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I 1 0 DESI3RE11 EVENING NEWS IKIUAX rEWlUAny FE 1tUAny 22 1901 1
j LIVELY DEBATE ON ONATTORNEYS ONATrORNEYS ONAT1OR1EY8
ATTORNEYS BILL BILLHouse BILLHOUS9 BILHous
House of Representative s tlio bceno bcenoof ccnc ccncof cen cenof
of Warm Talk Yesterday YesterdayITlSAMWYEHSilKASUlU5 YesterdayI YesterdayITISALAWYEILS
I
ITlSAMWYEHSilKASUlU5 ITlSAMWYEHSilKASUlU5homo rr ITISALAWYEILS lSA lJA WY EllS MFSU1t1 MFSU1t1CoIef1IIeJiUy lIM UllW UllWOIleftIlCllllr
OIleftIlCllllr homo ul lie li IIIJ JtiJulor < l Irh IrhlIlouIonle < fpl fplIonlf
Julor lIlouIonle Ionlf Viiiltmuo ul tin ti Jrop Jropjiltloiluiiiillliionli JrlllClallioll
Clallioll 111 jiltloiluiiiillliionli lIt U cu olUlIlIUCIiIN Iii II H lOll > IXlliHi II C h ii I led IllllOf UClof ledOf
Of lhcfloen the woven bllli which onm up Upfinal for forfinal Of Of11nal
final reading yenterday four our ware warepassed wereT1IU1 WO WOpiid
passed T1IU1 d two had hn their fntign druttn I1r fl anll anllwill an anwill m1 m1will
will never go Into the book of statulo statuloat tlLtUhl1IU ttutkn
at n powers for good gOOI or r evil OVIlIlIlI arid one ot otter Clrter Ctlter ¬
ter being wubjected to ft hot debate debatewan tiebstiwaaioIeto1 eJatewnn
wan waaioIeto1 foUtoa on tho committee on on coun counties counties cotultki
ties Thin last was W Bmlthn bilL to llx llxth II IIthe flthe
th the compensation of attorneys appoint appointea 1 1etl
ea 1 lIy > y tho court to dufoml doelHIIHluper pauper crim criminals clrnInals crirnmalL ¬
inals It I Is essentially c8 n lawyers Mil MiltuiJ Jillntul bitwi1
tuiJ OB a Its virtues were aro ably pleaded pleu ed by byseveral bysovcral b bsOVra
several of tho legal lltlils IHhtl In the thl linusit House Houseit Iouse IouseI
it I ivus Vlt only natural laturl thnt tho anil anillawyers nnl nnlI tthtiiKwye
lawyers I wyels should Ihoul1 vent their spleen spleDI upon uponIt IPon IPonaml upo upoIt
It and throw a 1 few OW stumbling stumJlng blocks In InItii Ii Iiith
Itii way YU They did I not succeed IUCCo In II kill killing 111 lUlllfl ¬
IY
ing 11 lfl tho bill but they had tho tmtlsfuo tmtlsfuotlon Iltstue Iltstuetun ntisIaonun
Inl nun tun of putting llltnC LI it I back Into Int the com cominlttcu COl COlmtteo cornintttco
inlttcu room grn1The grade gradeThe
Grd GrdTho
mtteo The compensation inentlonod montonod In tho thobill thobi tb tbbill
bill allovH cOnll defending llaton ntlornoys 10 0 for forth torthe to tothe
th bi the JlfBt II IllwI rlt day detendlnJ and 5 r for or ntorno succeeding Hucceellll ilayIn days dayslu dls dlslu
rn
lu misdemeanor tlS tmlClnUr cases IIS01 and 111 runs up upso to toZO
so 20 and nll SIP 10 for murder trials Tim proIONd pro proponed IUUIloHet ¬
poned net throws thmll tho liability for mien miencosts iiucicoets lch lchcosts
labity
costs IloHet on to thu county wherein the trial trialtakes triultllkes tritttukn
takes 01 plats Instead Instoal of shouldering 00l3tttto tho thoState thoI
I State with wih this tlll Imrdetii hunlI and Itl It wart wartover WUI WUIover U Uover
over Oil tll point that Hlt the nrrowH nrrOWI began beganto logun logunto begitito
to fly flyMr
Mr lr fy fyMr Van an Homo 10rno was Wl va the first frt chum chumplon clll clllplll chainplQrl
plon plll of the merits morll ot the bill hi Ho went wentInto wOII wOIIInto wmilinto
Into tho matter carefully cnrtll und Imllllulol Imllllulol1e minutely minutelyHo
Ho told tator of n case Cll which ho lout hll been beenappointed 1t1 1t1IPllolnted bti btiappointed
appointed 1e IPllolnted tolt to dfifond lftond In which he lia liabeeji hail hailbeen hallbeon
been put to an l1 expense Of 1250 250 Instead Insteadof
of receiving any RlY fee tel for or his legal scr scrvice sorlc Bervice
vice lc lcI
viceMr Mr Cutler had been fretting trcttne under undertho underthu unthi11w
I tho restraint Cuter ot hl listening Islenllg to the prnIcof praises praisesof pnlies pnliesi
i of a mcaHurc to which ho was antagon antagonistic Intnlon IntnlonJ antagoniftIc ¬
In tho length ot ofMr oti otMr
J istic HH chalice camo IrJKth
i Mr Iftc Van 1K Homes Holos exposition txpo llol and hocalled ho hocalled hocnlc
called the attention Itcnlon of the tht chair to the thefact thl thlI thofact
fact cnlc that Mr Ir Van Vnl Homo had oxcoedod oxcoedodhis oxcf d1 d1Illl
I his Illl time limit Ilnlt His 11 shot sIl I fell fel short shortthrough iort iortthrough
through tme thy tl offer afer of Messrs Page PageSmith Jne JneSmih Pagekmitli
1 Smith Smih and N L I Morris 1lonls of their thou tlmuto tmo tmoto
to Mr 1lr Vnn Homo 1010 who continued continuedMr contnued contnuedI
I Mr i r Glnsmnnn Olsmann n n who Vh hud 1111 given up the thechair thoclnilr thechAir
chair to Mr i LanKton LInKlol wild Illd tId that 1win hu h wan wanIn Wi
In favor of the Ile kill i but thought tholjht that thattho lhutII thattho
II tho burden of expense CXIIS0 should ho1111 fall tal on onthe ontho onthe
the State Instead of the tw county where wherethe whec whecI wherethe
I the trial took place plncl He II thought a afair uII afair
fair compromise comllumlso would loulllm bo for the State Statetroumirer Stlte StlteIrrU8urr 3tatetreusurer
II troumirer IrrU8urr to pay PI for tlr felony Clues an anleave Ilt IltleCvo iitileMo
leave leCvo tho th misdemeanor nll llemennor CIIBCH CUlpS for the theroitnty thecounly thecounty
county As to tho nmount of com compensation clm clmi ConpliIeit ¬
i pensation 11 pliIeit ISltlol I 101 hI IK iluuiiht IhUIht th itiglit that t ha t In gome gometrials saro saroi oo too tootrials
i trials 500 OO und 100 10 would bo moro moroadequate moroI morendeiuate
adequate compensation compensatol than 20 2 nnd nndJ10 1111
I J10 10 0
J10This This hls was wn too much luch for or Mr Cutler Cuter Ho HoInformed le ler lielnfurrnel
r Informed Inturmtll the IIuus luuse that In n 1 case In Inwhich InI Inwhich
which he had Rued for 8000 80 OOi hi ta had hadonly hadolly had0th
I only olly 0th been heel chargod chlmlU1 W 20 by b his counsel counselDid counselPd counselDid
Did Pd you ou win your easel 01e1 came camefrom Ome Omefrom camefrom
from Yon Ynl homeYci Home HomeYen 10re 10reYeM
Yen and nld I had Uncle Sam fmn Sam to t fight fighttoo IIht IIhttoo tIghttoo
too the strongest stron rlL man 11n on earth Ho Hocontinued lit litcontnlell lb lbcontinued
continued contnlell that thin Ihll 1iJ bill hi was Wil fls nil nl for or the tholawyers thennll theiahero
lawyers ami an innvpd Ioell that Its Is enacting enactingclnuso N10UnH N10UnHclausu roactlngclause
clause be ue mrleken IHrlren out The chair chnlrruled chairruled chaIrruled
ruled the thl tii motion 10tol nut of lt order orler an tho thoquestion thoquestion thejUestlOli
question before beore the House was what whatcommittee whlt whlteOltlt httt httteonhTitteo
committee eOltlt to o should ho ihie bill bi be o referred referredto reern1 reern1to
toMr Mr Pane lR thought thollht the th counties countel should shouldnot shouldnot
not be J Riulil middled ldtlet Itd with vI lh tlt any nl a ii y additional ndlll0nll add I t lonni OXpeIWL ox oxpeiiH oxIIIIPI
peiiH IIIIPI Mr HolzliPlmer lolzhelnwr In favoring favoringtho tnvorlngthl
the thl bill bi made lullr n I thrust thrlst at Mr Cutler Cutlerwhose Cuter Cuterwhoso Cutlerhune
whose hune remarks remarkl on lawyers 11e ho 10 consul consldtrrd cons consulcrrd II IIrrd
trrd unfair and 111 not nOllnll called < for or Hut IJlt the thebig thl thebi
big bi man mln was on his IIK feet In n moment momentHe 1010ni
lb He l wanted to know whether the Ih gen gentlcnmn genttiemnu tn tntemnn
tlcnmn from Ot Jtiab Jllb had been heln appointed appointedhis
his temnn guardian gUl1111n n He HI WUH WI vii ii ImperIl Impertinent IIUJNlnlt nnt and andentirely IUII IUIIentrelY 0111entirely
entirely entrelY too fio tlh li nnd nll when wherl did Ilt he net netlilfc gethilt et
hilt 111 license Icl lIcCi1 e anyway In WIY to discipline IAllplte him himCutler himClter blotCutler
Cutler Clter V Holzlielmer 1017hclrer got rol < hack nt him himby hln hlnI him himby
by I saying salnl that If ho were his Kimrdlan Kimrdlanlie Rlflllan
1 lie 10 would wOlld not allow low him to make mlko anyeucit any anymich nlY nlYluch
floor lloorof nooroC floorof
mich luch ridiculous rldlclious statements on the
of tho House After some lome further de debate deI dobate ¬
I bate ale the bill bil wnn Sn1 M referred to the com coininlttre committee commitel ¬
mittee mitel tin counties countiesTim COln cotmntIeThe tl
Tim bills his that thlt passed lUI ptgc 1 tho Home yes yesterday U Ut POterday ¬
t terday trlll were re House 10nso bills hits B3 3 41 4 and 99 99and P9and 3 3I
I and Senate bill bi No o 19 19House 10OURO 19lloiine
House OURO bill JI Jf 1 o 83 by Smith Smih pro provides proIdes pro1des ¬
vides that no special form nerd Ipfl bo bogiven hoIIen begiven
given when an exception xrepton Is taken for forthe turthe or orthe
IIen
the purpose PUIPOSIIIC of if making an appeal nIJNII to tl ttiSupreme th thSupreme IhSuproto
Supreme Suproto court House HUlse bill II No 41 by byIxjngton byIJngton by1inntgton
Ixjngton IJngton requires reqllf Insurance Inpunlce agonln I ontl to toprocure toIoclro toprocure
procure certlllcatcs of authority nltMnty from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the Ioclro secretary llcrllty certnoltel of State HOUHO 10lHe bill bi No NoSD NoO o oV9
SD O by 1 > H Morr Morris orrR provides ITldes that thatcauses thRtnuses thataUseB
causes of action Icton arising nrl lnJ without wihout the theBtate theRlate theRtate
Btate may bo tiled trlet In the county where wheretho wheretho wherethe
tho complaint la lllod 1ot Pciinto lnJte Mil hi No19 No19by 09 09by o19by
by Rnrncs llme limits lmi the liability lJhllt of banks bankst
t IE 1 Iwr cent of their capital cnlJll1 stock and andsurplus un1Burplu aolaurplus
surplus surplusHouse1 Burplunou aurplushloue
House1 nou o bills bil 53 O by b Harmon 1nrmon providing providingfor pohIM pohIMtor
tor the appointment of n I fitato liveolock live liventock Ihotocl
ntock tocl inspector In pector nnd No No9 9 by Hencli Henclirelating IInch IInchrelltll 1hnchmreltIng
relating relltll to mileage mlolo allowed nlowed district districtJudges distrct distrctJlte Ihetrictjudges
Judges Jlte wero killed klCI the latter Intor because becausen ea80 ea80f
n f similar Ilmlar bill bt had hl11 been passed by I the
Senate SenateIn
In addition 1dlton to new n bills his reported theM theMtwo thN tiuetwo
two bills btII lis were re Introduced I1trl11cell late yester yesterday yestorday ollor ollordC ¬
