdi verymnilait
inucdi the same sameAnd snmeAmid
And for all his reputed V love of a asquare asquare
square deal for everybody it is not notlikely notItkly
likely that President Tloosevolt will willsertd vlllsend
send to Judge Alton B Parker the pub publ1c
apology that ris iuno unrjuesttona unrjuesttonaJudge uestionabj uestionabjthe
Judge Parkers luo d lji ljithe
the talk to the eontrarIj eontrar It ihurdlT ihurdlTbe I lrnrdJ1bebeIleve41
be bebeIleve41 believed thatat thHt at tho tliristdettOk tliristdettOkgostlon resJdenriKui resJdenriKuigaatlon
gaatlon the money paid by the insur insurance insuranee ¬
ance companies into the Republican Republicancampaign TtepubUeancampaign
campaign treasuries will be returned to tothe tothe
the companies or the policyholders policyholdersAll
All of which goes to tohow show that the thepresident thepresident
president is really fonder of talking talkingabout talkingabout
about the square deal than he is of ofpracticing ofpracticing
practicing It IL However no human be being bebig ¬
big could possibly practice as much as asour asour
our worthy chief executive preaches preachesThe preachesThe
The Herald has received from Fire FireChief FIreChief
Chief Bywatcr a History of the theWorlds theWon1d
Worlds Greatest Fires by exChief exChiefHale oxChieflisle
Hale of the Kansas City fire depart department department ¬
ment The volume is full of interesting interestingfacts Interestingfacts
facts about the big fires that have been beenfought beenfought
fought in the United States together togetherwith togetherwith
with pictures showing the more im important
portant fires at various stages of their theirprogress theirprogress
progress The book will be a valuable valuableaddition valuableaddition
addition to The Heralds library libraryThe libraryThe
The announcement that the burned burneddistrict burneddIstrict
district in Butte is to be rebuilt at once oncewas onceu
was u to have been expected Our busy busynorthern busynorthern
northern neighbor couldnt be expected expectedto
to let a little milliondollar fire keep keepher keephot
her back very long Wo commend th thspirit the thespirit
spirit shown by b the citizens of Butte Butteand Butteand
and predict that on the rulas of the theburned theburned
burned structures will grow far hand handsomer handsomer ¬
somer buildings than those that were weredestroyed weredestroyed
destroyed destroyedA V
A New York detective Who was shot shotonce shotonce
once over the right eye once in the theforehead theforehead
forehead twice in the abdnmmi and andonce andotiee
once in the thigh all withbullets with bullets of ofheavy ofheavy
heavy caliber is on the road to recov recovery recoycry ¬
cry The f teilw el lew might make a barrel barrelof
of money hiring himself out as a target targetfor tngetfor
for amateur marksmen marksmenChief marksmenChief i
Chief of Police Lynch Is said tp be beslated beslated
slated for the Republican mayoralty mayoraltynomination mayoraltynomItIon
nomination The chances are decidedly decidedlythat decidqdlythat
that after the election if Mr Lynch LynchIs
Is I still chief of police he will want to toarrest toarrest
arrest about half the population for forlying forlying
lying about voting for him himA hImS hImS hImA S
S
A glance over the reports of tho thoDemocratic th0Democratic
Democratic ward conventions hold last lastnight lustnLht
night will disclose the names of sean sompmen seanmcii
men who are reasonably sure to servo servoas
as 5 otoineilmen for or terms beginning in inJanuary InJanuary
January next nextProfessor nextProfessor V
Professor Nathaniel Butler of the theUnivoesUy theUntverstt
UnivoesUy of Chicago holds that the theselfmade lImeselfmade
selfmade man will soon be a thing of ofthe ofthe
the pauL And yet some solfXmade men menare menare
are rather proud of their work workIn woriIln
V
In a contest with the law it V was a amoral amoral
moral certainty that both Mr Iluhlin Iluhlinand flublinn4
and n4 Mr Wllle would bo knocked out outThe outV outThe
V
The Other Kind of Hypocrite HypocriteBaltimore HypocriteBaltimore
Baltimore Ameefean Ameefeanwa V
NaggtbYea Th1so is a hyponlte hyponlte4vaagsbtVYa41uL
4vaagsbtVYa41uL not thp UuuIoft
1i It Of t thihh4 wa thaM thaMIIIIT thatI3ItflnQ4 thatI3ItflnQ4tl
