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At first It was thought BBV ho had suicided. Frank Dechcry, tho Frenchman who BBV I was stabbed at Sitnnysldo some time Vj ago by nn Italian striker, nnd who was BBV reported several times to bo dead, Is VJ on tho road to recovery. Vj Threshing has coiumcuced In the BVJ I Ashloy valley, and reports from over BBV tho county Indicate that whllo tho BV wheat crop Im nbovo tho avorage, BBV thero Is considerable smut. BBbI J. I. White, a lineman employed In BBV Salt Lako City, fcnilng a polo upon BBK which ho wns working was fading with BBV' him, Jumped thirty feet to tho ground, BBV breaking both of his ankles. bbbw ' In tfco Salt l.ako oro and bullion BBV market tho week closed upon a nuw BBV record, tho settlements for that period BBV aggregating $G22,100, this compared BBV with $185,100 for tho previous week. BBV Tho war between tho saloon men BBV d restaurant proprietors of Salt l.ako BBJ has resulted In tho restaurant men BBl raising a fund to bo used in running BBl down suloon men who violate tho or- BBV dinancon. BBl Ilcuaiogard It. Frnuscau, n Kays- BBV' villo man, has disappeared, and his BBl family fear ho has met with foul play. BBV Ho started for I'ocatello to llud em- BBb ployment, nnd nothing has been heard BBV of him since. BBV From tho copper furnaces of Salt BBV l.ako vahcy there was forwarded to BBV tho eastern refineries during the past BBV week 855,011 pounds of copper bullion, BBV containing gold nnd silver, and of a BBV value exceeding $200,000. BBV A. I"1- Nelson, a miner, was entombed BBV tor tweivo hours In tho Continental BBV mine at Alta, owing to a cave-in, but BBV when his comrades succeeded In dig- BBV sing him out, ho was found to bo nona BBV tho worso for his experience. BBV Tho encampment of tho Black Hawk BBV war veterans at Sprlngvillo was onq BBV of tho most successful that has been BBV i held nnd tho old Indian fighters were BBV K well pleased with tho grounds and their BBV ' treatment by the Sprlngvillo people. BBV Tho Joint station of tho Hlu Urando BBV and tho Salt l.ako Houto at Sliver BBV City has been closed, owing to tho BBV lack of business at that camp. Since BBV tho ciosIng of tho mines in that section BBV of tho Tlntlc district shipments havo BBV not been sufficient to Justify maintain- BBV tug a BBV Tho United States Smelter company BBV has completed tho two-mllo spur con- BBV oectlug Its mammoth limestone quar- BBV rlcs with the San Pedro, Los Angeles BBV ft Salt Lake railway. Tho big Ume- BBV ttouo deposits are located about llvo BBV miles south of Mercur on tho east BBV blilo of Hush valley. BBV Tho i ah cauniug factories will turn BBV out 300,000 cases of tomatoes this BBV year. Tho crop this year will bring $1.75 per caso, and the tomatoes and BBV canned fruits combined will bring nt BBV least $1,000,000 to tho Utah producers. BV James II. Gardner, general suporln- BV tandem of tho Utah k Idaho Sugar BV company, annoimcos that tho factory BBV at American Fork will start on or BIB about Soptembor 15. Tho farmors will BBK, uogln digging boots about September BJHi H Tho .Mormon colony In Alberta, Can- BBV n'ht, aro holding out inducements to BBV tho olllclals of tho now Grand Trunk BV Pacific railroad to havo a lino built BV through thoir region. During tho last BV few years hundreds of Mormons havo BBV eoue from Utah to Bottlo In Canada. BV A rainstorm, tho heaviest for many V years, fell Saturday afternoon east of BV tho Wasatch raugo, flooding everything BV along tho Price river and towns houtii BY and making roads almost Impassible BV as well as damaging ranchors many BV thousands of dollars In loss of hay, grain and other crops. BBB, Lagoon entertained tho reeoid crowd BV of Its entire history on tho 24th, whon tho grocer? nnd imtchors, with their friends from Suit Lake City and Og- BHB (lon' v,Blt0,l tno resort for their nn- Bl Iiual outing. Mon, than loom) pi-.,x BBB . uie-seokors woro en tho grouuda Jur- i BBBj ) .sbbb. e day anu evening. BKVKsmBHr -i bVBHIHbmu BBBBBBBBBBBBKhBBBBBBBBBF! MINING CONGRESS ENDED. Next Meeting will be at El Paso, Toxaa, While