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SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11 Jf
l " page twcv THE SALT LAKE TIOIBUNE.
I AMERICAN SPIRIT
I BIG AROUSED
I ; New Party Movement
I Gains Strength.
I Committee Invites These in
I Sympathy to Public
I - Meeting.
I When Organization Will Be Com-
I pleted and Plan for Vigorous
1 ( Campaign Outlined.
I ' ' "
I ,1 Tho formation of tho now party whoso
I ' ' purpose la to oppose church domination of
I tho affairs of tho'pcople o'f Utah, acqord-
II I Inp to newspaper comments and private
P advices, has already
I New attracted wide attcn-
I Movement tlon- Whon ,ncn ot
I Spreads. .such promlncnco a3
B ' have Identified them-
H 1 selves with the movc-
H mcnt and aro dally onrolllng their mom-
' .1 bershlp, dcclaro against the curso of
H I ; priestcraft In State affairs, general Intor
I I '' est becomes Intense. It Is so In this case,
1 and men of pound JudGinent freely pre-
I , diet that such a sentiment will be created
I locally as well as generally that Utah will
I soon be freed from ecclesiastical domina
In Salt Lake- City the now movement Is
discussed by almost every one. Men and
women, In offices, factories and In tho
I homes aro considering tho effect of tho
course, and tho assurances of support that
, arc coming to the members of the exocu-
tlvo and other committees, they say, is
. much more general than had been cx-
The work of organization Is proceeding
' with much activity and earnestness. An
Inkling of the local sentiment against
church domination may bo drawn from
I ' tho number of signatures obtained to
1 tho protest prepared last spring; This
protest contains several thousand names.
Next "Wednesday evening a meeting will
bo held at the Grand theater, at which
time the report of tho committee on br
, . ganlzatlon will bo presented and acted
on. Tho oxccutlvo
Call committee has Issued
for Public l$3.
Meeting. pCars In full In nn-
other part of this
I It Is signed by the chairman, H. J. Dln-
Inny, and reads as follows:
, "Every American citizen of Utah, man
! or woman, who Is opposed to church
i domination In any of tho affairs of stato
v and opposed to church control of tho pub.
he schools, is cordially Invited to attend
t a meeting of thoso of llko sentiments, to
be held In the Grand theater, Salt Lako
City, on Wednesday evening, September
14. at 815 o'clock.
I j.no oDjccis 01 mis meeting aro as io:
Iowa: First To hoar and act upon tho re
port of the commltteo on party organiza
tion heretofore appointed by a meeting of
citizens who Irrevocably pledged them
selves to support, to ultimate success, tho
movement to openly fight by party organ
ization the control or Interference of any
church In the affairs of the State of Utah.
I "Second To complete a permanent or-
. ganlzatlon and provide for a plan of cam-
1 palgn for. the elections this year.
"Only thoso who are heartily in accord
I with tho movement and aro prepared to
, pledge to It their unchanging support, aro
invited to be present. Subject to this pro
viso, citizens of all religious views and of
nil nationalities aro cordially asked to at
tend tho meeting."
I Those who have In charge the arrange
ments for the meeting say thcro will be
, music and speaking, and .that they ex
pect a great outpouring of the American
men and women of Utah.
Throughout tho city tho politicians and
frlendB to candidates for political favor
1 are decrying tho new movement, attempt-
, , lng to bcllttlo It, and
- Political to charge that It is
I Knocking nt sincere, but as
ts,i thc people toko Into
as xuuie. consideration the na
ture of tho support
1 given and of the opposition, tho sincerity
of the promoters and tho BcKlfllmeas of tho
"knockers" becomes evident.
Not less than four hundred representa
tive men and women have already cx
' pressed their approval, and when tho new
organization has been named and a ticket
placed in thc field, It is bellclvcd that tho
force, locally, will Bwecp thc city llko a
Salt Lakers arc tired of apoBtolIo Inter
ference In public affairs. They aro tired
of church control of public schools. Tho
outrageous display of tho power of tho
priesthood la3t fall and In politics thus
far this year, has aroused Just Indigna
tion, and the people who aro opposed to
I eccleelaatlclsm will support tho reform
movement and elect tho local roform
J One of the scurviest pieces of local poll-
p tics over worked against an honorable-
Judge Baskin circulated by oppo-
mmm VJns nonts of Supremo
iHH I n Justice R. N. Bas-
1 Outraged- kin that ..ho la 78
mM) I , . ,. , yca.ra of aB0, and
1 1 will bo 8-1 before another term on tho
1 ! bench would end."
