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It Will bo Noartho Sugar Factory FactoryIn
In Boxplder Countyt CountytMAY
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unit Ilolliim Ilolliimi Ilolliimf
A pro1 Iral expinplineattbn of the old oldnature
nature u Ranting Mahomet declining to toBII
BII to the mountain anil th subsequent subsequentjiiminiim
jiiminiim of the crags and peaks to toId
Id immediate proxlmlu < > f the Islam Islamj
j fnhit is now uiulit vvn > In lloxeldo lloxeldotaunts
taunts I he < m uii Hhoi t Mn has df dftlined
tlined tu bullj tu l > ei > Ulli > owing t te
e iigrui > hlral oiftui liH < < > n efuently Ih Ihinajoi
inajoi joitlon nf lii woville is going I Iipovr
ipovr OUT WHt to Ihe Malad uilley uilleybianih
bianih and jet in on the ground llowi llowiUF
UF < ci the good ihiiBH that follow in th thIf
If T t in of the iron IIUIHI IIUIHIN
N IVet the local Union PnclIU land landIfccilt
Ifccilt stated this morning that twu twuI
I jlts UKU thfie was ii meeting held lt lttti
tti Iowa achoolhotise ut Deweyvlllc to tocm
cm der the proposition of migrating migratingtn
tn thf rallrowl It was the unanimous unanimousi
i rue of the meeting that th ntr ntrtin
tin bo located nt a1 lnt betwsn betwsnDMveyvllle
DMveyvllle nnd Point Lookout Jn wo woj
j t tlm 31 town lilp 1 north What wM wMmore
more lo the pTjjntthe farmeM snbscrib snbscribcd
cd the um of liXPOO on tht spot an4 an4tf
tf > en handed over the subscription lilt liltto
to Perrv Crozler who Is out rustllns rustllnsIn
In the inuKe inuKeVv
Vv vay o a start for the now town townh
h iinini ot vhlch has not yel been beeni
> i lU < t upon but It will probably be beiiuled
iiuled Nllmrt Borne ctiHtcrn parties partieshi
hi o promised to erect nt once an ex extensive ¬
i tensive ioui and lumbr yard adjacent adjacentto
to the depot site of tho new to i ivl
vl lie two of tho leading stores nt ntDi
Di iyvllle will move over horse bag bagE
E gi nnd nitlllery Most of the re l lluiis
luiis of Deweyvllle Mr Peet avers
11 iilni peek 111 nnd migrate The Thetownilti
townilti ulilch will be laid out in a af
f d IVH 18 situated on Prut Nlhart NlhartUP
UP John Shumans propel ty tyThe
The meting which was an enthusias enthusiastic ¬
tic one was presided over by County CountyCrinmlsnoncr
Crinmlsnoncr Hart HartInquiry
Inquiry nt Ihe olllie of the resident residentri
ri trliiei of the Oregon Short I lne thi thiirorntiig
irorntiig elicited th Information thnt thntth
th 11 ton Construction company was to toCfiJ
CfiJ bii lly onRnged In retting Its grad grading ¬
ing outfit on the spot at Corlnne with withIndlrntiiiis
Indlrntiiiis thnt dirt would Ily tomor tomortir
tir bright nnd early earlyHACK
HACK ntoM punir punirA
A V MoCnno Arrives In NVvv Vork VorkProm
Prom South Amrrlunn Projicrllco ProjicrllcoA
A W McCune the heavy stockhoW stockhoWei
ei in Hie fonsolliUted nullwny Ht Pow Powtr
tr < uinpany alto one of the promotern promoternt
t the lallroad In Peru over which A
1 Wrlby IH general manager return returnd
d on Wednesday to New York from fromFuuth
Fuuth America when he has ben look lookliif
liif Into tho big copper and railroad railroadfroiiiislilons
froiiiislilons In which he has a large In Intfi
tfi t Thf fact thnt P J Quealy of ofIv
Iv mmrier and he are both reglstere1 reglstere1at
at the VaIdorfAstoria and are said to tol
l In constant consultation haa started startedtho
tho rumor that something will be heard heardt
f t > drop In the poutliern tlnli roul and andlion
lion propositions In the near future futureGOOD
if I Ifi
f Another IJcclniiinllnn Sclicmo That ThatU
U III llcnillt llnllrimds llnllrimdsOgden
I Ogden rtah MarcIt ST J II Qulntori Qulntoriand
and L II Taylor government engi engineers ¬
d IS neers were In Ofdcn last evening Mi MiJuvl
Juvl < r In construction englntrr In the theailJ
ailJ land reclsmntlon servlie and Is on onhs
S hs way to Nevada to bebln me flint flintwnrk
wnrk In land leclumatlon He staien staienthat
that thin ork will beRln within twu twuufekii
ufekii on the Ixiwer Carnon by dam damming ¬
li ming the rlvei Two hundred thousand thousandtn
tn n i touiheast of VuiUwortli will lie lierii
rii iulm d by thi dam furnishing furnishingImmis
Immis for llfW fainllus Tlie Truikeo TruikeoiKn
iKn IH ii I so to b dammitd west of U Uru <
