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B THE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 5, 1914.
CJ EALING the box containing the coins and other records placed in the cornerstone of the
I PROTESTS AGIST
I THE LEASING BILL
H Governor Amnions of Colo
rado Sends Telegram to
H Chairman of Committee.
El DENVER, Aprt i. Governor Amnions
mWM tonight sent a t?icgnim to Represc-ma-mWQ
five Scott Ferris at Washington, chalr-
H man of the public lands committee of the
H house of representatives, protesting In
the name of the majority of the people
of Colorado agai?.?t the proposed Mil
H providing for federal leuslng of mineral
radium lands In Colorado. In the mes
D sage the governor said:
Vast majority of Colorado people
are opposed to federal loaslng of min
eral lands. A largo proportion of our
territory and most of soma counties
are at present valuable only for min
erals and are most expensive to ad
minster. To relieve mineral lands of
general taxes would seriously cripple
the state and local Institutions and
would add to handicap of long freight
hauls for agricultural products. If
congress fears monopolization; let it
fix the limit of ownership or control
and punish violation by reversion of
title to the state.
Our people are unable to travel 2000
miles to these hearings. Congress
man Taylor, a mem her of the mines
and mining and public lands com
mittees, who was chosen largely on
this very issue, correctly represents
the people of th State, and I sin
cerely hop wil! be hr-eded on this
subject Our legislature, all busi
ness and other organizations, so far
as I know, have gone on record
against this and similar measures.
(Shields Sta lionerv Co. is now lo
cated at 1.3 Main, 6pp. Kearns bldg.
(Advertlff merit. )
IS MADE TO SENATE
Utah May Get Fish Hatchery
Site in Fish Lake National
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, April 4. Senator
Smoot today submitted a favorable re
port in the senate from the public lands
committee on his bill to grant, the state
of Utah sixty-eight acres of land In the
Fish Lake national forest for a state
fish hatchery site, reserving possible
con deposltB to the federal government
Pcnntor Brady today offered an amend
ment to the legislative appropriation bill
to provide an appropriation of 19700 for
continuing operations of the Boise assay
office for the next fiscal year. Repre
sentative Johnson will offer a similar
amendment to the bill in the house to
continue the Salt Take City office.
Senator Warren Introduced a bill to
Increase the cost limit of construction
of the Casper, "Wyo., public building
from $'5.000 to J62.500.
Will Succeed Strathcona.
VAVOOTTVER, B C. April 4 Sir
Richard McBrido, premier of British Co
lumbia, has been offered the position of
high commissioner for Canada, in Lon
don, made vacant by the death of Lord
Strathcona, and -will accept. The ap
pointment will be made In May. Sir
Richard Is now In the east
Widow's Tears Irrled.
FONT) DU LAC. "Wis... April 4. News
was received here today of the marriage
of Mrs Lillian Thorp Mlnahan of this
city to Dr. Lee Perrv Kuall of Riverside,
Pn!.. on March 31. " The bride was the
widow of rr. W E. Mlnahan, who lost
his lifo in the Titanic disaster.
I if f $
I ftp ilwuL muMimvj m
A Hardy three-year-old Oregon Rose Bushes. The ?
Mink following selected varieties, mUm
VP P,!r!ir' De Braaut, T. Eosv, flesh deepening to bright rose. WJP
5 Pau! eyron. H. T. Kich crimson, VT
jL M,mi'nJe3t0ut' n' T- BriPht silvery pink, bordered soft car ?
Kim Admiral "Dewoy, II T. Delicate pink, shading to white. JfftB
VUU General Jack ft. R. Rich, dark red. fMLTJI
5 La France, If. T. Delicate- silver pink, T
? tilorie Lvonnaise, H. T Pale lemon yellow. ?
K fVAR hite JjA Franrts U. T. Pure white. imfe
WlH yazua Cbarta, EL I Pink, shaded carmine. Tf IK
Vr -. - ' o:hetK H. T. Clear pink, charging to silvery rose, WJl
V Kaisenn Victoria, H. T. Ciear white, tinted yellow. VT
! . 7aa Karl ruschki, IT. P. Pure white. ?
