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- r The iyTER-rouyTATv farmer axd lUxcmtAX,
, r r ambling ot th puh-
'" , (or meat ot every
v i ty the stitement
r t, and othcis Inter-
."'r, i commons, such ns
.mi- W' "ltp' e,c
p r t lit Liinilltlnn, and
11 m at trust " It la
?. n.t nf rattle la
' lhr h "f the added lip;.
Ifrlir liifchist pi Ice In
for hi '" '
Benefit to Stock-Orowcr.
tin k Is getting "II tho
of i; d prlip of meat
j.ls ,r it soil said the
jk1 il of Armom .
,(rrl I mi pisl the cattle
j 1 1 11 Hie picker hit In
I I i whit will sou
,i rni i vmv the pick-
, loth i r mil mss 'I'leaso.
I oi ' t li i c sour caltlo
Tl,. i in lib price nnd
ff pi k r li 'in take the c itllo
Pttstnt Trie a on Hoof.
If on 111 h f ro Mdllng from
npe in Th former llRiiro Is
nTrx n nri I the I liter for enin-
( Th i" weight of the
m rk t Hi rar has decreased
; i b r Hi I t" fM Thin li
i the f P lia- heon blmrt
t i k h hren undcr-
1 in in 'I iciuse the ralf
ne only v . mug htock on
ire t II no c ittle left
1 r I ih it were on the
hive y Inucht up b the
1 t Ing fittened for
i ii h i Ntbtaskn One
:1 th Id ideeis Khlppel
rah i 1 li hnn . weie sold
K3 ski f M pel head.
I to filling ort In
I f f In the letnll tnde
' li pil i The pi lee
to I lining up In sym-
n f liliniich theio Is no
I he i o of hogs I'roh-
i f i th fiK t thnt people
i mt iiffnrl lie f hne heen
i"lc m ilius In re islng tho
If 1 h i rms.1 ( hli k.-nx
;lfi ii liuilii"- to show tho
I i I ilemiml I be-
niert ' I hifcher next win-
i I r In the history of
Ilmt- s ef Unit Cent,
r mnr m t dcilers of Salt
"h h 1 ml letnll. re
!l " ' r me Ret tins
P I'M Irr m ngnlnst
In A i r I t join Sheep
1 -" if ' nil" l lice, and
r ii hlghei ( om-
' ' r i ' ninicner, arc
I u no t of tho
1 ha in boon Vlteadv
I v 1 in a City and
' r n from 5 cents
'li o prlece, the
' T u i th in covers
' i i i !- of small
dgherFilc j Predicted.
' r 1 I hnncvci tint
, "" i "P diiilmr the
' , I in thl hope the
1 ieis llml (anno
i ' iiirh the rnn
" ii ' in feel lillitrlotiK
f ri lush inlcefl of
!', , " lU with pei-
' J ' ' m es until
' r I on the in ii-
SUp C-ittif in Tiom Knst.
L" . '"I eittle In this
f. J ' i id shlppeil 10
r , I other iitcrn
I ' I i or a loial
( ' k ' HII hment "thn
, . i I ii linn In the
L ' ' M'llte a 3 1 1 1 1
I,,, " lK 'llllM I
V,L . ' rt em Kinnet,
I'"" illnilled to mm
t,, , i I ill of I lie Flip
k " I ' ihlo that In a
I,, , ' ' loiiipelled to
I ' r lit. in whleli
I r " no inikli hlKhci
bi E M , Sh0p3i
I' k I "lur that onls
f a I ir of n i loir Is
I , i lln ninntry.
I Inn i 1 .10 iiouniln,
I ., f i Jlr iIiIl me it
I , ' ' I e of the (ul
,,, Mi hide hoofs and
I " ' ' nd riitinllu'whlLh
In i , ' I eiy llttlo
I . " ' mi whUh Kiimii
': i ninninn hii-
I pi! i i tnlillslinientB
, "1, ' or thu pIk i
lri . . ' i and tin uiuiu
I Hidn on I)f-iie.
h ' ' I Htei of cat-
H J,, , ' ed Impf hio
I X ' '" ' HI he no
I I ' In tho pilco
I h r kipoiIh A
I 'li ahout JJ .0,
I ' line prtMill-
I "d tin le Is no
I I - Hio nihei dl-
I or Ihioh Hl(
I " of r. cents
I , "old menu nn
u ii pill op
,f ' ' (.Ives Bonio
1 li iiinmint and
it ricim u
Jr m '' nil! llliseil
' I, , " " Urn heef
I" r "ns tho diulei
. H 10
"I It hnlllni;
, lh III)
I "Is 7 'fl
' , ' W
" , Ulf a suilie, '
s , , "it .xeiy
I ' athlliK whUh
'v lid , "" wloltf.
i, "' 'I'linyotlur Hut
, w l "'It o a ief
J y , f ien nut of
,h l J'!'1 ""' mulii-
'"I many iner-
cantlle estohlWiments do huslness on
siuh a. rm.ill mursln.
Wosto In Cuttlne;.
.Im"',c". """ " nro miny
tuu r'h.YI,88 ,h,.t lmn ,0 ' -arefully
liront m,rtlfi"no ," Kolns "' m ""
he end or '?," ,","llt '""h -KIU nt
?! ' !. .f "'0 I'onlh Tor Instan.e.
