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C XIDIIII vr u wben xriTiEfl ouWllnttheNIy1 ou and helpyoll DESERET D E S ERET EVENING NEWS NEWSTKUTI1 ON ONSATUnDAYI ONSATUnDAYIvr tat SATURDAY columns of NIOHTfl the Ntnn tH n nr are Heal IIJHPI < jtifly jtiflystudied Es Estat
to Cila1 er I g mote effectiVO j studied by those Interested in IM IltjI i ior I IlIIakUOUI
lIIakUOUI IHaodolt fleC or sulllne Heal lt l Eitato EitatoXUMJJK1 JJ1t4 te I
j TKUTI1 ANITUESDAY ANn > lIIUEItT lIIUEItTJl IeIIu1uI
I Jl 1 i T1AR Yl AR 1 TUESDAY rllESDAY JANUARY HI lOa SALT LAKE LA K1 CITY CllY lIAl UIA UTAH UTAHWFIIS I I XUMJJK1 Nl N ° LM rJEl1 JI U 15 15Jl
kVI3RNORWELLS WELLS FXHAIKTIVF AND ABLE MESSA6E TO TilE LE61SLAfIJR
VERQR T T LUL J IWllm U J11T Iw Jl lit
GOVERNOR G HEBER M WELLS WELLSl
l > 1 l rlifij rlf His Is ll Mage Nc age to the tht Fifth Illennlal Iennlal Session of the Legislature Lrgllnture of ofthe otthe ofttie
the Ktate ftnte tflte of Utah ltah ltahj
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1 fSUMMARY 1 SUMMARY OF jOYERNOH OVERNOR VERNOI WELLS WELL MESSAGE MESSAGECongratulates M MESAgEongrttutaLes SAOE I Irongrlutates
Congratulates rongrlutates people of Utah unh on the eighth eighh year r of statehood st tchool and andthe nnl andtoyou
the ti toyou Joyous advent nlvent ot the new century centurR I IRefers
I Refers R te feelingly to the assassination nSSsslnaton of President McKlnlcy McI lnley and andfwrj nnl andfOrz
fwrj hoTlr greater nter restraint r stnlnt of lawlessness Inwlessiess and conspiracy conspiracySoflrid conspiracyi
i Soflrid gole1 ofitd hnrw ot May 1 1900 Is regretfully regrettulY alluded aluded to antI an d Daly DalyAYest Da Da1yI I y
1 Welt explosion mentioned mentonell In similar simiar vein veinclidcrground veint veinIderground I
t clidcrground tndrgroundmajnzlnel mapazlnes should ho declares declnres bo prohibited prohibitedThe prohlbltec
The senatorial question considered nnd election tl 1 oton ton of United States Statestcnators Statesenao StatesenatQrs
tcnators enao by direct Ilrect vote of people Is I favored favoredFinan tavoredl
l Finan FlnBrl Flnamil hi 1 rondltlon conlllion of the state Is good goo but revenues should shoull OUId be In Incress Incwd tncread
cress cwd cread d or r estimates r ttmate reduced reducedIrrig r rtdueedIrrigin ducedIs
Irrig Irrigin itinn Is 1 s claimed dalnlt to he the tle paramount parmount problem The The laws should shouldbe
be am smnejd n ThiiI Ji tl und Ind appropriation apIroprlaton granted In n aid thereof thereofImportin thereofI c
I Importin f of educational ducatonal question queston dwelt upon and am1 consolidation consoldaton of oficnool ofdttrl r
icnool di dlt dttrl M 1 t t ts i recommended rocommendcdI
I I P With good go Pure water and good dralnagl drnlnnl1 ttraInng should shouh be en encourag encourgl
courag courgl 1 1State 1Stat
State Stltp lards problem considered nt lenth Does not think with wil 1 1fir
drWU1 drawA fir furt rJr irt t reserves resrves In Interest ot o elate elateAt stnteArtI tUt tUtt
At ArtI t i n iv wt 11 experiment to bj tried with wih hopes of success successOutliving succesp ucce uccertrvIng
Outliving fr t Ing progress progrf of the University Univeriy of Utah and nll tho Agricultural Mrlculttal
IOHIW Colp Con p ih Art The Th State Industrial School doingsood doIng oo ood work workpli worlSpl workI
I Spl pli > iM I ionlHton omlitlon ot the school for the deaf dumb and blind bUnl nnd andI
I tsnmit s for f Kimlng two years cnl given givenA glenftate givenRte
A Jfitate Rte Inwile Jnlle Asylum makes I 1nttk kcs good ool shewing shelng Patients Fntents Increasing
ira rcirf re nmmended renmmpndP rimnendJ1ti nmmendedctit
1ti h ctit tlt pnson shows how decrease In number of convicts conl ts and Increase
of i prr r i hi a t tN
Pt b f 1
rbn P N ti iMI ml nuard funrd given much consideration cOlsldernU n nnd erection er of ar arnun
mr ara cton 1
mrt nun nded i iit o r
Thi m it 1 iunl hITI ir4 of horticulture hortculture praisednnd prnIel nnd estimates cSlmntea tinrites for the next nextof
two v a at prcv1 ro >
ul 1 f
FurIJ Purt rlJlon uvIIon for Improvement of Agricultural Agrlculurnl pork suggested suggestedmmcnlatlons suggestd suggestdJ 8ugestedA
J A 1 tl v 1 r rP rtu mmcnlatlons mmenlntons of the flh n h commissioner are commended commendeda commendedn
n 1 F Tl LAk a i Kxposliion EXflltlon of next lext year cr Considered onsldcre Uollives Belaves the cx cxi cxIruflabe +
P i I iirofltable nnd nnl o munends lunends the matter m Lter to the LojlBla LojlBlavoralilo Lslsla LosIar
tu tuof r > voralilo Iorahl consideration considerationand 1
I I in TE T Lt and a Clarke Centennial at Portland Portand shoulde shouh sh ukFbo e participated participatedhoard partcipated
I 7 F Fit 0 hoard of equalization equllznton shows marked Increase Incrnse In nssess asess 1
DHh 1 11 Ui paiit pf 1 two years yearsi rors oursj 1
Ui 0 j i > c mmlsslon mmlliiol Is naidcd and legislation legislaton to thnt end 13 UiTd 13y +
m r I y ford iTd iTdaW law aW Is nalarHl cnsidere ° ° nml an the suggestions uggostons of the com comih
> r nll flid flidr d dof
r 1tv 1 In ih ularlei of Jujtlccs of the court nnd
of nlf1 JUstce supreme Judged Judgedun
tv t 1 il I supreme
I t tth
un recommended n and
tvs rlmmenlltd as Just proper properMlnenui propertuental
s T1 XII Mlnenui farms fam In different dlrlrent sections Iectons aro favored favoredT t
I I 1 1 11 lueitlon Uon receives rcive much attention nnd Its different
1 T1Ih 1 i > rably rabl presented presentedur atenton Is Ilfrnt
11mentell I 1 1I 1I
Ih 1 I oUry ur of 0 t states tate rcornrnendInSr t
I rll attos report rCplft rccomrnendlngf rcconlnendlng amendments to the X 1
I j 8 TH t Indorsed 1111or d J JiW 1 1aw
tc ° iW aw 1 is I recommended reommenllet and the separating separatng of youthful outhtul from trol J
IIn i1n1 nnl criminals
I > ciminals subsisted subsistedi Utgtlted f fth
th 1 I i t ot > t the various rot state Boards oart and others given personal personar +
i r praiseworthy and gratuitous fcurvlccs fcurvlccsi lrvlces lrvlcesa
In Ina Inut
a I i ln n th governor rOMor suggests sUrmCts that the spirit spiri which whch should shoul
I Il Mature fltUre should IhOlld b thnt thlt of promoting the welfare of the
ut L I h fore recommends rlomP0nta harmony IJromotng thl C j 1
I LL J I
LLj j
ll5 ivace i e to the th Log Logis LO Lograd
ItS is ri t rad ad d by b him to tof
fth this
II ft f the Moate Mlate and andA
i
II t A frlaact ganc at the theH thewi theljjw
< ljjw H S will wi suffice to tot too1umlnou
1 n t olumlnous em emMirrethlng omumethlng emmething
Mirrethlng over er 15 15ring 15ring
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ring a 1 wide range rangeof
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II r of more or less lessi 1esS
8 S i in
i I i The messigernor messige meUcerors
o
rnor rors s uwal ulal happy happyto
t to with wlh rant rllt at ati
i ot f the lawmakers lawmakersatunded lawmakorsat
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< n f atunded at ne the scs scsf 8esot es esflIertanIng
ot f nactrtalnlng nactrtalnlngTIe
th s Rlrt3lnlng Rlrt3lnlngut1
ri TIe ut1 on the th mat matlh mat matht
lh ht full text of the theTI theTi
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TI Ti TIIJ MISSAOH MISSAOHr 1SSMm 1SSMmJ
L Y r J thl the r l latlr ture of
I It Ii
y I n l becomes ome again againminldito oJln
Cl c llnkate minldito to 0 you ou In InlStutlnnai
t 1 lStutlnnai sIIUnl re tlulre < iulre
I h 11 nJ1lon nlon W the mate maten
rn ndatonl ndt1oas n I may b3 b3n
n
ijjH r r1Clol
dwmod 1Clol expedient This I duty dut nrsum nrsumtht sum sumthl
tho thl fonn of o n pleasure plPur when ns lS at atprttent 3tNnt atpepent
prttent tho th olTnlr ofnll of the the common commonWMlth common1Ilh commonv
WMlth 1Ilh v Ith are io satisfactory MUsaNor nhd nnt suli sulisCbntlal su susChntalls uli ulisCntIaI
sCbntlal sChntalls ns to evoke okQ universal unh rllttutle rllttutleTho gratitude gratitudeTito
The opening openinG of thr thl elRhth lllth year ear of ofcur ofCur o otur
cur Cur exlstuiicc UlStl11C under statehood Itateh011 flnds fndl us ushappy lS lShnpII ushappy
happy jxtictful Ilcful nnd 1d nd prosperous prfurous The Thepisi Thp TIup1st
pisi t two y ytate tats r8 have been i truly trly gener generous generous generou ¬
ous ous ou In their bestowal ltoal of good gO gifts iina upon uponcur uloncur uponcur
cur i people ° iIe Our agricultural olrlcllurAI antI live livestock 1 livetoc1
stock iIaI toc1 Interests Int < rees have hl nourished lourllhet our ourmanufacture ourl1nlflltlre ournianuroeture
manufacture l1nlflltlre and ti commerce have ex extended extfndl cxUnded ¬
tended tfndl Into new nnd fertile rertle fields nlis our ourrnnw outmntg ourmnca4
rnnw mntg have h3e yielded ylold freely fI of o their rock rockbound rk rkbountl rockbound
bound treasure trure No 0 legitimate 1lilm to Industry
has his languished Innglllhed Success SUl has ha smllcj smllcjtijion smleJ smleJfon smlIeJuon
tijion fon our enterprise < nttrrlle nnd health hllth has hasabided hn hasnbWe
abided nblw In pur homes homtl Labor Jl r has ha bln blnIn been beenIn
In steady stl1d tead cVinnnd 11tand and with wih glad JJnt con contentment cn cnttntmnt eontentment
tentment ttntmnt has rccelvwl rrel remunerative remunerativehire NmuneraUohir
hire hir Ojipltnlmol Caplnlmoat timid Iml Of suitors suitorsl 8ulo
l 111 lti > ns thrown thtwl away na Its iA fears fMI Can and boldly boldlywmrled Olll OlllcNlrted boldlyeourted
wmrled success sUrCI in 11 schemes IhemM or Imiws ImiwsIng ImIls ImIlsIng ImpoIng
Ing magnitude mngnlulle Consumer C01suler and nlll producer producerhave > tu rOdUrhave r rhwo
have been b n alike nlkPJattnkcl partaker of the gen general generol n ¬
eral 111 welfare All Allnllu Influenced hce and an111 nil the theftments t thePmentu e eImcnte
ftments Imcnte f sh1 uK > m to have hlVe united Inlw In eau raucInr eauln alt
Inr In our ur advent Into the new ne century centurybe rntll
be be b Joyful and nnr an serene rcnl I sincerely tlnccrl con concrntulnte co cocmtull cogrntuInt
cmtull crntulnte ydu therefore thertor on n osscmblln osscmbllnunder assembln assemblnunder a5CmbIlIIunder
under circumstances chumltncts at once so satisfy atlt IAttfV
V
Ing IlS OH to the past and cUII present JJesent and BO BOpropitious s o oItoPitIoUs 1
propitious leplloU8 for tho thl future fuluieFor tutureFor futureFor
For such uIIIIIallegllntol general legislation as natur naturally latur laturnly naturally ¬
ally nly comes cote before tho peoples I Pe > Clllos ° lIO represen representative rlfsen rlfsentltvo represontatives ¬
tative tltvo at t emli eUlh succeeding succeedlll session 901101 you youwill youwi YOUvtlI
will wi need netd no n other recommendation lclonlneldlton than thansuch thaneh thansuch
such eh an al a may IIY be bl incidentally Incdontaly offered orcred by byway byay byway
way ay or reminder rlllner In other portions of ofthis otthis ofthis
this mrowHge t ASg and In < In the various report rcportHwhch reportwlh
