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J . . Tbcb" salt Lake Tbtbtotk. Fbiday Morkhstg, February 12, 1904. 11
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rK2C7iM & LB. BET-
"ft-CB re roods i U 18 very fine.
fcggCo.. 7S W.lst So.
K AUCTION SALES.
jlr&ALE. AT AUCTION OF
:feggK'Tru.rce. B. M. Onion,
r-7?FRB tfASEBURNERS AND
Knd-hand Terms to suit I. X.
ffil Store. 23S S. State. o!303
In brass, rags, bottles, rubber.
f 63 E Sth So. 'Phone KD. bS12
tafstrcrcll bldg. 'Phone 1S54-Y.
iM CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Kco-Cnrpots cleaned on tho floor.
3 renovated. 'Phono 17S7-K. nll62
WAU PAPER CLEANING.
r IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO.,
tolL Gott, Manager. Lcr.vo your or
TT tte Smith Drug Co. 'Phono 23S.
Tko. 1. F and A. M . will hold a
ir loathly meeting this CFrlday)
February 12th, at 7:30 o'clock,
fa Masons cordially Invited.
A J. Lowe, Secretary.
JboentaTlodoe NO. S, P. AND
JLH At Masonic hall first Tues
of each month. Mombcra of
lister lodges and sojourning: breth
wilri. 7RANKL P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
ti2 C PHILLIPS, Secretary.
1ATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
Kusclo hall, second Friday each
1 Members of Bister lodges and so
il brethren In pood standing: ln-
A. BROWN. W. M.
J. LOWE, Secretary.
I MOHIAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
L Huonlo boll. second Monday each
S. Vembtrs of sister lodges and so
j brethren in good standing ln-
JAME3 H BROWN, W. M.
JI3T0PHER DIEHL. Secretary.
iKALAH TEMPLE, A A. O. N. M.
Srf TVtdnesday of each month. Ma
li it I p, m. All nobles sojuorn
rrf'uid. C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
rOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
i; tlrht at 8 o'clock in Knights of
f hill. HI Main street
3RU93ELL, Consul Commandor.
I XEWMAN. Clerk.
DBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
fogday it L 0. O. F. hall.
VE3' MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
1 TO7 Friday night at I, O. O. F.
WZHIiAL UNION OF AMERICA.
WttGHESN LODGE NO. 1G1 MEETS
Mii&iy at I. O. O. F. temple.
npB- c T R HARPEll. F. M.
m, ODD FELLOWS.
Kteite,0 Tuesdays. 8 p.m. La
E .WMH NO. L EVERT
W7, P. m.. I. Q. Q f. temple.
KtYFSvf EVERT FRIDAY,'
L 0. Q. f. temple.
L9DQB NO 3. EVERY MON-Wy-P.,
L 0. Q. f. hall.
gX? LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
WZl P- w-. I- O O. F. templeT
EyW0?0-? W'J5- EVERY
Z?1 P- m., I. p. p. f. temple.
KYto5DGE N0- L O. O. F.
Kp7t;e?,ICfl?y nl&ht at 8 o'clock,
topic . Visitors welcome,
mLPr,0111 , LODGE (D. OF
KSIL NO 5- EVERY
Kfe13 N0- M. K. OF P.,'
Kturday evening, s olock,
M&TLAKE TENT NO. 2.
W6S?i p- FIRS?
JggH. A. JOPLXN, Eec
""i J. p. o. b:, tompio,
PONTIFF TO CELEBRATE
HIS INITIAL JUBILEE
Rome, Feb. 1L As It Is customary for
each Pope to proclaim a Jubllco durinjr
tho first year of his pontificate. Pope Pius
X. has issued an encyclical dated Febru
ary 2nd. proclaiming a Jubilee for Febru
ary lath, the anniversary of the proclama
tion of the dogma of tho immaculate con
caption, granting three months' indul
gences. .)?cti,n?; 1,p.Ct n,lfrhtl t0 Sequent urlna
Kldney Tea. curcd by Orcson
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. SS Eaglo blk., 2nd floor. dlWO
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
when you can get the Bluo Point Pcr
fecto for the samo price, made by Whlt
aker & Dallas, and sold by dealers every
r TEnIrH E WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
' wl1 tell you what you are. Smoke
Chesterfield Clgara, 2 for 25c. e218
SUPERFLUOUS IT AIR, MOLES. DOU
blo chins and all facial blemishes removed.
