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$ll 0 TUT; IVTKK-MOUVJ'AIX FAlfMEU ASfD TUXCirM VN TlTLI)AY MORNIVG, MARCH '1 , 1002.
I FARMER AND STOCKMAN If i Hot Debate Between Two Interests in Irriga- !' tlon Convention Yesterday. 1 hsuc Raised by Resolution on Control of Watersheds, md Spirited Mi Arguments Made on Both SidesSecond Meeting Called for ;' April 2nd to Perfect Permanent Organization. i i " , P-iturdnv'. nsllj ) ,1 . :V f What the Convention Did Yes- K . terday. . ir A i tM a resolution offered b s ' s t i' Fwcndsen of Cachn rnun i , l I mm tiding the Investigations ' I rrlM on by the tlepiirl- r r f the Interior f ;' s t 1 a resolution offered bv c, . r . .f- A F Iiiircmtis of ftnlt J 1 h I rlnrlng thai the n iter s ft- fir the Mate should anil mml 1 i m I r the absolute control of ! the i ,ple resident on the system 1 of Ml I. h the shed In a part I A itfl rc.-iliitlon "Here I hv tit I rart of Mich ren m men ii t. In it oni incrrber from I s c II ountv bo appointed In re D r rl 111 ollii existing In his urn p . 1 iid n resolution offered bv 1 rrl u 1 fi Nell of Uintah, dcclir PS , In, ih it the parsmnunt Issue he f re the lonventlon If to serurr V. nll fr un the general Onvernment Ail I'1 " resolution offered by " P li-nt" flegg of Tooele, thai It il le il senre of the convention it i le, Ihit nil Inwrliltn Involving rights Jl V. to the hit of water now pen ling J1 t Ill Ih rt i.r Ihe Suite l pout 7 V, r t I imill after l lie nxl l.mlf ' V. Iilur. rlull him mol !. t' I H IMollillop nrffrril by . Dil k ile ClfSK of Tonolo lomUmn i . InK the irfK'nt polli i of nelllnft . 6, puhll land In fori) ncro irici on jj iMitirthrda of the Blatp V f .liti.,i i rrnoliitinn offrtil bv I DrlfBali IVarl of Hlrh anklni; Iho " nmirn r and Ihi Klalc Unalnerr : lo ronfi- ltt- flmllur niilrrrr In t ft Iho Halo of oinlnr to fcriiro f odjudlr illnn o( Ihi ulr rlshti In f Ihi llpar IlKcr dlalrlrt JLI . Ilcjcclfd a rmoltulon offi-red by SJl ". Di legate I'ase that no water ner . J.J. l fihill uiie more water than la ni V nn for IrrleallnK till lind K ij , llejeeted a reeolullon oftctt.l by . i DelrRite How irrt ol l"mer that . y ea h rU r or mreuin need wholly . I, e In ono counl be Imotporaitil and !' & conlrollfd by one general board of . U . illreelora. elected by the plockhold. ft era of Iho cerul canal i j i , panlea i , ItcJecKil a roeoliillon offered by fi, V. DeleKato Pack of Bummll re . I I wirMIng the Ooernor to call nn i extru iculon of Ihe IRUInlure to . i, . . draft a I in In the Iniercata of Ir i' ' ". rlnallon !, llfjected a rejolullon offereil by . DelrRiite (. rer of Utah InHrnctlnn . . the permanent orxintzatton com V. mlltto to fnrniulale i till rrqillr . ! Inn erri peraon u.tnx water In J. i record hla water light In hl own . T county . t riejected a reeolntlon offered by K . K Delegate Damherty of Halt Iike. , ft tt In appoint n Ifgltlalho commllteo t ". of fMen member In draft it bill . K for pretentalloti In Ihe Utah ia-iila. , laiuro t y Hejecled a reeoliitlon offered hy . Delegate Flfher Harrlti of Rait J . Lake anklnc the Legislature to . e create a board of Irrigation . Appointed a special commltleeof . r a, seven men to draw iip a plan foi , 1 , the permanent organisation of u le . Male Irrigation ussoclation t ! K Decided to hold another onen K I . lion April Slid lo pcrlect perm ment . IK organization 'A ' ' 'A 'A A 'A A A A A 'A A 'A A A A .The rlneh between the repreaenlnlUea I nf lto atock and of nKrlcultiinil Inter- eats, anticipated from Ihe fit nt, i line In the afternoon eeaslon of the Irrlg i 1 tlon comentlon )esterila, iiml for I thirty minutes the ussembl) wua In nn uproar while Impassioned sptoclioa ere made h the mUocatea of clthir interest In the end Ihe fannein prt alled and carried out the mensitte thej desired against Hit determined but fu tile oppoIUon of the fheep and cattle I men I I co.NTitoi, of Tnrtsin:nt The contri)crs arose oiei u lesolu lion Intiodueed by A I' Dnreniiia of t-alt Luke etpresslnit It ns the sense ' of the comentlon that ihe waieisheila of the Btnto were an essentia' put of . the Irrigation systems and ns suili should be under the contiol of the res), dents of the district of which the sjs tenia were n pin In Ihli tilt slnei men fan a menace tn their otcupntlon of mnn eo,uun miles i if lind deslrab.e for the pastuinBe ami Malirlng; of sheep. The nit,ueil IniiB nnd e unesllj to proie that the sheep OiiX ml riestroj the cgetntlnti nn the lilgli phtenus or If thej did It was lint detrimental u th wuterslmls in It line nn opporiunltj for the snow in drift Into the ennjons whire It could lie iroperl piesered for futuio use. iioAHii