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I 8 Ties Salt Hake TBimnm: Tuesday Moknustg-, aiAncs: 22, 1904. . ' flN
TO RECLAIM ARID
LAND IN WYOMING
Preliminary Examination Made "by
Government "With a View to Con
structing Irrigation Works,
1 1 BY A. P. PHILIPS.
NarJwunl Hotel. V
WASHINGTON". D. C, March 21. )
An examination lias been made- or the
New Fork river and tributaries In Wy
oming by Engineer A. J. Parehall o
the reclamation service, with a view
to ascertaining the possibility of con
structing irrigation works by the Gov
ernment. ! The preliminary examination was
undertaken with a view to obtaining a
general knowledge of the country,
which is very extensive. Barometlc
readings were mado at several points
, .:10ns the Big Sandy and over the di
vide to Muddy creek at New Fork, and
at the various lakes where It was
. . thought possible to impound water in
I I WATER FOR MILLION ACRES.
While there Is no authentic informa
tion as to the volume of the flood and
normal water supply of the various
tributaries of New Fork, from what 1b
known of these streams by current rc
i portv as well as general knowledge of
Green river, of which New Fork is tho
largest tributary in this section of Wy
oming, Is sufficient to Irrigate a large
area of arid land, approximating pcr
.taps a million acres.
The New Fork obtains its supply en
tirely from the mountains on its east
ern bank. It has a number of Impor
tant tributaries. Willow. Pine. Boulder
and Pole creeks, nnd East Fork river,
each discharging vast volumes at flood
reason and a considerable quantity
during the entire year. The sources of
these streams arc in the mountains,
where perpetual snow is to be found,
and each passes through lakes of con- j
sldorable size, capable of storage to a
greater or less degree of large bodies
j of water at a reasonable cost.
FOR RAISING HAY.
The elevation of the Irrigable lands
j In this section, about 7000 feet, is too
great for general agricultural purposes.
' Tho raising of native hay, timothy and
I similar grasses must be the principal
industry, but located aa this section is
in the center of a vast stock country.
I there is little doubt of settling the re-
, claimed land speedily with a communi
ty to whom a home and competence is
I Engineer Parshall and his party prob
ably will make a more thorough survey
of the . entire New Fork district, in
cluding the lands on the west side of
the river, and the preliminary work
down the Green river beyond where
that stream cuts its way through the
divide will be continued with a view
of ultimately discovering some plan by
which water can bo carried upon a
great stretch of plain in that section,
which is In reality a part of the Big
II Lame Back, Weak Kidneys and Urinary
Irritation arc cured by Oregon Kidney
I 1 Tu
I METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.
Forecast for Salt Lake City and vicini
tyGenerally fair: warmer.
Arizona Fair Tuesday and Wednesday.
Colorado Fair Tuesday and "Wednes
day, warmer Tuesday In northern por
tion; warmer Wednesday,.
Kansas Fair, colder, Tuesday; Wednes
day, fair, warmor.
Montana Fair Tuesday; Wednesday,
wanner in cast and central portions.
Yesterday record at the local offlco of
the Weather bureau:
' Maximum temperature, 25 degrees:
minimum temperature, 27 degrees; mean
temperature, 32 degrees, which Is 10 de
grees below tho normal.
Accumulated excess of tcmpcraturo
since tho first of the month, II degrees.
Accumulated excess of tempcruturo
since January 1st. C3 degrees.
Total precipitation from 6 p.m. to 6 p.
m.. .01 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since tho ilrst of tho month, .75 inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
-since the first of January, l.CS inch.
R. J. HYATT. Local Forecaster.
Reports received at SalCLake City March
21. 1001. Observations taken at all sta
tions at 8 a. m,, 75th meridian time:
Other Points " Max. Mln.
Denver Cloudy. ...fiS S3
Grand Junction Cloudy 60 112
Helena Cloudy.. ..as ir,
Pocntello Cloudy.. ..31 2
Modcna Cloudy.. ..52 2fi
Wlnneraucca Cloudy.. ..31
R. J. HYATT. Section Director.
II ' BIRTH BETUBNS.
I ' Jettlo, girl to Henry and Sarah, -121 W.
5th N., March 17th.
H Thornton, girl to Mr. and Mrx. Wzru S.,'
ffl Eighth ward, March 18th.
I Scott, boy to W. G, and Ida, Kcogh-
H Wright hospital, March ISth.
Hill, girl to David G. and Louisa, 131 N.
H 2nd W., March 16th.
n Grccnlg. girl to Wm. G. and Carrie, 23S L
Jw sL, March Gth.
jl Jones, boy to Lincoln and Alice, 371 W.
