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I GOVERNOR HESEn HEIER M MWholwur WELLS WELLSIt
Wholwur Who bF hr fall I for the tlie ConvenMnn opening Opeiing n Address Ilajipml Ilajipmltlie I It I to Order mid Delivered DelvereHl DelvereHlIha
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fiiv it iiu mafias R been leel1 laid out b btli ly lyIh
tli s in > th matters Jntore which wen wentnui wee weeIhUa
tnui t iiv i rjpicl 0111 have been be n so o feg fegkj f g gI
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lIonN In 1 pry fOI rroUI ot the IUOI
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something now 1I0 developing thus shov shovIng lhoInl
Ing It to bo li > some > measure nn occu occuas olult olultII
as II well as n demonstrated science Thr ThrIt Jtfll JtfllII
It Is tlio mainspring of our piiwperll piiwperllIs IIIo peIt peItIII
Is almost a truism Itul 1I1 und UI1I an such neet neetno nlel19 nlel19no
no elucidation while lln value an n nalMratt nn nnIIIJJlrucl
alMratt proposition Is Illustrated IIII1 Illllcll t tsome 10 10IWIIIO
some oxtent IXla nl by the IHlln numorpus eIPIIIIIOnt long lJll lJllI > > ti tilor
lor I r lull wcp 1JXJtIl t lve lawHults lawHultswater gnulll1n
Wlllal vaternml UllIl water I Il > r Hi HghtH ft 11111111 lng lngn fJllal fJllaln
n question whether this or iplnlng lit litgallon JtI JtIgallol
gallon Is I the moro extensively Ixlcn lvJ and e ep ax axp >
p nHlv6ly engaged In Certainly C tlnlul Uta Utam Tlnh Tlnhh
h m A had her full share of both an antluw nn1 nn1Ihl
tluw Ihl e are Indicative lu a 1 certain sensi sensiof 811111of
of tho value of o hoth slur slurpeople SIIIrl1IWItIJe
people seldom litigate IJII II ovtthings ovt OrIhlnt1I
things which have little volut volutnot
not at all over those lho u having none an anthus nllll nllllthllM
thus It Is demonstrated dll1Iou lrale1 that water I Iregarded IrcgnrdcII
regarded by h our onrCItizell8 citizens no at lens lenscxiunl lenstOIluIII
cxiunl In value to the precious metals metalsQUKSTIQN 1II01ulllQUHSIQN
QUKSTIQN OP HKCLAMATIOX HKCLAMATIOXThe m CIA IA1ION IA1IONTIll
The extent of the arid land region reglocf regionct
cf the UnKod States Is almost Incon Inconulvnble IllconI
ulvnble I and IIlHlcnll can only bo approximate approximatelv
lv I computed l and what hlll makes It a mat matter mnller
ter of ppccial concern to Us Is thn thnneuily IhntIIMrly
neuily all a I of it lies west and south southwest HonlhlINI
west of tho Missouri tlvor I I nn Utah liavlmlie liavlm
lie lio r full jluire > notwlilmtandlng Urn loin loinerlod
erlod of o time during which tho worl worlnt wurlctiC
nt reclamation 1ms been going stcndll stcndllforward lcnlJlIIIIIwor
forward In this Ihi collection lonlr tlOll It Is to b bicmoinhurcil ue ueemlllhHrC1
icmoinhurcil that reclamation does no noi not notIIUIII
i land Milt Hllllutier after being once accomplish accomplishid
id rlkn In the human family talllll thencan then
can < U no such thing HH stagnation I Ikeeps It ItIwlps
keeps < m Improving IU o long as the nee neeffnary
ffnary 1 Hal work upon It Is contlnud am amwhen nnll nnllhl1I
when hl1I the work ceases the land begin beginlo
lo retrograde It must also bo borm bormIn bornu1IIIIIIncllhill
In 1IIIIIIncllhill mind that any III amount of work with withcut withCIII
cut Jio accompaniment of o water Is ap Bllt
to bo of o no avail and nlullhllt that element lIen1lnlllllH lIen1lnlllllHIhltll hat hatUIUH
UIUH become tho great t111 essential H enllul to our ouiprogress ourprUlre
progress 1
INADEQUATE NADJ QtJATFJA LAWS LAWSTo W8
To the practical 11If1rtl Jrrlgntors nsscmbloi nsscmbloihere nssclllhlollhem
here It requires IUIJ hOH no ri argument to em emplwslze elllIllmslze
plwslze tho fact that our Irrigation Irrigationmuthods Irrlgnlloll1IItlho
muthods II are lame aiul nn our laws nit nithniiotent Ill
hniiotent 1111111111111 Water 0111 IH of illicit ub tantlal tantlalaltio
altio 1 110 ospMlolly o In dry r seanons mich asthe as usIha
the one confrontlnif tut II that our liny linymakers luW11I111Irll
makers have hitherto npproaUied the thesubject theubj
subject ubj lt with the utmost trepidation 1lpl < laUolI np nprarctitly 11lallIIt1
rarctitly pieferMnirto to bear the Ills wi wihave llhl1
have than to lolly ily to otheijt they Ihe know knownot Imlllll
not l lll of ot1ho The imHHflRo or f adwiuate lawn lawnto
to prinldp for thfr proper distribution distributionof dll lhllllon lhllllono
of o the Ih waters within the state his hisreemtd hit4fpJtI
reemtd fpJtI l to bellke making laws to rcgu rcgulain IIUlall
lain the distribution of 0 the blood thatgives that tllllJhcli
gives life loom II om bMI bodies such lniK hUIIOIIIIIII hUIIOIIIIIIIhns > itanoH itanoHhas
has attached to thp Hiibjeet In IlIlhe the imxt imxtyet IIII I Iot
yet ot If wo had but tnken the human humanbody hllmalllIod1I11
body lIod1I11 ns an example and dispensed dispensedthe IIlspt > II1NI II1NIIhe
the wnlura with a hutidtvdth pnrt the theJu thejn1l11e
jn1l11e Ju tle and accuracy ICUr C which natuio has hallnrloJlllll hasadopted
adopted to provide the circulation of ofthe orIh
Ih the blood thioiiRh the natural alleys alleystnd nile nileIUlllnalfs
IUlllnalfs tnd Rates of the body 11011 what a marvelous marvelouslK lI1allellllllheneracllon
lK nefavtlon > It would lme been to tis tisall IIYnil
all
trrMt or SUIWRCT SUIWRCTWe
We f arc iiotyhore hot hllre however to crit criticise ¬ I
IrllllIMtjIItI icise jiashlcjlWaturM ldlules They Thl have had hadmany
101111 many subJeotB to 10tJ d l lwllh with nnd nav navgenerally Imt ImtlnernllV
generally done the best they Iho could couldnlthln c ule ulewithin
within the time I I Ill prwprlb pr lrtlJlld d for the de deliberations l1tIIbcratlonll ¬
liberations Th i I romnrjtH r l11lr are only onlyIntended onlYInlelllc1
Intended III o Illustrate with what I fear fearnnd teatnrifl
nnd troubling tr nbllng th lhe subject of Irrigation Irrigationlins Irrl < llon llonhnll
lins herotlifore been eonniderird IOn illerWil even evenl evenIW
IW l > y men who have ho > leen especially especiallyMiosen I > SpClllllyIholen
Miosen by h the people to l rcprtsent them themIn
In Ihe legislature Nor lifts hn this feei feeing Cl > I IIng ¬
Ing ng been confined Im n 1 altogether to past pastrglslaturcF
1 rglslaturcF Ilhllul It Is not infrequently infrequentlyhat
hat th press In dwelling uicm tht thtrarlous 1Mllrlou8
rarlous mibjicts demanding attention attentionit
it the hands of assembling legislatures legislaturesn h
hn n seen fit to Jipund a note of wani waning wnwInt ¬
Int ng that when hen It came to the subject subjectif
if Irrigation Irtlg lIon HIP lawmakers bllm kOl1I ought oU hl to toto 10KO
to slowthat Ilrhltf H > rhnp9 > Innimuch as Ihe Ihenatter
1110 natter tt el wax fraught wliti Itll such enor enornous cnorInOli1l
nous ranietinencra to th thf people nnd nndparticularly alldr
r particularly to I the original approprla appropriators
tors ors Of water rlKht It tnlbt be better betterif bctternCI
nCI if ter r all to leave I I codlilons 101I1I 10111 pretty prettynuch pnlllmuch
much afl they Ihe are to let well II cnouih cnouihilonc noulhII10nl
ilonc elc tc InilfNJd Jn P lI ito high has tha thaeellng IhoretlIn
retlIn eellng run at tlmo when new n w lawn lawnmvo l V1I V1Ihue
hue mvo been proposed that It has not note nolbefit
befit > e ii uncommon uII mm ll to hear such remark remarknade rNnnrklmllIl
nade by old 01 1 and nd otherwise lawab0 lawab0ng I WQbl WQblIng
Ing ng citizens as that lh t if thp legislature legislaturehmiia le lSlatllr lSlatllrahollill
hmiia umtertnkfc untlerl 1b to liglslatt 1lsOI their theirvatiir IbelrWIII
vatiir rights away awn they would have
10 hesitancy In shouUUrlng their mus muslets muskelll
lets and taking tho law I Into their own i
g i
humls It nmy as woll 011 be confess confessthat COllr IHI1I1 IHI1I1lhul
that while all If of nn have h tensed I Inecessity 11111 11111neCf8HllY
necessity of doing oomethlnir to Ii Iipiote 1m 1mplue
piote existing conditions none oc ochave UK UKhllV