Denver Gets Perma nent Headquarters. The seventh annual session of the American Mining congress, hold at Portland, Oro., was closed at noon Sat tirday. Tho following directors wore oloctcd for tho ensuing year: J. It Illchards, Idaho; Thomas Ewlng, Call fornla; E. It. Buckley, Missouri; A. V Olfford, Texas; John Dcrn, Utah; Will iam Lonnox, Colorado; J. Frank Wat son, Oregon; J. T. Cornforth, Alaska, and Georgo 13. Dorsey, Nebraska. Thoir nomination by tho commlttco appointed for that purposo was re ported back to tho convention by Pres ident Itlchnrds, to whom It had boon handed, and on motion of II. S. Joseph, of Utah, sccondod by James P, Call breath, Jr., of Colorado, tho secrotary was ordorod to cast tho ballot of tho congress for tho nominees named, which was dono. Tho voto was takon standing and wns unlmous. No rccommondntlons as to the presi dency and secretary for tho ensuing year woro mado to tho new board ol directors by tho congrci, but tho board mot Immediately after adjourn ment to elect these officers. Judgo J. H. Itlchnrds of Idaho was elected prosldont; Col. Thomas Rwlng of San Francisco, first vice-president; Dr. E. It. Iluckley of Holla, Mo., second vlco prosldcnt, nnd A. W. Olflord of EI Paso, Texas, third vlco-prosldent. Jamos Callhrealh, Jr., of Denver, was appointed acting secretary. Tho treas urer of tho American Mining congress will probably bo David Moffct, presi dent of tho Denver First National bank. At tho mooting of the board of di rectors tho action of tho congress In soloctlng Donver as tho permanent hoadquarters of tho American Mining congross nnd El Paso, Texas, Its next mooting placo, wns confirmed without dlssontlng voto. Utah Loses In Fight for Mining Con gress. Dy n voto of 83 to 02 tho American Mining congress, at the fifth day's ses sion, otf Friday, in Portland, Oro., de cided upon Donver ns tho placo for per manont hoadquarters for tho organiza tion. As soon as tho voto was an nounced, Judgo O. W. Powers of Salt l.ako City promptly moved that tho choice bo mado unanimous, which wns dono by ncclamntlon, nnd the leader of the Utah delegation was heartily applauded upon tho motion. I-nfo Penco, on behalf of Colorado, ox prossod tho appreciation of tho delega tion from that state on tho result of tho voto. Ho complimented tho Utah delegation on tho splendid showing mado by that stato and tho graceful manner In which tho result wns accepted. Gambling Devices Burned In the Streets. On Sunday at Halloy, Idaho, tho county nttornoy nnd sheriff raided all tho gambling houses In town, confis cated pnrphcrnalla nnd burned It In front of tho court house. Tho Metho dist conference Is In session thero and ministers gathered around tho burning pllo nnd sang praises. Sovoral speeches were mado and the affair developed Into ono of tho most spec tacular rollglous meetings ever held In the wost. A slmllnr raid wn . mado by the same officers In Hollovuo, para phernalia being broken Into pieces with sledgo hammers In tho street. Tho deputy sheriff at Soldier per formed a similar service. Virtually this rids Hlalno county of gambling dovlces. A recent serious row In a gambling houso aroused considerable reeling and wns largely rosponslblo for Sunday's developments. Kansas Women Destroy Saloons. Tour Joints, or Illicit saloons, woro wrecked by women nt Cuba, Kans., Sunday, and much liquor destroyed. Mrs. E. O. Frltes nnd Mrs. William McDonnld, wlvo3 of prominent busi ness men, armed with hatchets, first entered without warning tho plnco run by Den Hull. Without ceremony they began to smnsh everything In sight, and soon they had demolished tiar nnd flxturos nnd broken ovory bot tlo nnd opened every keg to bo found. I-ater they woro Joined by twenty flvo other women, nnd tho ontlro par ty raided tho other four Joints In Cuba. Tho stocks and fixtures at each placo woro destroyed In prompt order. Finally tho women spilled into tho streot a grct quantity of keg boor that had bcon confiscated and stored at tho city Jail. Men Burned to Death bMurlatlc Acid In Elevator Accident. Two men wero killed nnd two fatally Injured by tho falling of an elovator