1th So., March 20th.
'a TJlmcr. boy to Lyman L. and Ella E., 1163
a Washington avc, March 16th.
a Galr, boy to Anton and Louise, C77 So.
J( 7th E.. March 15th.
I BURIAL PERMITS.
: Yates, John D, ago 1, 1037 W. 1st So.,
Tripp, Francis C, ago CO, Scattlo, Wash.,
' Cordell, Rose Alice, age 10 months, 7 Sl-
i , mondl ave, March 19th.
i Hansen, Orson P., age 25. 101S "Windsor
i , ave.. March ISth.
i Hills, Lewis E.. ago 8 months, 051 So. 3rd
. E., March 20th.
Palmer. Jennings U.. age 7 mouths, 303 N,
;l 3rd W., March 19th.
11 I MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Arthur Mattson. Salt Lake City... ....21
j j Amelia Anderson, Suit Lake City .1G
i ' I George H. Colcmero, Kaysvllle 3S
1 I Lizzie Boswdrth, Kaysvllle 22
M J I Joseph C. RIeder. Salt Lake City 2C
g; J j Ethel Acocks, Evanston. Wyo. 9
g' . Vernon Wilson, Des Moines, la 21
g. Myrna Zimmerman, Des Moines, Ja..l9
t'v ij Louis S. Hill. Mill Creek., 27
f Louise A. Walters, Mill Creek 21
I A Goorgo S. Harras, Boise, Ida
I .J Mrs. Anna Worlcy. Boise, Ida 2C
j H William H. Lloyd, Crescent 13
1 X Mary A. Ncwbold. South Jordan 16
HI 1 Well Again.
S The many friends of John Blount will
j be pleased to learn that he has entirely
Jli recovered from hU attack of rheuma-
' 1 1 tlsm. Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured
flU j him after the best doctors in the town
H 1 (Monon, Ind.) had failed to give relief,
l The prompt relief from pain which this
liniment affords is alone worth many
. times ItB coat. All druggists.
WANTS A DIVORCE
FROM A SOLDIER
Cases Sot for Today,
4- DISTRICT COURT.
-t- Division No, 1-Hon. W. C. Hall,
W. H. Hurd vs. S. Hays.
Division No. 2 Hon. S. W. Stew-
4- art, Judge.
-f- Oregon Short Line Railroad com-
-f- pany vs. James S. Jones et al.
-f- Oregon Short Line Railway com- -f
pany vs. William R. Jones, Jr. -f-
4- Division No. 3 Hon. C. W. Moroe. 4-
4- Judge. 4-
4- State of Utah vs. Arthur Brown. 4-4-
Division No. 1 Hon. T. D. Louis,
4- Judge. 4-
4" Imnrowd Brick company vs. -f
4- John Maccono.
4- CITY COURT. 4-
4- Civil Division lion. H. S. Tanner. 4-4-
No setting. -f
Ernest McNcer. a prlvalo In tho
Twelfth battery, stationed at Fort Doug
lus, is made defendant In a suit for dl
vorco brouglit by Nora McNcer In tho
District court, yesterday. Tho defendant
is charged with non-support and deser
tion. The plaintiff asks for suit money,
but says "alio abandons all hopo of ever
being able to realize any money for her
maintenance on account of tho migratory
business of tho defendant nnd his preda
tory habits In -wife-hunting." Tho eouplo
were married In this city on February
13, vyti. The plaintiff seeks permission to
resume her maiden name, Nora Leigh.
LEWIS GIVEN FIVE YEARS
FOR GRAND LARCENY
Ed Lewis entered a pica of guilty to
tho charge of grand larceny and was sen
tenced to fivo years in tho Sinto prison
at hard labor by District Judgo Morse
yesterday. The defendant stole ?200 In
gold from a man named Domenclo Massa
In a West South Temple roomlng-houso
on March -1th. Tho money was found
two days later in tho defendant's posses
sion In the city jail. When arraigned In
tho District court a few days ago. Lewis
pleaded not guilty to tho crime, but this
pica was changed ystcrday.
Tho case agalnH Carl Johnson, who
was with Lewis at tho time the larceny
was committed, was dismissed by Judgo
Morso upon the ground of lnsufllclency of
evidence to warrant a conviction. Tho
eourt made an order directing that tho
County Clerk return the stolen 'gold, to
The easo of Edward P. Graves, receiver
for the North American Savings, Loan
and Building company of St. Paul. Minn.,
vs. Laura P. Corey et al., was dismissed
yesterday. . y
Judgment In favor of tho plaintiff for
J11D.C0 was rendered by Judge Lowls yes
terday in tho case of the Rio Grando
Western Railroad compouiy vs. S. H.