whch hch wIll U1 11 bo 10 laid 1al before Itorl you I am al not notaware notnwnrc notcwtire
aware of the need leIll of any In great gr1 num numucr nUIHUCI nutiUCk
ucr UCI of 0 n tI ° w laws U I has been blu nptlv nptlvwld nlt nltMltl aptisf4l1
wld that while hil prosperity may IOY be dos dostroyed dotroyed dosIroycil
troyed by b mlirhevlyun tl chellOUI enactments It Itcan Itcn itcan
can cn never Itsolf let be created CrlIIt by law lawaione mw mwaone nw nwnion
aione fho strength of a 1 state tlte exists existsnot existsnot existsnot
not In til multitude mull ulle and nld complexity cOlple1Ity of ofIts atIta ofits
Its statutes It I Is their clearness CICrnl con connl Conit on onKI
nl it lICY iicy and Justice JUltcoln Jutlcoln In a word WId their theirharmonious thei thelvharmonious
harmonious hllmtniols perfection perCectolwhlch jerfeetiouwhlchghes whlchgtves glel eta stability ItaIJI etaInlity ¬
bility IJI to the thl social Rodnlsstol system Such 8 ch crudi crudities crudlte crudities ¬
ties te and nld errors as lS experience Jntiy nn havo havochmvn hlvo hlvohnwn havoIllMvn
chmvn to oxlst In our present prlant laws Inwarhould lawl lawsrhould
rhould with wih care and calmness cnlmnos bi > cor corrected Nlrr or orrcted ¬
rected r ctell without wlhout delay doln Much further furthertlmn furthertlnn furtherthan
than tlnn this however wo 0 may mlY lel wou oll hcsl hcsltoto hcsltnto testtote
tote to go Kne Ive where nt wlsdomu wlsdomuprompting wtslloml wtslorntprompting
prompting prollJtn tho enactment ennctmelt of new and andwl nn l lWOhYSitflO
wl olesmno wlol0lle legislation will wi promote prolte nnl th thpeneral the theJ theeeneral
peneral J ntrnl welfare > as al well wel n ni give Illl to In Indlvdual Indlvdunl tndlvdual
dlvdual capacity cnpacly the fullest tulest scope for forupon torLIOn fortIOII
upon tide tiia latter Inltr after ntel all ni depend th thprosperity 1M 1MIlwsporlty thelrosperity
prosperity of the whole In II these thel laborw laborwyou IRorM IRorMOU labonYOU
you OU may 11 rely ro not only upon my most mostccrdhil tot totcwlhll mostccrIhd
ccrdhil aid but also nll upon my m endeavor endeavorIn etlpor etlporII
In II giving to the laws Iuwl honest und ull Intelli Intelligent Intell Intellgentndmlnlstmton intelilgent ¬
gent gentndmlnlstmton gentndmlnlstmtonSSSSI administration ndmlnlstiatlonASSASSINATION administrationAStSSUATION
ASSASSINATION SSSSI ATION AND ANAHCHISM ANAHCHISMIt ANAICla r
I It comes but wldom IJhom hlom to t a I people plIle tu tuoxfcrlcna1 t tiflxrerIemu
oxfcrlcna1 ouch ludl u I depth d llth of sorrow HOrOI an anthat anthat ll llthnt
that Into Ilto which this thllnutCn nation was plunged plungedwhen plung1wtn Plungeltie
when the news IIWS was Ial Hashed abroad from fromIluffalo fromBuftalo ruin ruinIluttalo
Iluffalo on the Cth of September lobn lobnthan los losathan
than a I year I nnd a half ngo that tin tinlovable th thluvable
tn tnlovable
110
lovable and Inl beloved blloved chief chle magistrate magistrateWilliam 11lstrate 11lstrateWJlnm xnagstrnteWilliam
William WJlnm JIcKlnlcy lrcIlnlc had har fallen folen under the thored tl thered
red hand hnl1 of the assassin n sa8 II Thethird Thtthlrd The third ot otour otur ofour
our ur presidents to he the wearer wrrcr of a amartyts n amartyrs
martyrs crown this thl pure and lofty loftygentleman lott loftygentleman
gentleman Genteman seemed least lent of 0 all ni to de deSive de doSMVC
Sive 8 his cruel fate No wild wlt passion passionstill passionaWl asslonsstill
still survived UrvJed ns CS a tcoleq consequence elco ot the thestormy tht tli tlistociny
stormy billows bloWH of fratrIcidal war No Noanger 10 10nn Noanger
anger nn r born of political poltical feud eu Method lthel Iri Irithe 11 li
the maniacs mnlaca distorted rlstorted brain A frcjlj roil roilly
ly Iycemcntrr cemented union of fio llcll groat t common commonwealths rOOmOn rOOmOnwcalhs conmonwenitlis
wealths wcalhs whoso whos patriotism ulrotrl atrIotleii and oacrl oacrlllco sacrilice arrlIco
lice Ico had hul lately latel brought broulht them Into thr thlx thrbowlH thrlxiils
lx bowlH > nds of closest clo brotherhood a tiilghty tiilghtyrepublic Illghtrepublc lghtyrepublic
republic republc enjoying the tm supremest supremIst pios piosppity 11oa 11oaprly irosPeitY
ppity prly the world had ever seen with withthe wih wihthe witlthe
the fair prospect plo peet of profoundly JItoundly greater greaterpchlevenunts Gr greaterochlevenients nter ntertchleemts
pchlevenunts tchleemts In the future a festal festaloccasion teRtaloraslon festalorasion
occasion oraslon of grateful Joy for what wha hat had hadbeen hnllbltn itidbeen
been bltn and what was Ilsstl still to be accom accomplished l aceomlliRlIed com com1lshl ¬
plished 1lshl a statesman ItntCmnn twice twie honored honoredvlth h0lorel1 hojioredItlI
vlth 11 ItlI the expressed txpr sCI confidence conlenct of hh hhfellow hl hltlo hisfellos
fellow tlo citizens for or the most exalted eXlltell of ofearthly otearth ofcartlily
earthly earth oillces olccs a man whose purity I1nly of oflife orlo oflife
life lo and beneficence bonolronce of purpose alike alikelifted alke alkelier alikelifted
lifted lier him above lbove even en the breath brtnth of ofFlander otrJnnler ofdander
dander rJnnler or fr r tproochth rproacitliese ptoach these the circum circumstance circumBtnnc clrcumstances ¬
stance and artl thlp thll the victim Ictm of the foul foulrrlme toulcImI foulrrime
rrlme cImI which that fateful autumn nut lmn morn morning mor mornlag ¬
ing shocked hockel the thf civilized cJlze world worl1 Vheth Whethrr VhethT
T rr r us n the gallant gllant youthful outhtll soldier solller of the thewar theal theWar
war al for the Union Unlol or ns I tho prudent and andconpclentlous andcOIFcleltoUI andconscleitlous
conpclentlous cOIFcleltoUI lawmaker Ilwllaklr or as the sa sagacious 8 snflOClotis ¬
gacious rtdoul and farseolng chlc executive executiveor excute excutenr
or ns ni the devoted husband hllbnnd and the gen gentle gentle gentie ¬
tle Christian Chrjptan who truly Iru loved God 001 and nndhlr anllhlr andlilt
hlr fellowmen telolltuln eliovmenin In whatsoever whntoeor light lght we wemay W8m svainy
may m y regard rpJf1rd him hll his character was wasequally wnequlI
equally equlI admirable admlrble his hIl example exampl and nnt In Influence 11 1r 1rfluence ¬
fluence equally eIUllr lignl henlun n Ills U lift and andwork anIwork atilwork
work won W tor him hll unqualified nqualll Itt respect respectand re8p respctaiid cl clnld
and nld reverence recrnce wheVever h river the rcoriTof rom ot nU hi hiIlelr hiscttleer nUcateer
was rend while be personally bpersonallvlIovod
cateer Ilelr Wn whie tQ t personallybeloved personlhIjlo
beloved Ijlo 1 more mor as 11 a I brother hrther than a I friend friendhe
he needed nced d but hit to be knQwn knownWe knQwnW
We W V nre now no longer 10nJcr stirred strred by b the thehot thehOI thehot
hot anger end old revenge which filled Oied the thenational thenatonal thenotional
national natonal mind Immediately after the theiiendful thedrendtul thecircotiful
iiendful deed d which resulted rcsuled In his un untimely untmel untimely ¬
timely tmel inking takln off or The murderer hn hngone hM hMgon hasgone
gone gon to his account the thl law Ia has been beeni beanlnllclted beenvindiented
i Indicated lnllclted And nd yet et there twr possibly re remains remnlns remains
mains n I duty dut upon us which should ehoullnot ehoullnothe not notbe notho
be postponed Jotpon 1 If I the divine mandate mandatebe
be 1 ample Imple that he who sheds mans mansblood manahloll
blood hloll by man shall hal his blood blol be shed slicdthen sher shedthen
then every tel requirement rquirement In this car cnrl > boa hnsbroil hlll boabreit
broil bfln satisfied sntRfCI Indeed no penalty penal can canfurher cnnfUr canfurther
further fUr her go But peoples people and nld nations nationssometime ntons ntonsRmltm ntttonsotnetlmea
Rmltm sometime scotch lotch evils evils Instead InRtear nf o ex exterminating exterminatng oxterminating ¬
terminating terminatng them The wickedness wlcketn s of ofnnrrthlsrn ofanerhlsm t tnnrnhilm
nnrrthlsrn nnrnhilm as shown in cornft lom of Its Itsexponents It Itsoxionents I
exponents lpOncnt8 and results resuls Is hideous hlteou and anddamning nndtlamnlnJ andInflfllflg
damning tlamnlnJ Fieedom 1 lcldol of speech Ipteh and 11 of ofthe otthp oftim
the priSH P1 Is I > a wiered rMt safeguard Hteguaf1 a bul bulwark bulwnrk butwark ¬
wark of our Institutions Institutons which none nonewould noneould nonen1ld
would bo IJ o r so > senseless HenSless ns n to assail nSal Yet Yettlcie Ytt YtttCIP Yetttci
tlcie tCIP Is n I plain hlll broad hrold line lne between betweenliberty bctweenItprtv betweenlltirrty
liberty Itprtv and nnll license ICtII0 which legislators legislatorsnnd lel181atorl
and Judges s should Ihoul1 be Competent COIPofnt to de define d dnrt define ¬
fine nrt The one means menn all 01 good gaol tho other othermay ol1er ol1ermnr othermay
may memi INJI untold harm I nm nl of the thaopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that unbridled unbrdlC exhortation exhortnton to tolawlfifnpw tolwll tolayIeness
lawlfifnpw lwll np and nll conspiracy Is II clearly clearlyoutside cJtlrlv cJtlrlv011111f clearlyoutsili
outside 011111f thi tI > luminous IlmlnouR boundary boundf which whichencircle whlrhInrrrR whichcqeIrrs
encircle InrrrR thn th right of otCreo free speech mid nndtherefore nrd nrdthHtfpr midtliercfre
therefore thHtfpr should < be the suhleot luhJeot of quick quickand quickInll quickand
and Inll effective eflcte restraint rstrint Not le 1188 less Im Impies 1mplesld Impressed
pies plesld pressed ed nm 01 I with the view that so soatrocious soatrrlous enatrocious
atrocious atrrlous a crime ns n conspiring conlplrlnF to kill killor ki killI
or I attempting atlltnl to kill klt the President rsldent or orany ornH orails
any nH official ofcial In line Inp of presidential presltntnl BUC BUCces surceMlon euccession
ces cession lon should sh ulll subject slhj t the guilty ltly to tocondign toconllln tocondign
condign conllln punishment punlhnHnt It I Is the thl tim intent intentwhich Inentwhich inJentvhIcli
which constitutes rnmtuts tho e soncc 1180nrO of the thecrime theIrlme thecrinto
crime Irlme and there Is poor logic ant weak weakJtiFtlce weallurtc weakhirtlce
JtiFtlce lurtc In liberating IbtmtnJ After tter a brief con confinement conftlnllt confinement ¬
ftlnllt finement a 1 criminal who sccklnK the thelife thele thelife
life le of another and especially e ltal of the thepresident thoprQ thepresident
president prQ lllent only 11y falls Cnl In taking tnltng It It1cnu It1cnuorportunly becauw becauwopportunity boeauiorportunity
opportunity orportunly or accident comes com In the theway theIV thew1v
way IV I shall phnl therefore theretor be I pleased to tocobpornte tocooperntl tocnoperate
cobpornte with wlh you OU In strengthening strengtheningour 1trnlbonlnl 1trnlbonlnlour
our code In nnv direction dlllon In vrhlrh whlrhnot whlrhnotIn not notin
