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Iilicirsellccctiilsf In Con
iiiino CqiiCiiCC1tIllFiltii tiil
ccoidlns < ortl11 biennial icpoit oi i
lie Fish and Game Commlslonci
ICIl W > Chamberi wlilch 11II Illcd
th Cov William Bpiy this moinlng i
lIe monotaiy lysh lr tlio stuto icsultlng
rOmt ditek malul > was fiomi
Jofo 15OCO1ndktietmonk the dlieK
In ving i jllicouraBid jmnv imoitsmei
om pureluiblng lleciihea and lliuollng
9 was tlicl ciihlotn JIuny lnleioiitlnt
1clS H3 well as vihmbl ici onimentla
ns arc eontilned In Jii liambuiss
mpialionslo report and In fict
3 nc pndltlpns throughout tho stttlu
shown tofcbi jtua beltai eondltlun
in eci b > fori 1
onccrntng tin ll1cltIJ1 lalyM 1
iuii1 ers MIVH Thu disease watf not
lined nlono to duel1 but was found
mon K lotc nlpcs ot itrlons spceics
10II tilt hcngiills
Iwer nnd oon umong th
Ich IMB yivcngors are sild to bo
mmune TItWti Iu fow OMCjitloiia
ore the water fowl woro not alfept
cI hy the dbcjt c I hi jO4t endeavors
f tills doputmont was put forth to
Ck the malady
Ofl other subjcets the icpoit fIt In
nr t
Ihorc wero taken fioni tho streams
nd likes latt r soavon at least three
imlie I fish than In
1t11 cs is many tI iiapo
10 tdttt sears whlih wtiie inlnelp illy
iout of tho Unco i t il Idles vlx East
Biook Hulnbow and Xntlve In
111 iling lartmouthcd blicU bitH s i
Boar rlor
kh ale riulto abundant In ar
Iml tilbutmlos dying nothhiB of tho
111clitlfi l fcupply In Utah lake and
lmlty i
Ihe nnlornl piescnce oC fish
oughotit tho wiiteird countieti tho
t to has led to the promotion ot prl
ulo pond Induftilcs among the imch
I1cnan fiuniPii rijiJilh extent that
nerons prlata eHlsens liao upon
theh nWI1I ptutilises ponds ill led with
cliQc lish olhbil and lllh
slight expense ir ImoUini only the
labor of si ailing ind building 1oiitLi
The Impoitmt aluo ot the f hill
industri to tlio hUUs Ineludcsi m t
11C the roM0 woith L llcen t
dlrect
the
ninth have bocn sold but pIe
ml uitage to tlie hotels rilhoads itt id
nln tinmen who icip the bunefll
IIO CB
from the mone bpent In our midst b
tourists lol own eltlron whu
truel throughout the rtiito olshi
hunt
huntWith trip fam tato hatcheries no
iHibllshcd halnu a hitching eapucit
nf ptu 12000000 trout frrpf year thll
oCI2OOOOOIt lakes oor where 11 tho
ill earns l ndlnt
tlPl abound with game llsl I
state liould abulml
BIll kttL Il of tile fish Indiitij hia1HO
true ot the g ime bird Industry
CtMJ BIUD INDU lUY
I leeommend atILfh IlchilrIIui
lie established In the at ito whero a II
ot thu piesont native And Impoitc
stock of gnnie bluls ein bp leplcnlshe
ind otheis addt bv Impottttlon r
ilt oUJiIilliI1h natuial ncfar
h uno birds inlni to the rrcut eiret 1
Inill bcrrj food 1 1 al I1Inco In th < nol
leeesaes of lhcn al lslnlic suit
< IJll and fields hI
net Still In the allcvH i tcids
ivintei Ild Utah being mldwnj betwee
lie Colorado game bird pioiouo I mt
motlici one In Oregon Intennoiintal i
iitciest would immediate ho attaelic
tli It Xo fow fanelers are aniou
nnltint iml nio willing to dsit In
li
he ostiibllshm of this another IT
out resource >
llu closed season di lnwhlch
ThI1c0 UeclnUlg
Imi no sIt ocd lug has been
Ilu sni ulUd In tlc 2retCflCe I
nS ruitti of pine hens groiic pno
lens i pinlrie ehloknn i I IqnU
hleh pioxes tile assertion iiilf
ilmost impel II idhlt some l ti Itinst1
lehcd wheieln tlio winged jmn
lcdlIi I Insuio peiirot
c an ho prcsened a 11 rj
Iulm it leist pencil ithil Miootlm
tthoiit material deereost
p1oIEct8oD BIRDS
