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The SAIjjMngrG, February 29, 1904. g
j CLASSIFIED ADS...
J f QN PASE 10 J
HO.lT-rtnv HOUSE WITH 3 A.
''St rAUMS ACREAGE; BIG
1 ?CENT INVESTMENT.
5 pressed brick, Ave rooms.
iJ5 .yavst, P"t walks In yard nnd
fi KUi.lo U? I2M down, bal
' J rnt. O Engdahl. 221 S.
"5 fft'wlSfSSt will tell. The Homer
1' ttnfcte lots? stoclt piano, house
,, 4 Jrge. Ve. 6th South. 32173
"nr REGE REALTY CO.
, ?lw OF OUR SPECIALS.
bTm iroom pressed brick cottage.
Srouchly furnished with new
-ill S. stoves, dishes, line new
.Tnw has to leave tho city
J Sito Siine? tp set away; let us
K tbe prlco Is right
luHiri Moom L. P. B. cottage, nearly
KtllO rods, nice fruit of all kinds.
, TjBfcatcd on ca3t eld'
iHLi P. B. cottage, bath, electric
tKt east front, good shade, and tho
JjflEtu bwn shaded, too.
HKhTrofJ?, with alley In rear, on East
lbBultablc for two nlco cottages,
JfSL-iaa chicken ranch, with good slx
THY y-k house, chicken houso 60 ft.
JHjFpod house for Incubator, and other
faMMtfi 100 or more chickens; all for
iVKjetlots In most any part of the city.
? LiT a number of good' roomlng
ki to sell, worth tho money.
. va ijS-roon on Princeton ave., a snap If
?J?-! ' THE REGE REALTr CO..
) P. M. POWELL, Mgr.
ics 15 and 17 over Walker's bank, No.
tefcd So., 'Phono 1635-K. e2172
p 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE.
irs rtelture; piano; fine location. Will
,v! lit bargain. 142 South 12th East.
if U (NEW) BRICK, PERFECT
UJfc'pcr. bath, east side, "close," a bor
iSftajT terms. Goddard, under Walk
SjjSi. lit MOD. BRICK. 3RD E. AND 6TH
!S tn,hado, "snap," 13250; easy terms.
i, tr.der Walker's bank. u2153
ftfKr FOR NEVADA GOVERN
?.'.,!3PlWN"DS UNDER GOVERNMENT
WBWILL START PROM SALT
:mSMP CITY TUESDAY EVENING.
?ail31ST. ALL THOSE INTENDING
CTK M vrlTH THE PARTY WILL
VS COME IN AND REGISTER
SKE MAY GET REDUCED RATES
THOSE WHO INTEND TO
;EiRP.INGTON & COURTNEY.
J 15 W. 2ND SOUTH.
is 1 H'KELLAR'S BARGAINS.
a Is 1
rT t N'ew 4-room brick
iiiW coltflge, near 2nd So.
r' j ,' Six-room mod. brick
,'iiHi Sls acrcs cholco land,
-Pn5 we" modorn brick
uftSW M u&.n E. 2nd So..
Bd So. B212t3
I 22 ROOMS
art of town;
heap If they
3. U. P. R.
id So. mlS37
feet to alley
r Sth South
rater In the
ar 1st and Q
In. on 5th st.
S south and
f tho cllv.
.. east front.
don't buy 7
xn $3500 nt 7
and Hot fur
o.. 251 Main.
m brick one
o to tho city,
y other part
oujid; a good
T. 2nd So. St.
A FINE 10-ACRB RANCH, J1000.
A beaiitlful mod. homo on 6th East, J5500
A 6-rm. mod. brk., $200 down, bal. 6
NOTICE WE ARE NOW IN OUR
NEW OFFICES, NO. 131 MAJN ST.
OVER BON TON THEATER.
THE G. C. RICHTER CO., 'Phono
TO TRADE FOR HOUSE AND LOT.
5 acres near Cnldor'a, 2 houses, 2 barns, 2
flno artesian wells, frulL etc., $0CG0, for
east side property. GODDARD, under
S 3750 EAST SIDE, MODERN HOME, 8
rooms, bath, furnace, good lot, Bhado
and lawn, stable, house cost J4500
20 rods frontage, west sldo corner, near
Tt. R, depot; a snap.
J2650 Eaot eldo corner, paying 10 per cent;
$1000 4-room cosy brick cottage, nlco lot,
J 100 Southeast, deslrablo building lota,
E. J. WILLS,
15 W. 2nd So.,
s2i"IS0 Room 20. '
BROWN'S IN TOWN SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes Insurance. No.
