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THE MOUSING EXAMINER TELEPHONES ROOMS EDITORIAL Sail 'Phon. two ringa Independent 'Phono Ball Phono, ana ling Nat M Na. 5S OFFICE BUSINESS OGDEN, 1 SC W A. Clark, A VERY SMALL AUDIENCE reilenl American Party Speech Richards Attacks Stanford and Others of Sail Loo Angelt-- s tjr Son Pedro. lake. is dur to arrive in Sail Lake r week, when he will attend tmoiuars connected oith the railroad and hlo uiluing Inteieato In I'tah. Sen aror Clark arrived In Burie after a test run over the Cnivn Pacific and Oregon Short Line via Granger and JJcL'ammon. i.t-x- Oat. 1. 35: nan. f '.25: cracked lirle. II.Io: culled oar. 11.45, and wheat (Mil per hunrotn, fl.35: rolled dred pound at Grout's. 35! street. Both phoneo. h Tweaty-fourt- a Saturday night, and the inuutdescent lights brilliantly Illuminating the street sud tbousauds of people crowding tha tddewalk. Demur racy, Judge Powers and Cltarley Richard drew to the Grand Opera House last evening an audience ef only about 350 people. There ware leu person on the surge a and lea than of the lower part uf the house waa occupied, and scarcely anyone was in the balcony. disapseemingly Judge Powers, pointed over his reception, display sd. considerable 111 humor when b opeu-ei- t his speech by lemnrklug that he had not been so infeiapllably treated by the management of auy opera house in the stat. The lights, he said, were dim and the place louked drear. HI audience must have gives him a chill, for his words indicated taxation and disappointment, with the poor lights ee an escuse fur vent lug hie dletruat. Then the lights were turned on In full fwve. The manager of the opera house stated to a reporter that B. 8. Smith, In charge of the Democratic arrangements, had lequested that the footlights be not usej. and the manager further said that If there was lark of light it wag due fa the Deniucrais themselves and not to the opera With baud playing n two-thlrd- Rugoisi uieet lug of the aboard of Cnrteadeu home will he held at the residence of Miv John Hunt. 3535 Adams avenue. l.nday. November 5. at 3:3o. the steel king Charles 51. and head of ibe I'nited Steel Corporation, and Ikiuald Gillies. manager of the Schwab pnipertlea ai Tunigrab, her., passed through this city yesterday In their privats car, atiachod to the San Pedro train, .for Bullfrog, when the ainel magnate owna vaat mining properties. Dr. John Campbell a prominent miuiug man of Butte, was with the party. Johannaa. physician and suron eya. ear. nose, geonthroat, raiarrh ami akin diseases. PerClark manently located over I. I P tores. Dr. Bcl!lt In the Ootnlier Uuuie of the Success msgazlne. Miss Erb. court stenog-raphein alluded to aa one of the lie t in the country, a well deserved compliment. bouse. Richards waa the first speaker. He opened with an attack un the Standard, its manager, editor and and then modestly told hie audience that he, C. C. Richard, waa the principal issue in the campaign. He reviewed bie service aa a public official; told what a brilliant record he lied made and puffed himself to the aklee. He even accepted the title of official rlock winder and wearied hi auditor wlh a etry of hovr, like the town crier of old. he did a service beyond prtoe that entitled him. ae was Agulnaldu'e distinction, to wear a gold collar and blow a silver whistle the remainder of hla days on earth. He branded his political enemies aa grafter and took aa an example the honored name uf Joseph Stanford. He told of the enormity of. the crime own milted by that aged gentleman, who bad presented a bill for expenses. On the stage eat John Beaman, and no doubt the thought occurred to every one of those who hoard tho bitter harangue that If Joseph Stanford la n criminal, then John Beaman waa braienly bold to complacently alt through an attack every word of which more fittingly applied to him than to the shamefully abused public servant, who, in the hour of hla deepest dimes, with the infirmities uf old age hanging hastily upon Mm, Is made the target for an unscrupulous dirtiest fling and meanest inC. C. Elders Murray Jacobs and Walter Halverson will bo tho speakers at tha Y. U and Y. M. hi. I. A. ronjolat meeting In iho rtfib word meeting house tonight. They will hold n meeting similar to what is held in (he mission fields. Miss Bessie Blair will sing n solo. Don Maguire haa returned from n trip to his properties in the Harm Madre mining district, north of Ogden, and brings lawk some flattering