have known oxnotlyi the thing to toThe 10lu 10lufhe
The result ht hllll bUN I confusion In Insuits IIW IIW8uIIII
suits tiotiblu ami IIIHIIXIIfIIIIII expense la nia niaInstances IIIUIY IIIUIYIUIIIIIIHt
Instances 1 regret Ic ret to say thu rule ruleconduct of oflIlItlult
conduct ban been that the men at I Ihead lhl lhlhellli
head of o tho dtrenia Imvo helped thfi thfireives Ih l1
reives and IIn l lot the fellows fell 0 1111 tralow tn tnwhat InlU InlUwhlll
what was 11 left Though In many pai paiof Ilarhl Ilarhlo
of o the mate Irrigation dlnrictn ha haLtcii hll1 hll1lIeeli
Ltcii formed and the water lins linsOlstilbulud hn IiIIHI IiIIHIlslrllJuloll >
Olstilbulud with care and conixxitK conixxitKmtUfuctlon CQII Ilit IlitlItiaCucllln
mtUfuctlon tn water 11tl l u uerl ers the foi foigoliiK forI forIgoing >
going condition tptulilni ItenoriU ItenoriUare lJonrnIlYnlp
are not exaggerated exaggeratedKIKO IIXIJfIP11I 1111 1111lrl
KIKO lrl A 80LUTION 80LUTIONWhile IOICI10NWhile
While it IH I not Incuuilmnt tjion i ito 1011
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to mimcest n remedy llnell for 01 th ovlfs 0 A hit hitIn herf herfIII
In but fe fHhl bly ilonerllmd 1I and the tlioi tlioiand tIOUWnl1l1
and and ODD other Ills which you youmore ou arl arlllort
more familiar with than I U U I i iearnest 111 111emneMI
earnest hope thai thin convention m mai 11I11 11I11al
ai least lensllmlnl point u way we out of torn of o olllllcultlcN 0111 0111II
II lllllcultlcN I1lIc II I 11111 If 1 v VT rl heir In 001 001inon 0011 0011lIIon
inon of a deccuiid tlICuIIII11 parnjit who had It ItIninlly left leftIIIHllly
Ininlly jewels j I > I to be dlstrlbutwl amohti amohtitn Illlnlflll IlllnlflllU
tn U we would If I we were 1111 wlio K lIel t t tfiller III
filler and lecognlKliiR rtuHnl ll1f thilt the Jowi Jowinil jltwlls jltwllsnil
nil belonged to us Iolledlvelywft 11111111111 WI won wontmtumt lull lullennUNI
tmtumt lo mine dlslntHrestou perwin perwinIoninilitw IH IHrunllllltlllt
Ioninilitw lh Ihl dl tlbutlon tn cticli cticlius IIr IIrU
us U Ills proper sliiirp In like mannwhy mann 1111111111wh
why wh may IP U not g l logcthvi now HI HIagree IInti IIntiUIilO
agree In entrust our wntur rlicl rliclspaikllng rllChlll rllChlllHlnlklln
spaikllng J jl118 tw < ls of rare value In t tarid Iht Ihtnrlll
arid region r llon to state authority und undnelldelltiNil Indel Indel1lIIllelln
nelldelltiNil 11 and iiroper regulations regulationsbe 10 10bl
be mutually agrped upon Tlinitli Tlinitlitho 1lIOIgh 1lIOIghtho
tho medium of o a central board of co cotrol 1011 1011trol
trol with such nuxlllarleii an may maydeemed 11111 he hetllJema
deemed advisable oil existing rlgli rlglitould rlghls rlghlscoullI
tould be lecognlzed nnd n proper ipeo ipeoof lcI ortl ortlo
of o Ihcm Illed disputed > tI Hghls coulindjudlcnted couli ho hoIUUlllllcllttlll
ndjudlcnted newly acquired ilghJ ilghJniiiliig lfrhlIIIblllg
niiiliig Iliroiigh the construction of In InKntlon trrl
Kntlon works orkll or storage re voj vojcould IJJrs IJJrseoulll
could be defined and It Is rnnujCnt rnnujCntbelieved NIIIjllftly NIIIjllftlybllIlvo1
believed order bronijht out of tho h hpending III IIIponllltig
pending clmo If It Is argued Ihflt IhfltII th ththe
the II ndoptlon of such Hll < h method won wonhe uuhl uuhlh
he h Inexpedient on account of tl tlexpense Iho IhoIxltn
expense Ixltn Involved the nn II 1 8 w wIs llr llrIs
Is that the nxpense of future lltlgatl lltlgatlprovided IIllgntlQnIlrOclcil
provided nothing IH done would In Invery II IIor
very or fow yonrs crU1I amply pay pn the bill ai aiNice 111111 111111IPlIVO
Nice H InrKt surplus for the consttu consttutlon conslrueIon
Ion of alornge tJrn I rencivolr rencivolrS rl Iolr Iolri
S 10 WATKIl 8TOHAOM 8TOHAOMDUrlms ITOItOgDUring
DUring your olr deliberations ulao ulaohoptf 1 1h0111ll
hoptf yon on will find It expedient ai aipiolltablu HIIII HIIIIllolll
piolltablu llolll blc ta I consider all of the mm mmphm I11lny I11lnyrlhlU
phm ugK ulINlllcd > Htcd loiddng tn the stout stoutnnd Iorllile Iorllile1111I1
nnd husbandliiK ol the water supply supplyn t tIt
n tlmu buiuro Iuro It IH actually needed f ftiw Cnr CnrU
tiw U f 1 menu men II by II this of course mi mithose nl nlIhollo
those which me pnullcabl or ee eeto 110111
to bo no 0 fur in this its In most 1I10 t oth oththlngfl olhll olhllIhlllH
thlngfl In llfo HiiBgestlonK nnil 11111 twh llhemt llhemthnvlt1 m mhaving
having onlY u Iwsls of theory Ihoor with II IItie Ill Illlie
tie or no ftoilblllty art tll by no meaj meajconspi IIICBIIJ IIICBIIJcon
conspi con IlllInIiH > iioiix by Ihelr absence I hgen e nnd tl tlwater lh lhwatll
water inwtion U too practical when whenuse II IIUNI
use to mliiilt of visionary lslJIll1r scheitu scheituAmntiK IIIIIellwBAInlI1f
AmntiK all the plans proposed that thatlefervolrlnp or orltrerullItW
lefervolrlnp is the most common If n nth nnt nntIhl
th Ihl numt UKlul U lIul It undoubtedly 1111 lias I Ifailures ilK ilKCllllurs
failures nnu casualtlps together > r wli wliUN 11111 11111IIN
UN drawbacks nnd Imperfections i iany WI WIony
any other IIlh mint mll t of necessity lIIII lIr have fi fithe for forIho
the rcpKon tluit Ihe element Ilelnlnllloolt donlt Wli WliM With WithI
M I o 1 Itsldlotis nnd pildstent 1 llllnt In I Iquest 11M 11MIUOllll1f
quest IUOllll1f ni bittti level nlsy nfl Iti volunliurcHKm volun ululIIlIl
liurcHKm Il lrIlI el by 1 reason of UK How bell bellstop Jthll JthllRlOIIII
stop RlOIIII fd Its It power for doing harm t twell IU IUlIell
well ac good liicreaRis In a rapid tallIt tall 1lIlloIt
It thus lollMvs R that the UaniH employe employeShould lmplu111shollltt
Should be Kiiuhg R rulilt in 11 proportion to tl tlestimated thl thlestIII1II111
estimated quantity of water lIal r whi whittle hlih hlihthe ¬
the are expected to rgglst r H nnd not 1 1to 11 11IIl1bjctl
IIl1bjctl I to 1 any 1IJ1 BffillC8lUr6llU1 r JllO UIft 1 1cles H HliIl1011
liIl1011 ll h el1 I tflnlt hshi hshileil
cles leil connected ll wlhthat wHit ij rlI1 Iolnt Iolntthot
that most tnu t concern OIICIr 1 uainultlie U9 R till pitson pitsonWith 11IseJlIWith
With tlie rnpll < strides fir I science thef thefntny thplIl
ntny lIl to t readily overcome It Is rnthctha rnthc Olhllth3
tha lliianilo obstacles oh ItIlI s I trust you UI wl wlbo 11
bo very Ir much In earnest repiut repiutIng Ic1Id Ic1IdIl1tr
Ing tha lh phase of your dcllbei dcllbeiatlons d lhlt lhltllon
atlons llon because It Ifl a fat fatwhich fmt fmtIIhlch
which appeals to our judgmeii judgmeiive
ev ve y day of our lives > 11 the theof Ihlltof
of tIt great quantities of w WHit WHitwhleh tt ttvhlcli
vhlcli our tlljI state actually arlu II possesses bni bn hiltII
II i very 01 small proportion Is utilized th threat tilt tiltgrenl
grenl reat ljulk ojltwhtt OtIt Whll exact prottortlui prottortluiannoi JIOIOIIIUIInnl1ol
annoi be told lohIUIIA runs to waste insteai insteaiif 1I lfa lfaoC
if adding to the productive capacity o omr or orUIII
mr Irrigable lands It Is high time Ii Iiley III IIIIelot
ley Ielot of our Increasing InIlI lllnit pnpumlion am amlew 111111 111111noli
lew dlstilcts being hln selMed whlrli de denaml eTamlI11111111
mlI11111111 naml and must lmo their share of va WIIlerIhllf vaer
lerIhllf er while tlie volumes thereof do no norcrenee lIut lIutIrclpnll
rcrenee but In places may be U said Ii Iillmlnlsh to to11ll11ll1lsh
llmlnlsh tlmt this subject be given tin tinnost Ihlmosl
nost careful consideration considerationTHB lonf rrlolI rrlolIrum
rum SKVJBH sl < VJ1m VALLHY VALLHYIn
In many parts of the stnt notnbl notnblhe nota hi hiIhll
he gieal Bovler valleyon 11lIl 1JII either side o ohe or orIhe
he railway nnd ihe large stream whld whldilsectH whlrhhlMecl
ilsectH tho vast lIs1 plain for many contlnu contlnuUH
the flnosl lam lamrilhln Intlwllhln
OUH UH miles In some of
rilhln our borders It Is for the mosl moslinrt
1111111 inrt a huge sngelirush Hflgl hllISh farm fit rill just as Ii Iias Ithus
hus as been from the beginning The hl lain lainthete IlInllIs