ru Nevada 1ake Tahoe Is tu In Inlumintil
lumintil and turned Into a rerulr rerulrfrom
from huh canal will carry water tu tuthe
the rrid i nds ndsSiiutlurii
Siiutlurii Pnclllu nnd Union Paclllo Pacllloi
i Olllclnls Hound foi1 Kciitiiuk KciitiiukJ
J Ii us learneil toln on autlmiltj
J Mll thi XuW Voik Evening Po t lull lullnlKit
nlKit Hint the otTlters uf th Soutliem
1 l a iii < < oman who lefi Callfoiniu Callfoiniui
i > IH il I w k ti > come eii arc on onUK
UK lo he ie < tl > tn l te tininli tininlineti >
neti Vpdne l i > In thi lolor injuni injuniitun
itun suit In KentU ky to > Ui UiItilon
Itilon Vm III Mituig It IKOtiO liaiH liaiHI
I i > f Souhern Im illi simk at tlie an anmectlltl
mectlltl > rll v vtec
tec utnluis m ludlng J c stubb stubbi
i i at trail imuinKit will b < plsoed plsoedin
in i hi stuii l tn ttitlfi uKihict tie
11 in of the i utnjHrInMnlK Dial IU IUlUiiiew
lUiiiew Iti being diverted tn thi Union Uniontli
tli from ih Houthtrn PuclHc PuclHcProio
Proio Oanjdii Itosnrt ItosnrtTlie
Tlie outlool fur tbe paenRrr bull bullr
r < us cuer tl Klu Giande Western to toIIH
IIH summer nsoits In Provo canyfin canyfinI
I brlcht f the ifiming Season Seasoni
i ierd j J I lionnnn iint ir > > n niinuil
iinuil from fa uinier In ialli < rnla and andin
in Juun to thi lvt < r FHIN n non noni
i illi the nt > iitlini uf Retting It m shape shapei
i the inning u on und In i kntaily kntailyiitlng
> iitlng ut u mimher uf impin < menl menlft
ft what t ill tu iHme at the 1orkpAs 1orkpAsl
l Metnatk M ll is time ° he Slick Slickiri
iri ate i inkinj on an Irrigation Irrigationinntraa
inntraa in dUho whih will k p pni
ni in but during th sunrner It t be bei
i u il hoWvvei that Ihe v > mtit > ty Will Willue
ue eased to i miputrnt nterer ntererIt
It n IKIIIKO In lime limeommcnoInK
ommcnoInK > und y thf o Cmnd CmndI
I rtmntre the lime f tli ikpartnre of ofHi
Hi llelier In un h train fi nii Bait Lake LakeHtesftfcr
Htesftfcr tl > train 111 leive at t a am
m i null ml of p m Toe pi x nger de del
l iMmert cnlini > thut th < Hang ban bann
n made un an unt th U 8 8mails
fiPIKi AM Illl IlllI
I R til for tl i h i IK > AC < > r < it Went Wentri
ri al M 1 i I IOK U v ctd to tonnli
nnli 11 S 1 i u i v vOtneml
Otneml A i i UK UKMil
Mil laf I Itlin
tlin urh OlUtri i n nto
to look over th thTbe
Tbe Jollj Five i i iIon
Ion to Of a on Hu
The 1Uo C foi foiTh
Th tnim
for th iit t < i ihls month show showll
ll ill HllMt ll > II IIThe
The lUllwav A < r Is authority f < u uth
th fltat < u ni i in i riuule wil wilronitrui
ronitrui v i i f i nt4 thin thinyear
M r u tompany tompanylias
lias apili ii i i v oik stDck ex exchange ¬
change to II I llrKt refundltll refundltllinortgng
inortgng i in tfuniantied bondi bondiof
of 121 121The
The dlrecMm of th e Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniarowl
rowl lme auth iilsed nn Issue of Block Blockamounting
amounting o < i < er cent of tin out outstutidlrm
stutidlrm stock It D > Issued at W s sItere
Itere payable In n M Installments InstallmentsTm
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With a fascination born half of ad admiration ¬
miration and half of horror a fair sUe4 sUe4audience
audience sat bieatbleu through Itoie ItoieCoghlan
Coghlan HelliieAtlon of Cue Secoml SecomlMm
Mm Tsftqtieray ut th Tbwter last lastnight
night Ttutt the hoot did Jiot contain containa
a big throng of people 1 regrettable regrettablebut
but J theitpr goers hud seen ttm play playat
at tht hands of the Kendalls In 1111 1111other
other did not iheilsh the most pleas pleasant ¬
ant rc < ni < vii < > ns of Miss Cognlani CognlaniKcrKitMeNnt
KcrKitMeNnt lust year und ajlll ajlllthTK
< thTK were tnutlous about pKtronU pKtronUIIIK
IIIK < i ne liljtht show la t nlgtit nlgtitliiiucvr
liiiucvr every one present was will willIDK
IDK in tuTord JIIi n ViKhlHn and her hertine
tine ictrumny of playeis th most un unMHervtil
MHervtil mul entlmslastlc pralae While Whiletin
tin play has a gloom subject and andv
v hlli one rgirts thnt a rlt r of line lineni
ni < t liillllunt attainments should delve delvelnii
lnii > ihr cwapoolH and nuasmlret of ofR
R Inl lf a nil die up a plot that were werebfttfi
bfttfi left unfolded still one cannot cannotdeny
deny the vait power with which tho thotnry