l I A Washington county delcgato, David
iHIH J AK,Mon'lB of St- George, admitted to a
Trlbuno representative and othors In tho
j I Secretary of State's ofTico Friday that
, j such was the understanding of Judge Bas-
I V.W& age among members of his delega-
mmi - Hon, and ho was surprised to know that
I Judgo Baskin Is but C7,
1 . rTP,1,5f J"8tlco Baskin was born near
l I ,. Hlllsboro, O . in 1837. He camo to Utah In
1W5. Extreme -ago was urged why ho
V should not be renomlnotcd. It wa3 an
l I i 1 outrageous method to defcax him
" 1 1 Tho Dcacrct News, whoso editorial col-
I, y umns aro presided over by Apos-
f J tlo Penrose, supposedly a pronounced
. I Democrat, had a strong editorial eulogy
j . : j of thc Republican uomlneo for Governor
.1 . tho day following tho
h I News Indorses convention. It also
!. ! Republican Jid of the ticket that
i rri4ol(.4. ''"8 selection for
l. J xiciset. Governor, Secretary
t , I t; of State and a num-
l ,' ' ber of others officers Is Judicious and wlso
1 and tho ticket, on thc whole, Is strong and
j 1 k i commendable from thc-Rcpubllcan stand-
1 ' point."
I'' 'j The "saving clause" for this "independ-
1 I ent," "non-partisan" nowspaper 1b "from
the Republican standpoint."
i i Attention would doubtless not be at-
j , tractcd to this attitude of thc Deseret
j 1 News were It not a fact that not a line
j, r,i appeared commending or commenting on
H) tho Democratic nominees.
Hj ' And this calls fresh attention to tho
j charge that Apostle Smoot wna uthor-
i 1 lzcd to nominate John C. Culler and oth- 1
i era. If necessary, on the Republican tlck-
, ' ' ct. and that Apostle-cdltor Penrose, I
, , ,' though personally a Democrat, desires It
understood that the Newa, tho official or
gan of thc church, regards Senator
9 k l J Smoot's ticket as worthy of Indorsement.
BL-ai L-L!zj .gtbof ho loading State committees
are In tho Atlas block, under direction of
Chairman Bamberger and Secretary
Cohen. State Chairman Spry and Secre
tary Sanford havo charge of tho Smoot
Republlcan headquarters In tho D, F.
Walker building. N. P. Nelson la assist
ing Chairman Spry.
Warren Foster will address tho meeting
of tho Socialists at Federation hall this
A roportsis curront In several districts
of Salt Lako county that Republicans
who aro supposed to bo affillatlnc with
tho now party movemont will bo denied
tho prlvllcgo of iartlolpallng In tho prl
nlarles on tho COth lnstnnt. Stato Chair
man Spry says ho has hoard such a thing
threatened, but that it Is by no moan a
suggestion of tho Stato commltteo.
County Chairman Eldrodgo also declared
that tho local organization wan directing
no ouch movement
This matter promises to proclpltato
trouble at sevoral of tho primaries.
Peter Clcgg's opponent for Joint Scn
ator from Tooelo and Box Elder counties
is Arch Bovan of Tooele. Ho Is a drug
gist and Is nald to bo a very popular Dom
ocrat. Stato Chairman William Spry, who
was Mr. Clogg's opponent for tho nom
ination, says Clcgg's election Is assured.
Word comeB from Cacho county that so
general Is opposition to Congressman
Howell becoming In his horjto county that
tho Congressman's friends aro alarmed.
Democrats of tho Third Sonalorlal dis
trict havo nominated William Rich of
Morgan county for Joint Senator.
Secretary of Stato J. T. Hammond nnd
Stato Food Inspector Moroni Ilolner aro
dcer-huntlng in Northca3torn Utah.
Thero Is a llvoly fight on between P. O.
Perkins. A. McKellcr nnd C S. Buck
waiter for tho Republican nomination for
County Recorder. -Friends to each say
they have tho nomination cinched.
Tho Deseret News ha3 announced that
It Is propaied to furnish the political
news of tho campaign, and says that be
ing non-partisan and Independent, tho
Ncw3 reports can bo rolled on. Exact Jus
tlco will bo shown both sldc3.