nt tho Babbitt soap factory In Now York City. On the elovator with tho mon whon It fell wero eight enrboys of muriatic acid, each weighing 185 pounds. Thcso broko opon and all four men wero badly burned. Tho four men woro mixed up In a mass of brokon glass and tho flood of ncld. nnd their screams as tho fiery stuff burned their flesh wero heartrending. Deported Citizens Return Home. Eugeno Engley, formor attorney gon oral of Colorado, ono of tho mon do ported August 20 by n mob led by mlno ownors, returned to Crlpplo Crook on Saturday Inst He had walked over tho hills from Tameron carrying a gun, and said he nould protect hlmsolf to' tho best of his ability Ho had not I boon moloHtod. Frank J Hangs, attor-1 ney for tho Western Fodcatlon of Miners who was n!-o run out of tho I rami, a w. A ao b.i- announced bis I Intontlou t como biuk RUSSIANS FALL BACK JAP8 CAPTURE ALL OUTLYING FORT3 AT PORT ARTHUR. Belief Is Expressed That Fall of Port Arthur Is Imminent, But that Rus sians Will Make a Sortie Be fore the End Comes. Tho Umdon Dally Mall's corre spondent, In a dispatch datod Satur day last, says: "Following Is tho position of Port Arthur: Tho Jnpaneno havo capture! all tho outlying fortlflcntlons, but th Kusslnns still hold tho cltadol on An tcshan, Golden Hill forts and tho forts on Tiger's Tall, Llao Tl mountain. Tho Japanese nro In possession of tho grodo ground and barracks un der tho Antoshan forts on tho out skirts. "Tho fall of Port Arthur Is bellovod to be Imminent. It Is believed tho garrison will mako a sortie beforo tho ond oomoa. JAP8 LAY DOWN THE LAW. Russia Must Disarm Ships Now In Harbor at Shanghai. Japan has addressed a noto to tho powors Informing 'them that unless Russia forthwith disarms hor warships In Shanghai Japan will bo forced to takon whntovor steps she deems neo ossary to protect her Intorcsts. Mr. Tnkahlra, th" Japanoso minister, call ed at tho stato department Saturday and loft with Mr Adco, the acting secretary of state, tho communication of tho Toklo government. Tho statement Is dcflnlatoly mndo In Washington that Japan Is sincerely doslrous that China's neutrality shall bo maintained. Tho Japanoso govern rnont, however, fools that If China falls to Insist upon tho Immediate disarm ament of the Husslan ships nl Shang hai, her noutrallty will havo been vio lated and In n manner so dangerous to Jnpan's own military Interest that Ja pan will be forced to tako such meas ures ns will effectively remove from tho stago of activity tho Husslan ships which havo sought rofugo In Shanghai. CZAR WILL NOT SUE FOR PEACE. Will Fight It Out Even Should Port Arthur Fall and Kuropatkln Be Driven Back. Tho nows comes from London that It Is learned that In conncctloi. with tho rovlyal of tho rumors of media tion that Emperor Nicholas only re cently announced In tho most posltlvo terms that ho wornd not permit poaco negotiations even should Port Arthur Fall and General Kuropatkln bo driven beck to Harbin. This fact, well understood In offi cial circles, has provented tho Drltlsh govornmont from taking any steps In tho direction of mediation. It Is knowta In London that Germany understood this attitude of tho Emporor as woll ns Groat Britain nnd other powerp. Therefore tho reports from Paris that Emporor William Is prepared to sug gest peaco Is dismissed as groundless, for tho presont at loast. FIGHT DUEL ON STREETS. One Man Killed and Several Wound ed In Fight Between Cowboys. In n shooting nffray at Silver City, N. M Constablo Perfecto Rodriguez was killed, Town Marshal Kllburn fn tally, and Patrick Nunn nnd Howard Chenowoth badly wounded. Nunn, who Is foreman of tho "Diamond A" cattlo outfit. In nn effort to lnfluenco soveral of his cowboys to roturn to tho ranch, beenmo Involved In n fight with ono of thorn. Chonowcth. n friend of tho cowboy Nunn, grabbed Nunn's rovolvor, which tho latter had laid asldo, and began shooting. Nunn was hit twice and Hodrlguoz, who wns attracted to tho sceno by tho noise of tho firing, was shot through tho heart nnd foil doad. Town Mar shal Kllburn thon attempted to dis arm Chonoweth and wns shot In tho neck, his wound