day
dC
dayHomo Homo bill bi No 171 1 by b Kelly Kely by ru ruquest 1 roitieet
quest quell amending Ime11111 tho statute tltllO requiring requiringthree 1qllrllC 1qllrllCthro reqmmlringthreo
In ilie nationalguard national nationalKuard
three years or service Rlrvlee 11 nR tnnal
guard for eligibility ellRlbtty to tl a commissioner commissionernnd eOlnllldon4r eOlnllldon4rnnd
111
nnd making Illklnl It I the duty dlt of tho com cominanderlnchlef Iom IommnlllrIn eomnismvlrtnchlef
inanderlnchlef mnlllrIn hlet to tl nseemblo tllnblo the guard guardfor KUtNtor guardram
for Injunction once n I yr ymr ymrhlouo Ilr IlrIou r rHouse
House Iou In8trlcton o bill i No 17 by 11 Wels Well provides providesthat ProvIilesthat rovll rovllthnt
that where whert lter a cIII votmnty < imty holds hohll It tax deed deedto Ih dendto d dto
to property the property Itler need If not lul be beixdverll b beni1vertfeeI
ni1vertfeeI ixdverll lherlM11 Itopr d In delinquent Illnqlelt tax la Huts HutsThere Jltl JltlThlro lttaThere
There wns l considerable eon hlerahll itlsrimslnn itlsrimslnnyesterday itlsmnissitimiyterdtay 1911111 1911111YItlln I
yesterday ns ni to how long lOl the Hous Housadjourned 10 10ljournrl Itotisoutjourncd
adjourned YItlln ljournrl for Mr tr Axton was In f tln tlnor fitsor fitsorof vnr vnrof
of a Saturday RntUIR 1pIOn wnlon Mr Von Vontlkeil nn HOrl Home Hometalked
talked tlktl of rooming 101111 wslonp SlonfI It Itn1re1 wa wanerved a aIIrN
nerved IIrN nt It any on rnto that un al ailjotiramtnt ailjotiramtntcould slJOlrnmlnt slJOlrnmlntcou11
could cou11 not be e taken till tl Mondny lnlll without withoutthe
the consent flf the Senate S < nntl A commIt commute commlltel ¬
te tel tee was I S appointed nlpolnted to confer with Wlh n slm slmllnr 11m 11mInr slrnliar
liar eommltlffl from rom the lpfr tlppr np r hout houtwhich loU hou houwhich
which Inr otmlee after atlr1 n leimthy Ipl th nlx Ibnl absnte nce brought brouphtback brllki brllkinck broughtback
back word that the thm Sctmtr 811RII Imd 1111 kindly kindlygranted klnll1 hotn11 hotn11i
i granted Irnnled 111 it tn pprmlsslnn pemlllion f fir fr < r an mljourn mljournmcnt uvloumnmnt IUournm
three day rla duration durationThe durationThe
mcnt m nt of over Ihrf durlton durltonThe
The trip to Ogden O n to Inspect 1IIIr Insp et the deaf deafnnd 11ea deafrot
rot nnd I dumh iuml Institute Iltllute will I be made next mmcxlrrudey nextTrlday nextrldl
Trlday rldl rlh ar < h 1 1ANNUAL 1 1ANNUAIJ
ANNUAL ItiLJlt14 4 ttt f MEETING MEETINGSociety 4ILI4L4I tf1rTi tf1rTiItiLJlt14 lmtIXG lmtIXGBOcCI3 h hocet3
Society BOcCI3 ocet3 of UIP thl Sotuof Sons of time Revolution RevolutionKlif Uolllon UolllonBllcls levotmuffoui1Iict
Klif Bllcls ii Offlccri OfflccriThe omccThl OlRcc1run
The Thl Soctety t af c tb thf the Sons Snl n of 0 tli the H Uolu Uolutnn itesolulion olu olutlnn
lion tnn held lf annual lnual mectn me m tlni this morn mornIHK nwrnIn mumtog
tog In in the P prllr prIormn Tl r of tli the Ksnynn Jn The Therirlrwlpal TherlfWallNllnH TheprlnwI1msl
rirlrwlpal rlfWallNllnH Imnlnwm nt th the mtln mlne mLlnito wa wato 30 30to
to elect oflleem oOctT The following tololn men menwere menwefe menwere
were clioien to th 5110 ponltloni Jlon For l or prc prcIdent IN priIdent
Ident Hoyt l1t Sherman succeeding BefPlln Coo GcoI Go
I 1 Nye ye 1 for viccpretident I John Q QCannon QCRnnon QlflflflOfl
Cannon to succeed uece Dr Ir King K1n for or sec eecI secretary Ie ¬
I retary reter Dr Hwtor Jelor sucC Oriswo OrlwI1 1 to guocted guoctedJohn lu aueceedJohn e1 e1John
John Q Unnon nnon The follow tollnR ins ofllwrs ofllwrswere OmMI otflersvere
were nn rtle4 r 1 J et le d treasurr treasurrOny1or4 treasu tr r > r Kaicene Kaicenepnylonl J n
pnylonl On Ony1or4 ln rtetstrar jetrar Dr Wh Whiy Vhn < y rhan rhanlain 110 110Illn
lain Illn Dr 1tGtrm Brine nln hUtorJftn hlalorJn D It I Or Jrav JravTh
Tbs Th Te mannger nlna er of the he society olt for 0 Gm the
1
r
LJt
Vrirhl Mr MrHooue Ir Ir106UI I I1houe
coming y nr niv 01 nr pr Wrrhl
Ylnl
Hooue 106UI Mr Ir Nv Mr Stri Atrtl > tn n and Inl nd 1 1II IU
II Iarniuorth The Tb IH r 11 ri p > > in h t f the th thtirIng re retiring reotrili ¬
tiring trili Ilrlorll oUlcirs oinl 1 w MI tr < 1 raa ra mOd Ild Hi1 h condi condition conll conlltron condlion ¬
lion of III tin1 KHitv M < N t t i ry Y p inifactory inifactoryIt i1ClOt i1ClOtIL itactoryI
It It out 11 of drbt cdt uinl Inn hl iiiun Illny niiiny < y In the thetreasliry tlwli II IIreaUry
I
treasliry li I r Spven lven eveti new nw members inrblI voro woro ad admitted admlUI iii iiimittod ¬
mitted mlUI durIn during tlw UloYCr thwtr ywir Tho TI nocUty nocUtycon 101t 101tconlrllu11 sootil sootilconIrIifliti1
United first and second > rla rhebe in inlo toIN
conIrIifliti1
con r a j ril lcol1
conlrllu11 lo presented 1 to the he two HtmlPiiii Klllpnl whom whomrtntrlotin WhCIpntrIott helt heltflatotr >
IN tl
prnt
rtntrlotin MWiys < l y arc ra iltcldad cCld4 to b b hI th thbest thuII ti tinest
best flatotr uII Ht a the thl coutottat coutolt at t the HlKh Wih Hnhool Hnhoolthlt rbol rbolIll lio liotWa
thlt HVenlnt nnln Tfldw The two mednli mndallerr a aVerr ar arVery
Very Ill err liatd iAhdmomne om fetid ald are lf of Kohl nM dcor 4feort 4corpd l lM
M 11 with llMdlm th the th tholor oolor Ior I r the toclety tocletyliUOVIt oclet
4 4I1RGbO1Xfl I
liUOVIt I1RGbO1Xfl I1RGbO1Xfl4ttOUy OIIXIDX OIIXIDXAttontcy I ItllrY
Attontcy tllrY a GIIe1 aeoMh1irredema n n Ititcden Uledel yesterday yesterdayhandiKl yttlrday yttlrdayhandll yeatertlamandd
handiKl handll don an a opinion opln1a to Buperln Buperlntendtnt 4iiperimtndrit uperlntftt
tendtnt tftt o ohaol eJol A C C Nelson It I itii la lalir IIli
the theamoOQinent Ih Ihametfllnient
ii lir li answer anlWer IT t an Inquiry whether Ihp Ihpalthnlnt
amoOQinent to the constitution cn tttICn vnt vftEd voted d a aitt on onat I Iat
at althnlnt tilt Uil Uctlon rehtlng rtlatl1 to II the Ihl tax taxI la ta taItm
lftun
IIY Itm I tip of city tlt property III vMo dt A of the > liii liiianmd nut firtland nutalil
and Mruntt lass for the thtuIItlnacl thtuIItlnaclat ttMlotontnce ttMlotontnceof rnalfltsnflof
alil Ialf
of county wonl orhott rhoob Is I ptfexrut1ng etfxrutnl lf exrrutlnK The Theattorney Th Thalnrne lhiattorney
attorney venvral I hold that It I Is II self selfexecuting ul sellexeoutIn
executing alnrne exouln I and II need ItllJ holb no 0 further Irhr legls leglsIntlon lel lelhuloh Jeghhttton
Intlon to PUt It IB force forceIt forceIWACflCJN11UVJ orC orCAUBIWACI
AUBIWACI IWACflCJN11UVJ I CONIIWVIWSY CONIIWVIWSYI usY usYIt
It I Was S n Initlipp lulthC Aireil Icll In II Oliuinbnv OliuinbnvHvfore Ohllll O1iuuiibr1iofou l lofole
Hvfore Iinlieu 11110 unit llnllA 111 111A
A per previous airnnvcnitit between betweenJudge Jltwten JltwtenJudie etwee etweeliodge
Judge Judie Hall HRI and an counsel CUl el tin thl hearing herlli In Inthe lt ltIhe Ii Iithe
the confirmation of the thewale Ihf IhflB tb tbsale
the matter mntor of o Ihl Infnnlton
Frederick H Auerbach es eslutes 11 11ta estate
wale lB Ie of the Trdlrlck
Auerbach Auerbachdry uerb11hdr uerbil uerbillr
lutes ta tate te onehulf Interest InlNlln In the
dry dr goods oIHI bushiest IUllle was had ha before beforeJudge l befrJudge tlN tlNJu
Judge Ju ge Hall 101 In Ills hi chamber chmlr todav todl It Itwill 1 1wil I Iwill
remembered that the Mia Ie vnn vnnndvertlwd WR WRalertlll Waultertiscd
will 110 m rCllmhtrd thlt
ndvertlwd wil and ann later took place pIaN on th thoecond the thexecond IhlIconcoC
alertlll xecond IconcoC of this anr month molth Mr r U I 0 0 I VI1 VI1on 1 1HOI U Uwit
than thanS
on bid soiiiHthlng over O 11000 aOO morn 10rethin
8olwlhln
HOI S II hit Auorlwch the Hiirlvlnf Iltlvlnr psil psilner IIrlnpr
Irhnch
1 however when whPn the theconfirmation thoconnnnalun tim timnflmnnattzm
The latter r
npr fhl lotoI
confirmation came on In Il the probate probatecourt proltecourl probmttourt
court connnnalun later nn n lRme rnlHfd ralH 11 hIs bid Illl to tCDOdO tCDOdOand GGOO GGOOIUI
and the Mile was regular Mr Ir Wilson WilsonInsisted WI Whlommislsted ol olIn
IUI n Olihe 00 lile wal rlliar
Insisted In that his hi bid be approved by bythe hYthe illhe
lelel Today II 0 Wilson 11 J JWallace JWatacc JVa1inre
the he court Wlln I
Wallace cout Isadora Toll Myers I I cr tlu tl t1 > latter laler two twoexecutors twooxecutorl tW tWxeCtitorN
executors Watacc ladoro of the tim OHtnti ant S H I Auer Auerluieh AUSItich uer uerhuch
oxecutorl and testi testified teatiled ¬
examined d
luieh were sworn oxntln nnt 1tlt
Hwurl value of the estate Istalel In liternint Interost Intlroll
led to the
fcII as al which the thematter tM11nlr tb tbnatter
terost tile th sale Hile etc Itl tn after rfr
tlroll submitted to his hI honor hlnor on onwiltton onwrllln 01 01rmitttn
matter WON nM
wiltton 11nlr brlofn SUI11ltl1 timid nnt ludeo 1ucle Hall Ual juO juOho took tooktho tuoktho
wrllln
tho ho case cale under ndvlstrnenl ndvlstrnenlBOTIllAfTlN nthIMImltBOTI ailvlsoment3OTIIPATSItI
BOTIllAfTlN BOTI 3OTIIPATSItI PATS I TROUBLE TROUBLETwo
Two wo ExConvicts ExConvIcs Engage In a fiilxu Mixup and ArcThrown Arc ArcThrown ArcThrown
Thrown In Jail JailIM Ji Jila Jailat
UlnrUril 1at ls t Italy Vllh Vllhu ithmIL lh lhn
IM la at OConnor Oonlor tlr < lllat Illir
u Kiille 1 llfc multi 1111 Ilotli 1011 Am rll Arrnlft Arrnlftby rrute l lbr
by Oillcer OillcerA OJIH llhlDr llhlDrA IIhiier IIhiierlIvely
In which two men menarc mennm menre
A lively mixup
arc re wounded Ivel with wih ttli a pocket poct knife nnd nndan nnllIn nmtilIt
nnrrrfwly wl escapes lining stab Btnbbed ftl ftlbed stabad
an In It olllcer oller nnrr elcnpcl
Owl Owlimloon Owlsuloon Oliloont
tho
bed ad In the breast occurred occurre In
imloon on Commercial street last night nightTho nlhl nlhlfho nightrite
rite man who hio did the cutting cutng l he Tat TatOConnor PatOConnor 1atConnor
who whoarc wholre vltore
exconvict tho men
OConnor nn In eXconlc
arc re cut are lre Pat Daly al also o an oxoon oxoonVlct oxcanIet oxeonlet
lre
Vlct let nnd Barney Inrnc Kxilne Jxtnl the genius geniusloel genIusCI
loel 1011 CI of nnt tho Owl fhe ollloer oleer who tookrmrt took tookpnrt lok lokIart
pnrt rmrt In tho ho mole molcl Is acting nctlla Sergt Sent Mil Milner Mi MiMr MuV
ner V OConnor OConnor coil Inll DulY are nrt lockod 10cl01 tillI up upIn UIIIn
jaIl the former on the theCharge thoChnrge thetargo
In I tho city ciy Jnl 01
Charge targo of n nl aMsattit gault Ult With wlh a I 1 tlendly te ly weapon weaponwhile weallonwhie weaponIthie