- M,piJm'.a "k'" "It-I'mmd toast
- the only ono In tho nurket -J he tUs-
mTt ,w i 8l ,n i.1 "1U"r, l,"",k Wh
om any bone ni fat J his tnhes four
i1m"::,',UI "f ",0 ',lwe "I'd leafes us
wi ,.f"y l"eHt nf lhnt Mli Ih"
un,.i ?' ",Pr "ai"8 J""1 " rents
worth or porterhouse sleak Wo could
eut a thin slice tor n entB hut he
"ants It thl, , A thu k one'oIiV!
miuh" "'"' ."" "Ic 0,lt J,1,t thn'
tlnno l'i.linr?1 """, ,,"J would roil.
oWr. m" lliK "nl', nl ,l l"ollt mU8'
ouere tliise rules
Neer tut i sinnll ploro 0f meat, to
mo a custnmpi the host h ilf. It ou
do. jnu mo out Neicr sell n loin or
pnrterliniiae steak for less thin three
limes the coat per pound of the whnlo
beer 1 or shoulder steaks, one and out.
nuir, rlli rnist, one und one Inlf.
IoVm' A,Mrl! rr,In' '" "" ntlc,t b
nlih Ml Ir'li..ho attilhules tho
high pilio of beef to the biiren con II
lo",,f 'he Western public Krnlns
1-inds They hae ben UFed In mm
Ii on by stock raisers he sns '110111
they hae been eaten lure There he
Injt no cRolatlon. the rain Jus piswcd
tlirouAti the Kiound like a foIp, and
has been carried nwuy rnpldlj In deep
desert meadows hno becomo a
'Cattle lune Rnzed below tho point
of sustenance, for them " s lys Mr. Irish.
ind sheep haxe followed to cat what
lemalned to the roots, nnd tramp the
surr-iie Into dust Thp aRrlculturnl sot
tiers hue theh fieeholds lnaded by
nninadh Mocks nnd herds Ithnl stock
"'eii hold a lortlon of the roiiRe with
Winchesters llomkldes redden tho
striiKRle for survival, anil n Rieit In
dustrj Is dslne ot stinntlon The
whole region has less wnter foi IrrlRn
tlon, and lenrly srona less ImltliiR to
tho settlers who seek a homo support
id bj that means"
Leasing; Plan Recommended,
The icniedy foi these clls, Mr. Irish
believes. Is to ho found In a plan which
wis vlopieii under slmllai conditions In
Texas nnd Australia, wlure the Krnz
Ini; lands were leised, nnd tho rinses
In time, leslored to their orltliul leed
lnir capacity. Colorado, Idiho. Jlon
tnna, Nebrnskn. Utah nnd Wjomlnc
now lense their ht He I mds and de
rive from them an Income of more than
tl (00 000 a jeir. The Tederil (Jovern
ment Is Inlnir urred to adopt tho s1me
polliy Willi Its (OOOOOOOO acies of Braz
ltiR land west of the 100th meridian It
has been roconimendpd by the National
I.lve-Stoik association tho Amerlcin
Cttle.fJrnweIs nssoilitlon, the Pacific
Stockmen's iikwhI itlon the hecrelnry
of AKiliulture In his Inst retort, und
rresldent Unosevelt In his mesiiiRp to
ConKress. This would result, Mr. hlsh
believes. In vustlj InirensliiR- thn sup
pl or cittlo and lellcvhiR- the living
expenses of millions of people
Wlint Local Growers Siy.
Local cittlo men aRree with Mr. Irish
that the lulse Is whnllj due to In
cieasod pi lies of feed 1111 1 they ore In
clined In make llGht ot th trust'
Idea. Nevertheless it Is lominonly be
lieved that Kroner will piollt but llt
tlo on rui omit of the ndtanied rice,
except In cubes whoio they own their
ow n f ed
No Benefit to Wc,st,
J. C I.eirv, maniger of the Union
Stocky irds, Is or the opinion that the
Wtstern stockmen will not leap any'np
pieclahlo benefit ficnn the hlt.li pilco of
' The trouble Is tint the prices will
so oir belore the Western caltlo will
he leady for tho maiket Cattle will
le lushed In fiom other plicca before
the VAoHern Riuss-fel caltlo will be
leady ru the iniiket 'ihe ieult vlll
be that tho 1 rices will ro oil and our
people will ,rt 111 benellt, 'i stein
infers me supplying about 71 per cent
of the local demand and 1110 getting
good prices for this stulf but not as
fcood us they t,ot hist ycir. '
Rise Is Nntunl.
' It Is Just ilh natural for the price of
beef to fco lilgher as it Is for the price
of potatoes to go hlKhei,' said M, IC.
f'aisous, ' lc ed Is scnico and expen
sive, it cojts inonej to 111 iko heef and
Hint Is all there Is to II Corn, cotton
seed mull nnd nil cake 1110 twlco as
high 111 prim as they weto a year nieo
ami that is wlij beef Is higher l don t
take un stock In nil this talk about u
beef tlllst No tl lint call loullol the
nietil situation 'Jheie Is 11 si uclty of
bief, Uicie. In a big fuielgn ikiiuin I bo
lause uf tho nimles In the riilllpplnes
and hnuth Afilcn, nud these causes
combined with thn hlKh prlcu ot feed
ale making high pilccs of beef, 'lhe
stockmen or the Wist are not piodtlng
bv tho high pikes except vvheio they
own tlielr own feed.
"lho price nf heef will go higher,"
.Mi. r.usons conllnued, ' befoio the
giuss-fed nittlo behlii to como Into tho
maiket In Jum Prices will go lower
then, hut not near so low as they weie.
'Iheio 110 plenty of ians,o cittlo In tho
West, but fill cattle 1110 veiy scarce."