bolng considered fatnl. In tho meantime Deputy Sheriff John Collier oamo running up. nrmerl with a shotgun, and engaged Cheno woth In n duel, Inlllotlng govero wounds In his fnco and nock. Tho fight occurred nn tho main street nf tho town. Oldfleld Has a Bad Spill, minded by dust from tho mnchlno of A. C. Wobb of Toledo, 0 Unrney Oldfleld lost control of his machine at tho World's fair automobllo speed contest at St. U)uH, Sunday, nnd crashing through tho outer fence of tho course killed John Scott, n watch man omployed nt tho park, and In dicted Injuries upon Nnthan Mont gomery, a negro, from which ho died. Oldfleld was painfully Injured nnd his machine completely demolished. Three Persons Fatally Hurt. Tbreo persons probably will dlo ns tho result of tho oxploslon in the apartment of Israel Hosonwelg, In n tonoment In Norfolk stroet, Now York. Thoy nro: Hosonwolg's wife, his n-ycnr-old son and his .1-months'-old bnby. Tho explosion and n vmall lire Mint followed created a panic In tho tonoment Hosonwelg, who Is n frankfurter peddler, had filled tho tnnlc of his frankfurter bailor with koroonn nnd HeM-d tho wick. It Is thotu-br. without screwing on tho stopper. MILITIA MAY BE NEEDED. District Judge After 8everal Citizens of Cripple Creek. Capiases wero placed In tho hands of Sheriff Hell of Crlpplo Creole, Thursday for twenty-eight prominent citizens of tho Crlpplo Creek district against whom Informations havo bcon filed In tho district court by Deputy District Attornoy C. O. Ilutlor. Tho charges aro conspiracy and assault to kill, conspiracy nnd fnlso Imprison lent, and conspiracy, malicious mis chief nnd larceny in connection with tho deportations last Saturday. Each of tho defendants whon ur rested will bo required by order of Judgo Lowls to furnish bonds for JC.500. In an Interview Judgo Lowls omphatlcally declared thnt deporta tions and other forms of lawlessness In Toller county must cease. Ho In timated that If tho accused aro tried beforo him and convicted ho will lm poso sentences without fear or favor. Somo of tho members of tho Mlno Owners' association havo taken excep tion to Judgo Lewis' firm stand for law nnd order, but as yet no open threats against him havo been made. THREE-FOURTHS FAVOR REBELS. People of Paraguay Become Tired of Their Rulers. Tho Paraguayan deputy, Senor Soler, who started Sunday last for nio Janeiro and other capitals to ondcavoi to securo tho recognition of tho revo lutionists by tho various governments, arrived In Dttcnos Ayrcs on tho 25th, Ho said that three-fourths of tho pop ulation of Paraguay sympathize with tho revolutionists and that tho fur ther bombardment of Asuncion, tho capital of Paraguay, was abaudoned only bocauso tho government hnd tak en tho cannon from tho fortifications nnd lodged them In front of tho prl vato houses of revolutionary sym pathizers. Senor Soler says that tho number of government troops Is wholly Insuffi cient to resist tho attack of tho revo lutionists, and thnt even these troops oro confined to their barracks, owing to tho fear that they may desort. AMBUSHED BY BANDITS. Captain of Constabulary Killed on Island of Leyte. A detail of tho constabulary has been ambushed on tho Island of Ley to by a superior forco of bandits. Captain II. Barrett of tho constabulary was killed In tho fighting. Thero has been troublo In tho prov Inco of Mlsamls, island of MIndnnao, where bandits havo looted several towns. Tho nativa authorities were defied and Pablo Mercedo and hla family woro kidnaped. Mercedo was accused of being too friendly with tho Americans. Throe Chlneso stores woro burned. Four natives woro mur dered, throo of them bolng burled illvo. Colonel Harbord of tho con stabulary Is now on tho trail of tho bandits. Lieutenant Thornton of the con stabulary has mot death by drowning noar Dagupan, Island of Luzon. Republicans Name Ticket. The following ticket was placed In tho field by tho Republicans of Utah nt tho convention held In Salt Lake City on tho 26th: Governor, John C. Cutler of Salt Lake; secretary of state, C. S. TIngoy of Nephl; Justlco of supremo court, D. N. Straup of Salt Lako; treasurer, James