Our public school should toaeh 111
OliP blo
in chmcntar ol sCtho ulrn 11 C
I m natlc birds lo the hmbindma I
till to the hum in frmlhllic llo
oitsm in IM tho poivnn lnlr lti
timed tie great alue of thcs
ilrd I icspectfulh laoommond tha
Vpiil Utli of cich yeiU oommonl
lil1 Vrbo
non as Arbor Day bo mado
iiid Blrclday 1
PtlEDVlCWY 4NIMALS
1 1ieiaton anluals 11101 n lea lnGi
lotwltbstandlng the bonnl ofieiod W
IIOlwlthiln them Host vicious am 1
letilmontul i to dooi young fawns
iiittlopc in Iii IltUhi shot oil
dome II1
shnep and all olhri
rtlet IH
en 111 11 0IhtWllln1 i li
mslus
ml curio mlipalt 111I llngll
1ief
Jlf D Ui hseU 1P
Jnit simtli mill Main SI
UluliW nlUei tJo I ink
ltl1jfi n stlYeittt
New Years Dinner
I SI 00 a Plate
SI IKV v imkIio n to
Mnki < vimi l < Miitlc lit lillr
Wl mt tlllltHSMUUl aiIItiin i IU I
Spielal iiiiile act Hi utlv flrCJZlICII
imiiii J PJIC lllal91IteruIICIr
MM TAlHiPS hM ljIO UP UJ >
snnvji >
u 11 5nrifr v rO ItDi
JJCLJlr1il Jr
Alukc this your O
Your Jcsohifil1
T will slide IQ IcING
COAL il LWi 319 other i
lWi cluiihjj tlic rycu
i t11
1911 c1 If t
Signed
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iMiffu iotis < i
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Crllchlow Visclipr Kltllo
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CnblotaddieasViBtfueo
Phoned d 710 73VMalnsSticoe i
Fti Hffl 3Pf3 l
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Its nlco geltingthem nh I r 1 iget
ttnfrHhem < oiitrJlBut thoroa away
OASOARETSare known > to f hundred
of thousands fotvtho i naturaliond
flint t dif9t Virt nxrtnv St oer
VfTt Vl thoY lcmlQt lhoJ systeni g X
drinking Bproiinrot111aoxjnyotr
ipoketofOASOARETs iiurvu VMW or
two surc when you gotobedthen i to
tnon ow trill pleasant itltn SM
CASCARETS box Weeks treatment
I
senlAI drugdt UlKRrst scllT
in the vrotlJ vMilIloa bores a month
i tho inminluliih aio Iho mountain lion
timber wolf sneaking iootoland the
w ildcll Brown and eommon beat aro
lot nil hl lticieose <
itL
P91Itt InucaMn In nil initi or
the htalc tlt 1 rcco 111 nil t 1m tlO
person shall be permitted ID kill moio
than ono 11Iil1 rhigL seuoii the
a imu being i malo
<
A few ollv aro found In the roitli
cuMern part of tho stale len eau
ami vlsllanea li f oxeiclcd bv lie
wardens to motect them and IniUiu
i no mnlostutlon
Antelojie nio Inci easing In Kane
Washington mouth ban liun aaj
Cther ttiUitlK in border coon t It H
Mountain Micop aio found prlncl
p illy In liu snnlhirn mountain rmgcs
and observation favon an luereiso
time Inco the toV foiblds killing at tiny
JACIC ItAlUUTP
j Talk iibblts Iwllrtn the iinpio
Icetod UHlalclhQ cause of muCh
tioublo and annoyante li tin depnl
le lol iioimt of foiiigiioi bilm
permitted to kill them without n HIOIIM
ind at tho Ut cUBc kill othci rale
uiiluxvtiilv I Iboiefoii roeommerid
Unit foiolgneitt ho rdrhtil red to pmelmsc
i gunnels license foi Jl J to Kill jaeli
iibblts only which should r lu ll0n
lln tinjirotfrctcd list
HOI nvi ASSOCIATIONS
Within thlh state thiro are about 1l
jamo pro ttct I ye ttU5Ohii I huts In all
nl I
iiiulnir a membejhhjp ot about SOO eltl
wits miinv ft v horn bavo been sworn
11 au dcputv wuidenc and without pity
mo rendered efflelcnt ervlee to tin
itnte npprohending v lolatot oCthe
tllerJllrt1 and educating the
noplu Iii the preset vatlon of the
Ish and Kami If these associations
continued In their eampalgn of edo
rtmicd yarJI
atlon theie HIUo few people whu
vlll want to break the law Mas they
ontlnuo in the good work