tl j uiI IIIIT Vr 1 i glass l o of ofIs
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I V Vlrs Mrs Annie C Farrell has issued issuedcards lssUodeana
cards for the marriage of her duugh duughSter duUght
Ster t Elaine Cecilia to Brtgham Talle TalleCannn TolleVCannjn
Cannn Tho marriage will tak takplace takg takgI1atio
place aj a higlt noon Wednesday Out OctV
V 11 and a recaption from roam 1 until 3 3will 3will
will follow ut the home of the brides bridesmother bridesmother
mother 312 ai North Fortieth V street In InOmalia InO1nahL
Omalia r rMrsS
V VV VS
S a Slrsa1
MrsS lrsa1 UQuwatTmuc < Qualiof V Blue Earth EartbMlnn EartbMlnnIs Jitnh Jitnhis
is the guest of Mr ajul Mrs John JohnJJoIano JohnJoiano
JJoIano Mra Wi V C JVHliaton andMrs andMrsIf aqil Mrs MrsB
If B George Solden who have been their theirguests theirguestA
guests hdve returned to their hoities hoitiesin
in lied Wins Minn MinnMiss
5 5Miss
Miss Maidie Dye entertained ton of ofher ofher
her girl friends at a luncheon Satur Saturday Suturday ¬
day In compliment to Mies Georgi GeorgiMcKimmons GeorgtMeKiminous
McKimmons who leaves soon for Call California Callforum ¬
forum forniaMrs V Veec
eec V
Mrs C H Blanchard entertained tan tnaRcvioworg tanReviewers
Reviewers club at the opening meet meeting mestlag ¬
lag of the year yesterday at her homo homoAfter IionuAfter
After a splendid programme of lit literary litovary ¬
ovary selections and some musical num numbers nunibers ¬
bers a social hour was enjoyed Mrs MrsBlanchard MrsBianchard
Blanchard being assisted by Mia A H HBoxrud HBoxrud
Boxrud Mrs W J Browning Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles G Plummer and Miss Alinft AlinftCrismoii AliucmCrlsmon
Crismoii CrismoiiMrs V VMrs
Mrs Fred Thorpe has arrived from fromChicago frontChieuio
Chicago and IB the gue gqoL L for a few fewmojlChs fewnofltlis
mojlChs of Captain Tnta Mrs E 11 A AWedgwood AWcmdgvood
Wedgwood Mrs Thorpe Th p is Mrs MrsWedcwoods Mr MrWudwood
Wedcwoods mother motherMrs mactiterS
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S 55 55MrS
Mrs Myron Wostower who has been ibecnthe beenthe
the guest of MrsandMis MrsafldV Mise Terrell for forsome forsome
some time left last evening for her herlhome herhQhlme
lhome lhomei hQhlmeMrsL V S
i O OMrsL V
MrsL C Winn of offllI indJaTjapaHs napolis is isthd isth
thd th guest of her slater l1r irs w V iu iufWI ILWiglitnian
fWI Wiglitnian htman for the autumn autumnxMrs V VV
V C CV CMrs
V Mrs II IVL n Arnold is visiting Mr and andaiia anddte
aiia dte Harry Tolles in New York She Shewill SheSll1
will Sll1 spend the winter In Iowa IowaI IowaMr
I
Mr and MraGpuld Mrs Qoul B Blakely are arenow arenow
now at hom home < f at 2t8 2 8W Iowa iavenue iavenueMr avonue avonueV avonueMr
V
Mr and Mrs Arthur Shepherd are arein areIn
in their new home at255 Fifth street streetMr
VS
Mr and Mrs Charles WIlcoX of Cht Chtcago CMcago
cago have returned to totheir their homo after afterSpending afterp
Spending p ndIng some ten days with Mr and andMra andMre
Mra W R Wlghtman WlghtmanMi
Mi V HTerrell B rerrell Miss Elisabeth ElisabethTerrell ElisabethTendiI
Terrell aria Dr Terre are at home homenow homenow
now at 71 TJ East First South street streetMr streetV5
V5 V5Mr
Mr and Mrs W S Romney are arehome arehome
home from the coast after ftcr a month monthor month1or
1or or so spent on the different beaches beachese beachesMiss
e w wMiss
Miss Ruth Palmer Is home from fromabroad fromabroad
abroad after spending the summer in inParj inIani
Parj jjjss Lydia Palmer remained for forajtwo fora5tvo
ajtwo years study of French FrenchMrs FrcnelmS FrcnelmMrs
S
Mrs H LL J Sjohultze hultze entertained at a ahlghjea ahigh
hlghjea high jqa Saturday night which was wascharacterized wascharacterized
characterized as a conundrum tea teaThe teaThe
The game was to gueag the th names of ofthe Ofthe
the edibles and the affair was given givenin
in honor of Mrs Busbee sister of Mrs MrsE MrsE
E T Harvey Mrs Busbee won the theprize theprize
prize 5n the game The table was wasdecorated wasdecorated
decorated in red dahlias and th friends friendsi
to meet Mrs Busbeo were vMrs Mis 13 T THarvey THarvey
Harvey Mrs W r L Green Mrs N NH NIS
H IS Myers Mrs W Y H Dale Mrs A ABjiHiEih ABLjlIIxth