Christiansen Df Richfield; auditor, J. A. Edwnrds of Brigham City; attornoy general, M. A. Drecdon of Salt Lako; superintendent of schools, A. CJ Nelson of Monti; congressman, Joseph Howell of Wells vlllo; presidential electors, II. P. My ton of Salt Lako, D. H. Cannon of St. Georgo and E. W. Wado of Ogdon. Unseated Delegates Hold Convention and Nominate Ticket. A dispatch from Wlnneraucca, Nov,, says forty-llvo delegates who woro un seated by tho credentials commlttco of tho silver convention met nt Silver Stoto hall Thursday and organized. They appointed n state central com mltto and elected officers. Presiden tial electors woro chosen nnd a pint form adopted endorsing Watson and Tibbies. Tho rest of tho stato ticket will bo filled out by a commlttco ap pointed for tho purposo nnd n cam paign contest will bo mado throughout tho stato. Cattlemen Losers by Strike. General N. W. Sheaz, a cattlo raiser of Waterman, S. D announces that tho tho cattlo raisers of his section woro about to appeal to President Roosevelt to snvo them from bank ruptcy by Intervening to bring tho strlko to a close. Sheaz brought 500 head of cattlo to tho stock yards In Chicago rather than faco tho loss of feeding them longer. Ho declares they sold at a loss of $8 n head. Oth ers, ho said, aro feeding largo herds nt heavy loss rather than face per haps greater losses by shipping. Jap Believes the War Will End In Very Short Time. M Iyotu, n member of tho Japanese royal family, In an Interview nt Oma ha, Nob., said: "Russia's succosbIvp defeats at tho hands of Admiral Togo has left but a ragged fragmont of n once powerful navy. Tho reduction rl this romnant Is a question of n Bhort time. There Is not tho sllghtost doubt In the Japanoso minds of nn early end of tho war. In which Ru-sln will bo tho worst defoatod nation In ' tho history of tho wrrld" i BOY TOLD SECEETS AND 10 MURDERED BY MEMBERS OF "BLACK HAND" GANG. Most Cold Blooded Assassination, the Murderer 'Having Been Selected for the Purpose of Punishing the Lad. Salvatoro Bossoto, 18 years old, was shot to death at his father's restaurant In Park street, Now York City, by Carlo Rossatl, 35 years old, because ho had disclosed to tho pollco secrets of tho alleged "black hand." Tho fa ther wns knocked down nnd choked Into Insensibility by tho slayer, who then ran down tho street followed by a great mob. Italians to tho number of 1,000 later atacked tho Elizabeth street pollco station, hurled missiles nt tho police and prisoner, hurting two detectives nnd ono policeman. They would havo torn tho murderer limb from limb If It had not beon for tho nrrlvnl of tho rcservo pollco from two station houses, who wero forced to uso clubs and fists and threatened to shoot. According to tho pollco tho murder wns deliberately planned by an or ganized gang, which Is alleged to havo sent to Toronto for Rossatl, who ar rived in Now York City tho night pre vious to tho crime. After his arrival ho was seen about Mulberry Dcnd with Italians, nnd because qt his lm menso stature attracted attention, Bossoto Is nn enemy of theso or ganized gangs, and his son Inherited his father's opposition to tho lawless clement of their countrymen. When not studying music young Bossoto helped about tho restaurant. FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE. Port Arthur Siege Bloodiest Since Sedan. Tho final nssault on Port Arthur Is Imminent, according to ndvlcos from Toklo. Hundreds of Japanese guns continue, to pour n destructive flro Into tho city nnd harbor along tho lines of forts and entrenchments prepara tory to tho infantry assault. It Is evi dent that tho Russian lines havo been weakened and partly penetrated In the lclnlty of Autzshan and Itzshan forts. Tho Japanoso death-roll will bo heavily Increased beforo thoy nro cap tured. Tho direction of tho Jnponcso attack creates tho Impression hero that tho city and defenses on either sldo of tho harbor entrance will fall first. Tho final stand will bo made at Ltaotlcshan. Japanoso official channels of Infor mation remain closed and the navy department's announcement of tho striking of a mlno by