Is > thete the water h there the I tratin tratiniorlnllon tJIInMIlorlnllon
iorlnllon Is tlieiethe Ihiee Ih e IhlnifS H Houlal In InHOCIIlI
oulal economy which milled with laboirodtice laboi IflborprUlup
rodtice wealth but after a general set setlenient lt lttlrllleni
lenient of thu commonwealth for rOII1OI rOII1OIlimn moiT moiTlinn
linn half hlll a century tMs land of such suclivlatlum such1lllhlln
vlatlum possibilities IIII AllIllllltfI Is I an i barren IluI < n itu ituwhole 1118l1
l1 whole as when It settled Into placo placoftcr J hlt hltnlm
ftcr tin great upheaval Ulhlll I It docs men menInt m mIhlll
Ihlll Int In this age of experiment Inven Invenon Impntlon
tlon on and achievement 1I some moann moannught 11I11 nil nilIIUJhl
ught to be devised for bringing llms llmseallh IholIIlollh
eallh producing elements clem nl together togethernd
nd III this Is 1llJulI but a type of many lIall other lo lotitles 10lnllllllI
titles where settlement lllI nnl nnd piopen piopenle llroJ llroJnle
nle le Impeded awaiting IIw llh1 the storage ie ieivolr 11111olr
ivolr which nevor comes To await awaitle IlwultIhp
Ihp le advent of private capital to Instnl InHlulUUI
UUI 11 r reservoir phintH would mean that thatiany IhlltIIn
IIn iany > of muixut11 IIBAtI fffow mm 111 U Ill h grevcr grevcrian I II
nnwUeTore noftuR rl reallxlnft thtlltlon th IhlCIIIIUon
I hall ian we art II
The atnte nf It ItIf I IIIlt
tlltlon of nur hopes tnJl g
IIlt If U I powerless to construci them a ander I
l1l1lel nder ltn present prc nt laiidgntiit but 500 500iO MOOGO
OGO iO acres of o land h lue ve been beenit IIJn IIJns
s it t aside for till purpose I aipl aiplle 11111 11111Ihl
Ihl le process nf welling and uc uculrlng U UqUlrlng
ulrlng proceeds Jllllr IR of o snl jlIII1I8 of lliesi lliesiinds IheslIlIntls
inds Is necesAiilly slow nnd 111111111 In tlic end endle aOillha
lha le amount Ut dIIlIl > rlved will be found hono honoily
11151 ily Inadequate If we me to Irnvb Irnvborage t1111lolIlll
orage iveervulr therefore It followa followaley rOIlIIlIIhllY
IhllY ley mull come thiuuxh the aid of th thItlonal lhmulonnl
Itlonal jovernment and It I gratify gratifyg gratlth1
h1 g to noto after yenm IIIIS of earnest itl itltlml n nMly
Mly that COIIETIPW li turning ot leut leutlisteningctr
1 listeningctr 118Ienlng Iil to our petttlmu ami amiml UI1I1thnt
thnt ml the Immediate future promlMti promlMtiime
1 ime relief
reliefAlllD
AlllD UVNDS HILL HILLThe mLJIhe
The arid Kind hill now lief lJ4lforl ore Con ConM 01 01JToI
JToI M Is not ail that could o 11l be expected IXVfI lpll lpllor
or 1 such a meamire but It it la a etiUle In Inic litIho
Iho ic right direction dlrtl tlnll and U might In Indlcloui h hJIIllctoUI
JIIllctoUI dlcloui to memorialize ihnt po 41 < 1y en eniraing Illtontnlt
iraing ihe bill In tt I > ffcneral way whllt whtJl10lnllnIC whlltilnllng
10lnllnIC ilnllng nut defect which cottld Maily Mailyremedied ltly ltly1M
1M > remedied 1Illholll wit hunt cndsngorlliK enllllulC rlllrltl1l1 rlllrltl1l1IoAfel the thefoty
IoAfel foty of the maa mful1I1t r as a whole it itay
111 ay be Hint lUnh voice CII may nut be beiHled I IheIId
heIId iHled with tntater InterMt than that thatother thlltor
or other arid land states but the fnrt fnrtat nrt nrtIhllt
Ihllt at 1tnh Inn hll long been 11 dl IIlstlnUIhe IIlstlnUIheu llngui he < t ti
u i theploner r uwr of valor for Irrlga Irrlgain Irrigation
tion in In America 1II rhR ought lo and will dial dialnge chalIIII
IIII nge the th ottenilon It of o Pcirir or ItllIII sii ami amimpel 111111omWllh
omWllh mpel the deliberations of thin body bod lo lonfardej
111 nfardej tIPT loJ wtllt lti respect 1IJI9tt Our repro repronlatlv I lrl lrltlIluth1
tlIluth1 nlatlv s nt the aent of o Kovernment Kovernmenti
afl i > actively alive < tn tliHltu l lltlulIon tlon ato atoid BleoIUtl
IUtl id It in I believed they are looking to toIN toItrllI
ItrllI IN convention for welcome f lCOnlli lnformn lnformnm InCornVltall >
tall m as II to the vl I wi W nn lending subJelJt sub subin
JelJt in ef UtBlis Ut hlI Irrltatora Irrl IJrI As 11 to what whatKttlnn whatlo
lo Kttlnn we should 1 taVe on II n matter matterthe mnUerc
c the maner In which federal fed 1tI1 old oldould 1I1dshould
should ould b exlended I shall not attempt attemptemuturily fI ltemptlrltOllurol
lrltOllurol emuturily lo dliturb the tllulicnm1ty scnanlty of ofe hCthe
the e convention COnllitlonWITHDItA
WITHDItA WN nO ENTHY ENTHYThe
The press dlipatchea Ipa e Jm from j yaslilng yaslilngJontTnuedbn
C JontTnuedbn Unu don page JaeiI Two J
Pump taters tatersU 1
Of U tah Lake Laket
t
I
llonrd of Canal Presidents Mel Mclhls this Morning and Decided DecidedTo
To Submit the Propos tjon to their RespectiveCompanies Respective RespectlvcComponles
Companies at yn on Early Date
t
A meeting of the board of ontml pres presidents JlrOshltlIll ¬
idents who reptitfisnt Iellll nl the Ih urtUIclai urtUIclaihniineli IIIIHTclllhuIIlcl
hniineli which tup th Jordan JUl11alllIvel river fiijj fiijjIn tj tjhllInlloll
In hllInlloll gallon witter WlIlttttcInl was h ld In 119 119dlllivs 1I1 1 1UIllIlIIO
dlllivs nf Hon Angus M Cnllnon nnnnn todtiyj todtiyjThere 10llll 10llllrhele
There were presDiit the > piinldentH IUf lllanIH rt rttbe 1Ill
Ill four en cnnul mil 04mptinl outKldc of thi thiilly lhdl
illy dl City Bnglnoer 1 Keisey x FPWBOIJ FPWBOIJMmlth IrflllIIOlHmllh
Mmlth the cotitt voter lter iommlHJdoiiari iommlHJdoiiariand lltntnIH lt1lOr lt1lOrIIIIlI
and tames II Ounlhei lIrtll who leprotsenU leprotsenUd
1 1ell
ell d a uviinpnny r lllldY idy tu undertake thQ thQlIlclion th therection
erection ot water pumping platan My Myballot U Uballot >
ballot Mr II KelKey voting In the Ih ncgn ncgnlive IIC II
live It win decided by the four canal canalpro c 11II1 11II1111IIIIInI8
i
pro 111IIIIInI8 ldenl8 outside of the elii clI1 lo presont presontin
in their ivgpmtlvo compntiH for rUtl rUtlUnitlon l t11 t11tlUllcll
Unitlon n proposition to establish J J11111I11111 a apumping
pumping station Mill IIUII to mipply their Ih lr cunnls cunnlswith callitlwith I
with water It was concluded tlmt u uMant U UIllnlil
Mant furnishing 400 second fret of wotur wo i11I
tur I I would lellivo till canal rotnpanles rotnpanlesof tlllI 11111 f ll llof
of their pioBont dlstrosa tlIIIII081111nll and ut the cun cundiHlon cludutlon
diHlon of the meeting 1I1 tllIg tt ua IIN ugicvd ugicvdthat ulr clr clrIhal
that thu proposal should be subniKlVd subniKlVdto
to the respective le organizations at oiico oiicoto OllC1i0
to that liiunedlate action may 11I11 be 11 11deled iia iiaelded
elded upon by b the board boardQeo hOIlldOfO
Qeo e Lambert Ji assumed Jils Jilsduties J l lllutlPII
duties as hecielnry Plellll to the bourd 1101l1l11t 1101l1l11tIJluhlenl of ofmcHldenttt
mcHldenttt and IIIUllool1 took charge of the books booksbtlonijlng hoalSbclol1Ulll1l
btlonijlng to bin oillcc oillcclOMMPnBI3 otl1toCOlll
lOMMPnBI3 COlll Itlllm H12iiaN8 H12iiaN8The ImlllC1 ImlllC1fhe
The ork > of the board of innnl pros prosItlontf
Itlontf so o far as rein lew to its lI jolla oiluitsto
to Ricure the aid of CongieHt < 8 In converting con lPJIIrllllif
verting Itali L IlIh Jjilitv Into a lestMvoIr lestMvoIrseems 11I110IrYIell1H
seems to bo comliiK to naught and the thei IheJ011I
i J011I en win tor tho same us stated 1IIIIII by one oneuf oneot
uf the meinours of o tlie bouid today todayIs 10LlI
Is a luck uf inlon llit > spei ledulloIl1ITJII ledulloIl1ITJIIItle lul Ionunlu Ionunlulee
lee that was wa appointed by the bouru jo joact o oalt
act In securlliif tue III aid ot Iongrofs IongrofsKan I fnlJt H Hhnll
Kan dMlittirated lIiIIII raled hecaue IJel un the niembvd niembvdftffl IIllln IIlllnCtf
ftffl that they th fire not suflkiently mii miiported II 19
ported by ihe several eanii cnn companlefj companlefjThai < 011I11111110ThaI
Thai Ihls U I the view III ihey tnlu > ot thft thftmutter lhl1II1111fr
mutter U iitdi In the forming Cullnl jllg reslg reslgnmlou IIHlgIHIlloll
nmlou WILI wllth was iciuleied by till tillo lie liecommltKe