Eczema, pimples, oily skins, blackheads
and largo pores curcd. Mrs. Dwinell Mc
Kay. The Cullcn, suite 7G. s2151
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROY WATROUS. 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vctor and Job work. Tel. 1675-Z. o?H)
. SUPERFLUOUS HATR, MOLES. ETC..
removed by X-rays or electric needle. Lula
Brooks, M. P.. Constitution block. rlOTG
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
Pennyroyal Pills arc tho best Safe. Re
liable. Take no other. Send c stamps
for particulars. "Relief for Ladles" In
letter by return mall. Ask your druggist
Chichester Chemical Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
MUST SELL THREE COTTAGES AND
several fine building lots, as am com-
pclled to leave tho city with family soon;
good properties will be sacrificed; no
agents need apply. Address and I will
call on you, X 15, Tribune. s772
REAL ESTATE, MONEY TO LOAN.
Cannon & Cannon, 24 E. So. Temple.
REGE REALTY CO.
TO THE PUBLIC:
Having sold one-half Interest in tho
Rego Realty Co. to Mr. Gcorgo Z. Ed
wards, lato of Mercur, Utah, I dcslro to
eay to our friends and the public that wo
are fully prepared to do all kinds of con
tracting and building, and will mako a
specialty of small dowri payment We
jy'll buy you a lot. make your plans and
build your house, and your monthly pay
ments will not bo much more than you
aro now paying for rent And whllo this
Is a new firm In Salt Lake, it Is not a new
business to us. You will havo the advan
tago of having your plans niado and your
work superintended by a man who has
served a llfo In tho building business.
(Our rofcronce, our work.)
Mr. Edwards will continue to look after
his mining interests tho oamo as in tho
past, and will be glad to meet his old and
new friends at his new place of business
at tho offlco of tho Rego Realty Co.
This recent snowstorm has mado somo
of our customers anxious to go to Califor
nia, and wo can make you special prices
on a number of nice homes for the next
few weeks. Call at our office, as we al
ways have men and rigs ready to show
you what we have to sell.
List your vacant lots with us. Wo havo
REGE REALTY CO.. F, M. POWELL
MGR.. ROOMS 16 AND 17. OVER WALl
KER'S BANK. TEL. 1G35-K. am
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL, ESTATE
and loans. C. W. Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKES
loans. Edw. M. Ashton, 207 Deserct News
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
ment Co. Real estato and loan brokers.
201 Main street
S. B. WESTERFIELD, 6S-G9 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and buslresa property.
RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAGE, BIG
list of our real estato paper free at office.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
BROWN'S IN TOWN SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes Insurance. No.
11 E. 1st South. rl52S
See GODDARD, under Walker's bank.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main; red ball signs.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R,
R. lands. E. J. WMlls. 15 W. 2nd So. ml 637
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
New house, pressed brick, five rooms,
plumbing, cement walks In yard and
street, electric lights; will rent for ?20
per month. Price, S2000; $200 down, bnl
anco samo as rent O. Engdahl. 221 So.
Eighth West r2033
THE HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
1 acre choice land, south of city. 5200,00.
4-room house, brick, newly built, $1450,00;
4-room houBC, good lot 5975.00: monthly
payments, . .
Tho Home Trust & Savings Co., 6-8 W.
1st South St 2472
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS, INJJ.
Hill Invest Co,. 155 So. W. Temple. kSli
LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING. IF
they should cult you como and soo me.
Would be glad to talk prices and tcrm3.,
Should they not nult I havo hundreds of
others to select from.
Nov brick. 7-room mod., P st. between
2nd and 3rd sis. , ,
New 7-room mod., corner J and 6th sts.
