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H ,J0 - -1HE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. .'Jfjj
I LID BOARD SEEKS
TO PROTECT SETTLER
Recommends Bureau to Cen
sor Advertising Matter Re- j
TO MAINTAIN RIGHTS
I Report Urges Action at Wash
ington Respecting Mineral
Lands; Bond Investments.
Creation of a bureau or some other
body with power to censor all litera
ture' and advertising purporting to ad
vlso the prospective settler upon the
farm lands of tlie state, to the end
that there shall be no false representa
tions, or fraudulent land sales, is rec
ommended to the legislature by tho
stale laud board in its biennial report
riled with Governor William Spry yes
terday. It is suggested also that tho
samo authority have power to issue
licenses to sell laud to trustworthy per
sons odIv and upou the filing of a sub
stantial bond io insure customers
Tho board says tho national assem
bly of state land representatives, held
last -May in Chicago, was the author
of the idea, which was embodiod in
resolutions passed at the assembly. It
h understood that bills on the samo
jubject will bo considered by the leg
jslaturcs o: man western states this
It is urged that influence be exerted
at "Washington to guard against loss
if school laud grants to tho state un
der the ouabling act, which aro liable
to total Ions, says the report, through
prhatp coal laud entries. When Utah
was admitted to the union certain tec
ttoni were granted to the slato by the
fodTal government as school lands,
hut no provision waa mnde that the
stato should apply for patents to the
'and. Consequcni.lv the general land
nrt'ci' has allowed "mineral entries on
'ho land and in some instances tho on
rvncn have actually received, patents
fiom the 'government to land that bo
longs to the state.
F'lrtbermore, big withdrawals of coal
land havo swept awaj- sonio of the
"chool soctious entirely, the stato be
ing unable to dispose of the land be
cause of the uncertainty of title aris
ing out of the conllict'with the min
eral law?. The board requests that
tcj be taken at Washington to pre
serve for the Ktatc the right to iv
for patent to these lands and the right
to haVe a linal determination made as
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to whether or not tho lunda contain
Concerning tho purchase of bonds by
tho laud board the report says that
certain rules havo been adopted gov
erning tho support of private irriga
tion projects by the board. Among oth
er things, tho board .will not btd in
opon marke-t for bonds; tho slate engi
neer must give a roport concerning the
feasibility of projects seeking to dis
pose of their bonds to tho stato; no
bonds will be purchased whore tno is
sue represents moro than 50 per cent
of the total valuation of tho project;
no moro than $50,000 shall bo invested
in bonda of any ono district; and the
ftatc engineer, at tho discretion of the
land board, shall havo supervision over
the construction of projects of which
tho board buya bonds. Thus doe3 ihe
board hedge its investments from any
possibility of Joss, auya tho report.
Details of the various irrigation
projects undertaken by the state aro
given in tho report. Tho Hatchtown
stato project has cost tho state $17S,000
tn date, and is now practically com
pleted. Nearly 6000 acres of the land
redeemed by this project has boon
sold to settlers at prices ranging from
$30 to 35 aD acTC.
Th.a Piute rcsonroir project dam is
almost completed and already holds em
pounded water amounting to 25,000 acre,
feet. This project will be extended in
its present capacity dnring- tho coming
Xearly half a million dollars has been
expended bv tho board on tho Sevier
vallev cannl. which has boon extended
as far as Conterfield, Sanpote county.
The board has plans to extend tho ca
nal two miles farther this year, thus
bringing thousands of acres under the
irrigation svstom i embraces.
The board has adonled a tuIo limit
ing i urehasors in the ITntchtown project
jfo H50 acres and eighty acres in l.bc
J3onda have been purchased during
the past year in thrco projects that
have been favorably passed on by tho
board the Green JCiver irrigation dis
trict, from which tho stato purchased
$50,000 worth of bonds: tho Cache Val
ley irrigation district, irom which $40,
000 worth were purchased, and tho New
Hopo irrigation district, which sold
$19,000 worth to tho stato.
The board has received so many ap
plications for loans under the farm loan
law as amended by the J009 legisla
ture that tho office force can not cope
with them and the loan fund can not
begin to accommodato them. Since
the law was passed tho board has re
ceived more applications for farm loans
than were received in the entire history
The board now has invested $3,414.
099 44. of etato money in municipal,
school and irrigation bonds and in
farm loans. For tho most part these
pay 6 per cent intcrost.