commltKe o lmlltl I to ihe ht board at the meetlnz meetlnzof
of tbe toniior juvteiday juvteidayTo uIIIllIltJI
To thr iiiuid nf Pi 111 trident hlonl Jordan JordanRiver JordannlltH
River cintli I 11111 Halt Lake < I Ilyilentle lllylelllluIIIlnl111I1 IlyilentlemenNHeinx
menNHeinx usuured 1I luetl thai tin novern novernmen
men nuui iot net In the matter o oinlri ut ut11I111nl
11I111nl inlri nsris < lnl ihc I te xervolr > capacity of ofUtah IJtVtuh
Utah IuKe so lone us 111 there In diKagre diKagremont Q Q1I
mont 1I l1t bcivtiu UIA vflVerai IPrI I npproprl npproprlthe np ropll ropll1lJ1J3
1lJ1J3 Pf the w wntaruumi wrIIlllIII In view ew of ofnumber 111i 111i1j
1j 11J IJIIOilltJrh I IlIlnlbM >
number nhv Moflh Joiflmf JOI compai compaito Ol1lrlIli I
to fuiiher imiipoit tin ommlttee In Us UscffortH 101l1111C
cffortH HI 11 ouiy 1111 out your nut i ilrjones > and andbeing flntlbcll1l
being fatlniiu that further action by
BEET SUGAR RECORD OF UTAH FARMERS FARMERSCash F R IERS IERSCash
I
Cash Prize Awarded Sanpsle and Utah County Growers by byv byOrange
v Orange Judd Farmer
Great Or 1I1 lnl Inleltt re t II lU1i1 B been aroused arousedmoii nrollllC1ImOl1
moii the faniwm wml bmlnwni In Intereit InI
tereit I relll of Utah during the jiast year yearby IIII IIIII
by I th 11IIIUIr sugar b 1Jt et l emwtnf content contentconducted t ttflJl1l1ttllll
conducted for large prints Ilrl s by b Orange OrangeJudd OrRrnreJUllel
Judd Farmer th thll Chicago ngrlcultmal ngrlcultmalpaper
paper that hue done so o much to pro promote ¬
mote this Ullf groat Industry in the west westTJic tst tstfile
file ie8ulUln Il JjHlII III last years 111118 utlgnr be 101 101fOIlI11 t tKiiiicst
Kiiiicst will lie nnnouncod In the papo paporeferred I IrerelJlll
referred to In Its March 1 Issiio For Ol lha lharecord
record showing most clenrly methods methodspursued IIIplh04lapursu
pursued pursu und uIII11tIUItR isults obtained d Irrespiit IrrespiitIvo Irre J1II J1IIIo
Ivo Of tho yield IfIiI n prize ot J1W 111 is isawarded IIIlIlIrtlecl
awarded lIlIrtlecl to Ihiliiin A Mndsen 01 01tlimnliun fl flIIl1n1llOn
tlimnliun Utah While some croii croiigave
gave n heavier jnoss illo S yield Ielll of beets pet petacre I IQIra
acre Mr Ir MudnenH beets Ielll were ihe iherichest h hrllIlsl
richest In sugar nf any reported from fromUtah I Iutllll
Utah and with but a single exception exceptionhave I
have the hlglient sugar content of any anycioji IlI IlInOlI
cioji reported In any n part of the coun country ¬ I IIr
try Ir In Ibis till contest Mr MmlstnM rmv rmvftverngrd llflllnIgnl
ftverngrd IS per rent sugar with Ilh Ihe Ihevery Ihetr
very tr high cnetllclint of purity IJurll of KM KMper 14 14lor
per cent Mr II Mndsen is H developing developingnltnost dovelopltunhnO
nltnost < l the only sugar licet seed tlI1 sta station JlIItlOll ¬
lOll In the countrv and Ihwe results resultsIndicate le8111111Inrllc
Indicate Inrllc lo thai ltah IAh can produce beit beitwed
wed that will III rival In quality I 111111 U the best bestImported hf t
Imported from Germany OennanySome GermanyHOllie
Some phenoineitHl crops groWn roI1 by byfnrmers byCnrlllel
fnrmers for the th Itnh Sugar comiwinii comiwiniifactory colIIllnrllor
factory at Iehl art reported Th Thflrsl 1htt1
flrsl tt1 prla Jrl = l crop for Itoh tll h wn 11111 raited by byJohn lorJohn
John Woodhouse of lchl for whu whkhhI h hhe
he was awaixled nllIII11 I a prlve prl o of 100 100 Mr MrM i
M T r Voodhouoe of the saftio 1I1I1 e pltuv
r
Un U vmdei tri9 clrcumetancBH H will rotutt rotuttlti
lti no rennMiiuni foj11I1 l1WIII ndvnnlnge to you It Itwas ItWilli
was ununlriously IIlIllllh IQIISI ngt lglll d by b the four fourjii 10111JhtlnllfjrG
jii JhtlnllfjrG mb m Irl r a nt at u meeting held by byUN IJ IJlhlll
UN this imiiinng nl 1U oclonk in Chair Chairunnii ChullrI1
rI1 unnii II tannii i r utllce that Die leinnlnder leinnlnderin
in the find 1111111 now In our hands h lllh amount amounting ¬
ing 01 to uijo > bo ttiurned U in ciiual ciiualjiiiinjiui 011111I11111Jllt
jiiiinjiui in II ite several efrolllIl11l cnntit ompanles ompanlestha 14 14thu
tha umribuicJ it nnil tlint our r riKnuticn reM reMJlnlIIn
iKnuticn an u body 11011 be tendered to you youruinjri 01 011hrlUrii
1hrlUrii ruinjri n Ilinmunluittlnn to tie signed signedl
1 l the tl rhhliinnti III h1ntlli and secietary secietaryf Npcr llllY llllYW
W f itccorjinfily hand you tliu thofivc thofivclI five fiveli
lI k < li IWIIlIh < ii > vltli nclned and respect respectijiilb leJllIlIIJill
ijiilb Jill Huhmlt this letter of u resignation resignationiChick tlgllnlloliItIII1C
iChick ItIII1C i 8Jl each eachJtegreitinit lie h
Jtegreitinit that we have not nollJef1 been per per4UltteJ pr111I1l
4UltteJ 111I1l I to omplete the work assigned assignedji
ji III and shlih we 0 regard as of o tho gieat gieatt gltalttl
ttl t Imiortiuiec If o Ihe InteroNt of nil nilYinir
wo rtI1II1I1 rtI1II1I1Yom
Yom respectfully llflPCUIIIII
I COMMITlKh l ON UTAH LAKH UK8 UK8KllVOin m mWWOIn
KllVOin KllVOinIly
Ily 11 ANGUS OUS M CANNON CANNONChairman 1N ON ONChllirmun
Chairman ChairmanA
A K I DOniDMUS I Onm lUs Bcoretury BcoreturyMK HearetuTnm
MK M1IUJH NOTPMOASHD NOTPMOASHDWhen NOT prl ABlm ABlmWhen
When o I p Miller tho member of tho thoJJUh thotah
JJUh tah Lake eommlsfilon who was 11 nil nilpointed IInloJnte1
pointed on the committee In place of ofJounty U UUUII
Jounty UUII commlsiilfnier Jameu II An Anileiiioii n
ileiiioii 0111011 vas H Itell en thin lhl morning IMS ex exhlnmelt exlOSfPtI
lOSfPtI hlnmelt an being very WI milchturpilsed milch 1111111IIrIJllPll
turpilsed nt the action taken by thn thnrtmunlltee Iho111111I11
rtmunlltee 111111I11 ttt yesterday r lItlllllu In CTiilanatlon CTiilanatlonlie 1 llolilltloll llolilltlollIt
lie It said I WIIM about 20 mlnuteH Into latoyen Intoldtl
yen ldtl tent rtlllY uy and when I nailiwl lha of ofice or1r1
ice 1 fouiul Hint ihe mecllng had ad adliHd
011111 liHd To 0 gay In the leant I must mustthat lIIustllf
llf that I VIIH surprised at Ihe action actiontaken IllIoliUKeu
taken UKeu I must say tlmt I am not sat satiled 111I1bnt1
bnt1 iled nlth HIH Ih renoit ot ihe committee committeeRtld
Rtld lid I t think thai a mlgtnke has been beenmade
made < to tiiiotv tip the Ih piojert at thUntltffe thU IhlMHIli
HIli ntltffe of ntrlrB simply 11111111 because one or ortwo orIWO
two Hiippoiters of tlie untctpilst lmve lmveeen 11111eM
een lit t II oppose It at this time An Annr AIJM
JM nr UH I can now we the only course courseiipen IOIIIlIe1J1
iipen 1J1 1I Is for tI general III1ernlll111111 nuiss meeting nf all allhose ullh08e
hose IntcrMled Intcl llllI In the waters Iors of Utah Utahuki UtlltIlk
Ilk to bo called at an early dale tllIl andlOiothti1 and Dllti11Ilh
lOiothti1 11Ilh I commlltce COlli 111 II III appointed for the theot thliUI
iUI > HI ot carrying out the theof
119 ItllI of the farmers of Salt Laka Lakaounty 10110ollnl
ounty ountyrontlnuliiK ollnl ollnli >
i rontlnuliiK he said The present presentornpioinltt present010111011I1111
ornpioinltt level of I the waters of ofUtah orClah
Utah Inle In not HUlllcltmt for the wat watir I III
ir supply of Hall llt I lalll aki > county IInl IInlllII nil nilli
llII li vii M will 111 be until we get 11 the lake at atn ntfl
n hlisluT level If wI If f we > could aU 11 only onl get getthin oretI
thin mntter which Is I of II such vital 101 In Into IIII
I I to 1 dl 1 mbUntu t of u this thl county countylet C IIIIIY IIIIIYf
f wb c II lft 1 IJ UI h II wmClIthfl wmClIthfllalll 0 CI Ihapo
let lalll no doubt < In my mind for one moment momentthat momenttlUI
that wi 11 > could I < secure tho appropriation appropriationwhich flPpropJI tlon
which Is o urgently needed
I
BRITISH BRITISHNEWSPAPERjRE NEWSPAPER REBUKED REBUKEDWestminster K D DWestminster
Westminster Gazette Cautions Responsible Ones Against Policy PolicyWhich PolicyWhich
Which Makes England Appear 10 Want to Stir UpStrife UpStrifeBetween Up Strife StrifeI
I Between B tween Germany and andUnitedStates United States
