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nns sai liAKE THiBtrNE.' i'tjday moknutg. jtrsns 10, 1904. ' I-
II ii tsSct
Payson and Spanish
; ( Plan for Big Irrigation Sys-
, Jj,J jjj tern Will Meet With No
d I t ,
J ' jiJl 'l All Arc Anxious to Havo the Govcrn
r. !, ;! ;;!! ' merit Develop the Water Supply
J"!" -ijjl ' ' and Build Tunnel.
1 i .. j! ' SjB,J1? oni)ositlon f"om any quarter
3 .j" i jj Kg ecn anticipated In connection
J j i 'Ji with Utah's larger irrigation pro
1 i'j , ,; jeet. In which the Arid Land Rec-
' ' j lrimation Fund Commission o Utah Is
J 1 ' , I so deply interested, that opposition
1 ' i.r" would douhllcss havo heen lnnkorl for
Hk ' ! i among' tlio citizens of Peyson and Span-
H I ' ,' j! Fork, for the reason that the farm-
Hl $ , J rj ers of those communities are claiming
! ( j j prior rights to the waters of the Straw-
J lit1 , hcrry river. A meeting held at Peyson
Hl ( I' !j m j "Wednesday evening, to consider the
' ' greater project developed the fact,
1 ' . : however, that the people of that com-
) 'I'll munily, like those of every other com-
Hj j j, !j 1 1 inunlty where a meeting has heen held,
Hr I !(' ' recognize the advantages to he derived
Hl ?l from the very higness of the scheme
, , !' and arc rea"dy and anxious1 to give it
H( j . ' i their heartiest support.
H)r . i) "! Fullv -100 people attended the Peyson
H ; j meeting and a brass band welcomed the
Vl' l' representatives of the Reclamation
Hk commission who were on hand to ex-
Hr I 1 , i plain the reclamation project. Among
Hj i ! ' those who took part in the meeting
K!' were representative citizens of Spring
' Lake, Santaquln, Goshen. Benjamin,
( I Payson, Lake Shore and Salem.
i j - ; Plan in Detail.
f -jl j Slate Engineer Doremus described in
Ht iMj detail the plan of reclamation which
f jfl! the Government purposes carrying out
V) ' : Hi and pictured jhe many advantages that
Wj j i would result. Attorney F. S. Richards,
W; legal adviser of the State commission,
Hi, followed with a description of the op-
i ,Li eratlon of the National irrigation law
HJ ' 'j jj and told of the need for organization of
'Jli the water-users in order to deal with
'I ) the matter in a business-like, practical
jj Hj WQy Short talks In favor of the pro-
, ect were made by Hyrum Lemmon and
i ' li ' 1 A vote of thanks was given Messrs,
1 . j Doremus and Richards for their attend-
Vl , jl ance and a strong resolution favoring
Hf ( ' 'j I 'j : organization of the water-users for the
01 ' ? purpose of co-operating with the Gov-
H'v 1 ''j1 crnment was passed without dissent.
' v That the citizens of Payson and Span-
' Is I r l i ,3h Forlc are to quite an extent, al-
V ' vry though indirectly, responsible for the In-
I '' ' 'j?, ceptlon of the Greater Utah reclama-
Hl i Ji tion scheme is a matter of history not
' ; 'i generally known. Dui-ing the last sov-
' y cral years of comparative drouth In
,; 1 L that region the farmers have been hi-
3 ; vestigatlpg verj' earnestly the po3sI-
4 1 1 , !, f bllitles of diverting additional water to
j ' ' 1 their Irrigation canals. In pursuing
I' j 1 ! ' these InvestigationH they hit ujwn the
1 jl'ii' . scheme of going across the range and
l 'V-jf I capturing the waters of the Strawberry
1 - ' I river, Avhich it was proposed to lm-
Hk. ;' pound In a reservoir to be formed by
Hj ' 1 constructing a dam across the lower
i , ' ! entl of Straivberrj' valley. An appro-
, ,ji '' I i priatlon of $1500 to aid In defraying the
j t J ' , I expense of making the survey of the
K TLr proposed reservoir, to determine thc
r:', A ' l:Ji practicability of the plan, was made by
j' B i j the last Legislature; the remainder of
tf l) ! f the expense, amounting to about ?700,
HjV J" ! having been assumed by the fanners. '
j 1 ' :! ! Sui-veys and Gauges.