BjiHiEih = Mrs Cameron Mrs C M MBell MBelt
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Addressing a crowd at the raihvay raihvaystation railvaystation
station at Mcrldon Conn on Nay 3
1004 Judge Alton B Parker Demo Democratic Dentoertitie ¬
cratic candidate for > president sald saldOf
Of 5 late V we hayq ha had presentl to toour toOur
our attention a question of far more 5rnOreImportance moreimportance
importance than any issue presented by byour byout
our national platform platforma a question that thatwas thatwas
was not understood5 at the tIme and andthauihe badtlmatth
thauihe party pa1t could not contemplate contemplateThat contemplateThat
That Is the Question whether it is pos possible poeelbie ¬
sible for interests in this country to tocontrol tocontrol
control the elections with lth money moneyWhcn moneyVmcn
Whcn the trusts V of this country countryunited qoupttyunited
united for tha purpose of o raising a fund fundthat fundthat
that was to bo large enough to con control eontrot ¬
trot the election It became your duty dutyand QLZL QLZLand
and iniiftf immIi without regard to any other otherissue otherIssue
issue hi this canvass to settle the thequestion timequestion
question once for all whether money moneyor
or manhood suffrage should control controlWe controlVe
We Ve meet the gage of battle which whichthey whichthey
they threw down and from one end endof endof
of the country to the other men arc arcsaying amsaying
saying to each other what you and andI
I arc savins savinsThis sayiniT1mIseount
This T1mIseount country shall not pass Into Intothe Intothe
the hands of the trusts trustsWe ttustsWe
We havc ave had a very remarkable remarkablesituation remarkablesituation
situation presented After the recom recommondatlon recomnmondatlon
mondatlon six or eight weeks ago that thataction thataction
action should be taken toward curbing curbingthe curbingtime
the trusts the Republican party passed passe1a
a a statute to that end but If we ox oxamlne X Xamine
amine that statute closely we llnd that thatIt
It authorizes the president to appoint appointa
a 8 cabinet oflicor to Investigate the thetrusts thetrusts
trusts The Information lie receives receivesmay receive5may
may be given to the people or kept keptprivate keptprivate
private as the president may direct directThe directThe
The man he put at time huad of that thatbureau thatbureau
bureau was Ills private secretary Aft After Aftor ¬
er this campaign opened he became becameohairman becameehainimman
ohairman of the Republican national nationalcommittee imationalcomnmittee
committee and whatever information informationhe
he had if he had any was perfectly perfectlywall perfectlyvqlt
wall understood by the heads of the theorganization timeorganization
organization They knew what secrets secretsthey secretsthey
they hud that they did not care to tohave tohave
have made public
II IIIn IIIn
In a speech at Hartford Comm on ontae ontime
tae same date Judge Parker said saidThe saidThe
The statute creating the department departmentof
of labor and commerce was passed and andan andan
an appropriation of half a million was wasmade wasmade
made The greater part of the mon moneys meneys ¬
eys appropriated lie idle in the public publictreasury publictr
treasury tr ury but the legislation served Its Itspurnbss Itsputota
purnbss putotaBorn vf vfBorn
Born as it was of a union between betweenthe betweenthe
the trusts > ahd the Republican party partythe partythe
the parallel in legislation in scandalous scandalousfeatures scandalousfeaturOs
features does not exist on our statute statutebooks statutebooks
books today todayIt
It puts into the hands of the pres president president ¬
ident and of the Republican party the themeans themeans
means of continuing its hold on the thereins tlzCreins
reins of government without limit as asto asto
to time through the possession of se secrets secrete ¬
crete of trusts which under the terms termsof termsof
of the legislation itself he may or ormay ormay
may not make public or private as he hedirects hedlrects
directs directsWe dlrectsWe
We know full well how opportunity opportunityfor
for the use of that legislation has been beenavailed beenavailed
availed of in this campaign No stat statute statate ¬