B. T. Siundera Oloomy.
H 1'. Hiundeis takes n. gloomy vluw
nf lho futuio aa It lollies to beet sup
plj. "lho situation Is nlnimlng." ho said
discussing tho subject, tho has -fed
e itlto are pnii-tlially 1 leaned up In tho
West 1 Just llnlshed Milpplng 4000 head
of fat steers from tho Ills llolo buisln
In Monlnni and that cleans out that
dlstilct 1'iicoH or betf and mutton
mid pnik us well will go Lousldeiably
higher, "lhe glass fed rattle, will not
le leady foi the maiket befoio Juls
or August There Is an ubiiiidince or
young entile and feeckis they nro
ihtnpei than they weie last icur ho.
cause of tho scaiclts of feed, hut theio
Isiiswirclts "f fat cattle
Caltlo aie now higher than they
weio In 1SS2." Ml hiundeis said,
"Ihey were hlRh then becaiifo of the
scaiclts of feed lhe coin clop last
ynir was bill CO per 1 'nt of o full cnin
and It is peif.ctly intmal 1 tint beef
should be hlRh It costs fiom M In
U) tindet present londltlons o fatten
a Ricei. All this talk about tho trust
Is nit I' Is made nut of whole cloth
by the sellniv Join mils The trust ex
ists nowheio else Tho high III' o of
b.f, nilltton nnd pork Is helping e
stockman and the funmr ."hen lho
fanner Is prosperous 1 icislmdy is I "
p.imis Labor Is RittH'S S'""J, Sfc,"
und there Is 110 eomplilnt as to tho high
prko of beef fioip lint soune
Clienner In Tvvo Months.
Secretary of Agriculture Wllmti 1 was
Interviewed by nn tlastern 'PJP
a few' dasu 8o, and gao Ids view or
the summon from th stan Ipolnt of
pnit UIU ,t0,Kl lMr' J'!aldin
'I predict a fall In tho price of beef
fopmJ!.i.u". lllSRrn" iuttl! f en
dpr i"!"3'. .Thc,e '" "othlug to hin
der the butchers In any ells fiom ma
iU r... ?" "Brment nmong themselves
.nJ,i,i.n",a,ic,"t '" n"e ' ie Western
ti 1 . for tlu Pun'" of bus I ig 1 it
ii.1.L1!,Il"et,llem "hipped to their illy,
ll"2l" " nlcl nt 11 prollt, iirct
J, if, ,lK. tH1! set lh" n,e trauspoi
tatlon late given to overs one else
in .ilT V. fet" ". lontr rate hecomes n
a Z ... ' 1.Vtt.mfW over nil those who are
Why Ilcef Is High.
I do not know whether or not there
Is a combination cm the part of the
rickets to put up the price of melts
!n,.. 1' no mn "f knonlng I do
h.?..: llon",er thit owing 10 the
HwunpM of last yeai's corn crop the
,ir7M..wrrc "" "hp io fel i-heni.
for nn.ke't ia'Ue 0 "" to fa,ten ,"el"
"there aio plonts of grass cattle In
f !,;"i,v V01" '" nlh and the
ein . avo been Riving It to their
f,." 1 ft ''onble the orillnnrs price
mimels 60 to w) rents 11 bushel. They
i,V .,.""1 fw c""n seed oil so ns to
Help tide ovel
The farmers have been getting 7
leiils 11 pound for iattp cm the hoof
I ho average steer going into ilikago
eliei.ua it lifts pomids to the hundred
il.i J?""1 e-itliiiiitpd that If a ealf
m ' .ce!'." a Poimd on the hoof, It
win mst 11 cents when diessed
Hrst-elass beet di esses nbniit
sixts pounds to tho hiindred" con
tinned the becretars 'and the woilds
hlRh-wat.r mink along this line Is be
ween slxts Hiid hcvents ihiuii.Is but
the aveiage Is ahmit tiftv pounds 1 his
will Mve tome Idea of what mnt costs
trip butcher. The choice euts hip nl
wajn lun up In prl.e and this Is whs
we have, to pas hi mm h feu our inputs
While beef will be eheapei when
the glass-fed cattle ate In 111 irketable
snipe nun ,nu uin not operate to
reduce the prko of the pioluels of the
h"R as tint animal cannot 1 men on
High Wages; High Meat.
"I hose are some of tho prime nusea
for the high prlies of me its There
are ntheis of equal Impoilance Wages
aiegood Infnu t,j nro higher than
evei before This e 11 iblcs tiers one to
eit whenever he fancies This condl
linn ere ites a heavj demand for food
products, and all of them arc unusu
' Another muse fm the Incre.ire In
the bu pis of beer Is thp drain on tho
corn supply to rntlPii horses nnd muli
'or our forelrn markets there Is 11
large dem md for mules und horses
for use In South filca These nnlmals
must be rattened the sjme as cnlllo
m order to bilng a satisfactory prlc.
These 1110 some or the nuturnl causes
which eontilbute lei bringing nbout tho
existing condition, but It Is Impossible)
rw me to ans whether, In nddltlon to
this, the packers havp arbitrarily
ad.leil ans thing to the pi lee, ns that Is
if matter with which I hive nothing to
As to a Monopoly.
"If overs one secuies the same trans
portation rale It Is not possible ror the
pickers entliely to control the sell
ing price, or late yeirs the Chicago
pickers have sent moat In nearls eveiy
ilty and town In the I'nlled Males, nnd
the old method or the butchers dress
ing beet ror the loeil maikets hna dis
appeared 'I710 packers save evtrsthtng
and use every part or tho cattle. Noth
ing Is wasted
'ir thero should be 1111 Investlgitlon
to determine whether thcie Is a toin
hlnatlon of the packers foi the lncieas
ing of prices, theiso conducting It
wojld have to Inquire into all of tho
factors which Influence the price. If
such a combination exists. It probibly
would be found In lower transporta
tion uites, but, of course, I would not
presume to say tho rallioads dlscrlml-
II ite In ravoi or the packers, for I huvo
not means ot knowing.