tnry Is told nor Indeed Is It to be n nnlcd >
nlcd that It teaches a tremendous les lesion
ion the leMon that nu man no matter matterhrivt
hrivt noble his luiplratlonii ran oer oerhope
hope to h at down the prejudices of ofHodety
Hodety mid Induce the world to open openIts
Its urmfl tu n woman who vast Is Isfull
full of black Npnts even though the theranii
ranii glv < > her hli name and attoinpt attoinptto
to lift h i Duo hli podltlon podltlonAs
As the woman with H dual nature natureHtonnv
Htonnv tempviituous repentant tender tenderund
und spiteful hi > i better iiart always alwaysbattling
battling with the worse Miss Coghlan Coghlanfiuvt
fiuvt an Interpretation full of strength strengthnnd
nnd fldelltx Hh < > uus applauded again againiild
iild npaln and wuuld have been beenliroueht
liroueht before the turtiiln at the close closebut
but for thi > fart that the teirlble de denouement ¬
nouement left tho audience with Us Usfeelings
feelings ton much wrought up to In Indulge ¬
dulge In applause Mont admirably admirablywas
was she supported probably she never neverHunounderl
Hunounderl hemelf with a better com company ¬
pany Mr Hltchle as the husband husbandwas
was the eentterrmn of nobility uelgheU uelgheUdown
down with the anxiety of Ills position positionto
to perfection Miss Hoslyn as Rllcan Rllcandid
did a rnif piece of uutlng of the In Ineniiou
eniiou sort while Mlas Colton as asMr
Mr Cortelyou poitrayed to the life an annttnnce
nttnnce of tlie hlih brud Kngllah Kngllahdome
dome The oilier In the cast ere all alljood
jood Unfortunately for absent thea theaer
er goers the engagement was limited limitedto
to one nUhl only
94 94At
At the flrand Inst night Ulte a good goodturnout
turnout asMinbled to give the hand handtiliake
tiliake to Mr Maltese and his new crea creaIon
Ion The Wrong Mrs Appleton The Theaudlenco
audlenco Mas In v r > good humor and andlit
lit absurdities of tho play met with a aleafty
leafty retponsn from the fathering fatheringwhich
which porhapn fortunately for Mr MrMaltese
Maltese ae not Inclined to be over overcritical
critical Ills piny Is a and mix up upof
of the wildest kind of burlesque anil anilfnr
fnr < e comedy fashioned after the lines linesif
if Mixed IlfUles Charlies Aunt Auntand
and The Man From India A real realmotherinlaw
motherinlaw nrvl a burlesque mother mothernlaw
nlaw impttryoniteu by a mmi in fe fenale
nale clothes th Irrespresslble Malteso Maltesoilmsclf
ilmsclf furnished the complications complicationsut
> ut If onp wished to place his finger oit oithe
he k ipot in tlie play which we weiow
iow no one will It would bt found In Inht
ht fact that the daughter of the pi ere erereemed
reemed unable to distinguish between betweenwr
wr own iftother nd the bogus mother mothernlav
nlav If the two characters could couldt
t made to look alike which they can cannot ¬
not be thin Htumbltng block could lie lieovercome
overcome hut Tht Wrong Mrs Ap Apileton
ileton thrnughout IP a piece that de defies ¬
fies crltUUm It IK written to make makepeople
people laugh and last night U succeed succeeded ¬
ed edMi
Mi Thomas lillo rnther lifeless lifelessshiMd
shiMd more ens than the other ainn ainnIUIK
M hi ovsn vay Ming rariltM rariltMfT
> fT thr hdiiom of the evening ami amiFrank
Frank Young disguised as Fentun Fentunlini1
lini1 AH well at he could a part partvhlch
vhlch the beat of actors could hardly hardlyitne
itne made anything out of The otto ottois
is can be ranked as fair The same sameperfoimunce
perfoimunce goes for the remainder of ofthe
the week weekAt
At the Theater tonight the attraction attractionv
v III be th big basket ball tournament tournamentThis
This afternoon the childrens party partyholds
holds the boards boardsThe
The famous Icrturer fellen M Stone Stonewill
will be he r < 1 at the Bait Lake Theater Theatertomorrow
tomorrow nletit HeY Intensely tniwr tniwre
e tlng recltnl of her capture her lltv lltvamong
among thr Mnrednnlan brluands and andher
her final Mea form a thrilling chap chapand
and her turratlon will n rinuitt rinuittlistened
listened to bv n Immense audleun audleunTIILRilAN
In Une of the Itli I < aw Finns FinnsOf
Of UIP StntoSiii IluwliiiH Tnlks TnlksThett
Thett ns an Important change In Inthe
the law firm of Rawllns Thurman ThurmanHurd
