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Perodical Trips Around the tIi L LIke LIkeMay LakeMay ka kaMay
May be b Established EstablishedliliMS EstabllshodSllI11S EstabtletrndsTo1MS
OB Jtllroadi itir ° 4 ill I ColoradO C < l uIl the Hieud theid Jlul JlulIlld
Illd ud lilt Hielh 8011111 oiiiaWIi7 WII1 Ooltl Hlllek HlllekIIrr IOCUInrt
IIrr 1lrrbnld 1lrrbnldI
I lh h ninlgement of th U thI Bait Lake Lakei
l JD I i I IB I ligrk I PS railway U looking up upr
launches 1aWI naptha napthagasoline napthj
r I L I r uf C toaw
j r1 gasoline pleasure craft craftw
w 11 i Ip r nol a new boat will b be put putt putt1iI
t 11 k i t1iI hu hl lumnier depends great greatu t tI
ixpinse and tb prospects prospectsn
I I u t I
Ill n i lJurtUt urau patronage of such a ai aIhl aI
I Ihl i he old b bout < t that lien half halfat
lId at ih pier belongs to ton an saat saathrt Uti
i r lhll hrt h may not be able bl to do donh doIlh doith
nh It t The little steamer is isi I Ii
i I I h i iv I I die than connlgnment connlgnmenti conilgflnefltcpnviiknt
i M niilent i > scrap heap heapi
j i i i i 10 Iy v man putrons of Saltalr Saltalrt
11 d t i it I iHtfUumer IItl illume of about fifty fiftyf
f 11 4 01 I I t I Ll 1 l nid 1IU 1IUv with a draft of about aboutt
v Kiit t imhet would do a i good goodu
1 < u milking mllkl regular trips out ou ouL
L 1 F 1 i jr K some go so o far as to toi
S i i nt of ii boat which while whileolnpuraUHy wblleI
I 1 1 olnpuraUHy iiIpitra s ely smalldraft smalldraftl m1I dratt drattI
I I t ml SU Unt length and beam beami
t r fl 9 I i euro lIt couple oupl of hun nuni
1 i f n i > Thlf rhl boat could maku makutm n5kstlI
o tm tlI i mound iilOU n 1 Antelope Island Islandk
t k i i H ni ure t of o Mbkh a One Jln Iew viewunrt iewnd IewI
I unrt IIn nd urrouniJlng moun raounUN mounlb
J lb q UN i i h had fld Excursions to toi toLtI
I i 1 LtI i > in it or near the t lake could couldi
i 1 i i much Interest In them themi
j i uk 1lkn Lk n by student and nd vial viali lsl lsli
i ioul be advertised be bei
11 i there Ih hr r is 1 lltUe doubt but buti
i I h mflli VUrIiLfltly Inll < Klitly patronised patronisedii patr nlud
> ii 1L vxtHiuliture ex of a few feuj
j it y j liuH li < In the establishment establishmenti
h s I i fIk Li t The boat could be bemuted beII beucted
muted II to suit depth and andni 11I11jlllUl
ni jlllUl us and other peculiar peculiarit
1 > i it kad ul 4 I tea p of America Americal AmericaJAHLY America1AILLT
I n Iy afternoon says YI Mans Manan
J 3 n tur eustero lll tem vlsitora had hadl
l L i i J t > taK > the first plunge plungei hlnllTl1cy
0 i > i They thought the water waterti
ti 1 I c iij ni tint but declareU declareUi
I 1 i ito1 ju I Urn they experienced experiencediih
1 lilt IK we r niu whteyer waev tevw Being DeI1C DeI1Cd Be g ac aci
d i n bathing these gentlc gentlcii Ue Uet ticipthc
t ii qallll iiilc 0 passing Judgment Judgmenti Ju I1Itllt I1ItlltI
ti i sail I th lake bathing was wasihli r rh11 as asilHi
ilHi Ma Ilir > in I the tb water was wasr w wt
t r i < t It tI J nit but they kept ke t the theIH thel
l IH I i 1111111 illl < n and nd pierIn pler in cm cmnpiuer C1njaliht cntughtr
jaliht npiuer r by b their shouts outs id idvl 1CI1 1CI1P d
A > ni tourists t J u rlb who visit ltt Baltalr BaltalrPaiie Sal Saltalrj tall tallI
j Paiie I aile the lug pavilion set setm t ttm
i tm m > the ihore on 1606 pine pinei
1 i iz L nn rtM I magnificence of the theni tberillo8 theri
ni rillo8 ri i thrm as a wonder wondert wonderIhy
d t i Ihy hi y i N a they ncer ex exM exI exany
M I I > i any nu Uph It thing tbln out here herei
c I i 1 > k k mountain Come of them themi
1 i u 1wlv < Llv believe that each ch of oflU oflh
0 lU rooms II supplied IU pUed with a aJfUILKK aIn atI
< In tI Illh IllhJ t1h t1hi
n 1II rrgtmeflt i sunent ment of Lagoon have al ali 1 1I
i n h > d l thf Ih festivities upon the theu
u jubilee which Is I to com comIK comcm1eentennhaI
IK I ycmlcentennitl e year of ofn
n of r Mormon missionaries missionariesi
i ala < The r NtOJt ori rolling rollingn
I > n ines are being renovated renovatedt renovatedlritr
t pi 1Jtr per shape fur this sum sumi
i 1 M dp K Mr Critchlow will willi
II II i li K Ilort ort and n4 Mr tan I an will willx iv ivagent
> x ur811 ii i n agent agent11MD Arentt agentItIsiD
t 11MD lllUlit l1ii AVAOIiS AVAOIiSCmului GlS GlSado
i Cmului IIIIII t tr ra mill 1I1I Jlotorinoii IOIIIIOII Get Iti Itir I I
< r rIIO > a r of One Cent nn Hour Hourt
c t Its ri n and nJ motormen on the theI
l I I i it itv t Street Railway will willi
i Ktih > II cents per huur pro proit ro roII
II it tl I h > have been It III the em emfor emnijany m mI
I llIIlal1 for a period of at atHeretofore attr t
11 Heretofore the wages wagesi 1Ifllhve
i I tw > VI > R have been upon tbe tbetJuxii thej
j tJuxii tentS per hour but butici buta
a ici L they ached for a rfalie rfaliei
i HI action of the company companyi oom n nI
I > Ii i i t < i that request The Then Tbe11r Thelai
n 11r lai ike a i difference of between betweenl twHn
p 1101 l ni 11 lk Jollars per er month to each eachlrelled eachs
s 1 i 1 n affected by b the tb ad adii d dII
ii I i It tun e III II if f some Importance on oni
r i 11i i > or on the tll rrooers month monthi
i L t
UfO HA ItINS INS S 1JA8T 1JA8TMan JMBTtorINo UtSTieorgta
ieorgta torINo Man iHiindntcil lfljCll Trntllo TI ffio on onHallni onItRllrHls onYCt7
Hallni ItRllrHls il YCt7 prj r1 Badly Oull Injurtil Injurtilio
f io n not havlnr all the rail raili Oitj intlsrtUflp
j i lISnune i nune att IIttOUl4ant < m4ant Mn h hea9 hea9the f1 f1r iy
r 11 I the east and d south are suf sufhi ut utk UfIn
hi k In n tume mt section sectionWATKR 111011I sectIonsWATER
f v ni I r p ptit it near Rock Island Mon Moni W n nltt
1 L i in xuiihed 004 o the track of the theck theltrk
1 Hhck < > ck uiaad Paelfle the thend tb tbr thePeje
r < 111 nd 1 ft Peoria and the Cities Cmvaigtnn
I r L I > igtnn tOfl Quincy QulncyNARROW QuincyARROW QulecyNARROW
I l < K iiisnd 6 Peoria paeHnger paeHngeri
j i rx rat2ipmbgdanarrow rat2ipmbgdanarrowI at 7 i25 28 p m bad a narrow narrowi
i t I rick between bet ween Coal Valley ValleylrQ aUroil
x oil u litre lrQ the Ih track wait washed washedr
r Iur ur r hundred feet aud the tb en Sni SnHq
i r hi < i no notification of the danger dangerU8 dargerhevily
I > II U8 hea hldUy lly loaded with pat patIts pa paltr4
tr4 t1 < Its time Is fait faa e The TI en 11
flu flnlInlC flll tins much water alons the ther theH
H r i 1Illn < a ing Coal oal Valley VII slowed slowedrain 1I01leilraIn plowedV
V rain and went slMad in the theto tb tbh theR5tol5beWttkws
h II JR R5tol5beWttkws R5tol5beWttkwsL to ae IN how he tb tu track was wasl WItltt
> L l feet ahead of hi Ida II engine enginei a ne
I J i ha the track was entirely nUrel
oIbbq a < ltl a away awayliU Ia a alili >
I fr m LoulaUna Mbatwlppl Mbatwlppli
iI 1 i tell ot tb U heavy IIV lea I leacaueed
n 1 oJ iau lltullt ed by the tb UNjirMedtnt UNjirMedtntraius unoadntiy
II iy raius of the few re reutrfhd w day dayUffered 4s3vt
< Uffered seriously and near nearHID nearltllrnlld nearrItjlrad
HID ltllrnlld road In that section ta a bad badn badqId
n qId Pd 4 by Washouts and nd flood
I K NO trains have pallid
ph < h Jn JIIkon < k on Miss 1
> fw M hours hourstulrely hou hourr
i r i tulrely cut oft from tele teleni tI tIII
ni n < railroad communication el communicationUtside mmunlcatlonIIU
V II t
> h IIU utilde world norldT worldTilN orld orldTi
VT 7 In n the Mobile Ohio between tw n
11 ii l Meridian have been aUn aUntrtlnt abanT
T 0 trtlnt hare bl been sent south southK
ig K on n n the th Illinois Central Centralv Centralmnrulng nl1
v It mor omlnr iur and traffic west westv t
k v I IIII 01 II Jf greatly delayed The Thet 1heIkeburg
t v f Vkl nkburr < bur Paenger train traint ham hamrIan
rlM ° yatt leaterday tertoy aoon has U Ui
i 1 I r rh9Ufld K boun lund t wIe w v mfln nen > from tromand
i 1t fr 24 hours and 4 t liii e
Of r 1 hort oC f fto4 M I Fa Far Faa baa baaur
ur r h a isily I and II atnxMt J1 lmoitNlQRo t water waterD waterOrowaed ftter11OE
3 Th
Ih n flgrqg < ro ha bsn Orowaed Orowaedbeen drawMdi drawMdSevral toW toWh