in hlttornesp hltorntsp or Indignation Inl1gaton hut ut with witheilmnos vIthctImness lh lhehnnOI
eilmnos ehnnOI and wisdom wilom nail ns n one of ofthe ottht ofthe
nul
the tht Iswns 1fn of this great Iat calamity cllmly you youmpy yOUIIY youiney
mpy IIY see fit ft to propose prl1 e amendment amendmentPROTECTION nmcnd amendmentPItOT1CTION lent lentIIOTICTIN
PROTECTION IIOTICTIN TO MINKRS MINKRSTwo mmnsTwo
Two years ago It I was wal my 1 painful painfulduty painfultut painfulduty
duty to report one of the most appall appalling a appallIng IPII ¬
tut
ing coal mine disasters In the history historyof
of the vorldthe Scofleld SloOeh horror which whichoccurred whichacurrell whichoccurred
occurred acurrell May 1 1MO 19 nnd to rocom rocommend recommend om omI
mend as n precaution prlcnuton against asnlnst the re recurrence reo reocurrence reeurrence ¬
currence of such calamity colimly measures measuresfor mcnsurs mcnsurstor
I for the most rigorous rigoroil Inspection In8pecton of coal coalmines co1mlnel coalmines
mines mlnel coupled couJllet with wih the severest penal penalties pennlties ennl ennlI ¬
ties for or the violation Iolnton of the law The Therecommendation Thertcommtllaton Therecommfltlatton
I recommendation fes rtcommtllaton was adopted antI our ourstatute nuratatute ourstatute
statute books now contain provisions provisionscalculated prlllons prlllonsclculnttl provisionscalculated
calculated clculnttl to reduce to a I minimum the thepossibility thepos8Ibll theposlbliltY
possibility pos8Ibll of such a catastrophe In the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future While hle there have been but 14 14fatal 1 14fatal
fatal accidents ncldentl In and uoout utut our coal coalmines co1mils coitmines
time timean exceedingly exceedinglysmall eceedhiig1ymnlI lll I
mines mils since that timean an e1c <
small 1111 percentage lerceII l considering conshlrrnr the thonumber Ihonumbr thenumber
number numbr of men employed emlloytlth thV biennial biennialterm Ilonolal Ilonolalterm biennialterni
term has hls not passed pos cli without a sicken sickening sickenInS sickealag ¬
lag mine horror horor approaching npIoehlng In magnl magnitude magnltute magnltude ¬
InS tude to Carbon county count disaster < 1puter 1 Ire Irefer re refer refer ¬
fer tute to the dreadful explosion rploslon In the theDalyWest theDBItst theDatyVeMt
DalyWest mine Summit county countywhich countywhich countywhich
which occurred o urtd on the tU Itth of July Jul
1902 through which 31 3 lives 1s were lost lostdirectly lostIlretl iostdirectly
directly Ilretl 19 besides beslils four others other through throughthe thrugh thrughthe
the heroism which hlch prompted JJrmlltcd attempts attemptsat atempts atemptsnt
at rescue rrslUt Though Thollh not required lulrol by the thelaw theInw themw
law to do so the state Itate veal ull mine In Inspector InIpto inspector ¬
spector Ipto visited hled the scene of the catas catastrophe Oatnstrol1he datastrophe ¬
trophe nt my request reqtla and sVraltted 11lltol a areport I Ireport areport
report which will wi be found appended 3J1tldt to tohis tohis tohis
his annual report for lW2 10 To 0 this thll I In Invite Inle invlte ¬
vite your our special specnl attention ntlnton He found foundthnt tOlml tOlmlthat foundthat
that le the disaster dlsster was as the result of the theexplosion theQxplolon theexploiofl
explosion of a magazine on the 1290 1290foot I IOOfoot I
foot level of the mine mlnl In which were werestored wereItorll werestored
stored Itorll between four and five tons of ofpowder otpowder ofpowder
powder nbout n thousand thouPlnd pounds pUUt of ofwhich otwhch ofwhich
which whch according Iccorlnl to his hil estimate cstmnte ex exploded exIllollollenlnl cxit0t
ploded Illollollenlnl it0t leaving the rut to burn caus causing caustag nusIng
ing a tremendous heat unit Intt the th genera generatlon genemtion cnem cnemton
tlon of a vast Ist quantity qunntty of gn g gai which whichwa whichwas
ton all human life lifewithin lifewithin
wa VaM Instantly InltantY fatal to al lte ltewithin
within Us Il it deadly range rie His 11 recom ¬
mendation tlldnton that underground Itlergloult magazines magazinesin mOllzlns mOllzlnsIn maasinesIn
in mines mltcl be bt prohibited Jruhlbltct will wllslarc stareily l find findopposition lihdOpposition Ihloppositon
opposition oppositon vUh nh this shocking accident accidentfresh uecilent uecilenttrl ttcchoiitfresh
fresh trl h in mind mlnt 1 give It my unqualified unqualifiedendorsement unqunUfed unqunUfedclllorsCllnt unqualifiedendoreeintnt
endorsement clllorsCllnt and 0111 cmphnth Cllllhutknly eniplunthally ally urge lit litconnection 11 11connecton litconnection
connection connecton with tho Baino I0 subject slljett that thatyou tmt tmtou thatyou
you ou glvu early oarl consideration conallpton to all allother al allother
other phases of tho matter of protec protection J1rottctol Protction ¬
tion tol to men mIl employed In the tht precarious precariousoccupation precAriousocupaton precariousoccupatIon
occupation ocupaton of mining Ilnln Wo owe ole to hu humanity hl hitinnnlty ¬
manity monlt the tht duty dlt of safeguarding sntcguudlnbyeery by byevery byevery
every possible pOl8111e legislative leRlslatve means Illll th thlives tho tho1ts thhivee < >
lives 1ts of those thoenJllll engaged In this leading leadingIndustry lendlQ hoadinifindustry
Industry Induly of our 011 state Itlte There Th le should Ihoull he henuiple hl heample
ample provision for competent and andthorough endthorough nt
thorough Inspection Inspect 101 by the proper Iroler olll olllclal 01 outchal
clal not only of coal mines but of all allkinds 11 nitIcluids
kinds Illda of u underground Indersround workings 1orkl1ht vhuro whurethe whiurothe vhurothe
the health healh and safety sAlU of men tel are In Involved II involved ¬
volved olvtd and ve shall shnl lie lacking In the thefulfilment thl theulilItuient
fulfilment tu I I Ilm t of our responsibility tjonslblty If wo wofull wnful Wefail
full ful to preient by every ever preenuilon Plocfltun In Inour II Inour
our ur power the t recurrence reculcnce ot these be bei le lena1nt beieasemefttS
i easement na1nt to our community and nndthese 11 11Shese andhoso
these hoso shocks to our civilization civilizationELECTION cvllznton cvllzntonI civilizationiLECTION
ELECTION I LECTIN OI 0 > 1 SLNATOU SLNATOUThe SHNfOI
The ThE vacancy which will wi occur occur In InUtahs InUtnhs inUtah
Utah representation representaton In II the upper upptrhouse upprhOI upperhintise
house hOI of Congress Comre51 on the 4th of March Marchnext MarchIcxt Marchnext
next Icxt brings Irlnf1 before you ou HH II one or of ydui yduifirst rlIH rlIHtrlt yluefirst
first trlt und ull most Important dutloK the thochoosing thl1choollnl thecthooslng
choosing choollnl of t one of youi youI felloW telo citizens citizensfor cllzonl
for or the high hllh oillce 0110 of United States Statessenator Htatsaelnlor Htatessenator
senator aelnlor The lhl traditional tralllonnl quality lualty and andcaliber Ala Alacnlbel anticaliber
this thisgreatest thisgreatest
caliber cnlbel of the men composing compollnG thll
greatest of nil ni deliberative dclblrtvl bodies bod 111 In 11 thin thoMorld thuvorld thinorid
Morld orid as I every American 1trhun Is proud to tobelieve 10holeve toieiieve
believe holeve It suggests U gclt the thought thou ht that no nostato nostnto nostate
state can cln afford ufort to be In that august augustcompany UUgU8tcompnn augustcompany
company unworthily 11Othly represented 1 am amsuie Ri anicute
cute lure you > ou realize realr the giuve glue responsibil responsibility rt9ponslbl ¬
ity I which thciufore thellfore rests re t9 upon UpOI you ou and andhave nni antihave
have hl vI no doubt your selection llleton iection will 1 be beacceptable beacceptable e earccptnble
acceptable to your OUr constituents con ltltnts und nndcicdliable undrclllable andcredhiaLle
cicdliable rclllable to tho state I venture tho thohope thohoCe thehope
hope that In the fulfilment rulOment ot this duty dutythcie tut tutthce let letlicie
thcie will wil bo b no unneceitsiiiy ulnecesluy waste Wlste or ortime oftmc o1tune
time tmc to the delay ellY and aOI the thl expense o ensQ of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the regular re llur and ald Important work ot the thosession theSl89101 thesessloti
session sessionAt Sl89101
At t thIs point I llm am m constrained coustrlnCll to re rendlrm reo reonOrm reaffirm
affirm nOrm the views expressed in roy mts mtssago m tnsugo l
sago two years cnl ago ai U to the thl desirabil desirability reHlrnbl ¬
ity of electing clectn United States Htntel senators senatorscs
cs I we now elect elect United Unl d States Htltls reproach representatives rcpreslttlttS reproachtatives ¬
tatives tlttS by by direct ote of the people Jlople H Hought I Itought
ought not nt to bo possible 110ssiM for flr is legisla legislative legl8lnthe legislittive ¬
tive deadlock or the obsllnucv olstnu ur ma machlnntlons mi hulachinations
chlnntlons hlnl tons of candidates cundhlltes and nll their sup supporters IUII IUIIporler cupporters ¬
porters porler to deprive teCJrlo any nn stiitp stltP of Its It con constitutional C Catttonal cana > ¬
stitutional atttonal a tl Lii t loan I repreHenlatlon represenlnto rep In this thisbranch thll tit is isbranch
branch of the national latonal Congress longrcss Yet Yetsuch Yetsuch Yetsuch
such deprivation deprhalon has hl3 occuirei occurollln occurred In sever several severul severat ¬
al recent Instances InstCnoos our own state being beingone helngonl beingone
one onl of thc sufferers sutercrs anti the fact tlet em cmptmslzcs emphaslzcs emhtisiZes
ptmslzcs u defect in the present plan planwhich planwhich platiwhich
which calls cals for speedy correction cOIrecton The Thepeople ThinPeople fhoIleope
people muy ml he depended upon Ulon to pre prevent prevent lirevent ¬
vent any such anomaly if I the Ih ptver to toelect t telect toelect
elect by direct Ilrct vote ote were ero placed In their theirhundn theirhundI theirhiindc
hundn Moreover Ioeoler questionable Iuosloll and Im Impiopcr 1mproper tinproper
>
proper methods to fleet rlcct one candidate candidateor candllate candllateor
or defeat other candidates cnnildftes would lose losotheir 1090their losetheir
their efficiency clclfnc under the system pro proposed proposel liroposed ¬
posed posel From 1 101 every consideration cOBllleruton and andwith nndwIth nailIth
with Ith a sincere Ilncere conviction conlcton which the theliipsp thohl61 thelnpse
liipsp hl61 of time tme serves Rer but to strengthen strengthenI
I advocate the adoption of measures measuresand lonsllrl measuresand
and the cultivation cultvnton of a I sentiment ntlcnllool ntlcnlloolIng look lookIng Inoiclag
Ing to this essential eS8etlll change hnnj Of course courseIt
It will wi Involve an amendment to the theConstitution theConstuton theConstitution
Constitution Constuton which all ni agree nlCr should shoull not notbe nutbe notbe
be lightly IIhty tampered tnlpend with wih Hut Jut the thi need needfor needtor needfor