' One of the fenliiies of an lnvestlra
tlon of this kind would be to get nt
the late allowed bs" the transportation
companies Trom the Held to the
slaughtcr-houbcs tho lates are tegular
un uniform, so far ns vie have been
nblo lo learn Hut what they me rrnm
tho si lughter-hotise to tho consumer
Is 11 question on which I havo no In
' Theio Is evlilenlls" n, large supply
of stock steeis sheep and liogs but
not enough com to fatten them lho
suppls or tattle at Chkago shows tint
fat tattle ale scarce In about two
months there should be some relief, as
grass fed cattle will begin to leach tho
market w Ithln th it lime. This depends
on the lncallts, howevet. Cattle have
been em glass since April 1st. Thooo
whleh worn In Rood condition at that
tlni" will be iciely for the mirkct early
ANOTHER RAIN RECORD.
Trcscnt April tho Wettest In Utah
(Sunday s Dalls )
The heavy laluf.ill of Thursday night
at tin broke the lecoiel foi the countrs.
109 Inches picclullatlon legistcilng in
the. local weather bureiu ofllce. Chi
cago hid (he next heaviest rain with .70
Inch, while l'ocalello took third honors
with .'0 Inch Tho rnln ceased falling
eaily sestculiy fnienoon
Theso llguies swell tho preelpltntlon
for tho month to .110 Inches, making
1 .'I Inches above the averngo for the
month and bringing the pieclpltntlon of
the seir to 3; Inch below the aveiage.
The heavs ralu had lho effect of re
ducing the temporatuie of Utah and
vv ostein Color ido tonslderabls. Ho
much so thnt frobt has been predicted
for this mumlng W'hllo the fiost will
bo light In tho vklnlts of this ills. It
will bo heavy throughout the Htnle.
Dcsplto this no serious d image to tho
trops Is expeetid to 11 suit .is thn or
chardlsts lire thoroughly pn lured
The present month has, according to
Dliector Murdoch, been one of lho most
icniJikublo In the hlstots of the wenth
et bine in, hiving no less than three
lecoid-bio.ikliig ralmttnims 'lho one
between the 7th and th giving a. tue
clpllatlon of SS Inch, that of tlneo lass
ago 111 Inches and "lhuisday nights
storm onl 0J Inch less.
'iho present month nlso holds tho rec
ord for being the wettest since 186,
when the record of the vvealher depart
ment was leached, ill inches being
1 cached thnt month
PASSING OF ANOTHER PIONEER.
Cnpt. Peter Rcld Dies at Good, Old
(Suntlus's Dills )
IVtor Held, one of Bait Iike's plo
peers, died of kidney nnd stomach trou
ble nt tho Keogh-Wrlght hospital nt a
Into hour Thinsduy night and will bo
bulled from the hlxteonth ward mect-liiR-hoiise
at 11 30 Rundas.
Capt Held was a native of Argsle
shlre, Scotland, born In 18SB He be
cumo a, Mormon In 1$M and came to
Iiliih two ye-irs later In 18,.r ho mnr
rled Miss Illnna Dwldsnn 111 Salt Like.
Ills wife, live sons and ono daughter
was prominent In tho militia and theio
pained his title He vas In the cam
n iIkii against tho I'nlted btatoa troopn
unlet fJen Johnston In 1857 and
nniched with hU cnnfedrrilea t-o Kcho
canson to stop the army at that point.
II.. was n man nf good habits and
It lives consl lerable properts.
' NprTOiine nnd Nerve.
The 111010 neivom 11 man Is the 1'sn
nervo ho ban That sounds paradoxical
but It Isn t, for nerve is stamina.
Hoods Bnisapnrlllft gives nervo It
tones the whole sssteni perfects dlgcs.
ton nnd assimilation, nnd In theierore
tho best medicine, u n'rvous person tan
"'lY'sou set (Ired easily, mentally or
ph)Elcally. take It It will do sou good.
KEARNS COMING HOME
Senator Leaves Washington
for Salt Lake.
SPENDS ONE DAY IN CHICAGO
Tuesday He Will Be In Omnha and
That Night He Will Leave for
Utah, Where He Will Remain Un
til Mny 12th The Senator Is of
the Belief That Congress Will Ad
journ About tho Middle ot June
Ho Fjcsents a Number of Utnhns to
1606 K Htreet. .
Washington, I) C, April :it. 1
Senator Keams left for the West this
afternoon. Ho will slop over at (. hl
cago one day nnd nt Omaha nil day
Tuesdas, leaving tint nlRht ror bilt
Iike, where he will rem iln until May
12 on linpoilant public nnd pilvate hind
ness He will lclfirn to Washington In
nmple time In volo upon the Important
incisures now pending 'lhe sen itor
told The 'li llmiio correspondent today
tint ho looked for the adjoin nineiit of
l oiikicss nbout the middle or June All
bills In which the Senator Ins a speilal
Inteie-st are being looked after bs his
llils morning Honator Keams called
at tl W hlln Ilotiso nnd presented O.
t. ltcebu; h new bank examiner,
thanking the President ror the honor
of the appointment Piesldent .Mi IJuir
rle or th. 1 islern Mormon mission wns
In the house nnd mot the President,
v ho wns most Rinclous In Ids hnppy
remarks In tefeienco to Utah and Its
lhe becictnry of the Interior today
reverted the decision of the genernl land
milco denying the application or Abra
ham Cole ror repasment nt the tlist In
stallment on the purchase money paid
bs him on desert land entry for ceilaln
hind In the Poise, Idaho, land ells
trlct Hepiynient Is claimed on the
ground tlmt the entry was erroneous
and not susceptuble of condi million be.
cnuso tho land Involved wns Fltunted
on both sides or n meandering stieatn
nn I must thereforo be wgnrded us
.MOTION' TOR IinilKARlNO DHNlnT)
Jlotlons for rehearing were denied bs
tho Secretars In the eases of Isaac W.
lllake. -Michael Itsan and James II
Abbott, for lev lew cif departmental de
cision confirming action of land ofllce
In denying their applications for le
pnsment of Hist Installment or pui
clnse mnnes pilcl on desert land entry
for certnln Innd In MIIcj City land dis
itncoMMiiNDno rou rr.Acn
Mr. Kutherlnnil to lay recommended
the appointment of Simuel McAfee as
Pnstmister ot White Hocks, nnd Mrs.
