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6 u THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 14 1909
Will IRRIGATE
GREAT TRACTS
Three Pumping Projects Are
Under Way in Utah
County
LAKE WILL FURNISH WATER
THOUSANDS OF ACRES WILL BE
PLANTED IN FRUIT TREES
Special to Tlie raldItepuMican
Lehi Aug IS Three big pumping proj
et in the vicinity of Ihl are under
Wd A surveying party left his week
tj do the preliminary work for a pump
IT g plant to 1M installed on the west
Scur of Utah lake about five miles
SOUth of Peliran point In this vicinity I
c olorado capitalists have purchased bl
tWffn 6000 and 7000 acres from the state
and will plant the entire tract with fruit
t rff The water for irrigating the trees
v ill J 1 come from Itah lake and be ole
< ted by means of centrifugal pumps
The tract extends along the lake front
i r a distance of about four miles and
pliout one and onehalf miles back from
tap shore Three stations will be in
stalled so that the water will not have
fir > to run before being applied to the
land The right for using this water
were sold to the Colorado parties by Abel
Jithn Evans and James H Gardner who
made the application for it to the state
engineer in behalf of the land owners
of I the LehI fields After fighting tM
t ase through the courts and winning out
tKa farmers refused to use the water but
the locators who did their work in the
Vegmntng gratis in the end realized a
good profit
The Provo Reservoir company has made
application for sufficient water to Irrl
Rif about 10000 acres of land west of
1kb 11 across the Jordan river and will
commence the Installation of their pump I
Irg plant at a point about one mile south I
of the Saratoga Springs as soon as the
tate engineer gives their application fa
orable consideration The water for
this tract will come out of Utah lake and
be distributed through three canals at
elevations of GO 100 and ISO feet above
the level of the lake About a quarter of
a mile from the point of diversion is a
1 1 U several hundred feet high to which
tt water will be pumped and rOm which
the water will flow through the three
canals by grevlty
This big tract has been covered for
ngvs with sagebrush greaseweod and
shad scale With water for irrigation It
s Considered Ideally adapted for fruit
culture to which use it will undoubtedly
be put On land which comes under the
proposed canals James H Gardner this
pal planted a tenacre apple orchard
which he Irrigates with water pumped
l > v a gasoline engine
The third project will necessitate the I
installation of two pumping plants one I
tt he Intake of Jordan river and the
oilier on the river In Jordan narrows
First the water will be pumped but Of
the lake Into the river and then at a
Tort about four miles north will again
be eleated into a canal which will cover
bout 15000 aores of land now lying above
ti canals In the southwest end of Salt
L ikf iounty The Provo Reservoir com
7arv Is also back of this project
r AMUSEMENTS 1
LUSEMENTJ
L J
Dustin Farnum In Cameo Kirby
N rah Shelby who plays the role of the
11Il11e and girlish Anne Pleydell in
1 aTneo Kirby which comes to the Salt
1 K > theatre next Thursday with Dustin
i an um in a new role is probably the
t woman golfer In the theatrical plo
in She invariably carries her clubs
WI 11 i i her on tour She is an actress of
v j > ional ability having been the orig
Miss Lucy In Mrs Wlggl of the
i linage Patch and last season being
tdlTd in the production of Texas
The Bungalow
rhe New Magdalen a fascinating
rmi 1 I < of society will be the bill at the
iv low all next week There is no
Ilbt I of the strength of this play which
L t its prologue in scenes during the
ranoiPruasian i war shifting to English
L mes in the first act As Mercy Mer
rk tlii Ked Cross nurse whose sad
Btf iy Is told Miss Anna Cleveland is cer
t > n to strengthen the good impression
wicti her many friends in Salt Lake
LA of her abilities At Valley Forge
viil be given Its last performance this l
c ning and there will be a matinee this
arf rnooh
Salt Lake Theatre
I
Tie last two opportunities of Witnessing
Tp Merry Widow will be given at a
TT jttne today and evening performance
t the Salt Lake theatre The house has
ln full at every performance upwards
cf 10000 people having attended the de
l g > tful opera and the beautiful ine es
> L e been encored and encored until the
leavers have had to stop from sheer ex
l t > The orchestra has been a
source of keen delight to every music
liver and the beautiful stage pictures
rave been among the beLt ever seen at
tie historic bid playhouse Those who
rniss The Merry Widow wilt deprive
themselves of seeing one of the greatest
stage productions of modern times The
company will go east from Salt Lake
playing a week In Denver
Shop tonight at Walkers store open
until 930 to accommodate the Q A R
I visitors
F1natlns at Saltnir Ito lorJIi1 < 1
Continuation of cowboy sports and
races at fair grounds Consolation
purses open to all contestants not
winners of principal prizes in the late