while whie Ithie the latter l 11 being boln held as n nwitness nwlncM aItness
witness Itness In tho caseOConnor case caseOConnor cnl
wlncM OConnor and Daly 1al hail h11 been bon r loaned r10111 r10111trom re1oafl1ot1i loanedfrom
from ot1i th the State Stala prison bijt b t a faw hourhere hours hourswhere hcmrIhero
where here they the hnvo been serving erIIS terms termsfor termstor termsr
for r burglary burHlnr It I appeared nllpt > rel to them that thattho tha thatho thatto
tho to only way to fittingly flln ly celebrate cle rto their tlielrfreedom thllrwed theireiotn
freedom wed eiotn om was wnl ns to get et Injuriously drunk drunkand 11runkRml lrmimtlciii
and iii with wih that Idea 11111 firmly Innly lined fxed In their theirmlmlH thllr thllrIlnll theirInds
mlmlH Inds they proceeded to celebrate celebratelly r lbrle lbrle1y
Ilnll lly the time they ambled Inhlpll Into theu the theOwl theOwl
Owl 1y u saloon lloon lmo they had taken tllfn about bnlt all allthey ni
they 153 could nlld possibly lnR lbh carry rarr nn The drinks drinkswi Irlnls IrlnlsWru
and row ensued en ns to towho towho toha
> ordered a
wi Wru or r < j orderel III I lel
who ha should pay for or the stuff tlft A A101CC few fewchoice reI reIchnlcl
choice chnlcl oplthcta 1IIItIII were wlre erL exchanged lxdln lt und anilConmior undOConnor unllOConuor
OConnor mmUi rnd a rush rllh for his compan companion COlllln COllllnlon conipatiU ¬
ion U nxtlne was wll tts standing ItBnlln near amid an In Interfered Intlrl inrfemed
Pxlne
terfered finally Innl host hustling hURtlnJ bing Oonnnr out outof nutor otitthe
of tlrl the Ihl plnre The belligerent htllerlnl excon exconnoon excnmtloll xconloon
noon loon loll returned retlrn however howlver nod 111 made mftlp an another In Inothor tinher ¬
other her ohnrRe e on n Duly Thla rhI time ho howas hownR hoitil
was itil armed dllr with a I a knife nnd Inll there was wasno wasno wasflammioy
no Harnoy allel In the way WiY vIi either lhlr Daly Dalysaw 1alyv Y Ylaw
saw law v tho nllo llnsh fash of steel stell nnd Anl tried Ulul to Jump Jumpout jUI jUIout Jmmmnpmt
out mt of the WI way The knife ripped his Illscoat hisclnt hisat
coat clnt at open and Inflicted Inlctel a slight sllhl wouttf wouttfIn WOUd WOUdIn woumilhis
In his side Rlle OConnors Oonlrs hand was wasraised Wa WaralRel1 wasIseil
raised Iseil to strike Ilrlkl another olthpr blow bioI wlien Kx Kxtine Extn 1xrio
but not before he ii had hadreceived hindcelvod
tine rio seized MI7011 him blt hftl hftlrccelHI
received tn a cut clt In the wrist wrill The he bad badman hRllmnl hailelm
man elm struggled strulglol I tre free tret from tror Rxtlne l xtne Rmtdre and andtore Rlll Rllltore
mnl
tore re around nroum the tll saloon 1loon like le mad madllrandlshltig mid midBrnnlllhllg madranilieltitig
llrandlshltig Brnnlllhllg his knife Imlrp he swore IIlf h hwould hwould he heould
would ould kIll nvervbody nVlrylOlh In the place plnlI arid nndIt
Il
It Is not unlikely ni kll that I ha t he would oult have haveIndulged hl haveilimigeil 10 10IIulllll
Indulged IIulllll In lv llttlo 1110 more mort cutting Ilttn cult bii had hadnot hii hii10t hiattIt
not 10t It Sorgt Mllner Miner put In nn tn npiwirnnce npiwirnnceat RPllrnre RPllrnreIt
at It that ptirtlculnr JdrllulRr moment momentNothing 10lnl mnonumttNoththiig
Nothing daunted olanll11 nt the Ihl sight Illht of n atO nblue nhlle
blue hlle tO coat OConnor innde a lunge lunll at atthe ntthe atC
the C ofllccr hut the litter I tr was too to quick quickand qltc qiickiii
and iii tho next thin OConnor knew Icnfwhn Icnfwhndlllnt hcnehe hcneheihnt hn hndidnt
nne didnt ihnt kno knl 1 anything Ho 1 awoke nol1 thin thinmornlnfr Ihll Ihllmornln thIsnrnIn
mornlnfr mornln to II Unl timid ml himself hlmsel In the drunk drunkhouse drunkhouseIt drunkiimseit
house houseIt iimseit a ploco where he I lm hal oft been beenbefore bernhetoo beenfore
before beforeDaly hetoo fore foretaiy
Daly nn falpeat nppcars to be ii very pr Indignant Indignantover Inlllnt Inlllntoer
InfnrniH that thatho thathI thatns
over Cr his arrest nrlL nnd Inll when
ho hI was wal hll ns bdltig l l held ns ni a I witness Wllp he de declared d dclaro detrod ¬
clared trod that he cut 111 himself hlmlEI nnd situ that In Inany 11 11m Intr
claro
any m tr event he h would wOlll not testlfv tOlUh agaInst malnstOTonnnr Rlnlnst RlnlnstOConnnr agaInstafloat
OTonnnr OConnnr afloat Hut he Is being h111 held just Juitthe JUltthe
the 0 tame
KKCIiAMATIoyOFAlUDhAXPS KKCIiAMATIoyOFAlUDhAXPSSenator IWJuINPINOF AHW liANI liANISeuintor IIANDS IIANDSfclutor
Senator Irowits llt IVtlllon o oov of ofjov ofGOY
fclutor JdvmH 111 11111
GOY ov VVolls iCI I Ig nnd nll Loirlslttttnv LoirlslttttnvISPKCIAL 11118111 11118111SPUCI iPiIBhtthlltSPlCl4L
ISPKCIAL SPUCI TO TOTUI Till NBWS NBWSWnshlnKton XRWSWRsblnlol NFSVatnhmItmaton
WnshlnKton WRsblnlol 1 D C C Feb 2emtntoi 2emtntoiIoortt 2S 2Sllllor 2SllllorI6ln nator natorKearns
Kearns I6ln this thii morning mail maie his tlrst pre preHeiitntH preIelilntln Presierttfltftl
HeiitntH Ielilntln > n to tho Senate notl by h offering ottrlnl tho thomanorial thomorll III IIIinamnorisil
manorial morll from rrol Governor Ooerlor Wellt WII hIs and the theniembtr thotenb tinfleinbers
niembtr of C the th I IAlllntlT LegIslator l8lnlure of Utah Utahaslflnir UtahflslImg
tenb aslflnir tho Rid IIt1 of Congrew ConN In the re reclamatlon rt rtItllAton mehmnation
ollcrg
clamatlon of the arid lands Ilnt In order orderthat onerUllt oriletthat
ItllAton that Ullt aettlerr 11tlei might mljht build buli homes lolt on the thepublic listpsbiir
public domain domainA lomll ilontaimiflhrhiop
A 111 C nt flhrhiop hop of Salt Sl Mke lb ke who st has hasbeen hl ha habcen
Ullop
been n In IfleW Kew cw York wn it the CaphtothIs Capitol Capitolthis Capiol Capiolthll
this roornlnt roornlntUTAH nornlnrDr1
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UTAH II PEOPIB LAND LANDA1 lANIIreceived
A1 t te wn m received reh nt PrMdant PrMdantSrxnvt lr IriibeniSams Iont IontSn
Srxnvt ofllce this raomlnf morlnl announces announcestli annOlllc Ot1100ubteet1irdvsh
tli Sn 1irdvsh drrtral at Queenatevra Quntewnla8llght QuentWa1asb last night eightlie It Ith f flie
tl lie h ateawthlp 11 bl Commonwealth ClmIMlWllth having havingon tvnt tvnton hlvIn hlvInon
on board Tamen Tllel Atlle IUe of Iccatello IccatelloHvruiH l PseatehislIyrUn4 catclG
HvruiH hoar Hull Salt aut take 11 Jaoob Juoh tL S lusttan lust Itastlaii Isttan
Sal
tan urruu 1 boa > nul A n Ultchy IAlch 1rovo lCo and andother Inl anCdilmer
other tler Utah p Deopip DeopipIioed opl oplArc plt pltHodS
Iioed HodS PlI PlIArc IIi IIiArc
Arc prepared from frm Na Naturcs 1 NatUies
turcs t rcs mil d < l laxatives laxativeswhile lltvcs anl anlwhie an I Iwhile
while whie pcntle gcntle are reliable reliableand relable relableand reliableand
and efficient efcent They TheyCure Theyfrlf1Se TheyP11fl2
frlf1Se P11fl2 tIls aLivr aLivrCure Liver LiverCue
Cure Cue Sick Headache Bil Biliousness DIiousncs B1iOUSflCS ¬
iousness iousncs Sour Stomach Stomachand Stomach Stornacland
and Constipation Soldverywl1Crc Sold Soldeverywhere Soldcverywherc
everywhere 350 sc per box bx bx1tn boxlsevt4bC1flsod
lsevt4bC1flsod 1tn b cI otlLueW LbLhss
SALE SALEOFThE SALEOFThE8EJ1J8I1I1E OF THE THEWas THESUNSHINE
SUNSHINE MINE MINEWos MI MIWas
Was Approved by b Judgo JJdgo MorseLast Morse MorseLast tloi tloiLast
Last Evening EveningA
I
A ftMAhh B lAIIJ PAYMENT lAY 1Nlt MADE MADEJIM MAliNow
Now JIM II I tu lio tliilliltilniiee rUIIIIIlce Is t tS tlttiil lo lobe 10lo
S be lo Ittld 1111 from frol trilll trillllth orl ofhl 1 Ii IiLhiiiiuz
11111 Lhiiiiuz Xolta XoltaWith oIta oItathe
With lth the tb BtiitrovHl AlllrVI of JudB JUII C CMorse W WMow WMarl
Marl Mow sitting AlIn In ohanibM onnlbt the Bale val autoLIme of oftho orlho
LIme Hunshlnt Junlhllt property Is II an lUcum lUcumpllihed acu acuillumed roi
illumed 1IIIIIel fart Th fl flip dtcltlon diellol was n reached reachedabout r roach roachibottit acblll acblllImnlt
about Imnlt 6 uciorit lclodt yesterday AftorriOonnhll nfernonnnnt nfernonnnntwhile nCerOf111 nCerOf111whUe
while hll there Ihnl has hal been considerable CnIrhlo 11k 11kerlng cIW cIWrbitg ill K Kerlng
erlng as a to the termn the hltbrchar1os purchase purchaseprle lrehaseprlol
prle r1os remains tlnlns the he mint The te proposi proposition propositon propo propololl ¬
loll ton Is II very voy favorable for to or the puscltrig purchas purchasing I IInr ¬
ing Inr rig slits hl and ant al III nho o for the Iht tiliuteholdary tiliuteholdaryproviding ehiatchoiilurovtdin llchohlol llchohlolIrvl
providing Irvl rovtdin lll tin th imes ti II w owners are ableeduce able to toreduoe turectue
educe rectue the ore profitably 11ltubl Under Unlur Underersflhi thu thuterm thlIIrnl
term IIrnl of the te contract colllcl each olh ohareholder ohareholderIs
Is I 5 to receive rcelo 1 per share hiI for ha h hold holdings holl lid lidage ¬
ings InI age A small payment of C000 GOO OOO In II Iiitithed re required rl rlIllred ¬
tithed Illred of the purchasing plrchulnl crowd crowl who whobind whoLln1 w whit
bind Lln1 hit themselves thellele to build buid n mill mi arid aridmake 11 nil nilnii1e
make Inll8 Improvements 1IIIIroVolonta from rota time lrl to time timewhich lme lmewhich tim timihlchi
which when completed will wil represent representa repre represecoot ont onta
a cost of J60000 f600 1OO0 As soon 100n as ts tho mill millIs mi ma mar
Is l r put In operation opeTUon th6 th new nW owners ownersme oWlwr oiiiome
me me to keep 51 M per cent of the net re recelptH 10 10cellti r reIIit
celptH cellti eIIit until untl the Improvements InpTvemonts arc IO paid paidfor lU1 lU1tur pa paor
for or the Ihl other utler DO rO l Per lIeI cent ut thu profits profitsbeing 11rc111 profi profiiIttg
being applied IJle on thin companys Ucfyt UcfytAs OeIHAs sic sicLa
As La soon 8001 UK 11 the new owner owncrt pay PIY thorn thornstelvoH themlelo thenelves
elves lelo for or the mill 1111 they the nre to turn turnover tltn tltnuor to toor
over or 76 per cent at the profltn prolll until untl ttm ttmwhole thowlolo ti ticlinic
whole wlolo piopcrty p1 ipirt Is l paid IJIt for forIn aI Or Orlit
In JI Hplto Illto uf past experience no dit ditI doubt doubtIs Illbt IllbtII
Is II I felt that Ihlt the propooltlon pruobilon will wil lul bq 19 btnylng n npaying
paying 11111 one ule Sir Ir Oergo leorgo eor o Moore who whoformerly whoformerly vI vIirmemly
formerly repiesonted ple90nlpll the Consolidated ConsolidatedKnnsas Confdttell ConfdttellIalsli Consolldattnrisfts