"Non-partisan," "Independent" and "ox
nct Justlco" havo a humorous Jlnglo when
they appear In tho columns of tho apos
Since thc Domocratlc and Republican
Judicial conventions of tho Third dis
trict (Salt Lake. Summit and Tooelo coun
ties) were not under tho domineering ln
fluenco of church leaders, thcro Is a vory
general feeling that tho new party should
not. and will not, nomlnato a Judicial
Deputy Sheriff Axel Steele will bo a can
didate for tho Republican nomination for
Justlco of tho penco of Salt Lako City.
It will bo well to cut out tho dato of
registration days and paste thorn In one's
hat for future guidance. They aro on
October 11, 12 and IS, nnd November 1
This year thoro must bo a complete now
registration. No ono shall bo olLglblo to
voto In November who has not registered
on ono of tho foregoing dates.
It becomes moro and moro apparent
each day that whllo John C. Cutler has
been ablq to obtain assurances of support
for Governor Wells, tho Governor's
friends, many of them, dccllno to walk
up to the trough.
Judgo Thcodoslus Botkln will go to
Boise Tuosday to help open tho cam
paign for thc Republicans under direc
tion of tho Republican national commlt
teo. Governor Hcber M. Wells Is In Idaho
on a hunting trip. Many of his Salt
Lako friends aro Just now ongaged In a
still hunt against thoso who defeated him
HOT SHOT BY GOODWIN'S.
Church Interference Given Pvap That
Kaises Wolt on Apostolic Editor.
Any one who has been misled by tho
drivel that has appeared In Goodwin's
Weekly, and feared that tho vonerablo
editor had lost his grip and had gono over
to the support of church domination In
tho politics of Utah, may fear no longer.
They began to think that tho vigor
had departed from tho ancient Goodwin
cdltor'3 Intellectual works and that hla
goosequlll had lost Its cunning.
But that Is a mistake Goodwin's Week
ly Is with us.
Despite the ldlo vaporlngs that havo
crept Into thc columns of the Weekly,
there Is a gleam of light now and then
to show that tho Goodwin editor still has
momonts of sanity and that during thoso
moments ho may say things In tho old
and trenchant way that won him tho re
spect of tho Liberals In tho bygono years.
Yes, Goodwin's Weekly Is with us. If
you don't believe It read tho following
from Judgo Goodwin's pen and from tho
columns of Goodwin's weekly:
Rubbing It In.
On Monday night last the Deseret News
outdid Itself In mendacity and meanness.
It asked what is meant In ascribing tho
nomination of John C. Cutler to "church
Influence," and then denies that any such
Influence was used, doclarlng that the
president of the church hold hlmsolf en
tirely alcof. tiklng no part in the busi
ness. Thero were hints enough In tho News
itself to show good Saints what was ex
pected. Tho convention Itself showed all
through what was lnt6nded. Men camo
from the north and tho south solornnly
pledged to voto for Governor Wells, but
when nosos were countod and It was
known Junt how many wero needed to
glvo Mr. CuMor the needeJ votes, tho
plodgts went for nothing. Tho purpose
was only to glvo him a baro majority.
Had a hundred moro boon required thoy
could havo boon obtained just as easily.
Tho News says a church mombor or of
ficer has an equal right to uso his Influ
ence that a non-mcmbor has. But an
apostle has not. for tho slmplo reason
inai nis creatures aaro noi uisoocy nim.
From tho cradlo all Mormons aro taught
that their apoBtlcs have a dlvlno right to
advlso them. Thoro 1b whero tho crlmo
comes In. for that Is a violation of tho
constitution of tho United States and a
direct perversion of frco Institutions. Tho
Nows Insolently asks why It 3hould bo
right for tho infidel to uso his Influence
and money and wrong for a church of
ficer. Because the lnfidol has nothing be
hind him. the church official, especially
an apoatle, In tho Judgment of slncoro
Mormons, has a right to command them.
Tho Now3 says If any church officer has
pretended that ho was acting under ec
clesiastical authority, "lot him bo named,"
How cowardly and falso all that Is, when
tho creed teaches that such an officer
has a right to dlctato In all matters,
temporal as well as spiritual. But Smoot
hlmsolf, save for his priestly position,
would be Juat a vory ordinary man. Ho
, would nover havo been thought of as a
Senator; his demand to havo an un
thought of man named as Governor would
never havo been heeded. And whon ho
uses this apostolic powor a3 ho has since
he becamo a candidate for tho Scnato, ho
directly breaks the most solemn plcdgo
given on which to obtain Statohood, and.
this same chargo by Implication lies
ngalnst tho wholo fifteen aa tho board
of control of tho church, who aro, dur
ing their official lives, tho church.