11 E. 1st South. rlB28
See GODDARD. under Walkor's bank.
42500 EAST SIDE CORNER PAYING
10 ner cent, a snap.
J10CO Southeast; cosy 4-room cottage;
5100 Southeast; beautiful, sightly build
ing lots; easy payments.
$3000 West Side corner, 20 rods frontage;
near tho railroads.
E. J. WILLS,
15 W. 2nd So., Room 20. b1M4
REAL ESTATE, MONEY TO LOAN.
Cannon & Cannon, 2-1 E. So. Temple.
A NICE C-ROOM HOUSE, TWO LOTS.
GOxlGS ft. to alley, small payment, baL $15
per mo., $1100. C. W. Miller & Co., 112
W. 2nd So. B15-1S
REAL ESTATE SACRIFICED. 52
Qulnco st., ISO West 2nd North; well-Improved
property. Call 52 Quinco st h21C9
A, C. SADLER, 112 WEST 2ND SOUTH.
Real estate, loans and notary public.
$250 each 2 or -I cholco lots in East Wa
terloo. "Nono better anywhere."
$325 A pair of nlco lots In Lincoln Park;
flno view of the city; car service; water.
$S00 3x8 rods on 6th East, fronta cast;
fSOO Flno building spot near county
$4502 lots 1st South near Sth West.
$1500 Brick cot. 5 rooms, s. o.; good lot
$1C50 Light brick, 5 largo rooms, etc.;
$2000 Choice of red or buff brick, mod
ern 5-room cottages; s. e.
$150 Large rooming-house; low rent;
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
No. 11 E. 1st So., Ground Floor.
$3,000120 acres southeast; good water
right; fruit, alfalfa, etc.; all or part
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$SO0 10 acres, southeast; continual
stream running through It; small
house, barn, chlcken-cocp; plenty of
shade; also sunny side hill; Ideal for
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$1,700 D-room brick: e. 1., bath, hot and
cold wator. nlco electric fixtures,
lawn, shade, porch; party leaving
city, must Bell; cneh.
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$2,500 buys an elegant 5-room new prcsa
brick, with mantel, reception hall, 2
closets, largo pantry, 2 porches, por
celain bath, sink and basin, on pave
ment on 2nd South et
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$2,600 5-room new press brick, modern;
porches front and back: collar; lot
50xlS2 feet to alley; small payment
down, balanco like rent
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
No. 11 E. 1st South, Ground Floor.
2 LOTS AND HOUSE. SOUTHEAST,
C-rm. house, "close," rent J25, $1700;
4-rm. brick (cast), rron fence, $1300.
7- rm. house, "close," east $SS00.
5 acres, "clow:." lrup'd, trade for city
L. L. GODDARD, "Under Walker's Bank.
4- rm. new. modern brick cottage, front
and back porches; large, light and airy
bathroom; 2 clothes closets; commodious
butler's pantry; elegant mantel and
grato In front room, and every room elec
trically lighted. Will sell on cash pay
ment of $500 and balance In monthly ln
ptallmcnts of ?23. House close In on East
Houston Real Estato Inv. Co., 231 Main.
GOOD INVESTMENT FOR PARTY
with pmall capital; only '52000.00 to secure
an Income of $50.00 per month. Investigate
4 1-3 acres, with -1-room houso, barn, city
water, suitable for chlckon ranch, $1250.00.
2-xlO Improved. V blocks from Main,
on 1st South Bt $4500; cash down, pays
7 per cent net.
Tho Homer Abstract Co., Dcseret Nat'l.
Bank bldg. s2176
PIE RE ARE A FEW SAMPLES FROM
tho largest Hat In the city.
8- room pressed brick, strictly mod.. In
elegant repair, with fine bam, 4 box stalls,
etc., flno lot, 20 rods deep, beautiful
grounds, newer, etc., 7 blks, E. of our of
llce; $7000; terms.
In northeastern part of city we havo one
of the most elegant and artistic homes
over offered for sale in this city. It has 9
rooms, strictly modern plumbing, furnace,
hardwood and hardwood floors, high
wainscoting In dining-room; beautiful
winding Btalrcoao; basement finished, hav
ing servants' room and laundry; very well
built and complote In every detail; $11,250.
Near 7th E. and 1st Bo., another flno
8-room, modorn, pressed brick, hardwood
finish, furnace, etc ; $10,000.
