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; GAT IN IEALBAG
4 ' SAYS HANSBR0U6H
Senator Makes Some Covert Charges
in Connection "With Proposed
Repeal of Land Laws.
WASHINGTON. March 25. Senator
I I j Hansbrough charged In tho Senate to
day that the movement to secure the
repeal of the desert land law, the tini
' her and stone law, and the commuta
tion clause of the homestead act, was
due to the efforts of a lobby composed
of holders of lands bought In large
tracts from railroad companies with a
desire thereby to Increase the demand
lor their property.
Mr. Hansbrough Intimated that thrre
was- an ulterior motive in the move
ment for the repeal of the laws in
Question, saying that there was in
Washington an organization preparing
the way for the repeal of the desert
land, timber, stone and commutation
laws, and speaking of this organization,
"I am satisfied that it is the purpose
of this organization to enhance the
value of! private holdings in scrip and
He said, In this connection, that he
madf no charge that any Senator o
member of the House o'f Representa
tives was Interested In uny such organi
zation. He added that "one of the In
dividuals In connection with this or
ganization has recently been receiving
I princely salary from one of tho land
f x grant railroads for the past six years.
t M Senator Du Bois intimated that the
l mj pressure for repeal was due to large
I iW holdings of forest lieu lands by the rail-
'W K roads.
$' Senator Gibson yesterday advocated
vf P i repealing the laws in question. Senator
k Hansbrough and Du Bois contended'
JL 3 that the repeal would be unwise. Sena-
5 if I tor Newlands favored modifications of
fcj the law.
Ltf M ' The bill making appropriations for
Vkm the support of the District of Columbia
f'Vll Avns considered for several hours, but
I. WM without completing it the Senate took
fi w up the private pensions calendar, pass-
ing a large number of bills.
U During the day former Vice-President
6 , I Morton appeared on the floor of the
Lm I Senate and was warmly greeted.
iln tho House
The House today passed the post
office appropriation bill after a pro
longed debate on the paragraph affect
1 ing rural letter carriers, which yestcr-
, day was stricken out, but which today
U was Inserted with enthusiasm under a
IV special order of the Committee on rules.
Yj Every amendment' and substitute
offered to this paragraph was voted
l Mr. Moon made an unsuccessful at-
tempt to recommit the bill with lnstruc-
tlons to strike out the appropriations
for ppeclal facilities over trunk lines
' south of Washington and west of Kan-
I ( The bill has been under discussion
kTfli since March 7th. At times members
lm vigorously assailed tho PostofFice de-
1 j; ( partment and Gen. Bri9tow, and de-
; f .1 mands were made for an investigation
I i into the entire service, but Chairman
J . Overstreet, who has borne the brunt of
i 'T atacs stood as a harrier to such
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ifcjPJl ISSUE OF WORLD'S FAIR
STAMPS NEARLY READY
lip X 4- WASHINGTON, March 25. Tho
lw )' 4- Postofflco Department today an-
iKj; bV ! nounccd that a special acrlcs In --
am. jjl stamps of flvo denominations to
Wff lf 4- commemorate tho Louisiana Pur- 4-
K If 4- chase of 1S03 and to be known as
J' tho commemoratlvo scries of l&W,
Ml I f ' 4 will bo Jasued. beginning April 2lHt, 4
ffi X ' j 4 for salo to the public during Uie 4
jjB ' j 4 term of the exposition, from April -f
5 j ; 4- 20 to Docembcr 1. 1KH.
jgM V 4 A supply of the regular issue of 4
ffl' . 4 stamps also will be kept In stock 4
Mrlr kv f-'1 postofflces during this period. 4
IK DECREASE IN PNEUMONIA
I FATALITIES IN NEW YORK
V NEW YORK, March 25. Returns to
I the Health department show an encour-
aging decrease In the pneumonia fatal-
I Jtles here. 'From the record wark of 350
1 deaths reported from that causo In the
L ' week ending March 5th, the fatal cases
1 have fallen to 27S, and a continued Im-
provement la expected, owing to moro
n I favorable weather.
1 lj There has been no apparent decrease
; In the prevalence of Influenza In the
j j; city, and last week that disease was the
.'It direct cause of thirty-two deaths, only
1$ four less than in the preceding week.
t ' DID YOU KNOW
K That our number Is 582 with the new
Independent Telephone Co.? Eclipse
j , Grocery and Meat Market.
If j BOY EATS DYNAMITE AND
j 1 j FAMILY IS ON ANXIOUS SEAT
( l PATI3RSON. N. J., March 25 Anto-
.' nlo Clone, 6 years old, was playing
j near a car on the Erie railroad at Ster-
'A ling Junction. Tho boy's father and
i several other workmen were busy un-
3 loading dynamite from a car. In some
l manner young Colono got hold of a
" A sma.ll stick of the dynamite and ate
about half of it. He soon became sick
J and lost consciousness.