Hurd ft Wedge wood yesterday after afternoon ¬
noon In fact the firm was by mutual mutualconsent
consent dissolved anil then reorgan reorganised ¬
ised tn the reconstruction Judf JudfThurman
Thurman rtlr s and bis old asaorlatM asaorlatMwill
will continue their practise as here heretofoio
tofoio Cp klii of the mutter today
Senator Pa lint said saidThe
The Hint van formed shortly after aftermy
my election to the Inlted flutes snale snaleund
und It was the Intention of Mr Tbur Tburniun
niun to remove from Irovn tn Xalt XaltLako
Lako but eventj transpired thereafter thereafterHhlch
Hhlch rendered It lmunenl nt for him himtu
tu do KO nnd t cnrdlnfiy he uliandoned uliandonedUK
UK Id a Notnltlwtandlnf this rhnnxe rhnnxeof
of purpose the firm has ooBtlnued ooBtlnuedMi
Mi Thurmati being chiefly orcui > t d dwith
with the business at Provo and In the thesouth
south nd tfc other member of the thetlrin
tlrin dulnx biWlRpss al Halt Lake Al Althe
the urimniil purpiise for which the firm firmAS
AS organized cannot be carried into intoeftd
eftd it ivas concluded that It wa lu luthe
the mutuil Interests nf its nnmli is isthat
that the dissolution should take pl e eTh
Th utmost grxxl filing has pre iii ii iiI
I twr n the mstnliiM of the firm an I Ithe
the rame friendly relations between th thindividuals
individuals h < cli composed It will be beixmtlnued
ixmtlnued ixmtlnuedA
A arnnn S a c ciTVll
iTVll tbe lory When your be d
h ktid nu dcl Mliim conitl conitlJK
JK out of tuiv uuii your yourno
no JHUU u t i iAnd
And Uke a d > frm 1 lo 4 4ou
> ou will tw mri r vil at U w wth
th y will do lhir mirk cnr < your
PhtMachc ind lllpuiiip rum UH UHi
i i aLnn aLnnkl
Delights a Big Audlonco at tho thoAlhambra
Alhambra in San Francisco FranciscoAN
tViiintier Mliorull Aiiplmuled AiiplmuledllrlimliigVurlli
llrlimliigVurlli IrniiifiH Hnrorci Hnrorcilililcr
lililcr llnMimuti Mculu MculuIMt
IMt Mondays Ban PranclicoCall las lastre
tre following artlol on the vlH of oftho
tho Tnbtrnaile choir to that tlty tltyThree
Three hundred or more member of ofthe
the Mormoft Church and great greatCtowd
Ctowd of clUwM of other faiths packed packedth
th Alhambra theater last night when whenlilt
lilt Mormon choir numborlng 80 80under
under the direction of Prof Ktephen KtephenB
B Vfl a iaora concert The choir if ifliire
liire again on a pleasur excursion excursionhaving
having the recollection of lust yeais yeaisvMtal
vMtal to Ban Francisco fre h and andIhasantly
Ihasantly In Il memory memoryIt
It was a graceful tribute toSmi Fran Francisco ¬
cisco when the choir rented the Alham Alhambra ¬
bra and generously threw ojwn the thetUorn
tUorn to the public that once again th thexcellent
excellent voices might be heard ren rendering ¬
dering th great choruses nnil l rt rtMIIIK
MIIIK for which the choir ha l comr comrfamous
famous famousThere
There wag no ofllclal program Isst Isstnl
nl ht Th whole thlnjf was Informal InformalThe
The visitor from Salt Lake City ever everappeared
appeared upon Ihe stage In their travel travelln
ln costumes and Director Stephens Stephensconducted
conducted his great aggregation of ofvolcea
volcea u mmill pnrt of the full choir choirYhlch
Yhlch number 800 when at home In Inth
th massive tabernacle In an everyday everydayULconventlonal
ULconventlonal suit Perhaps the ab abrenre
renre of laces and satins and broad broadcloth
cloth isttlfUeil In making the gutherln gutherlndistinctly
distinctly friendly and unceremonious unceremoniousIt
It was a most enjoyable evening and andtl
tl i on ml of applause which followed followeduuh
uuh number and the frequent encores encoresoico
oico more revealed the appreciation of oftho
tho people of this city cityTh
Th first number plven was the Mor Mormon
mon anthem Let the Mountain MountainShcut
Shcut ly the etithu choir This was wasfr
fr llowed by the hymn O My Puttier PuttierSiptrbiy
Siptrbiy rendered alio by the full choir choirJohn
John Itobinson a baritone soloist of th thK
K > rty then RATO n delightful rendition renditionof
of Noble Uoy of Truth and the audi audience ¬
ence would not be satisfied until Roti RotiInron
Inron retnondeil with an encore The Thechoir
choir then gave the anthtni In Our Ourredeemers
redeemers Name and the Mormon Mormonniperinl
niperinl quartet gave the hymn whlri whlriwas