Tho report shows an expenditure ot
iCOJSSOfi durlngthe years 1M91910 The
ocolpts for licenses Hold and fines eol
cetcd during inOD amounted to 3013530
tho number of llcensea being 25G15
3uiing 1910 27201 lleenscs wero Hoi
ringIng together with lines 3rit75i
tolht1 dep nlmcnt
Every n mllulhc stite has bene
Hted by the ctenslvo fish hatcheries
if the ptate tlsh and game department
2oncernlng bass fishing the report
inys
BASS CONDITIONS
The Powell slough situated aboul
four miles north ofJhemnlthJCtlc
Provo river was designated by the
legislature us the I hatchery o f
the lltC I being the largest sprhv
Itbelnr
tributary to Utah lake The location
lo an Id2il ono and comlltlons are most
favorable since the propagation of
ullh
basH Ince done tint I uidiUhly At
least SCOOOOO were hatched hi l09 hut
4000000 In 1910 From thin irce1
bounteous sitock abounds In Cache
Boxelder Weber Salt Lake Sanpste
bob lind Toocle counties To thrifty
TunbWt tooclc llsh
and good producers this gabby l
nll most promlslnpr losnlts tUltJ
offers reslls
present time larce bass ll11 most
pre Ith the
with
mentionedwhich
nftheilnccs t
of rcilloICl1hlch
niplil growth by next season IIC
1 I last
ford even more real returns thaljllst
season COJIMON FISH
COiIIO 1lSH
In TJtah lake Jordan river DIr
river and the Weber river common
rlcrmif but not to exceed
Increasing tolxcoet
fish are Increasllg
demand since during last season
the
sli half million
one and alutlrmllon
than
mOl Ihlon and consumed
caught
pound ieeuiglialtconiilre
and nearly two million ounlithls
uII the market Is not overstocked
season yet
with
stocked One example inlght
it clcd On Dec 2
via
profit bo mentioned
pllhom Haul was made with
of this Spanish ono Fork rlverand 17000
tahoe near most
cd
i ls or S > 6 lour were secured
pounds tt and they were
ot which were carp Iq
of the state
shipped to different ijarts ofthestit
f o
pound
bein sold at Hi cents per pouldiO
b cars at Provo
CATFISH
il at a remarkable
luoreaslmc ICI
Catfish uro lng
to
be permitted
leuI IshoIItbI Clmittett
able
be nuhUill seasons of thayear
l JNGIiol IIBII
Altcutins t lit claims ot thla depart
ef Hlgt hl of fish exists
vast nupiber Ish
that a
m nllluJIu t1nlihor quan
bavo but to refer to time great
m > re the
lil almost daily d rnblho
ctdht a1ntusti
itftRciuslit 1I l
lishlns scaron 111 all parts of the state
fshh liiost rormou occurrence
beep a
It has
11iHlceJchngtcI cticot cars
outlreetcurs
m1 won
men
to gee I 11CI a
only on
laving been for an ILIcununnnlyt1r
iiosstuuscij of a
lip for recreation nnd ICglii
the lallroad
O
On ntlloall
mcecssful oHch
11 ces rooils hi thOCUI
ralnd on the wa < oii 1011s II
lly
the countiy lonll
and ovor
n nI CIu
ons tl I ii
all luivo llslilns
trips
cunipiiK
jeople on tljlIlm
le JIOnCu country
Tho c
tthtO
o
ci
ackle and llch IIHIiO
Ilckl 111lch a
ooiintHs entry
tho u
in all n f mt
tot cI 1
nltoC reopie
ol llBhlUK tacllc beeauso OJ11
ittick tl Or
6tck IH1 thoio ti
wlioro
and
nih o Ihcrth
dollRlilert to II
1Idr lghtllt merehunt would
10 llfh to catch what IUelCil1twnlhl
tuckloV Tho t
I urry Ibjhlng joule has bsvn paid Into
S60COO or
ivor limiting
60C fishing and
depaitmc forHshll 111til
O hfdclull uppro
the ixjoplo
Ironves urovoc that l tjlto 11
k1fC lrOY ot fish and game
liito
hate tho piesoiico fBInul
today
of lids InUustvy tular
is true t tl1311iluHtlY
WIIICitlc uf nnothor Benson
hi unuUIO
vlll ho doubly FO
Wll ot trout
vlien thto eIght or nine million
t1llrht l hatihed and
vhloli this doaitmcnt iltllcl1