reports. FOR SALE Elegant new modern brlrk, 3514 Orchard Ave., pear 25th 8t.. on insinllment plan. Apply on premises. The funeral services over the Emma Isaksoa win bo held: this afternoon at 3 o'clock fram tha Mound Fort meeting house. The casket will be open between 10 and 1 o'clock at the residence, rear 555 Twelfth street, s Tlie son of W. C. Hnrdlelgh. Monroe avenue, who baa been seriously 111, Is rapidly Improving. sinuation. mil-rna- il Issues, big and Rule, were partially loat Bight of In the speech of Judge Orlando W. Powers. The main laaue wee I,'' the enuaker, hla troubles, his aaplratkmi. hla ambitions, hla pant deerii. hla future deeds, hla hopes, hla desire and hla thoughts. Orlando W. IHtwera waa the laaue. Rummage sale at 2275 Washington In a long, straggling talk replete will continue Monday. with references to the glory of the Democratic Its fiilflltnimt In the This evening Rev. Mr. Carver will pest end It party, demands for the future, commence a series of Bunday evening the worth and hsneaty uf Democratic in the First Presbyterlsn ofllrlala In eemiim and uf Weber coungeneral church upon "Life Messages from the ty men of that persuasion in particuUvea of Living Leaders.' This series lar. dwelling we ring Iv iqion the viwill be one of helpful practical Chrisof Democrats and upon the vices tian teaching. Illustrated richly with rtue, and crooked nee of Republicans In Incidents gleaned from the' biog- particular, the speaker In a measure raphies nf present day men and wom- was a disappointment, to hin hearer. en of all avocations. Applause, however, was unstinted whenever the orator tonnlied upon the Congressman Littlefield nf Maine popular chord, used the well known left on the Overland Limited yester- and never-dyintricks of the trained day afternoon far Denison. Inwa. where speaker to tweak and tickle the menhe Is scheduled to speak tomorrow tal funnybone of hln audience. "The night. great and glorious Democratic party (applause). ''Our highly respected Becker has from Gus Ihe and oonaclentlou returned fellow rftixen east, where lie secured perfected plans Uncover the graft and the achl-terta best from one of the brewery slime and mild kept bidden hy Repubin the country for n three-siorlican tricksters and demngugnea" (apMi bottling house, Unix. feet in dimen- plause). Vote the Democratic ticket sion. which will be equipped with the and assure youiaelire t.f honest polibest modern machinery available. Tills tics and honest iifllctnls'' i applause I. piece of information will lie received The Republican party In rotten and with great sstlsfaoiiou bv the many the Democratic party In the only true, friends of Mr. Heckei. wbo will virmoua party on earth," or words to him on 'the improvement. that effect (applause). These were the faying- - which brought responses. Funeral services over ihe renin ins There waa nothing of s striking naof Mrs. .Mamy Black will he held si ture in uha mav ' termed t.h keyIvsise today at note speech of the Democratic Second waul party 1 p. m- ml not Ht 3 p. ni as formerly In Weber nnuniv. There was nothing nniHiiitired. has-iM that til already lieen said In dtfferent ways by other speakers of that Ilk. There' was nothing said NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS that would tend to cop vine even a rabid Dehtocra: tlmt the welfare and The Ktiniiul meeting of th- Ogden the very life of the country depended l Cons'ili'lati-iMining compnn) will lie upon the elwlun to uflire of Dnnic-rrmi- r held si i'JM Washington avenue. Moncandidate, jind of Judge Powfi. at 4 .Jo ti. m er in particular. day. X. H. IVES. Secretary. Introd'K-ebilk aftei a by Chalrmtin C (. Richards. Judge Posers Iwgnn his speech by complainSITUATION IN SALT LAKE ing of .he light in the thentpr. "I do not know who the manager uf ibis Interest in Closing Days of the Cam- house is. but he ought to be ashamed of liimaidf for renting it. and ihen paign. I pcri'ill'ina us to sit in A liitpH'eii from Sa.t Lake mi speak the (ruth and atn afraid of no night s'aii-- tlmt In 'he rloHj-.iiiays man.