was so greatly loved by the lamented lamentedPo
Po tdent McKlnley Lead Klndlv
2 Ight IghtThe
The quartet wa composed of T S SAshvvortli
Ashvvortli Alfied Hest Victor Chris Chrisinpheraen
inpheraen and Wlllard Squires Tb TbHoly
Holy City was lh next number sung sungby
by little Miss Millie Williams who re revived ¬
vived a well merited and hearty en encere
cere Ml Lottie Owens sweet soprano sopranonice
nice waa heaid In Its fullnttw and andbtatity
btatity of tone In the solo My Redeem Redeemei
ei and My Lord The choir then gave gaveih
ih part son Tlie Kea Hath It Itretirls
retirls and Inllummatu t i > win winaU
> aU of which was exquisitely tang bv bvMr
Mr LlMle T Kdward Mrs Kdward Kdwardhka
hka a voice of rare quality The sacred sacredconcert
concert was brought to a lo e > with n nstirring
stirring rendition of America In Inwhich
which the whole of the aftt audlenc audlenctook
took part The religious exercises werx werxcmlucted
cmlucted by I3ldr Joseph E Hobln Hoblngen
gen who In the court of the evening eveningpuvo
puvo a liicKI nnd Interesting explana explanation ¬
tion of Morinonlsm MorinonlsmTO
TO ctnti A COID ix iNi nvr nvrT
T t Iii > tlv IlroacMJolnln TibleU All driic driicliKto
liKto TftuM l mofwi If It f Ui to cure L W Wtirorei
tirorei KMInr UcmcitblMii Mt MtThe
The new Irrigation I < uw In pamphlet pamphletForm
Form only lOc at the Deseret News Newsliook
liook Store StoreJUNCTION
ilio Itoilotillalilo Mrs Corbott Afaln AfalnIlnlntlfT
IlnlntlfT Wins WinsSpecial
Special to tht Newt Newtftgdsn
ftgdsn March 27 The redoubtable redoubtableSlrs
Slrs Corbett Is evidently Intent on onhaving
having tht scalps of more tjrablers tjrablersdangling
dangling from her belt This mornln mornlnshr <
shr appeared at the police station for forthr
thr purpose of getting the names of all allstloong
stloong nd hi lneis lioues In the city cityhicti
hicti are running slot machlnea It It Itunderstood
understood she will ttttar out com compiiilnts
piiilnts agmlnst all such charging them themv
v ith gambling
The Jury In the cast of 0 car VI1 VI1lloms
lloms s the Southern Ioclflc railroad railroaddrought
drought in a verdict this morning for fortho
tho plaintiff for 1240 The action was wasbought
bought to rtcoer Jl Mt for the al alleged
leged killing by defendant company of ofplsjntlfff
plsjntlfff brother brotherIAIIER
Deputy Sheriff Belnap returned to toOfden
Ofden last night bringing with htm htmI
I J Lapler wanted here on a charge chargeof
of obtaining money under false r re retuntes
tuntes He waa arrested In Wyomlnjr Wyomlnjrat
at the itquest at tht ffloom in thli thlicty
cty H will have a hearing before beforeJustice
Justice Hall this afternoon afternoonARUE8TED
Jlerman Jones and Hans Smith wtr wtrarrested
arrested by the police on complaint of ofCKOIJB
CKOIJB A Morgan who alleged that thatthe
the men held him up last night ami amirobbed
robbed htm of t8 Thr offlier do not notpaee
paee much r < nflAenc In the charge chargelroiifht
lroiifht for the reason that Vorgir Vorgiraiijir
aiijir tl at the Mat Ion this morning morningand
and desired to withdraw the complaint complaintand
and said he did not wish to proaecutf proaecutfthe
the < aae aaeOOVHRNUKNT
J H Taylor government entjlner entjlnerfn
fn > m washlinton u has charge of oftho
tho ronitructlon of canals and tfther tftherIrrifattoa
Irrifattoa schemes for he redemption redemptionif
if the arid lands of the west aceom aceomranled
ranled by Mr Clinton an attach of ofth
th saniH department ua In Ogdth OgdthiHHt
iHHt nlgftt n route to Nevada whither whithertty
tty CD to perform englne ring work
f < i the reclamation of arid land in that thatmatt
rs IltirtMlt ot Snn Krandfeo Sac Saccwmh
cwmh to nn Altaek of Diabetes DiabetestotktNtwr
totktNtwr totktNtwrPmo
Pmo March rMra Kstlitr Bur Burnett
nett of Baa Francisco died last even evenng
ng at tti boot of br nl e Mi ssr ssrah
ah Hr nlon Mt TTiirnn i mie here hereatt
att Ni int r to In t il i < J f of ofer
> er i In I n tl I > Mu Klltn Klltnxth
xth I t n nfrorr < >
frorr I t f fi
i v t tvat
vat a tidier of trte lat III h ir J Jrfr
rfr ton nn i urn in Hutl > i ih
h t UK a > i > 4
11 I h v ft > ur husbu I t
latt Tliomas T Iltirntt In J852 hml hmllocated
located In Jrovu where the family wue wueprominent