UfUk Richmond, H. T. Don scarlet. UlXtl
I CLIMBING ROSES fa
; XP Mad Wagram. H. T. Constant blooming- pink Nflf
5 F!. M. Iicnn.-tto, 11. T.Deep cherry red T
? Marechal Niel. n. N. Yellow.
I U(h White Dorothv Perkins White.
! Kim Crimson Rambler, P. Red. IN 11$
"W 'limbing Testout, II. T.-S'olid cerise pink; does not fade. fOW
v fellow Bambler Yellow. f
I Pink Dorothy Perkins Pink. o
UAft Climbing Prau Knrl Dmschki, IT. R. White. lrVh
JUp M. JL Carrier, JI. N. Creamy white, tinged with blush and
H: Beginning Monday Demonstration of
I k O-Cedar ops and Oils. Basement.
8 ifr?h A Utah Product Dickson's Magic Car- )f
B Rim pet r-Jlcauor- lf,an8 Rugs and Carpets perfectly. Jjul
B Special demonstration. Basement.
m if if if i if if f if if if if if if
M MO FIRST
M . OWEIBiE
(Continued From Pago Three.)
account of the added beauty of tho
-tructuro, not merely on account of
erldo In usln? home materials, but it
will be approved front the utilitarian
viewpoint, because It has meant tho
establishment of new Industries in
stone working, which will be perma
nent and will add to the commercial
prosperity of the state.
It should also be pointed out that
the cost of the c-aplto! will be In
creased by lack of ground. The orig
inal site was t'o small. We havo
already acquired the adjacent
Kround on the east, to the edgo of
the canyon, and it will he necessary
to acquire additional ground on the
west in order to provide space for
the landscape gardening and parking
that will be absolutely essential ns
an approprlato setting for this mag
The members of the capltol com
mission also represent the various
Industries of the state, and have
brought to the task the experience
and tho ideals that they have gained
In the Industries upon whlcb (Jtata
has depended In the past, and upon
which she will contlnuo to depend
In tho future.
Industry Makes Greatness.
But, after all. It Is not Industries,
but Industry", that makes greatness.
Truly, "Genius Is mainly an alTair of
energy," and no matter If we had jU
the wealth of the world within the
borders of our state, without tho In
dustry and energy to develop them
wo should have no Industries, no
progress, no greatness. The bee hive,
fcymbol of Industry, which Is emblaz
oned upon tho great seal of the state,
Is tho Key to Utah's future.
The meeting waa presided over bv
John K. Hardy. Tho Rev Klmer 1
Go9hen delivered tho Invocation Bene
diction was said by Bishop Laurence
Scanian. One of the features of the pro
gramme was the music furnished bv the
State Industrial school band. These
young boys have had excellent training
and their music was excellent. Pr
on tho speakers' stand were members of
the capllol commission, members of the
governors staff, regular army ofilcers
stationed In the city, and the representa
tives of James Stewart & Co., contractaus
of the capital
GREAT NUMBERS OUT
OF WORK IN AUSTRIA
VIENN-.A. April 4. Tho AuBtrlan gov
ernment has temporarily suspended In
Gallcla tho severe restrictions recently
Imposed against emigration. This action
has been taken owing to the great In
crease In unemployment, which has re
sulted In widespread destitution. Great
numbers, both In town and In country,
arc on the verge of starvation. The ef-i
forts of the authorities to umelloraLe the
distress by means of public works have ,
Th0 frontier gendarmerie have been
Instructed to exercise the utmost leniency
In the examination of the passports of
young men Intent upon reaching America,
even though military Bervice has not
It la estimated that the normal emi
gration from Gallcla hag more than dou
bled this year.