, j, 1 1( The survey thus arranged for was
- a J I'm. .made last fall by State Engineer Do-
H.' remus. Gauglngs of the Strawberry
H''i " I '1; river were also taken during "the year.
r if; 1L was found that the amount of water
, I available was too small, as compared
, with the aiea of the reservoir site, to
Hll ' ' j make Usis scheme practicable. The
Hc.f , ' ,1 ,' ' I water to be obtained from the 'one
H ct. I stream would cover the reservoir to
H; ' .1 the depth of only about two feet, which
Hjl '0 would render the loss by evaporation
H if very large in proportion to the'amount
HH 1 ; 1 of water stored.
H I jl 1 But In pursuing the investigations
y i : 'l which resulted in this Hndlng, State
1 Mi Engineer Doremus conceived the
ffi ' ' , 1 larger scheme, which Involves the
bj j :j building of a canal to tap all of the
i 1. I headwater streams of the Duchesne
Bi ' 1 1 rU-er at the proper elevation to carry
, J them Into the Strawberry valley reser-
H't ,i j ' voir, the water thus obtained to be
I brought to the valley on this side of the
Hfil) It range, through a tunnel three and a
Kl j j half miles in length, as originally
Hl 1 1 ii j planned for the Strawberry river
M 1 1 1 ' scheme alone. The tunnel is the really
Ei j" , Important part of either project so far
BV ji 1 . j ' I' as the expense is concerned, and the
1 cost of building it would be but little
t , J 'i)! more tor the larger project, than for the
Ir . . j 1 smaller one. The Stale Engineer was
HL j j .'A quick to appreciate the superior eco-
Bf; r , j nomic value of the greater project, es-
V I il'i pecially when coupled with the Bear
jf : j river project from the north, by means
l j 1 , - J J j o which he Haw the possibility of not
1 'jjj 1 only providing the farmers of three
i ,M j great valleys with an abundance of
L I ,1 1 (I water, but also of reclaiming in Utah's
1',' I !, three greatest valleys thousands of
; i J 1 acres of lands which had hitherto been
Hfj S considered at too high an elevation to
H'i 1 '.) ' 3 ' I admit of water being carried' to them.
H H1" I Tilings Are Rejected.
Hri l iNj, I The project of the Payson and Span-
i 'jl, I jl 1Kb Fork citizens was not altogether
Kr, jJ Jt I abandoned by them, however. On
HfJ Ifc it 1 January 2o last tilings were made in"
Hj I ,1 l i their iplerest on the Strawberry val-
i Jl, ! ley reservoir and site and on the wa-
' " t j; ters of the Strawberry river. The M-
4, . Ij - lngs were rejected by the State En-
k j 13 gincer on the ground that they were al-
1 most entirely within the Uintah Indian
' ' 1 1 1 reservation, where the State of Utah
Ka! i '' I ft1 luta not jllrIfldictlon. An appeal from
i ! 'IM ' this ruling was taken in the District
;!l . Court of U10 Fourth Judicial district,
Ht ' 'j I jr,i j: and the hearing of the case Is set for
'l. , j ' .' today at Heber City. A continuance of
Hlru ' j l) i1 this hearing will be secured by the
Hl in. j; State Engineer if possible
1 tj t ; j Anxious to Help.
'M ' "While the relators in the case ara
1 I j, anxious to have their right? la iho.
ipremises settled by a court decision, It
' Is not their Intention to attempt to
block the Government irrigation pro
ject, on the other hand, as shown by
llhe meeting in Payson Wednesday
night, they are. anxious to help tho
project along and would no doubt sign
over to the Government any rights
they might secure the moment (he big
project is nasurcd. But the farmers of
that region want additional water and
they want It at the earliest poelsble
moment. The rights they are contend
ing Xor are desired only to fortify. their
position In the possible hut now happily
lmprobnble event that the Government
Gchcme should not bo carried Into exe
cution. In attendance at the Payson meeting
was a delegation of Spanish Fork citi
zens sent there to ascertain when tho
representatives of tho State commission
could address a meeting in their city.