- " The lights came up: the r hr- riiinuiiiKii in I'tuh iiiien-H- t cenmid the laughed In Sslt ruffled speaker snicolhed hla feathers ters in the p tollable re-hero laike county. an American und bee me pacified. "T am proud, my friends." continue, i pftiw. (ira.inizcil with Ihe avowed purpose of wie.fng control from the Mor- Powers, to come liefore von tonfgh' mon-), is eyeirii.Ji: every effort to and to speak in commendation of our gain eoMrol ot he county government. worthy fellow cltitten. the Hun. ( C I Ih Anierica!). arc ivw In control in Hlchard. (Appkmae.i Salt Ixke Fid. Under ihe leadetahip And, my friends, I am glad to cem ihe Republicans before you and to remind yon of tini' it rieraluy Smoot. are using even- tnenns In bring Mor-- able, ambitious, open mindc-J- . , on IVmiK rHU to the support of the lawyer who has dnred to did-Rnpublicaii candidates, remgressmun the spiteful anger nf his pulltira: rn IJuiefleld of Maine, wlio made sevnral cmios: who haa dared t. rail Repubthe of lican office holder in the bar of Jussiieeches, urging p- Fougreestnan Howell, has been the tice. I refer to Jededinh Skeen, Ptitn iiutxMe of the plsuae.) only campaigner "He is like tin to thus" othei itatc. Graft exists today whatever Republicans ere In pawer: graft will increase and cover us all with shame and povertyr unless we couiler It and put In office men wh realise that a public office le e public trust. "Anodter issue, sud nearer home, is tb machine which hind the manhood of this state to hwae methods, to underhanded deals, and which strive to crush out all Independence of thought on the pan uf the honest, intelligent voter the Smoot machine. My friends. I have been told there is ao machine. 1 stand here tonight and sev there ia a machine, a machine within' a machine, and in the end a machine. All kind 4 arguments have been thrown at nie by Republicans, both In tb press and on the platform, to show there la no machine. My friends, I ran prove there la a machine, and that If it were not for that machine Rmoot would never have been elected to the I'nited Stale eenate. Allow me to read to you an extract from the proceedings held at Washington some time ago when effort were made to unseat Bnuatf. Here the speaker read fa the audience that part of the- - proceedings in which Senator flraoot told hla Inquisitors that he had oiganlsed men of hla party In the state In fair political array to conserve the strength of the Republican party. What would you call that?" asked Power, aa he wildly waved the bitma-of Isn't that a paper In the air. chine? 1 call U that and ao would unprejudiced any other man or woman. No nian can secure public office of any kind whateoever lu Weber county today unless he atanda In with the Smoot machine. He haa to be In the ring to evea obtain political recognition. If he dares Ignore the machine, the machine will crush hint. He must lie content to be the tool of the machine, for the machine ha no other use for him. "This county, more than any other In the alate of Hah, depends upon the sweat of lafior for Its at ability. Your laboring man, and particularty your railroad maa, depending tor hie sustenance upon hla weekly wage, is entitled to and should aaeert hla rights to Independent thought and to Independent existence. The machine le striving to bring him within its throttling gra p. "But It la io the Democratic party that the railroad and every worker tor a corporation is indebted for that statute fixing the liability of an employer. In case of accident to an employe. The Democratic party recognise tha laboring man aa the RepuMIcan party would nut dare to do. It le to the Democratic party that the workingman ( indebted for the eight-hou- r law, and It le fa the Democratic party that the laboring man and the skilled one-ma- n AGAIN IN mei-tin- TROUBLE CHARLES BROWN ASSAULTS HIS WIFE THE FOURTH TIME. He Haa Already Baen Arretted Three Time for This Offense, and Is New Under Sonde, wife-beate- r, h s WANT ADS YIELD It may "We alone are not fighting Micainst this union (S' church and state The nonstltirlon of the Inited Buies prohibit ii, and almost every s'ate - XO EMBElt CELEBRATED EMPERORS BIRTHDAY MAGNIFICENT ANESE DISPLAY OF long-winde- d c eccli-slsstl- , p lv Am-thin- we DetuiN'ra do Is all snld Dowers, amid w-- N'urm if applause. "Bmift lowered himself nm onlj in of Democrat hut hrrre his friend w hen hi- offered to the ol'er night In Balt Lake to wager on a p.ih.l? pin: ! form- - that there ia no msrhine." (.aid pnw e- -. "1 do not pose ok good in in hut whejs I bet I do il in private. And I woiietimes lose." Kovrenee was then made to Hn of today wlm unflinrliirgiv appearing reently in ,i EASTERN EXCURSIONS uncover the crimp committed in ta- lake paper, in which inentj.m vas tr.oiln of the falsehood nticrej hv Via tha nnine of politics: who brine ins p COLORADO MIDLAND RY. uf public eouilemnniion polite political parties concerning