Of course tho Nows is Insolent In its
denials. Tho camo apostolic liar who
runa It has used the eamo arguments for
a generation, and grows obeso with sat
isfaction at his work.
But nothing that has happened slnco
Statehood was gained has disturbed and
angcredv so many of tho Mormon people
as this last performnnco. Said a Mor
mon bishop to a Gcntllo. tho morning
after tho nomination: "This looks llko
churoh work, and I don't llko it" By
and by thero will be a breaking away
from tho slavery and tho shamo and tho
robbery of tho wholo dastardy usurpa
tion. In tho meantime, theso facts will
bo laid before Congress, and we shall soe.
Now wo should llko to Beo this business
stopped if tho Ncw3 will ovor permit it,
Tho Important thing this year Is the elec
tion of Roosevelt and Fairbanks.
win's Weekly. They arc also tho Bontl
monts of tho Independent thinkers nnd
tho opponents of church domination In
Utah. Thoy volco thc sentiments of thoso
who aro fighting Smootlsm In Utah pol
itics. Thoy cxprcsfl Just what Tho Trlb
uno bollovoH and what Tho Trlbuno ad
"Tho Important thing this year Is tho
election of Rooaovolt and Fairbanks,"
Lot ub nil Join Goodwln'n Wcokly on
this platform Lot us, as It cogently
remarks, "Broak away from tho slavery
and tho shamo and tho robbory of tho
wholo dastardly usurpation." Amon to
that, say wo all.
Thcoo aro tho truo sentiments of tho
vonerablo editor of Goodwin's Woekly,
and don't bo misled by any of tho drivel
that somotlmos croeps Into Its columns.
"Statesman Goorso" or "FusHy Jimmy"
may bo contributing during tho edltor'a
absenco. Who knows? ,
Select Candidates for Judgo and Dis
trict Attorney in Fourth District.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Sept. 10. Thc Domocrntlo con
vention mot In tho county courthouso to
namo candidates for Judgo nnd District
Attorney for tho Fourth Judlolnl district.
Tho convention was called to order by
Judgo Mllncr, State Senator Harden Bcn
nlon of Uintah was mado temporary
chairman; Richard Woolen, secretary;
Thomas E. Thurman. sergoant-at-arms,
and Able J. Evans, chaplain. Chairman
Bonnlon appointed mcmbors of tho vari
ous committees and a short adjournment
When" tho convention was called to or
der again, tho temporary officors wore
niado permanent, nnd nnothor adjourn
ment was taken.
On reassembling tho first order of busi
ness wns to nomlnato a Judgo for tho
Fourth Judicial district. Jesse Knight of
Provo, In a neat little speech, named E. E.
Corfman for thc position, and H. A. Mc
Graw named S. A. King. A number of
seconding speeches wero mado In support
of each candidate. After theso prelim
inaries, S. A. King was mado tho cholco
of tho convention, receiving -WVi votes
against E. E. Corfman's
J. W. N. Whltecotton placed W. E. Ry
dalch In nomination for District Attorney.
J. H. McDonald of Hobcr City was named
for tho Eomo offico by William O'Ncll.
W. E. Rydalch was nominated, receiving
C5 out of thc 82 votes cast.
During tho speeches It wsb conceded
that tho Democrats had a hard fight on
their hands. Judge Booth Ib recognized as
exceptionally strong In this and adjoining
counties which comprlso tho Fourth Ju
NOMINATE COUNTY TICKET.
Smootah County Republicans Ap
plaud Denunciation of Trlbuno.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PLEASANT GROVE. Sopt. 10. In the
Utah Republican county convention to
day C. F Wcslphal of Pleasant Grovo,
Grant Simons of Payson, Gcorgo Austin
of Lohl, J. H. Woolton of Amorlcnn Fork,
Gcorgo A. Hono of Benjamin, and J.
Whitney of Maplcton wero placed in
nomination for tho Legislature and tho
ballot resulted In tho solcetlon of Gcorgo
Austin John H. Woolton, Georgo A.
Hone and Grant Simons.
For County Commissioner, Josoph W.
Dunn of Provo was chosen for tho four
ycar term and A. B. Walker of Pleasant
Grovo for tho two-year term.
Othur nominations wero: Ellas A. Geo,
for Clerk; Jesso Harmon for Sheriff, by
acclamation; for Rocordor. E. P. Jones,
Spanish Fork, by acclamation; for County
Attorney. Robert Anderson of Provo.
Tho committee on resolutions was In
structed to draw up a resolution of re
spect In memory of tho late County At
torney Joseph E. Pago.