prominent lnlii tional ami buslnefl buslneflaffairs
affairs In 1M they moved to Sftn SftnIranclnco
Iranclnco when they have rtHdal oVej oVejtlnce
tlnce Mrs nercton leaves out stn ami amithiee
thiee daughter all In California ttno ttnohave
have been lonnnunlcated with aa to tin tindisposition
disposition of the remains In all prob probability
ability they will be ahlpped to San SanFrancisco
Uonril of Olllcen tn Coiivcno Here
31 n chill chillThe
The following order was Issutd today todayfrom
from tht headquarters of the naUdnal naUdnalguard
guard under the title of special ordtr ordtrNo
No lt ltA
A board of officers will ronvene At the thecall
call of Ihe pieidilent thereof on Jloroh JlorohII
II IMS or as soon thereafter aa mC mCtlcabkt
tlcabkt lo oonnld r the qutfltkni Of 80 80vlsable
vlsable chan eii In Ihe uniform Of the thenational
national guard of thin stulo sugftiWd sugftiWdby
by geniiai oniori No 81 adjutant gin ginrals
rals oin R i i A Washington D DC
C establishing r > f regulation W to tothe
the clothing for the United 0Ut B ftr ftrmy
my Th board in making Ita tewia tewiamendatlons
mendatlons will UHO Indicate 1 ante antewhen
when such changes should bt inatle inatleand
and n naihlnu lt ronclutloiu will b bguided
guided by n iouillt > ctlon of lilt tact tactthat
that Inusmui h an officers are rtqumtd rtqumtdto
to furnish their mm uniform only ich ichchange
change n un > least exptnslve and andmost
most neresnai nlould lie recommended recommendedaa
aa etsentlal etsentlalDetail
Detail for the l > nard nardHrlttadler
Hrlttadler Onwil John Q Cannon CannonCol
Col Sum c 1ark 1arkLleutiMiant
LleutiMiant Cnlorel John I Sptncer SptncerLieutenant
Lieutenant Win C Webb WebbLieutenant
Lieutenant Fiicman P Ilastttt IlasttttIly
Ily order of the IcuminlerlliclilOf IcuminlerlliclilOfHAS
HAS S HimTOV HimTOVAdjutant
Adjutant General GeneralGUAK1
Say 1rovhlnn fnr Irotcrtton of Mill Milltnry
tnry Jrojiortlcs Is IimitrqtmU1 IimitrqtmU1The
The local National Ouard ollloer ollloerhave
have received a hunch that a r ttilffr ttilffrarmy
army olllcer will bt here presently for forIntpettlon
Intpettlon of the gtntenrmory and state statemilitary
military properttts and preparation Is IsIn
In order to make ns good a liovng na nal
l > os lble Hut complaint Is nmdt hat hatthe
the provision by tht LeifUlaturt for thy thyproper
proper housing and protection of mill milltaiy
taiy iroi > ertlei U Inadequate and that thatIt
It Is ItnpoKxIble far company cMiimaml cMiimamlers
ers tu tak pivjiei caie of the propertlkia propertlkiaentrusted
entrusted to their cliar e and Tor wlitoli wlitolithey
they io held Hccountable Otis prom prominent ¬
inent guard officer states thlt thtit thtithave
have been aevtral lobbtrtot of fltute fltutemilitary
military properties In the prtMtit Im Imperfectly ¬
perfectly protected state ftimury ami amicompany
company comnmndeis are mad resiKip resiKipslble
slble for such IIIMWS Col Park stated statedtoday
today when asked about thlt thnt he heonce
once took particular care to bux up upquartermasters
quartermasters stores entrusted tu his hiscare
care and fastvned the box securely Hut Hutat
at sonic time to ulllant unknown par parties ¬
ties deliberately broke the box open openwith
with a big chlMl and made off tvlth tvlthquits
quits a bunch ot guodH Tht colonel colonelholds
holds tliat the armory should be more morecarefully
carefully proided by protection by the thestate
state There IN u board of Inquliy now nowIn
In tesslon or supposed to be In ataslon ataslonlooking
looking Into the unfavorable conditions conditionsobtaining
obtaining here In the lack of armory armorycuvenlences
cuvenlences It In claimed that tnc real realdifficulty
difficulty In the ase of Capt Mumtn rs rsIs
Is that propel ty which he was Hot Hotgiven
given means to properly protwt protwtthanks
thanks to lack of legislative Inattention Inattentionmysteriously
mysteriously disappeared and he Is Isheld
held responsible The utate does not notgive
give the guard lt < proper Held equip equipment ¬
ment so It Is charged nnd there ore no nowagons
wagons at all for conveyance of tents tentsor
or other equlpmvnt The rejiort of the theregular
regular army oilteer on the condition of ofthe
the armory and the lack of other thlitgs thlitgsneedful
