|Paper||Manti Home Sentinel|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Article Title||Frank J. Cannon|
|Paper||Manti Home Sentinel|
land with wages less to live in those paid workmen in countries. it ail same trades in this depends upon the country. purchasing valua of the wages earned. The ta1 iff is not W hen foreign a tax as our dome- articles are im-cratic im-cratic friends a!- ported into this lege. If it were, country, the Unit Un-it would be added porler pays the to the cost of pro- duty charged by duction in this onr government country, and the and, cf course, consumer would charges this hare to pay it in . amount, as apart the end. of the cost, to the goods and buyers in this country pay back this duty to the importer and and a profit on the duty besides. Under our bene- rhe foreign man- FRANK J. CANNON- Thursday afternoon Hon. Frank Cannon Can-non of Ogden arrived at Mount Pleasant and was met at the depot by the repnb lican club of our sister city and escorted by the band to his hotel. In the evening a procession was formed with 75 torches in line beaded by the band. The hall over the Ca oj etore was filled by ladies and voters, and pronounced the largest nolitical gathering ever assembled in Mount Pleasant. The speaker was in a happy mood, has a fine personal appearance, is an orator, pets the ladies, has a e plendid command over himself and has a winning way with his partisans. He seemed pleaded with the fusion or marriage of the liberals and republicans. He believes In home rule. He talked for two hours and fifteen minutes and then the chief booster of those who had been especially delegated to lead in applause arose and asked the speaker to explain (he "force bill." This the speaker attempted to comply with bnt his explanation varied In every particular with the facts. The force bill placed the election of federal officers and congressmen en-terely en-terely in the hands of ejection commissioners com-missioners appointed by the Uatted States circuit conrt judges, and deputy United States marshals. Among the points raised by Mr. Cannon, Can-non, the important ones and the idea he conveyed in each are told below: HE SAID: HE DlttN'T SAY We don't want Tnis country in to auip away our that case wonld be over supply of a Chinese nation, farm products. I with its people like would build a wall them, working at of protection so 1 cent a day and high none could its poorer classes ficent tariff pro- nfaeiurer pays not tectlonihe foreign a colar. liisat-manufacturer liisat-manufacturer pays wajs paid by the it for the privilege A m e r i c an im-of im-of doing businets porter first and with us. paid back to the wholesale in e r-chants r-chants by those ' who consume or wear out the imported im-ported goods. Women work In Womeu make the blacksmith shirts in New York shops and coal city at a salary of mines in England, ST1?' cents a week, are harnessed to They sell beer in plows in Holland, Bntte, SanFraucis-and SanFraucis-and are stripped so ca, New York and the waist in Ger- other large cities, man mines; they They sort coal in have to work at Pennsylvania at a manly avocations daily salary of 20 in all tteEuropean cents !or fourteen coontries to supply hours' work- they food and shelter work at black-for black-for Ihemselves and smith forges in the families. These I nited States. Un-are Un-are characteristic able to compete democratic meth- with republican ods and doctrines Chinese imports-what imports-what they want- tions on tee coast ed in this country, and dagoes in the east In laundries. . they are compelled to pro s t i t n t e themselves to ear i a living. As resin res-in regard to re- taurant nnd hotel pealing tho tax on employes, t h e v mortgages in Utah, compete with men he was pleased t all over the coun-reuiftrkf coun-reuiftrkf try in the large cities, and tho men get over. Let tuetii eating rats in lieu come to as, beome of beef. citizens of this con u try, and then we'll have no over supply. Calico, I believe, The tariff tax is selling at Scents permits the Ameri-a Ameri-a yard. Why, if can manufacturer the tariff be added to charge,.-not a to this cloth, as reasonable profit onr democratic on his goods, but friends say ltis.it to abandon any will cost more and all snch com than that to mann p u t utiejis a a d faeture it It will charge anything cost ua from 1 to 3 he likes,- 1 This cents less than wonld be an nothing to make' amount ju3t under this cloth. what the foreign article was placed at with its tariff added. If competition compe-tition should - spring np a trust . or combine would be erleoted, and part of the calico factories would be closed down, and all interested in - -. the trust, whether their mills were running or not, would divide the profits mane by those in operation. Oor gun mann- Oar country is facturers makeup not selling an old a large lot, sell all pattern or any tbey can