for the change chlnge Is II as palpable and nd the thedemand thedomnnll thedeinanil
demand for It Is growing 1mIJ with suth suthrnpldlty lutb lutbrllldl quthmnpldlty
rnpldlty rllldl that It Js co clrtQ cayt9 yto foretell fordel tliii tliiiremoval tl thoromoval
removal rtmoal of all C11 obstacles obltncle at no n distant distantday dlslantday distantlay
day and the Introduction Introructon of the meth method melhoil method ¬
od In all ni respects conformable to the thespl thepllt thesplit
spl split It and GenIus of American Institu Institutions InsUI institulions ¬
lions 0119
FINANCIAL FINANCIALIt FIANCIAL FIANCIALI
It I Is s dlfllcult to summarize or to re review revIew review ¬
view with wlh much brevity bllI a 1 report repot nf nfsuch ntsuch ofaucit
such vital I l Interest and significance as asthat lS lSthnt asthat
that of the state auditor which em embodies emboles cnnbodies ¬
bodies boles a statement stntelent of conditions condItons and III a aseries aseries aseries
series ot recommendations rlcommendations that will wil re require require requlre ¬
quire your most lost careful study stud and Ind con consideration canRlderton coneldemutlon ¬
sideration Rlderton I shall shal therefore thettore attempt attemptouly attemptoul attemptouly
ouly oul u I passing allusion alusIon to some of the theprincipal thelrlncl1nl theIrinc1vai
principal lrlncl1nl features of the subject com comminding commcndlnr coininemiding
minding mcndlnr to you fl the document In Its Is en entlrety entret entimely
timely tret with wih Ithi the single observation obsernton that thatthe thlt thltthe thattime
the vltVI ks expressed nnd the nmend nmendmvnts lmend lmendmlnt8 anienilmeats
meats suggested slggeste are supported slpportlt by ly the theteachings theteachings tImeteachings
teachings of t experlenre eXIlrltnre and ore found foundnecessary toundneleSS3 fmtit1necessary
necessary neleSS3 In simplifying shnllfylng Mid n1 perfecting perfectingthe perfoctng perfoctngthe
the work of this department lpartment of govern government governin oler ¬
ment mentWe lt in eat eatWe
We nre all al to be congratulated upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the excellent excclent flnnndai Olaneil condition conditon of the thestate thesta thestate
state sta te Tho assessed asse jod valuation alua ton of prop property 11ropcrt property
erty crt for the purposes IlnIOM of taxation taxnton has hasundergone h9undergone hasundergone
undergone the extraordinary etmortnu Increase Increaseof Incroee Incroeeof
of over 18000000 OOOO slnro inco 1S99 largely largelydue Ilrgely Ilrgelyd largelydue
due d e to Improved business conditions conditionsgenerally condlton condltongOlerlll conditionsgenerally
generally gOlerlll anti ald to Industrial 1IIIustrlni growth and andactivity andlelvlty andlictisity
activity lelvlty This 1hll Is exceedingly excl > lnllr gratify gratifying gratifying mtty mttyIng ¬
ing ns Indicative 1lllcltle of o stability stnblltr and nndlrog nndlrogrl8S prog progres1 progroes
roes rl8S Hut lut with wih the thl increase In wealth wealthnnd wenlh wealthnial
nnd 111 population populn ton comes COIES also nn Increased Increaseddemand Incrcsld Incrcslddemnnd Increaseddniiiand
demand upon our resources especially especiallyIn 8peclal
In meeting meetng tl jequlreemnts t1re < Ulremnt of the he var various varbus nr nrlous ¬
ious stab Institutions Inlutnns eight of which whichfor whichfor whichfor
for Instance In their estimates estlnnles of need needed lelJ lelJet needed ¬
ed funds for the th enduing en ulng two years or ex excced exceed exceed
ceed et by b over SMOooo 311 the sum alm of their theirrequests theirrequests theirrequests
requests two years rnrs ago ag The total prob probnble JlrI lirobable
nble revenue from room all al sources nnd In Including 11cudll iieluding ¬
eluding cudll the balance In the Ihp th treasury will willcome wi willcome
come nearly lrl J1SOOW Iol short shortot of meeting meetingthe tlelng tlelngthe
the estimates estlnntca for the th years pai etirs 19034which 1934whIOh 1934whIOhImportant 1D034whlehImportant 19034whichImportant
Important fact presents IIreenl8 t to you ou the theplain thoIlnln thelihttln
plain alternative of either In Increasing Increnslng increasing ¬
Ilnln aleralll
creasing the revenue or reducing reucing the theestimates thl thisestinmnteL
estimates estmates As to the thl latter Inter It should Rhouhlllunderslooll be beunderstood iCunderstood
understood that wherever whtrler In this mes message message Incaisage
sage I express apprmnl npprml of estimates eslmntes for foror rOlur totor
or directly 11 rect recommend appropriations appropriationsI nIIropr tol
I have been guided ulllil by t what vhlt teemed fcmed to tome tome tomc
me the merit Iert of the thl ease Ilse more than by bythe b bthe bythe
the ascertained ability n Vlt of the treasury treasuryto tralur tralurto
to meet the requIrement rCulcment To your our wis wisdom wisdom vIstIohil ¬
dom with wJh all al the farts faptl before you OU must mustb mu t tbl
b bl left let the task of determining d termlnll In whll whllJrtcllnr whth whthparticular hl h hparticular
particular Jrtcllnr Instance the apparently n pnrnt nc ncoMtiry nco8sr nPcossary
oMtiry o8sr reduction reducton can ln with the least le 1 In InJury Injury hitjury
Jury be borne We nre not 10t without the theprospect thoprRPtCt theprospect
prospect prRPtCt however of an Increase Incrase In Inavailable Inlnblt inavailable
available The Inher Inheritances InlwrIances inhrItances
lnblt revenue rccnul tax tl upon ¬
itances Iances legacies leJcle8 etc may mn have hMe possi possibilities poulblto8 posalblilties ¬
bilities blto8 In this reupwt re llt though thoulh It Is still stillbeing Itl stillbeing
being bell contested contcstCI in the courts COlrts The Theenormous Theenormous Theenormous
enormous Increase Increal In the fees paid Into Intothe Intothf intolit
the lit treasury by b the tl secretary Rcrtny of state stateoffers stlte stlteorcrs stateolTors
offers orcrs promise prmlo of still tl further Incita IncitaTills Inrlra InrlraTlls IneutaseThis
Tills Tlls Important cement I ment of revenue revenuecomes renue renuecom1 revenuecornea
comes mainly malnl from the tax upon Incor Incorporations Inrr Inrrpraton Incorporatlons ¬
porations praton the tll law la providing for which whichtaken whlll whllltaken wIitthtaken
taken In connection Ionnetlon with wih tho jeoofr jeoofrnlrcsl Hlnl ecogimizod
nlrcsl nlzCI friendly trlend attitude aUltule of our gencm gencmstatute glnp1 glnp1ststutelnppeat general generalctatutewmippears
statute ststutelnppeat ctatutewmippears appears to operate opmto without withoutother withoutother witheutother
other than entirely cntrl satisfactory Stlotol results renultsHut resultshut Hul
Hut Jut a direction dlrplton from which I think sur surrelief surlet currdlet < >
relief let to the th general fund should shoild be ex expected exJllctCI oxheeled ¬
heeled JllctCI Is II the Immediate amendment of ofthe oCthe if ifthe
the present preent law requiring NQulrlnf the state Itt1 to topay toPRY topay
pay half the trial cost of the expense expensennd lXln lXlnnnd expenseand
nnd collodion col I on of all ni taxes axes The Injus Injustice InJutl injuslee ¬
lee tl of this provision Ilrhlon cannot be b too toostrongly to toostrongly
strongly strngl urged urgt upon your notice nol I It Iteetms I Itseuns
eetms eetnf to me wholly whI beyond argument argumentor argumlntor
or dispute as a I business buslnp1 proposition propositionthat prp31ton prp31tonthat
that the state doca Its Il full tulllnrt part when It Itpiijs Itfn Itpayc
piijs fn that share of the total totll oxpens oxpenswhich oXPn oXPnwhlrh expenskhmieh <
which Is II proportioned proprtonCI to Its Is shore of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the thl total collection coleton The case t Is fore forivfully torr forefully
fully tull presented prtlntP to the auditor In thi il illustration I 1 1lustratlon ¬
lustration IUltralon as 11 to Salt Sai Lake county whi wharo wharothe hpl > n ntho >
the state nald In 1901 191 nearly ncarl fO inooo at atUr nsI asitt
Ur I half of the expenses lnsel of assessment ajsecsmentand US IJmnt IJmntnnd
and collection MIlcton whereas nhPta Its proper prpr chart sharvIf IhT IhTIr chartif
If proportioned prPlrtonM to the amount it re reMired rlcITlI recein
Mired cITlI cein d was wa le less s than 15000tho Uotho t ttal ttalIrn ttatlevy tal talley
levy being blnt 325 mills mia out of which whih the theslate thestnte thestate
slate and state school pchol tax ta rornblned romllned was wasonly wn witsonly
only eight el ht mills mis other oher cases CUIS might be becited 0 beciteti
cited let where whll the state nte share ot the he trIal tctallevy tCtal tCtalley trIallevy
levy Is I even lo lees than thln onefourth ontourth yet yetIt yetit et etIt
It U compelled compele to tl pay ay on oahlf onehaU hiUf the te
cxp expase XPI nio l nn 11 mattnr IPtrr what Its It 8 portion porton In Inthe II Inthe
the n mount 10unt realized rlalzd This Is an In injus injustice mJustiC ¬
tice tiC lCt > f ti < i whlh vhiIi nl < h 1 trust you will wi hasten hlsten to tcpi toIL
pi 11 in MI u icinedy Illet In 11 addition allllton to UK UKunfalimwj tl timeUnfitinias
unfalimwj unfalnll of the system stcr It has hl8 been beenfound beel beetifound
found tun to permit of operations oliorutolH whioh are arilUfMlunnble arotlllMInnbll arelhiIk
tlllMInnbll lhiIk lUfMlunnble t Ini bin If not nt Indeed Indell criminal criminalI criminaldlavioaumes
I 1 < tint dlsdoHUiOH dildolurts as ni to the placing ol ol1U otletlluU8 oftkthtiuu5
1U letlluU8 tkthtiuu5 tuiuui namef upon Ull01 a 1 countys cOUltS pay payroil la laroi hia hiaroll
roil roi whireby the expense lXpeUHCH of tax cot col1fttlon cl clIrdton coticetion
1fttlon L lrl ere > n made to appear Ippear larger so sothat 10 10tba sothat
that the gtateB ttate half hnl could oull bo utilized utilizedIn utllzell utllzellII
In II making Inakilg the countys cOIIIYs half hnl lost 1081 griev grievous ¬
coma 111 are fresh In II the Ilu public publo mind mindWhatever mlnIWhae mmmdVhatevem
Whatever Whae changes chonRl In II legislation ICl1811101 att attnecessary IUUnpreuar aronerescary
necessary npreuar to enable enabll tho counties olltoS to em employ omploy rnnploy ¬
ploy capable nnd sulllclcnt sulclent holp hollln In mak making nlnkII makIng ¬
ing II assessments RMIrlllnll and nnt collections oolectons I wll wllcheerfully Wfltcheerfuliy JI
cheerfully clwtrful Join Joll you In II securing Iccurl1g Hut Hutunder nut11lrr limittummIrr
under 11lrr no drcumstanc Ilrcum tnncl should lhoult wo 0 con continue cnlhluc omn omntlmiue ¬
tinue a 0 system 1ltem which Is 11 attended cltlliled by b the tineUh thecv
eUh 1118 cv in I huu brIefly brloly attempted utelptc to point pointnut poilt poilt01t
nut 01t t
IIWKUTION IIWKUTIONIt IUUONlfN IUUONlfNI
It I IH n Pleasure to Invite Invie your atten attention atel attemulion ¬
lion ton to so exhaustive cxhlustdtll rind admirable atmlrblo u ureport I ITrllJT ielort