i inn mii:hp The ndora(es nf 'lie rernltuion on , the other hnnd malntiilned Unit tho shep lllemllj ileastnleil eer renlnn thej entered nlpplns oft the nr.iss and low un.lerbiiish ilose to the Kiuun.l i und destrojlnK Ireea by fclrdllng us fat t tip is thyoiilrt teau, JudKe Irfilrand I ' oune ditw ii palhelle picture of the scene nf desolation lo be t levied wher- I I eer herds of sheep had pastured i I through the winter I tuii'uKii me winter A lars:- Brlst of resolutions was passed I through the comentlon mill mil Ihe 1 ret meisuiei nf many dclegites weie consigned to lastlnR obllMon At Hie tireent insistence of the members from the southern counties the imiveiitlon vas continued until tcHlu when the business piobablj will be eompMed ' SECOND SIHUTiNCl IN Al'ltll. i Bteps were taken toward nifeitlnir n permanent ornanliatlon of u rtali irrigation conuress bj the appointment of a committee to take the neiessari preliminary steps and report at u - ond meetlns of this convention to be held in this city April 2nd fOrt PKRMANKNT OHOAMS5ATION' The committee on peimunent orKanl- ration, appointed at Thursday s sea I , alon. reported tho prcllmlnarj draft uf I ""nMltutlon for n permanent btntc I rrlgntlon HssociJiion to be kmmn ns i the Utah IrriRiition Congress The en tire matter was refeird to a special ) committee, wlilcli was Instrum I to re. this city April 2nd The personnel of it f,a't Lakes a L. Bwendsen (ache J ' J'. Holmgren, Box Klder W I) Lllns . ton. Sanpele, Caleb Tanner Utah I Oeoree IJaherson, Weber. Pimon Chris, tiansen. Sevier. ,fc KESOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS. L ,M.ny Plans Showing Great Variety J - of Ideas Presented. f i "bjtlons and molloni by the dozen 'q upon the convention at the , , 'JK'p, nd the secretary j03 Wll i kepi busy reading them and passing Ih'm or to the committee on resolii tlnns Thev pertained to every ron lelvable phuse of Ihe snbjeel and some of them ioerd seerl pages or man uscrlpl DIPriMIBNT HCIIKMBB I'eler ( lega; of Tooele wanlel It il rlnred the si nse of Iho ronwntlini that all lawsuits involving rights tn the use of wut r now ptndlntr In the inurls of Ihe Htate bi ponlponed until after Ihe next leglslaiurn shall hae met Iho Wihi r loiinty delegates di sired the run entiiin lo teenmmetid nn amendment to thi present Irilgatlon Isw so as to BlM- Ibc SI He control of the walei ss ems of I tab II 1. Bleed of Ilox Kldei would hne the nmentlon drnft a suit able Irrigation Inw and piesmt It lo the loglilnluro V Wilson of Halt iJlkf fniored the ndludlcatlon or wutci rlghis h arbitration und wnntid n Slute board of arbitration appointed to sellli ma tiers afire ling two or more i mint leu ItOAHD or IIlIiirjMinv I'lsher llnr'la of Salt iJike lesolved Ibut the UglslAture Ik p illloncd to (.UHte a lionrd of Irrigation to luvestl ratn Hie aourre nnd extent of the water supply of the State and tn liuestlgate the ailous methods In use for the moasuument of water M Diughertj of Pall Ijike rnnrl the .ippoliitmenl of n legislative lonunltteo or seven tn tc ale h hill for premnlallon In the next legislalurn The I'tnh imintj itelegallou wanted the (iinvenllon to mi tnnilalisc 1'ongress to grant lo own irs of water In I ml. all tin l ublle lands within the walrishels of the 'Wnsatrh mountains at a price pot to exceed 2" cints an acri These were onli a few of the mens, lues resented for Ihe innslderatlon of Ihe rimw ntl'.n nn I lhe rhowed clenrly hnw divided In sentiment the delegates wire oer the proper solution of Ihe lllllrultle whlrh foi mrs hive hem recognised nnd toleiated LANI 1IOA1II) AND W TIT IS1 1 KDS Interest was .Housed bj Ihe readlni? of Ih leitolutlons iresentid the pri Moils dav whlrh were submitted tn the comcnllnn wllh recommendations b the cnmmltlet as to their adoption or rejertlon I'suallv Ihe committee h rei oinmenilallon was incepted nnd the n solution disposed of without much de bib V spirited nrgumiiit nine how iei rn the resolution nf I'eter 1'lei.K or Tooele dlsapiioMng or the pollcj of Ihe land bmrd In .riintlng fnrtj-ncie trueif on uitirshtils llcbei Ilennlnn I C Tlioicseii nnd others urked Ihnt Ihe land Imiird should not b (ensured for rinlnr what they had been Instructed tn do b law The legislature the said had mule the provision that was objected to nnd was chiefly In blame for whaleei evils hnd arisen from It The mi nsure found some sup nrl tmonir Ihe sliiepmea but In the end It was re committed to Ihe committee AORICULTUKE VS. LIVE STOCK. Clash Between tho Interests Over Watershed Proposition. The clash btween the agricultural and the IKestntk Interests nrose soon after the call lo order In Ihe afternoon