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-. TUB KA8TEHN UTAH ADVOCATE, THCHSllAY, KT. 3, 1012. VAaH TiuikK. v Hl
HOP PERD
Crushed Barley, Wheat, Bran and Shorts.
Royal Flour fit
King Coal, Nut and Lump
Salted Alfalfa Hay. . . .
Attractive Prices on Ton Lots of Anything. ;
MoKune Forwarding Co. :
Price, Uttih. ',
J. M. MILLERl
GENERAL MERCHANDISE ji
COLTON, UTAH.
New Store and New Stock at New
Location where you can Always get ;
Hay and Grain at Reasonable Prices, ij
Come to the New Place and ij
Get Outfitted Properly. j;
When You Are In Need Of J;
MINE CARS i;
IRON OR BRASS CASTINGS :
ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRS i
MODERN HEATING AND PLUMBING ij
STRUCTURAL STEEL AND IRON j
.tt U$ Furnish Estimates For You. We Build and Repair !
All Kinds of Machinery. Prompt Service in all Cases. J
WO FOUNDRY & MACHINE COMPANY
- - - Provo, Utah. j
Lars Frandsenj
Maiiuafcturer of ,'
Brick- of all Kinda ij
(Pressed White nml lied)
Yards Adjoining Uio Denver nittl Klo Urando Itnllroad Co. ,
Oa Uio South, Throo Block Kant of Depot. Offlco nt irome. (
Comer Main nnd Sixth Street. Ji
ESTIMATES OIVEN AND PIUCIM QUOT1H) ON APPLICATION, jj
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Vffl r Noror mind whoro dlstanco or dl- i'
W here. DO rcctlon does not matter If you havo ,
Y"'1 l-yu R tolephono. Call our nurabor. toll
T ua yovr wants, and wo will eond you (
OU L,lV6r thosooiU right mwy. Wo havo a ,
aorvlco that always satlsflos you, ,
"" gavos you tlmo, troublo, and worry, (
CITY DRUG STORE " worl" uU1,x!nsT ;j
iiraMupRliisfj
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8,"nyiUo, Castlo Onto, Wlntor Quarters and Clear Creok, Utah. ,
NOTHING UUT TUB IIBST IN BT001C
" Wines, nrandlos, Beora and Cordials for tbo Family Trade.
Pool and Billiard Tables.
VAST MBESJFCOM LANDS
I'm to Ham AImi H.ih OH liniln
Awaiting Development.
During tho month of August tho
Unltcul States geological survey ap
praised 1,210,187 acre ns coiil In ml
In tho Western states, placing a
valuation thereon of $10,023,100.
In the same month tho survey nlso
classified 120,174 nores nit non-conl
land and transmitted the findings to
the gencrnl In ml offlco go that tho
land might bo rostored to Uio pub
lie domain. Theso classifications
wore based on tho field oxamlnn
tlons of tho survey geologists.
Undur tho present conl land regit
Intlons ndoptcd April 10, 1000, 10,
184,011 ncrefl hao now been clasat
flod In forty aero tracts as conl
lands, with tho valuation of $705,
2Cr,783. Tho vnluatlon of theso
snmo lands at tho old minimum
price would havo been f2C0,&44,
707, tho dlfforonco In favor of tho
government undur tho present policy
being therefore $444,711,010. Dur
ing tho sanio period 43,435,079
ncre hnvo been restored to tho pub
lic domnln ns non-conl Innd.
In connctlou with tho classifica
tion of oil land tho secretary of tho
Interior withdrew In August 30,740
lie ro In Wyoming, making n total
of 4,810,928 ncros of oil land now
standing withdrawn and awaiting
ncoded legislation In tho Interests
of tho dovalopment of tho nnlton's
oxtunslvo potroloum deposits.
In administration of tho phos
phate lands 8110 acres hi Florida
wero withdrawn ami 45,381 ncres In
Wyoming were restored to untry,
leaving n total of 3,303,320 acres of
phosphate Innd standing withdrawn
mid also awaiting necessary legisla
tion. Tlio contonl of tho Important
deposits on theso lands has been
moderately estlmnted nt over two
billion tons of hlgh-grado phosphate
rock.
Of land available for tho develop
ment of water power a hundred and
fifty-threw ncres In Washington and
'twenty-two ncres In Wyoming wore
withdrawn during tho month by tho
secrotary of tho Interior, and 10,051
acres In, Arizona, California, Idaho,
Now Mexico and Wyoming wore re
stored, making a total of 1,810,530
ncros, Including thousands of wnter
power sites, standing withdrawn In
aid of proposed legislation which
shall allow for Ihulr dovolopmont
and jot protect tho Interests of the
peoplo.