report IB that which has hnHbetl been filed le hi himy II inIii
my I Iii ufflie Inkl by tho state engineer for the thejvurs thears the1ara
jvurs ars IKOllDOi JIIWO It I deals In II time thl most mostcomplete m08tcompMe mostCemmiplete
complete and ane Intelligent IntDlgent manner InlnUI with wih it itSubject 1 itaubject
Subject of paramount Iluumoult Importance In our ourslain 011 0th 0thSttottmtit
slain tRtlthnt that of Irrigation IrrlgntIn In Its lecom lecomincinlntlonM rlCI meconmmhhleniationi
incinlntlonM 1IIIllnlon It suggests suggeRtl that thlt which I Inm Il Iuifl
nm l compelled cOlpeled to admit ndll namely that thatthe thlt thlttho lintlie
the lie reputation 1llutltol which our 011 people enjoy enjoyn cljoy cljoyal
n al as pioneers In tl tho use le of witter for or lirl lirlgallon Irrigaton ungallon
gallon gaton Ii I not at present Ireselt equalled equlled by the thendiquacv th thtUIIIUOlY thaiildUQy
ndiquacv und ulll consistency Iolsletcnc of our laws lawsupon InsIpln lawsmulti
upon Ipln the lh lii subject > Ct Yet your Our ptedccoj ptedccoj8or JIIWCCI
Roes liaio Ia acted nlt with wlh n caution c1Utol anti nUtlIJU nUtlIJUdew put putdfn piuclene
dew clene > which should not hastily hnSt be crit criticised crl crltieitcI ¬
icised Irlll for mr they tht were HC aware of the ln lntrlinckH II IntrhackH
trlinckH trknelll of the subject the divergence divergenceOf
Of If lews I ws timong 1lon out lur IrrlgatofH ItrllitCtR ns nl to the then lieneed
n need td 11 and StOIC tlll1 of orprll piopuscd propuseliegislnttion propuseliegislnttionnail ctellslflol legislation legislationand
and ulll the tit natural nturl jealousies jlloUlles ant fears fCrs In Inthe II Intilt
the litmus of lt f those whoso wholo existence exlRtIICC de depended dBpndell tinvendeii ¬
pended upon 10 the maintenance Illntenance ot o nc nclulr nctulrl notuired
tulrl tuired < lulr d lights which Illconsidered lconshllod stat statutes slntutlS stittthins ¬
thins might Ilght jeopardize jeoplrtlze These dlfllcultles dlfllcultleswill dlmcultc dlmcultcwi dIulictmltlewill
will wi still tlcontrnt confront you though happily halllII
listened IfIllMl In a Considerable degree for forexperience forullrlenre forrxlnienre
experience ousht to have luwt nnd surely surcl surclhn8
has taught us something putethlng about nbolt law lawmaking law11llng lawmaking
11llng making on this most 10st vital matter mnter I Itrust Ittl Itrust
trust ttl t that thl at this session you OU may WiY bo bofully hefUl hofull
fully fUl full ImiiesBed 111e Rpd with the Importance ot otthe orthu
the 11 subject nail that at a date dito early earlyenough oarllenourh earlycimough
enough to Insure the most careful con consideration conldetlton comiildesatlon ¬
sideration ldetlton you OU will wi undertake Indrtak the pr prp prporation < p pnrntlon
oration moton of needful I eltu I addition odliton to ii prI nail nndamendment nnllnmendtent nailanmendmemit
amendment nmendtent of existing lxlslng laws la s In II line linewith lne lnewllh lhtmewith
with the he fcuggestlons URostons contained 1 in the theicport theCIJort thereport
report referred retlrrll to This duty becomes becomesthe hccomctht
the tht more Imperative Imlcrale because of recent recentexmgrusKlonal roelt roeltlon recentvngrtssaional
exmgrusKlonal lon RHtSI onl action neton calculated clculated to aid aidIn aidII nilIn
In II the construction IOn8trlcton of reservoirs rllrolrl and to topromote toprolote tohrotnote
promote prolote generally reneral the reclamation recamlton of ofthb ort1il oftiiii
thb t1il arid lands The rie firm Irm and friendly friendlyattitude trlonly trlonlyItlhl friendlyattItude
attitude Itlhl e of the president on al this jrfit jrfitquestion nsmt nsmtiiuestton 1t 1tIJUeston
question IJUeston was supported In a most 10st grat gratifying bOtrln grOlttying ¬
tying rln manner by the national natonnl legisla legislature Icilalll Icilalllture legIsliture ¬
ture the result fHult being that possibilities possibilitiesfor olslbllte olslblltetor
for the future of the tht dry rr jegtons are areImmediately lre lrehntellntel areliomnediutely
Immediately hntellntel opened up before beror 1tgOIS us UI u to nn nnextent nnPltent anextent
extent hardly dreamed drelJed of before We Wornnhot We1lllot Weeanhot
rnnhot 1lllot too soon place III ac our State In a 1 t po povitlon poIIon moitItlon
vitlon IIon to realize cnlzt the benefits bPlef ts of these theseInns theseitits
Inns 11 As 8 the birthplace of American Americanlirlgatlon Amerlcal mnerieanIrrIgation
IrrIgation Inigatol and nm Its Is most prosperous prosperousheme pros proslttroUslmenw lrous lroushltt
heme hltt Utah Uuh should Ihould be bl one of the first firstto nrlt nrltto firstto
to extend tend cordial recognition reNgnllon to the gen geneml glI geimeal
eml 1111 government rnment for Its Is proffer prorcr of aid aidnhd nldnM aidrulmd
nhd make 1IIIte Itself Iselt at tt once ready rend to utilize utilizeto Itlzo Itlzot9
t9 th I fullest ulclt extent the opportunities opportuniies opportuniiesi opportunitiesii4
rirlffordid i ii4 U jffotdct1 rOrN1 Of o iflmMmpiirtonCT is isprolirrtjly 191r1aI Islroimabiy
prolirrtjly 1r1aI the definition defniton of existing exiltng watIrhts water waterrights raterrights
rights nt present only Imperfectly hnp rlty pro proVldcd proIdcd proided
Vldcd Idcd for Any An controversies of this thl na ¬
turn must lust be settled ettell before IJtore the thl advan advantages ulnl athammtngeu ¬
tages tngel of the national nntonul laws may be real realIzed realIzed realized
Ized This one Item Is appropriately
designated ns n the th primary prlllry need nop of pros present prosent ¬
ent day da Irrigation Irrhraton The settlement setleleat fres frespnt of ofnil otal ofall
nil al conflict cOlnlct has been represented In u uiccent urocent arecent
recent convention eonventol In this city cl as H I con condition condltln coimditlflmi ¬
dition dltln precedent precetent to any action acton of the thogovernment thi thegovernnient
government gOlerment under unler the recent congres congressional congrel coimgrecglonaj ¬
sional lon 1 acts In aid of irrigation Irlton extension extensionA extelslon extelslonA
A plan for the accomplishment nccomplshment of these thtsotwo th thesettvo se setwo
two purposes curpososthe the one dependent upon uponthe uponthe upontime
the other otherwi otherwill will be worthy of your otit lest lesteffort 1e besteffort t toror
effort oror The labors ot disinterested dl com committees commitees cornnilttees ¬
mittees mitees nnd citizens lltzcnl such Iurh as I are ar now IUW In Inprogress II inprogress
In this and other
progress rOress city tly nli parts partsof Ilartl iartsof
of the stato will wi bo 0 pmdurtlo Ilrolullvo of great greatgbod Krelt KreltJ greatgoi1
gbod J o1 In accomplishing ncolpllhlng nn adjustment Iuptment of ofsitt otWIttr ofttaitr
WIttr ttaitr sitt > r rights I anti an al HiimiKnmatiun allgllatln of ofwntor atwatlr ofvnter
Intends In tIm > district
wntor watlr IltetR dlltrlct Involved InvolvedI
I suggest that If by any provision ef eflaw otIl ofhniw
law Il the endeavors of such persons can canbe cnnbe canbe
be encouraged tncourofId to the t1 did that tho thomerging thomerging ho homergIng
merging of water rights rlchtl and Ind interests Interestnmay
may ma be hastened and nnl legalized legalzell such suchpnnlslon surhIIrovlslon suchirovlalon
pnnlslon should Ihould be promptly plmpt forthcom forthcoming ¬
ing and In furtherance turtwrunc of fr the same sameIdea SUIO SUIOIdR caineIdea
Idea I recommend recommeOI an appropriation 111prpriaton of ofrOOO oft000
rOOO 0 for tho ho ensuing two years yenr to be beused Ilculei beused
used ulei under Inder the direction dlrfton of some lomo per person pern perSon ¬
son n or board boart already alrIlly holding olllrlal olllrlalposition 01r11 01r11positon ohilcialpsltlon
position positon or by commissioners cOlmlssloners to be ap appointed ape apepolntCl appointed
pointed polntCl for tho purpose In meeting meetng he IheIcIssnry thenreessary henecessary
necessary IcIssnry expense of continued cntnued work of ofthis orthll ofthis
this thll character In these mltelS matters n 1 sub subject RuhJect sumjtct ¬
ject Is presented JJroentd which I conceive I is In Inall Inul ittalt
all ul respects rC81Jct worthy of your solloltudo solloltudonnd 10lcltul0 10lcltul0nlll
nnd nlll wisdom H I need hardly harh IB f said saidthat Midthat sailthiat
that my IY cooperation Clopem lon In the enactment enactmentof
of wholesome whole me nnd nl necessary nessry measures measureswill measurewi measureswIll
will wi be cheerfully ehertuly accorded accordedEDUCATION aClrte aceordedFDUCAT1ON
EDUCATION EDUCATIONOf EDUCATIN EDUCATINot
Of all al the sources of state stto pride pridethere pr1e pr1ethere pridethere
there Is II none nOle so 1 great and nnt so Indisput Indisputable IldIRIut IldIRIutIblo ¬
able Iblo ns n tho educational etuotlonal facilities fndUtes offered offeredthe orere offaredthe
the children chltren of this state From the thekindergarten theklnlerjrten thekindergarten
kindergarten klnlerjrten to the tht common C0l10n schools up upthrough upUlrouRh upthrough
through this thll to the high school Ichool nnd nndthence nndthence andthence
thence to the university a complete completesystem comilleteastem completesystem
system of public publc Instruction Inltructlon Is provid provided provllc ¬
ed c amid all 11 of It I free tl to ovary 01 child childof chll chllot
of lie stale Itno It I Is 11 true that thlt In some someparts sCme sCmeparts someparts
parts of the state there th re are ar no high highschools hhhsrhooI8 highschools
schools srhooI8 but the thee these are nr gradually NIUllly In Increasing Incroulng increasIng ¬
creasing In number numbr as well wel as 81 In effi efficiency 11tl 11tlclonc dlicloncy ¬
ciency there ther being no 10 fewer than thll nine nineteen ninetcen nineteen ¬
teen within wihin the state located Iate nt the thefollowing thetOlowlng thefollowing
following tOlowlng places Salt Sal lt Lake Lke City CI Og Ogden Ogden 0gden
den lark City Ciy Ilrlgham City Clt Oraiwr OraiwrSandy DIIKr DIIKrSnndy Dperamidy
Sandy Payeon PIln Sprlngvllle Sprlnvlll American AmericanFork Amerlcal menlcamtFork
Fork Jork Lehl Ncplu Eureka EurkA Plllmore PlllmoreIllchfleld Flmor Fillmoreltichfleld
Illchfleld Ichleld Moroni St George OerJt Kannb Kannbnnd lan31 lZansuband
and Meal Certainly the 0 enthusiasm enthusiasmof
of our people > over our splendid JlenJd educa educational Illla IlllatlonnJ educationa ¬
tional advantages Idvntnlel Is emply justified jUItn by bythe bythe bytue
the following statistics statisticsIncrease statstc statisticEIncrease
Increase folowtng In attendance nUemunC In public publc and nndprivate RndprIvate andprivate
private schools lholl during the seven 1en yer yersince YeSNsince er
since Ilnce statehood statohoo 0490 Increase Ilcre e In ex expenditure tX tXpndlure cxpendummre ¬
penditure pndlure for or schools schols per er annum JSH J J1l0 Mt3 Mt3gio
610 1l0 Increase In valuation valuAton of school schoolproperty Ichol IcholPtrt schoolproperty