ilanleil during the past r seaaon mnturo
DEATH OF MRS NICHOLS
Utah
of
a pioneer
Mis Ani IIUiols
Hod In Uiiniion waul Ihuisdav at thu
llrilu
76 Mil wa the mother of 15
ago hllilon of nlno ot whom nio living Mrs
and foul son
nl duighleih nl
o gli
wido
snvcial voaib n
Xlehols was for HI t r
rh
oftHprlns
cilIate
1ii addition to her Immcdlxtn and 43
SI Kiandclilldron
loavoi r1ilclil
gUalKrandchlldnn Hha ill he burled
Jraiikhlhln sol
J waul meulinghouso
iou tho BCnnTon wttt t liJiollltiti
ut 12 oclock Kunday
FUNERAL OF W MDONALD
The funoiil of Willlain JIuDonald
lii Cottoinood
un early Mittlci of Big
Ii the waul meetinghouse
ii1itIId In
Irft Amor the spcdk
liifivv1 tifloinoii AmO set
i s
InleT addujscs >
di tl lscs
ih diliUiPu lelacl
eii t lug who 1 01 < mcH conecrnlpg lhC Ilerlhil
iloncfoi neio
tilt
l of
h1 ti lilf John Suth
Holm CL lu il IJohl
Jlmilc1 Inlnl BHnton BHhop
tt1htiitiitiii Dmlcl 1 pInl liJihOP
of the tulrv
a
bud elmr 0Ic jioiv
MHoiAatot
furnished
muulo aHfUrll
J fy I tho ljJrWllalemuull a puilbwiois
ijy Fuiuclii G Mcl > on lUl
1IllclllG11eDonaW
wmii OM fiiI0Vi0 David McDon
TUtaln JlcDomvld pnhtlcDon
lid LIhiniiu tlowaul V JloDonild noctlMC
ami OKII Il ldcr
1Ji iahgllilfO ai1llCIit I
cHdED WIT I AqrAN Y
c i t
Ijllllo Andeibon
and IIioArlcSiI
Jfliv Blown ulI
1 JI vvho entcicd
vnijiancy hdCHclctl
dJlll uliune
lr BUlHy hqforo liulgu
IQoro
lcnlpC not 1I
ii ft OrflIOhi eli held
AVhltakcr rrlda i
VItIliCI umlii bonds ot WOO oach Iho
lfit 111111 i1mlls 5
lefoltln Jan
mcIOttgJt
citJdI3VcjIt ovii fUI Jll
10 LflO1 cO mmXBJ
lOYUOSI ifi I concerned that
iff tO
1 lute
11 uiIohhgemtJntIntbir 1
° mS
lJ np JnlNIII
j i I tifeVuubVaid Publicity PJ 5 tllle
ii
i of 1tli Inb ril PI 101
biilo niomber ilf IhoHiildi Iii iii h lltJ
j A U > llubbardiim1 WllltunuSpJolbcrir
I I i
A Tl n l5fiRI RflTRIT ftl I
iltfa lnNMBNTO
=
raw p puct
Stirring Resolutions Condemning
Existing fielhods Are Adopted
By the Sheepmen
TARIFFTjNKEJNQALSO
i ia I
f
I
Sjmltul IJLbitf > JuK s tin S r lnncr
Hit1 I jlltl ittis I i iliJnj 1 fluinotiii
Ibg Illllllft nllClteu il
SJrIhitg 3Uitlutis tuini1imiumJig llu
iiPthodi of the foreslij 1 ilU9utrt
tlio go tern mine t is applied In the for
cI icriM In Utah md jspcLiallj on
12 Iantl ie < ie lOoptul by a meet
Inn nf Uui Pete lountv iLipmcii hurl ii
Bailie hlUe1i1Y uoit pt eueuittl it
thci Htu0hll of tlio IHUi Wooliroi
15 1111 itlon hold citirduv ittcinuu
The 11 ollitloiis ucio t tie onici of H
ipliiteU dlsiUiloii In hh the roIIY
r the Kiyveinnunt was riilucd to bn
he direct cii ii to o the distinction of tlio
ihtcp ind iiini mdutn In thIs it ilc
A ir olutlon was aKo pusuiud
dolt titI mil vuudorseih xptLdi g tin
icntlmcntJ or til lit ill Ito tigro tvurm
lth Hsptcl I I itnitiHctl tnlfC thu her
ii rIte iL oliitlon Is uldrovMd lo
lenatois Heit Sm toot mil dcni gc hillb
rliml n miii Coii8iConiin Io cph I hiv
ell at Wimlinrton llu remuolui thin ji
o iljlnalb adopted bj the Mantl Na
loinl Forest Woilgiouiis1 isorlatl
t ollows Mt Ik is ml Dee JO 1 ho ics utliuui
As ttu millers ind home bulldeip of Sari
IlefIid luau rotintln btate of Utah
uuhclllle
ie protest inoct tainestlj against any
rCRllntf in rfcience wi lit the
ntcnt tariff on iool
lolieng the unsUIInd ind nnuatls
nttoi condition of Die wool nod lout
on miikpts Is duo totle proposed
inNon of schcduU Kiwllch sild
ondltlon coupled with the pool ranges
tlio fUhcnjC rnllni o the forestry
juioiu the hIgh co sttC prod uctiiu of
GU commodities me most d coniag
np and disheartening therefore bolt