tournament Fast and funny pro
gram General admission Bleachers
2V prnnd Fpnrta nnd boxps KOo
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BOOK OF VIEWS
Containing numerous magnificent official panoramas of the convention
a beautiful Panorama of Salt Laka City also Parade Pictures Deco
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1 large picture of the Living Flag in colors Buy today Sold in en
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Our dally Refrigerator Express shipments are arriving In very fine
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Salmon per Ib 20c Brook Trout each 15c
Rock Cod 17c Halibut per lb 15c
Soles per lb 15c
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Floating at Saltalr Its glorious
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Open evpry morning Entrance on
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Floating at Saltair Its glorious
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Hand bags Moire ribbons
Fine leather bags in Blacks A splendid lot in the seasons
tans and brownsnewest styles best colors Full 7inch width
regular 225 qualities Satur Splendid qualities at 90e the
day specialyour pick yard Saturday
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We offer waist sale
Its an unusual waist saleits a waist sale involv
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We must close em out hence this remarkable price conceding The fabrics are the
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Saturdaymwash goods offers Mems and womens hosespecial
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A hundred dozen handmade Battenberg scarfs and
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35c to 45c qualityfine Scotch Zephyr ginghams Full Saturday pick w 10 C
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32 inches wide Saturday special < C
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Turkish towels Saturday 14 off paper and envelopesVery special at a box JLUc J
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tablets Take one before with or after
meals for a few days and note the
wonderful result
In a week you can eat and enjoy any
food you want without after disturb
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Careful women who want to have and
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It you have a sallow Complexion
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Miona instantly stops belching of
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Mlona is guaranteed by F C
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The Night of Dread I
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Neither can we forget our gratitude for
Graefenberg Childrens Panacea
for pulling the little one through to
health and strength
A bottle should be in every beta where there is a
little one for the caD may be q kk and urgent
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SHOE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS DRY GOODS
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54 to 8 76e Ladies underskirts blacks only
Ladies white canvas regular regular 185 values sale price 69c
price 135 aale price 7c
Ladles underskirts blacks only
Ladles oxfords vicl kid aMY
trimmed regular price 300 regular 100 values 59c
sale price 149
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
CLOTHING AND MENS FURNISHINGS Sheets full size regular price
The sale price 49c
NISHINGS
a Pillow slips regular SOc value
sale price He
Mens suits latest patterns reg
ular 15 sale price 9M
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Boys two plece suits regular
250 sale price 150 104 gray brown and white blan
Mens dress shirts regular The kets regular 100 value sale
sale price 4Bc price 89c
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choicest mountain districts of Japan and is
controlled by our firm No one can get the
TREE TEA but our firm so any one claiming
to have a tea just as good is misrepresenting
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Best Chance
in I Years for a
Vacation East
DATES OF SALE
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July 23 24 August 13 14 Septem f
ber 10 1L
ROUND TRIP RATES
On the above date you can bur
excursion ticket to the follow
eastern cities and at Chicago or
Louis buy daily 90day round t r
tickets at the lowest
rates in yean i
to New York Boston
New Jer f
New England Atlantic Coast ai i I
Canadian resorts Omaha Kans i
City 4000 Chicago 16500 St
Louis 4900 St Paul 16200 Iv
aria 5110 Other eastern points m i
proportion
DAILY LOW RATES
On other dates than those natmd
above somewhat higher excursu
I rates with longer limits are in effe > t
to principal eastern cities
I THE BTTSLnfOTf
THROUGH SERVICE
Every day through standard aM
tourist sleeping car
service 11
scenic Colorado and Denver to ti LJ
East Personally conducted fa
bound excursions
frequently ea1
week
GO BURLINGTON
Take a Burlington folder note t
Burlingtons eastbound service
