wm. m. Mccarty ! Is the Nominee for Justice of the 1 H Supreme Court of Utah. -i M Johnson -Wasn't In It," But Took Mia Defeat H Gracefully, at Becomes a Man and Re- ' f H publican. McCarty It an Able Man , and a Strong Candidate. wH 1 i ''1 l Sevier 18 Hl Sanpete 4 1-MH Summit 14 v3l Tooele 14 llH Utah 40 j7(jH Uintah 7 Vl--fl Wayne 4 'l Weber 41 1 Washington 5 Jl Wasatch . 8 4H Total 387 i H UM l roil JOHNSON. ''1H Cache 0 H Carbon 8 WI Davis 7 lflfl Grand 2 llfl Juab 3 Vi Millard 4 SH Salt Lake 41 )iH Sanpcto 41 4l Summit 4 ?JH Utah 23 lfl Weber 11 S1H Total 151) ? On mot Ion of Judge Johnson's homo " .,) H delegation the vote for .1 udgo McCarty " i H was made unanimous and it took soma Jj H time before order could bo restored, H the enthusiasm was such a spontanc- v H 011s and prolonged affair. . H The next part of the programme of J H Importance was the adoption n.C. (i lfl sia.t,c platform. Tlijs, required con 'vll slderablft tiluOHud brought forth pro- ! longed arguments. Tho matter was -JB finally arranged satisfactorily and tho H convention prwmlfll to nominate a -'iH Congressman, account of which will Jfl be found In another column. . H This wound up the work of the con- ' 'i H vcntlou and Immediately after tho ' H close of the session tho Stato central '? committee met on tho stage of tho ' H opera house and proceeded to tho clcc- - H lion of a chairman. P. P. Clirlstcusen l and James II, Anderson wore placed J in nomination, and when it was seen k that there was likely to bo a scrap oir, tl an adjournment was taken to the city court room at 8 o'clock. At this sec- 1 oud meeting Mr. Clirlstcusen with- u drew his name and Mr. Anderson was 1 unanimously elected. J H So ended ono of tho most thoroughly tl significant conventions ever held in I the State. 4H il Senator Hcvcridgc, of Indiana, In C:)H ills great speach before tho Ojnvcn- l tlon, among other things ha? the fol- 1 lowing to say of 1H THE TRUSTS. tH The opposition asks the American "l pcoploto overthrow the admlnlstra- . tlon of the Government because In tho , last five years more organizations of 'H Industry called trusts have been H formed than ever before. Hut is tho ) H administration responsible for tho i H formation of trusts? M Tho only law over enacted to regu- fi late tho ti lists w as passed by a Repub- , H lican Congress. Tho only President ' H who ever attempted to execute that ,H lavvls ourRcpubllcanPrcsldcnt,Theo- l doro Roosevelt. fl 2vow if the opposition says that tho tariff Is responsible for trusts, why '- was It that trusts were not formed lH under tho war piotcctlvo tariff that B mounted ever higher from 1801 to l 1893? Why wcro no trusts formed un- jH der the McKinlcy tariff? Jf tho tariff jH causes trusts, why should it not causo 'ClfH them In ouo period of high tariff as WuM well as in another period of high , iH tariff? If a high tariff produces trusts ,1 fl at ono time why not at another tlmo? ."l-i Tho Morrill war tariff and no t rusts; tho McKinlcy tariff and no trusts; tho - ul Dlngloy tariff and no trustsl Gouaan ' j J trusts In high tariff Germany; English B trusts in free trade England! These. , n , 3H (OONTINUKD ON PAOB WVK.) " ,ja jj HOWELL NOMINATED. (continued from page one) facts show that the tariff Is not the cause of these great combinations of commerce and industi-. And If the tarlfl does not cause ti lists; If the only law regulating trusts Is a Republican law; if the only President that ever executed that kiwis kiw-is a Republican President, how- is the Republican Party responsible for this Industrial development? 1 will not make a partisan speech; if I would I should cite the fact that under the Wilson tin lu" no trusts were created, no factories built, farms were blanketed with mortgages, com rotted unsold in the fields, tho Nation's prosperity pros-perity destroyed. Idleness, starvation, starva-tion, ruin these came with a tariir that struck at American industry. So that even if your present tariff docs create trusts, as the opposition declares; oven if trusts are evil, as tho opposition declares, better all that with tho prosperity of the last five years than a tariff which destroys trusts and prosperity alike.