h r Sevral l1 hIi mn near Dlrm Dlrmn lllrmbeen
hu been beenIN n fJ l1ao4 JI IIAd tM
i uf coal NIII oriwtlt man many In InWINnR InWTTER
Ptop v traveling this way frem Cue
900 900And
t 1h April ApltlsunaWe ApltlsunaWeAprriJ wnthine wnthineAprtl
Aprtl showers jhowersAnd showersAnd
And MMim retottd from fromwintws lromwint fromwtnteischain
wintws wint wtnteischain wtnteischainDring chain thtintifijfat II IIBrinl
Brinl tifijfat bW sweftswrrtcd sweftswrrtcdflewen swettotetnttdIJowet5 sweemscentedtliwets
flewen flewenAnd IJowet5And tliwetsAnd
And ntw crep cropJap1n Japan tf tea again againPride 4 nJnPride n nPride
Pride of Japan Japanrado
f free Tea Teaado
Qiobeit Fkkjmci kern kernredo
ado say that the th snowstorm In that
State It I the th heaviest of the winter and andthat an antbat andthat
that It has come at thl late lat season seasoncauses lllUICIncauIeJ aesioncaues
causes the more mo astonishment Between BetweenColorado BtwnColorado HetweeColorado
Colorado Springs and Denver the snow snowfall puowfall nowfII
fall seem to have been heaviest Snow Bnowplows Bilowpiowl Snowplow
plows are re kept going continuously In Inan Inan Inan
an effort to keep the road open and they the thehave
have had a very severe struggle ot It Itbecame Itb itbecause
became b aule of the wetneii of the th downfall downfallcausing 1I01lnCIIcauslnl downfalltaulng
causing the drifts to pack unmerci ¬
fully tull hard as one 0 expressed e prelll4 It ItOUT Itour ItOUT
OUT A TtltCICIVlIR TtltCICIVlIRChicago 1tJWICllln 1tJWIClllnChluo 1t1CtCfllIflCttloago
Chicago Chluo Control Oon Ioneraljtitllwny 8111 I Knllitny talllm Affllr AffllrIlnvo 4hIraIfevo 1fR1 1fR1llRVO
Ilnvo A Gunrtllaii GunrtllaiiTh
Th Tilt Chicago General railway raU ytater ytaterday yesterday lItrda
day da pi U8t4 sa < Into the bend of a receiver
Judge Tuthlll apiwlnted to that office
Frank H Sfllcnt of o the Title Guaranty
Irust Co John W Witbeck Wit beck former
ly I president of tbe company tiled the thepetition theIJet theIeiltlon
petition IJet Itlon for a receivership several days daysago daysago
ago at which time Judge Ju e Tuthlll TuthlJlllluld TuthlJlllluldan Issued Issuedan
an Injunction restraining the present presentofficers prearnicifflceii reltntomc
officers omc of th the company pa from issuing ul ulnny
nny certificates of stock It from signing signingany almlnRny
any judgment note or confession or tak taking takInr taklag ¬
lag any n action Uon In repudiation of the theresolution th thNIIOluUon thereenlutlen
resolution of the tb director passed Jan
by b which the bonds and stock of ofthe ofIh ofthe
the Ih treasury were w transferred to John
H Wltbeck Th receherablp Is I the thereiuit tilereUlt thereault
reiuit of dissensions of long Ion standing ItandlnCJer
over the management and control of ofthe ofthe ofthe
Wall Street Hun II l1sealcIuitiiz a Solution of Ite Iteuont Ueont Iteclout
ont Gold Stock Puroiiase PuroiiaseThe
The Th current baying of the gold Old stock stockIn tockIn >
In New York Is I thought in Wall Street Streetto treet treetto
to foreshadow an n Important Im 1It railroad railroadconsolidation railroadcoUohItlatIon 1 11000IOUilaUort
consolidation in the I southwest Ac According Accordln AccordIng ¬
cording cordln to the tb New York Tribune the theUockefeller thenockeCelier theflockefellr
Uockefeller Intertill which oontrol the
Missouri Kansas Kiln Texas road have
bought the XUsourl Pacific and a con consolldatlon consolldatlon
solldatlon IO daUon of thus roads is naturally
talked of Th The rumors go even further furtherIncluding I
Including Ineludl the consolidation nolI1atIo of the Tex Texas Teaa ¬
as a Pacific and the 8t Louis South Southweitern SoutbweterD nouthWeatern I
weitern bleb ar are already classed as aspart asprt aspart
part of tbe Missouri Pacific system systemalthough systemalthough Ylemalthoulb
although the Missouri Pacific Hallway Hallwaycompany hUrlODi Hallwaycompany
company lODi anr floes not control these two twocompanies t twocoppntea u uloJlpanle
companies u it does the St Louis Louis1ro
Iron 1ro Mountain I Southern and the In International IntflDItiollal Internittoital ¬
ternational and Grist Northern the I
remaining member lJIbtlloot of the th Mkeouri Mkeouri1adflc Ntiounlaclftc Mteiouritaclfle
1adflc system aystwmThe re systemThe fDl fDlrhe
The Missouri Kansas Kan ft Texas rail railw railway raIlway
w way ay system tem operates line Ita aggregating tln
2 22 1 mile In length extending from from8t lrom8t
8t 8 Louis Kansas Kan City Clt and Hannibal
Mo Io and Junctalon City Kansas Kansasthrough Janaathrouh Xansasthrough
through I IHnbwn > Fort Worth Dallas Dallasand Dall Dalland Dillaand
and Houston Texas to the Gulf of ofMexico otMexico ofMexico
Mexico at Galveston and the union of ofthis oCtblll ofthis
this road with tbe lines IIn comprising the theMissouri theMIlOuII theMissouri
Missouri Pacific would bring practical practically ¬
ly I the entire railway rail Held In tbe Booth Boothwest outhW aouthwelt
west W lt under a single management managementThe
The Texas ft Pacific railway extends extendsfrom utenditrol extendsfrom
from New Orleans to El lao Texas
1112 mIlan and nd from Marshal via vi Tex Texarkana Texrkua Texarkaua
arkana Junction and Whlteaboro to toFort toFort toFort
Fort Worth Texas Sit 1C miles It has hasoutitandlng baaoutltndlq hasoututandlng
outitandlng U7SONO of stock of ofwhich orwblch ofwhIch
which the Missouri Pacific on Decem Decemlr DecemI Decemher
lr I r 31 1 11t M w owned tI d semoee 80 It was wasreport W4rlporttt wareported
report rlporttt 1 yesterday terd that the tb MMouri MMouriPaciilr W MourPacIfic url urlP8rllk
PacIfic would take over the Texas TsaIladnc Texaslndfle A AIrutfU
IrutfU on the basis of an exchange of ofon oCOne ofone
on One share 8h of its It stock for three shares sharesof bar barot
of Texas ft Pacific but officers of th throad throadll throads
road refused to confttn or deny tb tbrumor tbrumor thrumor
rumor rumorThe rumorThe rumorThe
The St Louis Southwestern railway ratlwalias rallwaII >
lias II a total mileage mil of 1US 1 It Its main mainline mainline maInlIne
line Is 713 miles In length from Blrdc BlrdcPoint Blrdprolnt BirdePoint
Point Mo o opposite Cairo Iro Ill through throughTexarkana Ib throughTexarkana h hTenrkan
Texarkana Texas to QaUsvllle Texas Texasand Txund Texasand
and nd It baa ha eight or ten branches Its Itsstock IIIItork Itsstock
stock consists COlI of JH50000J 1U00 common commonand comlftOflami commonand
and IMM09M N preferred preferredA
A quiet buying buyt movement of Wabash Wabaahsscuritlea WbMhMWrlt Wabashsecurities
securities MWrlt II noted and It la 114 I said In InMm Inseine
Mm 110 quarters that till member ber of the tlwGouW U UGould theGoiakl
Gould system will lit pass Into the hands handsof bandof I Iof
of the Vandetbliu VandetbliuA anderblltsIltILltOI I 1I 1 1IMIMtO1
A hundred new coke ovens un are re to to toerected betONCted ss sseeetid
erected at Cattlegate CattlegateSurveying CatUtelurvn CastlogateSurveying
Surveying parties PII1I are in Idaho I lio rapes representing NPNIIUq rapesseating ¬
seating three tll railroad companlea companleaL 0GIII11U1L
L L I Dow DeWD t tug commercial 00ft1 1aI agent of ofth otIt ofthe
th the ohir hlltl Milwaukee ft It Paul Is IsIn IIIn IsIn
In Wyoming WyomingJuHtM WnmlniTuNWI WyomingJulius
Julius BchHtman has been Installed Installedaa In talildat 1
aa commercial agent nt for the Oregon OregonShort Ore OregonShort on onhOtt
Short Line at t Petite FrtaooA
A scene In Weber canyon as por portrayed portraed portryd ¬
trayed by the mutoscopr was U the tb at attraction attraction attractIon ¬
traction at the tb Union Pacific offlca to today tod11 today ¬
day dayW
W F Armstrong has been elected a adirector adlnoctor adirector
director In the th Salt Lake City Street StreetHallway 8treetRanIY StreetRaIlWay
Hallway company to fill the position
made acant by the death of o his hi father fatherthe Iitbertile fatherlit
the lit late Francis Armstrong ArmstrongGeneral ArmstrongGneral rmltron rmltronOnl