Lynch et al.
Tho cases of the four mining companies
against Cleveland O'Moss was resolved
into tho ono case of tho Excelhlor Mining
company vs. tho defendant. Tho case is
still in progress.
Suit to recover J10C3. I0. alleged to bo duo
for goods and wares, was filed in the
District court yesterday by L. M. nnd
Mr. R. H. Crump against tho Sam Levy
Cigar Manufacturing company.
Florence Andruss brought suit for dl
vorco against Pctu Andruss In the Dis
trict court yesterday. Tho eouplo wero
married July 16, at Tcllurlde. Colo.
Tho divorce is asked for on tho grounds
of desertion and non-support.
D. J. Evans brought suit yesterday In
tho District court against the Latham Mi
ning and Smelting company to recover
25,( shares of tho capital stock of the
defendant company. Tho stock Is alleged
to bo due the plaintiff by reason of a con
tract entered into with tho defendant
whereby tho plaintiff represented the
compairy in securing purchasers for tho
The celebrated bond case of John A.
Kuykcndall, admlnsltrator of tho estate
of Charles Pcrkoy. vs. the Western Pa
cific railroad nnd vs. the Union Pacific
and others, camo up In the United States
Federal court yesterday. On tho motion
of the attorney for some of tho defend
ants, tho case was dismissed as regards
tho Central Pacific railroad of California,
tho Central Pacific railway of Utah and
tho Southern Pacific of Kentucky.
Rogers & Jennings have telephone
No. 700 with the New Independent
AT THE HOTELS.
Arrivals at tho Cuilcn yesterday wore:
J. T. McConncll, Vernal; F. W, McClew
nn, Murray; F. W. Burke, Idaho; E. O.
WattlH, Ogdcn; R. Hubert, Corydon; L. J.
Cannard, Bingham; J. T. Kcan and wife,
Chicago; James W. Wlckham and family,
Columbus, O.; J, II. Sncll, Spanish Fork;
E. L. Potter, Ogdcn; C. O. Greenwood,
Colorado Springs; William W. Finney,
Denver; C. H. Peterson, Eurclca; F. F.
Phillips. Denver; AY". 1L Lee, Jr., W. 11.
lie, Provo; J. B. Winters, Butte: Francis
Jones and wife, Montpellcr; M. Shall,
James Ruffa, Ogdcn; Edward Ryan, Co
lumc. NEW WILSON.
Arrivals at tho New Wilson yesterday
were: G. O. Austin, Lehl; Mr. and Mrs.
James Andrew, Misses Jesslo and Vir
ginia Andrew, Genncseo; John H. Reed,
Mrs. J. H. Reed, Columbus, O.; Arthur
Colfax, Boston. A. N. Sprapuc, Pocatello;
L. B. Brown. Miss Anna Harris, George
Harris Grand Junction; J. P. Pratt, Pro
vo; J. R. Booth. New York; J. M. Boi-nlo,
Miss Lucy Bornio. Butte; E. L. Falkcn-
burg, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Hatklns,
Now York; I. Hllson. Rock Springs; Da
vid Chalmers. New York; Thomas Lough
ney, Ogdon; E. O. Moore, H. L Burdlck,
A. J. Ferguson, Chicago; A. E. Ennls,
Lcadvllle; V. D. Wilson and wife, Des
Moines; Andre N. Anderson, Manti; John
J. McCauley. Butto; P. T. Henehcy, Den
ver; Edgar Kidwell, San Francisco; II. D.
Wooloy, New York; D. D. Houtz, Provo;
Dr. G. L. Stookey, Lehl; Mrs. D. E, Rath
bone, Evanston, Mra. R. S. Joyce. Sher
man Bowcn, Ogdcn; L. K. Kcrbaugh and
wife, St. Louis; George C. Gunther and
wife, Ontonag, Or.; F, E. Seldcmun, Den
ver; H. C. wood. Spencer, Ida.; MnronI
Helner, Morgan: J. C. Sullivan, Eureka;
Robert F, Monahan, Boston; L. B. Fuller,
Tcllurlde. E. S. Corbln. Denver: A. V.
Hague. Nophl; Owen O'Hara, Lanboro,
Pa.: Ernest T. Green and family; J. J.
White. New York; L B. Brown, Grand
Junction: C. II. Goddard. St. Louis: J. P.