London Feb 2CThe nttltxido of the theEnglish theI
English I nowipapers towards the visit visitof visitot
of ITlnce Henry of PniMln to the theUnited thelnled
United Slates has called out a rebuke rebukefrom re ukl uklrlom
from tl Iht Westmlnstor Onz OftZltle tte which wlilchrnutlous whichmutlJl1II
rnutlous the ref iwnslble paiiers IJalJefllltpalnll IJalJefllltpalnlla walnut walnuta
a contlnuahc of a policy wheieby wheiebyflreat lhpreliOrenl
flreat Ilrilnln in placed In the awkward awkwardIKUltlcm awklrllIIOBIUIJI
IKUltlcm of seeming doslrous 1l1 lroUII of o muklng muklngbad mliklllKlu1
bad blood between Germany nnd tlic tlicUnited IhpUnltell
United fitntw while hlla putting In a claim claimforjmtltude IlIlmtllr
forjmtltude tllr on lier own account on onlhcf 1111IhlIAOOte
lhcf IhlIAOOte Mre of jpant lo 1 favors favorsIt
It Is not Ulnnitled and Is scarcely uarcelu
u
IMls FeU 26 CTlte The serlss uf festlvl festlvlties tllthltiel
ties to celebrate the centlimry l1tillltr of the theblrtii thebIrth
bIrth of o Victor Jtor Hupo which will lastuntil last latuntil
until Hunday Ihl nll 11 next opened this morn morning mornIng ¬
ing with n grand ceremony within the thePantheon thlPanlheon
Pantheon under the auspices of o the thegovernment thegOCrnl1l
government governmentPresident llt lltPrc
President Prc > 1I1enl Loub t II W ldtcklto1S
being a olone I ole second for the prize of ofHB
HB 16 Thene crop averaged a 21 tons of ofdressed ofIIrols
dressed IIrols elbflet beet P per r aore 10 contalnUif rfom rfomlij
lij I ty IT tIer cent sufur of SJ7 82110 to 81 8111 per percnt r rCfl11t
cnt juirily A number of other crops cropsVfaru cropslIru
Vfaru lIru 8190 al reportMl reportMlTho r pOrlltJrho
Tho nut profits per aen AI reportetl Irporl 1 In Inthis InIhlll
this oontost by ttah growers ran from fromJ11
J11 3 to It S1 tlmt Is to miy 1111 all the ex expense cxJel11 ¬
pense uf t raising tho crop Including n nper tIlief
per cent on alue of 0 land and full fullprlcbH cunIIIIOS
prlcbH dinmcd against ar > nlnsl the crop for all alllabor nilhtbO
labor iwrformed left I rt a net profit aver averaging a er eraghl
aging 17 l 111 r DTP DTPpj 11111J
pj J nge Tilda Farmei cniitrasu thesa thesaispUlts IhtAlilIlfl1ll
ispUlts tvltJi 111t he 11 cioim grown under underordinary ullderol
ordinary ol Ilhar methods where the profit Ir Ironly IrtllIl
only bnathird qs II much as under thete theteprlzewlnnlnp IheleoIlrlz
prlzewlnnlnp Ilrlz lInlllng methods it ty a hldh hldhcompliment hhlhCOn1plmOIlI
compliment to the progreiwlve IlroN he fnnncrs fnnncrsami CrlneNnnlt
ami IJlI MMIgrowers rOlolfI of Utah In Colo Colorndo
rndo the contest < was la even morn suo suocetisful 11111filS
cetisful < filS CuI owing to Ideal iondltlons oC oCnil liesoli
soli nil climate and Intensive cullure at atHock atHllck
Hock Ford where one or if the I hI prlzw prlzwcrop Ilrlucropal
crop amounted to over SO tons of beets beetson beetson
on one acre and the irraml i lrl7p > rlre crop cropcontained rllllconlnluld
contained nearly six Ix tnn sugar In the thegross thlrIJAH
gross an against four tons In the John JohnWotidhouso JahnlIcollhoIlRO
Wotidhouso grand prlne rill crop of o Utah Utahgrown UlllhJrllwu
grown on cine acr Lame as thla thlayield
yield 1011 of KUgar appears It Is dwarfed dwarfedby
by tho oxtranrdlnar production of 10 10tons totonll
tons of raw sugar PIT acre over lt ltentire IInll
entire > nll srea by 11 the famous 13wa o1 planta plantatlon planlaHUll
HUll In Hawaii HI VfllI and by h other laige laigeylelda laf lafIelda
ylelda Ielda In Ouki < uml Java and other cam campugar ClilhIHlRlr
pugar routitrles This emphasises the thenecesslly Ihef
necesslly f l lllty of maintaining the present presentprotective IlruelltlrllltctI
protective tariff on Iveet I I sugar
toll bred aye > the Oaette to re remind remllitl ¬
mind the lheUliltel1 United States of obligation obligationwo o
wo inve nd reuton u 10 > IIUplOIf uppo e tb Ihll y will willforgot Itlit01
forgot t01 Ot and IlIfllt It Is certainly Impolitic to todUplny IIIIIlfI111t
dUplny anxlHy In vgurl 1lIr to thf th powlble powlblerimulti IlO lbl lblrwn1l1
rimulti nf n the friendly m tI1lltnr > f > tlnc between betweenth belWlIi1lthe
th the preiMwn And Ihe < Vrman prince princeThe IlrlnceJh
The Jh iper then proceeds to Mound a anoto nIIDto
noto nf warning agulnni cmrylng re reenlment rl rllmeDt
enlment lmeDt toward lowaNbeIlMI1 ienrmny to the point pointof pointtll1lt8forlnt
of inttesvorine to make mischief be between betIOOI1Orlnan ¬
tween tIOOI1Orlnan Germany and another ano hI turner In Inview hiIv
view Iv of 1119 th already strained relations relationsoccqjIiMied IAton IAtonccqjlOTl
occqjIiMied ccqjlOTl by the Ih xlgwg policy 11011 < of the thegoviirmftent lht1OtIIIf1enl >
goviirmftent which threatens tn pMce pMceGrout pIALOrtJttt
Grout Britain In a position O t ftntlgon ftntlgonIsm antlon111I
Ism to tobolh both Germany > and HUIIIIIII
VICTOR HUGO CENTENARY
scau the premier premt > r and the other olh r mem members membel ¬
bers of the cabinet the members of ofthe oflhe
the senate C le and tit the chamber of depu deputies 110111tieR ¬
ties reprcscntiitve relir > nlntc delveatlani IIllft ton from fromthe rromh
the h InstttutQ nnd olh olhfr r state bodies bodl In Including Inul1lnR ¬
cluding the Ih lending llghta of art s6l s6lence sHInC <
ence InC nndlltiraturo In Ftjance F nce and dcp dcpputatlons clOIlpUa
putatlons pUa lon8 from the various lItOUI lyctes and
1
tdiiunlloimt IhHtUiitloiiK wure wlir prevent prevent1resldent lHlIlMnlInAIIInl
1resldent Louhet n nll wnrinly WIIIIII rhoerwl rhoerwlnloim NicerillIIlonHIIIIII
nloim IIlonHIIIIII thtf iiiuta nk A t ho drove to thn thn1MMthwm lhnlAllthlltHi
1MMthwm iwcortwi by a I nqtiiidion of ofculranslers vICUIIIlIlIIIS
culranslers culranslersThe
The president 1I11 lllont nnd tho cabinet minis ministorn 111111111lonl
torn took their seals In tho official til tilbuno 111bUM
bUM ertcled In the chnlr while In tho thotransept IhoIrflll
transept Irflll IIt beneath the dome wore two twoother tWIolhlr
other tribunes I r 11111I fl one UII to the rlghl re reserved Itwrpll
served for Mine Ioubel nnd 1llIllhu thu wived wivedof
of the inlnUlers nnd till other to th thl 1111 1111III
l ft on which thu membern of o Victor VictorHugoi Iclllr IclllrJingo
Jingo family rlllllll were pealed lell The Unit United Unllod
ed Staiex ambassador I1I1a lIotlor den Porter Portersat tJOIl l I
sat in the Ih front low of Heats wit I16tllllllll I16tllllllllCIII ajmrt ajmrtfor
for the diplomatic corp >
Hxuctly Iwnenili ihe center of ot the thedome Ihedume
dome tone 10 from out a clutter of o pylmi pylmiand JooIhlllluUlI
and llowr the Ih bust of Victor Uilio Uilioby UtllOb
by b the clebratd sculptor D Dllvhl vld uVAn uVAnil
il 111111 rt nnd 1111 1 this was the symbol to which wlilchth
th eyes 111 of the tliouwinds of spucta spuctatorn
torn assembled within the vast III hull hullwere hullWflO
were dliected A few steps behind tho thobust lholIusl
bust wa nllttlo platform pI a ten I III from whloli whlolilie
Iii lie DrtUU of the Comedlc Fruneiilnu Fruneiilnuteclted > u uItclld
teclted verses from the poets works worksTrlhuneu wotlHlrlhl1l1ell
Trlhuneu for fu the aenntou deputlus deputlusucndemleluns IO11I1I08ucndel1l
ucndemleluns ucndel1l lulIlI and lint the other ptlnclpal ptlnclpalguenti JlllullllllUUNlII
guenti weie ranged around the nuvo nuvoabout IHIOII110UI
about 6000 person JII OI1 In all ulllJelllg being present presentA IlluelllIlrhIIttI
A prlvllegd position between the bust bustnnd
nnd the front of the prenldonts tribune tribunewas
was reserved for about 00 young lun men menand 111011IIml
and girls selected from vatloui ichooln ichoolnto
to typify the youth of Franco FrancoThe IrrullrIlie
The decoration dl < ornllon of ihe interior of the thePantheon thePnlllhenu
Pantheon for which parliament voted yolrsoOOO
80000 francs was wn very wr simple but butImpressive hill1IlIlll
Impressive 1IlIlll 8lvtl blue > being the dominant dominantcolor l1ulnlnulltcnlor