session It came up rather unexpected. I) nrr a resolution Introduced by A 1' Dnremus of Pali Iike This is Ihe lesoliitlnn Ilesolwil That the entire water shed of our Irrigation lcm are Ihe essen till parts of such slems. that their pro lei Hon ns ihe sntines of Ihe w iter sun l Is of irainoiinl Import nice tn the w lir iimtm ot Ih m ,u nnd thii n h shiil shuiill in I must be un ler the ah solute control of the pet. le resident on the sslcm of which Ihe shut Is u pari jMrnrtTANci: or stock in ti:hi:sts As Ihe committee hnd rerommenlel the report for ndoi Hon the chairman of Ihe committee Judge Johnson wns ailed upon and brlell) sinteil the rea son for Mich aillnu-lhnt It was deemed necessnrj lo pmteu Ihe watersheds of Ihe state Jesse M Smith of Pivls lie.dul Ihe sheepmen in the opposition Hi said It would be unfair to kite tn one cnmmunlt) the tontiol of the water sheds aboo it and lo exclude there, from all other peisone Iho stock In teiesls In sild were Ihe most Im lortnnt in tin Sluti not ive ting een the ngrl ultural nnd their privileges , should not lie nirtalled 111 this wa I 'S1ILI.I' MJMNST iHIN ' I JudkO LctirHiul oung of Salt Iike Rave a touching description of a forest IhiotiKh which he passed last summei the gtound li.lmpld hird bj the hoofs of thousinds of sheep and Ihe trees ellnw nnd illng b lenson of being girdle 1 bj the sheep us high ns the animals could reach It Ih Jiim a question of sheep against mm declaied the Judge with great emotion Are we going to protect our watirsheds from thise destructive forces or must the iwop'e move out of Utah entlielv. and leave the vegetation to Ihe sheep' M-ti'MVi 8 COSTIlADIl TION This gloomy pliiuie did not appeal to J c Maikej of Salt laike He said lie could noi endure to sit nub H and hear men of supposed leirnlng make suite inenls of suih falsehood 1 lie wisdom of theorj was sublime he said but II sank Into liiHigiiillciure compared with the wisdom of practical e-vperlenee All tha theories advanced b all the engineers of Kurooe uinl imi.ri.ri m engineers of i:urore and tinerlm ale In error asserted Mr Mackej In all my iwcnt ears of sheep raising I nevei anw a sheep touch a pine tree ' Piiuri-s iiEsro.ssiniuT This stutement was hreeied with n murmur of .1 rlalnn but Ml Mac key wns mil daunted ami plunged Into an extensive dissertation nn the dietetics of sheep tlu (impose of which was to show that the animals confened actu il lieneilt on the land In which they wem allowed to kraae Mr Macke also ie seined the Insinuation that the grulug of the livestock had aiiMhlng lo do with tn scntclt of water The seisons have charged since wc came Into theto aliees ' he said Of late jears we li.i 1 very little snow How can ou Intelligent men snj the sheep are icspinslhle when (iod Al mlght alono has chirge of the pit clpltatlon I hero were ninnj others who spoke cm minus iiliascs of the iiuestlon but Delegate Dougall tlm choked off the nigunienis wllh n motion for the pre vious nueillon The vote showed Hint the fnimeis weie considerably In the majnrltv nnl the ictolutlon was adopted J W'TED OltDKrt REVOKED The fight wnsremvved later however, nn a resolution Introduced h Jesse il bmtth protesting against the with ilrnwal from entry nnd settlement of lOM nerea in tho Wasatch lunge, and requestlns: the Secretary of tho Intel lor to revoke his order, reserving onlj such limited areas as might be neccsjir for the beneilclal piotectlon of tho water sheds MOItl. UEVTED DEDATE The nBrlcultuii Is tcented denser In II r '.tiion ni there were more n ioi i i c h' th vtoi kmen i i iiluig thai ih fanners wanted i Ih big f i. I i i- iw eiiabiMie 1 In lu h w i ac to ibut out rvervbody an! the farmers rontendlng that the she men desired to have them left open for the iiBe of all alike rinallv the reiolutlm was tabled by a vote of 12 to 7 routines The vote nf Hall Lake rnun was not recorded as the dele gates were evenly dlvlied In sentiment (IOV HC.N r 8 ISIT fJnv Hunt nf Idaho was a special guest of the convention nnd occupied a seat with (;ov Wills on Ihe platform lie was tailed Uon to speak, nnd re sponded wllh a few woids of congratu lation on the work of the Irrigators He snld his own Slate was not mulcted with the same evils revnluit In Utah and that Idaho was receiving somo of th most valued additions tn Its popu lation from those who tame across the southern border to esrape the illlllcul lies that thej encounter here QUIETED DOWN. Small Attendance nnd Pecceful Pro cedure at Evening Session. The attendance nt the evening ses sion was eomiaratlvelv small nnd th members appenred rather listless and unwilling tn enter Into hated contro veisles 1'iesldent "vhel John