The legislature is askod to appropri
ate $1200 for driving experimental wctls
at points to bo designated by tho board.
During, ihe past two years tho board
has driven wells in various counties,
and though a flow has not been found
in all cases, water has boon discovered
that can bo pumped to tho surface and
distributed over the surrounding lands.
Lands in Forests
What to do with the stato lands in
cluded in natioual forests, which amount
to 200,000 acres, is a puzzling problem
to tho board. The disposition of these,
lands, is uncertain. One plan is to
exchango them for other landa so as
to place the state's lands all in ono
body; another is to surrender tho least
available lands for indemnity lands.
At any rate the board would like an
appropriation of $5000 with which to
defend the stato 's title to those tracts.
Need of a greater appropriation for
the general cxponse of the land office
is urged as imperative. During tbo bi
cqnium just passed a deficit of $7500
was encountered nnd tho prospects for
ihe future are no better. The board
has not enough office employees to keep
its work up to date and can not em
plov additional holp without an addi
tional appropriation. The sum of $450,
000 is asked to maintain tho office
during the bienninm to come.
Court's Eecelpte Increase
The annual report of the clerk of thol
civil division of the city court, filed with1
the city recorder yesterday, chows an
Increase In the receipts of the yenr over
those of 1311 amounting to J 1052. Co. Tho
total receipts of the year were $SS3.15.
During the year 1S7S complaints were
filed in the court nnd 131 trials were
held. A total of 1082 executions were
Ufued and 132 abstracts wero made.
Junior Club Meets. -The
Junior club of the Salt Lake hish
school hold Its first meeting last nlsht
at tho homo of MIsh Cordelia Strnup. This
Is a newly formed orjianlzation of high
school Juniors It is formed nlons fra
ternal and eorority lines. The club will
hold a. meeting uvery two weeks. The
house was deorra'rj fn t r'-l. s h rj
rcTj ar 1 t tr
INSURANCE OFFICIAL j
, WHO IS HONORED
LOEENZO N. STOHL.
GIVE JOLLY PARTY
FOR L0i0 STOHL
Employees of Beneficial Life
Surprise Manager in De
One of the unlquo surprise parties of
the season waa given by tho of
fice forco of the Beneficial Iife
Insurance company in honor of
Manager Lorenzo X. Stohl, at his
residence, last evening. About fifty per
sona were present to enjoy the festivi
ties of the evening. The occasion was
In celebration of tho closing of the
"Thrce-Million-Dollar Contest" for ono
year, which closed with the last of tho
Tho manager was groeted with an orig
inal song, a "take-off on his character
istics," composed by Cashier Leo E. Pen
rose and set to music by Secretary Axel
B. C. Ohlson. Tho song was rendered
by a picked chorus of twenty-five voices
from the office forco nnd was Fung with
much enthusiasm. Tt showed careful
practice on the part of Profeesor Ohlson.
Manager Stohl responded with a witty
speech to tho greetings tendered him.
This was followed with a short talk by
Manager K. G. Stringham of tho Conti
nental Life and Investment company,
who wa.i formerly secretary of the Bene
ficial Life Insurance company.
The remainder of the evening was
spent with musio and games, prizes be
ing awarded tho winners. Superintend
ent Frank Mozley rendered a humorous
A delightful luncheon wan served by
a number of the young ladles, and tho
evening was votd a grand succcsf.
TO BIND HIGH SCHOOLS
IN CLOSER RELATIONS
In an attempt to bring tho high schools
of the state closer together in both ath
letic and social affairs, a special commit
tee, appointed by the student body of
the University of Utah, has arranged for
a danco to be held In the Odeon next
Friday evening. Just prior to tho pres
ent vacation period, communications were
sent to the various high schools asking
their co-operation in such an affair.
Satisfactory replies 'being received, ar
rangements were immediately perfected
for the affair.
Tho dance will bo under the direction
of tho university, but will bo especially
for high school students. Invitations will
bo sent to every high school In the state,
In tho hopo of attracting a representative
gathering, nnd large delegations axe ex
pected to attend from Ogden, Jordan and
Granlto high schools.
Tt Is Intended to make tho danco an
annual event, to be conducted on similar
lines to those of the state high school
athletic tournament each spring.