Knnsas Ialsli nrisfts City Clt Smelting Hmellnr Itaflnlng n OnllJ com company comPUIY cciilily ¬
pany PUIY lily IK I known to have 110 been cxperionmtlmtg experi experimenting exprl10nt1U ¬
menting 10nt1U for or many months on the re reduction reductol r ructhon ¬
duction ductol of the Sunshine SunMhlleOres ores and It1 his hisability hisablt Ii Iibhitty
ability ablt ns ni n chemist and metallurgist metallurgistIs Jlnlhlrll t tIs
Is I a strong guarantee that It Will wil bo bott beu I Iaticceims
tt u success suocelS The role eoll It I would woul1 semzt eemr el df dfpondo dt111nds ml mlumids
pondo umids on hUt IH being bolnJ a u success BICCCS for under underthe unde und undlie
the lie contract the payments 111lentl to tho thoshareholders thoIhRrehohrs U UIrnreltohhmrq
shareholders IhRrehohrs depend upon the th profi profimanic profits profitsmade IJfOIS IJfOISmnde
made Hence lelce It I In II reasonable reuAltll to con coneludo conclud cotludo
eludo that It the th new 111 owners should shouldslip Ihould Ihouldlp shiotil shiotillii
slip lp lii down which hardly hlrdly netinn leell likely likelytho Ikrl iIh1 iIh1io
tho io contract cOltTet would not 10t be binding blntlng and andthe 111 111the ii iime
the me property would wou revert to tho pre present pre preItt ¬
ent Itt ownent ownentDords OWIr OsimiertoCf4tthttNC
OWIrojl Cf4tthttNC ojl AI G TITrJI T1rr41teimis TITrJI1elll
Dords 1elll Olvou 1hol JnrlAworlh InrnSworlli mimi Hnydor Hnydorflir HIdorHI HIst1t HIst1tIlir
flir that tln t Iurpose IurposeFor 1Irl c
For 101 the purpose IIUfISO of clearing tItle tto tItleme to tothe toIhe
the me property of the Dilton Dllon Iark Oold OoldStiver Gal Go GolIves
Stiver lIves and l lal 14ad ad Mining MlnllJ company companyultelnirns olpnn n nOultclalm n
Oultclalm qultclall deed was tiled to fur Ir recor recoresterday record recordyesterday recoI1 recoI1elttrtny
yesterday afternoon nCornoon conveying from fromJeremiah rromJeomluh fromiornlmih
Jeremiah elttrtny Schenclc and wife to Phllo Ihlo IhloJlrliworth lhilhamntsworth T TKarnsworth
Karnsworth Jlrliworth and anl WIIRrd Mllard V 1 Snyder Sndlr tho thoCarbouato thuurbolllo hi hiarbomiato
Carbouato urbolllo nnd ull twentyfour IWelt rour mining miningclaims mlnlnl rnhmiln rnhmilnohmic
claims clRlns In West Wrlt Mountain = district dlstrlot An Another tr trher n nollwr
other her quItclaIm ulcaim deed wag n also Ilso record recordod riconl riconlI recordI
to Mr Farnsworth from fromA trotJIamtiumur
od I I conveying tHJylng r Fnrnsworll trol
A Hanaitur Hnlnuor B r W v Nash ot nl 21it 21 of oftho ottho
tho it mining mlllng claims mentioned Inelton l above aboveThe aboeThe abovilie
The lie consideration consllerllon In each ech case CISO l la 8tuteI stated statedto
to I bo b 1
BtrncU rlcl n I Illg Jl Ibnv iInwflesldents IbnvHesldent 111 111HMI1I
Hesldent HMI1I < ntl of Mt r Nebo NeIo arc nil al Rmllea Rmlleaover 1m ernlheer I 11
over er the strike strl of a largo subterranean subterraneanHow Ilhtorrn lell
How Dw of Water wiier In the thl canyon Clnon about nIo11 four fourmiles QUI QUImleH on oniiles
low
miles mleH southeast of Ooshen GoshIl says YI the theIayson IheIIYIOI thticyson
Iayson IIYIOI cyson Ololje lobc Header Tho water WalH was wasenrounteicd un untcltmfltelLlh nl nlIIHOlnleltl
enrounteicd IIHOlnleltl thirty feet elt In II a tunnel wnlel run runIn runIn ru ruI
In I the th side IiIe of tint th mountain 10Unlnll after Itlr dtlll dtlllIng 111 dililg
Ing g through thlollh several BrllnrhoH InchOH o or solid rock rockand rodoli rod rodid
and IIJ oli id will wi supply 1IIIply a xtrenm Ilrem HO 11 It I Iq II Hlilil Hlililhalf sah aiI aiIitt
half itt the size of the 1nyson Ily on creek at the thepresent thoprelent lb lbresent
present resent time Day und night nlHhlvhltln nlHhlvhltlnII ohlftfl ohlftflaro liltt lilttI
aro I being pushed on the t tunnel which whichwill whIchwi isliirlul
II will lul helnJ be continued a 1 dIetan distance dlflnlwe e of 100 100et 100etor 1cc 1ccmoore feet feetor
wi contnlel1 the thestream theatrell lit litTonsIl
or more 10re with wih the view of Inrrdnsing Incl lslnS
stream atrell TonsIl
MIXISdXOTHS MIXISdXOTHSFinal IWW l XOTHH XOTHHFlnnl NOlESFInch
Final payment Ilyment will wil be made lal1e on the theDixie thexle thi thiIxie
Dixie xle property tomorrow tomorrowManager tomorrowlanlHer tomorrowMatisger
Manager Thomas Weir of tho AJax AJaxwont Aax Aaxwont Ajaomit
wont omit out to that proposition IJrop05110n today todayA todn todnA
A twocent twoc nt assessment n ses ment has hR been le Iced levied laIed ¬
vied Ied by the Midland 1tInll Mining Unln company companyA compancontmel
A contract baa been lot for 50 feet of ofwork oCwork 0 0Drk
work Drk on the Oolconda Goleont1 of 1ark Vallijy VallijyProf Val Valiqylrif y yPror
Prof O A Palmer Is expected ete home homefrom hOlMfrol hornommt
from frol ommt Soduvllle 80dale New about Ibout 1I the first Irlt of ofthe utthe o
the 0 month monthVictor monthVictor monthVictor
Victor M I Clement the well el known knownexpert Inown Inownnperl knownpert
1 back from Mexico MexicoMnrch Moxictisrehi
expert pert U expected eXllel > blck Icxlc
Mnrch lueh isrehi 1st 1stManager 1stllnagor hatManager
Manager llnagor Duncan DunCI of tho Overland ex expecta exlets cxCU
lets CU t tl to Increase Inerrso the force oree at the mine minerljht mlnarl inlntimt
rljht rl ht 1W nwny nwnyM 1
M 1 W V Taylor and am others are tahkintstarting talking talkingof tnlklnut
of starting Ilartn work on the tlO Washaklc Washaklcproperty Washnkloprprly Washakitopert
property propertyItecelverMoon prprly prprlylrolrr opert opertttecolverMoon
ItecelverMoon foon of tho Daisy has been beenanthnrlMHl 1en 1enalthorl beenthnrlsed
anthnrlMHl althorl lrolrr by h the th court Crt to Issue J1600 J1600worth SI50 I5 I5rtis
worth rtis of preferred Iterrl certlflcatos certlon tos to t meet meetcertain leot leotCJtaln mneettatn
certain CJtaln tatn expenses expensesTh expenH expenHht espenseiso
Th iso ht Raymond IAmOn company COlpan Ct athintio f Tlnllc lnlc 1015rehinsed has haspurchased hii
purchased rehinsed the North End Rnt claim from fromleorg fromtfr frontorge
leorg orge Itomney IOmI9 et al al of this city el The Theprice TheIce he heprke
price tfr Ice paid Is said lt to have been be n J15000 J15000In 15OO 15OOrn 5O 5OIn
In his nnnunl nnnlni report Manager nlller I1 1 1PAmlworlh T TPnniaworth 1 1ruswortht
Pnniaworth of the Horn 1orn Oliver will willurge wi vIligo
urge 110 go the exploration explorton of some 016 virgin virginground virginamind Irglngrolnd
ground grolnd amind In the companys eomlals Flreco Ilr peetlsomis pos posseslsons 1 1Sslson
seslsons seslsonsSome Sslson SslsonSon tlsomis tlsomisomne
Some Son omne of the solid ohiI business bu lnl men rn of the thecity Iheet they
city y deplore the notions of some sme of the thebrokers thebrlerl theokers
brokers et brlerl okers Ilpllol who work worl the tIm cuib lU cut b m < after afternoons uter aftercmiii ¬
noons cmiii In order orter to senlp srull They Th say 1 itids It Ittends t tlendl
1011
tends lendl ids to keep kpel money mone out of stocks stocksHutte stocksllle stocksItitte
Hutte llle Miner lnlr At the Smokehouse Smokthoue lodeP lode lodethe lodethl
the thl P 400 40 O level hoe hn been Ilen reached cho a statio statiocut stltP stltPIUI stat Ipt Iptt
cut t and crosucutttng Is I Iniprogreista Iniprogreistaanl Inllrlre
IUI cr8cuth tq
anl Inl nnl the ti south 8uth The he gnmnd gfund griiundcontlaUes griiundcontlaUeshard continues continuesit ontl t1
it hard lON character and a good 1011 oot deal d dealtier I 9C 9Cnler > t tWater
I Water tier Is encountered IIHnCOUlleret but no 1 to ore ro of any anyVnluo IUY anyhue 1 1nllo
Vnluo nllo hue has been found In thu crosscut rOssc t sO BOfnr sOf SOlnl
fnr f I
Wm 11 H I < lillil hlli Mork Itrnkrr Itrnkrr4M lrkpr lrkprm Itroker1Q9
4M Dboly Doo UlockTilcphonp Dock flock Tltphon Thtphono C912 C912CIHOACU C9t C9tCIWrj 694Clhlt
CIHOACU CIWrj Clhlt MAUHICTS MAUHICTSChicago lllt1thCT4hieago I1Ui I1UiChlrao
Chicago Feb ncRtl1t CattleHec Cattbeflecipts Cattbefleciptsp flfls lpts t ttoo tStend
too p Steady Hood Go to prime steers tr tcers 4 490 490tGo 490 490Oe SO SOfOOO
fOOO tGo Oe poor pr tu ii medium meium 3501Oichers JSOtMSO JSOtMSOMooheri 15fUO 15fUOtkrr
tkrr Mooheri ichers and feeders ceerl 7i0480 745 cows CU CU5f4J cottaO4O
25 5f4J f410 heifers heler 2S094W iU canners canntrslSteZtfl ennnt cannersC2W
lSteZtfl UOUI C2W bulls 4O14O 40 4oUOi 40 calves cahe 400 400ftM to
ftM 40 Texas fed o steers ter 40ftfl4M 40ftfl4Mgratters 4C4W 4C4WIaer 44V0tuers
gratters tuers JIOfflW UOff bull 1lp 200fiJ50 200fiJ50HogKIIecelpts 2IS 235Obogsflecelpts
Iaer HogKIIecelpts l lpls today toda SSOXI t tomor tomorrow tomorrw
row rw l 6 086 0 left over 4150 t5 Steady Steadyton SteAdUJ
ton I 6 CO G G Mtxed lxt and butclnrs btehul 5301 6 6fvfo ISf
fvfo UJ r 5 rood to rhnlte hnkl heavy 6JOCSM 6JOCSMipugh G3I
ipugh tfUlh igh k heavy 5y UtfUi S S UghtuJi UghtuJibulk IghtII IS ISk
bulk k of Mle IH i4ftftS4K i4ftftS4KSheep S 54fltL45hcoplteccIpI Sf
Sheep tlelpHllpU hcoplteccIpI Receipt 60 000 8 Steady Steadyto SOI SOIto good goodelslcc
to choice blcl w weth teethers tlMr 40054 4O 40O4O0 U CO fair to tochoice toc10 tosic
choice sic mlxedJWtfllO mlxeJOlUQelern mntxedtJGOVI10Weatorn western sheep sheep49064W IhMp4Of40 sheep9fj10O
c10 49064W 4Of40 9fj10O Teros TUB sheep IM S ffJ6 na natlve naUe naC
tlve C lambs Jnbe 4WC5M fLi5i western weter lambsCITs lambs lambsKANSAS 13mbj
j KANSAS CITY CTY MVK 11J1 STOCK STOCKKaaaj STOCJ STOCICaaus
Kaaaj J IDS City Ciy Feb 224tlene 224tleneltl3 2cattleRets I2Cattlene I2Cattleneeoltitt
eoltitt ltl3 ts 3 3OvVi Native 4ti beef bt C steers Itee 14O 14OTesse 44 Uta 9 94w
4w 1 Tews TIS st steers ter erf 3Wf 3H1t 3 Sc140 fX T Texas TexasC xas xase X Xt
e > ui C lM 2Ga LG3M JX native Ilthe cows and Il1olt half halfcr Jiel2W4O
t
cr 21410 2W4O lfftW stoCkers toeketnndteen and feeders 375
Old Coughs CoighsFirst
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First you think it is a little littlecold ltte lttecold liti liticold
cold nothing but a little ltlc hacing hack hacking hacking >
ing cough then a little ltte lossweigh loss in inweight inweght
weight weght then a harder cough coughthen coughthen coug cougthen
then the fever and the night nightsweats nightsweats nig nigsweats
sweats Then consumption consumptionBetter consumpton consumptonBetter consumptionBetter
Better stop the disease discise early earlyBetter earlyDetter earl earlBetter
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AyersCherry Ayers AyersCherry
