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I; Egyptian Engineer on a
Visit to Utah.
;f In His Country Water Rights
;!; Are Never Paid
The Cosb Is S7 Per Year pjid Goes on
j'll Forever Is Studying American
'j. Irrigation In Utah and Egypt and the
; vast dlffcrenco in annual payments de-
! nianded from landholders m these two
.sections of tho world were explained by
, i; M. H. K. BakhatI, a Government engl-
' neer In tho latter country, yesterday,
j MaJ. BakhatI la at tho Knulsford. He
5- camo to Salt Lako City lato Thursday
y night. He la traveling through tho "U'cst-
.'! I crn portion o America to study tho prob-
M I lems or bringing water on land, as solved
' 1 In tho United States.
f Water Tax Is Perpetual.
i ' "In Egvpt, and along tho upper Kile."
,j nald he. "whero tho great irrigation pro-
ij ' Jecta of northern Africa aro now being
ii, put through, tho land owner has to pay
1 ,', lor his water right at least $7 per year
. This fact, as given by tho Egyptian
'' engineer, is in marked contrast to condi
tions In the Rocky Mountain west. In
' i Utah the greatest amount demanded, is $2
j; a year for a limited period of ten years.
Is Studying Irrigation.
' J . Ma.). Bakhatl's visit lo this city comes
during a tour of iho West. Ho Is utudy-
M ing Irrigation as It is being promoted not
',1 only by the Government, but by private
1 1 corporations, He is gathering duta which
i t will prove of assistance In -tho work along
1 I tho hcudwaters of tho Nile. MaJ. Bakha-
;! tl will visit Provo and Ogden. He will
study tho workings of the power plant In
" tho former city and of the Irrigation sya-
!'' tern near tho latter. IIu bears letters of
I recommendation from F. 11 Newell, chief
! encineer in the Government reclamation
' j work now being pursued through this sec-
tlon of America.
J Talked "With. Swendsen.
!'! MaJ. BakhatI called at the local offlce
H I of tho reclamation survey yesterday
i .i morning and had a talk with Prof. Swend
sen relative to conditions In this purt of
1 America. He will leave for Utah lako to
I c.vamlno the pumping plant at the mOuth
j of the canyon. He is well posted as io
, American condition and the work now i
'ill "being done In this country. i
I'M Burdett's Vanilla Extract
I," Ts the best, and the best Is none too
j good for your food and drink. Insist
V on having" Burnett's,
I I LEARNS THEIR AGES.
I jji Women Do Not Have to. Tell the Htg-
i istrar But They Do.
j; "How old are you, madam?" atked the
obliging registrar, as a young and uttrae-
' ,5: tlve woman, who was paving tho way to
ij; east her llrst vote, appeared at one of the
.(J registration offices on the east side and
if1 asked to have her nmnu added to the al-
t' ready long list,
j' "Oh. Is It necessary to tell Hint?" The
,il applicant stem-d rather taken aback at
I. wliat she considered tho impertinence of
I 'h! the registrar.
j fcl "Xo it is pot r.ecessary, auld tho regls-
J.i trar. affably; "we can put It down auy at
! j ; twe:ity-nlne. If you like."
V "Twenty-nine!" almost shrieked the
1 h voung woman, :ts a look of disgust over-
' " spread her face; "why. I'm only twenty-
Tho registrar smiled as he put down tho
.7; figures and said, with a knowing look, to
Ij the man who came next:
,1, "The plan I Just followed nover falls
V to have Its effect and cause the women
I t I to at lca3t be wllllnir lo admit that they
are of some age even If it Js not the
1 i right on."
Iy Autumn Effects
i;Pj Are noticeable In- the new fall ueck-
v'nj wear. TSxqulslte colorings are shown.
i'M BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
M ICC Main St.
; Mass Meeting Called to Form a Gen-
' jj , eral Relief Organization.
, To more systcmatcally dispense char-
i lty lo needy persons, to Invcstigato all
i J cases that may actually apply for charity,
li (1 ns well as to help all existing organlza-
I j , tlons to more effectually conduct the
',; J charity work of the city, aro tho purposes
I j 3 set forth la a call issued yesterday for a
;. 3 mass meeting to bo held tomorrow aftor-
1 ' 9 noon at tho Salt Jjako Theatro to organize
. 1 1.' 9 the Salt Lake Charity organization., The
1 ' 9 meeting wll be called to order at 4 o clock,
i jj , and among ihoso who have already slgnl-
,M lied their willingness to lend such an or-
j ganlzatlon their moral and financial sup-
! v port are: Thomas Wclr. Arthur T.. Thom-
i'.j as, Simon Bamberger. S. B. Tultlc. F. A.
Druehl. J. P. Gardner. II. W. Park, L. E.
H Hall. W. A. Ncldcn, C. A. Qulgley, John
; J. Daly, C. II. i McMahon, Hussell U.
! a Trary. J U. Wood, W. M. Rash, Leatcr
j , 13. Freed. Charles G. PJummer, William
i Igloheart, J. C. Ieary. Tliomaa Homer,
'jij Gcorgo Muilctt, Thcron Gcddcs. O. J.