General Agent Clay of the Union Pa Pacific 14elftc PaclfW ¬
cific has returned from ajhorl hurt eastern easterntrip eutemtrip euterntrip
trip over the road Us 11 tell of great greatconstruction lIeltcllnllructlo greatCuneleuction
construction and reconstruction activi activity mlivty ollvity ¬
ty on the old reliable reliableTht reliableThe IlableIlia
The scramble among railroad agents agcntifor altntlfor
for wool shipments hen been renewed renewedtint rtD1IedInoe rguwsdstnoe
tint the tb weather we tbr cleared There Tb Tbquite la laquite IaquIte
quite a crowd of the boys down at Mil JIICord Milford lit litford
ford now nowJO JUnIIJ nowJyo
JO J O Jaoobt Jaoo t manager of tb UII Salt SaltLak lallLaIJe 1ItLake
Lake Mentor Mer r Itallread company 001turned re returned returned ¬
turned but night from Denvtr and andOmaha 1114Omaha andOmaha
Omaha H lit baa been absent about a aweek aweek aweek
week weekJoin weekTo weekJoInt
Join To n Crook and John Hull wall wtilknown wl1known wallknown
known residents of tleber City Clt spent lpeatloday spenttoday speattoday
today In town They Th say II that tb the dou double c1otIble aonble ¬
ble train service of the tII lllo Oraiule OraiuleWestern OraIY1Wftprn GraiiIiWestern
Western Is greatly tly appreciated Heber HeberCity JIberClt HebirCity
City Clt people ople can Ian there early eul11n in thf thfmorning th thInomln tbmornIng
morning spend seven hour In Bali BaliLake liltlske SaltLake
Lake and reach home b sialn at atoclock t tIclock < Ioclock
oclock < the lime evening not only onlythin onl onlthl onlythip
thin but the Dewret News NewDow now reaches reachesIMr reach reachIhtr reachesihi
IMr City three hours after publics publication u1l1k u1l1ktlon ¬
thin a fact that ts giving Ivln the Satur Saturday Saturday tur ¬
day 414 Issue especially a bums boowi 1IoowIMOltl bumsMOIU
i t i iMUKI
Indigestion and constipation eonuatIoDlIhtCUI A de 4sIlghtful delightful ¬
lightful berb drink Ilemoves all aUtlon ernn ernntlon efll eflltion
tlon of the tb skin rrodvchif a perfeci perfecicomplexion perttClteomp psrtsitcomplexIon
complexion eomp xlln or money lAOII refaaded IIIdcta M Mcts S Seta
eta and M eta X 0 M I Drug Dept DeptPhone DeptPhone DeptIThone
Phone 4 t8 Kollts KolltsDnnnnAtvuinnaruutnniwtnnnn1 KoUtlIltJMJlnIJlJJIVIVln Kolita9nnnnnnjuttnjwmniwvtiijvui
DnnnnAtvuinnaruutnniwtnnnn1 DnnnnAtvuinnaruutnniwtnnnn1I 9nnnnnnjuttnjwmniwvtiijvui 9nnnnnnjuttnjwmniwvtiijvuiUOTflL IltJMJlnIJlJJIVIVlnHOTEL
I HOTEL AND PERSONAL PERSONALoinnnruuuuvrutruiruinnnvruvui PERSONALWW1J11IWJ PflRSONALnnJUmIumjUUuwuvuvuuiu1ru
oinnnruuuuvrutruiruinnnvruvui oinnnruuuuvrutruiruinnnvruvuiII WW1J11IWJ U UII
II II Jacobs and nd K K Murdock of ofRmmttUburg ofIDmmttillurr ofEmnwttsbur
RmmttUburg Iowa are at tb tile Walker Walkertoday Walkertoday Walkertoday
today todaylleirtaUred todayllss
RetrWt llss lleirtaUred uterd t the Cullen today ore ar D DFltfpatrick DPJIJpatrlek DPitIpallick
Fltfpatrick of Ogden Ow and K J Kearnet Kearnetof m 1 1ot
of Cfunnlion Utah UtahQ
Q If Ueckman private secretary lOCt to toCongressman toConp1IIDIU toCongreumsn
Congressman Wm ID H Icing left this thismorning tbllJIorntJa thismorning
morning for Washington WashingtonAt
At the White ltlte today too are P Mlcble lcbIi and andwife andwife nd ndwil
wife of Pocatello and Dd Mist KI Lena Lena1llIer A AMiller JQ1IIr
Miller 1IIr of IMngham canyon canyonCharles eanyonChar canyonCherhss
Charles Char R McDridt former sheriff ot otTooele otTooel ofToIe
Tooele county to in town and 1I1t made d hit hitttmitorary hllttlllllOta histemporary
ttmitorary home at t the 11 Kenjron hotel hotelAlma hotlAI betelMini
Alma AI Hdredge aJre4 and lId Mr fra Kldredgt ar arrived arrlvsd r rrived
rived from rom Coalvtll this t > morning and andquartererd andquatrerd andqusztererd
quartererd themselves at the tb white whiteHOUM WhiteIloises WhlteJlol
HOUM HOUMMiss Jlol IloisesMlii
Miss 11 Jlo lies Sngllman baa filed suit In InBoise Ifnolle inflolse
Boise against JDdwrd Bdw rd nose of that thatplace tbatplace thatplace
place for tn6W 000 damages ma for breach of ofpromise otptoDll ofpromle
promise promiseOenerftl promleGeneral
General Manager Maal Baliley of th the Pad Pacific acllie Padflu ¬
lie Coast Mining Milling and nd Prospect Prospectlag
lag I company leavw ta for Portland to tonight toIdbt tonight ¬
night nightJohn IdbtJObn nightJohn
John McKean It I a on his hilwa hI way to Boot Bootland lootlanel Sootlsn
land hit 14 former home He H expect spec to tobe tobe tobe
be away wa from town for a period of three threeutontni tit titIItOfitb threemoatbi
utontni utontniL
L I A Niter Jr left here h this morning morningfar mCllllafOY
far Nevada and California where WlIe he hewill b bwill liewill
will make a mineral survey for a for foreign foroorporatlon or orcorporaUoa ¬ 1
eign corporation corporationThe 1
The Kenyon Itt DD baa the following guests gueststoday 11 gueststodays
today toda B Bchotcroft wife and nd daugh daughter ¬
ter Clinton Iowa MM J R Baker BakerCedar BkerCedr BakerCedar
Cedar Rapids Iowa H W Aldls Ad Baa BaaFranelseo IanJlranollco SanPraneleo
Franelseo W O Page and wife Hal Halley HIre HalIcy
Icy re Idaho Charles htrle Zelmer New Ne York YorkD
D F I Morgan urgmn 1l It Joe Mo Morather MoFthlr MoPather
rather Larkin superior of 0 All Hal Hallows lIallow Hallwp ¬
lows college at Salt Lake who whopreached whoPftI whopreached
preached PftI hed two able ble sermons at t St Pe Peter Peter Patees
ter tees > church Anaconda on Easter Jut JuttUt11 re returned returned ¬
turned tUt11 home this morning mornl r aa did didFather 41dPOter didTather
Father Du Bola who w o delivered a plen rplen1M plendid
1M < < sermon IhIOII at St Pauls church hut hutevening lutevllllnrRutte lastevenlnguttp
evening evllllnrRutte Butte Internwuntaln
j 4 lltOFflllTY TBANSPB11S TBANSPB11SAbstract rItASlIImSAIract Its ItsAbsteset
Abstract of transfers filed in the of oftics ¬
tics of the county tacorder Bait Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakiCity
City April 171MO 171MOF 17 1110O 1110OF
F C Avery very to Elisabeth Thomp Thompson Tbompeon ¬
eon warranty rranty deed ed SOxlO rods rodssouthwest ro4s8OIItllw8lt rodseouthwet
southwest from northeast corner cornerof oorlMlrof
of lot 6 block 21 plat A I 3000
HU fallen n U I Ballou to Nettle T Sloan Sloanwarranty Sloanwarranty Sloanicarranty
warranty deed de d 1x10 rods south southwest lOuthWHt southwest
west from 4K 43 rods l south of ofnortheast 0 0DlNlbeAlt ofnortheast
northeast corner of lot 4 block
il 41 plat D DPeter EMO EMOPeter 1 119ter
Peter Hansen to N p Iltehan Iltehanwarranty lIkbanlwarrallty Itlehardwarranty
warranty deed 10x rode north northwest northwest orthwill ¬
west from southeast soutllll corner of lot lotS
S block 111 plat A 10 1ooe
R E McConaughtr to Augusta AugustaMortensen AugustaMortensen
Mortensen warranty deed eedrod Ixtt Ixttrods x4 x4rods
rods south front 7 rods ttt t uT uTnorthwest lnortblt ufnorthwest
northwest comer ot lot S block blockU block13platll
19 13platll 13platllJohmnnab plat li 71 71Johannah ilJollannalt
Johannah Hog ltOCHon son to Btngham C Cand Cand Cand
and Q M Co warranty rranl1 deed dee4IIlerE deedS
5 IIlerE acre northeast quarter of ollNC ollNCtlon sec section seethin ¬
thin 21 2 township t south range r 1 1weet 1w Iwelt
welt w et etBarah IV0M IV0MSarah 1000Sarah
Sarah K Nowell and Dd husband to toO toa toU
O H Bcthwell et al 1 1 warranty arrant arrant4Iee4
deed f rods rod by 74 feet southwest southwestfrom lOulhttrom southwestfrom
from 10 rods east of northwest northwestcorner uorthtcortMr uorthwestcorner
corner of lot I block 41 plat B Boo 2000 2000W 2000v OOO OOOW
W v a Ilubbard to Bmlly Price Prkawarranty Jlrklewarranty PriceWarranty
warranty deed lot H block block1DaIt S SBast 1ut
Bast ut Waterloo w WaterlooElleabeth trIoo trIoo1mbeth KG KGBlhwbeth
Blhwbeth Thompson and bus busband bubUI4 busband
band to F C Av Averr T HxT G xT rod rodsoutheast rocttlleut rodssoutheast
southeast tlleut from northwest comer comerof oorlllrof
of lot I block 1 plat 1 1 2MO 2110a
a A Wallace to J D Wallace Waltaoawarranty Wallacewurranty 1 11lIt