WA8HTXGTOX, April 4. Orders of
February' 13 are amr-nded to Instruct
Lieutenant Frederick J I. Fouroar, med
ical corps, to proceed to Honolulu from
San Francisco, Juno 5. t
The namo of Colonel John IT Bfitoom,
Infantry, Is placed on the list of detached
oftlcere and tho name of Colonel John
S. Parke, Infantry, is removed there
from, Colonel Hamilton S. Wallace, quarter
master corps, relieved from duty as as
sistant to department qua lierrna sum-.
western department, report to command
ing general of that department as quar
termaster. The resignation of Second Lieutenant
Raymond l Smith, Fourth Infantry, has
First Lieutenant James G Boswell. in
fantry, report to Walter FV-ed general
hospital. District of Columbia, for ob
servation and treatment,
Captain waJter M, Wllhelm, ordinance
department, will make not to exci 1
two visits during Apill to works of the
Bethlehem steel works. South Bethle
hem, Pa.., In connection with Inspection
Th following medical officers are re
lieved from duly In the Philippine de
partment about August 1".:
Captain George W. Cook, Harry R
Berry, Arthur O. Davis, First Lhnitr.nant
Herbert. I Harrli? and John R Bn 111
Leaves of absence: First Lieutenant
Douglas W. ICcHenrya mr-dlcal corps two
months: First Lieutenant Harold o. i
Scott, three month.:.
Shields Stationery Co. is now lo
cated at 131 Main. opp. Kearns bid?.
Will Entertain Queen.
N'1TW YORK, April 4. Although no
definite plans have been announced for
11)0 social nnttrtalnincnt of tho queen of
Bulgaria, who is expected to arrlvi? here
the latter part of May, it is said society
will open Its doors lo the roynl vinltor
and entertain for her on a regal Hcalo.
tf ) if 1 i if if if if if iffl
MM n ITh UHn PI L Fver ill
list Remarkable rial Utah
E Been Opened at Ieilli01riei Co
'fm 'PcTIxt $T anc arce t0 make weekly payments of VL 1
XT WC ever to yu a
Double t he Payments and We
Preston or R. ff
Howard Player Piano mil
Iff Price of Piano . . . $285,00 IkI
! j Price of Player Piano $490.00 IWj 1
The Club Plan, conducted Pll
on a la re- scale such as we pro- iMw j
f$$ pose, will reduce the piano-selling - l'
z expenses materially. !U3 Sf
i Take advantage of this piano club. Get the piano you have been wanting so long. Onlyjk
: Jjih 'a limited number of pianas and pi aver-pianos will be sold at these reduced prices, Curae inwlf!
: sfp Monday and make your selection while the stock is complete. School will soon be out and theB"
! i children can devote more time to their musical education.
Each Tiano li Guaranteed bv Keitk-OBrien Co, and Aianufac turerwLx
j) CLUB ADVANTAGES R. S. HOWARD PLAYER-PIANO
. -, Important savings in -o- in their several .styi...s mak- almost unr rsal appeal As Piano.,
mu 2. Money back if i.. .; .vilhin thirty Hu-y are sweet, pure and powerful in tone. As Players, they anH
IWP davs under the absolute control of the perl finuT --opc;-at--d so easily 1
? 3. A supply of music rolls with eaeb playr M not to tire even a frail woman. II
fvlitJ pian(!' j- f . ... . And thev have a durability that surelv is not surnassedii
r Jmjovnient or iBstrnxnenl while the pay- - J 1
ments are being made. hY any instrument. M
nffi r 5!m Prepai! k0 llt"r"l0Wn Purvcha8er8,; The manufacturers arc one of the four greatest makers.!1
JVJU ). All money paid to apply to purchase ol f ri i i . '2 1
any other new instrument, here 'within one year. of Player-Pianos mechanics and player and piano grow into a
7. Free bench with player: piano slor,! with uarmomous oneness in their hands. J,j
vT 8. For every monthly paymenl made in ad- rn-i ui 1 " Without any obligation on my E 1
loS. vance" shortening the time of completing the club 1 tUS OOUP011 wllJ Onilg part? please send full inform a-
"Klin f),VTnont-s xvc rvc yu a cash certificate " of 5 per you full information and on a'-'-ut th- Keith-0;Brien j "
"Wv cent of payment pood for any merchandise in i dv - e xi Piano Club. i I
.section in the .tore. pictures of the instruments.