Cherry CherryPectoral CherryPectoral
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lifts lfts that pressure on the chest chesttaken chesttales diestalce3
taken that feeling of suf suffocation suffocaton su sulocation ¬
tales away ay feelng
location focaton j heals and makes makesstrong makesstrong niakistrong
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of O If sales tnles B 250585 62G 53G heavy B300542W B300542Wpackir 530Gmuclwr
packir uclwr 5250535 UG 635j mixed 435 light lightB Ilht Ilht515t530j lIg lIg1A530
B 515t530j 156530 yorkers 5108530 5IOiG30i pigs 4 UG UG5M 4W05 CO
0505 0505Sheep W05heepflcceIpts 5M 5MShepHocelptl
Sheep ShepHocelptl heepflcceIpts Hocelpts 1000 100 Steady 8tenl Mut Muttons Mt MtOne lut lutton
tons One 3750450 37G UO lambs 47lt5l5 47lt5l5OlIAhIt 4 U5i515 U5i515OIA 7505 15 15OMAHA
OMAHA OIA IA MVI hIVE IjlI STOCK STOCKOmaha Slotl SlDtICOmaha
Omaha Omlhu Nob Feb 22rnttlon6 22rnttlon6celpts 22Cltom 22Cltomcclpt 22Cattleflelpts
celpts 1400 140 Slow steady Native NutP beef beefsteers blC blCIteer b bteers
steers Iteer 300r630 300 G3j western WCllern steers 3 3jO 3jOfIOj TOW
510 fIOj 10 Texas steers 400ifr4fso 40080 cows and andhclfere nlt a acifere
hclfere 3000390 30030j canners clnner 200S285 200S285stockors 206285 206285stockout 2001321tockere
stockors and alll feeders 325 4 fC CO calves calvel
4000723 bulls hulR stage ln l etc 250415 250415Hogs 2l0j4lhhiogsltecelpts 50U5HogsHecelpt8
0t25 HogsHecelpt8 Hogs Receipts 8500 800 Shade 8hl11e lower lowerHeavy loerHeav low lowheavy
Heavy Heav 5300535 mixed tlxel mIxedgut C27 f27 0530 0530llffht 630 630IIflt
llffht IIflt gut 523CB30 2 630 pigs 1111 450BB10 UOf610 bulk bulkof ho hoI
of I sales 527 52744363O 52744363OSheepIleccIpte 57530 57530SheepHecclpts
52i1HiG30 52i1HiG30SheepHecelpls
SheepHecclpts 3300 Steady Steal Year Yearlings YearHngs Yeaings ¬
lings 435Ht4C5 35U5 wethers ft IIOOUO IIOOUOewel II001311ssea 0004 CO COewes
ewes 3400376 3 common and RII Block Blocksheep Rtoclesheel sito sitobeep
ewel sheep 3G5IT365 365t35 3651385Iarnbs f0t3 7 Iambs 4C00500 4C005001J08TOV 40 401J500ISTON 500 500HORTON
HORTON AVOOIj WOOI AUCTION AUCTIONBoston J UQfIN UQfINnOs 1JCTlO 1JCTlOIloston
Boston nOs ton Feb 21The 21 21fhe The Comamnerelluhletini Commercial CommercialBulletin CommercialDlltl
Bulletin will say a In tomorrows tOlorrows report reportof rope ropeI
of Dlltl I the wool wi market marl < t The rhl receipts receiptsooi of ofwool orwool
wool ooi In Honton 10110n since January let have havebeen hl ha haCCII
been CCII 1429t69S H9698 pounds 11111 Shipments Shlpmentl Shipmentsato to todato toIII
dato ato 33903C57 pounds Total stockan4 stock on onhand 01
III
hand In I 50500632 pounds pOlnls More ore specu speculators specIIIntorK spec specitors ¬
lators itors are throwing throwlnl wool overboarj overboarjThe uvrboarho
The ho banks In the West ore Ire weakening weakeningwool wetkcnlnl tseakentnoch
wool och having dropped drppe below their ad advances advances a aances ¬
vances Sales SRle arc freeihe free freeThe trll
The most notable nolnbll sale sat I this week was wasa in inlot
a Iho lot of 1000 100 bales of choice Occlong OcclongAustralian OeelongAUllrllan Geeiom Geeiomusralban
Australian AUllrllan usralban wools nt last In t week rates ratesor rtes rtesor rater
or r 07 cents celis Clean for 70 cents celtl quality qualityTho quul qitahitIto
Tho he wool mod was bought at ft the top of the thomarket themnrlH tI tInrket
market last year The net IOHS lOls lo Is S SI 50 r
000 00 I The h now nw American AlnorJan clip clp has hl opened openednt openpr opene openeL
nt L Phoenix Ariz Aiz on a basla Iosls of 101311I 1015o 1015oto 101M
to I the grower agnlnst ngnlnst1516 15 16 last year yearST yeurHT yearHP
ST IOUIS WOOI WOOISt WOOJ WOOJHt
St Iouls Feb 22 22Wool Wool dull dul and andweak nnllwenk ar aroak
weak oak territory terriory and western stern 16131Gt 16131Gtne U 16f161 lCi lCiline
line Ilnl ne 11015 116 coarfe cnr 11014 11014SAN lH lHSAN 1tl4td
SAN td P1I PRANClrfCO JIMi dOh4tiOlOOha A VvOOIi O MAHKI3T MAHKI3TSan f U lum lumSnn 1CETSan
San Frnnclsco Cal Feb 1 lh 21 21Quots 21QuotsOils 1UOtl 1UOtltOIS Quota Quotatlons
tlons Oils on wool are nr SurinNesamhit SurinNesamhit13o Spring RllrlngNevntll Nevada 11 1113c IIql3e
ql3e tOIS 13c eastern InMler Oregon 10H3o Valley ValleyOicgfin Vnlo Valhc Valhcngnmt
Oicgfin 0111101 ngnmt HJTIBe Fall IulMountaln Falioimntaln Mountain lamb lambSfflOc Illh Illhfl0c instilTioc
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boldt Iot tldt l and 111 Mendoclno Mendoclno11UTTI2R M MCmjilrimio10411c MCmjilrimio10411cllUllIflt ltlclno 1061r 1061rJUJTI
11UTTI2R JUJTI AM Nl MOOS l0CSNevr MOOSNew EGGSNe
New Ne York Feb 21 21DuterHecelptl 21rtutterlleeeIpi 21rtutterlleeeIpis Butter Receipts Receipts37R7
37R7 3i s packages IIICIle8 strong eln rests creanimer132tct creamery creamery16ii2ta crplne crplne16r1o
16ii2ta 16r1o June Jun creamery creI r 15 IG120u 114120c T20u factory factoryKgBS factor factorllc aclormmc
mmc mmcl llc llcEggiiRemeipts
KgBS l EggiiRemeipts gljner Recelpts lptl 9MS C packages II cllea easy easySouthern CUYiSouthlr 005 005uthlcrn
Southern Southlr at It mark MI 17c 17cChicago licChllago 1cChkago
Chicago Feb l eb 21On 21 2101 On the produce ix ixchange tXchJl e emiulge
change chJl miulge o today 101Iu the butter butor market rnrket was wasactive WMacte inn inntIte
active acte tIte creamery 14f22c 1H22e dairy dal lO 1011e 1011eche 10hltc 10hltcteese Ue Uecheese
cheese che teese active nct 10U 10t 10L1Jhtc ll4c 1 ci egg nctlvcab active activefresh nlhc nlhctrrll
fresh trrll cab 16c 16cLOGAN I6cLOCAN lGcLOGAN f
LOGAN BOY BOVIS IS KILLED KILLEDOldest
Oldest dest Son of Christian ChristJn Larsen Meets TragFate Tragic TragicFate Tragicrate
Fate FateSuit ratenI Fateill
Suit nI ill Lake Hii 1INllru hhIIIllelN liif College CoUp Defeats DefeatsIlo fefrnts efcnt efcntioaii
ioaii 0111 Ilo IOJ IIOa In II lolal I1aket lln Uit hail llnllScore Inl Inlorc haileoro
Score orc U H > In M MSPECIAL IISPECIAL 1 1SPECIAL
SPECIAL TO TIlE Jm NEWS NEWSLondon NEWSInton NLWSrondon
London Inton Feb 2Anton 2 Anton Larsen the thelodest the10lest thilest
lodest 10lest lest son IQn of Christian Christan Larsen Ilrsen a well wellknown melown el
known own resident of the Fifth FIlh ward In Inthis Inthis Im ImIs
this Is city cU was R killed klel at Wlnnemuca the theother theothor Ut Uttor
other tor day la In n 1 railroad rllrono wreck wreck Tho Thoyoung Th ThQunE Thung
young QunE ung man had been blcl gone for a year yearand yeaiI ea eand
and nd I was returning homo to visit hitrents his hisparents hisjnents
parents rents He le wns wMburle wasburleth burled at Wlnnemuca WlnnemucaSALT WlnnemucnSAIT WlminemucaSALT
SALT WAKE IAKE WINSrite WINS WINSThe WINSfhe
The event of the day a In II this city ciy was wasthe wasthe
the 1 basketball basket bul baIl game famc between the Salt SaltLako SuitJako Sailko
Lako ko Business s college colege and ant the D I V Vcollege Yloge
college clege loge In which the former triumphed triumphedby trlUnlll1d trlUnlll1db
by b a score of 21 1 to 14 H The game was wasplayed wasJlne isa
played Jlne 301 In the 1 le U Y gymnasium gymneluliind nnd was wasattended wat msa msaended
attended nUlnllel ended by about abut 400 o of the most mostprominent mostprominent mod modimninent
prominent imninent society Jlpt people polle of the City CityThe oU oUThl citytie
The Thl tie referee ntero was wnl Miss 1181 Emma lmll Kewlcy Kewlcytmplro KcwleytlnplreIdHIS iCewleymmtplreIUdges
tmplro tlnplreIdHIS mmtplreIUdges Ridges and Ross RossTime HosaTime ItossIrne
Time Irne keeper Ilcl1erDr Dr Gowans GowansScorer GowansScorerChristan GowanscorezCltristiamt
Scorer ScorerChristan corezCltristiamt Christian Krunz KrunzENGLAND I ImunzENOr4AND runz runzgNOJAND
ENGLAND gNOJAND RESIGNS RESIGNSPresident lE81XS lE81XSPrqsldent I1ESIONSnesidemit
President Charles England 1nI14Id of the theCity thocl th thcouncil
City cl council ouncl has resigned reelglllt his hi positionas position pslton psltona
as he Is preparing pYparllJ to leave soon for or a amission a111lon asalon
a mission 111lon salon His Is place will 1 be taken by b C CI Cif
I 1 W Fullmer FullmerTO lulhnerTI UiimflerTi
t J
TO TI Ti riirvrJiT lmn T run rt atoll iiini1Laxative 011 011LUUfO atollsuIte
Laxative suIte UroraoQulnlnc remote rZOfe the tlO cause causeft causeC causeI
ft C I Kidnapper 1hllRpper Suspect SI lleet Arrested ArrestedKaneas lrret1Ian irrest3slansas
Kaneas Ian ansas Rs City CI Mo Io Feb Flb 22 21flhtody 21flhtodyintend 2 Rhody RhodyRedmond nhol
Redmond Ierond intend an ni Omaha raloonkeeper raloonkeeperwhose nloonkeeperwho
whose who ore place In that cIty cl y Is said Inll to have havebeen haveben havea
been ben a frequented trpuented by James Jlmes Callahan Calnhan be before betore beS ¬
fore S the latter latcr was WIS arrested nrrCt 11 for or com cornIty complicity complet ¬
plicity plet Ity In the Cudahy kidnapping was wnsarrested WI9 WI9Artttd wasested
arrested Artttd ested here ltre today While Whie Intoxicat Intoxicated Intoxlcate IntoxicatIterimnitad ¬
ed e Redmond ledmond Is said to tt have ha1 talkedswhtuiy talked talkedknowingly tnlkedknwlAI
knowingly knwlAI swhtuiy of the kidnapping and to toh 10h1
h h1 ve 5 > bragged blled that he closed cocd his place placeImmediately placeInmedlalel placeaedlaleiy
Immediately Inmedlalel aedlaleiy after nfer Callahan Alahan was Wi ar artested arrerle oretl
rerle tested etl Redmond Hldmonl who ho was wa armedhns armedhnsIwcn armedhnsn ne ha haIWn
Iwcn IWn n In Kansas City CI for several lelerl days daysChief dnrehld daysef
Chief ef of Police Pole Hayes 1OIS subjected subjflel the theprisoner thpprlner thisinner
prisoner prlner inner to a sweating seatng anti then the had hada hlll hllln hitulilk
a talk ilk with wih Chief Chic Donahue l > nhue of Omahar Omaha Omahaover Omahaonr
over r the th long distance II tan telephone telephon Chief ChiefDonahue ChltrDonahul Chieftahue
Donahue Donahul tahue requested rlUlled that the prisoner prisonerbe prilolr prilolrhI prisonerleftsed
be hI if NleR leased e on his promise rmlle to report rport nt ntOmaha ntOmahn athmi
Omaha hmi tomorrow tomorw This Tis was wal done Ion and andRedmond andUldmon1 andmenu
Redmond Uldmon1 menu says sa he will wi go 0 to Omaha Ollhn Im Immediately 1mmlatel IrnIlately ¬
mediately mlatel Ilately Alex Alex Rlckctls Rlcketl of Argen Argentine Ate ArgenKansas ¬
tine tn Kansas a suburb of Kansas Kansls City Citywa Citywal CItyarrested