Messrs. Doremus and Richards agreed
to meet with them on Monday. June 20.
The members of the commission, it la
needless to say, arc highly gratified on
account of the unanimous support of
the Irrigation project given by the peo
ple of every part of the afTected dis
trict, from Southern Utah county Jo
the northern limits of tho Cache val
ley, while the activity of the Govern
ment in carrying on the preliminary
field work Insures that there is to be no
unnecessary delay anywhere.
"WASHINGTON". Juno 9. Tho President
today appointed Charles F. Konna of
Pittsburg to bo District Judgo of Porto
TROY. X V., June 0. ThcRomionsaler
Pytechnlc institute main building was
Ittally destroyed by fire today. The loss
will exceed 5200.000.
tUWiiuu 111,- 111., uumi y. iiuiiiiiuuiu
college today conferred the honorary de
gree of doctor of laws on John F. Wnl
luce. chief engineer of tho Panama canal.
Mr. Wallaco Is a son of the first presi
dent of Monmouth college.
ODESSA, Mo., June 9. L. II. Gchman,
.president of Odessa college, a private In
stitution, was found unconscious In his
apartments In the college building today.
Ho haxl shot himself in tho region of the
VANCOUVER, B. C June P. The busl
r.CHS men of Vancouver. Westminster and
Victoria aro appealing to public bodies to
use their influence to protect them from
alleged exorbitant fire rates.
ST. LOUIS, .Tune 9. The great pipe or
gan In Festival hall, which is tho largest
plpo organ In the world, was dedicated to
dav with a programme rendered by
Charles Galloway, official organist of tho
TnW YORK. Juno 9. Cardinal Satolll
was a passenger on the steamer Prlmscss
Irene, which arrived hero today from
Genoa, Naples and Gibraltar. Tho car
dinal was accompanied by Revs. McCon
r.ell. Perry and Sullivan.
DENVER, Juno 9. Mrff. Mary Etzel.
mother of Lew1 Elzel of Denver, tho war
corrcspondent who was killed by Chinestj
boldlers. will file a claim against the Chi
nese Government for 520.000 damages.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., June 9. Charles
L. Tucker has been Indicted by tho grand
jury for the murder of Mabel Page.
NEW YORK. Juno 9 J. S. Bearncs,
head of tho stock oxchangc firm of J. S.
Buarnes & Co., was today suspended from
tho privileges of tho exchange for ono
:-car. Tho charge against Mr. Bearnes
was that ho had carried a conciliative ac
count for an employee of another member
of the stock oxchange.
RENSAALER, Ind., Juno 9 T. N. Mc
Coy and his son, C. J. McCoy, were ar
rested on warrants sworn out by deposi
tors in tho bank of A. McCoy & Son. which
recently failed. The chargo In embezzle
ment. Both furnished ball.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Juno 9. Tho Na
tional Packing company has absorbed the
Ruddy Bros. Packing company, whoso
plant Is in Armourdale. Kan. It la said
the consideration wns about ?500.000.
CHICAGO, Juno 9. Dr. Cleland B. Mc
Afee, pastor of the Forty-first Street
Presbyterian church, has accepted a call
to becomo tho pastor of tho Jjafayette.
Park Presbyterian church of Brooklyn at
a salary of $10,003.
CHICAGO, Juno 9. Lack of candidates
for teachers' positions "has led tho Chi
cago Board of Education to decide to ad
mit graduates of colleges and universities
to tho examination to bo held Juno 27
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., June 9. F. IT.