Pratt, Provo; G. W. Prauch and wife,
Norrlstown: Don C. Goddard. Colorado
Springs; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Plckard,
Mr. and Mrs. F. F, Plckard, Nettle Ro
mans. Max Plckard, Bonnurs Point, N.
Y.; J. S. Mathews, Cincinnati; E. P. Ba
Walker's atoro announces the return
of Miss Cameron from New York City.
The dressmaking department Is now
open, where Miss Cameron will be
pleased to receive her friends and pa
trons, McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81,
These Grateful Flen and WomenTelling of Weariness and Weakness Qj iPfroP 1 ' SH
Cast OffAod Happiness and Strength RegainedThey mG Pii 'ifln
Point for You the Way to Health. jjS Y
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND ! Hasps' H
form. There Is not a household where ,
electricity cannot be used in some form Kr4H
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and Tonic That Feeds Strength to the Whole System. SLarSS Mm
new inventions you ought to see. The H
Bo well. Don't have grip this spring, cheerfully knowing It to have been of
Don't let a cold get Its hold on you. Be great benefit to myself and my sister,
well. It's easy. "It dispelled an attack of grip which
pv mne M i TlvrnD was very severe on me.
Dl RU J. 1AIL.UK. "My sister had been ill for years with
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X MKS. M. J. TAYLOR WEST ALLIS. X
When Weak and Tired Sho Turns With rirra Reliance to Paino's
Celery Compound Her Grip Was Cured Her Sister Was Built Up to
Happy Health. X
t-M HtlHUMII H H -r-f-t-t-K -M W WH-H-H-MH-
It Cured Her Grip Attack Made Her nervousness and weak blood before she
Nervous Sister Well Mndo Her tok Paino's Celery Compound.
'She advised many of her friends to
Blood Pure. , i,T n. They all said It did them more
it KOO(l than any others they had tried.
West Allls. Wis., Jan. 2S. 1001. 1 ..T reiy on it when I am feeling -weak
recommend Paino's Celery Compound and tired." Mrs. M. J. Taylor.
i You can't possibly j I
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At least, it is not
( tho fault of tho . 1
i flour it's
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The Largest Selling Brand of
Cigars in the World.
X SECBET SERVICE SUPERINTENT)ENT THEODORE E. PAYrTE, 1
f Tho Noted Detective "When Work Won't Wait" Gets Health,
Vitality and Strength. From Paino's Celery Compound. 4!
SECRET SERVICE MAN IS ALWAYS AT HIS BEST.
Theodore E. Payne, Superintendent of work won't wait until ono feels like
-tho Great Bureau, Tolls What working-will be greatly benefited by
' the use of Paine s Celery Compound.
Ho Owes to Paine s Celery t have used it off and on for the past
Compound. or six years nnd always with ben
eficial results." Theodore E. Payne,
Philadelphia, February 20. Superintendent Standard Secret Ser-
"For anyone whose work requires ex- lceiiutg,'u-
cessivc nerve sower or herve concen- E uGot at the REAL CAUSE the
tratlon I know of nothing1 better than S 2TERVES."
Palne's Celeo' Compound. Any one 8 prof. k. e. Phelps. M. D.. T.T. D.. of
compelled to devote long hours and I Dartmouth University. Discoverer of
, , . ., . 1 4ii w f Palne's Celorv Compound,
close attention to details when the '
Learn how much better you can feel Go to your Druggist Today Get one bottle Feel just ONCE tliat
abundant new nervo forco mado by Palne's Celery Compound You will NEVER AGAIN be contented with
low spirits and poor health.
DEVELOP THE BUST
tSvQ't' Tnc greatest at
t&&fflEM: f ri- tract Ivcness of a
MHPW&Jfl'f ljVi woman's ilgure Is a
MllKSm Wf tlnclv rounded Bust
KYjUimi WY$ly and In no direction
VwXfWfr Is a laclc oC wo"
BbBNr w nft man's charms so
Jfeiif striking as in a dc
''W flclency in this par
known to medical scienccthat1;!!! devel
op tho lmmaturcd bust or restore the
natural beauty of a breast lost through
nursing. IT MAKES THE I LESH
FIRM AND HEALTHY. cn,rir,T?c;
ON SALE AT DEPARTMENT STORES
The regular prlco of Dr. Charles Flesh
Food Is 5L00 a box. but to introduce it
into thousands of new homes we have de
cided to send two (2) boxes to all who an-
swer this advertisement ami send us J1.00.