IleioHid that we iligu > ou to do all
IuyOhur or to prevent lurthci tinK
iiincf whim the wool aehodulo
ncppectfully subinlttedr Mantl Jva
lonil roust Woolgiowcrs iiclatloii
In muss eomenton at Mt Plcannt
Utah Dec 20 1010
Signed
SignedJAMES MONbEX President
1AMES
I GEORGLl CIUIISTENSEV
Secretary
ADVICE FRQM GOEUXOR
Gov Spijs address of welcome was
fill encouragement to the wpolgrow
ers nltbousli1 be Hulthe realized that
the Industry oC ihe llockmastnrs had
received some lifird kniicks and stood In
Imminent dancer of inore heavy blows
Oovi Spry advised the sbecpnicri toTor
gaiiize eftcctivcly ami to iHiveftlsj their
buslite their needs and their pur
poses The expciitlvb told the sheepinon
their bVisness must be conducted oil
tbl basis of nW oilier larse business
aiid should be bundled front a line cll
stnhdpnlnt Tlio governor also prom
ised them any consistent aid In their
endeavors to inalntalh tim industry
which meant so much to this stale
LIYEY DISClSHO
After the presentation of the address
InCenltlon
of Homer Il Feint either of the grazing
department of the forest rorvlco this
state which was presented lit The
tlio dlsciiH
Neivs yesterday afternoon thotsCl
slpn lucanie Ifyely S After several mem
bers had lipoken on the subject lames
Mohsen president pt the Mamuth Nation
al Forest Vo6lgfc vels association
i n which had
iiioscnted tim resolutions hlel
beeni adopted by the iissoclitlon for
the consideration of tlio sta te conven
tion The reiipliitions were fully dis
cussed and nflbiited by the CO 1tJn Il
Tlin resolutloiu wcroris foIloivBi
We rariiicrs and home builders qC
Sanpete and Juab counties userB of the
Mantl mitlona I forest reallzlriff that our
Industry is on the verge of destruction
ionthe
niake this last despairing uppcal
ngalnst the orjislilJis blow about to be
dealt us In thoi shig d7 cent
reduction of Hocks
rellclolof Inauguration of the Manli
hatloiial forest each yen r has been full
of cliaiiges hew rules and broken
pledges to bo succeeded hy harder con
rlltlons thOU promises never fullllled
rlltoli were promised that tlif1 protec
tive limit should be thanunihcr which
would make it profltablc herd we vcro
promised i hit olin tlnie record should
uoycrn later 1100 was to be tlio pro
JO lllntir Ufeii 7Sn t cnGOOnnll
now IL l7tn lOIent eutoh all hocks
yumbbrlnpf ovor 20i In ordered
1hItTi I YIN DEBT
> Ve verc told that 1C we bought land
to itin uU sheeii upon part of life time
would be given a pVcfernnce so we
we
c wluld Ilruelnce
toll cit t hind running lioavlly In debt
to do so We wero told IJ worlmiiroved
toil we WIll be foeMlf we
ofuIIs and burns It wpiilil give its
liiillt KludK all lln wnlllfhol
i bolter staiidlug We were told to get
in riilylbory board iitid wo would liiiyo a
vblee In affalrs Bijt 011 advisory
tioard Is never ohisti lIeu becauso it
ias beiMi Iniiiopslble to roinply with
Llip nitthI louis hi Its fotmout thou I Is
uhyI lairs that I hue eonditlpns Imposed
tho
of jiroventljig
thb PUljloshofj
WHO fi01
formation of a board that Avoiild btv
ijcogiilned Vc were lull wo should
cud part iir till ot thii winter
feedllt ti setlilhss AVO did Involving
nirpclvos hi debtS ami obligations that
nlrrclri11 Avltli thrt letter and
nilght 11Ilh Jclex
ve lip spirltvt the rules regulations and
leiVaitincnt
two uUadebuy llef rcslllepilrlment
Tjie proposed lliIII rcducp the
ntJr ol1oe to Vibout SflO hticia
li1i too largeUo keep onthuefnruut I I
ami too mall to run on the langc n
smullormumber 1 not profitable