he and rascals win, mil vv'sience ,,r a RepuMIcan machine, ami- 'h- - orphan, who On November IM and Decern iiej Ik. and the inrerferer.re of the church in One fare plus s; from Hah points to the ascred duty luiti uti.ui Hieui pullic affair. In this Connection ihe Kansas Flly. by the siiivlvors of policy h"Iii": b speakei look ncrasi-jChicago, Minneapolis. to pre Mn that Omaha, iJ'nvev and Intermediate la equal to those daring young William Jennings lirysn wopM be of the sworl uf truth goina Into noinlns'ei! for President, nod points. Limit, go dais. Btnpover. For furthi-- Infnrnmtinn write L. H bai-lwith 'lie piixh:et and the m -- ' ii ihe echo. Harfllnr, general glati'i curnip1 nf flnan-tgni. Salt ''Many young Mormons. 'tn"t ! City. - .i- uf "Lr.vl;. jjy t, mm,s. ii1 iiii- iisve :t.,bs au stautuh. In this Iwn--youn- : Ihe eyes puli' ical bet ir.iiii offered - i h Inspiring Pregrapi ef Patriotic Speeches and Seagx Given in the Evening. The birthday of Muisuhifa, the emperor of Japan, waa celebrated ia fitting style In Ogdea yesterday afternoon and evening by the resident Japanese of thi and adjoining cities and town. Tbe exercises on staled of a program rendered at the A. O. V. W. hall last night and a general display of fireworks, both afternoon and evening. The services at the hall were the most succewiful ones of the kind ever held in the at.ate by any foreigners. About 15U of tbe prominent people of tbe city were in attendance and a most delightful evening. H. 8euow acted ae chairman of the meeting The opening remark were by 8. lida. followed by the Binging of Ktmlgayo (Japanese national hynini. Tb Imperial edict were read by Dr. BIG RESULTS. traus-Pacifl- Mayor Conroy wa introduced a tbe next speaker and wa greeted with hearty applause. He said that he responded willingly to the call of the Japanese people for whom he was mayor as well aa others. Hie war, ho staled, had been one of the greatest means of the acquainting the people of the world and the I'nited States with especially something of progress In Japan. In the opinion of the speaker the secret of their success wa due to their intense patriotism and lova of oountry, without which no nation can be successful either In peace or war. The Japanese were prepared fur tha war, tor they had been watching the great hand of Russia reaching out for the territory of Manchuria, thus to gain a hold on the far east. When the time came the Japanese were ready to meet Russia with a strong army and navy. That government also found out' a wav to save its soldier from dying from disease, and carried one of the most perfect hospital corps lhat the world ha ever known. The n Christian-lik- e treatment of the soldiers by tbe Japanese when raptured or found upon the battlefield was also referred to by the speaker, who waa Interrupted oevvral rimes with applause. In dosing. Mayor Conroy aald that baceuae the Japanese had their banners crowned with victory they should not think themselves the nail of the earth, but should keep on tbetr step of advancement such na they hare been doing for the past thirty year. H. Reflow, speaking of the eignlfl-oanc- e of Tenrho-Retstrite entper-er- a hirthdHyl referred to the Japanetr as white men with yellow skins. lie spoke of tbe conditions In Japan prior to the reign ot Mutsuhito. which dated about fifty year bck. At that period there were over two hundred different principalities, each with Its own or military ruler, and feuds and wars were experienced on everv hand. It waa under euoh conditions that the prerent emperor was born. Prior to tho war of 1567. the great trouble in Japan wee tbe land qneatlott, the same aa the Russian government. haa to contend with now. In 1S9 the government was changed from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional monarchy. Rev. John E. Carver spoke of tbe two ways to study the history of a country, one by the record of events and the other by etudying the lives qf tbe great men of the oountry. It I lmpoMlble to separate a nation from its great met. This ia found in Japan where the spirit of the proqreasivenea of the emperor oharaoterlxe all advancement. The empuror during the past, few years baa sent abroad men to other countrlo to study thp conditions of those countries with reference to the advantmmeut of Japan. A brief review of the opening of the port 'of Japae by Fommadore Perry waa referred to In closing by Dr. Carver, who Is the founder of the Japanese Y. M. C. A. in thi city and haa taken an