needful In the guard will be looked foV foVward
ward to with hrtnt Interest InterestIOSTJIASTHIt
8 clal to the Vewe VeweWashington
Washington D C March t7n P PWacem
Wacem h been apixlntd postmaster postmasterat
at Iltwetttt Nei Pirc H county Idaho Idahovice
vice Wm S Klc retlBned retlBnedIdaho
Idaho Pensions granll Original OriginalW
W D Iembertoii Kendrkk In Increase
crease Alexander D Morgan Welwr WelwrSamuel
Samuel Thatcher Login Utah hai haibeen
been appointed railroad mail < < > rk rkA
A pot lflee t 01 n Fremont < oun ouniy
iy Wyo h > u been reestablished with withTred
Tred B Morrli a pwtmaster The Thepoitoincei
poitoincei at Farnwood Ida and Cum Cumberland ¬
berland Wyo will become domestic domesticmoney
money order oHloee April 1 1A
A civil service examination will be behrld
hrld at Moscow April 17 and I ewlston ewlstonIdaho
Idaho April 1 for the position of leiK leiKand
and letter carrier In the jMWtotflcf it itjilnces
jilnces jilncesPension
Pension grant IncrtaM P L LSqulrtr
Squlrtr Salt Uke 2I Original EoV EoVJonta
Jonta Martin Ida IdaMEKHY
Hoturii of Her Lclllcli Will Doullless DoulllessSco
Sco Soinetliliii SoinetliliiiIt
It is announced fiora AVasblngtott AVasblngtottthat
that Ker J L Lolllch superintendent superintendentof
of Methodist mlitlons in this state pro proposea
posea to return t Salt Lake to face his hisaccunera
accunera Leplclta counsel In the mat matter ¬
ter of the charge of polygamy against againstSctiatoi
Sctiatoi timoot < l f od thrlr illint und undclaim
claim to have sutttclent evidence to bt btcure
cure a hearing btfore the innate com commtte
mtte on prlvuleget and flections The Theattorneys
attorneys also repivsent the slgurrs of ofthe
the Salt Lake protest and say thut the theeaae
eaae of the protest will be pushed also alsoto
to a flulsli flulsliThe
The majority of the local Methodist Methodistclergy
clergy and the laity vho have taken t lu lust ¬
st nd against Leilkhs retuin ulll ulllawait
await that return lth interest and tin tinprospects
prospects are that there sl be a tiirrry tiirrrytime
time of it The opposition well undtr undtrttamls
ttamls the bulldog nuturu of thi > NupLi NupLiIntendent
Intendent and reinombem hl allied alliedatalenunt
atalenunt In a Ministerial uiul uiulmeeting
meeting that when he went in u u light lighth
h nt Into It to kill Ho tjipv ate pi piDtrctl
Dtrctl of a stlft and Ihely contest if ifthe
the inline of blskops nnd tn huiiu iuis iuisslonjry
slonjry board sUnd by Ulllch onn Of Ofthe
the Methodist people av r that the theprospfit
prospfit for a general break up In Un Unchurch ¬
church uf this slate vlll Ix iery g > x > d dMoat
Moat uf tlie Methodists In 1Uh liixe no nome
me foi lAIIkh One Instance IK re reutled
utled of an Interesting perfonnant uf ufthis
this mun It waa at a reception
n the Halt Lak Theater to tin I Igateii
gateii from eastern churches en toute to toa
a national convention on the 1aUtV 1aUtVcuait
cuait e Ullkh was callnd un lor lorIhe
Ihe long prajcr ahd stood up and anddd
dd the whole uf it from Iru < nu cnpt
The Inrerenctf WM that At hud copied
he Mine and never took the trouble to tonetnorlM
netnorlM It ItItKKKKUrKKS
Tii < meeting of tht Utah H ke p n nii <
ii istlon will be held In Ihe city and andun
un ty building on Monday April C at
10 oclock a m Instead nf nn th 5th 5thprox
prox heretutoi p publlshe <
work will be rmumrd on the theIloliin
Iloliin building April 1 ky which time timetin
tin Muyd Iron aou urk will have haveto
to arrive arriveNew
New books oonllntw to l > e niiliut il iltu
tu tlie KIMS library so Hint it protnlx protnlxlo
lo liiiome before limn om f th nioiil nioiilllbrarius
llbrarius In tin t tc tcK
K W Jlcl the W > eurold tioy of ofB
B il < Lees of tuts > H > > > tHtcrda tHtcrdauf >
uf illphtlwrlB and nn burled privately privatelyli
li > I ndertakvr ICfaiix tltx morning morningCounty
County Ticanursr M l > s called In Infor
for payment and In < i pajlng all war warranli
ranli for Jury aiiu HniH lu > outitatul outitatull
l r i rlor to Jan 1 1wi 1wiThe
The management uf ih liuseret liuseretTirnli
Tirnli club is nmlniMiin n > necure s sdemiulile
demiulile court nu east I lut fcoulli streot streotmi
mi which to pity dtiiliK th mining sea seasun
A 0 IV otlruir und fl 8 BBS BBSlinn