In this other gun to any country, and then foreign nation; the invent some new last gnn trausac-featnre trausac-featnre They sell tion wasaconsign-guns wasaconsign-guns of the old merit to the Turks pattern in foreign in their war with count lies then, Russia. France, which f o rnierly Germany.Italy and bad been sold at a England are ahead much higher figure of our country, and in this country. . our guu makers aid copying their superior make. We can't sell to them. Ihe tariff of 20 It costs more to cents on wheat raise wheat in keeps out foreign Canada than in the are compelled to compete wiih for He didn't say, eign labor. The Eijual Taxation on manufacturers are all the people or protected, but la-none. la-none. bor is "tree trade." Oa the bounty Kor several on sugar, the mouths past the speaker show.ed sugar trust- of that in the end America had only Utah would not one e n e m y. pay the bounty, Spreckle's 1'hilade! bnt enough wonld phia sugar reliu tbe saved the neonlaeriBaUiB4eja:orkn so ihe sugar trust were recently wonld pay it. and . bought by the .000,009 besides, trust, aud the Ihe Lehi sugar Lehi works lg works, in effect, more affect the protected I'tah sudden rise in from the Bugar sugar made by the trust and from the trust than does the foreign conn rie,'. wings of the birdstaythe tPin-pest;- the Lehi : company w o n Id -,' ... and will rnu just as long, and make " L - ' just as mueb sac-v sac-v ' ' charine matter as - the sugar . trust will permit them and not an ounce more. Bounty or no bounty the beer raisers of Utah Rre wholly under the crushing hands of this gigantic re-pnblicah re-pnblicah trust every member is a republican. Local eelf-gov- Tnese iavs were ernment in the enacted in the re-southern re-southern states construction was shown np period to prevent when the governors "carpet-bag" odi-lu odi-lu several of those cials and negroes commonwealths dominating over would appoint the the social condt-jnstices condt-jnstices of the tions in the south-peace south-peace and other ern states. They officers all the are continued as judiciary officers long as necessary, in some were appointed ap-pointed by tbe governor. protects onr farm- they can't sell in era. this country. They imported some 2,000 bushels last year, which, however, how-ever, was used by our farmers for seeding purposes, and not an ounce was ground into llonr. It was charged Tttev are content on the flour of con- with the home gress that tbe Oil-' market. The trust ver chilled plow is formed in maun-sold maun-sold in Canada at a facturing farming Jess price than tbe implements has a piow is sold for in capital stock of this country, and 137,000,000 This the Aim mann- trust enables them factnrlng the same to get t-s much for made an affidavit one plow in Amer-tbey Amer-tbey never sold a ica as they might plow in Canada. get for two in Sonth America. The Singer Sew- Eoglish laborers ing Maori: ne com- are not paupers :pany established a' only in republican manufacturing es- campaign speeches tabltshment in If these sewing England, and, by maehines can be -means ot pauper made cheaper in labor in that coun- England tbau try, they can sell here, why di tbe this ma chine American makers cheaper in Eng- not advocate free land than in ttade and remeve America. to England? Of sewing machines made from the same patterns and material in Chicago, Chica-go, one will be sold by the Singer Co. . in London for t30 and the other in Chicago for t;o. The s p e a k er Wages are lees compared wages lu in thos i conntries Germa n y, Italy, thau in America France aud Jiug- because it coats t The proposed At that time the democratic Tucker party was hardly bill which passed a organized in Utah, democratic house Soma of the social was to make all the customs of this officers in Utah teiritory were held appointive, but with disfavor by Edmunds said he all parties and wonld not go to classes in the easf that extent aun the W hen those cendi-present cendi-present law was tions werechanged the result ot a in Utah, and this compromise. territory placed herself in line with the other states and territories, the national democratic democrat-ic party places itself early on record re-cord as enarantee-iug enarantee-iug to Utah the same rights now enjoyed by any of the states. The national na-tional democratic party, uns.;ked, places iUelf on record as accepting the pledges made by tbe mormons as made in good faith, and whether re tublican or democratic, demo-cratic, d e ui amis home rule for Utah. A pleasing quartette then presented the audience with music. The singers were Mrs. Charlotte Reagan, Miss Emma Frandsen and Messrs. Boyden and Watson. Mr. Olof Anderson presided at tbe organ. Secretary Boyden then read the local club platform, which was accepted and formally adopted. A vote of thanks was then tendered the speaker, and the band played while the audience dispersed.