three daily highest class trains DH
ver to Chicago and two to St Lou
The may shows the attractive
i
a i
diverse routes possible if your tic
et reads Burlington
Burling l
trains lave the On Time hab
The ChicagoDenver
Limited reach
Denvfr on time 355 days duriIJ
1908 Let me help you
R F NESLEN
Buflinoton I G A Burlington
Route
I 307 Main Street
Salt Lake City
Utah
A positive and
b permanent euro
V for drunkenness
p and 1JM opium
x ilseases There J
ij publicity t j
id1 ess 13 j 3
as in I their ovt i
j I ill IN Tiri7 i
I b I I st bit L ho c t > C
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OHIO SOCIETY
KIDNAPS BAND
Buckeyes Take Possession of
Payson Musicians and
Whisk Them to Saltair
The first wholesale theft of any con
sequence that has come to light since
encampment began was that of the Pay
son band on Thursday afternoon by the
Ohio society and a party of veterans
Jrom that state The entire band was
kidnaped on Second South street while
Industriously engaged in fulfilling its con
tract with the music committee of the
G A It and whisked away to Saltalr
At the beach the culprits were caught <
with the goods by Professor J J Mc
Clellan who In his offical capacity as
chairman of the music committee was
temporary owner of the Payson mu
sicians
The Irrepressible Dr J J Snyder a live
figure in local Ohio circles glibly took
the blanfe and gleefully related the cir
cumstances when confronted with a de
mand for explanations His own band
that the Ohio society bad secured to ac
company them to the beach had failed to
show up and rather than dispense with
the harmony makers he had confiscated
the first music making bunch he could
lay his hands on
As the Payson boys in nowise objected
and ae no one missed their absence in
the presence of the hundred and one mu
sical organizations that paraded the
streets that day the theft was over
looked by the music chairman and the
Ohio society was allowed to retain tem
porary possession of their stolen brass
band
NOTABLES IN
RECEIVING LINE
Reception Given by Local W
R C at Commercial Club
Largely Attended
Nearly three thousand persons at
tended the reception given at the Com
mercial club last evening by the local
Womans Relief corps to the veterans
and their wives and the visiting mem
bers of the womens organization At
the reception General Henry M Nevius
retiring comm nder nchlet Mrs
Nevius and Commanderinchief Sam
uel R Van Sant were the guests of
honor General and Mrs Nevius wore
the beautiful badges which were pre
sented to them in the afternoon by 1000
friends
In the receiving line at the reception
were General and Mrs Henry M
Nevius CommanderinChief Samuel
R Van Sant Mrs W H Jones na
tional junior vice president of the W R
C Mrs Augusta C Dean president
James B McKean W R C Mrs Lavi
nia A Vinegar president George R
Maxwell W R C W M Bostaph Og
den senior vice commanderinchief of
the G A R F O Cole retiring adju
tant general Of the G A R Gen C E
Culver of Nebraska A M Trimble of
Lincoln and Miss Ruth Young of Salt
Lake
From 880 oclock until 11 last night
a steady stream of people was received
During the evening members of the
local W R C served punch to the
guests
RICH AND IRWIN BALKY
But Nevertheless Wild West Show
Will Continue Today at State
Fair Grounds
Despite the fact that Jack Rich and
the Irwin brothers have pulled out of
the Wild West show the exhibition of
early days on the plains will be pre
sented this afternoon at the fair
grounds The original contract called
for four days Yesterday however J
C Leary the big chief of the show
obtained permission from the state fair
people to run Saturday as the venture
Had not been a financial success He
thought another day with good patron
age would help At this internal trou
bles between the bosses of the show
broke out and Rich and the Irwins
pulled up their stakes i
Mr Leary said last night that a good
show would be offered The announce
ment made yesterday at the grounds
that the show would M continued one
day was received with applause
PYTHlAt S Gin
RfCfPTION
Sisters of Hermion Temple En
tertain Visiting Knights and
G A R Veterans
To show the fraternal spirit and honor
to the veterans visiting Salt Lake a
farewell reception was given Friday
evening to all soldiers and visiting
Knights of Pythias by the Pythian sis
ters of Hermion temple No 8 at Castle
hall Fully 400 knights and ladles and
war scarred soldiers attended and the
evening was devoted to a splendid lit
erary program and refreshments
The spacious rooms at the hall were
thrown open for the occasion and every
thing within the grasp of the Salt Lake
women was done to Impress a final
good word and fellowship upon the visi
tors The session took on a double
meaning and the spirit of brotherly
love and honor to the men who wore
the blue asserted itself to the fullest
The first part of the program opened
with singing America A welcome
address was made by Charles Jennings
who heartily extended to the guests the
best the local people had arranged Miss
Mabel Trovittig and Miss Mary Sharron