George H. Sorvls was named for County
Assessor; Mont Johnson for County
Trcasuror, and Frank Went for County
A vote was taken on County Superin
tendent Ol ocnuuia iio iu miumui uiciu
should be a non-partisan candidate, which
resulted adversely and L. E. Eggertson
Tho county committee was ordered to
fill all vacancies. A voto of thanks was
offered the people of Pleasant Grovo and
Beohlvo and Eaglo wero selected as tho
Tho ono sensation of tho convention wan
produced by Judgo Saxoy. chairman of
tho platform commltteo, who mado a
stirring speech amid great applause, de
nouncing "The Salt Lako Trlbuno as tho
Republicans Elect County Delegates.
COALVILLE. Sept. 10. Tho Republicans
of this precinct held a rousing caucus In
tho Brick schoolhousc last night to elect
six delegates to tho county convention, to
bo held In Park City next Thursday and
to place In nomination a Constablo and
Justlco of the Peaco for this precinct; also
to name a precinct committee for tho en
suing two yars.
Hon. Alma Eldredgo acted as chairman
of the meotlng and John H. Salmon, sec
rotary. Tho following six delegates were
elected to attend tho county convention:
Alexander Wright, Alma Eldrodgo,
Gcorgo Beard, W. E. Chappell, John Cal
11s and W. L. Hansen.
A- Buchanan. Sr., was nominated for
Justlco of tho Peace and I. M. Shaw for
Tho precinct committee selected consists
of Alexander Wright, Mrs. R. F. North
cott and C. R. Jones.
C. A. Callls, who has served three terms
as County Attorney, Is likely to rccelvo
tho nomination for Representative from
this county at tho honds of tho Demo
crats, tho sentiment seeming to bo In his
favor at present. Ho served In that ca
pacity seven years ago.
I. E. Eldredgo, son of Hon. Alma El
dredge, has announced himself as a candl
dnto for County Recorder on thc Repub
Salt Palace Dancing pavilion, 10c, be
ginning Monday, September 12.
Democrats After Cache County Offices.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Sept. 10. Among tho Cacho
county Democrats, N. W. Kimball and
Hyrum Campbell aro hot after tho nom
ination for Trcasuror, whllo "N. W. Crook
ston appears to have a clnc2 on tho nom
ination for Sheriff. It Is said that James
W. Funk, manager of Apostlo Merrill's
storo at Richmond, is slated for tho Leg
islature, whllo nearly a dozen men ni
after ihe nomination for Commissioner
from tho north end Leonard LItsc, Wil
liam Allen, John M. Bornhlscl of Lewis
ton, John Elggs of Covovlllo. Ell Webb
and E, B. Tripp o.f Richmond, James Al
len of Smlthfield nnd othors.
Tho race for Assessor looked lo bo be
tween Job Smith of Mlllvllle and Jed M.
Blair of Logan until thc news of I. C.
Thorcson's dofcat for Secretary pf Stato
reached Logan, when It was rumored
that Mr. Thorcsen would perhaps try his
chances for the Asscssorahlp again In the
Think It May Elect Moyle.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Sept. 10. Politicians hero aro
racking their brains to dctcrmlno to their
satisfaction Just what effect the new party
will havo on tho gubernatorial situation.
There is a growing opinion that It may
mean . thc olectlon of Moyle, tho Demo
Republican Senatorial Delegates.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, SepU 10. The Republican
convention of Wasatch county was held
hero this afternoon to elect eight delegates
to tho Senatorial convention of the Fifth
Senatorial district, to be held at Park
Delegates Charles Wallquest, William
S. Turner, Evcrot Bronson, William Bon
ner, Gcorgo Gaybcll, F. A. Fraughton, T.
H. .McGulro. Androw Lindsay.
Alternates John A. Simpson, Jnmes W.
McCoy, A. C. Hatch, William M. Ryan.
Salt Palace Dancing pavilion, 10c, b-
I WEATHER RECORD, t
Weathor for today Fair.
Yesterday's record at tho local office of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, 77 dcg.; mini
mum tompernturc, &3 dog.; mean tempera
ture CG dog., which Is tho normal.
Accumulated excess of tcmporaturo
slnco tho first of tho month. 31 dcg.
Accumulated deficiency of tcmporaturo
sinco January 1. D2 deg.
Total proclpltatlon from C p. m. to 0
p. m., none
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
slnco tho 1st of thc month, .30 Inch.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
slnco tho 1st of January, 3.01 Inches.