warranty 1lIt deed northwest IICI quar quarter quaretIT quartee ¬
tIT of northeast quarter arter of sec section Metlon siction ¬
tion SI 1 township 2 south range 1 1weat 1wt 1west
west 499 499Christopher 4911Ckrltopher 49 49Christopher
Christopher DIeM to Minnie Clnn W WMiller Willler V VMiller
Miller warranty deed lOst rods rodsnorthwest rodnortt rodenorthwest
northwest from southeast corner cornerof
of lot L 1 block IT I 7 plat B 1900 1900Andrew 1800Andrew 1000Andrew
Andrew Oranroth to John Smith Smithquitclaim Smithqllltclalm SmithquItclaim
quitclaim deed parcels main mainBlnffbam mainDln mainfllogham
Blnffbam Dln < m and Carr Fork can canyon onOP canyou ¬
yon OP 1SW 1SWRichard 1I00Richard
Richard Cotmarr to A M Sur Surbangb SUrbalJlb Stirltigh
bangb quitclaim deed Tom TomMoore Tomloore TornMoore
Moore lode etc West Iount IountC Mountain M MM 0 0L
M L C Moon to Martha rtha J 1 Lyon LyonnultrUim Lonqulttlaim Lyonqultclal
nultrUim deed part of lot 14 14block Ublock 11block
block 1 It Fireacre plat lat C 7 7Ida is isId 71Ida
Ida Id S Ouemeef Ou and nd husband to toW tow toW
W B llnbbard quitclaim deed deedlot deedlot deedlot
lot II block I Bast Waterloo 1 1Total 1Total
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t may have caught cold Make you OU feel mean meanbad bad taste tasteand tasteando and anda
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No mercurial or pill poison in CASCARETS CASCAR TS but butn an absolutely absolutelytiaimleat ab801ute1yl1unl absolutelyatsnlesi <
tiaimleat l1unl purely vegetable compound Pleasant palatable nalatahlepotent patatablefIOtent palatablepotent
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Northern Part of tha Slat SlaiiWERE Slat1vJR1
Stw 111111 Ing of Spring Vlirnt Mat Ira Men MenCompleted JJe1IuIll111 HeullLuiuIhtlett
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felt It Lake City UUU UUUApril UtaAprU UtahApril
April 11 ITno MM MMTtw 2000Tb
Ttw week Mdiag sdin April ApI111UI ApI111UIacarlltcl llth WM cli cliactarised w wuurlMd
uurlMd by loot weather and frequent frequentbower freqUtlltIhoWIlra frequentshowers
bower IhoWIlra Tbt Tb pncJflluilon taUoD WM In tM tMform UltCorm tIeSform
form of both boUlNlil mta and snow and wu wuheaviest wubea washeavIest
heaviest bea lilt over U lbs > northern half of the theBtAte elate theItaUt
late No 4MHMtaf trusts occurred occurredMcept occurreduc OCCIUTS4except
except uc pt in a few locajltlt of Men alti altitude slULade ltt ltttud ¬
Lade Pall wtoat and lucm mad a afood aIOOcI arood
food growth Tb Bowing of sprint iprlogwhtat sprintwheat rlar rlar1Ibt
wheat has btsii bi oewpleted and 4 it It oem oomlng 001RIn oemlag ¬
lag In up nicely Oat sowing JI about aboutcompleted aboutcomplttd aboutcompleted
completed Ittfar Ibarwt ter but planting has hascommenced taucommellee4 hucommenced
commenced In Cache qcIee county With th thexception the theXUPtiOIl theexception
exception of a fcw localities there the U I an anexcellent anuellent ancRiticaL
excellent proaptrt p pres tor a food crop of offruit ottrult offruit
fruit of all Mad kil In localities In Too Tool Tooale
ale l Juab MlUard Grand and Kant Kantcounties Kancount Ifanscounties
counties count apricots have been killed or orseriously or1IIrIou1 orsirtously
seriously dajnagad 4 In Beaver and aitdvler 11Mler Se Sevlar
vler ler oountles apricots peaches and andearly 11I4early sadearly
early varletm ot o plum and d apples appleshave appl1laav appleshave
have been damaged by frost frostKTr trOitCORRUVOfp frostCORR1PONXINTS
flnowvllle IsMttMar Co CoSnow Snow on this thtllth tkltaUt this9th
taUt Farmer FrtMNUI are Ui putting In crop crope7tL
Bvsrything fa I beginning DIUbC to look lookAJ green greenST greenDeweywlil
ST 7tL ItobbllllDweYtlle flobblni flobblniDeweyrllle
Deweyrllle Ba JlDxelder lder Co CoMm Main on onthe ot1tbe onthe
the 11th Cool throughout the week but butno blltno butno
no frost Tt The > e recent storms were much mtwhneeded mYOhnffiSe4 muchneeded
needed on drr farms Excellent pros prospects tfOllpeeta prospecti ¬
pects for winter wheat and luearn luearnJohn luOlmJohn lucernJohn
John Qermer QermerPromontory OermerPromo GermerPromontory
Promontory Promo tory Itoselder Co Colf CoIIfttat CoIIfttattemperature menest menesttemperature tt tttmperature
temperature during the week 6i de degree eI eIII 4gras ¬
gras lowest 1011 N 101 0 total precipitation 11 11InchT IiinehJ 11TV
InchT TV Oarroll Oarroll1aradlM OItrroll1Nd OrrahlIaradlss
1aradlM 1Nd Gael Cache CoA little predpi predpitatlon pescipttitian >
titian every dI > this week k The Tb ground groundli 10111II
II very ver wet No farm work done during
the week k except ftf t the breaking of new newland newland newland
land Wheat is nearly all In and nd la lacoming IIcomlnlf Iscoming
coming up The rh range are beoomlng beoomlnggreen beooIIIlnrn becominggreen
green n and tuoern la I growing nleebjr nleebjrFruit
Fruit trees t art full of bud bu4JJu budsJasLothouso JM JMLofthouse
Lofthouse LofthouseHyde LoCthoUiolIyd LothousoHyde
Hyde Park Cache ea Co Considerable COContldeI CoConsiderablerain Considerablerain
rain during durin the weak which has It been beenfavorable beentavorabl beenfavorable
favorable for ever Pall wheat look lookwell lookIl lookIlwall lookswell
well Nearly NUrln all the tprlng grain U Uup IIUII IsUi
up Sugar beet are nearly all planted
Fruit bud have not been damaged by
front tlOltlLb11I Lytnan nainet nainetJlendon Dalneellendun Dale DaleMendon
Jlendon Cache Co CoHenflclal Beneficial rain rainon rataon rainon
on the llth Winter w heat look loo well wllprlne
Spring wheat Is coming comln up nicely nloel Bu Bugar Susir
gar beet planting commenced No NofrostM NotroetW NorotbX
frostM Bird BirdUlntah BirdUlntaJa BledUlutak
Ulntah Weber roTh 11th WM the theonly tbeonl theonly
only onl day Ita during dut the week without pre precipitation peecipIttlon ¬
cipitation Highest temperature U de degreet dethe ditrees
greet th the lowest IN 0 degrees No dam damage daQ damage ¬
age I by frost trOt Fan lllld and spring wheat whe t and
barley brl are r growing 11 nicely ntcel Lucent LU to toabove I Isot
above ot the average av a The water In 11 the
weuer Wbr river II lower than usualfor usualforthe UUIt usual fr frthe 1
the wason Iln1 ssasonChas Chas de d La r lianme laume laumelw
View lw Weber CorTh C rf and Ind IIOW snoW snoWstorms now nowstorms
storms to of o the put pt few Ie days 4 have h Ve Veot been beenof be beof 1
of much benefit bneGt Orll Grain and ad alfalfa are aregrowing aregrowing r
growing 11I1 nicely nlcel Gardens ONen are I ar looking
Cratrum CratrumRoy Crgm CratcumRoy well 111 Fruit Frui buds blk not nt Injured njuredW W Q
Roy Weber Co CoA A favorable fahble week wlk for forcropa lorc forcrop
crop c Hsvy Jlt raiN and oem mow mowwhich snowwhich
which have been ben vary CY 1 beneficial bnfclll 0 to
Ml tal and spring grain grn No traits tr Pro Propeott Ir Irospeots
peott Pt for large grain and fruIt Crl crop c1p
W F Roblneon RoblneonPorterrlUe 1oblln ltobtnsonPorterritlo
PorterrlUe PotU Morgan 110gn CoTh week
C wk
has bl hut been be cloudy and ut stormy and no noplanting noplnUn noplanting
planting plnUn < has ha been bn done dl Three Th Inches Inchesof Inch
of 0 snow snw on the th night of the Ue 11th Pall Pallwhtat Pal Pallwheat
wheat and lucern Iucn are a growing 1fwlnr nicely nkI
No gardening grnlng yet et Prospects JIPt for water waterare wtr wtrgO waterare
are good gO goodM M a Broagh BroaghBig BrollghDg Broughfig
Big Dg Cottonwood Cotonwod Salt Slt Take lAk C Co CoWeather n nWther
Weather during durln the week ek learn I been bn fa favorable flyorbl favorabl ¬
vorable yorbl for or growing < ro11 crops e Showers Iwrtt on onthe ont
the t llthJobn lthJobn Kutherland KutherlandCoaivllt lutheJ4 t4utbenlandCoslylli
Coaivllt Clylll Summit Co CoWuo CuNudi Much rain rIn and andsnow andsnow nd ndIIOW
snow IIOW during durin the week fk It liae is been bn too toocool to toocool
cool col for or the tll growth rowlh of vegetation RltOD except exceptgrass exceptA exceptgrams