Evnns was absent, having returned to his heme for the night nnd Mre Tresl dent lohnson was In the chair Ow Ing In the non attendance of some of Hie belligerent members many nf the resolutions Introduced were sciney debat'd at all an I were ad plH or re Jicted Immedlatelv upon being lead In this wnv a goo I deal was nrtompl hetl nnd the table was piactlially ileirtd of (.solutions VO IIKITIlENc- i: TO HOAIU) I The leaolutlun dlsapi rnvlncc of Ih roli.y or iho Iiii I bnaid whlili In 1 been reininniltti'il at the iniinlng f . slim was brought up in amended fii in the iiiy being intuli mm I but all reference lo the 1,11 nd board bein, omitted In this form It pnsel th convention wllh seare-ly a diss ntln- I vote i. n uoriEiiFiK i:pi.iiiKNri.-i Lindsay It lingers one of th. mo I aellvu Irrigators ut tie even n- s i slon encountered some unlrU e xpi rl ences Mr Itngeis Ins ntlenlitl neirly nil Ihe sesslnllH of Ihe ronv lltlnn. bbt hlthirto ban been merely an attentive1 Istener taking little pirt In the de Ilbeintinns Ijist tllil when he nr -c lo spenk he wns chillingel by a. ini-ml,er from Pevler county I I rise to a point of order ' Inter ' ruptcd the Sevier nn mber holding up n cop of an nftirnnnn paper In whl h wni printed the list or ddemtcs Thla man Is not a member of the convon tlon nnd has no right to sprak on thli llesir Ills name Is not on thin II I Arter refeienre to the mil 1.1 oils Ihe secretary assured Ihi objector thit Mr lingers was it member In good standing and full fellowship nnl he was allowed to finish his r-mi ki He hapiened to lie sitting In the pi i c leservel Tor Ihe Oarllel I d leg Ulon md Iinlge Johnson. In grintlng him ii (.million sild The gentleman fioin fJarfleld countj has Ihe Moor" Evm Ihls did not terminate Mr Tiog eiss experiences ns an Irrlr-nlor I pon objecting as Impractical to n rc du tlon bv Delegate Kelser nf Halt lake letltlonlng Ihe Ciovernment to ub llsh nurse lies for joung forest ire a In I'tab he was asled this question by Mr IteNer Does not Ihe Oovernment furnlili flsh with whlrh to slock our str am cs shniitel .Mr Itogers be aue Ornver Cleveland was n 1Kb rman PI.OHAI1LY CLOSE TODAY At 1 'n the convention ndjciurned to meel ngiln nt in nclmk IhU morning The 'iiiestlnns have bnen pretlv well Ihresheei over nnl there Is nppirentlv I ut little tn be done Tlu old n,. Ing -versus- agriculture controversy mil he gone over ni,aln however when the committee reports n resolution In troiuced bj .Mi Llllson nt Ihe tlr t da s session It Is probable the con vention will finish Us lal ors this morn ing nn I n IJourr until April 2nd Convention Notes. A telegram was read from Major C.lnstn.inn nnd A V right of Ogden nsklng that the next Iirlgatlon Con gns be bel 1 In tint ltj r( legraim of nni.r nidations and greeting wer- n reived Irom Senator Kwarns CVingier.ni in Sutherland nnd the (resident of the Intel state Irriga tion Congress In session nt Stetllng Colo REGRET FOR STEVENSON. Resolution Adopted by IrriRatlon Convention Yesteiday Last Let ter Written by Sevenson. v neie of sorrow was struck In the lulkiilo) convention jesterdiv when the .1 .th or c nl e L rttevemon w is nffl ililti ilinoiuired and a propelate icsi Inn ns i f mourning and condolence In li. kIii. (, I bv John llenrj Smith wire aderfietl with more than usual feeling How deeply ("nl Sleveneon wns Inter ested in Irrlkitlon milters and how gresl ihe loss fiistalne I bv the Plate nruuulsi tlon Is best shown b th, lust I. Iter he Is known to have written It was ail dressed In a mi mlier of The lllliune staff wns nmll.il nt K o clock Thmsiliv nushl iwn nnd nm half hours Ik fore Ihe writers death mid was Intemlnl to explain the reason if his enforce I ib senci from Ihe eonvmllun The leltir follows reliiuarj 27 urn: Mj IV ir Mr -Will ou kindly Insert In The Tribune thai e nl c I Htevenson Is coiuliied tn his home wllh an altaik of inll iitiniiilory rheumitlsin I want In so fur as possible let the nubile know that m aluence from the Irrigation convention Is romnulir it Is excesslvelj dlsappnlutlng rspecljllj ns I bad arranged to discuss ihe questions of natloiiHl all and iisllonal legislation as relallve In lull nnd at the Ver) time 1 iniild have had an audience from all over tho State 1 him to he lul.l un jours. (' I. 81 KM SSO.S ! IRRIGATION BILL IN SENATE. Very Little Opposition to Measure In Upper House. TRIM K lll'IH ii ) !. K Str el V v ishliiKliiu I) c" "eh 2 lH! I Ihe lrtlkntl.il hill prepared hv t esiern Congressm. i, ,. lUpre.eninlUes , w II. Iho Uenate for discussion senator Clark of Uvomlng made an able speech In sunpnrt of the bill ibis afternoon anl "; listened to allenllvely It is ex. ie.lc.1 