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THE MORNING EXA.M1.NEK: (Hi HEN. UTAH. .AMUSEMENTS. GRAND OPERA HOUSE II. ALEXANDER Rover-ent-Artiat- PARSIFAL in English. Adaptsd by Wm. Lynch Roberts. Ths Most Noted Production of the Century. Played by a Select Company of S3 Artists. SPECIAL NOTICE: For tile eon Parsifal" pairuna ihv former rale of commencing the evening performance at 1:80 and dinner intermis-siugiving a two-hou-r has been done away with. During this engagement the curtain n rise at 7:4a sharp. Carriages may ha ordered at 11. Auditors must ha In thett- seats at rise of Srst curtain, as no one will he seated during ths action of the play. Tlcksta ordered by Mall will be promptly forwarded m receipt of Money Order and PRICES: 11.60, $1.00, Envelope. 75e. 60c. Scat Sals New Open. aril - UTAIINA THEATER TONIGHT a Production of the Great Play A Magnificent NORTHERN LIfiHTS 10, 201 SOo. i.e IF YOU WOULD BE GRACEFUL LearntoSkate FOR THE ' GANNON HE afternoon cept and evening e. Sundays. at l:S0 p. m. PRICES: Afternoon Admission, Evenings, 15c. 10c. Grand Mhrch COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE. In short winter ia near. The wise will prepare. The most for the least should re your study. For your sake see ua for stoves, furniture, dishes, etc., pew end second-han- d. THE JUMBLE, HELLO 1144. The more you look at tho class of laundry work turned out by this establishment the more cartels wo ire that ? will edtatlnuo to favor us with Four orders, for our prices are well. iihia the reach of everyone. for our new ' rates on family ashing. They will interest you. Ask Ogden USE f BALL H STRIKES THE EDITOR STINGING BLOW. Sleam Laundry 437 35th 8L phones 174. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. want ads yield big results. w,ant ads yield big results. TICKETS A B. B. B. Self-Risi- ng Floor Extentne preparation re being made by the La uie' Republican flub (vr the reception and grand ban to be given tomorrow aftornaon and eientr.g. at which Congressman Chas. Littlrtleld of Matae win he list guoel of honor. The recopoou at tho court, houaa la the cfieraoon will ha open re all and the ball iu the evening will act he aa exclusive aBalr. but admission to It will he by ticket, this airwugament being made by indies who anticipate a great crush at the Congress dancing hail and n la taken to prevent The flret to apply will overcrowding be flrsi served. TTie earn lesion to the nail will be free end those wish-- , ing to attend it should secure tkeiF tick": before all the 250 are gene. Those from whom tickets ran be ocured are the foliowlug : Mies Jeannette Bingham, cnuwr clerk's office: Mr. K- - 1C. West and Mias Annie Brown, county reeerdafa office; Mrs. Florence Howell, Howell A Sons Dry Good store; Mrs. S unford, city record era office ; Mrs. Jennie E. Nelaoa, 319 Twenty-fourtsi root; Mrs. Evelyn Glaucous, Mrs. G. A. Swbriug. Mrs. S. T. Iliiion-lakl- . Mr.- - David Maitaoa, lira. Carl Alliaon and Mia Irene Mreng. Ths tickers will he ready for distribution Thuiwdny morning The ladles ff the dub en doing make the everything In their power vl-ff- t.-i- ie made. Before 8 o'clock Tuesiiay night seat in the theater was tilled. and a few minutes after attendants were turnirg hundred away. Every foot of apace from the pit to the dome was, packed and the stage was Oiled with the representative people of Utah from ali parties, and af'er three hours of apcech-maklra change of opinion concerning tne Atnerlkearti party swept over the vast audlemv, which was thrilled with the plain, unvarnished troth of the senior senator. The masting was the greatret political sensation that has appeared iu Utah iu year. Congressman Charles E. Littlefield of Maine delivered a masterly address that held his audl cbqp spellbound for an hour and a half, after which Senator Smoot con limed a similar period of time with his own story of the men who have maligned him and have Injured Utah because they could not rule in this g Flor-enn- there is no controversy so far as that is concerned." Senator Smoot told of the banquet given by Kearns at WaehlngtAin and bow President Joseph F. Smith of the Mormon church was present. He aald that at the clone of the banquet Kearns took President Smith aside am wanted him to ask Reed Smoot to resign from the United States senate. Jw 19u4,-Jcharged, Tam Kearn:' visited Joseph F. Smith, and demanded that he compel Senator Smoot lo resign. The senator was in the adjoining room when Kearns made the request. and President