grass A Farm Fr work Is I well el advanced adhnce
T l Beard BeardHoytavllle Br BairdIfoytsvllle
Hoytavllle 10rlvl Summit Summi CoRO CaSnow Co inow or rain rainevery rainler7 rainevery
every ler7 day during the week which whih have bv
been b beneficial blftell to crop crop Spring wheat
la coming ol up Lucern llcn Heidi aelb are turning turlne turainCrsittFrNman
lPrln CrsittFrNman green Freeman Malta MallnOakley MUnOllr MaltaOakley
Oakley Ollr Summit jUDml Co orlllf OO4pring Spring wheat wheatall
all town twn and torn 11 oata ot sown In The Th re recent re recent ¬
cent ct gnow fwJIICeS 5itOWIIlced placed the around Ind In excel Vcl ¬
lent lt condition cnditon for the th termination nllntIR of ofwheat ofWbt ofwbeaL
wheat Wbt X B Snapp
Lake Lke shore Shore Ol Utah tlh Co Oaudyand Oaudyandco 00Cloudy Cloudy and andcool andcool
cool co during the week wek Froet Prt night of
the ti Iftth Itl but no DI damage dalule resulted nllt The Therecent Tbert Therecent
recent rt precipitation prlpllton has i1 l been > een a great g t
benefit blt to t the he grain crop Crl Lucern Ln Is be b
leg In IrrigatedV B J Deer DeerSantaquln Dr Drtaquln fleerSaataquln
Santaquln taquln Utah Uth CcvRfgbteen Rlbt Inches Inchesof In incsegof
of snow ow during the Ant ln of the week wek and
lt I fet t In the mountains montalne Pall Pl wheat wheatand whet whetan wheatend
and an lucern IUCn are re growing nicely nlOI Loosen Lom
la I seven ven Inches In high Jtb Spring 8 I wheat wht whtal I Iall Iall
all al sown In The Th land lan for t acre om and aD pots potatoes potsto ¬
toes 101 to ts In good ro ihape h for lo plowing lwlJI p Not Notmuch NutmI Notmuch
much mI Dttboto Dttbotolltber Du1 DuboMllshr damage dm1 dune fruit frui ai yet yetQ t C L L
lltber I Wasatch Co r nl very ry unfavor unfavorabh utCavor utCavorab unfavorable
able ab week eek for farm work wk Only OAI two twonights twoIll twonights
nights Ill without 1Ilbut pmlpUatiofl plpMtt Too T cold cld
for gardenIng aderlll Only Onl a f f1l tew w of o the theHardier
lrdler Hardier vegetable vqetablf su suI < h M a onions ont o car carrota ca carrots
rots rt lettuce and B nd radkthei rd have hI been beenplanted bn bnpt beenplanted
planted pt The Tb recent precipitation PrPltton win wineaves willcanes 11
eaves o nearly brlr ell 1 11 thu tht grain Gr11 la II the ti ground groundto Ilnd Ilndto
to sprout 1t Nearly all the tl small grain grainMU
a baa MU been b sown IWn The Th cold c weather 1Iuter gn Is I
keeping fruit buds back and
ke bk a pears p are areth I Io arethe
th the only o ly trees lrf In blossom blOm Ice le haa
formed font on standing water every eve night ht
filghest Htt temperature tmpratur during Iling the Ih week tk
U I degrees d < r lowest luw lt M I degree de pre precipitation peeelpltatlon ¬
cipitation olpUatn 10 10 Inch lohJobl InchJohn John Crook Crk CrkLy CrookIeran Ir IrolpUatn
Levan Ly Juab CoThe CITI storm tW of the theTtb the1b the7th
Ttb 1b tth Ih and tth tb l Itt ft 15 1 hakes mo of o mow enown mowin 101
III n this t valley and was al very ey beneAclal btctl
Apple pears par and peauhes ptl not far farenough t tanenough
enough fh advanced aa d to be Injured laurt by I the thetght th thelight
light lat frost trot trostWni Wm lirown lirownIndlaoU Brof UrownIndlaoha
11dl01 IndlaoU 8tnpetc Sanple npete > Ca CoA CoA A olc cold week weekThe weekThe
The TI late lt snowfall lnwfll Is I bringing bnln all we the thegrain themll thegrain
grain mll up which greatly Irelly Improves Imjrove the theprospect th theprospect
prospect propt for tr a irr j pM > M V ftelman ftelmanFountain Ilm IlmPolntaln elmajrPountaln
Fountain Polntaln Oretn Grlrt ganpete Snpte Co CT oT oTweek The Theweek
week has h been ben iturmy tun and ane cold od The Theground Throlll Theground
ground rolll Is II well wel soaked a < ked Bprtag and fall fallgrain Cal fallgrain
grain are looking Il kna well IU and aI luoarn I Is Isgrowing IIfNWIDI isgrowing
growing fNWIDI nicely Dli Fruit Frit trees t eonilng 0 eomln out outm outIn outIn
Carter CarterPetettt CarterD CarterDeseret In leaf It No damage damaJ by I frost frt frtCarter frost0o frost0oCarter Oeo OeoCarter
Petettt D < rtt Ulllard Kllrd Cadoudj Co and an cold coldwith cld cldIIh coldwith
with IIh high winds 1Iln4 during durll the u week k Very
little Ill tro crop growth Jrowth Mitch Mi of the tI fruit fruitIn
In blossom blot has las bra h tainted IRar by the thefrost tb tbfrot thefrostS
frost frot frostS 8 W V Western WesternHlnkley Wler Weteraillnkhey
Hlnkley Hnkley Mlllani lur Co CoDV CoHeavy Heavy frost frostnearly tt ttnearly frostnearly
nearly every Ier > nIght nlthl during Iurn the th week wH but butnot butnt butnot
not nt much JHTIKIRP dlmlr therefrom Grain nnrl nnrlInoern Inr nn4litcern
Inoern Iom are a looking weliK ll IH M M Bishop BishopBallna Hillop Hillopsanu BishopSidina
Ballna 8 Sevlr > I < ro lfTbe oTbe Th week Hi has Ji been beencold bn bncold beencold
cold and tt ItlrIY strrny rm > The Th prospect t for torCMt n nfruit afruit
fruit CMt crop cp Is doubtful duubtul J Good 0 prospect prospectfor lpt lptCo
for Co an n average crop < of o o wheat whItX whItXV4Iton wheatN M A APeadteton APoadleton
Peadteton PeadtetonOlenwood V4Iton V4ItonOlnwo PoadletonOtenweod
Olenwood Olnwo Hevler fltr Co elw OOStii BtMW w during duringthe dUriDI
the first dt of o the l wek week eek followed tll1 by I a hard hardfrees h hardteems
frees t Apricot peach Jlk and la plum pI buds budsno I
no n doubt dob Apot Injured Illund Karly lrl Wtbl vegetables were werefroMo Wrelr werefro
lr fro froMo en Fail Fa whtat whI leslie lo well leslie Bavlerrlvar Ilr IlrIY leslieriver
river is I almost 4fy dW dryW W M I Cowley 0
IY Lawrence L Bmtcy UMN C 0 0t71 Tha week ha habtn 1 us usbeen
been hn cloudy coud but no rain Iln has ht fallen Iall since II
the tth h Ktrmcri Jarmer are busy bu putting ttng In Intheir Intheir n ntbelr
their crops crp Th The ground ts I In good con condition 0 005ditln ¬
dition dlton fur tIr seeding INlnl round No injury laJ J to the tbefruit tb tbtrult thefruit
fruit buds b yet yetI tL L Lewis LewiCastlt Iwll IwllCul LewisCastle
Castle Cul I Iik bgk > 4k Emery Frerr Co CuThe CuThis Tht apricot apricotbudji aprct aprctbul apricotbuda
budji bul and f come 10m uf the peach ploh buds bui were werekilled wrIled wsrkilled
killed Iled by b frost frolt tiprlng lrln grain lrl la mining miningop omllK omllKDI
op DI Lucern field feld are le green reenTM greenJuJig reenTMJb JM JMJaffa
Jig JaffaHoab JbMob
JigMosb Hoab Mob Grand Co CoUa CoRain Ualn hall and ant snow snowamounting snowaionntlng nowIOU
amounting IOU to it 1 inch the tb put Pt week weekwhich wekwbit weekwhich
which wbit was very f beneficial bn11 to vegetation vegetationHenry vegetatIonHenry
Henry 1 nr Crouse CrouseWestwater CrUN CrUNWelt1ller LrousiWestwater
Westwater Grand O Co tLllh oLlght Light rain on onth ont onIii
th t 14th which wblh wu the tb only precipita precipitation r ¬
tion during durl the week Alfalfa and win winter wlQtr inntee ¬
tee wheat are looking welL Not much muchspring muchaprlltl muchspring
spring grain put In yetW yet et W J DIm OarrowMlnemlllc DImKIUIc DarrowMittirsiulie
Mlnemlllc Beaver Co coMeat M NK tt the thasmall Itae1I11aIn theSnail
small 1I11aIn grain Is up and looks well LtiOarn LtiOarnU
U trowlug rowl nicely Ir Some garden rdlll stuff stuffI tuJCIt
I It up Heavy Ilea frost nlibuWIHism nlibuWIHismWood
Wood WoodBeaver WoodBir oocJ
Beaver B oocJB y Beaver Co OoA A COld week with withfreeilng wilhtISDr withfeseshig
freeilng temperature it nlghtt Not Notmuch Notmudl Notmuch
much growth during the th week Many Manyand N Nd 4It7ad
and d possibly P all of 0 the buds ot f early earlyvarieties earlvaPlot estlyvanilla
varieties vaPlot of apples l and nd plums have been beenkilled 101ftlUlled beenkilled
killed by the tla frouHenry Btaokwer BtaokwerKingston BJukAtr1llI BackmrKIngston
Kingston ton PIte COA cloudy 010114 windy windyweek wi wiw1e windyweek
week with some snowfall Crops CtoplIIIIrl1 art artnearly sflnearly
nearly all In The water In the U river riverIs
Is lower than at any aa time but tewn eeIOnN tewnH iOn iOnKII