Hint Senitor Dubois will sncnlc loin.irii.w on the bill There Is verj lltlo "PP". tlon In the Senate and friends of tho measure prullil Its eerliiln iHisssae Swl ,h""" ln "le "'""", 're licit so WATEnWOHKS I'On LVMAN. A Wano County Town's Six Thou, sand Dollai Enttrpthe IllihfWII rb .N-lhe little (own of Limit, ,ye roumv his Just eoni fi,ilU.'i,f.,"'m " wat.rvv.irks 1 he Ipe line whkh lonv.vs ihe wmer friin nnuinialii spilng nliove is ne miles long Ihe settlement Is a new on. and Its growth lias hem retarded b havliig I'nVVire' vVili'tVr ,l"ln"rV "'r""'P' ajne county farmer are to build an other reserviir Iwn nave, now Ueu built on the l'remont river and they have proved to he so successful that th. rrl gallon ronipanv owning (hem has d.rllel mi,iJ,uil.lii"iJh.l,n1 " .'t '"fSMh ranch ?'.,ktw".' IIH'3 l'h water from tho vim h.a". ' i,'0rk f, the river The dam will not be an extra one mi but will be ihlrlj f.et In height Fhe t ,t 0 .on! structlon will bo about IMv). i UTAHN FOR THE CABINET W. S. McCornick Being Pushed for Portfolio. MAY SUCCEED HITCHCOCK Movement ln Behalf of the Salt Lake Banker Assuming Rapid Momen tumFriends llnve Presented His Nome to tho President for the Sec retaryship of the Interior It 13 Believed ln Washington That Should Secretary Hitchcock Keslgn, Mr. McCornick Will Succeed Him. Tiuni'Nn nt iu.au, -t- - IW K Street r Washington D ' l"eb 55 A I tah man Is lung men- -f Honed for n place In Ihe C,abl IT !TrSsssssssssssssssssssssssssSaWBs8,'?Aa llS Th slaatHsWCSsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHslssssls llV Y kSisssBV assssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssSssssssssHBsi A liataii9SiniiJiastsa 35s&. X&-isjieas8" "" ',SSv ifteo, net. In high olllc lal di rlci there -f -f Is a strong sentlmi nt favorable - to the appointment nt 11 far- Western man to -the next vn- onnej The East and mid West -f Is amplj iepresentee)r, while the -f Koeky mountain region nnd be- onl Is whnllj without repn- f sentatlon among the President s e high counsellors -f HITCHCOCK S HESIONATION f Tor several months rumors -f have been current tn the effect -t- that Secretarj Hitchcock of the Department of the Interior f would retire anl tho nevvspo- pers have fiequently precllcte 1 his early exit with n. degree of deilnlteness that curried convlc- tlon Although the Kecretorj has neither afllimed nor dls- credlle-I the n port PCK1NO Otir TIMHEIl -f Hovvevei II Is known .osl llvelj tint certain Senators nnd others from . sum Htnlea are lli king out Ihilr vei best Urn- ber rreparatorj to submitting - the claims of their favoreel sons for the consldeiutlon of the ap- pointing pQwci . f HOOSEVEI.T IOOMVfl WEST It Is piediciei with csrtalntj - that should Stridor) Hitchcock lealgn his suneivor must come t from 11 State woi nf ths Ilncky -f mount tins Piesldent House- -t- veil Is known tn be Inciting -f westwaid vvllli several objects In view mil Is said to have r Jlelded to argument tn those) who uige that (he V.ost. and especially the mlneiul region. 4 should have ihe Interim port- f folio A nuinlier of names of t men from CalUiirnln Montnna -f and the Pugi t ound cniintr)- f have been sul mliiel f Ml! JICOHMi K SCC.dlShrED -f 4 Plah also has 1 mim whoe t eminent Illness for the place has - been suggest I to the Presl lent In the person nf W S "IiCor- nick the Halt Iike er, n t e man who has hem 1 Inent In -f llepubllcun counills in tha fir 4 West for 5 ears 4 4 HAS SPLENDID ItECOHD -f As n delegate to the St Louis convention .Mr Mef ornlck wns one of the few Western men lo f Hand llimly In supimrt of Ihe Bold stundard of nionev Ills 4 reiord In support of standard t f monej and in defense nf Ilepuh- llcan principles was such n to 4 ciuse the leadeis of Utah tn urge hla nam- for the United States Fenat. timing the last Leglslatute Ii wlilcli bod he -f had many staunch friends, hut e w as defeated bj a small mugln WILL HECE1VE HLCOONITION. - 1'p to this time Mr MrCor- -f 4 nick has not been m ide n party to the iffert now In Ing put forth -f t pine him at the head of tho -f Interior department, hut one of I I - - , e hii sr lal fn nds a 1 ulted -f -til s nator fr m ft .estrn ' St di has written Mr M Cor- niek advising him of the move- ment and the rapid momentum it Is ivssumlng It Is believed that the I tah batiker will re- -t-4 celve recognition should Secre- 4 4 tarj Illtchcoek leslgn -f -f-f-4-f--f- -t--f4 MB M'CORNICK SURPRISED. Knew Nothing of the Movement Un. til Yesterday. Mr McCornick had received no defi nite Information In regard to the mat ter when consulted nt a lale hour last night although he admitted that the subject had been broached to him The