7-roorn mod., S3 Q st, connected with
723 West 1st North, S',4xl0 rods and an S
rcom mod, brick.
No, 3.'-0 Edith ave.; go and see it No
reasonable offer refused.
A. RIchter, 19 West let South st Tel.
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH, IF
taken at once, 3 front lota on 2nd West,
near Paxton ave. Inquire Angus Lam
bert at Lambert Paper Co., 51 W. S. Tem
ple, 'phone 3S5. , fjI
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS; NEAR
two car lines; 33x114 feet, cast front, on Oth
East near 6th So.: J160 cash; balance at 7
per cent, only J500.
33 feet front. 6 rods deep, near 6th So.
and 9th East. $60 cash, balance 7 rer cent
Let Uij' sell you a lot and loan you tho
money to build a homo, repayable in
small monthly payments. Plans and
THE STRINGER CO..
70 West 2nd So. st s0
TWO-STORY BRICK. EIGHT LARGE
rooms, pleasantly situated, conveniently
planned; electric lights, porcelain bath,
etc; must be ac-cn to be appreciated; of
fered cheap by thr owner. Call at S10 K.
Sth South. BK"
J350.00-11-ROOM B FLAT. BEST LO
ritlon in Murray: partly furnished; full
Value Ir furniture. rooraH full when others
arc empty Call a or addrcsa owner. C
: c. Garrett, Murruy P. O. -J
DEAL INVOLVING UTAH
Boston, Feb. 11. It Is currently report
ed that United States Senator W. A.
Clark lb behind a $23,000,000 consolidation
TO SAVE NECK
Santo Perri Admits Killing a Coun
tryman at Sunnyside Crimi
, nal Docket at Price.
Price, Utah, Feb. 11: In the. District
court here today before a Jury could be
selected to try his case. Santo Perri
pleaded gulllj' to a charge of murder in
the second degree. He killed one of his
countrymen, at Sunnyside last fall.
Sentence will be pronounced tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
This afternoon -when Charles Babbitt
was brought before the court for sen
tence after being found guilty of grand
larceny ho was granted a new trial, the
court acknowledging a technical error
in his charge to the jury. Babbitt will
be at liberty until the next .term of
court under a cash bond of $1000.
A jury has been secured In the case of
Matt Johnson and "Vol" Varllla, ac
cused of assault with a deadly weapon
upon Atu Jarvl at "WJntor Quarters.
After the introduction of much sen
sational and damaging' evidence the
court refused to grant a divorce to Mary
Brogglo from Angelo Brogglo. This
couple have lived together sixteen years
and were married four years ago.
Santo Perri, who has been In Jail three
months for assault with a deadly
weapon, was sentenced to ten days un
der plea of guilty to simple assault.
His wife and five small children are
FOR TRAIN BANDIT
Man Who Stole Treasure Box From
Southern Pacific Express Car
San Llus Obispo, Cat, Feb. 11. The
trial of Fred A. McGuire, who several
weeks ago threw a Wells, Fargo & Co.
express safe from a Southern Pacific
train and stole its contents", was
brought to a sudden close today. The
prisoner, who heretofore had refused
to give his name, admitted his identity
and guilt and was Immediately sen
tenced to fourteen years' Imprisonment
In the State prison at Folsom.
A few days ago McGuire confided to
J. W. Peardon, a jail trusty, the hiding
place of his booty. The trusty was seen
digging In a secluded spot and when
surprised by officers told them what
he was after. The cache was uncov
rcd and found to contain 574S.5S and
diamonds valued at several hundred
dollars. Peat-don also said tliat Mc
Guire and he had planned to escape by
throwing red pepper in the eyes of
Sheriff Jves. The pepper was found In
one of McGuIre's pockets. When con
fronted with the new evidence against
him McGuire broke down and con
fessed. McGuire, in telling the story of his
life said tonight that he formerly con
ducted a flour mill at Escalante, Utah.
AT THE H8TELS.
Arrivals at the New Wilson European
hotol were: J. Hempel. Sunnyside; W. P.