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BREAKS A COLD IF1
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First dose o Pope's Gold Com
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After the verv first doso of "Pape's
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UTJII LEAGUE HOLDS
Development Boosters Pre
pare Programme for Con
vention Jan. 21-22.
Tho Utah Development Icaguo will
hold its annual convention in Ogden at
tho Weber club January 21 aud 22. Pro.
liminary arrangements for tho pro
gramme woro discussod at a meeting of
tho programme committee at the Com
mercial club yesterday afternoon, and
tho indications arc that tho forthcom
ing sessions will prove tho most impor
tant in tho history of tho organiza
tion. The first session will open at 2
o'clock in tho afternoon of January 21.
Tho big annual banquet will tako place
that evening at fi:30 o'clock, and will
be followed by another session. Tho
last meeting will tako placo the fol
lowing forenoon at 10 o'clock, whon
the principal business will bo the olec
lion of five governors and the installa
tion of officers.
It is planned to have leading men of
the stato deliver timely addresses on
subjects of vital, importance. While
tho list of speakers has not beon an
nounced officially, it is understood that
Gov. "William Spry, Mayor A. G. Pell
of Ogden, tho Rev. P. A. Simpkhi and
other equally prominent men will be
Tho great resources of the state,
suggestions and plans for their devel
opment, publicity work as a factor in
the development of Utah, and future
activities of tho league theso will be
among the many subjects that aro to
bo carefully considered. In this con
nection, tho league will, get behind tho
proposed bill to be presented to the
legislature providing for an adequate
appropriation for tho permanent main
tenance of a stato exhibit iu the Ver
mont building chamber of commerce
and for proper participation in the
Panama-Pacific International exposi
tion at San Francisco in Ifllo and the
Panama-California exposition at San
Diego in tho same j'car. It is under
stood that tho total amount' of appro
priation to bo asked for in $500,000.
Thoso present yesterday afternoon
were Frank M. Driggs of Ogden, presi
dent of tho Ioague and chairman of the
nroirranime committee: F. "W. Dunn of
Brigham City, Mayor Charles "R. Maboy
of Bountiful, Secretary Joseph 15.
Caino and Assistant Pecretar3' Fred -C.
Graham, both of Salt Lake.
SALT LAKER SELLS
Frank Beckwith has sold his incu
tion on an automatic temperaturo regu
lator, covered by United States patent
No. 8-1S.2S0. This invention wns patented
when Mr. Beckwith was a resident of
Evanston, "Wyo., to control temperaturo
regulation on systems of underground
steam heat, dwellings, offices, etc., by
clock control in conjunction with elec
tric thermostat?, so that the heat sup-
' ly may be coutrollcd automatically
uring either tho day or night and for
cither mild or colder weather.
HAS NEW MANAGER
A. W. Spencer, formerly with the TTotcl
Potter at Santa Barbnra. and more re
cently with the Jlbtol St. Francis at San
Francisco, arrived in Salt Take city yes
terday afternoon to assume his duties as
house manager at the Commercial club.
Mr. Spencer succeeds Harrv Lewi3. who
has given excellent satisfaction for sev
eral months past. Mr. Lewis returns to
the Yellowstone Park Hotel company and
hns gone to Los Angeles to tako up the
work of securing help for the park hotels
for the coming season.
Infant Is Buried,
i Funeral services for Anthon Snow
Jenson. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Jenpon. were held at the residence. 2157
Seventh East Btreet. at 1 o'clock yester
day afternoon. Interment was In the
Inward Ptlej. Fullness of tt Blood la tb.
Hetrl. AcMltr ot the Stomach. N&utft. Htirt
hora. DUkuic of Food, rullntn or Welcht la
the Stomach, Soar Ernelctlona, ElnVlnsr or Flot
liTlot of ihe Htart. Ooklnc or Suffocating Sti.
tatlont t'hen in a jnx poitur. DisinMj of
Viilon nSxxinat lc rising cuddeatr. Dou or
Wi btfora tho SUM, Fcrer anJ Dull Pain In
th Had. DeSctencr of Penptratloa. Yellownfa
of tht Sktn and Ef. Palo In tbs Side. Cheat.
Llnba and Sudden Fluibes of Heat, Uurnlsc ia
the FleaK A few doin of
W1U free tsa trttaa of all the abote rased
IS centi a box, At d.-j!iU, cr br mall.
BADWAY L CO,, 45 Lafarettt St. N. T.