Smith refum'd him on the ground that the Republican party had honorably elected him, and that the Mormon church was nut in politics. Frank J. Cannou came in for a ahare of the attack, and among other things Senator Smoot said if he woie an nnneet, clean man. he would nut be writing the slush that appears each day ia tho Kearns organ, lie read Cannon's eulogy of President Smith that appeared in tho Mlllenial Star jag. 9, 1903, and compared it with the taiements of Cannon today. He characterized aa a deliberate lie the statement of Cannon that an apostle of the Mormon church had asked what the Amerlkearns party would take In settlement of the present fight, sod he offered to give 50 to charity If Frank Cannon cottld prove hla assertion. Senator Smoot's address had nothing of the flowery verbose that characterizes the orator, but he stated plain facta In a plain way that was a deep. Implainly understood, and left audieni-epression upon the splendid Congressman Littlefield's address was confined mostly to national issues, bat he made an ardent appeal to the voters of Utah to return Joseph Howell to congress. A feature of his address ms a statement of his position In regard to labor. The theatre was decorated with flags, the. Imperial Male Quartet sang "With Cash From the Great Silver King" and the Utah Slate band played patriotic music. There wan unbounded enthusiasm throughout the entire meeting. Col. George B. Squires was presiding officer. In Introducing CongressIf anybody man Littlefield, he said: haa an Idea that the Republican party ia weak in Salt Lake county or In the state of Utah, he is very much mistaken. and while 1 am not given to campaign predictions. I want to state now that in spite si my opinion right iff all the efforts of the enemies of the Republican parly. It is going to triumph la Salt Lake county this fall." The prediction brought forth a iterm of applause. During Congressman Littlefields' address on labor, a woman in the audience asked: Where do the Sociallats come In?" . They haven't come in yet." replied the gentleman from Maine, quicklr, but when they do come In In sufficient umbers, perhaps we will notice them." UJien Senator Smoot arose to speak, after being introduced hjr Col. Squires as a man about whose election there had been po bacchanalian revel, and man who was entitled to the support of svery man who supported him when hs'Vzslelected, the senator was given a great oration, the applause lasting several minutes. My mother taught me, said he, to love the truth. My mother taught me to be honest and the motto she gave me was: To be true to myself, to be true to my country, and to be true to my God. I have tried to live according to this teaching. . I do not know of one act of mine that has bren done deliberately-- ' to esue an injury to a ( me to Pr"r enefc When mu 1 All Grocers. ALLENS B. B. B. FLOUR CO. Coast Factory, Sam Jose, CaL Eaeterw Factory. Llttlo Wolf 51 ilia, Manawa, Wi, t i . Second Hand Stores 'i The JUMBLE buys, aailw or any eld thing" (blues" eepaed) and mast new onto. 2MQ Wash. Hails, 1144 -- I t j SECONDHAND STORE. NEVADA W buy and soli all kinds of now and escMd-hangaeda. Call or phsna Weeks r A Haynea, Preps. IN 15th SL d Ruh lad. 523. PAUL ZIEGENMIRT, 4 Store. If you hava anything to asll or buy 1S7S Wash. Avw. sail or phan ID to Sasond-Hen- d , Bell B6S k. Ind. ITS. a A. DSNKERS Will pay ths highest pnes for secondhand furniture and sell to ths publis. the cheapest. Mid Grant Ave. Beil Phono $l7-k- . Ind. S20L I i C. J. HERRICK A CO, Buscsaaora to H. L. White. your goods hare If yew want hall a grand auaresa aud Indications to Bring oell thorn. Call wre If yuu want are that It will be one of the great-e- t M4t Wash Ave. Beir Puenc aortal events of the season, with buy. 5tS-y-. Ind. 407. a thoroughly good tlmo far all, who are fortunate in attending. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. u PARSIFAL" IN ENGLISH at Grand the Tonight Opera H iuse Curtain at 7:4? Sharp the United Stales ' senate you placed .hat confidence in me because you bought I was worthy of it. I have tried to live, both in Waah-ngloaud at home, so Jhst no dlscred-- t lie thrown un the dear state of Utah. : have tried to an live that no people say that Utah made s mistake In .ending Reed Smoot to the senate." Senator finiout said he fur all the people, that he lad complied wkh requst of Mor-no- n and- Geui.lle whenever com pli nce was within his poser. Bui two 'quests were made that h' did not comply with because he did not think .her were-i- the intercuts of Utah, and .larilcularly of Salt iaike city. n Snow neve: I know that President. sold a eenatorshlp to Thomas Kearns, and I know that Senator Sutlierlsm. If Mr. did not say that he did. Kearns agrees with me on that wore e h a When I read that challenge," aald Senator Saiout, I thought to myself: 'Who wrote that fur the honorahli Thomas Kearns T' said a voice Frankie Cannon, from the gallery. The challenge Is based on an absolute and wilful falsehood. He vkr me to arrange a debate to discuss a lie that he has put in his own mouth. For Bueton Frown Broad For Plum Pudding Ov- Scciai. Senator Reed Smoot told the Tom Kw:i)x to an audience tLat tilled evrr iuci of apace at the Sslt Like ilicucr Tueetjay In piaiu word ne d someth tightfl heret lore unwritten history of Kearns. avowed the Insincerity of ine light waged by the Kearns out Hr on he Mormon chiirro and the Republican party and paundvd convincing logic Into nnartv tve thousand people to subsrantiaie every areertioa that ho state. The feature of Senator Smoot's was his reply to the challenge of Tom Kearns to engage him in Joint debate as to whether the late Lorenio Snow sold Kearns a asat In the United Bute senate. The challenge, written by eome one else, was baaed on a falsehood. It stated that 8enaur George Sutherland haa charged that the Mormon church had sold Kmtiik a Mnatorshlp. Senator 8mout read from the address of Senator Sutherland, and showed- that the Junior senator had never said that Keama had bought a aenatonhtp from Lorenio te Prevent Tor Muffins ercrowding at the Republican trjth about - FREE TO ALL APPLYING FOR THEM. Admission by Ticket ie Also Gives Tom Kearns a Rap in a Speech Heard by Thousand in Salt Lake. m every 5 LANDS ON Snow. PRICE is.n. l'or Panvakea Maters. Martin & Emery'a and Sumptuous Presentation of Richard Wagner's Sacred Festival Play vrulence of i, NO CHARGES GRANT. Rea. Mgr. TONIGHT i'i i:.hhi:i: VoKMVd, REED SMOOT Northwestern Theatrics' Association. Direction nITHY ld worked-mpartlall- u "Sen liter Thomas Kearns," hi' continued. "requested me.-sn- l his request, was joined in by another person, a poor, simple minded men claiming lo oe a Mormon, a Mr. Frasier, U sselet Aim in securing the removal of Arthur L. Thomas. Kearns raked me to go to the President aud lemsnd that Thomas he removed. Alien 1 looked into the chargee .igsinet Thoms s and learned the spirit sack uf them 1 ahaulutei.r refused. I said to Mr. Kearns that I did not propose to ue my Influence o do a wrong to a- living soul. When be suggested to me Unit If Thomas were removed s .Mormon could he pul In his place 1 was insulted herausr he thought he could appeal to me on that ground, because he thought that as I was a member of (hut church I would he moved by his plea. N makea no difference to me what a man's religion may he. If he la honest and worthy 1 would like to help him. be he Mormon, Jew or Gentile. At this point Senator Smoot digressed long enough to assure the audience of his love for Utah. 'Then he continued: But there are some things in Utah of which I am ashamed. I'm ashamed' of any party that will endorse a man that la ashamed of Prod dent Rouse-vei- l. Senator Smoot waa referring to Colonel Matt Daugherty, aud Major Myton, who sat directly behind 'uie speaker, called hlu at lent Ion to the fact that Daugherty whs one of the uf the "American" county convention. Smoot then read the talk made by Dauglfrty against Roosevelt including the charge that Roosevelt had entored Into a deal with the Mormon people. "1 am not only ashamed of this man. continued the senate;, but he lies about the President when he says Mr. Roosevelt entered into a deal .with the people of Utah. For there lips been no such deal made. I am ashadi-e- d of the course taken hy the Sait Lake Tribune. 1 m auhstned of the leaders and the owners of that great paper. Has It done our state any good during the last two or three years?" Senator Smoot told a story of how a man who bad Intended to take up hla residence here had been obliged to move away boesuae his wife and. daughters were scared of their lives through reading the Trlliune." The senator declared that when he came home from Washington In 1904 many met him. and pleaded with him not to enter into an alliance with Senator Kearns to control the politics of the state. I had a right to believe that waa sentiment then," he the continued, and I believe that it Is. Now what can I think when I see men who asked me to protect non Mormons sailing