ute could have been better devised for forthe forthe
the successful financing of the pres present presant ¬
ant election of the candidate of the theRepublican theltopubfleazm
Republican party op for its indefinite indefiniteperpetuation IndefinIteperpetuation
perpetuation in power powerIn power1mm
In the promotion of our business businessinterests busineSSlimterestn
interests we need a department of com commerce cornmuerce ¬
merce and labor The problems in involved involved ¬
volved are many and difficulties have haveto haveto
to be overcome at every turn so that thatall i iall
all the ingenuity and honesty of our oureopie j
people will be required in order to at attain atfain
fain the best results in the shortest shortesttime shortesttime
time and with the least waste of ef effort ¬ I Ifort
fort fortBut
But we do not want a department departmentof <
of commerce and labor whose score scoretary j
fary shall go out from it every four fouryears fouryears
years after he had filled his brain brainand brainand
and his books with the secrets of all allthe alltime
the great corporations and combina combinations combinations ¬
tions which depend upon the govern government governmeat ¬
meat for protection or favors in or order order ¬
der not to serve the people but to toraise toraise
raise money to corrupt them time timeS f ft
S 5 5We t i iWe
We do not need and ought not to tohave tohave
have a modern Inquisitor who exploits exploitscorporations exploitscorporations
corporations to collect money for cor corrupting corrupting
rupting the franchise or electing pit pliant pitant ¬
ant legislators or capturing the tlm elec electoral dcctoral ¬
toral vote of pivotal states statesfIU statesV
V I 55ir 55irrho
rho pestdej fIU fIUat at that time a candi candiie0plc eandiS
S bfoO The ie0plc undertook to torqfutftthecharges torqtmthe
rqfutftthecharges rqtmthe chtrgOs made by his Demo Demoofatic Demoutati
ofatic utati VoPPotdOvViOh opponent Nov 4 1904 he heissued heissued
issued a dramatic proclamation in inwhich Inwhich
which lio sad sadMr saIdMr
Mr Parkers assertion Is in effect effectthat effectthat
that such contributions have been beenmade beenmade
made for improper motives either in inconsequence inconsequence
consequence of threats or in conse consequence consequerice ¬
quence of improper promises direct director
or indirect on the part of the recipi recipients reciPteats ¬
eats Mr Parker knows best whether whetherthis whetherthl
this thl 58 true of the contributions to his hiscampaign hiscampaign
campaign fund which have come comethrough comethrough
through bis trusted friends and ad advisers advirrs ¬
visers who represent the great corpo corporate corporate ¬
rate interests that stand behind him himBut himBut
But there is not one particle of truth truthin
in the statement as regards anything anythingthat anythingtnat
that has gone on in the management managementof
of the Republican campaign campaignMr
Mr Parkers accusations against againstMr
Mr Cortelyou and me are monstrous monstrousIf
If true they would brand both of us usforever usforever
forever with infamy and inasmuch as asthey asthey
they are false heavy must be the con condemnation condemnation ¬
demnation of the man making them I Ichose Ichose
chose Mr Cortelyou as chairman of the thenational thenational
national committed after having failed failedsuccessively failedsuccessively
successively to persuade Mr Ellhu EllhuRoot ElihuRoot
Root Mr W Slurray Crane and Mr MrCornelius MrCornelius
Cornelius N Bliss to accept the post position posttion ¬
tion I chose him with extreme reluct reluctance reluctalice ¬
alice because I could ill spare him from fromthe fromthe
the cabinet cabinetThe cabineLTue
The assertion that Mr CorteJyou CorteJyouhad
had any knowledge gained while iu any anyofficial anyofilcial
official position whereby he was en enabled enabled ¬
abled to secure and did secure any con contributions contrlbutions ¬
tributions from any corporation is a afalsehood afalsehood
falsehood The assertion that there therehad therehad
had been made In my behalf and by my myauthority myauthority
authority by b Mr Cortelyou or by any anyone anyone
one else any pledge or promise or that thatthevo thatthec
thevo has been an understanding as to tofuture tofuture