on cither t
1 rSAY Vi protest CUT th 1 it UNXnCESSARY laid cut IB absolute
ly imnceesniij beeiusc1
Flrat although thmciu3e PUi0wds
tliiilile EJliLj deeado tho bhcep eimo
hoini tin1 summer jiinse jjlu excellent
condition1
Seixilnl the offlceis of the for s
er ndinlt the for st was not u 0Verl
grazed
Tlilid the i alltni Btilp to
mllps yl ft til lIb > leserved for water
shed ami bitOii1 gruyed nftcr Aug 20
does nut rt1uqtileutrea to be grayed
rmiilh v < iy man oonri > iiil will
tin omIHon ijf the fortht knows I t
xjll su oot the mimbei 000 gnrei
thcieupoir
1I1Y1rus who huc lesldcd hcrr <
for ihfty riis ind used the lunge for
moore than iquitei or n lentuij be
blare i jild order Is inn illed for antI
If carried out Will desitroj our prin
cipal Industrj
Our Iocjkh hOve om tn the whiter
laiifjos nnd uc not In condition to bp
put on the market In all piob ibllltj
hues w1l11Je till poorer In tin spilng
If forced pl1 thue j arket now they
would notgay the freight Wh iliouli
tsI be put In tlls pniuJ uncut in ordei
tlmi a rid inty be indulgod In
Vp tltiefiri appeal to each nf3ouu
I tn help Us II Pert tho disastor nu
thl ntr ihi oui Indiistrv ooishado
In7 Ivorsi legislation I foi maikits
rtlheisp 01 ln I ind ill of tlm Ills that
I inn oe itlon jj hell to
QbJST1ON OF ItJfS d
VI ii euut that the fnrtlui I < lrlc
lInn of j r iilng on tho uli find hIll h
pnxent d nn Mlnj llond1 Piloi to tin
IlInl1IICIIII guilmj on the foiest
I lieu uu lloodu M a ilimglng
eharaetd ami we nsert th it till
tJntJlIIIIItiflrlIio Ihc slock
InduMn ire fai In ilHof utny lea
I or fincled dam irjes ° eiusid bj Hoods
from hitopi oUrt the eon tent
I limll al thowc nlortlicd mtil ho pie
hervcd to the fumei Is Ingch a riuis
I tion of giatus between tho cittlcmen
And tin sheepmen
In spaki nmg on the uesol mu I lotus Mr
Mohsen docliired thc Hoods which
imaged propel tj to sueh in extent
ore not causul by sheep gracing Ho
further declared that the forestry of
ficials aw giving a1ltllo land to the
stocKmdi and prictlcallj none to the
shooimen
Jonathan Heaton of Fane county de
ircd tint sheep are really a looted
ion to the forests
I QUESiJON OF PINCHOTIS1uT
I XSoIlHonor Mariti paid that no
om kne the conditions on the ranges
so well is the ni tIljo were on them
all time time ami that the forest of
flcKH do not 1 now what some of the
regulatioiib the > ire making mean to
I tho sheeiniicn
Chalnmn Cindl Hid of the eonen
that the moat
lion was ot lie opinion
lei his ccaS lii1nlJe a question ot
eonsm ulun but H now got to be
slmplj a matter of Plncliotlsm
I whleh means Uelle notion of tho
I sheep Industis What Is happening dlat to l
theMantl forest tot l ay M r an
uledhItteui would happen to the other
forests tomprrow
C 13 Stewart secrttary of the Utah
WoPlgrowers assbclntlon I hdea
spirited talk In which ho declared
that tho sheepmen miist lake the in atr
ton up with unity aol Vigor and they
ot the
heart
must i tl1Itollihtltthohelltt
trouble The sheepmen are becoming
disheartened10 saId Secretary
Stewart ing lie Iecare3 that often the
slieeinnuh are not een given a heur
tlio forestry iofilclals He advocated
Iiig by
vocated taking thei rratterifp with the
Graves He declared
head forester Mri
ed that tliKie are oBe fhundred thou
slate
sand acres of land In this
which he claimed were exceedingly
zlnrl nd yet the forest
grazing
sheep
service Is Imposing these regulations
s exceedlnglt
Which ho claimed wove exceed ingh
tinjust Jlr Stewart clt tl numerous
Informed
crises In which he hailbeen