tho battleship Sevastopol nnd thp firing upon tho Russian forts by tho cruisers Nlsshln nnd Kasuga Tuesday are tho only dis closures mado for soveral days. It Is believed hero that both sides havo Buffered heavy losses and that tho final record will make tho siege the bloodiest since Sedan. APPEAL TO ROOSEVELT. Deported Miners Request President to Intervene. A petition has been mailed to Pres ident Roosevelt asking him to Inter vene In behalf of tho mon deported from Crlpplo Creek, Colo., last Sat urday night nnd protect them In thoir return to tho district. Tho petition Is a voluminous nffalr, and Includes a personal statement of John II. Murphy, general counsel for tho Western Federation of Minors, tho affidavit of Thomas II. Parfet, ono of tho deported men, who claims that ho was badly beaten by members of tho mob, nnd a sworn statement df his physlclnn to tho effect that Parfet Is suffering from Injuries that may re sult sorlously. Tho wholo caso Is based on tho alleged abuse received by Parfet 'at tho hands of tho mob. Miners Blown to Atoms. A frightful nccldont occurred at tho Argonaut mlno at Jackson, Cal. Four mon, William J. Curnow, Amerigo Scatena, Michael Qtilnn nnd William Jewell, employed In sinking a shaft, prepared eighteen or twenty holes nnd whllo lighting tho fuses, ono blast ex ploded prematurely. Curnow, Sca tena and Qtilnn woro so badly Injured by tho explosion thai they woro un nblo to do anything to savo thorn selves. They wore, thercforo, exposed to tho dobrls of tho other blnsts, nlno or ton In number. Tho threo men wero literally blown to pieces, Jowoll wns Btruck In tho back by tho first blast, but managed to got out of dan ger beforo tho othor oxploslons oc curred. Ho Is severely Injured, but will recover. Conductor Disobeyed Orders. A head-on collision occurred Wed nesday on tho Rochester & Eastorn railroad noar Plttsford, N, Y. As far ns can bo learned, 35 pcoplo wero In jured, somo badly, but nono fatally. It Is said that tho conductor nnd motor man of tho westbound car disobeyed orders nnd nttompted to "steal" a switch, with disastrous results. Thu collision happened nt a curvo while both cars wero going nt a high rate of speed. Fnlllng glass nnd splinters I woro rosponslblo for ir.'ny of tin wounds REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Following Is tho platform adopted I by tho Republican of Utnh, at tho U stato convention held in Salt Lako I City. August 2G, 1001: V Tho Republicans of Utah, voicing B their prldo and satisfaction In tho party of I Incoln, of Grant, and of Mr Klnloy, Its Illustrious lenders and pa triots, renew their fidelity to Its prin ciples, nnd declare their enthusiastic approval of its policies. Theso poll, cios lifted tho country from tho slough of Democratic disaster Into which It was plunged from 1803 to 1897, and thoy have bcriflted every man, woman nnd child In thlB grent republic. Wo look with hcartfolt satisfaction upon tho achievements of this great party of tho patriotic people, the party which hns always Insisted that every man, rich or poor, whlto or black, must bo equal beforo tho law, and that Americans must bo always tho object of Its especial caro and protec tion, both nt homo and abroad. Wo most emphatically Indorso tho platform adopted by tho Republican nntlonal convention nt Chicago this year, commending It to tho voters of this stato as nt onco a record of Illus trious achievement, a forceful presen tation of beneficial and undying prin ciples, a pledgo of prosperity and ad vancement, nn assttranco of tho high standing of this nntlon throughout tho world, and a recital of enormous ben efits to tho people. Wo gladly reaffirm that platform and mako It our own by adoption. Wo support with whole-hearted en thusiasm tho nominations mado by jq? that convention as worthy successors m of tho Illustrious statesmen whom tho ' Republican party has hitherto put In nomination for tho great nntlonal of fices of this country, nnd wo pledgo I our undivided fealty to Theodore Roosevelt nnd Chnrlcs W. Fnlrbnnks, determining to glvo them a majority In noxt November thnt will bo a satis faction