wa arrested Intlte with Ith Redmond Iedmond but norge no nocharge nochrle
charge chrle rge could be placed against againt him himJO hImI himSf
Sf SfD I
JO 0 CUIIE A t COLD COLI iLl IS > ONE DAY DAYtetoua I 11W1AiIUsetiininOQtrda5
h JuUnDoo 1AiIUsetiininOQtrda5 QlnD Tabp Tbn4s 1 All I tu tuIU Irs IrsrfDd
IU tetoua lt accj meo D r It I It I leSt I tAI tli la 1 eon t E rSs EUrotii 1
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GLORIFICATION GLORIFIATIN OF OFFIBSTjjiMEBICAji OFFIST OFFIRST
FIBSTjjiMEBICAji FIBSTjjiMEBICAjiContinued FIST FIRST AMERICAf AMERICAfContnlCI AMERIt AMERItContinued
Continued ContnlCI from page one onewould oncouhl oneincubi
would cover twenty acres and Inl andtieiiingtij yet yetWashington cl clWlohlnutot
Washington Wlohlnutot hud been II en dead doIl one hundred hundredjtars hunlf11 hunlf11ll8 bun bunare
jtars are ll8 What causus this great liiihe love Ilva for forho torhl
ho hl memory 11110r1 of fr Washington Wlshnltun In live Ivo IvoIhlnk livehunk I Ithink
think u 1 foreigner tDrelrntr properly expressed expressedIt eXprl8Sell eXprl8SellIl expre expreIi
be beICing tho thoKing thoJlnl
It when ho Ia said Worthy to l
King Jlnl of Kings Kngl yet et ho refused to U Uging bo boKing he1lnl
King 1lnl of AmiwriraSASIIINCITONS America AmericaWASHINGTONS A1lrlca A1lrlcaWABlNOTONS
WASHINGTONS WABlNOTONS MONUMENT MONUMENTThon MONU INT INTThon
Thon with nomer Iome Utah ltnh friendsvisited friends tl1elis we wevlslicd wevisied
visited visied the great monument erected Irecte1 erecterehIngton to toWashington t
Washington Wlhlngton of solid soll masonry DOO 50 500in feet feetIn cl clIn
In the air An Au elevator clolor took us lS up Ul upwe and andwe Int
we 10 walked down n winding wlndlnl stairs Itllrl stitlrswe im imwe Ut I Iwe
we proceeded vrocllled down wo noticed notced that thatlnido the theInside theInl
Inside Inl < o wall w41 was WI lined Jnd with wih stone stoneby sent sentby fent fentby
by tho different Ilerent Htatcst Itnt H every Slate SlateIn Stile StileIn S SIn
In tho Union with withsoino
Ulion him tent a stono wih wihsort i
soino sort appropriate words wort chlcsclcd chlcsclcdthereon chlpleIed chlpleIedthereon chlsmi chlsmithereon
thereon On one 01 utono tono wo lead Jcat leadState The ThoState TheUtnto
State of Plnlcney 1111no and Calhoun greets greetstho greetstho gr grthe
tho itrcat trent Washington Wn hlnRton another lothel stone stonefiourlioston at atfJntfljJOSton tonohOllIuston
fiourlioston hOllIuston said fal The Stale of Adams AdamsHancock Atll tI11 tI11hancock
Hancock Inncock and alI Webiter Wehser payfl IUYI him Isbntrio trll trlltitc tllJ tllJute
ute Not fur tsr nutty 11 was WUJ u stono from fromSalisbury tl0l1 tl0l1Knlhury I ISalisbury
Salisbury Knlhury New N w Hampshire JImv hlrl with withtho wih wihIha i ithe
the wordw Tho lh birth place Placeebater of ofWebster otellter
Webster ellter falls tnl In line Ilc andOmt and so soon 80on
on States Rtut cities cUCI counties counlll countIesmIiiagea nnd nndvillages III IIIlnges
villages lnges furnish turlsh thcso thtfo mementoes even evenOclulics even8oelll e emOciOtie
8oelll Oclulics 8 und Individuals jmllvlllalA have IIf cotttrlt cotttrlted contrlbuU contrlbuUed eonlrlbutel
ed el of course Couro the visitor Inspects each eachstono eachstono e estone
stono on his hl downward walk Wllt In Inrcat thu thugreat thogrelLt
great rcat monument lonument tmtll antl he reaches reachesitone the thestone thestono
stone from rom his native nlto State and d then thenhe thcnhe t ttie
he looses all 11 interest In the tht remain remainwork remaining remainingwork remRlnlngworle
work of art so IO too with wih us u from trm ttah ttahevery PtnheVer Vt Vtvery
every eVer stone for or onolhlrd the way down downwii do doI1i Oln OlnWISIU
wii WISIU I1i bu us UI examined xumlwll We eagerly l1erIY r rvery rend rendevery rcc
every Inscription Infrlpton Wo had arrived nrrlel at atolmit tho thopoint i ipoint
point olmit where the dates read 1808 18iS Not Notif ono onoof 011 011ot
of us spoke Ivolco a I word itort On we eagerly eagerlyfcnnned ea cage cagecanned rly rlycnnned
fcnnned time thl wall wal for that which myhlclieared wo wofeared 1
feared telrell main not there What was WIS itenreil it wo wofeared e etlred
feared tlred 7 That Utah tlh was not represent represented rl represe represenl > Jresent Jresentetl ¬
ed but stop top we hold 1111 our breath breathmere rclth for forhere Corhere
here mere on the opposite oppolo aide was Wi a I cream creamcolored crcm crcmcolored ore oreolcsred
colored rock roce Could It bo possible PslbJe possibleoche It Itlooks I
looks loolllke like iIk n I bee hlvo hlo Wo draw trnw closer closerTha coser coserfo clam clamrho
Tha fo learn spring to tho eye for or hero herercat In Ingreat Ingrent
great rcat letters IUC1 are the simple words wordsUlahft wordUahf mon monUtahs
Ulahft Uahf Tribute to the Falher of His HisCountry 18 18COlntr I Io1tntry
Country COlntr with lth the lice limo 1vo prominent prominentIn proniln pronilnis
In is the center How l w did It I get e there therp Per PerImps Ierhnps I Imaps
Imps maps Iraveled by ox learns across the ihoplhlns therJlllns1 I Itlhins
plhlns rJlllns1 Hut llt what care wo how It came cnmoti Ca CaI
ti I > bo there or who sent It Its enough enoughthai onourhthatllls cant canthat
thai thatllls It Is there and every son of Utah Utahwhon Utnhwhln UI UIrhie
whon rhie ho walks down the great monu monument I1onuInent moot mootntltt ¬
ment fcls that ltnh Is t part ofmba of the theUnion theUnion
Union and that ho 10 IF I is n happier man manbecause manbecqllso in inecOtise
because ecOtise ho Is part tlrl and parcel of the Ihemonument themonurnent I Imienmitiment
monument erected to the noblest nnd nndgreaUst nndJrllttfst a areattst
greaUst man on earth enrlhWASHINGTON eartllWSlIlNOTON earthWtSHINGVON
WASHINGTON TRIED TRIEDI
I need not tell you ou about The days daysthat daysthat eli elihat
that tried mens souls I need m mofer not notrefer nntrerer
refer to Wnshlnptons bare footed sol soldiers Bollell a atiers ¬
tiers at Valley Forge I need nee not notlow Kay Kayhow jayhow
how low In the hour cf need he prayed prayedlme to tothe tQtho
the lme heavens for encouragement und per pers per5ferenCiJ p peterenco
s vercnce Every school child has com commilled cOInmllted cc cciittetl
milled all that to memory During the thewar Ihewar i ior
war or of the Revolution Washingtons Washingtonssoldiers WIl8hln Vnshtlngtooidier t0I11I t0I11Ieoldlera
soldiers were always short of ammuni ammunition lemnmnu lemnmnuIon unmunltlon ¬
Ion while the enemy enem had an abun abundance nbundance abt abtOnce ¬
dance Once Kor that reason Washington Washingtonwas Vnshilngta5
was a5 forced to have hn vo short nnd quick quickIRlits 1IIIIcltnghtf1 qtil qtilgiita
IRlits ana shows why ha often oftenreated re retreated retrpaled ¬
treated treatedIt reatedIt
It must not bo forgotten that Wash Washington WashI Wam Wamtgtomi ¬
I ington had hl much opposition during dllrln his hisfirst hisnr I Iret
first nr ret t years enr In the Continental artelthor array arrayNeither Inn InnNplthor
Neither was abuse abu o absent During Jtmnimmgret the thefirst Ih IhOrAL
first ret years of the Will hw was charged chargedwith chargewith chargith
with ith Incompetoncy neglect and oven ovencruelty ecncruelt em emruelty
cruelty but In spite of all he uon uontho is isho on ontho
tho ho loyalty of his troops mid midthu 11 aIto lit litIhl
thu Ito confidence of r the Continental ContlnenialCongretn ContinentalCongrelll Contlneniongrees
Congretn ongrees Ills enemies were silenced silencedawhile silencedLlwhlllJ allemme allemmewhile
awhile but when It was discovered discoveredthat discovertat
that tat the troops fairly fair Idolized the great greatgeneral grentgtn gre greenerul
general gtn rnl and the close of the war wa r was wasnear wasneRr iv ivear
near ear nt hand Then the several ene enemies ene111le8 en enties ¬
mies ties of Washington reopened their Ihelrmud theirmut this thistoil
mud toil batteries with renewed vigor vigorThey mig mighey Igot IgotThoy
They hey charged that tilL he proposed lrOPOSeiirown to tocrown loerown
crown himself king that he had laid laidhis Inl Inlhili In InIs
his Is plans for a military dictatorshinel dictatorship dictatorshipnnd
nnd nel that the soldiers under un er their ofll ofllcer 011Ieer ci ciit
cer it who It was alleged were promised promisedroyal lCOll1lgelroyal
royal titles I Itl rll Mould stand by h him and andIlls nlldhis am amIs
Ills Is enemies cried aloud for the people peopleto leoplto Pe01 Pe01I
to I free themselves from this secom secomsiorge second secondGeorge secollllOrorlCe
George siorge 111 And In the needs of ofiii all allthis nilthlll
this iii Washington WQshln ton resigned the office officennmnnderIncltief of ofcornmanderlnchlef ofrornmnnl1erlnehlr
cornmanderlnchlef of the Ante American AnwrIran Anteam ¬
Iran am nrmlus surrendered his commis commission romlnlRsloll comsallfl ¬
sion lfl to Congress iingress Itself IlfI lt and nll bade them themfarewell IImmflllewEJI thin thinrewehl
farewell retIrIng to his home nt Mt MtVernon It ItVfrl10n i iermion
Vernon ermion leaving hl his < i enemies ana tra traducers 111ucers inicers
ducers ucers dumbfounded timid 1111 defeatedELECTED defeated defeatedELECTED etente etenteELECTlm
ELECTED PRESIDENT PRESIDENTThe
The crowned heads of Europe I urope flood floodappalled FtoodoPllalle stoc stociitiilled
appalled al this man who surrendered surrenderedhis mumrrendermS
his S power with mv1t a kingdom In his grastii grasp graspnnd graspnll
nnd nll tii assumed the lie occupation of a plain plainfarmur plnlnfurlll luau luauruler
farmur furlll ruler again Can you OU wonder nt his hisunanimous It Ititriilnmoti llsIInlllllmOllll
unanimous election to the presidency presidencyundor 1CPsldencuntllr liresidemtctiler
undor tiler such circumstances It may mR be betrue hotrue 1 1ue
true ue that he wns Wfl not a great man when whenfie whttook
fie took charge of the Continental Continentalarmy Contl Comitinentimy nlnl nlnlIInny
army my at Cambridge Massachusetts Massachusettsbui
bui bUIlt It It t Is a fact tn that he h was It vlctoiVjs vlctoiVjsenneral ICtol victomm1emai cjK cjKIl1n
enneral Il1n m1emai ern I at the close of the war and andion nntlon an aniiOfl
ion he retired to Mt It Vernon he wns wnsIhe wusthe it itC
the C greatest great sl living man of his age ageVou Ag AgIll
Vou Ill know the story stor of Princeton Princetonorloton of ofMorMton oflorI8ton
MorMton of Trenton of Germantown Germantownof OermtmantowChads