.! Salisbury. U. H. Twomey, W. C. I.ync.
The Young Men
m jB Are praising our llorlon $3.00 hat. It's
1 1 i ill designed to ot;der for theiu.
' ' fl BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
'fl 16C Main SU
B ijl Hutchlnfl ii.Grinith will open their
I l' nlW Photoqraphir; and art studio, 44-46-4S
East Brigham ptreol, Monday
j W next. This will be the finest and mout
j a! complete studio In the West, and will
1 m delight all lovers of art and thingo ar-
I A gj tl&tlc. You arc Invited to call.
I I -b! Coke and Apron Sale,
til The ladles of Phillips Congregational
I l church will havo a cake and apron ealo
I J at Henderflon'H wtore, beginning at 9
ijl o'clock this morning-
A Warm Subject.
Proper weight underwear Just now
j ought lo interest you. All weights
1 j fabrjes and sizes.
j BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO
IBS Main St "
Pul tk Bottle to
His Brother's Head
Tonics Tcdesco Had n Now Way of
Violating tho Law and tho
Thrco Italians, a seltzer bottlo and a re
volver wcro tho principal figures In a
lively mlx-up that occurred In tho Senate
saloon on Commercial strcot yesterday af
ternoon. Two of tho Italians landed In
Jail, tho gun Is now In tho hands of Chlof
Lynch, and tho seltzer bottlo was nhat
tercd on tho barroom floor.
Tho troublo began when Frank Tcdcsco
entered his brother'a thirst emporium on
Commercial street and In a very unbroth
crly manner attempted to luro somo of his
choicest boozo-fightora from their favorlto
haunt. James Tedosco took exception to
this manner of securing patronago and
promptly ordered his brother out of tho
"Getta out, an' gctta d m quick," ho
exclaimed, at tho samo time reaching un
der tho bar for his trusty seltzer bottle.
Brother Frank did not Bcem to bo In any
great hurry, so James Tcdcsco leaned over
the bar and made a wallop at hie heaU
with tho llzz-squirtcr.
Frank Tcdcsco ducked and the bottle
landed on an Innocent bystandard, R. Mu
rano. a peanut vender. Murano promptly
went to tho mat and took tho usual count
v.-iin a. mop-over privilege ot nenny iwu
minutes. His Jaw was nearly dislocated
by the forco of tho blow.
In tho meantlmo James Tedesco had
mado another pass ut his brothor, and
this time the bottlo was (mattered over
Frank Tedcsco'a head. With blood pour
ing from the wound, tho Injured man has
tened to a near-by saloon and procured a
gun. He was returning with tho "gat,"
when CapL Burbldgo camo alone: and In
terfered. For nearly ten minutes tho genial pollco
captain listened to a heated argument in
Italian. At tho conclusion ho declared,
"I don't bellevo a word of It," and
marched tho Tcdcsco brothers to the sta
tion, where they wero booked on the
charge of lighting. Tho troublo will be ad
justed by Judgo DIehl today.
GEORGE A HAMMOND, drill expert
of tho Government reclamation service,
lias returned from a visit to the Govern
ment irrigation projects of Montana, Wy
oming and Colorado. Ho will begin drill
work at Utah lake as soon as the nec
essary machinery arrives.
W. S. M'CORNICK. R. T Badger, L.
H. Farnsworth and others spoko to the
Salt Lako chapter of tho American In
stlluto of Bank Clerks at their meeting
which was held Thursday night, being tho
first meeting of what promises to bo a.
Hiiccerisful organization. Mr, McCornlck's
remarks wero complimentary and encour
aging. PETER IIICTCEY was found guilty of
petit larceny in Judge Dlehl's court yes
terday and will bo sentenced today. Hlck
ey claims to be a machinist and to have
worked at Bingham for xomo time, but
ndmlts that ho has been loafing sinco Sep
tember 1. Thumlay night he "borrowed"
from the Utah saloon on West Temple
street a gultur which R. W. Jenkins, the
proprietor, hud left behind the bar.
IUckey and the guitar were found at an
early hour yesterday morning in tho
Green Light gambling house, and Hlckey
was promptly placed under arrewt.
ON tho charge of stealing a bicycle.
Arthur Ueason was found guilty by Judge
Dlehl yesterday. Deusou presented no de
fense whatever, but his attorney, S. X.
Chrlstlunson, gave notice of appeal. Tho
appeal bond was llxed ut $1X0, double the
amount of flic line Imposed upon Deacon.
ALEX. MOORE was arrested yesterday
morning on the charge of having stolen
the sum of 40 cents from Edward Hogan.
Ida roomate at the Lincoln house. Moore
was given until today to llnd an attorney
to defend him In police court.
ALMA DOUGLAS, assistant dog
catcher, was found guilty of carrying
concealed weapons, in Judge Dlehl's court
yesterday. Douglas contended that he
carried the gun for the dogs only, but the
court held that he had overstepped the
bounds of his official prerogatives and
was a bad nigger, anyway. lie was given
VZ or 20 days, with the promise of a
pardon If his people in Kansas should
send him a railroad ticket.