Cairlo C JoneH nt Mnrssiale. He also
presented several petitions favoring an
educational test for immigrants.
iDAHOA.v i,i;avi:s rou nosin.
II. V. bamuels of Wallace. Idaho, a
graduate of the Columbia Law bchool,
his leturned home,
Idaho I,npival, Nez Petces countyi J.
A Ilnrton, vice II, L Walrnth, re
signed. W'somlng Illchnrds, Tremont county,
C. r. Hnckenberg, vice M. u. Jim, ic
PARK CITY POSTOmCE.
President Appoints Nellie N. Phlriot
Washington. April L This morning
Just before his dopurturo for the West
Senator Keams lecommondcd to the
Piesldent tho mine of Mrs. Nelllo N.
Phlriot to be postmaster nt Puk City,
Utah This afternoon President riooso
vent nominated her to tho Benito for
Mis Nellie N. Phlriot, appointed
postmislei toda$. Is a Summit county
woman Ipivlng been bom and raised
heic: sho Is about 37 sonm or age. Sho
Is the daughter or Mi. und Mrs. 0. ().
Hnjder, u sister-in-law of Masor Lvnns
or this cits, also a sister to W. I. Ills
nnrk and Wlllard Hnsder; she Is a
cousin ulso or Prank J. Cannon. Bhe
was man led to Hd Phlriot about nine
teen sens ngo, her husbind wan en
gaged In the butcher business here.
Since tho death of her husband,
seven soars ago, rho has supported her.
Keif and three clHiightcrs I15 her own
elTorts nnd giving her children every
educational advantage she Is Indus
trious In a murked degree, Two seirs
ago sho was registrar for tho Second
voting ellsltlct and proved very elll
clent In her work, Sho has olwass
b. en a strong Ilcpubllcnn under nil
elicumstances und has ulwasa taken
un nttlvo Interest In political milters
Her appointment gives general sat
Isfnctlnu In the Park foi It Is certain
that the duties of tho office tindei her
will bo Riven most careful attention.
She has ulrcads received congratula.
lions fiom tho leading Kepublltana ot
Mrs ljhlrlot'B appointment was no
surpilse hero as It was generally eon
ceded that sho would get the olllcc
when n chint,o was made; sho had
practically no opposition.
A WOOLGROWERS WAITING.
Delay In Settlement of Patronngo
Question in Case of Commissioner
of Uintah Toicst Reserve.
(Sundjj s Dully )
Members of tho Utah Woolgrow ers'
nssoclntlon 010 Imputlently waiting for
tho settlement of u Congressional row
which will determine who Is to bo com
missioner of the I'lnlah foiest resolve
Daniel S Marsh ill of Hlch county was
appointed on the rpcommendatlon of
Congressmun butlioiland to succeed
Commissioner (lecirgo r. liuchor on
Apill 15th. Mr. Marshall Is at Kania.i
whole tho headquarters uio to bo, but
ho has not set tnkoti lho ofllce It Is
underwtood that tho Depirtmcnt of the
Interior has countermanded tho order
appointing Mirshall The reason ror
this Is supposed lo be the luiluenoo of
Congiessnun Hltt of Illinois, upon
whoso recommendation Ilucher was up
pointed, The woolgreiwcra aro not
v Halls Interested In tho duel for tho
control of pationige but they nio anx
ious to have the matter settled so that
the cun confer with tho Conimlrslonei
lelatlvo lo the apportionment of sheep
throughout lho reserve.
I'or Orer I Ifty 'V.enri
An old and well-tried lemely. Mrs
Wlnslovv's Hoothlpg byrup has .heon
used for over tlfty sars by millions of
mothers for their c Mil Iron while teeth.
Inx, with perfect suceesu. It soothes
the child, notions tho glims, allays nil
pain, cuit-s wind inllo and Is the bent
remedy for dlnrrhoea Bold by drug,
gists In overy part of the world lie
sura and ask forOIrs Wlnslovv s Sooth
ing Syrup and take no other kind.
TUESDAY rOKXTN-G, ATOTL 20, 1002. J3 ffCflH
Report of Combination of In
WHAT THE ALLIANCE MEANS
R, C. Kerens Declares ti New Trans
continental Lino Will Result It
Will llo Composed of Senator
Clark's Los Angeles Read, the
Oould'a Missouri rnclflc nnd Wab
ash Lines nnd of a Lino Flora
Cleveland to Either Raltlinoro or
K Chlcigo April 57 - Bon,ntnr K
f Ke.rns of t tah, Pcrrs H llcalli, f.
. nlso niw nt I tub, and II C Ke-
r rens or St I mils spent tod is In ".
(.lilctiR'i, confertliig toRcther re-
K Riirtllim the alTnlis of the l.oj An- .
V. gclesSalt Ijiko rallwas
P. Mr Keions in an Interview con- .
P. firmed lho iceent rtpoits that tho P.
P (liutlds linvu lieinui Intprcstod P.
P. with Senator 1 1 irk In this enter-
P. prise mid lint Hip oubomn of tho P.
P. alliance woull lo a now lninsion- P
P. Iltiintal line Connei IIoiih havn P.
P, It on srciirtd out of l'lo eland to !
SCiiipsvIIIp O and theme to llel P.
K llimer, VV n, fiom where ,t con P.