H Kenner KennerClrclMllte KII KIIClrcltIII CenruirCIrcleSIIl
ClrclMllte Mute CoTlie grenml JMJ JMJIe fe fela IsIn
la good shape for seeding In Very 1 ry Httif m mIIIOW 111115meow
snow in n the th mountain and nd water wststbe ter terbill wffl wfflb
b bill scarce 1Ct unless unl we w have ha rains rainsII rainsIIChsppln H 11Chapllin A AChappln
Chappln ChapplnLyman
Lyman Wayne Co CoItona Stormy and nd ndell14 v ieeT ieeTcold rjr rjrcold
cold the tb past week which did not furor furorplant la laplant tIVIIplant
plant growth growthMrs Mrs C Coons CoonsThurber Coo CooThurbtr CoonThurber
Thurber Wayne W aye CoClowly 00 < coW ooUand 0014nd coWand
and nd blustering Snowstorm on this tht12th Httlit this13thJams
12th lit 13thJams hJam James Grant GrantParowan OralltParown GrantPsrowan
Parowan Iron CoTht storm which whWicommenced W whicheommenee 1 I IeommDc
commenced eommDc on the evening nln of the lilt Tthwas 7thII liltwes
was II the heaviest alnee last fall and win windo wmdo willdo
do a vaat amount of good to crop oro and andranges a andranire d dranea
ranges The low temperature on tiM tiMmorning tMmort1ln themorning
morning of the 10th Injured the trait fraltprospect tMiItprop traitprospect
prospect prop I Highest temperature during duringthe
the week M lowest M total precipita precipitation ¬
tion 14 Inch lnebJun James Conned ConnedCednr ConnlICrdllt VonnellCedar
Cedar City Clt Iron Co CoCrope Crops In Bou Boucondition sooaeondlUon 50011condition
condition Borne Injury to peaches htll and andplum andplums uMlplum
plum by b tbe freeR Ire of the StIr tta and nd IMh IMhHighest ltthItIpllt 1thItighait
Highest temperature during durin the week weekW WHIe59i
W 59i lowest 24 total precipitation l lInches 1t9 1t9InebeeWllad 1tneheWaylsnd
Inches InebeeWllad Wayland Bailey BaileyCoyoto nlLlley007oto BaileyCoyote
Coyote Oarfleld Co CoFllIIl First four days daysof
of the week fair and cool the latter latterpart latterPlrt latterpart
part being beln cloudy with precipitation precipitationIn
In the mountains Planting Plantlnnd and Irri Irrigation IrrlUon lrrigation ¬
gation Uon still continues aa a the recent pre precipitation I1reclpUtlon procipitatlon ¬
cipitation was w not sufficient to germi germinate gimlnate tml tmlnit ¬
nate grain Twothirds of the tb grain graincrop grincrop ln lncrop
crop has been sownH J McCultoUgk McCultoUgkPinto McCullouhPinto
Pinto Washington Co CoPore Fore part of ofweek otweek ofweek
week was wa cloudy with rain sleet and andsnow andInow andsnow
snow Moat of I the grain ii In and the thtearly theearly theearly
early town la coming up upJ J II Harri Harrison ¬
IOn IOnNew New Harmony Washington Co CoThe CoTheeek CoTheweek Tht Thteek
week eek his been cold and windy with withrain withralll withrain
rain on tbe Uth drain is I all sown sownM 10110A
M A Taylor TaylorTayloravllle TlorTloravl1l TaylorTaylorsvlll
Tayloravllle Bait Lake Co C1h Tha eopl eoplous ieploils pl plOUi
oils downfall of snow and rain tht first firstof tlrloC firstof
of the week has been of Immense value raluto valueto IUt IUtto
to the farmers Spring Sprlnl wheat luuf 1 1prouted liiisprouted
sprouted nicely nlcel Winter It Inter wheat and andlucern 1U4lucem amidluoern
lucern are looking extra well No Nodamaging Nodamaatltl NOdamaging
damaging frosts to dateJ B Bring Bringhurst DrI DrIhuret Drisighurst
hurst hurstTooele hurstTooeie
Tooele Tooele Co CoThe Tbe precipitation precipitationfor
for the th month so far amounts to IN INinches I InM 11lathes
inches nM 17 of which fell during the past pastweek puweek
week 11 Crops on both Irrigated Irrlpteddry HIM HIMdry sacdry
dry farms are re looking welt Fruit trees treesare t tani tressSr
are Sr In bloom Good t prospects for or ormalt a afruit afruIt
fruit crop of all kinds except I1IC pt aprIcots aprlootswhich aprIcotswhich prlootl1Ihlcb
which were killed on the fthI J JElklngton JElklalon 1Elklngton
Elklngton ElklngtonL
L I n Munoocir MunoocirSection MUnDOCUSection MURDOCItSection
Section Director Director4AVAAAWSSVAVn DirectorAMUSEMENT
Quo Yadls alill went before b fo another anotherlarge anotherlarge notberlar
large lar house last evening and nd tbe out outlook outlook ¬
look 1s that the business Will keep keepteadltv keeptdlly
teadltv up during the tb weekOC weekS week weekOf
S S Sof
Of Paderewskls playing the tb London LondonDally YAndonDall LondonDaily
Dally Dall Mall recently ntl said Paderewskl Paderewsklstands Padereweklstands
stands alone His face an a a Impassive Impassivemask Imlvemuktbat impassivemaskthat
mask muktbat that II always alwa the first Impres Impression ImprelIton Impresilon ¬
sion which h be zlves IVH one 0 But It is IIvery a avery avery
very subtle mat m mask and nd beneath It la IIken a akeen akeen
keen watohfuli watchfulesi ets a keen appreciation appreciationnever
never thanks be to the lb sods od a trace traceof tracoC
of affectation ft ttlon His technique Is I so elm simple 11mpl elmpie ¬
pie pl and yet t so expert above all 11 he helias behal hehas
hal the nameless nmI quality qullt4IOmeUmea qullt4IOmeUmeaIllacaled qualltyeometlmeSlecalLsd sometimes sometimesmiscalled
miscalled magnetism sometimes cant cantphrased cantphraHd1 cantphrased
phrased as personality ptrIOBllltrwhkh which battles baffleaus
us I all allWhy allWhy U
11 11Wily
Why spend end money mon slid time for music musicItasons musiclomoni
Itasons 1 when you can buy an n Angelus Angelusand
and nd hae bn all kinds of music without any anymusical an anmuakal anymusical
musical education Free recital every everyafternoon evilanemooll everyafternoon
afternoon from 1 to 4 p ro dally dallyat dill
at 1 Cullen Hotel Everybody Invited
Hlmm W flrny Om formerly of Salt SaltLake SaltlAke SaltLuke
Lake Ilircliatee it Large Farm FarmHiram aiin aiinhiram lllI lllII1lralll
Hiram W Gray formerly an attorney attorneyof ttorne ttorneuf
of Salt Lake City has bought a big
farm in Stevens Co Wash say f the theSpokesman the8pokNIIIln theSpokesman
Spokesman Review Three hundred hundredaad
aad twenty acres c of meadow land are areIncluded areIlIChldtd areincluded
Included In the purchase the tb consider consideratlon conalcSrUon consideration
atlon being ttTOO 100 Tile land comprise
150 acres uuon what it I known aa the theHcNauehton theJ4eNaurbtoa theMeNaughton
HcNauehton place and nd another quar quarter quarter quaricr ¬
ter section known hOWI11 as the Wadhams Wadhamsplace Wdbamplce Wadhamplace
place Mr Gray Ora will move his family familyupon tmll tmllupon famIlyupon
upon his new farm and will make ex extensive extnllve sxtenaive ¬
tensive Improvements ImprovementsThe
The purchase pur h was made through Phil
T Becher A 00 of this city elt In Sep ¬
timber of boat year pr Mr Gray Ora who whomoved wbomoved whorooted
moved here from Salt I Ik < ek bought boll ht a
farm south of Marshall for UIM H lie
listed the property rrt with lth the same firm firmsend
send 1Id d recently received Ived K6W for the
farm cleaning up U1Ot UM In about six sixmonths ISxmotIthl sixmonths
months time
timeTorturing Torturing
Disfiguring Humors HumorsItchliijr
itching Burning and Scaly Scaly1ruptlons
Eruptions of the Skin and andScalp andSCltlp andScalp
Scalp with Itli Loss of Hair
n tnttaMBt H simple plt direct 11tOt agreeable
MId tcoootnlrtl lIOIDleal and U I xltpud Iap to the iii young rOil I
ttI l lutant B as > well II ai adult hll of ercrt e an
Hath UN affeoua 110IIII JUt rt wltk HOT 110 WATBI W AlD
and CiTtiTBt CITtft > 1U SOAP > to cleaua cI eke the skIn of
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tKUol hey 11t without I C i ani ni rubbing ntbbt and
a Jpuh CrriciaA CIITI t Utataaat fn freely lj to allay altaIII
KtMDf III imi Irritation Uon aii sad < l InlUomktkw aad
teeth and mu heal MaIIOIIaaIl aol ol lastly take the CiTicciu VTlot1 VTlot1Vr
MMtvtvr Vr to cool sad rWwiM e tlw U blood
This tmtinwit affnrito air IRMMI 1tIIfJIet1fI1III taut permit
rest ud tbi au and p pUNtg mu to a speed tl i iaii tnsa nu
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liter er r removable llI far leriikiant ferCUt farUhknt