On 3rd st, an 8-room, modern; furnace,
maple floors, etc.; $4000.
Near 6th E. and 9th So., a 9-room. mod
ern, 2-story homo; bath, toilet, E. L.,
mantel, collar, baxn. lot 60x157; very pret
ty groundB, shrubbery and fruit trees;
4x10 near iBt So. and 12th E.; aewer, ce
ment walks; $1000.
3AxlO, south front on E. lnt So.; $2000.
Little & Little. No. 4 W. 2nd So. a 3773
WE HAVE A VERY LARGE LIST OF
properly for sale, and many exceptional
10 acres near Sandy, water stock worth
$250, raised last year 50 tons lucerne, prlco
for all $550. .
6-room brick, bath, toilet c. 1 . 2x10 and
r. of w., near Brlcham & Q, J2300.
5- room pressed br.. por. both, toilet, e. 1
cor. lot, 9th E $2500; $100 cash.
S-room mod. presBcd br., hardwood
floors, on Brig., closo In, a gem, $S500.
Elegant building lot on "?rlg., h. front
$200 Dor rod.
5-room br., bath, c, 1., etc., cor. lot 4x10,
7th Sn $2000.
4lAxlD. two fronts, trackage. 5 new
houses, renting for $43, all for $3500, a bar-
CJC-rbom pressed br., por. bath, toilet o.
1.. fumaco, tine basement, barn, etc., 2
blks. from Temple, $3700.
Hre Is a snap that you can't boat It's
a 4-room frame, largo roomB, hall, pan
try, closet, folding doors, Eastlako fln
lnh, IV- blks. from county bldg., $1200;
good terms; no car faro to nay here.
5- room mod. prcsaod br.. furnaco heat,
near Catholic hospital. $3000.
6- room, two-story preened br.. por. bath,
toilet o. I., fine basement, ready for fur
nace, corner lot E. 2nd So., J3o00; terms.
Another 6-room mod. pressed br., nearly
new, Bamo locality, cor, lot. $2350.
63 acres with $300 worth of wator stock
on Redwood road, $1500; adjoining ground
hold at $100 per acre. It's a snap.
Cor, 8x3 rods near Liberty park, city
water and car line, $1200.
Make us offer for 4 lots, face Liberty
park on 7th E.
yXlttlo & Llttlo, No, 4 W. 2nd So. B1542
OUR BUSINESS JtWSaL ESTATE
&Jnl0an3' C' W' W"lor & Co H2 W. 2nd
SBLTTreAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttle Broa,, 140 Main; red ball sltrns.
NEAT, MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK"
Trib"noWlth bani' "8t 8ld" Addrefs Pfo
wS: ESTERFIELD, 68-C3 COM'L
oik. Houbos, lots and business property.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
ment Co. ReAl estate and loan brokers.
251 Main street
2X8 RODS. 4-ROOM FRAME. CELLAR,
summer k tchen. barn, city water. $130$
$00 cash, balanco time. 39 Jtremy at
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH, IF
taken at once, 3 front lots on 2nd West
near Paxton ave. Inquire Anjfus Lambert
at Lambert Paper Co., 51 W. S. Temple.
'Phono 385. asj7
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. INS.
Hill Invest Co.. 156 S. W. Tomplo. k615
4 ACRES OF FINE LAND CLOOSE TO
city, good water. $2000. C. W. Mlllor &
Co., 112 W. 2nd So. b!548
. ARGENT A LODGE NO. 3, F. AND
4' A. M. At Masonic hall first Tucs-
day of each month. Members of
Bister lodges and aojournlng breth
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES G. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each,
month. Members of Blatcr lodges and ao
journlng brethren in good standing in
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren In good standing in
vited. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at 8 p. m. All noble3 Bojuorn
Inr invited. V
C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate.
A. BROWN. Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 4 PC MEETS EVERY
Friday night at 8 o'clock In Knights of
Pythias hall. 261 Main ntreot
WM. F. LANGENB ACKER, Consul
T. E. NEWMA.N. Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO 41 MEET 9
every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CtRCLE NO. 10?
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
T. E. HARPER. F. M.
H. J. HESS, Secretary.
OQUIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1.
Second and fourth Tuesdays. 8 p. m. L O.
0. F. temolc.
UTAH LODGE NO. t EVERY
Thursday. 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
8 p. m., at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERY HON
day, 8 p. m., I. O, O. F. hall.