active interest In the Ftaollahment of a ecbool tor them. The speaker wa given hearty applause when he eoneluded. A few remarke wfr made hy T. 8agara after which the Japanese national hymn wa sung, followed hy The three cheers for tbe epiperor. Banner' wa then ung, followed by three cheers I banzai I tor of the United Btatei. the Among the mithlral number were a violin solo by Miss Beatrice Hamlll and a piano a1o by Mis Dagmar Johnson, each nf whom were present ori with targe bouquets of chrysanthewere rendmum. Other selection ered by Shores orchestra. At the conrlu-lo- n of the program sbo-gn- u c STRUCK IT RICH IN M. Takecka. P" LITTLE BOYS NEED NEW OVERCOATS well am big hova or 'Ti fur pnnient mill. a luut iuTH to bop that i hey are not neglected. Now in the lime for Ot ercoal picking BeuMiiiK. Novell for nil 'w, ga well k plain atvleei a tv here for aelectiou. If not an overcoat, per baps he need a anit. We cun suit von and Euii the bov with Kuit or Ot-ercua- t. NEVADA WATSON-TANNE- R BTORY OF THE GREAT LUCK OF E. W. HULBE AND PALS. Discovtr tha Silver Creek Property in the Black Horae Dietrict, Near E.yl A meeting of the promoters of the Stiver Creek Mining company of the Black Horae district of Nevada ia to take place In Ogden today. This prop- -' erty le that in which a number of prominent Ogdenite became interested during the recent visit to Ely. The Black Horae district la thirty miles from KHy and gives promise to be one of the coming dlstrirta of eaetern Nevada. The xtory of tbe discovery of the Silver Creek property read Ilka an old tnle of romance of the days of '49, In which a young Ogdenlie haa made a fortune. More than a year ago E. WL Hu hie, who ia in the city at the present tima, came fa Ogden. I He wa practically penulleaa and when he left for Nevada he owed tbe Reed hotel comHulae went pany 12.50 for n room. to Gordon 8, Grant, Ihe aiwistant manager of the hotel, and told him hla story, hut said the debt would be paid when he returned from Nevada. About a week ago Hula walked into the Reed and greeting Mr. Grant with a imlle, through hUbronxed and tanned feature, engaged a suite and pald,,tiie formr account. The story of Hulae' fortune ha been prlniad heretofore, but briefly It la as feltowi: Hulae, In company with H. J. Waller of this city and a Indian, formed a prospecting partnership. They pursued tbe work of prospecting diligently In the Black Horae district, with the result that several good The Black properties ' were located. miles llm'se district la shout farty-fl- r southeast of Ely. ti has been known for rome time that rich strikes have neen made In that section, hut the Information wa meager and indefinV. B. Wedell, the ite. real estate man of Ogden, confirms half-bree- d well-know- n CLOTHING CO. Kip'cemtorti to Z. C. M. 1. Where the Beit in Sold1 376 24th t. the original rumors of the rlchne nf the region, and possesses nuuiW of line samples of ore to show that wlut he says about the region has Inundation in fact. Speaking of the claim on Silver Creek. Mr. Wedell says: "Them l on group of claims on Bllver Creek lat the north end of the trend nf the mineral bearing xnne. w hich I eight miles long and four miles wldei, la' t which there la uncovered a vein of bromide silver, whirh rim better than 2,000 ounces and alw carries 9150 In gold per ton." The locator of this property are E. W. Hulite. H. J. Waller and Clyde They Came into its poesinB through the fact that sheepherdera had knoeaed pieces from the ledge ail failed io recognise their value. It four-fio- did not look like it carried an- uf value, but with the character-it4- c curiosity 'nf the modern prospector, who overlooked nothing, they had the nick aasavd, and the desnits were most gratifying. The aheephTd-er- a wbo did not locate It missed a fortune. Shortly after returning from Nevada, Hulee snd his partners were offered 150, rmo for a bond and leam cf the property, hut the new incorporation put the i roier ty on a better ything basin. CHINESE WAR JUNK. Ban Fedro, Cal., Nov. 3. Whang ikt. the Chineae war Junk aenreriy limnriit to this coast from the orient. I being here held hy tbe customs offlri pending a decision on lu right f entry. Tbe charge Is made that the voawl. being of foreign crniRtrurtinu, had no right to enter this port R.ting tbe American flag. y Did You Know Comfort in Glasoes a careful Means examination ef eyes end proper adjustment of frames. We challenge any one to make a better Job of either, and ask a chance to prove to you we are expert opticians. All Examination! are Free. J. S. LEWIS & CO. JEWELERS , d l ADVANCE SALE NEW SUITS J.S.Lewis&Co. Opticians Glasses? OUR SALE 0E FURS 0E Evffrv nnnum in shmilil onr tlie bivIck depart iiihH, for fall are now Ihhu 1nmnnt rnteti. MATERIALS: Ilaiil in imported unroll ica, Erem-l- i Venetian, unfinished Kngliflh cheviots Mini tweeds. STYI.ES: l'rince ritap, Iotiv. Norfolk, Eton. Blouse anil Military effects. WORKMANSHIP: Every jrartnenl demonstrates a wonderful of skill, exjKrtly ml and splendidly 1:iilorsl. rojttlv-lH-wca- r wnr-flled- eci-iurli- s w.