P. licit Inn will b 111 uio with New P.
P. port News or linltlmore either by
P, purtlllise of Mars bind, owned by P.
P lho cltj of Iiilllinore Tho hive P.
P. offered Jiono'oou, but Mr, Keions P.
r si$s rival Interests have outbidden .
P. them. If lhe Wtstern Mnrslmd P
P. eniinot be bought tbos will build or
P. connect lo Niwport News bs nb P.
P. sorption of the VItrIiiI l ( ontral P.
P. 'ihe new ssstrm will be composed P
P. thus of Senator Clark 8 l,oa n- P.
P. Reels ro id ot the Ooulds' Missouri P.
P. Put trie and the Wabash, nnd of tho p.
P. line from novel in I lo either Hub P.
P. tlmore or Newport News P.
p. p. p. p. p.pp.pp.p p. p. p. p. p. p. p. p.
MR. MORTON IS DEAD.
Tho Tormcr Secretary of Agrlculturo
CHICAOO. April M -J. Sterling Mor
ton former Secretary of Agriculture, died
of cerebrnl troubles at 4 in o clock Sund ly
uftrrnoon at Like Porest nt lho homo
ot his son, Mark Morton
Tho llln.ss or Secretary Morion dales
ironi list November, when ho conlrncted
a revere poll whlto speaking at tho Slock
show 111 LhlclEO.
Tho arrangements for the runeri.1 nro
as set incomplete hut It Ins been deter
mined thin rrvlrrswlll be hel I at Luke
Inn t at ! o clock Tuesdis afternoon
The Interment will be nt Nebraska City
A sp'dnl (rnln bearing the remains of
Mr Morton and members nf lit family
and friends will leaee 1 ko Porcst lues,
lav nrternnon for Nebraska ills, whero
Interment will occur
Sketch of His Cnreer,
WASHING rov April :t-Judu Sterling
Morton wns In Washington fur tmir vtars
as Htirelnry ot AKrlcultille In President
Cleveland s second administration He
wns a man of steadfast tonvlctlons un
swerving honesty and undoubted nblllts
The ex-Sctrtlars was ? jears old Sun
ins. this having hen the nnnhersirv nf
his hlrthdas He was of Scotch l.ngllsli
th scent H wns hnu In Jefferson muii.
ts. N.V, Ills pircnls moving to Mield
Ran when he was very smuig He waa
u Rrailiiiite of I'nlon collfRe, Niw York
llo u four times uonilnaled by his
party ns (.overnor of Nebraska, but was
defeated tach time Ha wns a stalwart
'gulcl nnn, ' am had an earls fulling
out with lion William J. Iirsun. whoso
I olltlcul usplrat oas ho oppose I vigor,
ousts. He wiis identified nfrlclally with
many asrleultural und horticultural of.
ANOTHER LINE TO UTAH.
The, Denver & Salt Lake Has Seen
Denver, Colo, April 150 I. Sns'
dei, chairman of lho boai 1 of direc
tors of the company owning the At
lantic . Pacific ("llrlek ' Pumcioy)
tunnel, has announced that the con
strue tlon of thn tunnel, Icicllig (Iras s
peak, will be lesumed us soon us the
snow is oft tho ground This decision
was leached ut a meeting of tho dl
lectors In this cits Mr, rinsder Mild
further that a corps of engineers will
stnrt out from Denvei this spilng in
select 11 route ror 11 lallroad to hilt
Lake, which will run through tho tun
nel It la also expected lei develop
mines by means or tho tunnel
A new company, I.nonu us tho Den
ver ft Hull I.ako Hallwns, Mining and
Tunnel company, with 11 capital or ?'.
000 000, has boon Incorporated hero to
build tho tunnel Tho Inenrpoiutois
uio. Homy J. O Hryan. Dl John V,
Ulllott, lohn J llollley, II S. McDowell,
II, W Hnnnuui nnd Hrrboit cieorge or
Denvei, Jumes II Itotehfoid of Syra
cuse, N. Y,, John II llteoknian or New
"ioik Cits', and M, W. II lino of Ilnslon
O li bnsdei, tho Iluffalo (N ) at
torney, who has bom Instruments In
sccuiing the tunnel lights of tho old
eomp my for lho now eompans, said
I urn not nt liberty to give tho name
of the president of our company now,
but I will say that ho Is ono of tho most
prominent railroad men In the United
Slates, und ranks behind him thn cap
Ital to carry out all inn Ideas 'ihese
Ideas nro rather staitllug W hat would
Sou sas to a tallroid from thn Atlantic
lo tho Pacific entlrels Inlependent of
any ot thn trans-eontlnental lines.1
This Is our ultimate aim, und such n
mad will bu built. It will um our tun
HIDDEN IN BUTTER.
Proposal of Mnnlage In "Pound" of
Oleo Imitation LcaJs to Auest
of Young Man,
Kokonin, Ind , April 57 Tho nrt of
butter-making has been lho novel means
emplosed bs Mr Ora McNImn s ot near
Ituhslivlllo to all him In llndliig a wife
v. 011 111; MeKlniiPS plaoed a small wooden
toilet box containing a hairpin, a bottlo
of cholco perfume und a note In tho cen
ter of what wns sold foi a pound of
golden butler The butter wns bought
by u New lindon huckster, who sold It
to one ot the first ladles ot the town.