Coltharp, Vernal; H. G. H. Wray, Port
land; T, J. Tobln. Nevada; R. D. Smith,
W. K. Spafford, Frank Foutz, Provo; J.
Flynn, San Francisco; C. L. Amhcr. Mil
waukee: Wr. W, Burton and wife. Fargo,
N. D.; W. H. Gregory. Newark, N. J.; C.
A. Dorn, Evanston, Wyo. ; Henry Shields,
Park City: Maronl Helner. Morgan; Mrs.
A. Duke. W J. Hlckey. Pocatello; E. M
Clark. DIamondvillo; Mr. C. Netdenhap
or, Ed Potting, Butte; C. E. Paris, Logan;
A. G. Bast Statcllno; H. J Doollttlo. Los
Angeles; B. F. Freudenthal, Plocho. Nov.;
Charles Ruffnor, Tcllurlde; Dr. A. G. Hol
lowell. Kansas City; A W. King and
wife, Boston; Dr. J. J. Snider. Dayton, O.;
H. W. Sherman, Lincoln. Neb.; L. W.
BrlmH, M. Kncpen, E. K. Raymond. A. F.
Hofenburg, H. O. Marten and wife, D.
C. Dunbar, Chicago; James J. Ford, E. A.
Rock and wife, J. R. Pierce, Denver.
Arrivals at tho Cullen yesterday wero:
A- M. Madsen, Gunnison; Burt Sattor
flcld, St Louis; E. M. Flcnlng, Wllllams
port, Pa.; J. C. Mnrtloy, Chicago; J. L.
Jones. Kansas City: R. A. Middloton. G.
W. Corey, C. A. Taylor, Ogdon; Chris
Jensen. New York; William Cruthe. Mur
ray; Lyn Malr, Inland Mooro, Draper;
Charles Elmer, Gunnison; A. Larson, Jim
Larson, William MoKean, L. B. MoMll
lan, C. Morehouse, Walter Jacobs. Den
ver; W. C. Roland. J. C. Edwards, Mlas
Mav Evans, W. T. Miller. W. Graham,
J. Roland, Logan.
IDAHO LANDS TO BE
BELEASED FOR FILING
Lewlston, Ida., Feb. 11. Officers of
the United States Land ofTlce here have
been notified by Gov. Morrison that the
State- Land Board has decided to re
leaee filings on 4G.O0O acres of land in
Joseph and Dumacqu Plains, lying
between the Snake and Salmon rivers
and about 100 miles- southeast of Lewis,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I of Utah properties, which is to be Incor
porated In Malno within a few days, and
that ho is also backing the formation of
a 10,000,000 mining consolidation which is
to havo Its headquarters at Seattle.
SCALING THE FIRE
COST IN BALTIMORE
Insurance Adjusters Now Place the
Loss by the Conflagration at
Baltimore, Md., Fob. 11. A com-
poslto estlmato of tho total loss -f
-4- from the flro by twenty-five export -f
representatives of leading lnsur- -f
anco companies outsldo of Baltl-
-f more, places tho figures at $S5,- -f
Baltimore, Feb. 11. The progress
which has been made today In the
work of clearing the debrla Irom the
strectB in tho burned districts seems
almost magical. Baltimore street,
which at sunrise was a confused mass
of rubbish, is practically cleaned, and
likewise) South street, one of the great
banking thoroughfares. Hanover
street, near where the fire started, was
mado passable for wagons, and Pratt
street, a long avenue of trade, is clear
of Incumbrances all the way through.
The City Engineer's department, the
Building Inspector and the Street
Cleaning department all worked In
conjunction. No attempt was mado to
do more than to clear the streets from
curb to curb, the debris being piled
upon the sidewalks and back of the
building line. Many dangerous walls
which overhang the streets were pulled
All through the financial district
preparations are being made to open
bank and German Fire Insurance com
pany were opened and tho Cash and
books taken out uninjured. The vault
of the Marine bank was opened this
afternoon and found Intact. In no in
stance have the contents of any vault
beeen seriously damaged.