TWO typhoid fever cases were reported
yesterday. Hyrum Lloyd, 173 N Street
and Stella Lund, aged 11. daughter of IL
Lund, West North Temple.
D. F. DONALDSON, un employee of the
Troy laundry, living at 727 South West
Temple, on Wednesday attempted to ride
hla bicycle over a plank which hau been
placed over tho nowly laid pavement for
jicuL'binuns, wncn ino piojiK tippeu,
throwing Donaldson from his wheel with
such force that his elbow was dislocated
In the fall. Dr." Beer cared for the in
Jury. TODAY Is to bo another exhibition of
perfect autumn weather such an Salt Lako
enjoyed yesterday, according to the
weather bureau, with nothing anticipated
to mar Its serenity.
ALTHOUGH John Leahy, the man ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Burbldgo fof
pilfering the home of Mrs. D M. Taylor,
pleaded not guilty to houscbreaklntr be
fore Judgo Dlehl, he was held to tho Dis
trict court yesterday In the sum of J250.
THE Postofuce department of the
United States Is willing that the doors of
tho local postofilco shall bo changed so aa
to swing from the Inside to tho outside,
but It will not bear tho expense. This Is
tho trend of a lettor received vesterday by
Postmaster Thomas. Building Inspector
Lewis had notified Mr Thomas of tho
bulldingiregulatlons and tho latter official
had forwarded tho communication to
Washington. In reply a. communication
was received Elating that tho postoffico
department had no objection to the
chango, the letter stating, however, that
this change must be mado at tho expenso
of Mr. Dooly, the owner of tho building.
C. H. MORRIS was arrested yesterday
morning at the Rio Grando depot by Dep
uty Sheriffs Cowan and Smith, charged
with beating a board bill at Mllford. Ho
Is held at tho county Jail pending tho ar
rival of officers from tho town whero tho
offense Is alleged to havo taken placo.
TUB matter of macadamizing Slate
street to tho cltyllmlls has been talon iirl
by a number of prominent business men.
who arc slgnlnp a petition for tho Im
provement. It will be presented to the
Council In the near future. It Is repre
sented that a great deal of trade, goes to
Murray which would otheVwlso como to
Salt Lake, because of tho bad condition of
the road at certain times of year. Tho
resolution for the Improvement of tho
road has alread been passed by tho
Council, but was vetoed by tho Mavor and
did not pass over Ills lo. Tho estimated
cost at that tlmo wan JlfK).
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
Have your fumare and chimney
cleaned for the winter. National House
Cleaning Co., 131 Main. Both "phones
Utah Independent Telephone Co.
You wlil find It a pleasure to talk with
your Ogden frlunda over the Utah In
dependent Toll Line. Quick service and
Republican Cbase After
Profess to Know Nothing
cf Effort to Bounce
Who Aro Credited With Raising- tho
Hatchet Against Head of Police
"If there Is a movomont on to oust
Chief of Pollco Lynch, it must bo tho
work of tho Democratic Administration,"
said a Republican Councilman yesterday.
"I don't know of any regular Republican
who Is malting a fight against him. It
Is truo that ho has thrown somo of tho
Republican members down protty hard,
but they havo something to do besides
looking for opportunities to get oven with
their enemies. Thoro aro evidences, how
ever, that tho Democrats and tho Re
publicans with whom they mako deals to
servo their own ends, having used tho
Chlejf to the limit, arc now anxious to
throw him overbonrd. on account of ner-
nlclouo activity In politics. I know that
the Mayor has threatened to abolish tho
office of humar.o officer to get rid of
Col. Mann, who refused to refrain from
participating In tho caucuses and conven
tion of his party at the solicitation of tho
Mayor. It would bo a really disgrace
ful situation for a city the size of Salt
Ixiko to bo without a humane officer, but
the Mayor wouldn't care for that if It
served hbj political ends. And If he wants
to flro as good a man a Col. Mann, why
shouldn't ho bo even more anxious to go
Tho Republican Councllmen who aro
creditod with being after the Chiefs scalp
are L. D Mjirtln, Neuhauscn, Black and
A. J. Davis.
When Councilman Martin was ques
tioned In regard to tho movement last
night he professed to know nothing- about
It, "I hae been so busy with private
matters lately thut I haven't even heard
any one talk pollticu." he said. "I had
not heard that a tight was to bo made
on Lynch." ,
"What would be jour position in the
event that such a fight should be modeV"
"Well, I couldn't say at this time. Lvnch
has done things to mo all right "
"Then you wouldn't feel under speclat
obligations to tako up tho fight In
"I shouldn't feel so Infernally con
cerned," was the nonchalant way in which
tho Councilman from the First dismissed
Councilmun Black was rather more con
servative. Ho alao averrud that ho know
nothing about a fight being mado on the
Chief of Pollco by Republicans He like
wise had been very severely turned down
by tho Chief in tho matter of appoint
ments. In spite of this, however, he de
clared unequivocally that he could not
vote for tho Chiefs dismissal if the mat
ter should be brought up. "f couldn't do
It and be a consistent Republican," said
Mr. Black, "and that's what I claim to
Councilman Neuhaueen had "heard
nothing." either. He, did not caro to dis
cuss tho question of what his position
would bo in the ovent that the matter ot
Lynch's retention should come up In the
Council. "I voted to put him there," he
said, however, "and know of no reason
why he should bo put out."