property Ptrt 1 W30S 13S If I anything fur further further furtimer ¬
ther Is needed neol In support of the fact factthat flt fltthot factthat
that our educational ellutonll standard stancIlil In II well wellhigh welthigh p1
high advanced ndmnl It tlls Is furnished turl he by CJov CJoveminent GOomment Govorutiient
eminent Commissioner COlmlulontr of Education EducationHarris l INucitlanharris ucalln ucallnHArris
Harris who glveo In II his report r rt for 1WO 1WOthe lt 1100lie
the amount gve per capita cpia expended Ixldll for forschool forBhool forschool
school Bhool purposes 11 rpopcs In the various valnUI states statesThe sile stateaTime
The Lowest ICt was ni North Carolina arlna where whereCl
Cl 1 cents cntlper per capita cpll was 31 spent the th > high highest hlgbc highoat ¬
est c t was Nevada where whlr 153 V30 5 30 per Jlr catHta catHtawas cllltn cap1tftwas
was wal spent Pnt In Utah during durng that year yearlo er erf
f 105 iier 111 er capita OplR was spent lnt and ud irt the thefucctodlng theIuclng theucceoding
fucctodlng Iuclng years Mts in ttnh viz I In 1991 19t1
187 87 per PI capita Cfln nnd in 1902 190 1520 2 per percapita Ircllt peroanlta
capita cllt While Whle hIle tbtip these < > conditions conlltncli sure nrecomparatively fre frecomIJrthel surecompnrntlvehy
comparatively comIJrthel most mo t favorable taorble to Utah Utahfrom ltah ltahrrom Utahfrom
from the standpoint stnndplnt of the tht euotor euotorthe educator educatorthe
the question qUEst n to be considered rnsldlrl by you youIs youis OU OUIs
Is whether from tom the standpoint ItI0olnt of the thetaxpayerthey thetnxcnerIM thetflxpayer
taxpayerthey tflxpayer they are not more marl favorable favorablethan tRorblf favorablethan
than tjie tjieatate state can afford Iford and 11 whether whethernr hthlr hthlror
or liot tle our o r educational edU atonnl advancement Is Isnot Idnot Isnot
not more 1or rapid Ipfd than our revenues jus justify ju jut justity ¬
tify t The Te report reprt of the he state Itntl superin superintendent 8uprln 8uprlntnrlent supenIncadent ¬
cadent of public ublc Instruction Instrction Is II replete repletewith rplele rplele1th repletewith
with Information concerning concemfnl our cdu cducatlonal educaIonal
Intormnton cu cuatanal
catlonal atanal status ltMus nnd his suggestions IIIgPtO for forfurther tortlrthr forfurther
tlrthr further educational rucntonal progress prgrs are ar the thoresult thl theresult
ruul result of experience ul > rene4 and ad wUdom wl dom om and andshould ui andshould
should b b be weighs felhtl by you OU u the te ex e
presslons presslOl1 of one 01 on who bus bli only the tl In Interests IntlrStS liitertss ¬
terests tlrStS of the tll ii Hchool SlllJI children chlltrt at heart hnt
I especially IRldaly direct your > our attention Itlntol to his hisrecommendation hil hl hlrecomlmmemidaulofl
recommendation rlrOlunellnton that the th school hol Its dihtilitH dil Itstrhtu
tilitH tlldl in each county cOlnt be conwillciaied cOlllrl1
into 1110 one district Il trlrt to be under the con
tiol or a board of education eulaton consisting consistingof onulg onulgot
of from tlO rtjiml three to t
Ih1e seven levn member 1 1agree 1urle 1agree
agree urle with wih him that If this Ihll memlr consolida consolidation ollolla ¬
tion 101 can cal be effected erlted It I will wi do much to tosimplify toIlmplfy tosImplify
simplify Ilmplfy atrengthen Itlllthln and ant eflonomlno eflonomlnoour aonomlll O OnOmiseour
our present prtsent school ahool system
Ills IA recommenditlon rtrmmlnllntol that tho matter university matterally ¬
ally 8ly of Utah Itah and the th Agricultural lrlcultut col
leite lele be vnpiKirted MIllrtell from trm a llxed fxed l II let vy out outof outot outof
of tho slate stlto tax tlX Instead of from rlom from legls leglsmthe lejhJ
mthe Iltu appropriation ulllrJrlaton Is bated bNd upon the tle
Idea that the thl these Institutions tlltulons would thus thul
be Ut placed upon UPOI a 1 llrmer nrme anti more ocr ccrtBln certall ocrtalti
tBln tall basis so 1 that their respective resjiectlvoboards tellJctle
boards Oartb of control cOltrl would oull know exactly eractlywhat exactlythmat
what lll plans 111111 mlBht li be M > made und nl1 ran larrlpej led
Into successful AUOCtHtl1 operation OIHtIon Inasmuch Inasmuchns InRnuth InRnuthAO
ns each session 1lllUl of the Legislature Legislaturewould IegIRlatul
would oull necessarily necellrlr have to o fix Ix the levy lev levfor 1evfor
for these thet purposes purllo l and alr could fix fx it at atone atone
one mill miiaI or half hll a Q mill tll or many it any other otherinte OUWIIlte othertrite
trite Ilte It might deem dlm adequate nttluate for or the theensuing theenlllnl lie lieensuling
ensuing enlllnl biennial term I am 11 at a Ilnl la inca s to tofee tulel toFee
fee lel how the moiHtog rvonU for support supprt of
these Institutions In ltulols would lhl be b rendered renderedany lnrer11 lnrer11lY
any lY more secure or certain by ly the thechunga theollnI1 thechtingil
chunga ollnI1 than they nre at present 11rlHnt
The question qUtston or a a school for or the tee ¬
ble minded mlnlltd also recommended by the thesuperintendent theKIPerlnt thesthperithtennlent
superintendent KIPerlnt sthperithtennlent nlent while whie unmistakably ulnl IHllbly a astep aslep astep
step In the Interest of humanity amid nndone amIone amidone
one wlvch whlh older and nll rlchei states iIa tel have havedeemed Imvt haveiIeeimlet
deemed teme lieceswirv IICeRIIf to Provide pruvlle for or never neverthele neverthelll nevertheinmn
thele thelll opens o nl the door to a I new nt and andperlmpl Rt11 Rt11perhnn amidlierimal
perlmpl j large
a expenditure fXI1lllturl which It I
Is I you duty rut hut to keep closed as Il tightly tightlyas tltly tltlyas
as POJI ponlble Ible If I however lifter ufer careful carefulexamination carefullxnmilation carefulexalmmlnatlon
examination lxnmilation of our flimnclnl Onllctnl expoclnn expoclnncleB expocl n nrica
rica for or tho ensuing ensulngtwo 110 two years r you OU shall shalldeem Klnl shahdeelu
deem It wIsdom tn o make mnle a beginning In Inthis Inthis Intimis
1
this direction Ilrlclol I suggest sug lst that Instead Ilstll of ofattempting otnUellllng ofattempting
attempting nUellllng to establish a new IW state stateschool FtllWschool statesehiool
school the trustees Uustlt of the school Ilh011 for forthe torthe forthe
the deaf Iet und Inl1 dumb and unllihe the blind blnd should
be IJ authorized to Include Inlute the th feeble feeblominded teehlomlnlltd feebleminded
minded mlnlltd In their tllr school so that the ex expense cxhence x xIIPnse ¬
hence of training trnlnlnq these unfortunates unfortunatesof untoltunatps untoltunatpsot
of whom whol there are estimated to be benbout b beabout
about llfty It lift within wlhln the state could coulr bo boreduced borNluced bereduced
reduced to the minimum minimumThe mlnlnul
The reapons advanced ndnnlC1 by b the super superintendent GUItr GUItrIntendnt superIntendent ¬
intendent for or providing proldlnCree free text books booknto boolll
to tho common schools are Hound and nndconvincing nnllronvlnclng andconvincing
convincing The only objection obJctol Is tstho tsthoIxonso the thoexpense theexpense
expense Ixonso Our state Itate Is young yet and andas
YOUIJ
as 11 has been lecl shown we are expending expanln expanln111ducnlon
In 111ducnlon education n greater proportion prollrton of our ourrevenues Olrr ourrevenues
revenues r nus Ir capita Ctlln than a majority majorityof 11JII
of the thl thm states Itntps of the Union Let UH UHlearn Uf uslearn
learn lear to e creep ecp before we run espeolnllly espeolnly
If our running runs us Into debt The Thojecommendatlon Theleronimendation he helerommeniatton
jecommendatlon lerommeniatton of the superintendent superintendentin 81pHIItendent
in 11 regard rlgnrll to duplication duplcnton of work In the thetwo thetwo tImetto
two Institutions IIRltutOl8 of higher learning In Inthe Inthl intIme
the thl state HtAtt meets my 0 hearty heart approval as a asI
1 nm 01 sure It will wil that of nil ni the tax taxpayers laxlIlrs taxlars
payers lIlrs I reproduce rCllrotUce this paragraph pnr rph In Infull InfiI infull
thereto full fiI and direct your olr special attention attentionthereto atentou atentouthreto attentionthereto
theretoHy threto
Hy the Enabling Enabll Act for the admls admlsblon ndmlssian adrnimuaba
aba of Utah Into the Union nf States Statesa
a I school of mines mlnel was to be established establishedIn tlblllld tlblllldIn
In connection I olnecton with the University Vhlverlty of ofVtnli If Ifltnh it itUtah
Utah One Oll hundred hundrd thousand thol l l linens Irps ot otland oClanll ofland
land were appropriated apprprlnted by ly the general generalgovernment generalgovernmnemit enralornmcnt
government towards townlJs the support HUPI lrt of ofthis atthis ofhits
this school chool In accordance with Ito tltoprovisions thoIIrovlllolUI Itoirotlsioims
provisions IIrovlllolUI of the Kiiabllng lllhln Act two twoypars IWoflr ttroyars
ypars flr ago 11 the state Legislature Jg lature passed passedn PCle11 PCle11n
n law establishing cstnblshlnr the thl elate tntl school Ihool of ofmines otmlnPJ ofmimics
mines mlnPJ ns a 1 part of the state univer university universiy univerally ¬
ally siy Already Alrea Y the Ito university nlonl was WI glv giving glvIng glvlag ¬
ing courses coures In electrical electrlnl and a 11 mining miningenglneei 1111n 1111nlnglneerlnhourscs nmlningengineeiingcourses
englneei lnglneerlnhourscs engineeiingcourses Ing courses which properly properlybelong properlbelonl properlybelong
belong belonl to a school of mines mlnel Investiga Investigation ¬
lion shows that to maintain another anotherdepartment nnothrlepnrtment anotiitrrdepartment
department lepnrtment of electrical elrtrlcalnnd and mining on engineering onglnterlng ongincerlng ¬
gineering glnterlng ns we hope will wi arid nnr as asshould asahould
should fhould exist In the xtnto Ilnte school of ofmines otInlnes offlues
mines the next nlxt two yearn enr about 01000 01000would 01000woull 01000sould
would woull be required rNlulrlt for equipments tquipmunll nnd nndseveral an1fperl amid amidseveral
several fperl thousands thousanlll of ofdolur dollars a 1 year ear nr for forsalaries forKlarles forsalaries
salaries Klarles nnd operating operntlg expenses One Oneschool On OnIhool Onenehool
school Ihool has ample nmllo capacity CaIHII and Ind will willhavf wi whIthave
have hlvo for yearn ears to Instruct Instruc all al engineer engineerIng elllnlr elllnlrIng
Ing students In Utah Uah To parallel parnlel en engineering enlnorll engtneerlng ¬
gineering lnorll work other othlr than that part partot prt prtot partof
ot It which may In inn be necessary nellr In nn nnagricultural 11 aimngrietiltumrnl
agricultural ncrlenluml course hits h18 In II my m opinion opinionn
n tendency tenrlny to weaken weak el the efforts eforts Of Ofboth lIthoth ifboth
both schools Ichools and nni n tendency tlndlnl to result resultIn
In a less degree of value and excellence excellencethan exollfnc exollfncthan excellencethaim