The Chamber of Commerce has been
exceedingly active today In sending
broadcast to every center of trade in
this country and Europe the assurance
that Baltimore is even now In condi
tion to transact all shipping, grain and
foreign trade, and that all other lines
df business will be restored to their
normal channels within the next two or
three months. The officials of the
Chamber of Commerce announced that
plans aro nearly completed for the re
building of their 5600.000 structure.
Dr. Hurd of the Johns Hopkins hos
pital stated today that tho fire will
probably result In closing the free
wards of that Institution. He said that
more than sixty buildings upon the
rentals of which the hospital was de
pendent for the support of these wards
had been destroyed.
Gov. Warfield refused to sign the reso
lution which was passed by the House
of Delegates yestorday censuring Brlg.
Gen. Riggs of the State militia and
summoning him to appear before the
bar of the House to answer a chargo
of exceeding his authority, and tho
House rescinded its action of yesterday,
after hearing a statement by Gen.
The specific complaint against Gen.
Rlggs was that he had refused to recog
nize passes signed by Gov. Warfield to
the members of the Legislature ad
mitting them within the fire line, but
Gov. Warfield said that Gen. RIggs's re
fusal was to be commended Instead of
Greatest Flood in History of the
Stato Inundates York and
York, Pa., Feb. 11. The back water
from the lco gorgo near Now Holland
has caused the greatest flood ever
known at Yorkhave.n. The water has
extinguished tho fires In the Yorkhaven
paper mills and work has been sus
pended there. The thirty-foot raco
wall of the Yorkhaven power plant Is
entirely under water today. The water
Is falling slowly.
Harrlsburg, Pa., Feb. 11. The water
in the Susquehanna river Is receding
slowly and tho ice Is passing off the
lowlands without causing any damage.
The great gorge abpve Sundry Is still
intact and will not go out until thero Is
Wllkesharre. Pa., Feb. 11. Tho flood
Is gradually receding but the danger Is
still great. The lowlands are covorod
with Ice and water. The dams at
Bloomsburg, TonRwanda and Nantl
coke arc solid and show no signs of
breaking. The towns below the dams
are apprehensive. If thoy break great
destruction will follow.
We are prepared to. Invest your funds
so that they will bring you the largest
returns compatible with safety. You
hold the security. We do the work.
McGurrln & Co., IZi Main St
JOHN GIL7VCAN DEAD.
A Woll-Known Ploaoor of Idaho
Boise, Ida., Feb. 11. John Gllman, the
well-known pioneer of Rocky Bar,
died last evening of pneumonia. Mr.
Gllman had been spending the winter in
Pine, and a few days ago was taken ill.
A physician wan sent for, and accom
panied by Mrs. Gllman wont out Mon
day. Mrs. Gllman tried to bring her
husband In, where he could have con
stant attention, but his strength failed
so rapidly he could get no further than
the toll gate.
TO BE WATERED
(Continued from Pago 10.)
tho Uintah mountains and flows north
ward for a considerable distance, then
flanks the northern end of tho Wasatch
range and turns southward, traversing
both Cache and Salt Lako valleys. From
the southern slopes of the Uintah moun
tains flow tho various streams which form
tho Duchcsno river, one of tho principal
tributaries of the Green river. The
Strawberry branch of tho Duchesne flowoi
through the Strawberry valley, situated
Immediately over tho crest of the Wa
satch, east of Utah valley, at an eleva
tion of about 750") feet abovo sea level, ana
having an area of about 7000 acres. The
Strawberry valley and the waters of the
Duchesne aro all embraced within tho
Uintah Indian reservation, and therefore
aro not open to entry or appropriation.
' BRANCH OF THE SNAKE,
The Blaokfoot branch of the Snake
river, In the State of Idaho, hna Its source
in tho high mountaino a short distance to
the northeast of whero tho Bear river
fianks the northern tnd of tho Wasatch,
immediately over the dlvldo which sepa
rates the waters of tho Snako river from
thoso of the Great Basin. Tho waters
of the Blackfoot are In tho State of Idaho
and, except the flood and winter flow,
have been appropriated and aro being
used for Irrigation In that State. At an
elevation of about 6100 feet tho Blackfoot
traverses small valleys which are now
used as cattle ranches by parties who
have acquired title to tho land as well
as the right to use the water for lrrlga
WATER THAT GOES TO WASTE.