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k i tu 11 beat Per Peritd I PerI
I itd d Hard Bean < in inminutvi Inmlnul inmnuti
minutvi without
Lttr 1llInl IIITg it Is tbe th tiNt bintcleaaMnir
tr r cleaaMnir Iall < wa flute t te
J pipes I J e i I dlsalftettni dlsalftettnit
tnii n dot t dMllhI leaning
Y H rein psints In i brr barrI1 ii
IUlhltll alhfl trees Ir and kill
Inl in Intel innectaf for en ennti
rnH1 s1nees f and andutM ftlNhnl
lets I utM Xtr Xtrt nahitera nahiterai nahiteraremove naJD er erw
w t to remove ol olttt old Ant paintsNhtbLANIA nti ntiCOi
ttt tttANIX t i
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Absolutely Puref PurefI PurefJlVlade I IT1ade
Made from Grape Cream of Tar Tartar Tarti Tartar ¬
ti tar Most healthful and andeffial effi efficTent effiint
cTent 71 71i i nt of fall all leavening agents agentsMany
I Ia IMany
a IS
Many YIIIlIl mixtures made m In imitation of baking bakingpowoen bakIngen
powoen en are upon the market The They am amtoU esuacid
acid cheap but are dear at any price b bcaiiM be becIIM beduNtbsYconhsIsslwuarouollYspoIoIL
caiiM duNtbsYconhsIsslwuarouollYspoIoIL they conuk akun a rwrosJve iIM poisoa
Friends of the Nicaragua Canal CanalBill CanalBlllimpatlont CanalBill
Bill Blllimpatlont Impatient at Delay DelayWANTTHE Dct PelajWANP y yW
Oilier Think the Ircicnt Illll h Not ot
SullablSllrnllofl oflaimiH oflaimiHMltger ur lanalHalluer liIIHIHigger
Mltger In the theNew oodllllr oodllllrNew oodpllrNew
New York April Al1dllSA IS 18A A gpMfel 1 to tbe tbeTribune tbeTribune theTetbun
Tribune from WaaHlagtofl WehIntocChairman Sftff
Chairman n Htpbtirn J lJ1 rl1 duUrAei of f the thecommute thoconuillt theCommIttee
commute of Intentat I oommrte l and andothtr andothr andoth
othtr oth r rpreMnt reprntUWli tl8 wh fe favor faorImmeJIate IlvorImmediate favorImmediate
Immediate legislation II tlon ftp lie ne Im Immediate 1mmediate ftnmediate ¬
mediate oonstruotlon F t the theNlearagua thtNI08raJUa thelIeKragua
Nlearagua oanal 01 nil hay haVlt become becomeImpatient hl ijeomeImpatient < ome omeIm
Impatient Im CiUnt at what they rar4 gard rd a aunreasonabl 81 81unreatonabl aunressonabl
unreasonabl delay and am1lh thir thsyAi Al tin lbllat lbllatcnln thiatening i > t tcnlnK
cnlnK cnln to make the situation ttl tnUnsttng tnUnsttngas fttlnr fttlnra
as a well as unpleasant far ttHkt t u hum whmtIIy whomthe humthey
they the better bell are exerting tnfr effortt efforttand rortland lTortiand
and Influence intltie for further furtheeof dl cJt1flJl j6 < au lIuu lIuuo e eof
of o their hoatlllty to the Projejei P itmif If If
Te Hepburn bill was fVr faly tiy r
ported to the Hoa e two moMh g5i o II
Since that time the HayPaXiu IIayp4ilote i Me
treaty haa b been n signed ao4 au4t ud w n nw nwpending w wJlllIdlug
SVs JlllIdlug fiFi1 In the lienate wwu for r tB Ii n
with little or no pn PtOJIJJeOt ptop pot tic rrftlOrII rrftlOrIIctln f fivortlIe > oratiif oratiifaction
action until next winter It evfr ih The hf
preliminary refM IIllOrt rl of tb the VTafcr W c cm m mw
ml lon ball not yet been n med nd l
submItted w to Congr Congress anti tir rhubl > i < t > i
will III not be for some time to tm esi
Vexed by b th the delay andi and i5vrd rd
prospect th tm advocate of tha th J II J jnim
bill are B trying trf to force Hi ft
corafcnation co mtlln In
and paswgBV P4 Passage 111 8 by th tm Hone mflu mflui mfluChairman at I e 1 1III
III nion
on Chairman Htiriiurn I
i hag OO in ilJrty ly
obtained an n Imposing array rrart Jj it
tune to a PIPer per requesting n estlng eltl ft t m mrjile
mlUee on rats t te bring I
rjile l In a > j ul
order ° Jd r t Providing > fir the oMuLr r tin n
II < me DIII at mi early rl flat s lli < ti1 w wmL I an a1 1 1On
mL for n vote S on ° n the blu and i SKn Rfli n
meats thereto on a dar tla and I Iur I
alto to hI w whined T U Is T i
that such an orf r would h he i i
by an overwhelming iMjotM iesjo 1
there I Is every rMon rese tt to t btta b H vii li I I ImaMenee
mndnc hjuSm II Justl juatised TMq TIes nsifTt If l r
good 004 I retuion to t belle bell i tMt ft I
would Pall I th the Hou llouee nn eelit I
the committee by a large fie ntaj
It I II intimated hwevv I 1
wev tJst I I I hi
members of the I
on e I u
well H Ka other I Jlulntial lear I fIll i
nuaorlty ijorlt In ellher branCh It t QDII
Ate strongly or the Opinion lba I il h
measure ID Ita it
flNeflt lerm ht r 1
to be PIMec1 at this NMMn
On OM of the
oWectJoBTmoat objocJJoRII obsetj most jto d
urged Is I th the provMan rSmbfcv
t5q5a v th thwhich t Ii ¬
woretary ot war ar to build UGh fc 111
itons ns a may be be1llClMl
MMary ry ftort t
fen tense am a and protectJoTef
Protection 8t the e a1 mi hr1
the harbors at thelsimini1011 thelsimini1011Rome the tcemi 11I101
Rome of the h more radical ralll A 1
of tood the m tJltfWu measure fMur I luelUiJIAg tnsiut It lIIJIII I
Chairman UIWrtI Jl1 oJ
not reanl this
eJdtet10a a I I
on one aM argue that It I it
moved some other 0 one tftIHfI
dlatlr raised IIML 1
energy The They vigormecly
the adrocites dYOft of
debit Q 1
ceo r nii I
other oth
which are re apparent apa on znouthm the mH mHen IQ ur 11111
that the actual wrtrw wrtrwmH St t
Cfipalflfl 1I1In
are d deeply I 4114 n4 UIllnoUvtlSi
ot bl hId4 I m ni
the tbeT 111 say I Is making UiertC rt
until to ° Present or J10jtt Psstpn tn actloll tIon
IDlertlt boa btn b
en enin perl1
oared fee
in the eeurie of
wnvertatle wnvertatletodlT todlT
In relation to to this subject a member o oth of ofbe ofthe
th be committee who shares the lb belief beliefand belletlanI heidiand
and opinion of Chairman Hepburn 1 1regard ID IDar4 inregard
regard ar4 to It It declare in snbstaace snbstaacethat abetdOlthat ubtanoothat
that the lb Panama cans at interest wa waplaying 111playiDi was wasplaylsg
playing for the biggest stake It aU of tilt tbecentury tiltcntt1l lb lbcentury
century that Ita custodians realised realisedfull realIsedfull
full well 11 that no more than one utter utteroceanic lIIterDlc interoceanic
oceanic Dlc canal would ever connect tb tbAtlantic lbs lbsAtlantic
Atlantic and nd the Pacific and nd that th thbuilding the thlbulldlnr thebuilding
building of the Nicaragua canal would wouldmean wouldm wouldmean
mean m the tb utter and total lots of every everydollar everydollar everydollar
dollar that bad be bePn n expended at Pans Pansma PaMilia Pansma
ma u well aa of very dime Invested ID In Intha int1M inthe
the Panama franchise and than thanAnother sharesAnother artt arttllotller
Another advocate of Immediate ac actlon actlon action
tlon who felt somewhat gloomy liver ovethe liverth overthe
the th prospect remarked remarkedI I II
I am In favor of smoking lmoll these tel felIowa tellows
Iowa out outnot not only those who ban o oprotest or orprof orprofess
protest prof to have paid out their good goodmoney podmone od odmoney
money mone to obtain control of the Panama PanamInterests PIuwnIntreall Panamainterests
Interests but all those who are trying tryingto
to hamper or prevent the tuccess ot otlegislation olellllaU oflegIslation
legislation 011 which will result In a sal salcanal IIIIp shipcanal
canal caaallCION across Costa Rica and Nicaragua Nlcaraguby Nlca Nlcabr Nicaraguaby
by brandIshIng canal concession mill malatalned milltalned maintamed I
talned down there when they could c uld n ao
more build a canal between the At Atlantle AtIntlc Atlantic
lantle sad the Pacific clJlc than they th could couldbetween collldbttween couldbetween
between Ne Nn York and Liverpool Yea Teswe T Tw Yeawe
we w will have to smoke l these Ih fellows fellowsout MloWlout teilowiout
out perhaps before we 11 pass pa the Hep Hepbun Hepbu Hipbunt
bun bu Mil
New York DewocraM DewocraMNtw IeruoeralaNew etlMlOratsH
New H York April l1The The Democrat DemocratStats Deraocratlctate
Stats tate committee will meet 1 at t the Hoff Hoffma Boerm Hoffman
ma m man house FrIday JrIda for the purpose o ocalling II IIcaUlDl ofcalling
calling the Democratic Stats convention conventionto
to name delegates del to th tIM national I1 eon eonventlon 1dIvehtlon elkventlon
ventlon which will meet t at t Kansas KansasCity ac acClt KansasCity