Sporry Captured Two.
H. C, Barnctt jind Frank Bale woro ar
rested last night for creating a dlsturb
nnco at Utahnu park. Tho arrest was
made by Patrolman Spcrry with not a
little difficulty. When ho attempted to
quiet tho young men both assaulted him.
Tho officer called upon bystandom to as
sist him, but no one responded, the crowd
looking on for fully fifteen minutes whllo
the battle of two against ono was In
progress. Finally tho officer succeeded in
landing a few well directed blows with
his club, which subdued thc belligerents
and they wero taken to Jail.
Salt Palace Dancing pavilion, 10c, be
ginning Monday, September 12,
Where tea and spirit are
right, there is little danger of
going-astray in the business.
Visit Brigham City
Sept. 15, 1904.
Peaches and melons will be
served all day without money
and without prico.
Baseball Games in afternoon
and dancing at night in tho
celebrated Academy of Music
and Dancing, also a grand
concert by Miss Nannio Tout,
tho renowned Dtnh singer.
Special rates on railroads
from Salt Lake City and all
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NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joo Bowers MininK company, pilnclpal
place of business at Salt Lake Cltj . Utah.
Notice la hereby given that at a meeting
of thc directors, hold on the 20th day of
August, 150-1. an assessment of ono (1)
cent per share (being assessment No. 12).
was duly levied on the capital stock of
tho corporation, payable Immediately to
JX T. Burton, Jr., secretary of the 'com
pany, at the offico of tho company, room
No. 225 D. P. Walker bldg., Ss.lt Lako
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 24th day of
September. 1904, will bo delinquent ana
advertised for Bale at public auction, and
unless payment Is mado beforo, will bo
sold on the 15th day of October, 1504, to
pay the delinquent assessment, together
with tho cost of advertising and expenso
of sale. R. T. BURTON. JR..
Room No. 225 D. F. "Walker bldg., Salt
E iio City, Utah. zlTlS
JOE BOWERS MINING COMPANY.
Special Notice to Stockholders.
Mr. A. J. Gunnell has this dato been
elected secretary of tho Joe Bowers Mg.
Co., to succeed R. T. Burton, Jr., re
All payments covering assessment No.
12, should therefore bo made to A. J. Gun
nell, secretary of the company, at tho of
fico of tho company, room 1, 151 South
Main street. J. F. DUNN.
Salt Lako City, Utah, Sopt. C. 150L
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City,
Utah, Sept 2, 1904.
Notice Is hereby given that James J.
PhnmViiM- whoso noatnfflpft nrtrlroqq la
Broadway. Now York city, N. Y., has
mado application In nccordanco with tho
requirements of chapter 100 of tho Session
Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriate ten (10)
second foot of thc water flowing In Llttlo
Cottonwood creek. In Salt Lake county,
Utah, to bo dlvcrtod by means of a dam
and plpo at a point on tho South fork of
said Llttlo Cottonwood creek about two
miles south of Its junction with the main
stream, from whoro tho water will bo con
veyed through a plpo for a dlstanco of
about 10,000 icct, and there bo used from
January 1st to December 31st, lricluslvo,
of each year for dovoloplng power for
electric lighting and for propelling ma
chinery at mines, smelters and pumping
plants In Salt Lake valley. After having
been 30 diverted and used tho water will
bo returned to tho natural channel of Llt
tlo Cottonwood creek at tho confluonco of
said South fork stream with Bald creek.
All protests against the granting of said
application, staling tho reasons therefor,
jnuot bo made by affidavit and filod In
this office aftor thirty (30) days and be
foro sixty (GO) days from tho dato hereof
A. F. DOREMUS. Stato Enylneor.
First publication, Sept. 2; last. Oct. 2.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will bo received by the
undersigned at tholr offices, Twin Falls
Idaho, on or beforo tho 25th day of Sep
tember, 1901, for tho furnishing of all labor
and materials necessary to be employed in
tho construction of a two-story brick and
stone hotel building, 90x114, to bo orected
at tho tovn of Twin Falls, Idaho.
Plans may be had on or after tho Oth
day of September at tho following placeo-
Offlcea of tho architect. J. Flood Walker
Office of tho Twin Fall3 Land and Water
Co., Salt Lako City, Utah.
A good and sufficient bond must bo fur
nished by tho successful blddor.
A certified check In tho amount of 2 per
cent of tho tender must accompany each
The right to accopt or reject any or all
bids Is reserved.
TWIN FALLS INVESTMENT COM
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