future immunities or benefits In recog recognition reoognitlon ¬
nition of any contribution front any anysource anysoutte
source Is a wicked falsehood falsehoodThat falsehoodTluit
That Parker should desire to avoid avoidthe avoidthe
the discussion of principles I can well wellunderstand wellunderstand
understand but it is but the bare truth truthto
to say that he has not attacked us on onniiy onany
any matter of principle or upon any ac action action ¬
tion of the government save after first firstmisstating firstmisstating
misstating that principle or that ac action actlon ¬
tion But I cannot understand how any anyhonorable ny nyhonorable
honorable man a candidate for the thehighest thehighest
highest office in II the gift of the people peoplecan peoplecan
can take refuge not merely in person personalities personailties ¬
alities hut in such base and unworthy unworthypersonalities unwOrthypersonalities
personalities
IV IVLast S
Last week weekton ten months after Mr MrRoosevelts MrRoosevelts
Roosevelts outglvinjr outgivthgamm an investigating investigatingcommittee investIgatingcommittee
committee began the examination of of0ficers ofofllcers
0ficers of the large insurance compa companies cohupanies ¬
nies of New York Mr George W WPerkins WPerkins
Perkins vice nresident of the New NewYork NewYork
York Life Insurance company was wasplaced wasplaced
placed on the stand Then Thenlet let the theprpss theprnss
prpss dispntchos tQll the rest restTlo restTio
Tlo climax of the day came when whenMr vlmetMr
Mr Perkins was asked concerning an anentry anentry
entry of 45702 In a alodeer lodcer marked 0r 0rflewl Orrleretl
flewl paid by the president Mr Ran Randolph fandniplm ¬
dolph treasurer of the Now York Life Lifewho lifoho
who ho had been on the stand oar eare in inthe inthe
the day had been sharply Questtonnd Questtonndas
as to the purport of this entry but be bewas hewas
was unable to explain it He thought thoughtno
no one except the president could couldMr couldMr
Mr Perkins had been called to test testfy
fy 1 as to some other transactions and andpfter andfter
pfter fter a r recess < cesp he was asKed to produce producethe produrthe
the check It was made out aynhlc aynhlcto
to J P Morernn Co and Mr Perkins PerkinsfranWy PerkinsfranPiy
franWy stptM it v vIs s a contribution to totho totho
tho national Rpnublican nnnaitcn com committpc eMIlmittee
mittpc am1 am had bpnn raid aid to Cornelius CorneliusN
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careful consideration It mu must t not be beconsidered beconsidered
considered an ordinary cnntribuHnn to totho tothe
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lustration witness said the first con contribution contnibutlon ¬
i tribution made was in 1896 by President PresldemLfcCall PresidentMcCall
LfcCall who is a Democrat He con contributed vontnibuted ¬
tributed td the McKinley campaign campaigni campaignfund
i fund and voted for McKinley because becausehe
he felt It was in the best Interests of ofthe i ithe
the pollpyholdera of his company companyV
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1 president of the New York Life would wouldSiflil j jalng
alng a lively ditty and merrily and andvoluntarily andoluntaniiy
voluntarily toss 48702 to the birds as asa asLt
a matter of innocent amusement amusementDoes amusementV
V Does DoeeanY Tiny one imagine his dropping droppingthat dropplnlthat
that um Into the coffers of tb the Rcv Rcvpubllcan Republican
publican national committee last sum summer summiter ¬
miter as a matter of glorious altruism altruismwithout altruismWithout
without thought of advantage advantageand and yet yeta
a Dsmocratr Dsmocratrr
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demonstrated the gains to bo derived dorivc1by derivedby
by the high financiers of great cor corporations corporations ¬
porations simply through standing In Inwith inv1tit
with the powers in ofllce ofllceAnd ofilcdS
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with a srcatcr strength to confirm tho thoaccusations thOgccusRtiofls
accusations of Judge Parker than to tovindicate tovindicate
vindicate his Indignant opponent opponentIutavUlo opponentIouiztlio
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