of o Chads Cha s Ford ord and of Yorktown His History Illsto I1I I1Iry ¬
tory to ry will continue to tell of tho nine masterly mnsterl ninerl ¬
terly terl rl manner In which ho handled his hisIroops histroops hI hIOlid
troops Olid In the face of overwhelming overwhelmingodds overwlmeirninds
odds ds You will repeat to your our chil children children chilen ¬
dren en and grandchildren grnndcl1ll ren the story of ofWashington orWushlngton o oashlngton
Washington and of the days that tried triedmens trlldmens irissns
mens sns souls and dont picture Wash WashIngtonsearly WnlhInHton8 VasbmtonnearIy
Ingtonsearly InHton8 cnr life as that of an nn nngcli nngel onI
gel I dont place him so Cur above hu humanity humanl hiusalty ¬
manity manl salty thnt your Ollr children will sigh nnd nndsay alltlsny anti antiV
say V to themselves Washington wns wnsso watar ns nsso
so tar above mo thai I will never bo bogood b b3tl
good 3tl enough to have touched the hem hemof hemot henhis
of his garments garmentsDont gnrmentllDont glirmitentsont
Dont ont do that but tell them George GeorgeWashington GeorlteWashlnton Georgiishlngton
Washington was a boy bo Just like most mostboys moslbos mos mosls
boys ls thnt lIe had hn to fight his way to tothe tothe tm
the 1 top as every boy must intms do o tell the thetrulh thetruth hi hih
truth h about Washington nnd lt t every everyboy eeryboy ever
boy 1 understand un rltan1 that Washingtons Washingtonssuccess
success icess was not because he was born borngreat bornrent bornat
great rent at but because he 10 achieved great greatness greltnep ¬
ness nessThe Id
nepThe The Idito ito exercises exercl eA were brought to n close closeby closeh cbsthe
by h the audience rising rlsln and sIngIn9tuerica singing singingAmerica Idnglngmerlcn
America AmericaThe merlcnTim tuericalie
The lie members of the University class classof
of 1901 under whose auspices au plccs the exer eeris exercises exerrIFS ¬
cises is were rre held hl nre J T F Hoffman Hoffmanpresident Hortmanpresldenti HoffmansIdent
president sIdent Ellis 11 Shlpp vice Ice presl president presldenl preslit ¬
dent it R II Jncobsen JaeoJ en secretary nnd nndtreasurer nntltrensurer ant antasuror
treasurer asuror Mary Mnr Clark E R Morgan MorganK
K A Taylor H W V Sheely Thomas ThomasGlenn ThomaOlenn Thonuitnn
Glenn nn L T J Barker RarkcrThe BarkerTho hlarkerho
The ho benediction was pronounced by byPresident bylrlsldent b bldent
President ldent Joseph F FSrnith FSrnithI Smith SmithriVK 8mlthPII
riVK I m 3II3N N IC KILLED lIihjEI OUTRIGHT OUTRIGHTTrclght QUTlUGIITPrcl lIT lITlgbmt
Trclght Prcl lgbmt ht Train Itiinfl ltmtnsinsto Into Crowd OroWllon OroWllonTheir on onTheir onTheIr
Their Way to Work WorkSharon WorkSharon Workbaron
Sharon Pa Feb 22 22An An Erie nnd nndPItlsburg nnd1Ittsburg andtshurg
PItlsburg tshurg freIght train ran into a crowd crowdof creisdnon
of men on their way to work ork this morn mornIng momlo mornFiVL
Ing lo Five Fh men were killed outright be beIng beInl becut
Ing cut eu t to piece pieceThe pleceThe pieceshe
The he names of the dead men ore oreXlncarro lreZlncnrro areincarro
Xlncarro Rocca Uocaulseppo RoccaGulsepps RoccaGul5epp
Gulsepps Parrago ParragoCosaglralo PnrragoCos Parragoosaglrabo
Cosaglralo Cos lralo Succa SuccaXlncarro Succa7lncarro SuccaInearro
Xlncarro Zappl ZapplPasquala Za Zappiasquala 1pl 1pllnsqulIll1
Pasquala Znppl ZnpplThe ZnpplThe Zappie
The e men were w re crossing the Pennylva PennsyhvaraIlroad Pennylvanla I Inb
nla railroad rnllroarllrldge bridge and had reached the themiddle thedie I Imlrldle
middle die of t the structure when the Erie Eriennd ErIeFittshur
nnd rittsburi freight train bore down on onthem onthem onTI I
them TI nt full speed Before tOIl they thl could couldmake omildCo lIld lIldmnke
make Co an effort to save their lives the thetrain thetrllin thea
train a etrurk them grinding all five be beneath beneath beLb ¬
neath Lb the wheels wheelsCUI1AN wheelsCUl1S wheelsCUILt
CUI1AN COVSTITUTIOV COVSTITUTIOVWashington COoSTITUTIOSWnllhlnlton CdwrtFjTIoshbngton
Washington AllthorllleldTI AImthiomitiegjtrlsieclGoot1 Authorities Advised ell Gen GenWood GcnWood
Wood oot1 Has Received HecelTcllltHI8nn It ItHavana Ittvania
Havana tvania Feb 22 2200 Gov ov Gen Wood Woodhas Woodhns WoodInformed
has Informed the authorities at Wash Washington WnshIn ¬
ington In lon on that the Cuban constitution was wasofllclAlIy wallomclllllr waslatly
ofllclAlIy latly presented 1rlP nled to him this morning morningAnd mornIngthat
And that he Awaited Instructions wheth whether mnhethforwarmj hlh hlher ¬
er to fonvard the document immediately immediatelyor
or hold U until the relations between
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Cuba and tho United States are
C ed upon uponTho uponThis slJcclRI commlltco on relatomJ rolationhtoldhmtg ttona ttonaholding Is Isholding
This Tamil Tami Tamiyo
holding a meeting today Senor Jama Jamayo
of tho comm committee ttce v will willRuhmlt I Isnmlt m mHubmlt
yo Hubmlt 0 chairman to the commltUo o Gen Gc U Wooos Wooosletter VOO VOOletter ood oodloiter
the relations Senor Senorlumnyo Set SetTamnyn ° c cTumnyo
to
letter referring
present ent tho tholetter tholotlel I Ibottom
Tumnyo hits ulso decided to pre
executive session of tne tneconvention thoronventlon I Iconvention
letter nt on
convention conventionTO ronventlonTO conventionTo
TO REFUND RERlILLEGAL REFUNDIllEGAL njLJ njLJ1L1EAL
ILLEGAL TAXES TAXESSPECIAL T TAXESPECIAL AXESSPECIAl
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS NEWSWashington NEWSWashington NEWSJ NEWSJWttshtlmigton
Washington D C Feb 22Tho 22ThoHouse 22Tho110llso 22I 22Ihouse
House this morning on motion of Rep Representative Iteprcsntl1t1ve It Itresentatite ¬
resentative King passed the bill billprovIde to toprovide toplolde
refunding of custom custommoney cllstomloney cuoti cuotimioney
provide for tho
money Illegally assessed IIAsesse by the com commissioner commbsloncr cc ccmulsaloner ¬
missioner of Internal revenue and col collected collected c cbected ¬
lected by b the collector of lnteiT lnteiTrevenue Internal Internalrevenue IntelnulIcvonue
revenue for the district of Utah ISis 1S7Sund ISisand II IIand
centum cemitumlinotes on onnotes onnotes
of 10
and 1573 as a tux per
circulation nnd paid out outHiich outMuch ci ciititelt
notes used lse for or
Much tax having been held lllegaly Illegalylie by bythe h hthe
the lie Supreme court of tho lie Unltod States Stateslo Stat Statto
to the following hlrtn5jinieticami firms firmsAmerican IIrll1l1Amcllcnll
American Fork Cooperative Inc Mer Mercantile Me Memouths er ercuntlle ¬
mouths Institution HOI 301 Alpine Coop Cooperutlvo Cuoperut1C Coo Cooerutive
erutlvo Mercantile Instllutlon f27 2i Ills IllsCottonwood liecottonwom Ii IiCottonwood
Mercanllle In Instltutlon Institution I Istittition
Cottonwood Cooperative
stltutlon 1128 126 Doers and nl1l Drlsgs Drl iI SIC SICthere 152 152lleera 152leers
leers 11teolo Lafevete523 i25 25 James Chlpman
Store Co Ci
Cooperative
217 21 Canaan
557 35 Alfred Dunkley 1 lInl le < m 79 Tl Kphrn KphrnIm EphrImo
Im United Order Mercantile In Instltullon Institution I Istbtution
stltullon 180 180 Flllmore Coop Insllluic
96 Fur Traders Union U5 15 Fountain FounlalnOrccn FountainGreen Founta FountaGreen
Green Coop Met II r Inst 93 9 Fulrvlew FulrvlewCoop FnlnlewCooP FmiirticCoop
Coop MeT tcr Inst SIGI 161 Freshwater JretlhwntcrSon ft ftSon
Son M Sfj H W Fox I ox Co 72 72 Goahen GoahenCoop OoshenCoop GoshoCoop
Coop Mer Insl 100 flrnnlsvlllo Co Coop Ci Ciop ¬
op Xter rer Inst 101 Goodwin liros llrosI llromt0
180 I O Cilunwood < Coop Mer Ior Inst 45j UijGunnison 45jOunnlson 1 1lumwison
Ounnlson Coop Mer Ier lust Wj JU Huber HuberCUy lIeberllY hlubi hlubiIty
CUy llY cooperative Mercantile Instl Instltiillon InslItullon InstttitIoii
tiillon tC3 63 Hancock Son 12 12Moroni 13i 13iMoroni 12Moroni
Moroni Coop Mercantile Institution Instltutlun1ta
siri 154 Mount 1lensaiU Coop Mercantile MercantileInstitution McrruntllInstllutlon MercttntliinstitutIon
Institution nSO 1SO Midway Ihlwn Coop Mcr Mcrcantlle Mecantlie Ier Ierantlle
cantlle Institution 3 Mill Creek Coop CoopMercantile CooJIercnntlle Coc CocMercantile >
Mercantile Institution 3C 36j Mantl C Co Coop CoOJ ¬
op Mercantile Instltullon 18 < 18 Newton NewtonCoop NowtonoO1 Newtocop
Coop cop Mercantile lercantllplnHtltutlon Institution 3i 3 Ncphl NcphlCoop Nephloop Nepl0op
Coop oop Institution USO 350 N P 1 Nellson
10 S J J Nellson 55 9 Peoples Coop CoopMercantile COOIIercanillo 2oo 2ooMercantile
Mercantile Institution 324 Pleasant PleasantGrove IIasantGrovo PicastirUrone
Grove Coop Mercantile Institution Instllutlon153j InstlttmtlorlS3
153j 155 Provo Coop Mercantile Instllu Instllutlon InltltUtlon Instltutlon ¬
tlon ISO Provo West est Branch CcDp Co Coop Coop ¬
op Mercantile Institution 90 Pay Payson Iaypon layon
son on Mercantile Instltulon 16 16la siciayeon 1C3 1C3Payson
Payson la son Branch Mercantile association
122 122 Quinn Larsen and company 18 18Richmond 18Hlch010nll 11lilcitatonil
Richmond Coop Mercantile Institu Instllutlon Institution Institulion ¬
lion JCO St George Ladles Coop CoopMercantile CoopMerclLntllo CooMercantile
Mercantile Institution 27 St George GeorgeCoop GcorlCCoop Georgoop
Coop oop Mercantile Institution 5270 52704outh 270 270South 270Soulh
South Cottonwood Coop Mercantile MercantileInstltullon MorcaiitiiInstitutlomm crrRl1t11oInstitution
Institution 536 30 Smltliflcld Coop Merantilo Mer Mercantile Iercantllo ¬
cantile Inslllutlon 525 23 5 Spanish Fork ForkCoop l Foiloo ork orkCoop
Coop oo Mercantile MercaimtiIoInstltutlon5360 Institution 360 Salem SalemCoop SalemCoop Sabemiaoi
Coop aoi mercantile Institution 4 4 Santote San Sanpetc Sanpete
pete Coop Mercantile Institution I 144 144United 144nited ff fftnllcll
United Oilier Uulldlng Manufacturing Manufacturingcompany 1lnnllrlCturlncompany Manufactuninlonipany
company 5500 500 Wlldsor Cattle Stock StockGrowing StockGrowing Stocirowlmtg
Growing company S3 3SO Oj Wellsvlllo Co Coop Coop Coip ¬
op ip Mer Ier lust 213 213 Wlllird Coop CoopMercantile Coopercnntlll Coopicrecintlie
Mercantile Institution tOi 40 Geo A AWaterman AWnlermnn AVtnternumfl
Waterman US 3 7lons Coop Rio Virgin VirginManufacturing YlrInnnutactllrll1l Virginlanuacturittg
Manufacturing company 325The 325 325The 325rhe
The bill now goes to President for his hisapproval hIsnI10roa Imimrorovai
approval The Senate committee on onpublic onpublic ortUmble