first Intimation I had thnt anj thing of the kind was being consid ered was when a friend called me up over the telephone jesterdav and In formed me that a number of my friends In oillclal circles were Interesting themselves in my behalf In the mat ter I had given the matter no thought whatever up to tint time In fact I did not know that Secrelarj Hitch cork Intended to resign ' LETTER ON THE WAY Late in the afternoon jesterday ' Mr M l ornir-k continued "I received n teli grim from Senator Kearns thai was somiwhut vague nnd at the time I thought It referred to some business proposition It said In effect that a letter was on the waj. and asked me not to decide on the proposition con talned In It until after giving It care ful consideration ' AS TO ACCEPTANCE Mr McCornick was asked If he woul 1 accept Ihe portfolio of Secretary of the Interior If It were tendered lo him b Piesldent Roosevelt lie laughed In n hearty waj and said .Now you certainly would not ex pect me to nnsvver such a question ns that Dent vou see that It would he verj hnd manners for me to accept nr refuse something that had never been orfeied It will he time enough to discuss that phnse of Ihe subject when something has been offered ' CANNOT SELL CANAL. Panama Stockholder Surprised by a Message Fiom Colombia. Pirls Peb 28 At an extraordlnarj meeting of the shareholders of the new Painmn Canal company todaj l'resl dent Ho rend a message from the Con sul General of Colombia nt Paris set ling forth that the companj could not transfer lis concession to anotnei na tion without first, with the assent of Colombia, modlfjlng tho stipulations of articles 21 and 21 of the agreement After a discussion, dining which It was urged that effoits should ho male tj kee the concession fur Prance th,. mectlm, atlopted u lesolutlon express ng approval of the attitude of the hoard of directors and .leildlng. In view of this fact, to postpone entering Into anj engagement. The dlapahh of Ihe Columbine ,m. .... .n.ni. 11 'Jl cue e cnumciiar IOV- eminent wis a complete stiri 'e to the shareholders of the Panam anal iiinipanj who met this arternoon In evpeitatlnn of merelv rallying thn ar il 11 of the board of dliermrs In offer ing the Panaini ('anal ronipinj spiop. eitv to the United Slates for llOonOOml w Ills h oiTer was lo remain open imui Mm.h I mi and authorizing the board to rarry out all the measure for the transfer of thn 1 roperlj and fix and nieept all modes 11ml terms of pa j ment ir the lulled Slates arcepts the offer The consternation therefore, was general when President Ho read Co lomblas Ii legram and n heated ills Mission broke nut The mnjorltj of the apeakeis 1 cine liided that the lelegiam rnetuit the utter collapsu of tho negn nations with the United States and rerenimenl against Ihe United btates was expressed TRIUMPH OF PRINCE HENRY. London Times Comments on Ameri can Reception to Royal Visitor. London Ph 28 -The rimea ihil morning pulllshes ntt editorial on th tiiuriph of Prince Henry In eonvcrtln, the cool friendliness nf his first n ccptinn Into the henrtj enthiHlism whl Ii hi vv nroutis In the breast or the nr jeople, and says this I'ipiili has been won by tut and (Imp am hHs fair to continue Inn. ig until tho Prime kVv,., American shores 'Ihe editorial enprecwes sincere grat. Iflratlon at the manner ln which tin United Stales Is meeting Ihe advuncca of Germinj and udds We niaj fe 1 ot the sama time legitimate ratlsfac- II 11 (hit we dil n watt until non to . I "our admii Hi n and regard for the m iic-in r I If but ',a"y " pre-, I both at 1 time when thev were uf greater value to them The nore closely the Germans adopt American principles nnd the mote steadfastlj the) act upon thm In thlna and elsewhere the better Pl will be the English speaking race on both sides of the ocean BRAVE MEN HOME. Soldiers Who Discovered Agulnalrlo'a Hiding Place Return. San Francisco Cal Feb 2S Among the troops which arrived on the trans port Hancock from Manila were Capt Ceo A Detchemendj, Lieut Parker Illtt and thlrt-four enlisted men ot Companj H, TwentJ second Infantry from Ilaler Luson the mnit remote station In Ihe Philippines It wns this company of soldiers who after many hardships ran down the Filipinos cairjlng messages from Agulnnldo Together with Lieut James D Taj lor Tvventj fourth Infantry they discovered Aguimldos hiding place at Talanan, furnishing th ne ressarj Information whlrh was used bj On Kunston in the capture of Agulnaldo After the capture of Agulnaldo these nflbers ond privates eaptuiel all of Ihe Filipino troops who were with Agulnaldo last i-npt Detchemendj nnd company were also rccentlv hlghtj praised by berretarv of