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday. 8 p. m , I. O- O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday, S p. m L O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17, I. O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday night at S o'clock,
1. O. O. F. temple. VlBltors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. O.
J. C. SMITH. Socretai-y.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
R ) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat
urdays. 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
MIRIAM LODGE CD. OF R.) NO. G.
Even' first and third Saturday. S p. m L
O. O. V. temple. Rcbekahs Invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Tuesday. K of P. hall, 261 Main strcot
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. hall.
CALANTIIE LODGE NO. 5. EVERY
Monday, K. of P. hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P..
meets every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock,
K. of P. hall
knights of the maccabees.
Every Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
meets every first and third Tuesday, 8 p.
m., 1. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY
Friday, 8 p. m.r A. O. U. W. hall.
and third Tuesday, S p. m., A. O. U. W.
B. L. COUNCIL, 1617. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursdays, Auerbach building.
An ' H. A. JOPLIN, Reg.
E. L. JONES. Sec
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
XaeTloVoB NOr78?EVERY 1ST
nnd 3rd Thursday. I. O. O. F. tcmplo.
LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAG
on for building lots. Address P. O. box
WALL PAPER OLEANIN3.
THE IDEAL PAPER CLEANING CO..
Charles M Oott Manager. Leavo your or
ders at tho Smith Drug Co. 'Phonom
PAINTING AND PAPERH ANQING.
W. A. DUVALL. 124 W. 2ND SO.. TEL.
No. 1145-k. Our now paper is arriving
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. DOU
ble chins and nil facial blemishes removed.
Ecrema, plmplos, oily skins, blackheads
nd large pores cured. Mrs. Dwlncll Mc
Kay, Tho Cullen, aulU 76. 2454
UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO.,
headquartera for fancy poultry. We buy
nnd sell at all times. Fancy llvo and
dressed. Always reliable. Fancy eges
for setting. Give ub a calL Chas. A. Hol
bcrg, Mgr., 103 W. 1st So. B1743
RED SANDSTONE, $10.00 PER CORD
Brown Stone Co., No. HE. 1st So., ground
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS
in perfect condition; come and Bee our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tel
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS $150 TO $5.00
week. 216 So. State at. rlilO
ROOMS AND BOARD Jl DAY UP
weekly rateH. 270 West So. Temple. rl015
LINCOLN HOUSE. 63 H 1ST SOUTH.
200 rooms; rates. 25 and 35 cents. sl316
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
Btructlon; large Btock of latest chande
llera. Intor-Mt. Elcc Co.. 45 E, lnt So,
MONEY TO LOAN.
OUR OWN MONEY, IN ANY QUAN
tlty, on farm or city property, at tho beat
rato of interest and tho privilege to )ia.y
nny amount at any tlmo without notice.
Tho Homo Trust & Savings Co., 6-10 W.
1st South. a2i57
F. G. WOOD. $10 TO $500, FURNITURE,
horoes, etc.; easy terms. 149 Main, R. 310.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
row money. Salaried men or women ac
commodated on their noto, without mort
gage or endorser. Easy payments. Con
tldontlaL Cherry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg.
Any amount to loan on furniture, pianos,
warehouse recolpts, personals or any good
security. See ub If you want money. Our
rates lowest in city. Easy terms; plenty
of tlmo. 129 Kelth-O'Brlcn bldg. r2163
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
any amount; any tlmo. O. F. Peterson, 53
W. 2nd So.
$10 TO $25,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate; prlvntc. Equitable Loan and In
vest. Co., 63Vi W. 2nd So. p742
ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
possession. The Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND TDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling Sc Co., C W. 2nd So.
J1000 TO $50,000, ONE TO FIVE YEARS;
farm or city property. James K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros. bank. p59
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller & Velle, 303 McComlck bldg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS OR GOOD
security, without romoval; private E. F.
Stolzenberger, 15 W. 2nd So., room 2S.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, C AND
7 per cent. J. L. Perkes, 156 S. W. Temple.
R, L. TRACY, 11 E. 1ST SO., LENDS
monoy; no commission, cxponso or delay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houses. It In not necessary to havo the
house built first. Wo will advance tho
money as tho house progresses. Lowest
rutes. Part payment any time, and Inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrln & Co..
134 Main strcot mlSS6
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GUAR
anteed. Sorcivsen & Larscn, 115 W. 2nd
COLUMBIA OPTICAL CO., 20 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
ENGRAVERS AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
til purpoaPB. 27 W. B. Temple. -337
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
copper, etc 63 E. Rth So. 'Phono 229. b312
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER
Cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on tho tloor,
feathers renovated. Phono 17S7-K. slH2
RENTED. REPAIRED, EXCHANGED.