Initrt tn haTlsc "nADWAVS" Pllla.
Hrfise lubtUtatt (AdTertliesent)
to the throngs who attended 1
the sale yesterday w
' Although I had expected to see a m
large number of my friends and f
customers at the opening of the m
sale I was simply astonished at the
crowds that came. All day long j
it continued, and only with great ij
difficulty were we able to close
the doors late last night. The sue-
cess of the first day demonstrated !
that the people have confidence t
in me and my goods and prices, j
Today we will rearrange the stock, j
bring new goods from the reserve j
stock in the basement and be ready j
again for the onslaught tomorrow, j
I regret that all who came Satur-
day could not be accommodated. ,
While there were twenty -two
salesmen helping me we found it
impossible to handle the crowds.
This is the reason the door was
locked part of the time. However,
no one was kept waiting long and
I hope none were displeased. By j
tonight we will be ready again j
with stocks in place and more help.
My entire $40,000 slock at your owii price
TOMORROW THE SALE WILL BE RESUMED
Be here early It's a great slaughter!
N If Good Qothe$
Iffjl J210 Main Stj
TO SELECT SCHOOL
llow would vou enjoy entortnininr;
book agents u)l day, and every day,
for several weeks? That is about what
A. C. Nelson, state superintendent ot
public instruction, and the other mem
ber.s of tho stntc textbook commission
have been doinc lately. Superintend
ent Nelson tor Home timo past has
given up a jrood share of his time to
listening to about fifty representatives
o textbook publishers, while they re
counted the reasons why thoir particu
lar books should bo adopted in the
Utah schools for tho next five years.
The commission will meet ngain
Tuesday to consider selections of books.
By that timo it is probable that the
commissioners will have digested all ot
the information that the publishers'
representatives can give them which
is considerable information and they
will begin the task of selecting the
books which will be officially adopted
in the Uiah public schools for tho live
years beginning with the fall term
The selection of books wi'l bo taken
up alphabetically that i; books on
such subjects as arithmetic will bo
among tho first to be considered. The
commission will no through the list,
winding up, pcrhnns, with books on
zoology. The selection of texts, when
every publi?her of importanco in the
United States is making a bid, is an
enormous task, and tho law requires
that it be done within thirty days Ho
there is littlo doubt that the members
of tho commission will hcavo a pro
longed sigh of relief whon the "2"
column of thoir selections is reached
and the job is completed for live years
CITY RECORDER ASKS
DETAIL OF FINANCES
Noble Warrum. city recorder, yesterday
sent notlPOB to all heads of city depart
mnUH Inatmt-tinjtr tliem to prepare at
once and nlo with the city commission
a detallMl, report of roqvlpts and expen
diture! for 1912 under oach account, full
details of balances and ovonl rafts and a
complete estimate of lis 1013 budget.
It Is planned to gather theso reports
at an early dale, o that the liudgol com
mittee may not be delayed In making
the appropriations for the coming yeai.
j A Blessing- to Victims !
Of "Sore Foot" Agony
Tho following li. absolutely the sureat
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foot ailments: "Dissolve- two tablespoon,
fuls of Calocldo compound In :i ha.iln of
warm water. Soak the foul In this for
fully fifteen mlnuto. gently rubbing the
sore parts." The effect let really wonder
ful. All soreness goes ln-
stantly; the feet feel de
Mghtful. Co-ns and callouses
can be peelod right off. It
gives Immediate rollef for
core bunions, sweaty, smelly
and aching feet. Especially
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chilblains. A twenty-five -cant
box of Caloclde Is said
to be sufficient to cure tho
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nnd removes the cause of the trouble.
Don't waste time on uncertain remedied.
Any druggist han Caloclde compound In
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his wholesale house. Published by Medi
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A $2 bottle of OIL OF EDkN (
pic 75 cents) relaxes, opens porcJ
lays pain, dissolves and removes ,,
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c vlifSrnia CO-OP MEDICAL C
capitalized at $2,500,000, divrtM
50 000 shares at a par V"uo "oi
a share, which is all working capi
No ono has more than one vote.
Selling price .of shares aro bj
on tho monthly income, wlfj
three per cent: Cash value of
33" vhK increase 100 per eenU
the income , increases 1 P
Open for investigation bv
of $3 to $1000. See r. Y yi .
felt. 330 South West Tempto
Q. pX 613, Salt Ufafffc
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