than would otherwise otherwis he b obtained obtainedPUBLIC obtaine obtainePUIIC obtaineduiir4ic
PUBLIC PUIIC HEALTH HEALTHThat HEAITHThat lIIALThTThat
That department of the state govern government goer governnient ¬
ment which Is charged with wlh the duty dutyof dut dutor
of guarding gartln the public publc health henlh cannot be beregarded 11 11rClnrdtd beregarded
regarded rClnrdtd ns 18 of silent leht Importance In10rtunce es eslclaly tl esicIalY
lclaly 1caly when sien this thll responsibility relponMlhllW carries carrieswith Clrrlea Clrrleawih carrieststthi
with wih It tho knowledge that a I large pro proportion pr projortlomi
portion porton of deadly Ilclll diseases dl9119 are strictly strictlypreventable strIcty strIctyprentnble strIctlyPreventable
preventable The conditions cUIIItons furnished furnishedby turnl hlII hlIIb
by b nature for the health of our people peopleon l pll
on nM In many mAn respects rlcts unexcelled unexcelll Wo Wohave Wuhu Vehave
have hu purity purlY and dryness of atmosphere atmosphereabundance Itmogphrrt atmosphereabundance
abundance nblllanle of sunshine excellence pxealonr of ofwater ofwater t twate
water wate easy 9 facilities fnclteR for dralnngefree dralnngefreeloin drlln etr etr10m
destructio storms and floods floodsabsence flood5absence
loin 10m from detrucUl torl all loodl loodlnbSlrE
absence nbSlrE of malarial malarlil and other poison poisonous plll ¬
Otis Inlluence Inluencll In short all al the til requi requisites rqulples requlSItes ¬
sites ples rwognlzed tIognlzlll by sanltHry 8nltfr science lltIIt In Inevery Inevcr Inevery
every well wel regulated rguhttetl state another Inother es essential psIntal ecsential ¬
sential Intal factor tactlr Is II contributed lntrlbutewll comitelbutedwiac wls en enactment enactment enactmnent ¬
actment and ant Intelligent Intelgnt enforcement tntorcemlnt nf nfproper oCIror ofproper
proper sanitary Mnlar laws lals While Whie the gen general Iln IlnerAI gsacml ¬
eral health hpalh of our community cOlmunlt Is good goodthere cod codthef gootilucre
there thef Is no Q doubt that many man lives ICI are areumiecesmrlly AreUlnl8lrl areunhmeceaMriiy
umiecesmrlly Ulnl8lrl sacrificed lrrlfld by b nonobaerv nonobaervniiee non obr obrnnf
niiee nnf of Hiuh IU < I precautions raltol ns R science flencl has hasfounJ ha imasfound
found to be efficaciousnnd emcarloulnd to this ex exlent extlnt cxeat
lent tlnt we are lr not so 1 fur advanced ndvaIed as a we weshould wehoul weshmoumhl
should houl be 1 thouuli thou1 the th fault rRul Is I perhapsdue prhap perhaps
due dle more or to laxity laiy of enforcement than thanto
to lark Inlk of legislation lelslf Unn Whatever Whlteer will willtend wi tvlhlteal
tend to stimulate sUlulatl city cly authorities authorlUe In Inproviding InIrvhlnr inOtitltflg
providing Irvhlnr rune Iur water and good go drain draina draInall drainage
a all age f and school Jhol authorities authorte In eooper eooperstlntr Ir IrItng r rettlig
stlntr Itng with wlh local 1011 boards bNs of health hlalh In Ineery InIVII Inevery
every IVII way WB possIble fllble should Ihoul 1m encour encourngeil enrllUraII eneourmgnd
ngeil In the th matter mater of actual lento lentoIfttlon IrK leglehsilon
Ifttlon little lite would awm seem I to h be needed neededI nPed nPedI
I am fm dl tilapoced po 111 d to approve RI1lrVf however of ofsueh ofluph ofsuch
such amendments Al4nllnt to existing IIIUng law as aswill alprII aswIli
will provide prII for annual Innual reports rfprts by c Ity Ity1M dty dtyanti Ity Ityand
and county runt hoar hoards of health hnlh to the state stateboard ItatBr elateboard
board Br for the thl thm remuneration rmureltlon of county countyhealth countyhealth ount ount1I181h
health 1I181h officers olfcr and for the constant constantemployment rnltalt rnltalttmplnment constantemployment
employment tmplnment of at loAct ICt one medical m kal In Infipector II inSpector
fipector tor whom function tuncton It shall hl h 1M be to toassist toBISt toassIst
assist BISt local lorl boards lIN In the performance performanceof perioranl
of their duties dutie and see to the securing swirineof Murlr Murlror
of accurate fccurtt vital 111 utatlstlCB tat8Ucl T The I w board boardaestimate bri briMUmRt a aestImate
estimate of the necessary amount to tofupply toflpply tosupply
supply flpply lie 11 wants 1ant for the biennial term termIs tfm tfml
Is l hut ht s UO t2O > and I raont l1t cordially orlr re recommend ro rocommenf cccomnnisnd ¬
commend commenf the ii appropriation appropriationSTATE Illproprlton
STATE LANDS LANDSThere IANDTher IJtNDgThere
There Ther has occurred ourfl no change cha In th thmembership thnembrhlp ths thsmembershIp >
membership nembrhlp of the state ltte board Ird of land landcommlMlontrn Inndrmml8loncM landcommtsilonera
commlMlontrn rmml8loncM since n th th the clo close 10 of lt your yourlast 10lr 10lrIMt yourlMt
last previous prvloul session Illon In the near fu future futur a atune ¬
tune tur perhaps at the next net biennial bltnnhl ten tendon M Msdon ¬
prha
don of the legislature rllatlr It 1 mar mr 1 he ad adviNtble 8dVIMI advissible
viNtble VIMI ble to change the te land Innl law Ii to M Mto I asto
to r reduce duce the Ihl number numbr of commNnl cnlmur conimisknmers conimisknmersbut n r rbut
but lu In my m judgment Jutllnt the work before beforethe btOI beforethe
the th board br is I sufficient wlcltnt to make It Im Imperative 1mllrt Imperative ¬
perative llrt that the thl membership mtm fhll should shouldnot
not t teinened at thin tlnw New 18 cur lurot curveys ur urveys
veys of the public domain are belnt belntregularly bellifllIlforlY Wtnregularly
regularly made each township thus thussurveyed thul8UrVe1II thussurveyed
surveyed adding four sections tlon8 to the theschool therhool thearhmool
school lands of the state to be ap appraliud aprralfll appraIsed
praIsed and made available for or lease leaseor
or NIt There Is a large area aggre aggregating R aggregating cre creJR ¬
gating JR tlng approximately tlIY 300IXK fII acres of otIn ofIlInd ofmail
In mail ml to 1 be selected by the board In lieu lieuof lIuot lieuof
of school Ichoollllndll lands alienated 1 or disposed of ofby ofb ofby
by b the th general generallfoemmcnt government prior to the theadmlMion the11m111l1OO theadmission
admission of Utah Into the > Union Unionor
or withdrawing from the school grant grantby
by b reason of th thin fact that they the vr wre wreknown re reknown 11known
known to be Li mineral mln ral jonds Innd httndat at thejlme thejlmeContinued the tIme tImeco timeContinued
Continued co 1 tlUtd on np page two tw
Dull 011 Coal to to3e toc
c 3e GJtSC IRescindede IRescindedehouse 1ded 1dedHOllse
house ose Commit Ice on Ways and and Cleans 1ans Will Vtyort VtyortProviding l or 1MI uTillProciding 1MII
I
Providing ProVld U lot oz a Rebate Equal Ei llo 10 o Duly Dill Now Imposed lmp ed en enAll CllAll cnelll
All Kinds lds of Coal and Coming COl fri Front All Counlzics ClI ll es forPeriod for lorjPcriod forPcrfod
Period of One Year YcarjJrc President r lmJJ1ppto cJfyyjzovvs tS Measure M alm
Washington Wa hlngton Jan 18 18Tl1e The ways nud nudmeans 111111mfDn ammeans
means committee of the house Way Waydecided tada tadadectdell to4iydecided
decided to I is report a a bill providing for a arebate urebuteoquul arebnteoqtmui
rebate rebuteoquul oqual to the duty Ilut now Imposed Imposwlon
ou on all au kinds of coal and coming from fromnil tromall fromall
all countries for a period of one year yearThis yearThis yearThus
This bill Is isa a substitute for the one In Introduced Introtluced introduced ¬
troduced h hmy > Itep Hill of Connecticut Connecticutwhich ConnectlolltwhIch onneetiouitwhiiehi
which provldoll for a rebate until June JuneSO
30 next U His Is expected the bin will b bcalled lIe lIecaliII beculled
called up In the house lit once onceThe onCefhe onceTIne
The bill adopted nl1oplctlIHollle nl1oplctlIHollleIhut ptovldes ptovldesThat inovltleaIhat
That the spuiotnry of the treasury treasurylie
lie II and ho IB hereby authorized find le leqtilred lequlred mequired
qtilred to make full till rebate of dutiesImposed duties dutleImposed dutielIlhiltoseti
Imposed by law on nil con c coni I of every everyform liverytorm everyforum
form and description Imported into the
bAOGED DRAGGED TODEATrtBY TO DEATH BY BYA A COW COWHorrible h
1IuI1Horrible
Horrible Fate of Little Belle WolfleyNear Wol Woifley ey Near Murray Yesterday YesterdayChild Y YsterdayChild 1 1Child
Child Was Watering the Cow When It Took Fright at atPassing atPassing atPassing
Passing Train and Ran Away j
Belie Wolfley o11oy an elevenyearold girl girlmet girlmct girlmet
met with n horrible death yesterday yesterdaynear ettetdnyl1tor
near Murray Murru She was time daughter of a awidow I IwillolV tttIdow
widow and had ha M a cow to a witm witmIng tyatomlag ntol ntolIng
Ing trough to let her drink timid while whileIt
It VOH In the net of drinking she tied tiedthe tiedthp tiedtime
the picket rope around her waist A Arailway Arlll1wRY Araihtvay
railway train passing nt tho time timefrightened thnftrlghtened timefrigiitentid
frightened the cow und she rnn away awaydragging awn awndrngglng awaydraggIng
dragging the helpless child after her
SELFPRESERVATION SELF PRESERV AT10N THE THEME THEMECountyPhysicians THEMECountyPhysician THEMECouriyPhyscians
CountyPhysicians at Their TheirAnnual A Annu nu I Banquet LastNight Last N ght Ex Express Express Express ¬
press Themselves in Strong Terms Against Gi Clairvoyants ClairvoyantsChristian IirVoyants1Christian ir1oyantsChristian
Christian Scientists and Osteopaths
f
The Salt Lake County medlcoa at atlast atIlIt atlast
last nights banquet nt the lie Commercial Commercialclub
club expressed strong sentiment In Infavor Infavor Infavor
favor of legislation which will protect protecttho
tho profession from clairvoyants Chris ChrisHan Chrll1tlon Christhin
Han Scientists and osteopaths Dr Drkott DrScott
8 Scott oU led the movement and his broth brethren bretllren brothrca ¬
ren in the Ksculaplan science were with withhim withhlen withhitiii
him Pr Scott ulso referred to the thoPa thePane thePayne
Pa Pane > ne cue nnd Intimated that the theposition theI timePositIon
position I > of local physicians generally generallyhad
had not been given to tho public Ho Hotailed noII lietailed I
tailed II lied for all the evidence In the ca caDr ease CIUltDr easeDr
Dr King the retiring president of the theHAUL th thHAur thmhiAUfj
HAUL DOWN no TICK Thf i ILAO ILAOWhen PJJOWhcn FLtOiicmm
When iicmm Us Work Workiflone ollc In Donu Says Dr Drfcoliimiian 1hHiJhurmall fiuiiii
fcoliimiian uiiii rnma mm of Coincll CoincllSt Co mod I ISt
St Louis Jan 13 13A A special to tho thoItepubllo tholtepuLllo theIteimutihic
Itepubllo from Columbia Mo says In Ina 1mma
a uiech III tCh before the students of Mis 3iiasourl Missouri l1s l1ssourl ¬
sourl unlveralty Dr Jacob 0 Sehur Sehurman Sehurman Schurmaim
man president of Cornell university universityand
and member of the Philippine commis commission commlsIon eomnmnisiion ¬