color Tim sides were drnpod with withblue llIhhllio
blue velvet ornamented with the Inl Inlllnls InlIIflla
llnls of o OOV V H and beneath the domo domowan IlomoWILli
wan suspended nn enormous gilt laurel laurelwreath Inllalwrenlh
wreath attached to the surrounding surroundingwalla
wAil by II light garlands of foliage Cull all The Thewalls ThlCWIIIIH
walls of the ajwa were completely hid hidden hitiI ¬
den iI 1I by velvet hangings embroidered embroideredin ull1b1111ter1111IIIIfOhl
in IIIIfOhl gold In tie center of which stood out outa
a large wieath hlclo InoloMng lnt within It ItIre a alyre
lyre and the tI Initials V II beneath beneathbeing blnlnlhblllllll
being tlie dales 1S021002 The 111111 111111lflUI lln llnclpal
clpal facade was also hung with bluu bluuvelvet IihllvlnI
velvet bearing the namo of tho poet poetwhile poelwhllu
while clusters of II palms and Hags Hagsheightened IfnJHhulllhlclIHl1
heightened the external color ulTect ulTectThe ulfPtfhl
The ceremony begun shortly hnrll after 10 10oclock 10oclllcit
oclock In thu morning and wan con concluded ronCllIdol ¬
cluded nt 1145 n m The Ih program programIncluded prolfrnmh1l1I111c1
Included eulogistic orations by h M MLeyuues M1tllIeH
Leyuues minister mlnl lr of public IIlI lr InMtruc InMtruclion
lion and M > 1 lUmotunx president IJrflllllt l1t of tlio tlioInstitute tll tllInstllllltl
Institute rrcltnlH of o several of Hugos Hugospoems IIIIospoem8
poems by members mtm ullI of the fomudlo fomudloFranculse 011I1110lrallrnllll
Franculse ami the rendering of hymns hymnsbused hIIIIIImlld
bused on Hugos works by II M > f Dtil DtilniuH I al alII1UH
niuH of thf t hr opera and a choir tif If 1HO 1HOmen 180IIln
men and women The 1h band banllor of the Ho Hopubllian topuhlrlll
publlian guards gllttl and IIIHIIIII nn mrlHHtru nuinbeilm nuin lIumIhll
beilm 100 nersons uerforiiied tlio In ¬
strumental i ru l tJIil < 1 nri I of i the exercise tl Th Thscene rhll rhllHIIIIP
scene within the Imitheon wnti moo mooImposing most mostIl1Ipo
Imposing Il1Ipo lnll and llIl full of color owing t ttho 10 10lho
tho brilliant toilettes of thu 1 full en tl am amthn nllt nlltIho
thn unlfoinis of o the olllclals In 11 al althe nil nillhe
the public schoolft of Franco the da dawill tIIIY
will 11 ho celebrated c le lutlHI by lectures un th thlife Ihe IheIICeoC
life IICeoC ot Frances national poet and b breadings bV bVtenl1ll11
readings from Ium lili works by y the pro professors protessors
fessors
17 S Malls to bo Ilcvtclchod IlcvtclchodChicago HCIIjlIC11hlcnllu
Chicago Feb 2 2GThl The postmanter postmanterton lJoHll11110lflrllIulIl
ton llIulIl oral ban ordered a tiadrennlal u uulnliliiK Hnrlghlll
ulnliliiK of II United Unll 1I HtntcH mnllH car carrled carIell
rled on all rnlhoad routfs oule In what I Iknown 1ft 1ftIlI1an
known us > the fourth contract call Iruel section sectionincluding IIPt101I1IIIIIItlIIIJ
including Arkansas Louisiana Loul lQII Texas TexasIndian 1aXIIIIntJllln
Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas KansasNebraska KunsnsNcbrl1kn
Nebraska North Dakota J South Da DaVota Dnlolu
Vota Montana Wyoming omlllil Colorado ColoradoM ulorad uloradNtw
Ntw M MJlco lco Arizona Utsli tJt h Idahn IdahnThis II I
1 iHhlllgtOilo iQHi iW
fornla fornlarhll
This JH the period for the regular re retidjustment rth rth1ltjuHlm6111
tidjustment of pay for IlnU ranxportatloi portCitloll portCitlollIy
1 Iy y rallroadu to take effect from July 1 11SI02
1SI02 1 02
fmS 1 I Iuhllglou
Waihliigton Feb l elJ C OA Apaln II1 toda todathe 1011nlhe >
the galleries of the senate wen wenthronged
thronged with spectators when tlu tlubody Ihlboll
body convened All 11 woie II anllclpatlng r rreopening II IIIOOJIIIIIII
reopening of o the Ih discussion of the th con controversy c n nUoerll
troversy respecting retl ClIn the right of Sunn Sunntnrx RttnntoM
toM McUiurm > ami Tlllman 1 III 111 a II < > f AnutiCniollim Anuti 1iIoulhCnrollna
Cniollim to paitlclpnte I In tho debute debuteof Iluhuof
of the body hod while under tho ban ol olcontempt otcontlJnpl
contempt contemptImmediately contlJnplItrllnlrllalely
Immediately after the chaplain had hadproiiiuiupd IlIulIIrnllfllllwp1
proiiiuiupd the Invocation Mr > Ir Fornk Fornker 1
er nf Ohio was 11I recognUed He said saidthat 11I111lhflt I
that on account of the MclClrilev mem memorial ¬ I Inrlal
orial exirelse eXt > rlllIlII which w 11 < m > to be held heldIn 111111In
In the hall of the house nf repreieiita repreieiitalive
live at or about 12 uilnek tomonow tomonowhe IOIlIOrllIhI
he movml that when the senate ad adour nilJuur
Juur our > today It be h until 11111111145 1145 a m to totnnrroiv 10Innrrow
tnnrroiv The motion wnn agreed to toMr 10tl
Mr tl llurrnw of Michigan chaliman chalimanof
of the omtnltiee on pilvllegeo and Ion elections IontlQIIR ¬
tions va recennlzed 1 > He Bull thu thucommittee IhlII1Jnmlll
committee was In the midst of thn thnpoMdrrniion Ih Ih11lm
poMdrrniion 11lm IIlfrtUlon nf a very en importantquestion important ImporlantIJUlllon
question a dlclslon upon which had hadnot hllInlll
not bfti readied lly 11 Instruotlon of ofthe I1rIhl
the coirinltlee lit Iherefor moved 1I10t 1 lhatth lhat IhntIh
th Miiato llnlo adjourn Without objec objection IJlljolion ¬
lion ttlO mntlnn WQH carried and the thesenate thenulenllj
senate nulenllj adjourned adjournediiousi uruetl uruetlII
iiousi iiousiWnshlngtoii II 0 I1fo I IWnNllllllllon
Wnshlngtoii Feb M 26t At tho nncnlnft nncnlnftnf IIllfInlnof
nf the H 8et111nn iltm of o Ihe house today I lilt a Mr MrLoud It
Loud of Iowa aitked unnnlmous conasnt conasntthat COJlllluttlJftl
that tbe bill U I > cUsoIfy the rural free freelellvery tteodllIer
lellvery aervlci be taken up next Mon Monlay lolIn >
lay n nnd be made a continuing order orderiinlll oronuIIIII
iinlll dlapoMd oJll QHd of oIhl Ihe order WUH made madeOhio 111111111Ohio
Ohio llher ItIH ItMnif ItMnifHuntlngton 1tI 11Ir 11IrHuntington
Huntington W Va a Feb WThc WThchln GTheOhio
Ohio hln river Is 301 61 feel f and rising rnp rnpdlyal mphl1
hl1 dlyal al 8 a in All II the West Vlrflnln VlrflnlnitreamH 1rr1nhelm
itreamH elm me at still rising Ten thousand thousandlaw
law low 10 M were 111 wept out pf the fluy 1111111 1111111dolte < n nniie
dolte niie river tliU 1IlllIlnoTnln morning by U th IIII breawiif breawiiff hltakllilof
of > f boom and III other damage Is itported itportedilIsM ullort tl tllIs
ilIsM lIs Hlono tolng to CoiiNtnnllnople CoiiNtnnllnopleSalonlcn
Salonlcn Houmanla Feb 2 2lien III1S III1SmIen
mIen lien M I Stone and Mine Tsllka will willtart willHtart
tart without delay 1I11 for Conilnntlno Conilnntlnotie
pie tie In till meanwhile the 1 Iterated IIberatllI1I11Rlonalle 1 Iteratediilaslnnarlett
iilaslnnarlett are lI slaying 11I1f at Ihe ntli ntlilonary lit 1 1Ilnnll
lonary head had41JIlrtp unrtein where they are areecclvlng IIrlIf
If ecclvlng > the congiatulatloni of ofolleaguea lhelr lhelrIOlIpalUUL
olleaguea IOlIpalUUL11I11011 olleagueaWoman
Woman 11I11011 Hnflragn Hill HillPea to rll rllp
Pea p Molnw Feb M GThl The woman womanuffraio CIn CInIlirtrall
uffraio > muaiiire I 0111111 re Inlnxlucwl by h lena 8enair lenaIqr
Iqr ir Allyn IIn pawed the upper hotise of oflie oflIll
lIll lie levlaiatun today by a vot of 211 211to K Ki
to i 10 Ii was In the pcnate that opi opinion 0110Hltlnll ¬
nion wan exited Ihe < house having havingnied 11lnloh1
nied favorably two yeara r 811 afo and III the theruio the8rul
8rul ruio 0 killing the bill
ANOTHER CASE OF OFPTOMAINE OFPTOMAINE
PTOMAINE POISONING POISONINGAnother
Another case of ptomaine poiaonlng poiaonlngoccurred 1IOIIOnillCocllrroo
occurred In this oily yeaterday Y IIIPrda whlcli whlclibut hlol hlolbut
but for Co prompt medical attention attentionwould IUenlunoul1
would pooilbly have had a fatal tAlnllllllUel tAlnllllllUelA w < iuel iuelA
A Mr Ir Anderson A 1111lr on who tosld tlldfl 0 at the therepr lIler
repr r of JM 331l1181 east Suventli Inth Snuth ale very veryheartllv PIhllilfttlv