the Navj Long for their work In searrblng for the remains of lining envllle who wns one of the f.llmnre party nnd who was killed hy tho natives HIS BRAIN LIFTED OUT. Remarkable Surgltial Operation Per formed on the Pastor of a . Baltlmoie Church. Hi t inure Ml Feb In one of the in t r marksble operations knivvn lo I rir.rj Ihe bruin or Ihe Itev William A St rk iiilor of the llroailway Herman M V rhnrih nf thin cltv has been actn iilv lift., I Irom It In. I anl the roils or e Kiln nerves th i( hnd c ittsed (he e'e igv I n in exusslve nciiriui;la wern 1 vtraclecl 1 Tin pillenl Is sild tn hive sloj 1 Ihe op. r H in well end f w doubts nf his le er ire entertained Ihe nitration I w i performed at the Johns Hopkins ii 1 1 tul I HAN INTO WASHOUT. Four Persons Killed, Several Injured In Wreck ln Georgia. Orlfnn Ol 1 eb 2 -A siulhbonnd 1 p ensrr train nn the Columbus brinrh t' the Southern nltwav v.cnt through u ir tie into a creek at midnight near Xe t li n.i KII.LKD A ' Mathews, engineer Columbus C. i J 1 Hill baggoge mastrr Colum ' i O Mitrros. mall tlerk Atlanta I I i ic MtDowcil fireman Columbus vi nl passcngi rs were Injured, but n i fntnlls In structure had been weakened bj ih In iw rilns und three bents if Ihe bi 'ue guvc win Ihe Haiti was running (I u-lv nt iho lime or Ihe 1111.lei.11 'tr Itrtt-class conch wn the onl c ir lli.it did not go Into the war bout TLOOD IN THE SOUTH. WIdcspiead Damage 13 Cause I hy Heavy Rainfall. I .Atlanta Oa Feb 5R Not In many rs have Ihe hiutheaXcrn Oiilt Rdilen I vperlrncel elamige so wldffpreul by a pi rm us tint which vest nUs lslted llei'fgll Mih.lmi Tennessee v'liglnll North and South c urollna and Plirlla s far as known seven lives weir lost nl sever il liereona Injured 1 lie il-cm- uge Is enormous, Ihe rnllruads b-iiu 1'ir- ti nl irly hcavj sufferers Pom iivch win lost In a wicek near flrlldii which was ciused bj a washntit the erher d 1 I were negroes wlmsi ablns w ro Miwn awa bv the storm II th stn urns are bank full HOOD AND SrORM. The damage bj slorm In Lee countj Ala Is r. purled (n Iw jMii M Lamlierlsvllle and rtelvldcre Pa the silk mills are Hooded and manj fam ilies were liken Irom their homes In All rillwaj traffic In Ihe mountains of North Carnllni Is complete!! paniljzeil as a result nf Thtirsdiv night's storm The French llrnnd river Is (hi highest ever known all manufacturing 1 lints on (he banks hive teen forced In close Pittsburg and vicinity Is threatened with u disastrous II md Ihe groat ice gorge In tho Allegheny happllj pissed nut without doing any serious damage "!.', . B.r'f l"'"e of vviler behind It whUh Is heltg augmented everj moment bv swollen creeks and mount iln streams nukes It nnarent th it much damage mun r ull One of the most violent gales experi enced In jinn prevailed ihiough nit northern Ohio early jesterdaj u the I levelsnd wealhi r burenu oftlce the wind, wlilcli was from tho southeast registereii II velncltj of elghtj mile, an hour nl one I Imi Scons nf plain glass windows an I skvllehis In (he downtown district were demolish-d CRUSHED TO DEATH. Two Men Killed by the Collapse of ft Furnace Roof. Chicago Feb ! Two men were killed and three were Injured today by the fall lug nf a furnace loot nl the plant ot the South Chlcugo I urnare cornp my DE Ml Frank Itusell head crushel Michael Jirkular I. nlj crushed Whlln Iho three men who w,ro njurPd fP'leSt K, pti'to!, ,1;" IWfiJ Yo .ing''gglinfi.1,,!?- B"" TRIPLE TRAGEDY. Jealousy Causes Death of Woman and Two Men I Igln ill lib : -Henjamln F TIH north an tntluenllal man nf Wood tock nnd owner or extensive machine shops S QklAnd'e.i1'' SPARKS FROM IHE WinES. m:nlng"'l.n,Ta.01,ra7ly'roril;u CRIME AND CRIMINALS. Dnrlel Sweeniv nn uged fanner .. 1 hi dlllghter Mil j were found n"J nlghl In 1 heir home ni wiienx i'n JUii fflrr.-vr'" In Leavtnvvnrlh Knn. I rank it.,n nek, a salnonkeeier shot Dii ir li ter In his place. In that cltv y .T ."?.?" killed hlinsilf The woman .nW l,mn evenlm. liurlanekweTit then a ,'?!' ago from c r le Neb where 1,. s,,r wife and three children. '" h"" " ACHIEVE BIG sjjjj(jj - British Make Combined M6 Against Boers. NEWS READ IN THE COMMOi Boer Losses In tha Two Days j., v Ing ABgregnte Six HundrH " On Killed or Captured Two Thou iforses nnd Twenty-tlght Tk sand Head of Cattle Fall IB(.t Hands of British Troopjjriui Selects Anniversary of Bam Majubt Hill to Win Great Vitu tv London Teh 21 -Following tbj ,. Im cedent or Lord Roberts, who anno Oen Cronjes Mirrend r at raartld, ihe on the unnlversary ot the bain, .. .Majuba hill (February !7 11,51,! ' Kitchener lppnrentlj selc Id t,i,, " nniilversnrj to achieve a big . f bj .1 combined riovm nt lastm, ,' ""r