Physicians havo been unable to re-
B'ijl j p READ IT THROUGH.
Bljjj 'Twould Spoil ThiG Story to Tell It in
BRIM To use an eighteenth century phrase,
Hwili A th,s ,B an "0'CF trUG tale-" Hftv,nff hap.
BWl r3, pened in a small Virginia town in the
wwjtfjl 1 ' winter of 1902, it is a story very much
Br-Tn.Tllri of tn0 Present- Up to a B,10rt time ago
fflBWsVB SIrS" Jol,n B Harmon o Mclfa Station,
Bu5rt fllJi Va, acl no Personal knowledge of tho
Bryj vTM rare curative properties of Chamber-
BRyW J Iain's Cough Remedy. "Last January,"
Klaf 1 sho saya, "my baby took a dreadful cold
RllPtt T antl at onc tlm 1 fcured sl,c 'ouW have
Htlflk M pneumonia, but one of my neighbors
HixNJ told me llow tllls remeay had cured her
B'"- ilM little boy and I began giving It to my
SK''M haby at once and It soon cured her. .1
vininB V1 heartily thank the manufacturers of
WVlUfclS Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for plac-
ji'WBjDaT Ing ho great a cure within my reach. I
'-Winl'Bl cannot recommend It too highly or say
iiffliwK l"p much In ,ts flv?r 1 honc a11 who
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OFFICIAL CALL FOR
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVEN
April 8, 1904.
TO THE REPUBLICAN ELECTORS
OF THE STATE OF UTAH:
In accordance with established cus
tom and in obedience to instructions
of the national Republican committee,
the State Republican committee of
Utah directs that a State convention of
delegated representative of the Re
publican party bo held at Salt Lake
City, Utah, for the purpose of electing
six delcgates-at-large and &ix alternato
delegatcs-at-large to the Republican
national convention of 1904, and for tho
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before it, and that
said State convention shall assemble at
10 o'clock a, m. on Friday, the 8th day
of April, 1904, in the Salt Lake Theater.
The Republican electors of this State,
and all other electors, without regard to
past political affiliations, who believe
in tho principles of the Republican
party and Indorse its policies, are
cordially invited to unlto under this call
In the selection of said delegates and
The said State convention shall con
sist of 460 delegates, apportioned to the
several counties of this State on the
basis of ono delegate for every ninety
five votes, or a majority fraction there
of, that were cast for Hon. Joseph
nowell for Representative In Congress
on November 4, 1902, In said counties,
respectively. Herewith Is the apportion
ment to each county:
County. Votn, gates.
Beaver 763 S
Boxeldcr 1,769 19
Cacho 3,177 S3
Carbon 75 3
Davis 1.220 13
Emory 63!) 7
Garfield 523 6
Grand 227 2
Iron 645 6
Juab 1,202 13
Kane 272 3
Millard S51 9
Morgan 591 4
Pluto 371 4
Rich 341 4
Salt Lake ll.SS 125
San Juan 91 1
Sanpete 2,745 29
Sovier 1.3S0 14
Summit 1.S24 19
Tooclo 1.0M 11
Uintah r621 7
Utah 5,121 54
"U'nsatch Tvl 8
Washington 507 6
Wayno 310 3
Weber 4.274 45
All delegate Bhall be elected not less
than five days before the meeting of
the State convention. The respective
county committees are requested to
call conventions or to otherwise ar
range for the election of delegates to
the State convention. The chairmen
of the respective county committees
will forward to the chairman of the
State committee. Immediately after
their election, a full list of the delegates
The Republican national convention
is to assemble at Chicago. 111., at 12
o'clock noon, on Tuesday, the 21et day
of June, 1904. Delegates and alternates
elected thereto will receive credentials
duly signed and attested by the chair
man and secretary of the State con
vention electing them.
By order of the Republican Stato
JAMES H. ANDERSON,
TOM PITT, Secretary. .
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers in our now loca
tion. On account of cheap rent, we will
be ublc to give bur patrons the benefit
of same, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
DEWEY OBJECTS TO
IRTRU310N OF ARMY
WASHINGTON, March 25 At a
meeting of the joint army and navy
board a few days henco Admiral Dewey
and Rear-Admiral Taylor, representing
the general board of the navy, "will open
war on the proposed Intrusion of the
army into naval warfare.
Admiral Dewey wants a decision now
on whether there Is to bo one navy or
two. If the Joint board decides that
there shall be two Admirals, Dewey will
carry the fight into Congress.
The objection Is to the proposed pur
chase of submarine boats to operate
with the land batteries In harbor de
fense work. Admiral Dewey's opposi
tion is based on the theory that It the
War department gets one submarine It
soon would want more, and that It then
would seek to have monitors and bat
tleships built for the defense of harbors.
Every Itching disease of tho skin
quickly cured by
Never falling remedy for Itching
At any drug store.
Huddleston, Not Hudson.