. There's Something
About our Allller. Warburton and Den
ny Derbies different from others. Ex
clusive designs make them so.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
1CC Main St. "
SALT LAKE TIIEATRE-Jano Cor-coi-an
In "Pretty Peggy." a four-act play
by Frances Aymar Mathews.
"Pretty Peggy" is a pretty plav. Tt 3
handsomely put on. It's banquo"t sceno
Is ono of the best of the Btage. It's mob
feature is unique, tho riotous actors cre
ating a tumult in the center aisle of tho
theater. And the closing sceno, repre
senting: the stage of a London theater
set as the Forest of Arden, is artistic.
A lovo offtilr of Pee Woffinston and
David Garrlck inspires the action. They
aro on tho brink of marrlnco when ppg
Itarns that another woman lias a Hen on
David, and alio discards him. In tho
last scene Pec breaks down while rc
hcar.slng, and Garrlck steps on tho stage
and with his willing arms about her she
Is greatly comforted, you can see. aa tho
Froni lior appearance- ns tho roguish
Irish Per to tho time of the collapse
Miss Corcoran has many opportunities
for tho display of archness. Sho is quali
fied to clvo to tho character a pleasing
spirit of coauettlshnesR She Is saucy
but not too saucy Sho resists tompta
tion to overdo, thereby setting a good
examplo that somo others In the com
pany should notice. In her serious scene
in which she breaks with Garrlck. she
Andrew Robson is present as Garrlck
with energy and vocal powers unim
paired. Ada Bosholl is cffectlvo as tho
vigorous Mrs. Wofflngton, mother of
I'eir- Katherino Fisher is rather sweet
as Fez's sister. Jonnio Dunbar Is .a
French young woman who does not al
ways for;et her French accent.
Among tho things exhibited In the cir
cus sceno. with which tho play opens
is nn Irish Jaunting car. a rare thing ori
the stage, and a donkey, by no meana
"Pretty Peggy" will bo played this nf
ternoon and tills-ovenlng. Tliero will vhe
no other attraction nt the theater until
November 11, and It will doubtless draw
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. O.
hox 90S. 'Phone Carstenren & Anson"
To Photographers and Kodakers.
We carry a full line of supplies. The
only exclusive house here. Developing
and finishing. Third South and Main.
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co.
ROCK SPRINGS "PEACOCK" COAL
Hot Stuff. Try It
Central Coal & Coke Co., 142 So. Main
Both 'phones, 2600 ; 6G W 2nd South, both
Tennessee Town Bums.
GAJjTjT1N- T"'n-. Oct 21. Bransford.
on tho Chesapeake & Nashville railroad
was deotroyed. by fire tonight.
Is Thrown Open
Independent Telephone Company Be
gins Business in tho Weber
A public reception attended by Gov.
Wells and other stockholders of this city
marked tho opening last night of tho Utah
Independent Tclcphono company'o ex
change In Ogden. Tho toll servlco bo
twecn this city and Ogden was inaugu
rated at tho same time. Tho Ogden plant,
which Is tho counterpart of tho ono in
this city, except that it Is on a somewhat
smaller scale, was shown to Bovcral hun
dred visitors, 4ho rooms having boon at
tractively decorated for tho occasion and
delightful music provided.
Tho Ogdon local oxchange starts with
SCO subscribers. A featuro of tho toll
service Is that when a number is asked
for in either city from tho othor, immedi
ate connection Is obtained, tbero being no
hanging up of tho recclvor to await a call.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
William Y. Joffs to David W. Joffs
et al., warranty deed, one-third
interest In 12 rods by 0 foot, lot
7, block 73. plat C $ TOO
Mrs. P, King to Corollno C. P.
Wells, warranty deed, -11x1 iSi
feet, southeast from northwest
corner lot S. block 119, plat A 1
Edward E Hcnnefer to Martin S.
Lindsay, warranty deed, all Inter
est in 2',ax10 rods, southwest from
northeast corner lot 8, block 55.
plat A 23)
A. II. Hennefer to Martin S. Lind
say, warranty doed. all Interest
In 2'ixlO rods, southwest from
northeast corner lot S, block 05,
plat A 250
Georgo N. Ottingcr to Albert White,
warranty deed. 0x33 feet, lot 37,
Nob Hill subdivision 25
John L. King to Margarot Duffy,
varrantv deed, lots IS and 19.
block 2. Main stroct and Stato
road subdlIslon 1,100
Hyrum P. Folsom to Georgo F.
Goodwin, warrantv deed, lots 13,
14, 17 to 24. block 1, Maack addi
tion, plat A COO
John R. Smith to Salt Lak county,
warranty deed, part of .section 21,
1 south, rango 1 east 350
B. F. Klnsoy to E. P. Pholps, quit
claim deed, one-third interest in
White Squaw No. 1 lode, etc 100
J C. Toller to Queen City Land and
Mining company, quit claim deed,
lots 18. 19, 39, 10 and 20, West Salt
Lake addition 10
Domenlco Plesela to Lillio Rogers.