Ion paid th the Philippine Islands should shouldbe houtdbe
be given Ivert their Independence IndependencellRUl
Haul down the Hag he said salelwhenever fll1t1wl1eneer saidwhenever
whenever Its work Is done There are arebut I Ibut surebut
but Hire thl > ways to dispose of the Inl Inlands IIIantis isIaimmla ¬
ands Hold them as a subject admit admitthem admitthem sutimimltthmem
them as states or give them their In Independence Intlelllndollce iiilelwndence ¬
dependence dependenceThe
The first course will result in con contlniml COtltlnual continual
tlniml warfare with lth them the second secondcourte 8CIClndcourae secondcourse
course II not practicable The third thirdcourse thirdcourse thirdcourse
course Is the he only practicable and In Ion sensible IonAlbIe sonsible ¬
sible one Some ay dont haul down downthe downthe downthe
the flag but the th work of the flag II lailnished IIIlnlllhetl iifInished
ilnished and It should 1 I bet hauled hauleddown hauledd1vl1 hauleddcvn
down
Major ralIr LOW to Meet cet Coal C I Men MenNew llnNiw eii eiiNew
New York Jan IS 131101 Mayor Low lX lXIllCt cxliecta x xjwoti
jwoti that representative from all the thecoal tl1ItCOIl thecnai
coal MrryliiK rood will meet him for forA
A conference COlltt hce on the coal situation to today todAY totlay ¬
day In response to his Invitation This Thisconference nl nlcon ThisConference
conference con terfn he hope will b 11 the mean meannf meall8or meansof
nf putting ft top to exorbitant price pricefor rrlcUttor
for fuel fuelIt fUtotIt fueLIt
It II the Intention of th the mayor to todltcuaf to11I1ICU1t todiscuss
discuss the th coal 1tualton I1t Uol1 In secret 1Iltwith secretwith cr < t twith
with hla hi visitors AI thea the railroad railroadm
m men n will Iw mare Inclined to discuss discussthe dlllCufIItbe discussthe
the matter freely freelyDealer t freelyDealers 11 11DealulW
Dealer my y that coal l today will tII IIIln IIIlnerallr genersily en eneratly
eratly retail at M 1 a ton throughout throughoutthe
the city ell
Mm AslnrN l torH Grand hall llnllNow IInllNew hallNew
New York Jan 11Thebnll given givenbv IrIlPIJ
bv J Mr r Astor lat evening at her Fifth Pifthnvonue Flflhnnu Fifthavenue
avenue residence was n its f rT r innnv innnvc wanyll moitnyyears
years > c ll ni past the th must interesting In tfrf tlll nnd nndimportant 1111hnportant tinIlmnportisrit
important event of the winter Kneon KneonThe tto sasnThe n I
The ball was all in several respect th thmost thnw thnmtMt
most nw t brllllani and aiiwMful 111Jlc ful hut Mi MiAnt MmAstor I IAlltor
Ant Astor or bat tver given It wa H mark markh 1 1by Iby
by h the prwwnce of an unuuul nuinl nuinlof numhof > <
of titled tttl visitors an and < t of mcmluMs f th thdlplnmatK i idiplomatic
diplomatic > corn COIJWI from WI1 Wwhingtn uhinKi hinIoIn > n an I Iill Ib
ill 1111 jo bv b that of the th leading belie HMI UIII UIIItill < i ithe
the debutantes nnd young matrons matronsPoton matron11ton o oIinton
Poton Baltimore Washington and andPhiladelphia 11lhlla snilhllae7plmi
Philadelphia lhlla lhllae7plmi lIlhla
lIlhlalrlto
IrltoM HlMory HlMoryNew III liiloryNew tor torew
New ew York Jan 11Joiw Collar Felto Feltowho FfltotIho Pettoho
who ho on Saturday fired a shot from a apistol 1lllItol amitatol
pistol at K rarlrax MUI In the royal peace proccaxlmt pfteIllnn peacealeit
xlmt In Madrid lad rid lived here during many manyycara mall mallara manyears
ycara ears says a Herald Jlpr lil dispatch from fromHuenos frnRlHltno frontimuienos
Huenos Ayrcs r lIe merited a French Frenchwoman FrenchWJlan Frenchwomntan
woman who 1 is still till IrUnic < her with withtwo wllhtwo wlihtwo
two children In 1W 1 l5 he was 1a employed employenn
nn a gimrd by B tr tramway rtiw y eowpany and nmlsuffered andRuJfpref an4surerel
suffered n fall from rein a car whlrh vnn Itm Itmt < vnnl
l n > hae disturbed his mental fatultlp fatultlpun racIlI racIlIon
un fl March 7190 7 190 > 1 hi was oinmlttI ti titho t ttbe tthe
the Mercedti Lunatic asylum In this
United Slated from iiiiiun i I ga n cnunlii COUlllrICor cow ih ihifor i ifor
for the thel t > eilod uf mi ui 1 i fruin ruin ail ailalter it 1 1after Iaftef
after the passage pH IIII of ill I II i Incprenlathnlrhilli t tKcprMentfttlv tItepresenlatIveIlicimL
KcprMentfttlv ncprenlathnlrhilli Itlchm i a of otT1 ofT ofTsee T > r rre
see re 8 plypuucl 11IQpo I1 an am ii lo tiiitftt i ititit in srtn srtnnut JIIf1 JIIf1out In Inout
out tuc ti wuili for u ti I ilod od ii1 II i iye 1 1Y iyesr
ye Y yesr lIr i ivhKh vm I 1111 I 111 I n H IIIlrCIIH hIpmcie i u uprcii
prcii d an unifiidiiii n i in ing iill I m mon ilt ilton aon
on Un free llht willi wliI h i i nlm II M i idown i idown
down Thp llnil nle ot itt on M t 1 artopt jl jlthe iltht jLtIme
the bill WBH uninlniiiu uninlniiiulUprvaentHiUcx 11 not nll111I1 nll111I1np mmliii tmi tmi1tvprsentui
lUprvaentHiUcx np lentlllll v I I > M I i DllMl llillz 11 anJ anJOro n1l n1lOrolvnor aqGrosvenor
Oro Orolvnor v nor h liljd > > il u III1InC1 in ii > i > ncc with tittIpiesldent J Jpietldcnt tll tllpleld
pietldcnt pleld nt thin iioinirm n9tlv tu ijiu ijiunotion II II1I01l01lWIIh lie lienotion
notion 1I01l01lWIIh whlih hud hll hi 11011 in utkni hcmt by b > the thecommittee tneclJlllmittee thecmmnmittec
committee committeeThe cmmnmittecTIme
The committee reported the bill Wit Witwill butwill hilttrIll
will not call It up In lh > house i le1t1v le1t1vas dnv dnvas
as originally rontemptnt4d the th diniionhaving diniion llehIOIlhalnl tleclmonlhavIng
having been enraehe reaehea to ci bUng it u ui un under UIIder utudcc
der a rule tomorrow
A 4 teamster succeeded In catching th thcow Ihcow timcow
cow but tho little girl was unron unconou unconouDr > > ou ouDr OI1Dr
Dr Jones was as cqlled c 1Jed and found thi thichilds thlchild lit litchilds
childs face nnd body badly hrul d damid 1 1nnd 1nll
amid nll her skull fractured She v 10 n < tai tunen taien tdLten
en to the Murray hospital lto pltal where wheredied wh r ill illdl i idied
died dl 1 ivlthln an hour after the iu IIcdlJ < i > > at atwithout litwithout itwithout
without recovering fonHCloUen 8s Mrs MrsAVniiley MfllWllIe MrstVoiiiey
AVniiley the childs mother mothelwltlow s awidow a awidow
widow with several small children d dpendent dIendellt dleadent >
pendent on her
r
society complimented his successor successorDr
Dr A A C filing ElVIn and congratulated the theROdely theIiOclely thesocIety
socIety on the work accomplished u in inthe Inthe Inthe
the past year enr Dr Hiving YllIg was toast toastmaster toastmaRter toastitiaster
master Among the baste were Im Impossibilities 1mfJo18lbllll1el mipossibilitIes ¬
possibilities by Dr H S Scott cot Ar Argentl ArJntl Argenti
gentl Nltrntls Nit ra tis by Dr J S critchlow critchlowHuman CrltlhloHuman trltchlmullumimn
Human Nature ns tho tll Iet Bible BibleStudy BibleStudy
Study by Di A C Heblc YactllQ YactllQStrabismus actIiOtrubtsmnus
Strabismus by Dr Henry LaMotte LaMotteMotor LaMotteiotor
Motor Aphasia by Dr Union Worth WorthInston WorthIngtoii
Inston Lapsus Lingua by Dr H D DNllen DNibs
Nibs The banquet was much enjoyed enJoytJund
und was n success In every way The Thotables Thetables
tables were handsomely decorated antI nndun J
un orceshstm furnished sweet music musicAbout musicAbout
About V > doctors were present presenttlty Iwesentcity
city from roam which he lied on Feb 18
1901 rejoining his family He wan iaamuch wanmuch
much Improved but had frequent vio violent vt vtlent ¬
lent attacks In on one of which hf a1 a1temptixl a atemimpted
temptixl to kill his wife During theo theoattncks this4oattacks
attacks Kelto would discuss vehement vehemently ¬
ly various topics especially swlal > iues iuestlons iUSion
tlons ion i Nevertheless he neur dyne ns a aSocialist aSocialist
Socialist SocialistAt
At the beginning nt 1902 he expn exprcCd exprcCda wed weda
a wish to return to Spain His wife vUfrwho wifewho
who Is a hard working woman gave gaehim gaveilium
him worn money and h he started on his hisJourney hisjourimey
Journey In March IM Since then she ehehas shehas
has received two twoletters letters from lnr1 lnr1Am tilaliuI
Am iuI litter Htilphullillni Co CoChicago 1 1Chicago
Chicago Jan 13 1lThe The orgoniziii orguHizmmof n nof
of the American Illver Shiplui hipbuidinig hipbuidinigcompany ding dingcompany
company with a capital of 5000 5000et 5000etannotmnced mm mmannounced <
announced says a dispatch me 1V 1VChronicle l lChroimicle
Chronicle from Cincinnati All th h i iand t tand
and boatbuilding Industries along f fOhio t tOhio
Ohio and MIHS IiaaIaiIpii < PI i UMra liv n nn to toinciudttl I IIncluded
Included In the h MITK nmrtr r Man i f t > rn rnuae rihave
have already Ixiii u MI MICapt lit 1 1Capt
Capt E J Howard f JtrTfrsnn1 JtrTfrsnn1Ind JefferanUlad
lad who iwns < > ns ntvci ev ri il nmrln nmrlnIs s sis
Is the moving spirit f e enti r rW riv
W W v Hasard of CM hs M I Linti u d th diantic Me Meards
antic of Jeffc Jtffisomm onlll uim inethir n nCincinnati t tClimeinnati
Cincinnati Nw Yik Yi k n i I IltUburg IltUburgcapltallitH lIttturgcapitaltata
capltallitH are b bhnt > hmd th > > d deal dealrreoa < > al alMoroooo
Moroooo Matters let Serious SeriousNew SeriousNew
New York Jan I1 While the theMorocco theMorocco
Morocco artalr U mmv rTm ° t C rious so 1r 1rBH firas
BH Hi h sultans rcuT i Mfeat IH IHIMI a aU
IMI U I the Trlhi nt TniMlon nition i ifoul neablis =
foul lit lablf th r N I no ny aTmi i nt ntilin atiliflgi
ilin iliflgi n of lntmit il tnplu il i iTtv 4 4Tn
Ttv Tn i uris ar < xi and rji rjinlllnl n nnilflh
nlllnl from TunKli r hich is i h h1 i il
> l t intrigue mini trem h ry r I < a I Itin if ifhi
tin hi mil lii an n br b foi < l i > leitfnt i f ra raI a
1 7 I I APIPUl t Li the C1 i fOl 11 11It
1 < It I ni fl > pi oli nit t 5 < f fin
< in II I Irawn mu dl 1 < 1 1 rou roui n
1 i i The Thei Tbfl I di I i i1fl1 i1fl1Li trt trtV
Li i > m mmtaeiva U Upoo t ttp t tin
in I poo wn wTi r rer it vc vcsn
sn er to toring ilti capon capono
o ring 01 01Ti i be I J Jfli
fli ci Ti V It I Iin i it
t in Much fadrt I Iany i I r atil atilany
any nor rritici rriticiNPV rIIts trvenimt 3 3Nra
NPV Shipping fruit fruitT
T r in a Jan r 1 hep fivs fivst C t5 t5I
t i eK i if f t1 T1 1 v
1 1 ph n i thai 1 1Hnilfan ilongaT
Hnilfan truv tru 1 li u a athe atiti
the Hntlsn < i aid i i n nuhlpi
uhlpi shhppng n < i i I g I i iEui h hEutolw
Eui Eutolw i > e and tI ii iiProf iith iithlrof
Prof Thompson tin s to Columbia ColumbiaNew
New vr J 1 i f ref > f fThomeon 1 i iThomeon
Thomeon D 5k c i 1S > 1 1known 1known
known English iclentl t nan nanpolnttd nitioinnd
polnttd head Of the depart m ri r f fphyski fphysk
physki by tli he tiurtees of IMimt I e eunlverIiy i iuniversity
university to sue0Md th the Jate hat ULJ ULJMcholaa a aNhcholas
Mcholaa Itood For the tie last is eL eLProf i ilmf
Prof Thomson has been CitvntLSh CitvntLShfsaor < OA < ndsh ndshft
ft fsaor s0r of txpcrtmtntat ph phime > f > a nt COM COMbriaf Catabridgi
briaf unlvcrilty England
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