F I. Carter, 3rd So. Ccr. W. Templo; tel.
NEW OR IND-HAND, CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorenson-Stoutt Co., 4S E. 2nd
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 26 Eagle blk. 2nd floor. dlOW
ROOFING REPAIRS REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co,, 449 W. 1st No.
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
H. F. WILLIAMS, CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model making a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Store and ofrtco fixtures.
160 E. 2nd South. 'Phone 1053-Z. sl307
ROY WATROU8, 67 E. SIID SO. KLj
vttor and Job work. Tel. 1675-Z. oS75
A now sanitary procees. 153 E. 3rd So
Work guaranteed. siSGO
GEORGE HATTON. STOCK BROKER,
No 43 East 2nd So. Commission charged,
i of 1 por cent. You pay no fco If you
buy from or sell to me. 174S
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
soldby Clt Coal Co.. 6S W. 2nd So. Ta
THIS IS PLAIN TALK
Col. E. F. Holmes on the
SHOOT GR GIVE UP GUN
Thinks Farmers Take Narrow
View of the Matter.
Must Meet the Government in a More
Liberal Spirit,, Ho Thinks, or the
Great Schcuio Will Fail.
Col. Edwin F. Holmes, president of tho
Commercial club, who Is giving his tlmo1
freely, as a member of the Utah Lake
and Jordan River Improvement commit
tee, to tho task of Inaugurating a plan
by which tho water-usors of Salt Lako
valley may avail thomselvcs of the splen
did proposition of the Government to per
manently Increase their water supply,
confesses that ho is partially discouraged
on account of tho apathy displayed by of
ficials of somo of tho canal companies
In tho matter of getting together on the
proposition. In view of tho enthusiasm
displayed by tho fanners generally when
tho plan was first proposed, it was taken
for granted that they really wanted tho
Improvements and that they would bo
moro than willing to meet tho Govern
ment on a basis which would permit of
tho work being undertaken,
Tho Government, It should bo under
stood by this time, has no interest In the
proposition except that of serving tho
people It wants nono of tho existing
rights of water-users for Us own benefit;
It simply requires that these rights bo
placed In a slightly different form for tho
continued U30 of their present owners
a form which shall enable the Govern
ment to deal with a single organization,
to tho end that It may be secured for the
repayment of the necessary outlay for In
creasing the supply of water.
What the Government proposes to do 13
simply to do the work at actual cost, per
mitting the farmers who are benefited to
repay tho amount expended In ten annual
payments, without interest. Col. Holmes,
Prof. Doremus and others of tho commit
teemen havo no personal Interest what
ever In the project except the general
good which will be done tho community.
They are working conscientiously to con
trlvo a plan of handling tho matter which
will guarantee to all who arc Interested
the preservation of their rights and an
equltablo sharo In the benctlts, and they
naturally oxpoct tho water-users them
selves to co-opcrato with them in their
efforts to bring tho matter to a success
ful Issue. It Is not strange, therefore,
that they should feel that their efforts
are not appreciated when, as was tho
case last Saturday, some of tho canal
officials and attorneys fulled to attend
an Important meeting appointed for con
sideration of the farmers' own affairs.
Cdl. Holmes talked very plainly and
frankly In regard to the subject when
seen yesterday by a representative of Tho
"Tho whole matter now lies with tho
farmers directly Interested." said he. "If
they refuse to uct we can do nothing, and
this entire project which means tho add
ing of $25,000,000 to $50,000,000 to the land
values of this valley, must be dropped.
If It does fall through there Is no ques
tion that tho greater project which In
volves tho reclamation of practically all
the Irrigable landa In the Utah lnko and
Cache valleys, as well as those of the Salt
Lake valley, will also bo abandoned. Tho
Utah lako project Is tho key to the greater
one, and If tho Government finds that
the farmers are not sufficiently Interested
to take up the smaller proposition, which
nwalts only their co-operation to be car
ried to a successful conclusion, then there
will bo no use to proceed with oven the
preliminary work of the other.
"It seems that somo of tho water-usors
nro Inclined to take a rather narrow view
of the proposition. Some of thoso who
most strongly favored the project at the
Blnghnm Junction meeting now want to
placo a value upon their primary nnd sec
ondary rights which would prohibit tho
Government from taking up tho work.