heartllv yemerday of vanned corned cornedIteflf rornlldI
Iteflf I f which had been pur pUIfh ha e If1 < l at a alocal 11local
local store hhortly aflenvards he waj wajgelled Wiseilled
gelled wlh severe iwlna and Dr V T TCannon TCall1Lon
Cannon was hastily summoned IIUmIl10n Irompt Iromptnieastliw PromplmeMtIInI
nieastliw w Wfro re taken with the retult retultthe Itultthe
the pntlrit today 101111 although very er weak weakis
is decldcdly tJecllle ll bettor bettorDr bettorDr
Dr Cannon Can lion dialed this aftemoon that thattin lhntthd
tin nttentlun of the ineOlwl fratrnlty fratrnltyhad rralrnlhnll
had been ocUltd recently to a number numberof umberIIf
of similar slJull r vases and In hI3 opinion thu thupuhllu Ihtpuhlp
puhllu should lfl very r cartful ca ul to Be Bethat We WeIImt
that da meat and ne nah putthotud M Mfreah I Ifresll
freah nod Untainted
x
SugaiTlpy Sugai eet eetlepublicans
lepublicans lepublicans1ll01
Tlpy qcb pM 1 Against Proposed Tariff Concessions 10 o Cuba CubaPropose CllbaPropose ill
Propose 10 o Carry Can Fight From Ways lVa and Mean Com Commflec Commill
mill c to Float of tlic House 3cpecsentatives Ftom Bed BedSugat BecJSligar
Sugat Districts D ldtls Forming Strong Slr llg Otgcmizalion
special to tile News NewsV 1
V 11511111111011 ihln ton Feb eu 2flFrcm pimunt pimuntindication I Imllcn
indication mllcn tJ 0 111 dm III sugar controveriy COlltlovel will willbe 1111bl
be cairied from tliu eonuilltttw to thu thuHour thlJtloor
Hour it the home hUll Last Ill l lIght He HepublicanVauoiiR Itl1lIbllcftll
publicanVauoiiR 1lIbllcftll tnueuN developed the fact Hint Hintthem t tIhllO
them In n piwt deal of blttorno I iH lit tlm tlmparty
party 11111 over tho proponed ooncoHslon concoH loll o
2 per cent to Cuba Tlio TlioUtah ThlUtnh I
Utah Idaho and 1111 Wyoming dele deleentlons IIIIIgullOll8
entlons in tlit IIOUM with llio llioother Ihoolhpl
other retitwentntlve IO from beet sugar sugarllBrlctB RUGaIIIlslrlcl
< llBrlctB notably Michigan Inllfornlu Inllfornluand
and olnrndu are forming u willd 1 organ
ballon In opposition to the proposal of oftin
tin 11 ways und means committee lU1II11I 1ll0JlollRi 111 Jleet Jleetsugar I 11 t tHUIlIIt
sugar men my thai If they Ih cannot win
In the conference nnd mircred In over overthrowing IrrIhrolllIg ¬
throwing tlu > ways and means commit committee ¬
tee they Iho will carry the fight Into tin tinbouse IhlhnlSI
bouse Tlmy oven Bny they nil prepared preparedto
to Join with thu DeinoeiHlH In pravent praventIni
Ini tho ways n11 and niuuna rommltlee rommltleefrom COll1lnllhtront
from bilnglng In n rule cutting off
nmondmcntH to tlio till arwnn don < tq
the ease of o tha war tax In reduction bill billund
und tlwy state AI le that when the bill tonicj tonicjtip COllle COllleIII
tip for general discussion und amend amendment amendment
ment they Ihe will wllllJu be willing to Join force forcewith rorrewllh
with tho tariff revision llepubilcann I11pubiCIlI11led
led by Mr Jlabcock nnd go m tm a athorough IIIhoroul1t
thorough discussion of o the tarllt art artUTAH IIrtUTAH
UTAH LADY DRLKOATMB DRLKOATMBMr
Mr 1 11 McQuarrle MI of the Eastern naKt rn Btstfl Btstflmission tl1lt tl1ltmlsMlon
mission nccomprmled by Mr frR AnnH AnnHToylor An1114alor
Toylor alor Uydo nnil part of till Utah Utahladles Utnhhullls
ladles delegation will leavo lell here to tomorrow 101IIOIOW
morrow for liiUlinnr lo hold a mettina mettinaIn III1NIIIIn
In that city on Fildny l then they lhr v vBO 111I
BO to Philadelphia whore u woman womanmeeting wOll1anglIIetlInl
meeting will ho held on Sunday SundayMrs SunrloyMr
Mrs Maria Y Doujnll Mrs 1hofbJ 1hofbJY
Y lleattle Mrs Josephine Hurton and andJlr nnelIrll
Jlr Irll Huso Young dates will leave for forNew totNaw
New York tomorrow tomorrowMrs tomorrlJwMrll
Mrs Kmmellni U Wells will remain remainIn
In city to attend tho meeting m olln of o tha thaMothers lhsMotlllr8
Mothers COIIKVOBS COIIKVOBSIdaho 1011 lItlflR lItlflRIlioho0IJllnuIC
Idaho Ilioho0IJllnuIC Orlglmil Coaper 811er IftUer Idaho Idahorails IdohoFnll
rails 0
TILLMANM1AUR1N TILLMAN MLAURIN TROUBLE TROUBLEHeeling
Heeling of Senate Committee on Privileges and Elecjion Re Resuited Resuited
suited in No Solution SolutionRepublican Republican Members Confess TheyAreUnablt They TheyAre
Are AreUnablt Unable to Formulate Scheme S hemeto to Relieve Situation
Waihlngtou Feb 2C 26ho Tho meeting of ofthu otthe
the senate committee on privileges and andelection 1111tltcllcll19
election thin forenoon ddl not remit remitIn
In supplying any 1111 solution ot tlu lilt dlfllctilty liltIlclll
llctilty that the senate In In In con connection ¬
nection 11 > 111011 with the TllltnnnMuIanrln TllltnnnMuIanrlnmatter
matter The Republican members of ofthe orIh
the Ih committee frankly fralllll confessed that thatthey lllnlthey
they had not been II able to formulate formulaten
n scheme which would oulrllellOlO relievo the situa situaton lItllaton
ton und after loss than an hours dis discussion lil lilulon ¬
cussion they Ihl1 asked that the commlttro commlttroihotild COlllll1111pothould
ihotild adjourn until I 2 oclock the th un undorstancllng IInIIIISIIUltJIIiK
dorstancllng being that tho minute minuteihould teunulohouitl
ihould adjourn alter a brief Hesslon Hesslonand tw lolI lolIulIl
and Urns gtvt the committee an oppor opportunity nPllor1llIt ¬
tunity to fully hili consider thin moat 11I0 l Im Important 1111lollnl ¬
portant queaHoii qlle llol which most senators senatorslook 80nallrllook
look lUon I Oil In Ua present Hhape UR a aThe IIM
M o J A Afile
The Tnijetlng IlJctln of n the committee was wasmarked tlS tlSJnnrlrd
marked by b the > best of feeling on ltt lttpart
part nf all the members and all agree agrtedreadily agreele
readily le dllr to 11 piHImlnary lu fUKKi g tlfjn by byChairman b bthlllnllUII
Chairman Hurrows that tho question questionnhould 111111011IdlOlllll
nhould be nppioadiPd 1l from n purely purelynonpartisan purely1I01lpnrtlllnn
nonpartisan standpoint becauue h lnu of I 111 111lwl1ll to toRenerul
Renerul lwl1ll Importance tt WBB evident evidentliowever Ivllllnlhowl
liowever howl Ior that the Democrats DlIl1ol rall wen PIP In Inclined InlIlIlliI ¬
clined to apprehend Dome effort at 1 JIOII poli political ¬
tical capital by I the lh ItepnbllcanH anil 1111 the thechannel th
channel through which they IhA tnutiirosted tnutiirostedthl 111111ruIIcIIhlll
thl Ihlll wion beiiinio evident ltl 1I1 when hell Senator SenatorKoraker 8111101Irornkpl
Koraker nmde IJIt I the 8UICltlllon ug efllloii that there thereRhntild tIOreIIhollIl
Rhntild In a wM > rer r deRree of punish punishment l1unl h hIIIrllllllItI ¬
ment IIIrllllllItI meted out to Hcnator Tljlman than thanto
to Reiuitor McLnuiln Henator Duh lIhI lIhIIII lM lMnnt
nnt III thin nnniTentlnr n with lib a niKUllvc and andwhen millwhpl
when the HilKnedtlon UH nftiTWuidH nftiTWuidHmade I
made that Hrnaioi Tlllman Nhould b 141
called upon to prove 11Io before the com commlttee COI11tlttet
mlttee that the rlmriewhlch he luul luulrcpoatnd 11111relolllll1
rcpoatnd In the Ih n nute nllleIhnl lint hln col colICKIRUP colJiIJuh
ICKIRUP had h I yielded to undue Influencethere Influence II1t1ulIWcIhele
there WOK a hint that If thin matter matterMiould IMIIpshoulll
Miould be entered upon some senators senatorswould
would liiHlMt upon the reopenlnc of < > t tho thocharOR Ihorhr
charOR rhr c on file In the committee I In ron ronncrtlon connellIolI
ncrtlon with the election nf other sena senator 110MIJU ¬
tor which charges have ni n ver lr bfeu bfeui eel eelIIIHpo
i IIIHpo po ed of ofDuring ofDurin
During the mornlti mcetlne of thu thuommlllee thlCOllllnllll1
ommlllee Senator Ualley nollfied ltl tho thoItepubllran thllIolIbllrrm
Itepubllran members thn the Prrno Prrnocrnts
crnts would not mibmlt tu t J the nooption nooptionof 11otlOI 11otlOIot
of a I resolution suspending the Knn Knnnrollnn
1 nrollnn senators lie nald he ntnoed ntnoedthat ar1O11tJlIIl
that they Ihl > Y fllmuld be punished jlUnlllhld for rlilf rlilfbrflttch 1111IJrRlIdl