tlie forest service
of the cuts which
making annually In the number of
Is national
tlie
sheep allowedto graze on
fiie ts
COMMITTEE XAMED
W D Ctind hand who had
Chairman
over the gath
been culled to lircltlcovor
brlm on account of the indisposition
uPI > ldenl E II Calllster theii ap
on
the fbllowlns cbinmlttce
liointed
1ullons1 It Kavlins Salt Lake
resolutions
leH uV D
county IC formic Tooelu A
lIulidSnnJclc iJ B Baahnelj
Ciihdland Icy Kane E L
Klndley
MilUirdJ John
Herrlagton
Iron F W Horr1
Clarke resplutloiis committee
fhe
WeberThe held n liiiinodlutoly after the
cohVeiitlbii adjourned i to
vote of thanks was I
V Conimeiolal club for the Invltiu
tho Counni to the sheepmen to
lIollelcildiillLO
llon and take advantage
a
building
the now
visit
ot the club
of the privilege
vantage luring their visit In the city
MAHniAGE LICENSES
Charles E Carlgren of Suit Lake and
Iva P Ooodall of Saiitaquln
Coil X Cironnlns of Sclplo and Ethel
M Gushing of Kaiilanun
tHIHannah
t ChindKfen and
Carl August
S Hallerstiom of Salt Uiko
> and
111allll
of Moroland
1 ITohn H Mmihon
Qiao Crystal of American Fork
tloCI
J M Uufihncll of Branson and Eva
G bowman ot Butto
lelsot
Fred II Senior and Anna Myers
Salt hake
I and Cora D Uak
Dr P E lohansen
I
of Fait Uiko t
er
George Iowe of Salt Lake and Gci
trudo E Beckwith of Denver
FranU T Wl1Ilu illS > and Irenn Felly
of Salt Lake
Albert O Uouinii and Myrtle B lieU x
7ei of Lay ton
P P Barber ot Pooatcllo Ida and
Evelyn M Mouchow of Dunkirk NYt
Louis Levy ot NOW York city and
Jean OliisPi ot Salt Lake
lames W Bailey and Matilda Bar
1
rett of Provo
Xikola Majeioviq and Maro Farko
vloli ot nlngham
HI Up Franco of Salt Lake and
Nettle F Hammer of Denver
W Gi I OWIT and May Olsen ot Salt
Lake
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SVENSKA NATIONAI TKUPPEN H
the Svensko National Truppen eon
StochthoinSctctlcii1
tcromsloel Sweden
< to I lscdcnitlle
t omlns direct from
two singers two delsbo violinists pianist
solo
trio
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slatliu of ladles brilliant dramatic reader from the Royal then
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and Anna Grotn Adameon ovenlng January 1 in n
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WKATHKR KOIUCAST
For Salt IalicClty Show and some
what colder tniiJRht Sunday generally
frill
frillFor Utah Tonight snow colilcr ill
tsest portion Sundaygenerally fair
Shippers forecnst It will bo some
rhm colder tonight along all railroad
lines leaving this city
WEATHER SUMMAV
The high pressure area central over
Texas yesterdayhas advanced rapidly
to tlio northeast attended by much
colder weather In the middle anti the
J > ew Knglaml states The northwest
low now covers the eastern slope of the
THA1XSPROM ORPHANS
Directorsot Homo Kxiiress Gratitude
To Maiiy Uunors of Gifts
The directors of the Orphans Home
and Day Nursery1 wish to thank lie fol
lowing persons whose gifts enabled the
children to have a happy Christmas
There wore some names the matron
failed tog but these donations were
Just as thankfully received
Mrs KstliVr Kylcf Iii Mrs nob
ortHMr arid IIra Harries Dr and Mrs
Ilarlaii Mrs W Cunningham Mrs
John Dora Mrs wTmmer Mrs Slojnlr
hslG Webber Mrs Walker Inter
mountain lodge 1C 0 I Mrs Mont
Perry Mrs George W Jiitnani Mrs F
R Stephens Mrs lD Freed Kin
I3Vwnlnpr Hardware Co Auerbacli
Bros John Sharp Ierc Young William
Ferry Truman 1 Ferry Marshall Voting
Herschel Line Edward Ferry Hdchcl
and Ellen Evhnsi Keith OBrien Mrs