to them and n Joy to us. Wo rclolco In tho Immeasurnbln benefits conferred upon our country through tho good management of Re publican administrations, and wo view with especial appreciation tho splen did measures established for tho recla mation of tho nrld lands through tho ennctment of tho nntlonal irrigation law, a wise and statosmnnllko ennct ment which will fix high In tho nlcho of fame tho name of tho man nnd pres ident through whose efforts It w.i9 speeded In Its passago, ard by reason of which efforts It can Justly bo called tho Roosevelt Irrigation law. Republicanism, tho glory of the na tion that It saved; which has mado this country n world power; has car ried freedom and solf-jespect to mil lions of downtrodden people In tho West Indies nnd In tho Philippines; has mndo this nation respected and deferred to as It never was beforo; has mado this republic the foremost nation of tho world, so thnt In every dollcnto question of International right nnd usnge tho United States Is first consulted and Its Initiative sought and gladly followed. Is tho prldo of lm- & manlty. It Is tho living forco of free- M dom nnd of nationality. And, good as It Is for the people nt largo It Is E equally good for tho people of Utah. a Rejoicing In tho firm and admlrablo I establishment of state government In H Utnh by Republicans; In tho wlso measures enacted for tho ordorly car- B rying on of public nffalrs; In tho hap- B plness and prosperity of tho peoplo I under thnt government; In tho'thor- ! oughnoss as well as tho economy of ! tho state administration, freo from all taint or suspicion of wrongdoing, wo 1 Bhow to tho peoplo a clean balanco I sheet which Invites their confidence, 1 assures them that Republican admin- 1 Istratlon Is what thoy want for their I futuro, as It has beon so praiseworthy I and so much to their benefit In tho I past. They might do worso, but can M nover do better thnn to continue their . confidence, which has never been mis- If placed, in tho party of patriotism, tho I party that does things; tho party that 1 nover shirks or dodges; tho pnrty that M always conies out In tho opon and ll says plainly what It moans the grand old Republican party; this confidence n to bo manifested In strenuous and tin- coaslng work for tho wholo of Its 1 ticket, to tho end thnt tho 8th day of I November noxt may closo upon a I splendid Republican victory nil nlong ft? tho lino. Tho Republican party always of- feets results; It has no deadlocks that 1 provent It taking notion. It recalls tho reproach to tho stato which camo "'fifflil upon It through tho Democratic falluro gf to elect n sonntor whon thero wns n f Democratic legislature that should havo performed that duty. It firmly 1 pledges Its legislative nominees to tho II porformnnco of their rightful function 1 In this behalf In enso a Republican legislature Is chosen In November I noxt. Tho Republican legislators aro A hereby plcdgod to go Into caucus and u nominate a candidate, and tho ma- I Jorlty of tho votos In that caucus must 1 bo declslvo In controlling tho action of I ovcry Republican In tho legislature for United Stntes Senator. Wo favor tho cstnbllshlng of n stnta park covorlng tho northwestern part of tho Uintah reservation, and request of representatives In congress to uso thoir best endeavors to accomplish that purposo. Palm Tree Wine. Tho natives of Ceylon mako a kind I of wine by tapping palm trees and allowing the sap to forment In vessels I attached to tho trees. A species of parrots (Coryllls Indlctts) has discov ered thnt this sap tastes good, and parrots are frequently found drunk near tho trees. Original Rough Riders. Tho original Rough Riders ante datod tho pony express by soveral ypars. The Rlflo Rangers thomsolvei vero rough riders, and Mayno ncld V was a captain, leading In person mnny J? n gallant chnrgo against tho "greas- j crs," Apaches, Commnnches and Sioux. It Banishes Files. Plnco In ovcry room this mixture: Half a tcaspoonful of whlto popper, nno teasiioonful of brown sugnr, and cno of cream, woll mixed together. If cream Is not avallablo, uso strong croon tea well tu'cetoned.