gave a piano duet Short addresses
were made by Major Tracy Massa
chusetts Henry P Gilllp Michigan D
C Vinson Nebraska Edward Thomp
son and EJ Freeman Iowa and
George Crosby Alabama A patriotic
reading was given by Mercldes Gilson
Salt Lake Hazel Showell and Mildred
Hedrick sang Our Little Flag Mrs I
Samuel Randolps read Tho StarSpan
gled Banner and a farewell selection
was rendered by the orchestra
Mrs Margaret L Jones supreme rep
resentative of the Pythian sisters of
Utah presided
The refreshment were Ice cream
cake and punch Since the rooms were
so cool many stayed and talked Pyth
Ian Ism and told war stories until late
S
HAWKHE ClUB
ACTS AS HOST
Visiting Iowans Are Enter
tained at Reception Given in
Boston Building
The rooeptteti given by the Hawkeye
club of Iowa In honor of the veterans
from Iowa and the other visiting veter
ans in the rooms of the club on the sec
ond floor of the Boston building Friday
was a complete success During the
evening more than 200 visitors besides the
regular members of the club were present
at the reception
Music for the evening was furnished by
a quartette from the club Mrs Emma
Ramsey Morris rendered two delightful
solos Two solos were sung by Mrs
J H Robinson and vocal and Instrumen
tal music was furnished by Miss Adah
Harris and her brother Cortney who are
the children of Adjutant General Harris
of the InterMountain division of the
G A R
During the evening punch and cak
were served The committee in charge of
the entertainment was Mrs G G Arm
strong Mrs A J Weber Mrs V A
Flfteld Mrs H W Smith Mrs Andrew
Howett Mrs C Woods Mrs A F San
ford and Messrs George Sutherland A
J Weber and R G Sleater
HfLP MfXIGAN REFUGEES
League Takes Steps to Prevent Ex
tradition of Men Arrested in
San Antonio
Chicago Aug laThe Political Refugee
Defense league with headquarters here
is preparing to assist Joseph J Rangel
and Thomas Sarabla arrested in San
Antonio on a charge of seeking to incite
a revolution in Mexico and today in
structed its general counsel Attorney
Charles H Soelke to proceed to Texas
and combat extradition papers
The league has already interested itself
in the defense of Antonio De Araujo and
others who were arrested some months
ago on a similar charge and has appealed
the cases to the federal circuit court
The league fears that extradition
would mean certain death for the ac
cused said Attorney Soelke If the men
are tried In the United States where
their alleged offenses occurred they at
least will have a fair trial and the pun
ishment in any event would not be the
extreme penalty
TAKEN TO HOSPITAL
Bingham Aug IS Frank Ford the
proprietor of the New Grill cafe was
taken to St Marks hospital In Salt Lake
this morning suffering from blood poi
soning in his right arm The infection
was in one of the fingers of his right
hand spreading to the arm until it be
came quite serious
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NEAR AND FAR
London TitBits
In Yorkminater 300 anthems are sung
in the course of a year
It is estimated that the laundries of
London use 760 tons of soap in a week
A mens league has been formed at
Darmstadt with the object of abolishing
the custom of raising the hat
The menu of the special canine ex
press which the Great Central Railway
company ran from London In connection
with the Manchester dog show included
log biscuits bones bread and milk
chopped meat and water
Joseph Robinson of Redcar North
Yorkshire has Just completed fifty
years as parish clerkat Redcar church
and also fiftyfive years as town crl r
Ill has attended some 20000 s
and officiated at 3200 baptisms 900 mar
riages and 700 burials
Some undertakers whose customers
are poor people are using coffins made
of paper The coffins are made in all
styles of pressed paper pulp just the
same as the common paper buckets
When they are varnished and stained
they resemble polished wood and In
point of durability it is claimed they
are much better than wooden ones
A watch two and seveneighths inches
in diameter which shows what constel
lations are visible at any moment the
relative positions ot the sun and moon
the season the times of sunset sunrise
and high tide and the time of day in
addition to striking the hours and
quarters has been made by Messrs J
Player Son of Coventry It took four
years to make and is valued at 1000
There is generally considered to be a
great gulf fixed between the church and
the football pavilion but a Stirling
shire club may be said to have success
fully bridged It A religious body in the
Longcroft district recently built a new
church and their old premises being for
sale they have been purchased by Long I
croft Thistle F C and fitted up as a I
football pavilion
TO ERECT BUSINESS BLOCK
Bingham Aug l3Joe Terwlll has
commenced the erection of a new con
crete business block Just opposite the
Bingham hotel The structure Is to be
two stories and modern in every respect
Contractor Myson has the contract and
will push it to completion as soon as pos
sible

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