J 11 Vf,aS' corre8Pnie,lce uwe il! tousie ( vd jt out and mail lt 10 us- Address O
SPURIOUS CO! (RE
FOUND; ARREST HUE
(Continued from Pago One.)
Leichtor got a good look at tho man
who escaped, as diit Detective Zeese
when he wont ou1 of the court a'i
that tbo second man will bo taken is
Admission by Poters.
Potera is of Ctallan-FrencI exti ac
tion. He tolJ the detectivea that the
material Cor making tho coins wa pur
chased in Salt Loko, but at the tune
did not know that they had found the
bills of purchase from Sau Francisco.
Tin.' hi Ik r num. wliusu name or alias i1
mii to be E Edward Tefferon, is taid
to be also I 'n-nck Italian, though he is
1 rather Ught of compiexiou. Ho i:-: da
scribed bv the detectives as about five
feet eighi Inches in hciplit. 150 pounds
iu v.i iyht ami 22 years of n.io. Uo was
dressed in 8 gray sweater, blue aere
trousers and wore a gray cap He
dropped his coat in his flight, and
from it (he detectives got tlio bills
showing whet'' the material for the
coins was purchased.
Christians All Safe.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April i The
Aitk -rlcan rnt.yssy hi ; today received a
dispatch declaring that all the Chri3
tinriH anil r . -1 r i i .--tilents at BltUs, In
'i irkish Armenia, were nfe and had not
been molested during a recent Kuril
raid. Thf missionaries at Blills report
that tho Kurds were driven off.
WASHINGTON, April i A proposed
li. crease by the Missouri Pacific railroad
of L' i re nl.'-t it hundred piiintia In Lhe
frelghl rates on wheat and corn from St.
Paul, .Minn., to points In Kansas and
itt other btutes v.n suspended today by
tho Interstuto commerce commission un
til August t. An Inquiry will ho Insti
Odmxnandant Takes Charge
U EST POINT. N. Y., April 4.
Colonel .Morton P. Smith, recently ap
pointed commandant of cadets at the
United States military academy, ar
rived hero yesterday and took up his
new duties todav.
Colonel Smith, who until his appoint
ment a commandant a few week's uo
was a captain in the Thirtieth Uniti
States infantry, has been on duty, on
tho Bontbern border with his regiment.
He served as an instructor in infantry
tactics here from 1906 to 1010.
TO GET A
Beginning Monday 200 Pattern Hats, ranging in 4 A AA
price from $10 to $25 Your choice at i"UU
STEPHENSON'S HAT SHOP
274 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Miracle of the EyeAj
For th appreciation thown w
many customers wo will malHH ;
otrer again for Conference vvMfl
Monday and Tuesday.
ET71 Talk about your 2.0Q
y,a Ins here's the greatest fJH
Bgj We. challenge the WOrtO (
S Ever'vbodv knows that W'
HH beautiful, latest style nnfM
MR I-k-:u eyfirlftss is oM
Ml $7.50 a'-uJ as higrh as 110 a PVhi
gg by opticians every aHJ
ttTM cvorywhero. ... m J
warn To 't acquainted wltn j
SB hundred new and aPJ,r2,IiK
fm customers, we inake tne njia
H Ins iilthfuto unheard-of cTu
n For Monday and ufc
MM only, commencing April lomm
Tm v. o will examine your eyes
R lit vou with a pair or tnaMJKft
r?w t -i-the-mlnute oyefflasaeB, m -jra
BP fine epherlcaJ lensei B-
EH Spectacles of like qa1"
mU preferred, at same l0Iti
NS Only one pair to a "SkWl
The only condition lr5Df
fS li that you out out .JMlf
BM tlsement and brln " wua m
BS We are heaaauartera m
H perfcct-nttJng specU SLrHI2
E t'n and quality from W
fM 523 n pair. Including "SUmf,.'
BE Torlc or deep curve and "fli;.
KB tok Invlsiblo one-piece "ifit''
SB the highest grade of eye VJa
KM in the world.
Optical Department, m
I Schubacb Bros!
Hi Manufacturing Optician. f
109 So. Main o.
Salt Lake C'ty.
Or. Parley P Moore, a
H Dr. Robert Payzant. i