3xC rods, northeast from southwest
corner lot 0. block 40, plat B
LonLs Blrots et al. lo C C. Andor
ROii. leaso. Imperial hotel, 210
South State street, five years 10.500
Mary J. Bunnell to Ant Kepplor,
bill of sale, furniture, etc., 15S East
Second South 3,000
Carl Peterson to Jens S. Hansen,
mortgage, 29x5 rods, lot 1'J, block
20, 10-jci plat A 350
Julia Carlson to Edward P. Farr,
mortgage, lots 21 and 22, block 4,
Nt w England addition 175
Annie Grant to Deseret Savings
bank, mortgage, 9x10 rods, north
west from ij rods north of south
east corner lot 1. block 101, plat A. ,Xt
Homo Investment company lo Ar
thur L. Bruttatn, rel. tr. d., part
of lot 3. block 11, plat G 2,00
Deseret Savings bank to Rulon S.
Wells, rul. tr. d.. lot 2, block 3,
plat I : 3,501
Deseret SuvIiijs bank to Annlo
Grant, rel tr. d., lot 1, block 101,
plat A 4.9W
Lewis Pursoll to C. G. Blomqulst,
realty mortgage, section 0, town
ship 2 south, range. 1 east 7
Russel L Tracy company to Alex.
Burt, Jr.. realty, mortgage, lot 2.
block 30, plat A U
Will Improve the Wilson.
Improvements which will place the
Wilson hotel In the front rank of West
ern hostclrles aro to bo begun at once
by Manager A. Fred Wey. Tho building
immediately adjoining- tho present Wil
son has been leused by Mr. Wey from
Ezra Thompson, the owner, and will bo
entirely remodeled for hotel purposes.
Plans arO already being drawn by Ware
& Tieganza which will convert the addi
tion into nlno suites, with baths, sample
rooms and a banquet-room to accommo
date fifty persons. In adltlon to these
Improvements tho present dining-room
will bo remodeled and made more ela
borate. The new cafe will be tjie featuro
of tho contemplated Improvements. It
will be furnished with Old Mission fur
niture and will be fitted up almost re
gardless of cost. A complete telephone
system will also be Installed, connecting
every room In the house both with tho
local and lontr-dislanco lines of tho Bell
Irrigation Company Is Formed.
The Middle Chalk Creek Irrigation
company has filed articles of Incorpora
tion with tho Secretary of State. It Is
organized at Coalville, Summit county.
The business and pursuit of tho corpora
tion is to divert water from Chalk crook
for tho irrigation of land lying in the
precinct of Coalville. Tho capital stock
Is JC320, divided Into G32 shares, worth 510
each All of this stock is subscribed.
William K. Chappell Is president. T. J.
Lewis secretary and treasurer.
Will Build an Opem-House.
Articles of tho Bear River City Opcra
houso company havo been filed with tho
Secretary of Stato It is capitalized at
55000, divided Into 1000 shares, of tho par
value of $5 each. Lars F. Johnson is
president, David Holmgren vice-president,
Hyrum J. Hansen secretary and
treasurer, and Maroni Mortonsen man
ager. Tho company owns the opera
house at Bear Rivor city and will operate
and manage it.
Bradstreet on Business.
Bradstreet's rosumo of business condi
tions in this city for the past week, says:
"Wholesalers report continuation of fa
vorable conditions. Cooler weather ha-g
resulted In noticeable Increase In retail
business. Collections aro cood."
Yesterday's local bank clearings
amounted lo $371,C77.7S. as against ?515,
199.42 for tho samo day last year.
Such as street, driving or eveninp wear.
Fowncs' and Perrlns' gloves for the
man, new phade?.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
IfiS Main St.
CANNING FACTORY WANTED.
Horticulturallsts Will Meet Commer
cial Club Wednesday Night.
Prominent horticulturallsts of tho coun
ty will meet with the Commercial club
commltteo on manufactures at tho club
next Wednesday night to discuss tho best
way of securing for this city a canning
factory and a plant for evaporating
fruits, two Institutions which tho orch
ardlsts contend would redeem their in
dustry from the dlro effects of a glutted
local market and at tho same time provo
profitable to the Investors. Tho club
commltteo has taken up the mattor of
endeavoring to lntorost capital to tho ond
that tho needed industries may be pro
vided and its members aro anxious to
profit by all tho practical pointers that
can bo given them by tho fruit-growers
His Nomination Is
House of Deputies Sends
Him to District of Salt
Episcopal General Convention Adopts
Special Form of Worship After
BOSTON, Oct 21. Tho Episcopalian
general convention today adopted a reso
lution In the houso of deputies providing
for Bpeclal forma of worship to meet tho
requirements of foreign congregations
which may bo brought Into tho ohurch.
Tho resolution was presented somo tlmo
ago by Dr. William R. Huntington of
Now York. The proposal was bitterly
fought at the San FranclBCO convention
and mot with much opposition In Bos
ton, many asserting that tho mcasuro
would lead to great diversity, In forma
of worship. Tho resolution will bo acted
upon by tho house of bishops.