public tUmble buildings and grounds have re reported reportell recited ¬
ported amendment to sundry sun rr civil bill billfor billor bibor
for or the appropriation for or the Salt Lakeublic Lake Lakepublic JAilpulJlle
public ublic building buildingTRIPLE bulll1lngI
f S SFtOPLE
I TRIPLE WHO ARE AIl PASSING PASSINGAlbert I IAlbert
Albert Brown of Centervllle Davis Daviscounty Davisrount Davisaunt
county aunt Is nt the White House Davis Daviscounty Pa18county Danteounty
county Is a great country for or tomato tomatoraising tomatoralsln tonmataitishng
raising and canning said he and our ourgrowers ourgrowers ou ourowers
growers rowers have their plants atartcd nnd nndready nndrenl1y andnaily
ready to set out a few weeks hence henceThe henceTh hencehe
The Th he yield Ielll Hits year ought to bo very veryheavy veryenvy eryhenY
heavy envy ns 1000 plants each bearing a abushel abushel aushel
bushel If properly cared tfor can be beplanted beplantell bebated
planted bated to the acre The yield Ield Is about aboutthirty nhoutthlrt aboutlrt
thirty lrt tons to the acre Our growers growershave growershne gromtersave
have ave had some misunderstanding overmacrice over overcanneries overcanneries
canneries but It Is hoped soon to satis satisfactorlly saU8aetortly satisictorliy
factorlly arrange matters mattersGeorge mntteT1lGeorge mattersGeorge
George A Snow of the th Consolidated ConsolidatedImplement ConsolltlatdImplement Consolidatednplemcnt
Implement company hag gone to San SanFrancltco SanFrancl8co Sanrancisco
Francltco on a business trip tripChief tripChid tripChief
Chief Justice Miner left Yesterday for forHot for110t forat
Hot at Springs Ark for a 5tay tny ta of several severalweeks sevcrnlw severaleeke
weeks w kl lIe has been suffering with withrheumatism withteumnthm llh llhrheumntlsrn
rheumatism for some time and hopes hopesto hiopebe
to be much benefited by b the visit visitv lslt lsltW IsltW
W v R Klvelt of Colorado Springs isguest Is Isa Isa
a guest at the Kenyan Mr Klvctt Is IsIn 18In Isthe
In the lumber bulsncts s and belongs to tothe tothe toe
the e firm of Klvctt and company He I II It Iten Isen
en I route for Idaho on a butanes trip tripand tripnnd tripid
and id says the lumber lumb r men of Idaho have havenow hBvenow have1W
now 1W organized nn associatIon ftsocla tlon for the themutual themutual tImeutual
mutual utual protection of each other and lr lrorder Jrorder indor
order dor to maintain trade against tho thocurb thocurb therb
curb rb dealers Ile ltrs nnd others Mr Ir Klvctt Klvcttwys KivettMYI Klvettys
wys ys that the th dealers of Colorado have havesuch hlleuch havecli
such cli an organization And that trade Is IsOne Isfine
One 10 In that State He believes that thaillicfe thatIhcp that0I0
llicfe 0I0 protective societies cletle do much to tomaintain tomllintoin toilmitaln
maintain trade nnd help the business businessPeter bu businesseter lne s sleter
Peter eter Martin of Park City Clt nnd D EIlliama E EWilliams 1 1Williams
Williams of Ogden are guests at the theWhite theWhite thehite
White hite House HouseD
D 0 Rldeout nnd wife lCe of Draper Dr DrA DrA
A 0 Robertson and wife of Sandy ana anaE 4ME anoA
E A Grover of Sprlnvllle are gueithe gueyj gueyjat gue guent
at the Cullen CullenA
A L E Fox of Topeka Kansas Is I nt atI ntthe ntthe
the I Knuiiford en route for Idaho
IDAHO FORESTUuls FOREST R RLouts
Louts Smith of Idaho Idahoportint Counly Couityportnt P resr resrporhnl
portint Memorial to Legillab Legiui Legiuilraa e elrllN
lrllN Im llinl tlm III III hitter Itlerltoounjp ItlerltoounjpIllvcr tier iio t Dol alid am
Pikti 1 I IItlrer hi hilUll
Illvcr llcnoMutluiu tie beimmmt Vitiitj Vitiitjnnd lUll
nnd Upcticil to KcttUri KcttUriSPECIAL CIII emtiensISPECIAL trl trlSlPCIAI
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS NEWSHolse NEWSDo EWi EWiBoise
Boise Do IRe Feb WLouls 2 lUIs Smith I Icuunl 1County LJ LJcounty
county today presented prcs ntell the Ib t v < I
Important memorial memorialWhereas memorialVhiereas
Whereas WherasAt At the time of th Ihelon the theslomi ifej ifejnlon 1uthl
nlon of Idaho as one of the thethe II II Silt It ItIluJlle ig
the Union there were er large largepublic
aj ajpublic ar arStntes
public lands belonging It to rgh
the theStales th thStates r 1 1Im
Stales open to settlement IIPtllem nl nlI cc ccnnd CtU o UPILi UPILianti 1t I
anti I 111 d purchase purc I Inse within th t > r rIdaho r1I1nho r1dnho
Idaho this cimnlllui CdllslHltCUIII CdllslHltCUIIIulua 0illdiittjiSaiunble en > iit iitValuable b
Valuable ulua lu assets upon vhl Ihllb IhllbdeJIJllIled h the ub ubdepomubed p j 1 1perllY
depended for
future u trj trjperlty r I IIemtty f > I Iharea
perlty and andWhereas tutu tutuiIteteas
Whereas harea At 1 th
tlm th thUs tbinns K Kwas
was Us admitted ndmlttellntu itil Inti theTn he Pn Pnami n nan t > I Ian
an Implied contrail cis exlsiIIg j jI > jg i itho It Ilimo
limo t I 10 people of th Stt1 HI it I I IU Ia idatito a c
the U 10 general giiMminint > nt t 11 tsources it itsources IhRources
sources und il5Tct nmu n lI vt the Pa a alii i iIn IIn
In no wise be L
dimmishi d
or r ui uito tnto ento
to the detrlmenl of the Ih
gr glwth glwthIJro mh illiJrOSpOmit i iprosperity
prosperity IJro pel1ty of o thli statt St t u tjI11 dil diljieople h lhI h hpeople
people 1 oPle should lu h4 > the full fc Ht I Ie i tevery ievery
every e cry natural wuive re uP ulthv with mt > hu hutuie h tl tltUl m mtume
tuie had endowed lime Tirrltirr Trjjt JD auWhereas JDWhereas ani aniherens
Whereas herens In viulutlm IIJI < lIon of th lbof ipirj ipirjof Irlrlat
of tho said compact o ot Stathol u aeffort ueffort Urtort
effort has been made to o vrllhdMw filM tam frcjettlement 1 1etllementl tamott1enment M Mery
ettlement occupation and furchasei furchaseivery IUU m mery
ery large ami Ir a of the Ih pubin PUbJIunllr ua uaaforesaid ia iaaforesaid
aforesaid under the premi f wail r 41f 41fores
forest ores reset pllelWI vei for the purpou purp s cf 1 1tectlmig ft fttcctlng Irtlctll1
tcctlng the arid rcghr r gJlir of He I t Stall Stallagainst Sl Slagulnst SlsUagaInst
against the st arejty of witerijpprij eftVaftrnpprybmeans witerijpprijmeans water JPPf bJ bJmenns
means of vithhoHigg the th miff ttuitLnfrom inrtfrom q qtrum
from the mountains at tie tb Hil h ad f thi thistreams r meRtretmmtts 1 1RreIUlI11
streams whbh supply lif < It > t nigH m br iWf iWfwuter fappllImter suppfmater
mater for purpose of ltrlgitt3 IGICJ MJlb MJlbIn aJI aJIiii W WIn
In said mid < rid biit lI ii sal arJWhereas aoJWhrlls salhorens
Whereas In tti elrrlDg 0 rfttj Ito th KI 1 1 Ilt Iltost IDet it itost
ost reserves kci be mtiustel vlth vlththis 101this itbthis
this duty llIt > have In no r Insure 1rrll 1rrllQ triU triUa tcatLlOrcet
a forest uscrv upon up n IIny ny imam imamwhich srtamhleh 10110htteh
which hleh supplies vuU t to tail arid re neiomie
8 Ions for any un pnt IJUlpvSI s but on list rn rntiary r rnIrary in intrary
tiary have selected d 1 irs 1lrIUrflollan1 1lrIUrflollan1Imon arfaot riaoll4al riaoll4alknown lint lintcmtown
known as the Hitter lfc itt it t irest < tcit re reserve reserve oterve ¬
serve upon the headtrtri he wIIrl t the lh Si1 Si1mon S Smonllnd Snlion
mon monllnd and Cleanvator r rlvm w u p put1 put1whtch 1rt ni niwhich f fwhich
which said rivers flow lIo to wr ItI im importion utdportion LIIIiortiofl
portion of the th State lit t IUo jr c or w wportion IIYportion n nortion
portion of said State fWlniRttat rflulrlrJ Ibat tl tlwnter ILwnter tLtitter
wnter supply should be esp esptl1Uy esptialtYcried Ully pr prserved p psernd
served or Increased Increns d and tame alia aliaaled alnnted 5113tted
aled the Priest rlw forest rtstne in inn InCI
State whlre thtrelia thtreliasuperabundance there It a asuperabundanco atuperabundanee
n 1 section of tho th nj
superabundance of rainfall mlnrollond mlnrollondWhereas aw awWhereas aidWhereas
Whereas the CroatIa cr altn of the Mid Midest tor toresl ftst
existing law lawrules an anrules anl anluies
est st reserves undcr
rules nnd regulations o of the Ih totert totertdepartment Interorlleparlll1ent Imiteriotlepartirtent
resulted In prtlrtly IX IXcludlnfC cxludinig
department has jntlrtlr jntlrtlreluding
eluding seltli aeltluJ1cnt merit cc ccvupaflOfl upatlon or 0 F ion purchasc ionlia r rchase
therein to luch an ftiitent II IItent CIeat
chase lia o of o lands
Unitlcn d ciimjse r nto ntoprise n nPIllIe
n
tent as to caure
J Jregion i iegIemi
within lAi lAirlKh1l1
Industry and growlh
prise ot It ItStnte ttitate
the permanent permanentSlate Injury
region to
Slate and a hindrance hln nnce to Us fN1th UOIthliii 5 5Whereas fN1thnllll
nllll liii
nllllWhereas Whereas the said forest merl1 merl1crellted recent wvM wvMcreated d drented
useful uwMpose Pose P PPilse
good or r
created serve no
the renlie oM 01 w wwith Cmlnltech I IUnited
of
to any an part
pose ose
toth tothindrance
10 10hindrance
tend ralher
United States Stn tes but
hindrance or Ihe growth and pr prg1t prg1ty I1if I1ifty
ty y ot this State nnd nndWherell nndVhererts
rtterretl rtterretlIn
Wherell the sold torest
cOIered with ofrtfi ofrtfitllllen Tl Tlniblen
In a large hart
interatt interattitit
decned tlmberlnlertlir tlmberlnlertlirwllh timmiber
tllllen and U 1t1 II Aianv IIlURn
growth or ° t tmanv 9oUntti ounrtr
with itit the
luerthanUblt litiS litiSwhlcl1 t1 t1hlch
manv places en enwhich cndllglm I Irenson tI tIeason
which hlch said Inst clan CBMreason Is
IU1 IU1within
that lhatwlihln lit ar arltitin
fires
reason of forest tore t res
derared deraredber
within the said fallen an anWhercas and decaYe decaYeCr
ber Cr and nntWheren andhiercas
UUltt t tthnt Imat
h has i ithnt
Whercas experience t tot
P0tf
and prot
thnt mat the best bestsaid guardIans 10hO5 10hO5ste b 111 111c
ot f the tie forests nre those
thcreln and d aJlI aJlIthereto alJ alJmereto
c ste tA lIe directly cft cftman
eelllemnl eelllemnl11ln
and that the
thereto O1 O1log
trACt
tertlle nnl anti arabic 00
11ln man tt ttnid
itiOfl
porllan porllansnld °
every p
1ln throughout
log would ttt tttthe I3I I3Ime
said nid forests foreststhe rtere9
CommunltJtS CommunltJtSnnl mommtinit1riti
building up of ofIICfherfore
the me
midst tl tltortst cI cIr0st
nnl riti clJllzatlon In the
0 iniuroteetlon lruure lruureprotection
would
tortst r0st I hnintle ni that ue enl enlOUII eTeTir
protection RJ the people thlr ir 10ttIJ 10ttIJlie uimm1 uimm1is
where
OUII is In affording
lie 0 memorl111s1 r rTherefore I Ithnt
IICfherfore
Therefore your yourthat YOUtat our r ib ibicateel
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