On nearly all of the local streams of
tho threo previously described valleys
thenj 13 opportunity to store the flood and
wintor water which now goes to wuuto,
and tho general plan here presented con
templates that this shall bo done. Also
that the headwaters of the Duchesne on
the south and of the Blackfoot on tho
north shall bo diverted from their present
courses and be made to flow Into these
valleys for tho purpose of Increasing tho
THE ENGINEERING WORK.
In a general way, tho engineering work
required to accomplish this and provide
for the proper distribution of tho water
thi-oughout the soveral valleys will bo as
given at the head of this columns.
PEOPLE MUST HAVE HELP.
To Insure the most complcto success
of the project It seems necessary that
such timely action should bo token as
will secure all tho water sources that
will be needed to consummate the entire
It will be readily seen that. In view of
existing conditions, the people of Utah
are not In a position to take hold of this
project and develop It themselves. Ac
tion on the part of the General Govern,
mcnt la required to effectively oxecuto tho
proposed plan, ono of the sources of sup
ply consisting of water rising on on In
dian reservation, and other sources being
situated either wholly or In part in other
WILLING TO PA' BACK.
That the Government can be amply so
cured In the repayment of whatever
money may. be expended by It in tho
execution of the proposed plan, is ap
parent. Tho majority of the water-users
will be old settlers having other Improved
lands and sufficient means to enable them
to pay tho annual Installments as they
become duo. Tho ability to pay will bo
greater than in the case of new colonists,
and in tho exlstonce of such property and
assets will bo tho assurance that tho ob
ligations will be promptly met.
While most of the lands that would bo
Irrigated under the proposed plan aro held
In prlvato ownership and might bo prop
orly classed as semi-arid, there are very
potential reasons why thoy should receive
the benefit of tho reclamation fund. As
has been shown, the conditions as to lo
cation, climate, altltudo and productive
ness arc most favorable. Part of theso
lard3 are already owned and occupied by
bona-flde settlers. whose magnificent
achievements in the colonization, irriga
tion and redemption of the Great Ameri
can desert provo their entire worthiness
of the trust to bo reposed in them, and
afford ample assurance that tho best pos
slblo uno will bo mado of tho precious
water that may bo confided to their care
WHAT THE PEOELE HAVE.
These people have schools, churches and
other concomitants of civilization that a
new colony could not possibly acqulro In
less than a generation. Without a sub
stantial Incrcaso In tho water supplv tho
Commonwealth cannot grow, and, Indeed,
many of tho prosont Inhabitants of these
valleys aro now seriously contemplating
removal to othbr localities where an
ample supply of water can bo obtained.
Already many families havo left this part
of the Stato because of tho scarcity of
water, and some havo gono boyond tho
confines of the ropubllc. Is It not In strict
harmony with tho benign spirit and pur
poso of the law to havo It so applied as
to presorvo homes and communities al
ready established, as In this case, as well
as to provide new homes and create new
Commonwealths? Whllo this commission
is In hearty sympathy with every effort
to roclalm arid lands and establish now
homes, It cannot avoid the conviction
that preforenco should be glvon to such
propositions as contemplate tho preserva
tion of existing homes and the enlarge-
mont of cnmmnnll Icq nir.inrlv st nVtlluliAst
THE BENEFITS TO FOLLOW.
The benefits that would result from tho
execution of the nlan hero outlined and
offered cannot, or course, bo correctly
meitaurcd; but the commission conlldontlv
predicts that within ten years after its
accomplishment, and within the tlmo In
which the cost of the works Is rcquirod
to be paid, tho population and wealth of
those valleys will both havo Increased
In consideration of tho foregoing and
of the great aid which tho presence and,
experlonco of tho pccplo of these valleys
must contrlbuto to an enterprlso of thl3
kind, It appears plain to the commission
that no moro worthy place or people can
be found than Is hero afforded for tho
successful application and oporatlon of tho
reclamation law, and It Is therefore ear
nestly requested that immediate steps be
taken to that end. Respectfully submit
ted. UTAH ARID LAND RECLAMATION
By F. A. Doromus, Chairman; F. S.