It Is tho policy of tho geological
survey In tho classification of the
public lands to rocommond the
withdrawal of such areas as may be
considered neooMnry from tho stand
point of the federal government for
tho protection mid conservation of
Its mineral and wutor resources; to
nmko such withdrawals as accurate
ly as possible, on tho basis of the
Information nvallablo; and to jnako
furthor Investigations and procure
additional data In order to rostore
If posslblo any areas not necessary
to tho protection of tho govern
ment's Intercuts,
Till: DANUKIt AI-THIl HtlP
lies oftou In a run down system
Weuknoss, nervousness, Inck of np
potlto, energy and ambition, with1
disordered liver nnd kid no) h often
follow nn attack of this wretched
dl.ease. Tho greatest need then Is
Hlectrlu Hitters, the glorious tonic,
blood purifier and regulator of tho
stomach, llvor and kidneys. Thou
sands have proven that they won
derfully strengthen tho nerve',
build up tho system and restore to1
health and good spirits aftor an nt ,
-nek of grip. If suffering, try them
Only CO cents. Sold and porfect
satisfaction guaranteed by all deul
oru. I)gal blanks, ovor throo hundred
forms In stock. Advocato Publish
1 Ing Co.
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IN Ml ItlUMt tsK.
Altomi) . s. 1'ilrr U Siirwoful lit
KtiiiIiiK Xnw lldiiln After Hit
ter Omtc-at llcfon- SuptviiK Court
l'olliv Scrum n I .fiilitiMon Wits
tlio Vlitlm.
lloldltipt that JudR V. C. I.f
bourow of the crtmliwt dlvMon of
tho Third DMrict court, 8lt like
City, hsd crriM In il- Instructions
to the trial Jury and had thereby de
prive the defendant of hh statu
tory defenw) of reasonable doubt,
tho state supremo court yesterday
reversed tho district court In tho
enso of Klmer I,. Dewey, convicted
of tho murder of I'ollco Sergeant
John Henry Johnston, nnd sentenced
to llfo Imprisonment at hard labor
for hU crlmo. Tho case Is remand
ed for a now trial, says Sunday's
Bait Lako Tribune
Tho specific Instruction of tho
district judge, which was bitterly
contested before tho supremo court
by Attorney t Btnnley l'rlco of
l'rlcc, who dofonded Dowey, recited
that presumptively every killing Is
murder This, contended Attorney
Price, shifted tho burden of proof
from tho stato to tho dofonsa nnd
was contrary to tho constitution of
tho slate, which presumed that
every rasn wns Innocent until proven
IMllltW
Opinion of tin Court.
The supremo oourt In ruling up
on tho contention of Attorney l'rlco
said:
The chnrgo that "presumptively
every killing Is murder" was In
tended to glo tho jury to under
stand thnt "presumptively" tho kill
ing of tho decerned by tho defend
ant was murder, regardless of tho
attending facta and circumstances
connected with tho killing nnd
shown In uldonre, nnd, In tlio lan
guage of tho court, In tho case of
tho Peoplo vs. Downs, supra, had
tho effect "16 shift tho burden of
proving his defonso upon tho pris
oner and deprived htm an to thnt
defonte of tho benefit of tho ren
sonnblo doubt," and to glvo tho Jury
to understand "thnt n conviction
must follow unlosti tho prisoner
Justified or excuse! tho act; and
thnt to socuru acquittal ho must bo
nbVto show-ti legal Justification or
excuse, nnd tho Jury must reach
that conclusion If It would acquit."
In otjicr words, notwithstanding
tho attendant facta nnd circum
stance shown In tho evidence of
tho killing, tho court, nevertheless,
Imposed upon tho deliberation of
tho Jury tho legal presumption nnd
required them to nsstimo murder
from tho bnro fact of tho killing of
the deceased by tho defondnnt,
from which a conviction would
naturally follow unless tho defend
ant, to tho satisfaction of tho Jury,
had successfully met or ovorcomo
tho presumption, thus shifting nnd
casting on him not tho "burden of
evidence," but tho "burden of
proof," n doctrlno repudiated by tho
Vncos caso.
Wo think tho judgment of the
court below should bo reversed nnd
tlio enso remanded for a now trial.
Such Is tho order.
Tho opinion was written by Jus
tlco D. N. Rtrnup nnd wo concurrod
In by Justlco J, V.. Krlck. Justice
W. M. McCarty concurred In tho
general result, but dlssentod on a
number of tho tochnlcnl points ur
guod by his associates.
Tho crlmo for which Dowey was
convicted nnd nfter a sensational
trial sentenced to llfo Imprison
ment nt hard labor, occurred In tho
early morning of July 5, 1011, In
I ho room occupied by Dowey In tho
Albert Hotel In Salt Iiko City,
Tho trial brought out that Dowey
I and his wlfo had been having trou
blo and adjoining roomers hud pre
vailed upon tho clerk of tho hotel
to cnll tho police to stop tho dis
turbance. When Sorgoant Johnston
ontorod the room there was n shot
from a pistol In tho hand of Dewoy
Coughs
and Colds
You could not please us bet
ter than to ask your doctor
about Ayers Cherry Pectoral
for coughs, colds, croup, bron-
1 chitls. Thousands of families
always keep it In the house.
The approval of their physi
cian and the experience of
many years have given them
great confidence in this
standard cough medicine.
Sold for seventy years.