da8 agalnrl the Hoer forces Ji, the Harrlsmith and Van Reensn , H of blockhouses T,u. Hoer loss?, ,".' tins gate 600 men klllc-J or captured an! Mr horses and it .100 bend of cattle h " the hands nf the Hrltlsh troop, "i "J, news was so vv tie nine to the liritlsht ' II was rend out In the House ot rl c mons bj Ihe War bn rotary r R iht .rrka.f7e.lJo'vvs'"f,'', ""fI''dK" KITflllVntlS DISPATCH T. Hanlsinlih 1 eb lesterdav conillnid iieinlons ol the columu t ' rnlna id In driving tl-e liners agiinft ' Harrlsmith an Van licenan iiSimL ., line Tie Illvcr Wllse wisheldS" "m lei ester rifclme it ml Lillntl s mm, HP Irfnntrj fr m llarrlsmltli while n?, sh iimns formed em I h rrnnkfort a I lli tha s pus bin I hous line sm . ,1 vnnce.1 south ho' ling the coitnirr J. tween Hie VMIi. nnd tin Nntnl rr '." on (he llrsl night n severe allimj, ) brenk Ihie.tgli ni made nl n pohiv lh nrd the Nevv cilandcri bchavn i rl grr it galhinirv The tigbUiu- vi ,t 1 tn e qmrte, , the lleers ilruvc a la 1, herd 01 cattj fiontnf them hi us, .Mnnl Dn""' Hoer lend, r Wis klhc I nil ihln de 1 1 Uoeri were found 011 th m Ovir 11X1 hois- 1 w re I lie I and vtn of rattle wer. I on our hnhd. b 1 mill illemil to I ik ut wen m nd In two e ises 11 -,1 d On tN?i dnj If Uiere with rlllr md hore7i t ipt tired MN1 1,01.1 Hklllln ll ihe eoluiiini ha 1 noi mi riror 1 Ihe oiir 1 I 1 V p lie n vile vi- n P. r I vi been klllr 1 n lil eners In 1 r haa I 1 o b- 1 ie head 1 r 11 1 w s c shiep 1X11 till. il rnim if, inunlllein I 1 n s I ci le v Hi w t eon j 1 1 1 1 i ( mnu l.nts Mejir ml 1 il,. r f (. r t lornets lie 1 t r 1 1 , very mipii in- o ins int. r M I ll a TheXare 1 11 Ir I rmlrKr pljlng lo n 1 1 1 1 H m. Commons li v 1 1 10 el ( Is He exception 01 ih 11 t if cinnli I I ad been 1 ceiv il ,1 in r rn nn. I of a Itiitijii , iivo rr ij i vi rr. reir Klerki Ioi, 'o r en bud I tcportti! kill I but t re vvcie iVj IW vvoun I I NOI VI I, nr HDt In rcoso t in ml v maid tho novnnnietit 1 to n, fate e esenrt it 1 .n oj f ,1 ,11 car wblch iccordin- I a ,1 ,pit f Lird Unci er r m c pi bile Fcbtui -ith win aiic I, nd cii lur I the Uuoiii south est of 1:1 rkidj Transvaal colon r b 1r 2ih j,, Klleli-p. 1 Inr 1 at I I nc follol messige A report ha Jt st I in ie I veil II sixteen utile rs nnd I l m, n were hi I rlsoners f tl, un nftlc r oil men have Inn 1 I d ( ol nden of ihe miu 11 im nr who nunded la still i pr ner M-iJ Vriia who i.imn 1 1 the Infnnlrv t V'.?'!'.lc'! , " " .' "", " '" In nhtalnl ilellnlln Inform Illnn Lend Kitchener m i nothing In I response nbc ut the two guns that t Huers cnptuiel wllh the convoj it Ir Urenlilik the fctr tary of Su lot War iinnounc d In the Hause Cnmnions todaj that tho (lovcrnme hod nn further Inf rnntlnn beyon'' thi eotitnuinleali I In Lord Kit, hener 4 ti pulch CHNSOItSHIF STRICT The censoishlp In South Africa lu been excissivelj strict for some tip pnst nnd dl?p ttrhes have constnue: ly suflered n rlous delay In some cv Ihej have been held up for one nr Ir dajs both at C ipo Town und I'retorli A dispatch lecelv d tonight fro Harrlomlth shows that fien De Vt anil Mr Stejn were Within the nelek scribed bj Lord Kitchener In hli li patch from llnrilrmlth, conccrnlnr; i killing or ejptining of COO Doers dtirlt the) last two diys but escaped be' tho line vvai- enmpletcd RAWLINS S SUCCESS. Tonights dlspitch from Harrlsraltt also sajg that Col Rawlins scored If highest success of the drive He ije ecitled In completely suiroundlnf 1 la iger of loci Hoers nnd gave them oc hour In which lo decide whether th would surrender or light. The Brt Uncling escape Impossible, surrendtrrf nt ills retlon. nnd not a shot was flret DR. C W. HIGOINS, Microscopic and Anilytie Phtlt!" 28 YCARS IN SALT LAKE. SALT LAKB Microscopic Medical Institute C W. Higglnj, M. D, Mimger and fie?. sr. ri.M.o norPL. Corner Main and Third Souta, Has practiced In Bait Lake City tart ly.nyo years, and Iho wonderful 5 establlslied cures he has effected lo " lime provn tho sclenlltlo prlnclpl.J which his medlclnex are compoun'iT Forming diagnosis by ll.o alii of n 3 croseopo enaliles him 10 detect tus CJ. msry muse of iliseasn and effect a rsaiej cui 'Ihe Doctor haa cured thousands" ervllll. Debility, Jlenlal and F&'lc" i-sKne., nnd Mervou. I'roslratlon. nd will foifelc ,uo for any case i under his ireatmeut which h !"' cure , .. All classes of private diseases eureJ all old lingering diseases which '";,. tha blood anl hniialr the stn. ,j oughlyand pennanentll cured Livei r ', klcTney cnmplalnt curacf All els.se , cured Tapeworm removed. with r.S,, ao pay. ottlce hours, 10 to I "" ' I leucs. sent for a list of giefj'ft'ujj Br. c. w. llissini. ealt UktSW"