-v- r H raw and mir exquisite taste in selecting the furs wanted this season to sell at unprecedented early season prices. Von need not pay for your Furs now, select them, aa a pood many did last week, ami for a small deposit we'll store them, till yon're ready. Early selections are always the best, and in this ease by far the cheaeHf. most COATS AND SKIRTS tin-lig- t JAP- fireworks. p'ize packages to the cumber of SCO were d:irlliu;ej aiutuig i:o audience The prixes onnsiated of almost everything Imaginable from candy, bread. SHCk of sail ;,j oeeunful pictures and valuable piece of jewelrv. A great dial uf amusement wa caused among the audience with some of ihe prize drawn The hall was beautifully decorated w;th bunting and flags of ibe national colors of America and Japan. A spleudid display of fireworks was giveu on the city hgll square, after the exercises, laier in the evening the celebratiou was carried out in true American style Ij tbe numerous Jap on lower Twenty fifth aruse store streets gnd Wall and Twenty-fourtat enu. Among some of the visitor wa T. Du mot o of the great firm of Domote Bros., the largest Japanese merchant In the world, who have etorea in many of the principal cities of the west, and own n couple steamers. The firm employs several thousand Japanese in their commercial 4nter-tt- , almost everv which includes branch id business known. The headquarter of the firm is In Ban Praa-clsobut at Frultvale they have extensive tnurest which Includes some of the largeet hot houses in the United 8'. ate, which supplies many of the cities with chrysanthemum. n denies its right of exlsten-- e Maryland. Kentucky. TmuossCe. Virginia ami Delaware will nut penni: an eorlusiartlc to hul.1 office cf anv kind. Neither should ae. We nee Uip results. No Mormon has an) mine right to hold office than has any ('stholic." At till Juncture the rpcMhei ions pains ( show hla diea pruva: r the w:ril and alleged deed of A Mihon Musser, who as wu sud "cla'im. to be a Democrat, but who nrvei n,o .! a Democratic speech in Ms IIV and everything the H pulillcan party does Is all righi. and i n r. thing Xon-tnlie- - 4. Rua-aia- Ju-p- I n WIF&BEATER Well-Know- n y anM-t-ur- - who Charles Brown, the has been arrested three time in the past six weeks tor beating tala wife, went to the apartments of hie wife in the VVoodmeuMW block at I o'clock this morning and created a (Melarb-anr- e by threatening to kill hla wife. Officer Hutchins was summoned and placed Brown under arraat. A big mechanic should ding." Them after referring to the recent. crowd was attracted to the building by Hulanlski case, the speaker mention- the shriek of the frightened wotuau. While Officer Hutchins was telephoned the candidates on the Democratic wagon, Brown, who ticket, praising and upholding each, ing fur the patrol and dilating upon the superiority of seemed to be in an Intoxicated condition. took advantage of the big crowd earh over candidates on the Republican ticket. Then the planks of the and made his escape. It may be poaaibfe that rnwn will county Democratic platform were enout of town, tor he is unlarged iipn, and the audience told try and gat a 5500 bond to keep the peace, and why votes should be cast for the Dem- der ocratic parly. "We may differ with If arrested this fime it will go very the Issues of this party aa they exist hard with him. This Is the fourth time that the police hare been called) In the east, but at home we should stand together, light together and al- to the aid of Mr. Brown, who has low no dissenting voice to Influence been' living In terror of the man tor many weeks. The fact that he la unns, advised Judge Powers. 