The Salt Lake Herald, In publishing
the Federal court reports Friday, March
25th, headed the list of parties who had
filed their petitions In bankruptcy with
the name of C. E. Hudson Instead of C.
E. Huddleston (of Ogden City, Utah).
C. E. Hudson Is a prominent broker
and mine owner of Salt Lake City and
has no occasion to nvall himself of tho
Suit Lake City, March 20, 1904.
WOMAN WANTED IN
ILLINOIS FOR MURDER
HELENA, Mont., March 25. Mrs. W.
Works was arrested hero this afternoon
by the Chief of Polico on orders
from Eloomlngton, 111., where it la al
leged she murdered her husband,
Michael Colton May 24, 1897. Tho wo
man denies the murder. She married
Work in Wyoming four years ago.
Illinois officers have telegraphed they
would come for tho woman.
RICH HAUL IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO, March 25. Porch climbers
have entered the resldeuco of Edward
T. Jeffery, president of the Denver &
Bio Grande railroad. 1842 Michigan
avenue, and carried off $3000 worth of
diamonds and jewelry. In escaping the
burglars slid down one of tho wooden
supports of tho porch and tore It loose.
Among the articles taken were many
No clew was left by the thieves.
Battle in Southwest Africa "With
Savages Ton Insurgents
BERLIN, March 25. A cablegram'
was rcqelvcd today from Col. Leutwoin,
the Governor of German Southwest Af
rica, announcing that a fight ocr
curred at Omatako Mountain March
16th which resulted In tho Hcreros be
ing repuled with a loss of ten men
killed. The German loss was two men
killed and two wounded.
"DM" USED TO
FIGHT WHISKY TRUST
Combine Alleges That Plaintiff in
an Action Against It Is a
NEW YORK, March 25. Upon alle
gations that an action brought by Ed
win Blum of this city is similar to the
Peter Power litigation against the
Northern Securities company, several
well-known capitalists in the Distilling
Company of America, known as the
"whisky trust," have secured a. favor
able ruling by Supremo Court Judgo
In this suit Blum charges that the
promoters of tho distilling company,
which 1b capitalized at 5125,000,000, mado
large profits out of the promotion at
the exponse of tho. company.
The defendants set up the plea that
Blum Is merely a figurehead, being a
broker's clerk. 21 years old, and moved
that he should be examined before tho
trial to ascertain tho real promoters of
tho suit, In order that the defendants
might properly answer.
WHITE HOUSE NOW HAS
A FIRE DEPARTMENT
President's Home Fitted With Appar
atus for Fighting Flames, and
Attendants Are Drilling.
WASHINGTON, March 25. The
White House Is now ready for a fire.
For the first time since it was built, the
mansion is fully equipped with flre
flghting apparatus and the ushers and
guards have been organized Into a fire
By means of a fire drill, directed by
Col. Symons, the White House major
domo, they have been taught the loca
tion of the apparatus, how to use It,
and just what to do in case of fire.
Two large fire extinguishers havo
been placed on each floor and in the
basement, and the lino of hose in the
garret has been lengthened that It
will reach any part of the building. An
extension of the alarm box has been
run to the door of the President's room,
where It Is within easy reach of all the
living apartments of the family.
Tho watchmen who patrol the house
at night can turn In an alarm that will
arouse every one In the building by
RUMPUS IN FRENCH
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES
Paris, March 25. Count Bonl De
Castcllane (Republican), created a scene
In the Chamber of Deputies today.
When Foreign Minister Delcassc asked
for a credit of $90,000 to defray the ex
pense of President Loubet'H visit to
Rome the Count said it was understood
that tho President would not visit the
Pope, and yet would visit tho repre
sentatives of tho dynasty who had de
spoiled the papacy.
Mr. Brlsson, president of the House,
interrupted tho speaker, declaring that
hit? words were an lnsfilt to the French
Amid great disorder tho Count con
tinued sneaking. He asserted that M.
Loubct's vlnlt was to bo made to a King
who owed his throne to Free Masonry.
In seeking the friendship of Italy, the
speaker added, Franco was sacrificing
the friendship oLthe Vatican.
Several deputies replied to the Count.
PILING UP EVIDENCE
AGAINST MRS. B0TKIN
SAN FRANCISCO. March 25. In the
Botkln murder case today former Lieut,
of Polico Colby testified that tho
various exhibits in the case were care
fully guarded by him during the time
they were In tho possession of Chief
Prof. Price, the chemist who ex
amined tho chocolates, said that there
is no arsenic In verd!grl, which At
torney Knight Intimated might have
poisoned the candy from the candy
maker's copper kettles. Knight ob
jected to the admission ofthe testimony
of Prof. Price on the ground that the
candy had not been sufficiently Identi
fied. The objection was taken under
Former Postofllce Inspector Irwin
testified that a packago mailed here on
August 4th should reach Dover, Del.,
on August 9th.
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