Thoy seem to think that the Government
should pay them for their rights and im
prove tho lake at Its own expense, which,
of course, Is out of tho question. Tho land
must pay for tho Improvements, nnd It
really makes no difference to the farmer
whether the value of his existing rights
Is fixed at forty second-feet or 100 second
foet. "Should It be placed at tho latter flguro
he must simply pay a proportionately
greater amount per second-foot for tho
additional amount to be furnished by tho
Government. Tho Government however,
roqulres that the deal bo made upon a
basis which shall leave tho surplus water
In Its hands to be distributed In a manner
which shall give all an equitable showing,
ONE BRINDLE BULLDOG. RETURN
to P. A. Sorenson, 518 S. State and recclvo
ON WED. NIGHT, A BLACK IIAND
bag with money and papers. Return to
635 E, 1st So. and rccelvo reward. b1C62
BLACK aLVRTIN FUR, IN GOING
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TELL MM WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
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Chestcrflald Clears. 2 for 23c c213
.and if somo farmors are . going tp insist
that thoy be given special advaritago over
their neighbors, then it will 'queer' tho
"It may bo o'en necessary for some of
them to mako nomo slight, apparent con
cessions to obtain tho great advantages
which are offered. They must take a
broad view of the situation. In the Salt
River valley, where tho situation was al
most parallel to this one, the farmers
waived all of their primary rights. The
oldest aettlers there, finding that thoy did
not have sufficient water to supply their
needs, simply signed over overythlng to
the Government and told It to go ahead
and mako the Improvements required to
give them an ample supply, assessing ths
cost to tho land covered, without discrim
ination In favor of anyone,
"Hero the farmers are not asked to do
that. Thoy aro only asked to out down
tho valuation of their primary righto to a
rcasonablo basis, The Government at first
intimated that our peoplo Bhould go in
on the same basis as did tho Salt River
farmors. but the committee secured the
conccEslon which, has already been pre
sented, and this is as far as It can go.
"It must be remembered that the court
decree defining the primary and secondary
rights of tho water-users in thl3 valley
was handed down at a tlmo when there
was a plentiful supply of wator and a less
number of acres of land to bo watered
than at thJs time- The actual amount of
water obtained during tho last thrco years
Is but slightly In excess of tho amount
which It Is proposed to givo In exchange
for tho existing rights, and th continual
drain upon the reserve supply In tho lako,
by pumping when the lake Is 30 low that
there is no natural outlet, will. In a com
paratively short tlmo, reduco the available
supply to tho basis upon which we can
now deal that of forty second-foot for
each of tho five canal companies. And
when that point Is reached it may be too
late to sccuro tho Government's aid in
Improving the lake.
"Tho State commission was named to
servo tho wholo State. It has dono Its
duty by this section In bringing tho Utah
lako proposition to tho attention of the
Government and Inducing It to do tho pre
liminary work which has resulted In find
ing tho project feasible, with tho Govern
ment willing to put the work through. If
tho peoplo won't do their part then tho
commission must turn Its attention to
somo other part of the State, or tho ap
propriation which might bo used here may
go to somo other State, bo that there will
bo nothing left for this valley when we
may need it very badly.
"Tho Government doesn't compel tho
farmers to take a million dollars' worth
of Improvements on ten years' tlmo with
out interest; thoy must express a deslro
to accept the favor, and there Is a little
something to bo dono on their part but
that part is so little and tho beneficial
results arc so far-reaching that I can't
conceivo how any community or indi
vidual can pass up the opportunity with
out an honest, earnest effort to profit
"I sincerely hope that tho water-uoors
will awaken to a realization of what their
action or non-action means for them aa
Individuals and for tho community at
large, and that tho meeting appointed for
next Saturday, at which the officers, di
rectors and attorneys of all the canal
companies aro Invited to bo present may
havo somo deflnlto and buslness-Uko re
sults. It Is no tlmo for bickering. Wo
must either do something at dnce or aban
don tho entire project apd give somo moro
enterprising community a cbanco to profit
by the Government's aid 30 freely offered."
THE DRIFT OF POLITICS.
Thoro are some men in Salt Lako City
who contend that the Mayor and hla
friends havo resolved on a plan of action
In tho administering of the affairs of the
city that has for Its central Idea the
organization of a new Democratic party.