Amending- Divorce Canon.
Tho houso of bishops devoted two hours
tonight to a discussion of tho amendment
to tho divorce canon, making It moro
difficult for tho Innocent person di
vorced In u case Involving Infidelity to
be marrlod. It was taken to a vote on
tho question of concurrence with tho
houso of deputies tomorrow.
Bishops Aro Elected.
The house of deputies today elected tho
following missionary bishops, the nomi
nations having been made by tho house
of bishops: v
Bishop of Salt Lako City Rev. Frank
lin S. Spalding, Erie, Pa.
. Bishop of Hankow, China Rev. Logan
H. Roots, Hankow, formerly of Arkan
sus. Bishop of Mexico Rov. Henry D. Avej,
Blshop of Cuba Very Rev. Albion W.
Knight, Atlanta, Ga.
About Bishop Spalding.
liev Franklin Spencer Spalding, son of
the lato Bishop John F. Spalding of Colo
rado, and former rector In kA.ll SalntB
church, elected bishop for tho district of
Salt Lake, resided in Denver most of his
life. Ho loft Denver during 1S95 to bo
eomo rector of St. Paul's church at Erie,
Pa,, the church of wiilch his father had
been rector for nearly twelve years.
Born in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Spalding was born in Erie, Pa.,
and spent his early boyhood In that city.
He went to Denver when his father wus
elected bishop of Colorado In 1S74. He
lecelved his preliminary education at
Jarvis hall and entered Prlnooton collego
In 1SS3. He was one of the few members
who passed tho examinations without
Excellent Record in College.
Mr. Spalding established an excellent
record at Princeton, helng conspicuous In
both his studies and athletics. He was
president of his class, munaglng- editor of
tho Prlncetonlaii. tho collego paper, and
president of the university baseball asso
ciation. At tho closo of his college career
he was tho winner of tho competitive
Traveled Over Europe.
After he was craduatod at Princeton,
Mr Spalding spent conslderablo time in
European travel. Upon his return ho
became a teacher in the Princeton pre
paratory school. After ono year'js .work
in this capacity he entered tho general
theological seminary. New York city,
from which Institution he was graduated
ulth honors in li'Jl.
Ordained in Denver.
Mr. Spalding was ordained In St. John's
cathedral, Denver, by his father, tho late
Bishop John F. Spaldlnc For several
years he was rector of All Saint's church.
North Donvcr, resbnlng at the wish of
the oliaptor to become principal of Jarvis
hall In Montelalr. He remained thoro
for four years when ho becamo rector
of St. Paul In Erie.
Mr Spalding has been exceedingly suc
cessful in Erlo. Through his efforts tho
parish has been doubled; a new parish
houso has been built and many Improve
ments have been made. A new building,
as a memorial to Bishop Spalding, is now
In the courso of construction.
For Quick Action
On telephone connection between here
and Ogden usa our new Long- Distance
Line. Open Monday. Nov. 2-lth.
UTAH INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE
New Townships Platted.
Township plats havo been filed In tho
land office, and a notlco to that effect
Issued by Registrar Frank D. Hobbs of
tho United States land offices. Theso
plats will bo thrown open to tho public
Township 4 north, rango 17 west, Salt
Township 4 north, rango IS west, Salt
Township S north, rantre 1C west, Salt
Township 5 north, rango 37 west, Salt
Township 6 north, range IS west, Salt
Township C north, rango 16 west, Salt
Township C north, rango U7 west. Salt
Township 7 north, rango 16 west. Salt
Township 7 north, range 17 west. Salt
Township 6 north, rango IS west, Salt
Burton Coal & Dumber Co.
Coal, lumber, cement. Telephono S03,
Samuel Barrett, aged 39 years, died yes
terday In this city of typhoid fover. Tho
remains will be shipped to Provo today
We Are Unable
To Btop the gossip about our perfect
Both phonef, 192. 166 Main St.
Time Is Money.
You will not wait two hour? for Og
den connection over our new Toll Lino.
Besides, you can hear.
UTAH INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE
Frank A. Wadleigh
Returns to Old Love
Comes Back to Rio Grando System as
Assistant General Passenger
Special to Tho Tribune
DENVER, Colo., Oct. 21, Frank A,
Wadleigh, formerly general passenger
and ticket agent of tho Rio Grande
Western, will return to tho RIo Grando
system November 1 as assistant general
passenger and ticket agent. For two
years ho has been immigration agent
in New York of the Western Passenger
association. Ho succeeds T. E.
Swann, who resigned four months ago.
Mr. Wadleigh, although he declined
tho placo once, was urged by Vice
President Schlaacks, Traffic Manager
Hughes and General Passenger 'Agent
Hooper to accept It, and It Is said
that President Jeffery personally saw
him In New York and asked him to re
turn to Denver.
MANIFESTO TO ITALIANS.
Challenge of tho Government Is Ac
cepted by Republicans.