DID NOT KNOW SHE " li
HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE M M
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and pfm YlfM
Never Suspect It. Ililflfl
Qertriide Warner Scott Cured by the Great Kidney JKf'jrkll
Remedy, Swamp-Root. iwlif- jiH
Vinton, town, July lSth', 1901. I Wfi fl'M
DU. KII.Mim & CO. Tllnghnmton, N Y. 1 Mdl, R.f
Oentleinen In the summer of 1S11, I wns taken violently III, My trouble w jWWtj a m WBW
begun with a pain III ins stnmich and buel., so severe Hint It seemed ns It WtSHiI 1 1 rHMH
knives wero rutting me I wna treated by two of the best phsslclans In the R'i! ' l IrGwLI
counts, und consulted anntN'r None of them suspected the cnuso of my trou- Icfr'Hi I MnLH
ble wns kidney disease They all told me that I had a cancer of the stomach faiftLl i JliBM
and would die. I grew so wpnk that I itnild not walk any more than a child In till '! nH
a ipnnth old, and 1 only weighed slxts-thieo' pounds One day my brother Sff ilj IHLb
paw In n paper our advertisement of Swamp-noot, lho greit kidney remeds. Hat jfjf? itll
He bought me a botile nt our drug store nnd I took It Ms family could see fifill! InLI
a change In me. fot tho better, so they obtained mote nnd I continued the usa I&tlsT !lull
of Swnmp-itoot regularly. I wan so weak und run down thnt it took consld- Vifiti ' JiiH
erablc time tobulld.nio up again. I um now well, thanks to Swamp-Hoot, and HXHJ UfillH
vtelc,h 14s pounds, and Rm keeping houso for my husband nnd brother, on a niffitr MlLI
faim. Swnmp-Itoet cured' me utter the doctors had fulled to do mo a par L7K 1 JfliiB
tide of good. FaSS S SniiH
(Gertrude Warner Bcolt) fefeXT iSllH
Women surfer untold misery because tho nature nt their dlsensn Is not cor Hulv 1 VMt
rerlly understood' In many cases when doctoring, they are led to believe that UhI ' llEiiB
womb trouble or fcmnle weakness of some soit is responsible for their Ills, Hlu .naB
when In fact disordered kliluejs are tho chief cnuso of their distressing l!E9 LnJtliiH
troubles WWn) ;TnH
The mild nnd extraordinary eftect of the vvorld-fnmnus kidney nnd bladder Hiwfi Ititrllllll
remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp-Hoot, Is soon realized It stands the highest for XaM! SivTltiiH
lis wonderful cures of the most distressing cnaes A trial will convince any- miBL 'SnafiSaiH
one and sou may have a sample bottle sent fice, by mall. V 11, llaLI
Sample Bottle or Swamp-Root Free by Mail, IMs apiH
llOIIOItlAIj NOT i: If sou have the slightest symptoms of kldncv or Hlff'' WHIbH
bladder trouble, or If there Is a trice of It In sour family history, send at lililt'-liY'flllB
ono to Vr. Kilmer ft Co, ninghamton, N T, who will glidly send you by KtM?if' Xnlll
mall, Immedlatels, without cost to sou, a sample bottle of Swamp-Hoot and final, i 7hUbbB
a book tolling all nbout Rwamp-IEoot nnd containing many or the thousands nHWrtMnaHkH
upon thousands of testimonial leltorn leeelved frum men nud women cured tftn r lnsl
In wrllfnc to Ir Ivli-nei ti'o, itlimhamltui f V, b spec o suy that you iilasTVl iOiB
rond thin generous offer In tho Inter-Mountain Parmer and Itanchmnn. Sfifp ' MlUBlal
If sou nro already eonvlucod that Swamp-Hoot is what sou need .soil $f"S ' MtUaafl
can purehnso the regului lifts tent unci one dolliii-ske bottles ut tho elrug X Ij t- 1 .JBH
slorcH eveis ivherc, Don t 111 iko uny inlstuko, but rcmcmbi r tho mime, i&hV llftaaal
Swiinip Hoot, Dr. Kllinoi's Hmiinp Hoot, und tho uddicss, Illnghumton, N. Y, iU , HaaH
on ov try bottle, fijt ' i.H
M WHY SHOULD YOU BUY W ''! 'JjH
BS xiTS7 "P"10' I, Hecausc. If It Is a good one. It will sive you H 3JV ! sH
KM St'! c i"C' "" lImPrmc ",c Ouallty and Quantity jj fu 'L,JfflH
M WfA U,S' CREArsfl SEPARATOR? W flflH
flif , jFi Hi" It Is the best, h Is not only "The Kind that Cell H t)?' TlttB
(Uj a ,l,e t-',cam." "" !t I lhc "I"' Substantlilly M'ade IW1 "W J WBH
M 'wanileavcsitsuscrsmoneybywcarlnglongerandnot IU ', 1 JHB
JBj S&uJ makes, that are complicated and Imperfectly made. 'rkBlaal
Wt VCnMONTFARM'MACHIN'ccq Falls, Vf. jB ( rM fSM
In cutting the rolo of butter she ills
rmcrcd the toilet box In which was u
lime which re id as follows
Near Itustilnilllc Unwind founts,
lnd. April 15, rw lo miles iouIIi nnd
oiie.hnlf mlln wtal of Iturslavllle Is whero
I live. 1 am a souug man, a house
keeper, poultrs Miliar, gardener and
so in makei and butter niaktr 1 try this
project to Ml an unsivtr nud lo sin
whero the pound of butter Mic Smell
this paper and see how swett It Is ptr
rimied Write Immediately whoever i,ets
this, louis lesiipctfiills,
' .Mr. OH V M'KINNHV,
' Husslaville, lnd '
McKlnney Is under arrest for pirpo
trutlng 1 fraud.
UTAH MAN A BANKRUPT.