Frank Harding Ryan and Vcrder
Grcehwald Furniture Co Charltons III
Cent Stors Mrs Bamberger S Savages
S h oliioj name sent Miss Emily and
MasterJack Sweet Mrs Beer Mrs W
W Armstrong Mrs Van Colt Mrs E
0 Howard Mrs 11 K Masters Junior
Lafrueof HI IT Church Mrs E Hi Don
mood Emerson school Eighth grade
Oqiilrrli school Miss HosBers a room
Mrs D C HqbortS the Misses Evans
Mrs Ii Jj Archer IrI1IMIHA F
Mooily Mrs T F Thomns Mrs B X
Smltli Mrs lh sMarririrw Mrs So
Slesel Gertrude lrljJPiIrS Ito
Eehbaum Miss Helen Allen Mrs
IC Miller ahlldrcn ot UIG S
Sunday ichnpl Union Sunday school
Mrs Giillnghcr Mrs F D Sniith Mr
Vogler O 1C SMlipahriiJl1 Uylids I
chapters Mrs A F SchenckOr arid
Sirs Di MooreIJridsey Miss Dorothy I
HamberRer Miss Elsa Dambprger
Tralnlhpr School of UniversIty Mrs I
M Braiisford Mr chas Young Prim
tiny UhibiiPresbyterian aunday school
lsahelle and Gordon nice
Pockics where the temperatures av
i
eraso somewhat higher Another high
or unit I 0311 afle Is aiproaohlng this
Ccliii try liver tins flanaillan boundary
near ulonttu Ito accompanied by colder
weather The liidleatloiis are for snow
ami somewhut icolder tonight Sunday
will 10 Bcnerally fair
cosiPAitATiyi DATA KOH sAir
AKE C1TV
The highest temperature yesterday
was 12 dcBrees the moan wasG de
trees AVhleb IK 7 degrees above nornial
The lowest temperature this morning
was 25 degrees The temperature rec
ord for the month shows an accumu
lated cxec sofIOS degrees which Is
an average uialk MXCOHS of nvor3 tic
Rrwe The teiiipuruturo for llio year
averaged JS degrees abovu normal
The relative humidity atG pm ycn
lurday was 84 per cent and this inoriir
lug III tim Haino limo was ST per cent
Tim total precipitation during the
past 21 hours vtts11 lSlnch making hit
DeiOnibertnUil 113 Inches which iuiO21
Inch bolow limo normal The total prc
ctpltutloh for year 1911ywas 1122 IncItes
wrichisI 172I Inches below iiurmal
and will unit
The sun rose at 751 am
at 50J pm
The moon rose at Sll am11JII111
set at D03 pm
JImk 11 THlKSSKNi
Section Directors
DlroclnrI
MODERN SCHOOL BUILDING
H + + +
j > + X + = > + = H H
THE THTTRBEE SCHOOL SPAMSH FORK
II CiiiitnliiR lr
It
This Handsome Structure Was Erected n cost of 330n
HMins Incliidlnc Olllccs anil Store Booms Kniiliiiicil In UiijloDate Style
HOIiTDAT EXCDnSTOXS
Via n n G tH
One single faro rtho round trill
between any1 two stations In Utah
Minimum fare 25 cents Tickets on
rale Dec 23 425 2G ITanI ly
loot until Jan 9lli returning Also
one single fare for tho round trip
from points III Utah to Salt Lake
lied 27 US 29 30
WK 10 JOB lIlIrI7G
low Is yoiir atonic of Letter Heads
luivclopes Bill 1lendB nod other 6f
lco supplies
Let us flKiire with Clnonli1nnk
hooks rortlllontcM booklets oIre
COlItIS in fact anything in the prti t
In llrif
nIl mSfmT rws Jon D1PT
54 A Worthy Resolution
the best values in furniture
YeUlsago we resolved to give our patrons
ago
with good business methods
and home furnishings at prices consistent
f
4lL OUR GROWING PATRONAGE PROCLAIMS HOW WELL WE
HAVE KEPT THIS RESOLUTION
2 i May we serve you in 1911
< 0 D V7S
2r + DINWOODE J1
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Salt
The one bright spot where
Lakes particular people will
gather to welcome the New Year
fy
dull
Not a
The Serpentine
Special Music by moment during
Battle Begins at
Salt Lakes finest the
Midnight
Cafe Orchestra evening
Our Special New Yearns Dinner Served
cu Sunday from 12 to 3 p in
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