ROME, Oct. 21. In the course of a
manifesto addressed to tho electors the
Republican party managers today an
nounce the acceptance of the challenge
of the Government to the parties of the
people and declare that the Issues are
popular sovereignty and reform In ad
ministrative matters. After explaining
the Republican programme, which Is
admitted to be Impracticable t-olong as
tho country is oppressed by the heavy
expenses incident to the maintenance
of the military establishment on Its
present basis, concludes with pronounc
ing the watchwords of the campaign:
"Tho people are the masters of their
own destiny. Equality In duties and
rights. No privileges to any class."
The Radical leaders, in a circular ad
dressed to the several associations of
that party, reaffirm their demand for
reform and assert the belief that the
prosperity und greatness of the country
are dependent on Democratic policies
and the advancement of the proletariat.
In effect the radicals detach themselves
from the Socialist Republicans and as
sume a position nearer that of the Government.
American in Possession at Puerto
Plata to Collect Claim.
ST. THOMAS, D. W. I., Oct. 21. A
steamer from Puerto Plata, Santa Do
mingo, reports that the United States
has selxed the custom-house at Puerto
Plata. The Dominican consul has no
information of such seizure und dis
credits tho report.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2C.-The report
ed seizure by the United States of the
custom-house at Puerto Plata presum
ably arises from the already accom
plished or contemplated occupation of
thut port by an American, designated
ft i'e (COIiimJsaln which awarded to
the bujito Domingo Improvement com-
Domingo That award was autoinatl-
S U?n nneC,Ut;nfV and Provided that
If Santo Domingo failed to pay the
award the agent named by the coin!
mission was to take charge of four or
nnn.C,,rnt0n,S VOrlii ot Island and
apply 00 per cent of the revenues to i i
payment of the claims. Th"?ffSJ it
not one In which the United sta es Gov
ernment is interested. es tjOW
CALLS DANCE HUGGING.
Pastor Rouses Wrath of Young Peo
pleThey Are Leaving Church.
NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J 0ct i
communicate any ' of tl 5? fttcd to ex- ;
hers who so hm? Th n.iluEh 8 niem"
break up dancln'fr e In,?.- ?r ha3. trled to
younger membera df t f? f,Prmed bv tho
far his efforts ISvo nn hchur,ch' but 80
Ho opened his a ua nrfen .fSultt ul
class had organized wi,'htlth? dancing
members, in T defiarcl about, 8venty 1
Jay-school teachernnthohchuroah. & Sun" i
RESIGNATION IS ESCROW,
State Treasurer of Kansas Invites In
vestigation of His Administration.
TOPEKA, Kan.. Oct. , Thnmo m
!2; f ute Tr . piedTS rrLl
nation In escrow tonight and InvtLi
SaSSffi b,nQXCrrs ninfoU;- -d
Kelly is not RUllly of tho rhntCrmlA,ed tfi"t
accountant has Udc'agSj;0 Stf,l
resignation ohall be return . ' tho
bo of no offect. if n JS, lo him and
shall bo adjudged cuhtv C,,ntn.lrj'- ho
2'at ?at,Ume.eXpectod' wl" W
Carnegie's Palace of Peace
TILE HAGUE. Oct " tk
signatory to Tho Hacu'o no',I7 Powers
ro to bo nskc ' I tn formP fmf?IU?nt,on
CO for the maintenance Vf Andrew
neclo's palace of no;ICo ti, Ji r?w Car
To Meet Mikado's Representative
WASHINGTON, Oct -uph -d, '
first secretary of tho Jr , Rlok.
has bcen. deslsnated by'l 'hdsteVakn"'
lira to meet Dleut.-Gcn Prlncn v,Z tka,'
the special roprescntativo of F tho Tn'ml'
nose Emperor, who will nrrlvo at "r"
I- ranclsco on November 13. "fr aVnn
lira's duties prevent hlo leavlnr wo
'ngton personally to wcQcomTthPni1'
ST. PETERSBURG. Oct " tv,
good authority for th.. KtntPf'f ,u re ls
Uenckendorfr Russia,, 1 If" 1
that tho AnBlo.&.B
finally drawn up with recaVA t i, 1 ,h.
friendly rolatlons. rceard to Ituasia's
New York Herald
Up Pight. I
Gives Reasons fop its b!
lief That Roosevelt Sm
President's Election May Pro-jj 'K; j
ing-inlnflgulsofortha flf '
Country, Kh '
President Roosevelt's election ti tJlirtil
ceded by tho Now York IUtiM hwKM
double-loaded editorial, In lta kr P
Tuesday last, .In tho courso ot
"In threo wcelcs from toJay th9
will havo to decide who wlU b
cholco, Mr. Roosevelt or Judge Fin Iv'
"To speak frankly, there dc caVR1.
pear to bo room for much unceruhs ' J
to their probable decision, it tjlWjirif
most a foregono conclusion that fcEk
Roosovclt will bo elcctcd-not, rtrtialff'' V
becauso tho people lmo conDfleaaiB"'
him and In his conception of th p-w'WF
dentlal functions, but becauw thSl!f
try lo prosperous and thus the rttSslV
for a chango ls not very pressing,
Parker Took Wrong Chutt
"Judge Parker must surely realti wlL
ho cennot arouse tho American fe0'
over tho Philippines or tho Filipino"?, W
good or for evil and with the r'; f?1
of American blood, the Islands hivtV W,
acquired, and tho United States aaj mn.