Henry W. llawley, Some Years Ago
Sheriff of Mlllnrd County Sched
ule of His UtiH Indebtedness,
beattio, April K Hairy W, Ifiwloy,
formerly a eltlztn of ttah, nnd soino
jears ago SlurltT or Millard counts, and
will known ahout Sail Lake, Dcsiiet and
Onls, and who Is now a resident of So.
utile, Wash, has llled 1111 api'lli atloii In
bniikrupus In Judko llanrnrds illvlslnu
of thu district court of lho I nlted States
fur the Dhmlct of Washington-northern
Ills list of debts secured amount to
Sl.bS60, and unsecured, tio.osm He has
no assets except whit are exempt
Iln following ts a list ot his Utah In
debtedness. I. H Hall Salt I.ako $ 3 M
John M .alio Un on
h, i' lowing a so
National Hank of tho Heptilillo.... bi 00
I'uninienlul Natlonil bank 1'JIJ II
S W Wett .'li 10
Waterinan Urns . , 4uo 00
t ouwolld itect implement lominas. l.&nn (.1
VV A, Has kOOO
Henry Murrlott ... . 110 i
'Irlhune Publishing lompiny , Low
J v l.rlekson a Co, licep Creek, Kll
Peoples Store Fillmore 0.5
S A King I'roi mow
l.an Ion Noses 1'iovo Mm
(' W Aldi eh, Clear Lake 1 10 l
John l' t'ohoon, Murrns aso O)
Mlswell Webb, Dcseret so 10
Dell l'uck llfifti
1 oras Hros & Co , Ogden , a3 30
1 reed liirnltiiro and Carpot cim-
puns, Halt U.nko :' om ()
Tho list Includes other Indebtedness to
tho amount of 3v7D l to pirllts outsldo
ot 1 tah, In the States an I llrltlsh Co.
tlrny & Tate former Salt Lake and
(igdeii attorneys, nro ktlornesa for .Mr.
HAPPENINGS IN WYOMINO. j -- M lM
During tho rotent storm along the; ' t ''9?4s . fflB
Powder river euii Id rublu lues nt stocle ! s 1 ;i JHB
Is reported to havo been experienced bsl i jllli f) iMH
both sheep nud laltlimin. ? U ff U !
At Laramln Willi 1111 Diamond, rharged J iSUf jM tiM
with the icihbery of tho 1'aclllu I.xprcsa f fKb JL KlH
enininiuy h nrrlce nt Slicrm 111 of the sum Ii iii'f gin StLsH
ot (IB, was nrralklird mil 1 lended lint ,B' 'IH (
guilts lie dlselulmcd ull knonlcdge ot 7 'iShWKtM
thu rohbtrs. t ' ,L! YllrSjllB
Wjninlni,- nnckn will slelil neirly 31.000. 1 JjiAlB YM
Oft) pounds or wool this viai. 'this Is tho S i ill ' Hffl lylB
estlmato nf tonserv illvn Ilotkmastt r C ft U? Fw fffllH
whu have taken the umisuiil lightness of , 16,11 cff hJH
this curs llcceo, wlntoi losses etc , lnti I) ilnj" Un aH
tonsftl ration, its value la estimated jit u Wl" liil !&HI1
bJiTO. ! J $1(.l
.M . l.nslgn, one of the Hurllngtona '' !i0'i )?fM
chief engineers, has been In Cody look. ( c fr i) nH
Ing ovei surveved Unci an 1 routes for 1 J ihnJiaH
new survess It Is learned that stirves- 1 L P pi? sUH
ors will suon bo put In the Hold to find n , J ! i.'F.lt
fiaslhlii louto betwoeii Juillngs and soma 11 0 LUll,i wM
convinleut point on tho lalucu-Codyi w U tlLI, Clfl
roa I I h 1" ir.il,l iTiBlVal
For Intemnl and Internal Vf. ' iWirWiSeB
CHICS AND PHCVBNTS R lWUilllT'1
colds, coiifiiis, sonn thhoat. iNi J lll!nwi5t'JH
II.IKNA, 1IH0NCI11TI8 l'NFU. MHl'fllolHB
J01K?8. M'MllAUO INKLAM U ff-f S Si U ,1M
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Hondacho, tf ' f jfl fill JIfliB
Toothache Asthma 5, fl'MfeH
Difficult Dreathlnc tl 'WMMltfU
BADWAY'S 1ICADY m.f1i:P IS A f ''fttil'SflfwH
SUItr. CUItK KOll KVl'ltY PAIN, iKtTlillliKisH
SI'HAINS, llllUISrS. 1'VINS IV Tllfl 9 'BiinH, XM
HACK, C 111. ST OH I.I.MDH IT WAlj I tuffjifl HUM
TUP. PIIIST AND IS Till; ONLY I'Al.Nl .8 SlftpM
nGMF.ov. 91 AmwiVSM
That Instantly stops tho most encruclatt '. itsi,nirfiH
Ing pslns allaia Inflammation, and euros UC'SwMH
Concestliius, wholher of tho Lungs, Stems 3 91i!itQjH
sch Hon els or other glands or organsj g KSisHBallH
b; one Application nei"jfifiW
A half to n leaipoontul In half a tumtvi w .uTLlUw
ler nt wnter will In a taW minutes curs wvsittiB&lH H
cramps. Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heart VtfllffflHRIn H
burn Siennusness. Sleeplessness, Blclfl BaWaWtli
HeaiUcbe, Diarrhoea Dysentery. CollCd ; KwiaukHi afl
llatuleucy, and all Inter! al pains (1 KHKhMWI H
Iheru Is not 0 remedial agent In thf VlKJrBlIn H
vorld that will euro I'tvcr nnd Ague anil 1 HBwTiMf H
all othtr iralirlous. bilious nnd other Fe. 1 n)iLJS
vers, aided by llAmvAV'B PILLS, sq ItBtlSiil
oelclcly as ItAPWAV 8 HCADY HULIEP OSCl
f-iriY ccnts I sn ixvrrLa solq IBf&a I
iiy Diiuoaisis raBnSJB-B
RAD WAY & CO.. M Kim Street, Ne HHatW
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