brflttch of the peace in II the presence Ilrc Inco of ofthe ofIhl
the senate but lie wan mtUllcd Ih IhDumocll ho hoDemocrats
Democrats would wOllltlllOt not submit to any anyft tIIIyrnetlll
ft W b l illilI dOIII ft ftpubllran
11 rnetlll J IItirePIc Illdlr611 mmruf III 111 111II
publlran II hlltlIli nterntiers nlerriU rlf of fhaxommlttca fhaxommlttcapiled h Qtnrnlttca e eIllIed
piled that they thCnKr nursed 111 as to the th tmwls tmwlsdom unwl110m
dom and Imprnrticnblllty of preecedlns ollllcccellinbr preecedlnsby
by way WII of suspension While no pros prospecllve IH I Ilpctl
pecllve statement Inlrm t of policy wao made madefrom mflueCtom
from the Republican side there wa IM IMcnolluh i ii
i cnolluh > nou h said to lend to the conclusion conclusionthat
that the proponed rnolutlon for suipen suipenRlon IIUI1enHloll
Rlon had been abandoned < l1 and that lh t thn thnpunishment Ihtlp1l1l19111nlnl
punishment siiRgcHtid MIIgI d will be I tn tho thoform thoform
form of censure Indeed some of ho Iho1Illulollrun hoItrpubllcan
Itrpubllcan members of the eommlt lommlIooPII < > o ouy
PII uy that this In practically tlic > only onlyIoume onlyrourle
Ioume open to them The Krpublnnni Krpublnnnihowever lttlllblhlnhllae
however will contend fov moie mo wvero wverorebuke Ilr Ilrjc1Juko
rebuke to Mr Tlllman than shall bt btIIdopIt M Mmlopted
mlopted tnuarila Mr McIQUrln nnd nndthe tntlIhe
the Democrats will resist this aiwrlm aiwrlmnation tlrlmInllllon
nation That Is I now the point of ofKreatost otIrliale
Kreatost t difference Illfterenceu
u
MISS ROOSEVELT TO KAISER I I
Washington Feb 36 36u GI o1lOlllig III
u copy of a cablegram sent tn the leI Oorman leIIIIlIn
man emperor e 111 1101111 yenterday Y Irdn from Nnv NnvYork t l lYnrlt
York by Miw Hoonevnlt HoonevnltHIM
HIM Jll Majesty the Kmiwror Herlln DerUnUerlllllI HerllnGermany
Germany GermanyGEN UerlllllIGEN
GEN tUKBAN tUKBANCAPTURED LUKBANCAPTURED
CAPTURED CAPTUREDAVnfhlngton
AVnfhlngton Keb JCQen fhnffec fhnffectoJny 1llrr 1llrr10t1I
toJny 10t1I y notUlwl nutl 4N UI8 Hi war ar department tint tintLieut thatIeu
Lieut Ieu Slrlbler of the Philippine couln lIIOulwaptlltflLl > coulncdpturwd
cdpturwd Oen Iukbwi Illkb on the 2nd Itmt ItmtThe IrlMlTh
The Th prisoner Ilrl nn r I II confined at LappwnAnother Lappwn lAlrUillIAllclher
Another capture Is recorded rpcu etJ In the theMin Ih IhhUIf
Min dlnpatch namely that of Wllllan WllllanItuniton William1Ullllon
Ituniton mid to 1 A deierler froncomiwny fron ITomrOlnllan
comiwny C Elihth infuntry who tlu hit hitIn hiliIn
In hli possession a lot of o anna nnd nndammunition linllnll1l1nlllulI
ammunition and Ml lit tlic tools neeery neee 1I1ICfINy
Ny ry for 01 tne th > making of o Ammunition AmmunitionHe 111I11I111 1 lion lionHI
He w wa captur4 by Second Lieut LieutIratt 111111Pratt
Pratt rim InfWUry at Kiglulan on onthe 011I
the I hit Inland of Sam MIIOar r Tii iteutetiant iteutetiantalso t1t ltllIlIlIl
also destroyed dp lroyllI the > ciiirel and fill he fac factory tuelary ¬
tory and killed kill 11 eoldlers besldw besldwrapturing tJellhl tJellhl11111Urlnr
rapturing all of Dunitonn correipon correipondenr corr lpnll lpnlldpn
denr denrThe
dpnlh The lh < rtlflclnl of the war depart department dlpartm ¬
ment m < n regard the capture IJtull of Iukban tin tinthe liltI
the I h most Imiiorttnt military event eventsince
since Agulnnldos rapture I He wnn run rundown Iundown
down on thp 1 lnnd of Samar Sam The Theplace
place of htf confinement If a tiny 11 11land
land In a bay nn the north coast of ofHamar
Hamar HamarIukban
Iukban Is one f Ui > > rnont enerwtlc enerwtlcand
and ferocloul of ribHn He Ii n half halfbrewl
brewl H mixture of Ililnose and Filip Filipino ¬
ino Block and he hsa been an irrecon irreconcilable ¬
cilable from the flrit He had vartouv vartouvfa
fa tne > wni In the mountains of Hainar Hainarfrom
from which he would descend upon the thetlH
tlH co it towns und hln reign of ter terror ¬
ror was mi complete that the entire entirepopulation
population of the Island paid tribute tributeto
to him n th i > rlc of fiodom from fromattack
attack Ordinary rnimialun method a afailed
failed In hl can and bis capture now nowIn
In Iwllered to tie tb > nntural working workingout
out of th syttwil nf dl idliiK the Is Island ¬
land Into email innrfs by military militarygarritoni
garritoni and making It lmji lbh for forthe
the Insurgents lo obialn food or slwlifr slwlifrffn
ffn Cnaffee ha nMered that Iuk Iukban ¬
ban bo tteated a a prisoner of wtr of ofolll
olll r8 rank rankImtt
Imtt of the Ilr t Infantry lias been beenengnstid
engnstid with forco of the enemy at atCaotgayan
Caotgayan north Samar and ha < enp enpturwd
turwd an American calling IKmHlf IKmHlfDunstoa
Dunstoa who devrted from rampuny rampunyC
C ot the Hl blh Infsnto which ID not notnow
now in the Philippine 1ihtt also M Mtured
tured x rifle four siiotKuns saveml savemlrevolvers
revolvers SS boloj and all of Abukes
The Moteor has been successfully successfullylaunched
launched I congratulate you nnd t ttlmnl
tlmnl you for your courtesy to me and andsend
send you my bent wishes wishesSigned
Signed SignedALICE ALICE LEB HOOSEVEIT HOOSEVEITtools
tools for maklnu ammunition Eleven ElevenKillplnos
Killplnos were killed AbukeH ROldlert ROldlertwounded
wounded his dattgliter who fell over a atpretlpieo
tpretlpieo when whs vui shut Abuka Abukaescaped
escaped escapedicriiiaii
icriiiaii TnrlfT ComproniUn ComproniUnBerlin
Berlin Feb JC The tarlit commlttea commltteaof
of tlio ndchstag today adopted the com compromise
promise amendment to the new tariff tariffbill
bill regarding the corn duties In spla splaof
of Ktrenuous opposition by tho goen goeninant
inant membHts The vote on the amend amendment ¬
ment was U ayes to lo noes noesTin
Tin discussion In the rummlttr pre preceding ¬
ceding the vote on the amendment WH WHvery
very bitter Count von 3chwi iInLort iInLortwltr
wltr Consenutlv in supporllng tlio tlioAinenilment
Ainenilment declared that threiUH of n ndissolution
dissolution of the rclthstag had 119 119terrors
terrors fur the Con erHtlves If th thgovernment
government detllned to meet the lilght lilghtUti
Uti he said the lafr would rt > fub < to tocognlM
cognlM their obligation tn co udu udutreaties
treaties Tho ooinnent was nttne nttneIn
In antagonism to th majority of > hu huralcltitag
ralcltitag and of the diet and tliern tliernfore
fore the mlnlMem wen responBlbio for forthe
the conspquencm conspquencmThe
The minuter of rommerie Hfrr Nocl Nocll
l r 111 reply appealed to the i < ntr ntrtM
tM to Iruflt In the troverument at tut tuthighly
highly erlttcnl moment The govern government ¬
ment WOH the best judge of nhat was waspossible
possible of achlei > m nt Its ottltuda ottltudawas
was not baaed on tivu nf the foreigwi foreigwibut
but on recognition of the necessity for formaintaining
maintaining the national extwri trad tradAny
Any failure to wmh an unileritandlng unileritandlngwould
would Imnn agricultuie agricultuieThe
The eommllle amendment passed by bytbe
tbe tariff committee raises the mln mlnmum
mum and maximum lutes on whcin aid aidcom
com to six and jkvrn and a half morKi morKip
p r JtiOO kilograms respectively and on onoata
oata and barley ta five and onehalf and andeven
even mark per 1000 kilograms respe respetlvsly
tlvsly tlvslyriromon
riromon Hit rlciTTy 1alllnB Mnd MndJltmlch
Jltmlch Bavaria Feb K Durinr a aOr
Or ti at DinkeUibtihle today the f fi
i house rollapttd nnd buried ir ni niwra
wra of the local volunteer flre orli i iThem
Them ia no hoi ot rescuing itu < i ialive
alive aliveWaahlnsto1
Waahlnsto1 F > b 28Presldcnt 28Presldcntloofoveh
loofoveh iiellng on the reeonun nda ndaIon
Ion of AttvOen Knox ha dismissed dismissedrthtir
rthtir I Noyea Judge for the Second SecondlUtrlct
lUtrlct of Alaska AlaskaTolstoi
Tolstoi Not In Immediate Danger DangerYalta
Yalta Crimea F b K All Immcdl Immcdlto
to danger of this death of Count Toliw Toliwol
ol a passed i

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