don them no more than GermanjS
abandon tho annexed provinces oi A!ai W
Not Practical Politics. jl
"Such questions do not concern mid
politico; they nro of Interest only lit Ik10
bating societies, and the question of Sis, fe(
rulo for tho Filipinos has only j 5
retlcal Importance. C3'K
"Even Judge Parker would not va ifKttt
that tho general levels of Intelligent Jd
education, or tho standards ot W- i'1-
and enterprise are as high la tho ?S to flrtf
pine Islands as they aro In the I'Sl 2rt
States. It would bo more practical,!!.
fore, and moro beneficial for the p iTptiM
concerned, to demand good Americas p Irrrm
ernment for tho Filipinos, than toltha .
In oratory about their Uieoretlcal rlfiti
autonomy und Independence. iieTl
Ma; Bo Blessing- in Disgulss.
"Ono Is tempted to ask whetler !fe trthr
Roosevelt's "lection may not prwii 'fi..
blessing in disguise. The President a?
regard his victory as an encounrer TX k
to flourish tho 'big stick' more earp- m'
Really than ever. This, sooner or lJj''t
will involve the United States In fete Cfcdi
complications, and thus surely of wk.
eyes of the American people to tbi& I?38
gera of Imperialism In a republic. Tb
tho flection may turn out to bsaVs- S.
Ing In dlserulso for tho causa of coat
REVOLUTIONISTS ACTIVE, TH
Russian Police Discover EvidtaHiJ fcwP
Revolt in Poland. .
ST. PETERSBURG. Oct 2.-: 15a. a- fMJ
Tho police continue to discover In tuba bntf'.
parte of Russia, and notably In the wa
and in Poland, evidences of revulutiiij J
activity audi its was described In til?. '-"!
PotersburK dispatch to the Assecali 'q,
Press on October S. According lo nya Tr"
received at tho Mlnlstrv of the Itie iff a
most of tho revolutionary llteratursii fJW
is being disseminated cornea from Jm JH a
At Minsk a jjreat maas ot prcclncaia .tsre-ite
pamphlets, false seals and passport to
discovered in a Jew's lodging-. tejU iuw,
with evldenres that trwy cam f-"
abroad for distribution throughout fc'rI j
At Kerch a Jew reservist who tils- wlott
caped service on account of phyalcalft '4tb
ability wns found runnine; a printing pj" 'Ait'ilj
turning out addresses to reservlsU ifr
them not to Join tho colors. If ' .
At Toula, whero an Infernal arstalw I .
located by the police, several Jew fiji,.
arrested for fomenting strike dlsUirbua IlilLU
and street manifestations among W
men. if '
At Grodnot tho baKnse ot n lt 2;
rested at tho railway station wasfaas ,nrial
At Odessa tho police on October bfS;
prised In a Jewish lodging a mtW5 V
revolutionists. Socialists and aoartOT jpnsjg
mil during the attempt lo arrest IMF -U beji0
Llclpants a pollco ofllcer was snot
At Vitbetsky on tho same day mb " .3? '
evero arrested for gathering at the U-6
ind distributing proclamations, mjr
FRANCE AND VATICAN, jji
' Rupture of Diplomatio Relations
bated in House of Deputies- ;
PARIS, Oct 21. Tho Chamber of DP ; .
tlea todav was crowded to hear th i
bato on tho interpellations on theses
of tho rupturo of diplomatic relation r,
twoen Franco and tho Vatican. I
Count Bonl do Castcllalne ofr, iTT"!
debate with criticism of tho lo"c.
mlcr Combes, contrasting It Nfe.'
policy of Forolgn Minister 1 Otf
which, he said, was favorable tog
French protectorate over the ft
missions In tho far Kast. . j,
M. Combes is reserving his reply Xia
the close of tho debate. ihs,
M. Deschanel spoke in favor on,' gfen ,
stitutlon of a Just and reasonable j?
of separation for the Concordat iiy
maintained tho hnportanco of re" -vci
the Eastern protectorate. Ills 1
much applauded by tho Moderate s r
Tho debate will be continued tomori Jt
J SANITY OF MISS DOLBEER HH
Inquiry Into tho Matter ContinnfJBfej
New York. If
NEW YORK. Oct. 21.-Inqulry " , VBA;
sanity of Bertha Marlon D"Ky JpiS.,
wealthy young California fft sli
committed suicide recently B , . 'tfiEta
dorf-Astoria, was continued tcT ;he c& 2101
Commissioner Robert P. Le, '"lf.Vlrft .fffM
test over hor will Jj.v certain re 'a'vW kcj
Catherine Lee, the first w line rt. rWlfcJ,
that Miss Dolbecr actod like oin gfk!
guests, and said sho had no no'n Vbtf.
slsns of melancholia. Al ftth iljJJm
that Miss Dolbeer was not stiffen" ir.fc'HJir
any mental troublo and told ot IliT'-
nor of living. ,M,iiie.I tf iSM
Several other witnesses ttinei ftiJHVv
had appeared to bo of sound ,MF
hearing will bo continued tomorrow h