Tho good old party which the Herald is
supposed to represent Is not to tho liking
of Mayor Morris and his first chief of
staff, Councilman Fernstrom, and thcaa
dignitaries and their satellites purpoao
hewing out one moro to their liking. In
this event, Jf they succeed, the old war
horses must stand aside. Tho center of
attraction for this now Democratic party
Is tho pot of patronage whlchMr. Morris
Is so zealously working to open and dis
tribute. Ho has his own Ideas of distrib
uting tho contents of this pot, too, that
aro not at all satisfactory, it Is claimed,
to tho so-called "rank and fllo." A voter
whose label Is "Domocrat" has no moro
recognition than tho man whose mark of
distinction Is "Bolter." and tho result of
this policy Is that tho "unwashed and un
tcrrllled" Democrats of Salt Lako aro not
bubbling over with enthusiasm since May
or Morris has got in tho saddle Some of
them think that If to bolt will hasten
their entrance into the ranks of tho serv
ants of tho public,' that thoy will do a
little bolting themselves. In the mean
time tho work of organization goes brave
ly on, but it would bo manifestly unkind
to say that the editor of tho Democratic
newspaper la tho only Demoorat in Uie
city who is kicking himself ovor the zeal
he displayed last fall.
It Is entirely Inadequate for tho oppo
nents of Mr. Hearst to say, that "his cako
Is dough." Tho young man's cntlro stock
In trade is "dough."
Somo of the local Democrats think that
the work of Mr. Tarpoy was exploited too
early. This Is equivalent to saying that
thero la a tall bit of hustling being dono
by tho antls to ofTset tho work of tho
friends of the New Yorker. It may bo
added that a considerable feeling has
crept Into it also.
Of course Mr. Roberts has not forgotten
tho Hearst petition against him, and tho
Utah Domocrats who think that tho ex
Congreasman Is a dead one will have a
very dlfforont understanding of the mat
ter when thoy return from St. Louis.
Thero Is going to be some fun at the Utah
headquarters In the convention city If
there is anything in tho signs of tho
As nn Illustration of the many lightning
changes that Mayor Morris has been
making since ho was Inductod Into office
one should read tho political news In tho
Mayor's newspapers, predicting what ho
would do, and thon reflect on what he has
not done. It was promlsod only a week
ago that ho was going to cut off tho heads
of moro than eighty Republican em
ployees forthwith, and with such dispatch
that theso eighty heads would not havo
tlmo to think about It But not a head
has been so much as disheveled. Th poor
fellows on tho street force thought thoy
wcro about to be guillotined, but tho
Mayor relented and put his newspapers
In the hole Instead. He was going to stop
the pay of the city's employees, but not
a dollar hoJ ho tho courage to suspend
payment on. One of tho newspapers, in
a labored statement of the smoke ques
tion, called attention to the leniency of
former city officials on this matter, and
predicted swift work would be dono by
Mayor Morris. The Mayor weakened the
noxt day. And thero aro a ocore of other
incidents In tho official life of Mayor
Morris that give his newspapers causo
to wonder what kind of "gold brick" thoy
bought last fait
And speaking of tho Mayor's fall-down
6n the' smoke nuisance proppsal of his.
a citizen remarked. "I noticed that tho
Herald; in discussing tho question, said
that ovory difficulty along tho lino of tho
enforcement of the law had bcon removed,
but now It is claimed that tho law cannot
bo enforced and that Mayor Morris qulto
agrees with tho Chief of Police that this
is true. It seems, thoroforn, that Bomcono
has been leading our now Mayor into
another very awkward position.''
A distinguished Kentucky editor Impales
Bryan and Hearst and Uien gooa on to
discuss "yellow puns" and "brlndle
cows" In such connection as to lead ono
to fear that ho Intends to bo personal.
But tho thing that keeps tho roador guess
ing la as to which Is which, It will bo
vory easy to assoclato "yellow" with tho
Now York nowspapor man, though ho Is
iporsonnlly a very clovor gontloman and
r.ot of tho spcclos which tho crusty old
Kentucky editor would probably havo tho
peoplo Infer, but to llkon Mr. Bryan of
"God and morality" famo to a "brlndle
cow" in simply too muoh.
If It is truo that Mr. Bryan is going to
Boll tho Democrats a "gold briok," us Mr.