8mah the Bmoot ring Into splin- der n peace bund does not seem fa have any effect upon Brown, who ters!'' shouted the speaker. mocks the leniency extended by tbe "Church and state that is the paracourt. When arrested the bond will mount lamie In this alate. We cannot advocate such a union, and tha Re- be canceled and a Jail sentence meted-ou- t to the wife beater. publican pariy will surely go down In defeat because cf this union. The American party, with Its hate. It JOE MYERSJVSSES AWAY spite. Its vindictiveness. Its viuleut prejudices. I in the main made up of Electrlefaa Succumbs to disgruntled Republicans, and it Is tor Heart Trouble. these very reasons that the American party will help the Democrat i to win. Mynra, for many yeais elec"We contend that It was unwise ui send an apostle of the church to the trician at the Grand opera house, and If there had later stage manager of ihe Lyceum I'nited B tat ex senate been no Bens tor Smoot there never theater, died at the Ogden general at 5 Saturday afternoon would have been no American pnrty. huepiial The Republican falsely ('intend (bat o'clock of heart trouble, of which ihe the American party ia trvlng to dis- deceased ht been suffering for some franchise the Mormons. Thai ia un- liine. "JoF' Myers wa well known true, a every sensible mtn knows. throughout the country' among the theNo one ran lake the right to vote atrical profession, who came in conaway from the Mormons or any other tact with him. while visiting this city. The body wa removed fa Richey's The Mormon themselves people. prrtors. The nuiiee of :he alone can do thi hy their srtl-inand hr their conduct aa private rltixcns. 1 funeral will h announced Inter. speak for the truth, let it fait whom g i n today. ' s accused of eumllv tosard the M That 1 deny i'h all mv heait and my many Mt rntun ft ietid know I speak the truth.' Tive test role m In:" ws dwelt upon by the speaker, who stated That the Mormons have o much right to test a Gentile voter as the latter haa u test the vote of a Mormon. Recent references m President Boow ef tho church were spoken of y Judge Powers. who condemned that kind of politics whiob treats disparagingly of the dead. "The Amer.wn party grew our Smoot and of ihe quarrel Kearua as to whether or nut Governor Thomas should remain a postmaster of Bah Lake City.' declared he. v While Powers ass in the midst of his address, a ve:c from the gallery interrupted him with the remark that if you make such statements yop'U never he elected, and 1 hope yon won't A roar of lajghter and protest be. ensued, which was Increased when Judge Powers replied by saying that him ha would if tbe truth would ifr-)e willing to abide ' the truth. "My frlenda. sai-- i tbe speaker in I promise you that if I conclusion, am elected to office I shall rto my duty as my conscience die is lea I ahull work for the Interests of liar state of Utah, irrespective of politics or preferment. 1 do no; want you fa vote tor me unless you believe In me I want no tolas votes. My action shall be guarded by the fear of God. 1 shall work tor Justice to all tha paffile, no matter to arhat creed they belong. C. C. Richard also made himself the Issue in his introductory speech. He violently and angrily denounced aa lies certain charges brought against him. and Indulged In an ugly flow of vituperative language against those who had brought the acouaatluns before him and the public. Seated on the stage with the principal speakers of the evening were W. W. Browning. Alexander Rtrie, Heurv Gwlllla.ni. Judg Corn. 8. B. Smith. John Seaman. Thomas Cunningham and Joseph Bidwell. lovrge pictures of Waahingtqp and Bryan adorned either end of the stage. The audience, whllevtoirly enthusiastic, was not large, numbering perhaps 350 men and vromen. fair-minde- a The coal situation in Harriman circles Is still serious, although a strenuous effort Is being made to get real from the mines. The greatest shortage is on the Balt Lake division of the Bouthem Pacific, and coal Is 1 icing rushed out to the Nevada camps as quickly as received here. ( MOllNIN'ti, I He and Charley Richards Indulge in Self - Praise and Condemn Graft Powers Makes an Srostor TXPAY UTAH, !0 support, indicated rthelr me and the Democm'ic ticket.'' saJJ nseure 'he' Powers. They au tnem independence 4 ihmight. the dictation of right to vote without f sn on either a machine or po'..'.i''lan- I J'Xve we a JUDGE POWERS TALKS TO Na. No. liitfMMnt 'Phone EXAMINEE: The Great Annua! Knit Underwear Sale Thousands of dollars worth of thoroughly dependable knit poods to start the Autumn selling. More Bargains in Dress Goods Low prices, but the most desira-hlpoods in this season's market. Just the fabricH you would choose if you paid full price.