Any good doctor will tell you that a medi
cine Tike Ayer's Cherry Pecloril cannot
do Its best work If the bowets are con
stipated. Ask your doctor If he knows
nythlnE better than Ayer's Pills for cor
recting this ilugclahncat of the liver.
Kl kr Ik i O. AT1U CO., t.IU U'U
and Johnston foil dying to tho
floor.
Attorney C. Stnnloy Price, who
volunteered to defend Dewey with
out any charge, brought out evi
dence which tended to show thnt
Dewey was lnsano from the uso of
Intoxicants, owing to n belief that1
!il wife had been untruo to him. .
While tho caso hns been pending !
Dewey hns been confined In tho '
county Jail nnd has been spending1
his tlmo In reading. Heporln from
the Jail nro to tho effect that he Is
one of tho best liehnved prisoners
over confined In the Institution
At tho trial Mrs. Dewey on sev
eral occasions created n sceno by her
weeping In court and when tho ver
dict was rendered she became hys
terical and fell upon the floor
PIIICI! 111(111 HCIKKII, TO
1 1 V It H.V1I IIITA 1 NM HNTH
Tho noted reader nnd Interpreter
of literature, Byron King, will ap
pear before tho students nnd peo
plo of Prlco on Octobr 1st fur nn
evening's entertainment. King Is
very favorably known In many pnrts
of tho state, whoro previous to Ills
opening of his school of oratory In
Pittsburgh ho appeared In readings.
He comes to Prlco highly rccom
mondod and a pleasant ovonlng'c en
tertainment la anticipated. This Is
tho first of a sorlcs of entertain
ments to bo given by tho high
school. Season tickets covorlng tho
sorlcs will bo on salo to tho pub
lic m well as to tho students.
This week has witnessed n keen
Interest In nlhlcttcs nt tho school.
Kvery day tho boys aro out for
gamoa of soino kind. Tho tennis
courts nnd basoball field havo been
tho scenes of greatest activity. A
football ton in Is being promoted nnd
somo excellent mntorlnl Is Already
lined up. Prncttco will begin nl
onco nnd n good team Is looked for
Hnrly next week tho now gym tin-1
slum will bo ready for uso and
regular trnlnlng In basketball will'
start. I
Tho work of organlilng tho,
Classen has occupied tho attention,
of tho students for sovornl days.
Tho student body will vote upon lis
constitution nnd bylaws at Its next
mooting. Considerable Interest Is
manifested.
Tho Junior clnss organized with
tho following officers: Iloscoo Har
mon, president; Hazel llrycc, vlco
president; Klma Taylor, secrotary,
and William Horsley, choermastor,
Tho sonlors elected l'arl Uroeii
halgh, president; Annlo Shnrp, vlco
prosldont; llnrbara Pace, secrotary I
and treasurer: l.ynu Knusott, ro-
porter; Floyd Anderson, nthletlo
mnnngor, and I.eo Whltmore, yoll-
master. J
IHeglstratlon has reached n )iun-!l
dred nnd slxtoon. When tho rush
of farm, work Is civ or It, Is expected I
thnt many othonr Will bo In.
HITCHCOCK I'liANB l"OU NKW
HTAMI'M l-'OII I'AHCKUS POST "
WASHINOTON, II. C., Sept. 30.
Somo arrangements havo been mndo
by Postmaster (loncrnl Hitchcock
for tho engraving and manufactur
ing of a aerie of twelve-cent
stamps, unique In size nnd novel In
design, for exclusive uso In forward
ing pnekngo by tho parcel post.
Under tho lnw recently enactod by
congress ordlnnry stnmjm cannot bo
used for this purpose
Tho parcels post stamps will bo
larger than tho ordinary stamps nnd
will bo so distinctive In color nnd
design ns to avert nny ponslblo con'
fusion with stamps now in uso.
Tho now Issue will bo In three
series of designs. Tlio first will II
lustrato modern methods of trans
porting mall, ono stamp showing n
mall car on a railway train, another
uu ocean mall steamship, n third nn
nutomobllv, now used In tho postal
service, and u fourth tho dispatch
of mall by aeroplane.
Thu second sorloa will show nt
work tho four groat clauses of pos- .
tnl employes postofflco clerks, rail
way mall clerks, city lottor carriers,
and rural delivery carriers, Tho
third series will represont four in
dustrial acenes, showing tho princi
pal sources of tho products that
probably will bo transported exten
sively by parcels post.
Tho stamps will be ready for dls
tr l 'in tMtnr,lst. .,',
a Large or S
Abstracters of Titles For Carboi
000.00 Bonds. Price River
and Fruit Orchards.
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Alfalfa
m Sweet CIov
We are now ready to buy it.
office, also O. J. Bracken, Ve
c H. Bracken, Roosevelt, Utah,
i live 0. J. McGIynn will be sta
' ton, Emery county, where he
'afc The Nebraska
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DR. F. P. AMOJ H
Eastern Utah's Modern Dentist 1 Villli
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Fifteen Years. ml HmM
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everything strictly first-class. J.,i', ' jH
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kept in stock. Come and see. '- BH
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