Wattcrson assorts, It in mora than ho baa
GOOD POLICE WORK
IN EXPOSING GRIME
How the Burglaries on tho West Side
Were Traced to a Gang1 of
Francis Parratt, the sixteen-year-old
boy accused of having been engaged
with James Edgar in the burglary of
the Fifth Ward C6-op storo and sub
station of the postofllce, yesterday suc
cumbed to the sweating process, to
which he was subjected by Sergt Rob
erts and Officer Sperry of the police
force, and mado a full confession of the
crime. He not 'only confessed to par
ticipation in tho crime, but also re
vealed the hiding place of bis Bhare of
the booty, tho sum of $91.50 in cash,
which the offlcers found in the coal
house at the homo of the boy's parents
at 623 West Sixth South'street
Toung Parratt admits that he and the
Edgar boy were- the only ones engaged
in tho Fifth Ward Co-op store burglary,
which was committed last Monday
night, and he corroborates the state
ments of Andrew Tonnesen, who was
arrested Saturday evening, in regard
to the three raids made by the gang of
youthful outlaws on last Sunday night
and the Thursday and Saturday nights
previous, on the store of Jenkins &
Ashby an Second West and Seventh
South streets. Parratt says that the
money which hegave up to the offlcers
yesterday was a portion of the postof
flco funds pacured in the Fifth ward
store, and that tho sum of $d3, which
was partly postofllce fund3 and partly
storo funds, was taken, by Edgar, who
is supposed to have left the city with
the soldiers, who departed last Wednes
day for San Francisco.
Officers Roberts and Sperry, -who did
the work which ran to earth not only
this gang of youthful desperadoes, but
as well tho still -younger band of ban
dits headed by Clifford Hill, aro natur
ally quite well satisfied with tho ac
complishment of less than a week.
They took in young Parratt on suspi
cion the second day after the Fifth
Ward Co-op case wag placed' in their
hands, although it was not until Sat
urday, when Tonnesen was arrested
and confessed, that sufficient evidence
was obtained on which to prefer
charges against the first boy.
Cherry Shegau, 10 years old, has been
added to those of the Clifford Hill gang
who are under arrest, charged with
having in two days broken into tho
Gray fruit Btand on South Templo
street, carrying away most of the
stock; robbed Whlttaker's rabblt-houso
of two rabbits and a lot of doves, and
rifled the pockets of a bather at tho
Senatorium of ?3, with which they H
bought air-guns. These depredations H
were In addition to the robbery by the H
Hill boy of the flowers from his fath- H
er's grave, which he sold on the streets H
for a few cents. H
Claude Jones, who was mentioned by H
Sam Davis ay having been a member H
of the Parratt-Edgar gang, stoutly de- H
nlcs the Implication, and it is likely H
Davis was mistaken. Young Jones is H
in the employ of the A. D. T. company H
as a messenger, and it is claimed by H
those who know him well that his rec- H
ord is clear. Davis, who was taken Into H
custody Saturday night as one reputed H
to know a good deal about the opera- H
lions of the gang, was yesterday re- H
A secret service ofTicer of the post- H
office department Is still working on H
the sub-station burglary, together with H
tho police department, and It ia not un
likely that Edgar, and possibly others
of his gang who left for the coast, will
be brought back to answer for their
before attempted. He heretofore was
lcary of anything that looked llko a gold 1
brick. It may be added, however, that H
If gold bricks aro tho means by which IH
Mr., Bryan expects to reach enough dele- fl
gates to land his young friend Hearst, IH
that Utah Democrats are not susceptible H
Thoy must be shown the contents of tho H
package they buy. H
Mayor Morris's patronapo ordinance IH
which la expected to cause a row when it IH
comes up for final passage, would bo a
generous contribution to the power of tho HJ
Honorablo Richard P. Morris; but tho
Council of the city of Salt Lako Is not H
likely to hand to that gentleman a weapon IH
by which ho would be ablo at any tlmo IH
to tlo its hands so completely. Even tho HJ
Democratic members would likely llvo to HJ
eeo tho day that they would regret dole- HJ
gating to tho Mayor such unlimited HJ
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CAUGHT THE CROWD
The usual largo crowd gathered at
the Grand last evening to enjoy the
band concert. The Imperial quartette,
consisting of Messrs. Ashworth, Philips,
Chrlstopherson and Squires, was the
special feature of tho programme. They
fairly captured tho house by storm and
had to pay for it by responding to three
encores, all of which were immensely
enjoyed. Their rendition of "Annie
Lnurlo" was- especially commendable.
Tho evening programme opened
with a march entitled "The Bandmas
ter,"' which was skillfully executed. In
the "Sultan of Sulu" the band was at
Its best and succeeded In bringing out
tho climax in a manner that especially
delighted the audience. The noxt two
selections, "Any Rags" and "Bedella."
wero lively and popular tunes and wero
enjoyed on this account, whereas "Se
mlremldo" was so lifeless and so dull
that tho audience wearied before its
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