All packages aro sent In plain wrapper,
postage prepaid. j
PS45"R? A sample box Just enough to
PlBl&lr convince you of tho great
H lUfaEkji merlt of Dr Charles Flesh
Food will be sent free for 10 cents, which
pays for cost of mailing. Wo will also
pond you our Illustrated book, "Art of
, Massage," which contains all tho proper
1 movements for mnssaging tho face, nock
and arms, and full directions for develop
ing tho bust. Address
Dr. eHRRLES e.,
19 Park Place, New York.
Sold at 50 cents a box by I
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.
No more wakeful nights if you
give your baby Mellin's Food.
Mellin's Food babies sleep
A poital request will bring a oainple of Mcllln'a
Food,rlcht to your home,
MELLIN'S FOOD . CO., BOSTON," MASS.
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Any sick jicrson who hns never used 81
Llquozone should write tho Liquid H
Ozono Co., J&Mt Wabash ave., Chi- M
cago. 'xiwy will send you an order on
your druggist for a 50-cont bottlo free, U
If you will state tho dlscaso to be Q
treated 2-H. G. F. E.
Now and elegant In all its appointments,
250 rooms, single or en suite. Gl rooms with
bath. G. S. Holmes, Proprietor.
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ROPER & MAYER,
L 26-28 W. Second South St
IK THE DISTltTCT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of tho State of j
1'lah. county of Salt Lake. Josef Goott, f,
plaintiff, vs. Jennie Goott, defendant. V
The Slato of Utah to tho said do- K
Vou ni-e hereby summoned to appear V
within twonty days after tho servlco of (t
this summons upon you, If served within y
tho county in which this action Is 0
brought, otherwise, within thirty days i
after service, nnd defend tho abovo cntl-
tied action; and In case of your failure so I
to do. Judgment will be rendered against
you according to tho demand of the com- J
plaint, of which a copy Is herewith served
upon you. B. A. WALTON'. 5
Plaintiffs Attorney. Z
P. O. Address, 05-90 Commercial Blk.,
25 E on 2nd South street, Salt Lako City,
Utah. USS7 I
I U rv$aS Cafe f !
X 239 MALNT STREET.
Has Opened. (
a Open day nrcl night Tel. 901-Y. T t
X Tray Ordora Solicited.
It Insures an enjoyable. Invigorating
bath; makes every pore respond, re. '
moves dead skin.
ElNERGIZES THE "WHOLE BODY,
starts tho circulation, and leaves a 1
glow equal to a Turkish bath.
ALL GROCER" A2TD DRUGGISTS. 1
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
SI. S. IIANAUKK, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Tomplo.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS "
will rcculve- prompt attention. Analytical i
work a specialty. Send for price list.
T W. CTJRRIE, ASSAYER,
) 79 W. 3rd South, Salt Lako City.
OHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
P. O. Bos 082. Salt Lako City.
ffKrvK) When you've tried all 5
3 W$iXA the rest,' then try w
H IfcgS the very best 3
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C' Bt'teTifrr5?:?Ww Perfection of at;e, K
i BriJlwJtiftj purity of flavor, ans g
3 At all loading bars. S. nirtSOU & CO. R
W cafca, drug stores ka'3A8 city, no. x
MIXES AND KNEADS THE 33 RE AD
IN 3 MINUTES. '
Without Touching the Hands to the
5rOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT
King Hardware & Stove Co.
ICS MAIN STREEET.
Unequalled in Purity jj
OSWEGO SILVER GLOS
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I OSWEGO CORN STARCH. j
annot ran 10 interest -- VMMMm
ong to this ccnturj'. 1 HH
. M. H1QLEY & CO., 1 WM
HONEST PLUMBERS. 1 HSS
Electric Wiring and Fixtures, Bufi
00 East First South. Telephone 752, J Bj3H
1 Jmh Received HR
OF THE BEAUTIFUL q , HHKI
tidier Pianos H
T Tho linest modcralc-prlci Piano IHiiii
3 SOLD OY BY BH
s Clayloo Music Co. HI
v 103 MAIN ST. HH
EVERYTHING MUSICAL. H
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REMEDY I ? H
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I In medicines. j E
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I Stop That Cough''rT ' Kj
I Try Pitt's Old Time )
I Cough Remedy. ;'.
4- It has been tried and not found 4- ll
X Welcome; step In.
1 All cars start from KflB
i Godbc-Pitts Drug i H
Shoe Novelties Kb
For Easier 1 H
)iw Swell patterns for street
?o nnd dress wear, in Soots o 1
SSc nnd Oxfords. Popular III) IH
V?H prices; 1.65 to S5.00. ,
p3S and 210 Main St., Thone 695 V,
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