under the Kearns colors. Sotno of them are even in hla pay. I want to Fay that what I have done I have done for the best, interests of Utah. I have no desire to appeal to your prejudices. I believe there are hundred In the Tom Kearns party that are honest, but mistaken. Tf they knew the true conditions they would repudiate their leaders and refuse to follow them. They would have too much honor to follow tho lead of such men. Do you believe for one moment that If Tom Kearns had been sent tack to the United State senate the Salt Lake Trlbnne would be In the ariitnde it occupies todav? Do you thing that If Allan T. Sanford had been appointed United States attorney he would be in the American party? Do yon believe that Ben Hey wood would be In the American party if Kearns had gone back to the senate? I hope the day will come when ev-r- r nonest Amer:rn' will know rh Font-mast- er - n non-Morm- that this parly was formed and ita object Iu beginning was baaed upou haired, revenge, graft, dis1 honesty. only speak as 1 know the founders of the party and as I know It was i. ahai HIGH UP ON their aria. I saw In the paper this morning a challenge. When I resd It 1 thought to myself: How absurd tills is. What man wrote this challenge for the Honorable Thomas Kearns? Who wax It put him up to It 7 Bu: there la some-lhfn- g deeper than absurdity in this. The men that have dune It either take you for idlola or they are weakralnd-c- d men themselves." Senator Smoot read the Kearns challenge to a joint debate and d rill'd that Sutherland bad ever charged that the late President Know sold a aenatorahlp to Senator Kearn. He rend from a si e"ogrnphlc report of Sutherland's sprpeh on this point, and made It clear that the charge had mil been made. Now, then, he weut on, 1 wan' u say to yon that thla chHIcngc i based upon un abso-lule- , willful fsRelnnd. Kearns asks me md give him part of to come bci the time of thi- - meeting, or to arrange another meeting, to discuss a lie that romes irom his own mouth. What an Infamous thing! I want tu hv to you that Senator a!d what Tom Sutherland never Kearns says he Mid. I want to nay. to you that I kimw rrenldent Snow never sold a mnatorshlp to Thomaa i Hear is. and tf Kearn agrees with me on thst pbnt, there Is no controversy between us a far ss that Is T admire a man who has concerned. honest cunvtctlonx and Is brave enough to endeavur to carry them out. But I despise a man who aall under falae colors and asks people to follow him. "I want every here and the state of Utah to Judge whether Thomas Kearns is sincere In the be has taken. President Smith and Apostle Lyman were called to Washington in 1904 to testify before the cunimltiec on rvl,llegcs and elections. After they had testified, Senator Kearns gave a dinner in their honor, to which lie invited eighteen or twenty retidents of Washington. At the close of the dinner he called President Rmith aside and wanted lo talk politic with him. He wanted President St.ilh aupport him for the senate. President 8in!ih aald he -, but Kearns pleadwas not in politiced and implored and argued until the only way President Smith could get rid of him was hy telling him to see George A. Siuitn on his return to Utah. He did come back and be did oeo George A. Krnith, hut he could with him. effect no oombiri-itioYou remember ;hal when President Roosevelt came r Salt Lake, Kearns gave a breakfast In his honor. President Smith was there. Kearns waa not horrified over President Smith's utterances tbeu. Liter, I happened to ho in the hack loom of President Smith's office when Thomas Kearns there to see him. 1 heard Kearns no) tell President Smith that he ought to compel me to resign from the senate. Preekicnt Smith told him he had not he would not ask elected me and me lo resign." Senator Smoot. In conclusion, paid his respects to Senator Frank J. Cannon. He declared that if Senator Cannon were honest and sincere he would not be where he la now. Then he read an article written by Senator Cannon for the Mlllenial Star In 1903. an article highly eulogistic of President Smith, and wanted to know what hod happened to enure Senator Cannon to pour our dally the viala of hla wrath on the had of the man he thought so much of then. The speaker called artenifon to Senator Cannon's declaration that an apot!e of the church had asked him what the 'Americana' wanted to induce them to quit In t fighting. That statement is so absurd that it is hardly worthy of notice," Senator Smoot hotly declared. I wish to say here I believe It to be g deliberate lie. I am willing to place my check for 3C00 m the hinds of any honest man, provided. Frank Cannon will do the same, and I will forfeit the money to any charity in the state if he can prove that it la true. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. Overcoats CHURCH A and Suits STEEPLE FOUR MEN CLING TO THE SWAYING STRUCTURE. Tearing Down of the Methodist Spiro ia a Sight to Make One Disiy. .Dont bny till you rail and look us over. High up above I'm sidewalk, swaying with every tremor of lhe alight Htriirturc tu whlrli they clung, four workmen employed by Flewelltng A Bridges, cowrarinin. attracted attention yenterd,- - J- - they worked on iho very Up of Lhe steeple of the Find Mnibodlat church, ordered loro down by the truKieca of the rhurrh. Their upward prugrcuK hindered, greatl) by timbers on the innlde of I lie snire, the woikmcn were compelled tu force a hole from the Interior through the heei copper on th outside, and by Ihlw moans they constructed a small Kcaffold upon which been O gain a foothold. This ha plarcd about ten feci front the tip of the steeple, and front this point lh struct ura will bo razed piece hy piece from the Innlde. Bycry- - piece will be lowered slowly and carefully by rope to die ground, a distance of alwnit 175 feel. Copper sheeting forms the exterior of tne upper part of the spire, and tin the lower part. One of thu workmen slated thla afternoon that with every gust of wind the Ftecple swayed, and that the wore wan dangerous lo a certain degree. A man who l Inclined to lie dlzzy wouldn't find It very pleaaant 'wav up there." aald he, as he calmly piiared to climb up aguiu. But all atrudures id that kirn), however, are built rn that they give to the wind, elae they would topple over." Th work will require about one wpcIi. After that, plana will bo made for the Immediate construction 'of a suitable suiierstrncittre for the brick Putnam Clothing House Estes Doctor Specialist Curas whan ethers fail. Modern methods. Free conaultatien for any Chronle Disease of any nama r nature. Every case guaranteed. A Dla-taae- . DR. lower. Regulates eiisy natural htlpstion- - ibe bowels, promotes movements, cures con-- . IX-an'- druggist for them. Regulets. 35 rants Ak your a box. ndf qg Partial List of Diseases Cured Catarrh. Drainetn, Ringing In tho Bare, Diseases a of th" Hoad, Throat, Nose, ye or Ear. All wf the Lungs, Branchial Tubes and CbeeL Diseases of li Stomach, Idvsr, Kidneys and Bladder. Heart Disease, Rheumatism, Asthma, Nervous Troubles, 8l Vitus Donee, Pile, it tuln a,id all Rectal Troubles, Tape Worm, Blood Poteoulng from any cause. Diseases peculiar to Women. ANT PRIVATE DIHBABB OP MEN quickly cuied to stay cured. Remember the examination and dries la FRE2. Come at onea. Tomorrow may bo too late. Call or writs. ESTES, SPECIALIST Office hours. 10 a. m. to p. m. 2441 Washington Ava. (Boyle TtinrVi rtt'lrn. Utah Entranre Room 19. Remrmbrr the number. j t FINLEY BROCKS IN TOWN i He la Within 90X100 Pounds of Coffa of His GoaL Finley G. Brooks, the coffee king, who Is endeavoring to sell a million poimda uf coffee I III year for a lUl.OOq prize, was In Ogden today, calling on the local trade. Mr. Brooks states that he la within Sit.OdO pounds of tho million mark, and that he placed an order for a car toad of coffee with the firm of John Scowcroft A Sons compounds. pany, calling for 37, "Htick Finn." as Mr. Brook ia commonly called to' the boys on thi road, has gained the reputation of being the largrst. retail coffee sale man in th United Rules. To hla customer. Mr. Brooks i sending ont. ietteron the colire market, In which It I stated' that the Brazilian govarnmeht had raised to buy coffee to protect their planters and plantation. The government haa started buying 3.0O0.A4O bags of coffee at a time until the desired They Fear the Light HlllffiiSUJJ WHO DO THE WnOMa BWRffi LAM, SNIAK TNtffiVBB AND THAT LIKE. '0 Turn on the Light . ONE GREAT ADVANTAGE OP ELECT INC LIGHTS OVSR ALL OTHERS. advance price is reached. FOOTBALL EXCURSION TO SALT LAKE Via Rio Granda Western Ry4 Saturday, Nov. 3rd. Inter-stat- e championship game, University of Utah w Untvcralty of Mon3 p. m Cummings tana. Kick-of- f field. Train leave a. m., returning, leaves Salt Lake Fare. 9 f. Ofl P 1.00 round trip. Wffiffil MFWSffiffilUt CV 11 Li R. S. CAMPBELL. General Manager vrt . gL -A for Mmi, Boys and Children are lhe inont rumple! line in. the City, and at prices to suit every- - .... kn.i ,u- - I, ?.' VAR3J W. WADE, Agent e'