City Clt July Jul 4 t The Impression ImprealOlltbt PrevalbJ PrevalbJthat preesilathat
that the tb State convention will b be kM kMIn tMIdIn baldIn
In Albany some time during th the totter totterpart iaterpart latterpart
part of next month or early tt IITb J Jgee JgeeThere w wThere
There Tb It I hu however v < r some talk of th thconvention the tbeconvntlOll theconventIon
convention being held either lt r In this tblltlt tblltltor Uy altyor UyMM
or Syracuse IraCUMIIItdt SyracuseMacb
MM speculation I II being belnrln indulged olp4 In Inas Ina
as a 1 to who will 11I be the tb delegates at t large largto I Ito largeto
to th the Kansas Kan City It convUon There Thereleemi TbereleeD1 Thereseems
seems to be b no doubt that exunlttd exunlttdStates uUnltt4State iaUnitedStates
States Henatort David B Hill and andard Sd Sdward d dward
ward ard Murphy will go to the convention conventionThe coDvlDUoaITbe
The ot other r two delegates dele will 111 probaW probaWo pl ptebblcome btll btllN1UU
o come w from lr m New N Tork and Mat Klnp coon coonties colintiel counties
ties It Is t iwid that t If Richard rjoke rjokereturn < roker rokerItIUrDI fokerreturns
return from Bnrope in tune he will m be tielected beIHte4 beitlectid
lected and that the t KlngJ county rep reprwujntathc rept repreaeatatie
rwujntathc t < will tv an any D > man named by byHugh b bup byBugh
Hugh up McLaughlin Mr McLsughlins McLsughlinshealth JlcLaurbIJnlhealtb
health l is not try good and ho mar marnut IDI IDIDut maynut
nut be able bIe to attend the conenU oaII1IIUoablh1Ielt oonvmUoahimself < m mhimself
himself blh1IeltI
Seth u fiew r lOaded IBeotedNew 11IeotedI lOadedNew
New York AprBU AIIIII AP5t2Sth uIttII Low LoIIIIIJeI1 LoIIIIIJeI1d el esidint eld
d dint nt of Columbia TTmrersity wstrtect wstrtectid 11 was alert eleettd
id president of the t American Geographi Geographical ¬
cal society ls lilt t night
I WI LpboW Jrfcvs JrfcvsChicago Jrk lrksChicago > N NI
Chicago April II 1T1Iuty Twenty ootof ootofK 011101tn oatoftwn
I K tn n nib sb and door r mas IIIIUCct mnUCaCtUrffl ufacturen held helda 1IeI 1IeIa
a secret ec meeting at t the Grand Pacific Pacifict
ut t night t at t which trade conditions conditionsro
HtJ ro dlcaased sTar diseied It wa a < said M that the thedullness tb4Irullnt thejireeflt
Irullnt jireeflt Ill dullness MIBIieww dlI In the t trade exfru b bI l lI
I t mis II II Ole of the latent of t th the spring and andhlJI endhdIy
hisfly hlJI because of the lb preswit later la war
in building circle As A a result It f the theUng the1I
1I Ung it Is I said aM that present p t tiii trice triceHI pr4c15Il
HI be heCdliii maintains maintainsCalled aaiDWtltdoIleII
Called mm aafiawrtlt a as ISei5bI tea teaXsw ScSb ScSbNew
New s You Tift April ttTh t e SocialIstic BocUUtoOcivopetntlte IocIaJlltJoQpfftldft SocialIsticiopettl2e
ivopetntlte associationVubllihw association n publisher of ofi of11f oflie
Eefiuns has JIItlrrd N Nlitd
i lie ne New York ork Volkt
tlrrd 1 from tbe appellate t trm nn of the tneM th thI theuliem
uliem I M court a reverHi of Uw lIe Jung Jungawarded 111 111Intnl JudiUI
1nt 01 awarded ward agalfltt it to SamUel Samoeia SamUelPIIULw 1 1lrluOl
lrluOl a Ubor l leader s lr who claimed to toV tol totie
l tie dalMeeI bJ tile tie publication In Inz lb lbk
V < k zTltung z Zcitui turar of an n allf alleged 1IA M od libelous let leuter lettr lettPr
ter addnese dn to > the member < If th thiKurmakers the Uaelltl1lmlllclII thelarmakere
iKurmakers lalomaUonal nnten nntenhi II IIhl Lihis
hi his letter bit manner r or ° r mtoattog OOIIdUfUar OOIIdUfUarInell oouduetlgIjinels
Usinesswaa Ijinels Inell wu criticised and be beaiu1 Wa Wan
aiu1 tenement hue bo bose and nd ndnlillllbia a an aniserbie
n nlillllbia arable n cab lI ab Jutlcc Uee Bekn BetkmU nof nofthe oC oC1be Ofthe
the thefact tbe11rt thefact
tribunal referred t to
the testimony f l llr was U liven ivn on the theIrial thetrial
fact lri1 trial that ISWth 5 to the significance nonc of the th woAJ woAJ1nt wotQscab 11 11IeR
scab adtin I prn OlI < who wee weean u uIin
cteut trat to lit lIIIuanecl bY his fellows fellowsIt 00
11 was unllecl fY II he tidd Atlt to Ita ItaIourae have Ti Tiours
00 evMI of that description descriptionThe OL OLrbe
Iourae ours of 5sii5t t orilla orillaIII Ii Iiit
The tara Wa u iii t
to psuons 01 m mmeaNQ illrepati illrepatieneajitig
It ItU ftwas
meaNQ oopaltn tr ic bbY f4O5
tress doubt tIM covet
was U mural tllIJ fret
It Itsaid
said that the lb pubUcantlon wax uliboJw uliboJwper lib ibium < ui uiper I Iper
per st The reversal erelll wus u > ortlere i tii nil nilJr t i iqr 1 1I
qr I because of th < Impxiper 1Ilm 1IlmIn in i imevldinceon tlnevlence
mevldinceon In dne < otl the i hurt > m f thepimn the lhllll V t ttbe 1lbe Ithe
the report of n c niniiiM Chlml fav fard fardhIm iui iuiMn
Mn hIm In reference rfcr n f t iruifl r rJlrt iln i tiar li ha UK I Iwsi Iwas
was 11 also bM that Ihatlh tli uun s i Iii IiiI n nkit u uitlO
I itlO kit to the Ih Jury > tin1 hu they theyratisfied > > i H HrailifleJ ttnlladec1
railifleJ from tin r f s 11n lh t > t l lae I IMI 1W3
MI ae no nialln i alii in I tl IIt it thr t 1 1ret Inut 1 1lIl
ret published miiniv and r i iI t tuthout twithoUI
uthout I due inciuiiN they 1111 11111t1Id ct t I Iiivird 1a
iivird a ird punltUr c il hi nn U 5 nis IIS n JliI JliIrl ij ijrly Utrly
trly < rly rl prejudicial tlh U th defend lltehlall n I t tx rfptllJn 1ixiptiun
ixiptiun x eptiun I > this i tuK hr W8 h hi IHI t tr II
i vi I r not in lia bnn l > n sufllcltiri sufllcltiriInlte lutlcniInltl sufficIximile
mile in Its It I nature t ti > proper properly I I Ithe tthe 1the
the court of tht th ln Iflul1I < lI1 idii lency or irr trrlr r 1 1tb Iith j jth
th ° charge ui upon > un this question IIUtlUonTlI questionTHKV iueetionT1llfl
THKV TlI 1 WILL VQT NOTIlISCOViII lllSCOril IT ITScientists 118dnthl ITtkientluts
Scientists Who WtwTreTrying Art tf Trjln to Trace TraceAmerican TracClhaulclln TracernerIean
American Imllnti toliattern to Asia AsiaSanFranclscj AsiaSan BlaBan
SanFranclscj Ban Francl April ll IBTnr IBTnrtl ILTnrtiats Tnn Tnnlists
lists tl coniirlnlng corwrl lng tli < Jtsupixt JIIUp tkI I Ii 1 3 3Miit IIallt aeent
Miit out b by > thc Am 111 i An 0 Mu Id IdNaturll u uNatural
Natural history it > f N oN Tvrk Tvrkplore yrkplore Ytrkplots
plore the unknjtn i rlons Ions Ionswestern > f I I Iwestern
western Siberia hi h J illed fr froclt ta tacity i icity <
city clt Thy Th arc ar N n 1in in C 1 Jil Jiln Ian A Aan
an n AmfiiiHn Am Ian an 11111 I i ti iliuiiai iliuiiaidtaar Itunlllilmar Itunlandman
dtaar mar O Uiru < Birus un I demnr J Json Jd I IlOG Iso
son so The obj ubi f tl III ir trip tripto Irllto u uto
to determine lu 111111 ttt tlr r i not 1h i h hcall M Mcan 111CII
can Indian l III d j > < r I > t from fromstock fromstock 1 1l
stock l > Th llu MI 111 lltniiihi lltniiihily II tOlld tOlldI z zly
ly I upon the etbiHl ethIg f 1 > pha phaIng pha111I phalag >
lag the native nlltl iuiku 1III U < an ancustom an1 anicustom r rtutOINl
custom and pl phyal l li lundF1 IlliCit irm t < r i f falnxist ft tlinsist
alnxist t t eery ery rr nil hit Irihii lflha lflhanortheastern q1 q1IIOI1bea1ltm li liMrtheaJtfrn
northeastern sctIn n tl ItI ti r f SllHM SlttIiloft i x xton
ton will 11I confine cn n his hi > v k malnK i iHokcical 1IIIOIuIIral i iiooiugkai
Hokcical Held tWM making makingaad mllklrlltaM makIiiiaid
aid rare n 1011IIIn > llitti > n t fnrd il nls and n nate ralater C Call
ate alater for the big blllJlll muiurn UI11 In Crntril 1 1They 1ner IThey
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1 1BIg
BIg III Attendance Bipettcil BipettcilNew
New York April Irli V Flrom 1 ITrom i t tappearatett tappearances
appearances 000 ii sna s wid whilead i i it > cJ cJed
t ed Bjd to lb nation 110II w < < m rite uitc Ir i f ftht ftbe Ithe
the conference confer ee of 0 of t t mli mliarday ml mtiunlay I I
arday 1 evening ey 1 I < wt M K KOov I Is0ev
Oov 00 Rouaevtlt and irenlJ ireeIdrisun IIi i iri J JrllUD
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