GREAT SALT LAKE
WILL BE REDEEMED
State Engineer Doremus believes
that the Utah commission's great irri
gation scheme, as a secondary consid
eration, will do much toward restoring
Great Salt lake to Us former level, and
as a further restoring measure he fa
vors cutting off the northwest arm of
the lake by making the Southern Pa
cific Lucln cut-off a permanent dam.
This, he thinks, Is altogether feasible.
It Is the Intention of the railroad com
pany to eventually make the greater
portion of the cut-off a solid roadbed by
filling In Its trestle work with rock,
and It should be possible for the State
or the cities Interested to enter Into an
arrangement by which the grade may
be made to do duty as a dam, with the
necessary headgates to regulate the
stage of the water In the uppor part
of the lake. This reduction of the sur
face area of the lake would eava ap
proximately one-third of the present
loss by evaporation and there would be
little. If any loss of the drainage Into
the lake. The gain thus made, to
gether with the gain by seepage from
the largely Increased irrigation in the
valley with water which the State
commission proposes to bring in largely
from another watershed, Mr. Doremus
believes would save our great inland
sea. He states that Chief Engineer
Newell of the reclamation service Is
also of the opinion that this is the only
practical vtay, of prcsexvjns the lake
VOTE ON PANAMA
' CANAL TREATY
Senators Will Act Between February
15th and 23rd World's Fair
Loon Passes in House.
Washington, Feb. 11. Tho Senalo will
vote on the Panama canal treaty on somo
day between Fobr,uary loth and 23rd. An
agreomcnt was reached In oxccutlve ses
sion today to take action on Monday next,
to docldo upon a time for voting on the
treaty, and It was dctormlncd that such
date should be no or before February
IN THE HOUSE.
Tho Houso today by a vote of 173 to 103
concurred In tho Senate amendment to tho
urgent deficiency appropriation bill au
thorizing a ldan of $1,600,000 by the Gov
ernment to the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition, after amending It with respect to
tho manner In which the money shall be
The proposition was strongly opposed In
the debate, which covered portions of
threo days. Thero wero arrayed against
It somo of tho Houso leaders. Among
thoso who voiced their opposition to It
today woro Payne of New York, Gros
venor of Ohio and Dalzcll of Pennsyl
vania. Mr. Hemenway of Indiana. Chair
man of tho Appropriations committee,
opened tho debate with a strong appeal
In favor of tho loan. There waa no party
alignment on tho measure, Its supporters
being composed of Republicans and Dem
Tho Houso also concurred In tho Senate
amendment to the urgent deficiency bill
authorizing tests of coals and HgnltC3 at
St Louis fair,, and non-concurred In all
tho other amendments proposed by tho
Mr. Crumpacker of Indiana and Mr.
Bartholdt of Missouri spoko in favor of
Mr. HInshaw of Nebraska said tho
money would be bettor appllod If given to
the rural free delivery carriers through
out the country or to tho old soldiers of
tho Union, He opposed the loan.
Mr. Burkctt of Nebraska aald the money
should be used In constructing publlo
buildings and complained that telegrams
had como telling members how to vote.
Mr. Hemenway of Indiana closed tho
debate, combatting statements mado by
opponents of tho Item. Ho had an appeal
In favor of the loan.
The following bills wore passed:
To amend tho Hawaiian act so as to
fix tho time for making reports on labor
Relating to applications, declaratory
statements, entries of final proofs under
the homestead and other land laws and to
conform tho samo In certain cases.