Loland. a vetoron cavalryman, and "Wlt
11am Closson, a well-known cowboy ot
this section, arc organizing a 1200-milo re
lay raco for cowboys, open to riders In
Now Mexico and Arizona, with the start
ing point In Albuauernuo and tho finish at
the gate3 of tho World's fair grounds n
SANTA FE, N. M , June 9. Pennsylva
nia capitalists havo organized a 12,000,000
company to supply water to tho city ot
El Paso. Tho preliminary surveys havo
j HAPPENINGS ABROAD f
TANGIER, June 9. The American Con
sul has sent two armed marines to tho
residence of Countess do Bulssorat (for
merly a Miss Sory of New York, wife of
the Belgian Minister. Tho Countess is liv
ing la an isolated house.
TIEN TSIN, Juno 9. Viceroy Yuan Shai
Kal has sent the Taolal Liu to Ncw
chwang to investigate tho death of Lewis
Etzel, correspondent of thp London Dnlly
Telegraph, who was shot recently by Chi
nese imperial soldiers. It is now reported
that he was foully dealt with.
PARIS, Juno 9. The condition of MIsa
Lena Morton, daughter of Levi, P. Morton
of New York, became critical today owing
to the development of blood poisoning. A
member of tho family said that only a ray
of hope remained.
CHEEFOO, June 9. A Chinese formerly
employcel p the machine shops at Port
Arthur, who arrived here today, says that
only, five of the nine largest Russian ships
at Port Arthur arc capable of going to sea.
ST. PETERSBURG? June 9, Tho Admir
alty authorizes a denial of the report pub
lished In Paris from Sevastopol, that a
serious explosion on board tho Russian
TOKIO, Juno 9. Offlclnl reports show
that the first iicctlon of Tallenwun bay has
been completely cleared of mines. Sixty
two have been found and exploded by tno
force under Admiral Kataoka. Two Rus
sian ships wero found tinder water.
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Salt Lako City. , Any Information cheJl
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND
G. P. & T. A. Missouri Padua Ry.; g..
In offect November 2, 1S0& i
LEAVE SALT LAKE CTTT.
No. 10 For Bingham. Hebar,
Provo and Marysvalc S:C0a.n I
IsTo. 102 For Park City 8:15 a.t t
No. 6 For Denvor and East S:Ma.c f.
No. 5 For Ogden and West 100 .a t.
No. 1 For Ogden and "West 1:13 jun. r
No. 2 For Denver and East 3:15 p.n
No. 8 For Provo and Eureka ... SA)p.a F
No. & For Ogden and local pts... 6:05 p.n L
No. 4 For Denver and East. . S:C5 p.c ,g
No. 3 For Ogdcn and West. . 12-JOa.c. f;
ARRIVE AT ALT LAKE CITY
No. 6 From Ogden and tho East 8J0 xc; jA
No. 12-sFrom Ogden and local pta 9:05 ilel 7f.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo.. 10:00 a.E. 1
No. 5 From Denver and Ea3t..,10:W a.s, 5
No. 1 From Donvor end East .. 1.35 p.o. K
No. From Ogdcn and West.... 1:05 p.n. P
No. urt -From Park City J:1S p.a V
No From Bingham, Hober,
Provo and Marysvale fl.OOpjs :
2Jo. 4 From Ogden and the Went 7:K p.n
No. 3 From Denver and East.. .11:53 p.rx t
All train except Nos. 1 to $ stop at 1 . ,
Tioket office, Dooly Block.
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Cheap Rates to : ;
v St Louis
(AJsTD OTHER EASTERN PO?NT3 Vli) J
3-TRAINS DAILY-3 j
fJFo can savo you money. Write m.
C. F. "WARREN, General Ajcat 1
(11 Dooly vBlock. Salt Lako City. 'I 1
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Tis the "Comfort LinfH 1 1
ON THE POPULAR ''
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ROUTE i I
ST. LOIS ;i :!
the EHST AND J
SOUTHEAST j J
AS WE ARE THE ORIGINATOR 1 ,
OF FREE RECLINING CIIAL"
CAR SERVICE BETWEEN . ,t
ST. LOUIS AND IUISVUa . A
DON'T YOU THINK JT OUX-D J.
PAY YOU. IN TRAVELING TOr
"GET THE irENMRSON BOVia
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'ASK US HBOT iTjp
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