Mr. Grosvenor sought to havo tho. bill
creating a commission to rccommond
legislation for the development ot the
merchant marine made a special order for
February 20th. but Mr. DoArmond of
The bill Introduced by Mr. Dixon of
Montana providing for tho ratification and
amendment of an agreement with the In
dians on the Crow reservation In Montana
At 4:0S p. m. tho House adjourned until
Utah Man's Namo Mentioned in
Connection With One of tho
"Washington, Feb. 11. Tho President
is now giving much attention to con
sideration of the seven men who will
compose the canal commission. It Is
known that a majority of the commis
sion will be engineers, one of these cer
tainly to come from the West Col.
Wlllard Young of Utah has been urged
for the position. Senat6r Smoot only
recently had a conference with the
President regarding him.
Everything has been "done In his be
half, but no intimation has come from
the White House as to action. The
Senate Committee on Manufactures
gave another hearing today to Repre
sentatives of the drug trade on a bill
to prevent the adulteration of foods,
drugs, etc. The measure has been
amended by Senator Heyburn.
Mrs. Kearns leaves for New York on
Sunday, and from there will return to
Salt Lako City, arriving home about
February 25th. She will remain at
home with the family during Lent.
WHIPPLE BARRACKS TO
Donver, Feb. 1L Tho Adjutant-General's
office, at army headquarters hero, has
recolved word from tho War department
that an allotment of nearly $250,000 has
been mado for tho reconstruction of
Whipple Barracks, Arizona. A largo por
tion of the appropriation Is to be used for
extending and Improving the rlflo rango
at that post Tho trl-dopartment compe
tition for sharpshooters, composed of the
dopartmonts of tho Colorado, California
and Columbia, Is expected to bo held at
Whipple Barracks tho coming season.
WHILE RUSSIA IS BUSY TURK
AND BULGARIA MAY CLASH
Constantinople, Fob. 11. In diplomatic
quarters here tho fear Ih increasing that
Turkey and Bulgaria will tiko advantage
of Russia's preoccupation In tho far East
to settlo their dlfforonces. Turkish securi
ties have been falling since Friday.
There is no medicine in
the world so good for
weak or delicate women as
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
It acts as a tonic and regu
lator, thereby curing Pain
in the Back, Cramps, ,
Vomiting, Nervous I
Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion. We urge all sickly 1
women to try it.
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TEETH BREATH. 1 j I
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TOOTH POWDER I
Diamonds 1 i ;( I
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few? Jewelry I ;; I
elry Artists; they make n
1 special designs to order,
1 or alter as desired, any- :liiH
J thing in the jewelry line. jH
I LYON & CO., 143 Main St I
DR. C W. H1GGINS M
Hna one of the very latest X-R&r sad liH
Electrical Machines In his ofr.ee.
Electric Bat ha and all of the very IftteH IH
treatments glvon, in tha most Bdeattfla
manner. 1 i IH
SALT LAKE 1
Microscopic Medical Institute , , I
O. W. Higgina, M. D., Mgr. and Prop, 1 , jH
ST. ELMO HOTEL. ' (
Corner Main and Third Sofftlut
Has practiced in Salt Lake City for tnren I , idl
ty-flvo years, and tho wonderful and well- H
stabllshed cures he has effoated In thai ' ; lliiH
time prove tho sciontlflo principles on ' .rQiiiH
which his medicines aro compounded, 1 liiifl
Forming diagnosis by tho aid of the ml i ittiH
croscopo enablcB blm to deteot the pri
tnary causo of diseases and effect iiiiiH
radical cure. The doctor has oured thou- H
bands of cases of 1
Nervous Debility, Mental and Physi I
cal Weakness and Nervous j IH
And will forfait $E00 for any case t&keq 'H
Under bis treatment whloh he falls tq ,
cure. i , IH
All olassos of private diseases cured and IH
nil old, lingering diseases, whloh vitl&ta IH
tbe blood and impair the system, thon
bughly and permanently cured. Liver and
kidney complaint cured. All classes oj IbH
tits oared. Tapeworm removed with bead IbbHH
pr no pay. Offloe hours, 10 to 3:S0 and 7 ta uillH
o m. IubHH
Please aend for a list of questions ta HsHm
Dr. C W. HJggiix?,SaAt, Lko City Utah.
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