linn of Wa > n wuiil lutv r < rn < l from fromlln
lln Hlg Horn wunit > hr they have havei
i < m uperintend ig tin xurey for a big biguiul
< uiul uiulIlrsldenl
Ilrsldenl Jowph K 8mttri Vlll the thesptukir
sptukir at III tiecoml nurd oik Bunilijy BunilijyIndia
India the iue t1ii loiiiiiuiiilna Ut sw swThere
There will be spicial mu u mid all Inter Interittvd
ittvd are lnvlt l lThe
The City Streot improvement company companyriKunnd
riKunnd work un Houtu Irfipli sirwt sirwtthin
thin iiiunilng ti iren tho nrtnuncnt nnd nndHtdti
Htdti ngi < wrtli u form uf nl ft und undtiumn
tiumn plowing ani lanNnn uvrty tin1 tin1ll
ll in Kil iluWh lo Kliil lilt furiti nlll nlllto
to S6 nun and J tvaml aiul aiultlk
tlk hopes are Hut In Inuf
uf Die roadway Will bo boA
A Joint menting of Ihe Ilali commls commlsMi
Mi rrm to anting tor tnli > lt ui the Ht Htloui
loui exposition and the Le l i A Clark ClarkisiKiiitlonai
isiKiiitlonai Portland WB < held In tlov tlovernoi
ernoi Ulif1 ulllcu todu > Th plan of oftn
tn t shlbits wcrtt dlsi U M d In a general generalmarner
marner t < y the comuils lon r present presentTwo
Two case of m lpox wer reported tu tutin
tin bimrd Af health today Tnay are areJli
Jli rune llBglnnls aged 1 Cllft Place PlaceOILig
OILig Uev rey aged W 15 Midway ave avenue ¬
nue nueThi
Thi re are no more enntein eggn nrrlv nrrlvIIIK
IIIK owing to th low extotv Into which whichloiul
loiul markets Have fallen dim to the thehlrliT
hlrliT price obtaining in the middle middleIutnn
Iutnn status Utah hum have rorim l linul
inul with the return of warmer weather weatherhim
him returned lu their post of duty and andun
un lining nobly Everybody Is sating satingKUS
KUS now t m K > up for lout time dur during ¬
ing the sever cold weather weatherI
I he Salt Iak iuano company Is open openIIIL
IIIL lor the summer t > uintw m promln promlnlim
lim liapt > and It shipping several hun huniiin
iiin IUIIH to northern points Th guano guanoIn
In ilmiiwJ from the lulund north of btanj btanji
i m > on a bout built ennecU ly for this thisiiuniu
iiuniu e and on arrival olt Saltalr te m milrlv
ilrlv out Into thf water alunBlde of the theHOW
HOW und bring In the su no for trans transla
la to uim Hut a little later he shin shinniintu
niintu will be made via Hlack Hock Hockwhue
whue the suiino can ba loaded directly directlyin
in ii tli cms cmsSaunders
Saunders the llv stock man hai haireu
reu rtH from different localities north ami amiMuutli
Muutli UN to ungv and IU xtoik condi condition ¬
tion i und says that the report as to los lost
t iht past winter have beon largely c ciiKKtiuled
iiKKtiuled and that sheep anil caUIe on onthe
the ranges aro doing quite w il Of Ofmime
mime the sever weather has necewltat
1 loiittnued heavy feeding but tho thoir
ir < wf > rs will pull through In good sh > e eTin
Tin Suit l k Chapter of the American AmericanInmitute
Inmitute of Hank Clerks ftuld a vvwl at attended
tended n ting lust evinliig t the torn tornniintiil
niintiil Savings bunk The paper of oftin
tin evening was read i > v Hon trsnK u uMinims
Minims on the liability of endorsements endorsementsii
law thoroughly re refunair
ii nn K iovcrw1 the
funair to Ui subject under the heads of ofIjiinK
IjiinK endorsement retrnctlve eniorii enioriinn
and spel spelli
nn itn qualified endorsement
li il endorsements The Information giv givn
< n IM prove useful lo the clerks who whoThi
Thi llocky Mountain Dell Telephone TelephoneMUM
MUM is up and doing In the line of offiriir
firiir circuits and Is muklng the saw sawilmt
ilmt My The management ho started startedH
H i in nit of nJr dy W larment from a actntir
ctntir lit Point Lookout In the Rear river riverlouiir
louiir the name number have b en se sei
i ui l In tho vicinity of West Webwwhlie Webwwhliew
w Man a short rsdlus nf Idaho Fnlls W Wfiiiuer
fiiiuer ub9crllwr have b en fjcnrel fjcnrelThU
ThU circuit Iticludes Colonel Holmes Holmesrauch
rauch which Ukes thre telephon At AtRial
Rial leleplionw have been Installed Installedana
ana futmor conMclten out ld are being beingmade
made The Company Is canvassing for forsuhscTibers
suhscTibers In Murray whence free ser service ¬
vice is given with this city Murrav l lnt
nt sub exttian e of thte city Th Thmtntr
mtntr of March will fee 1W new tale talephone
phone placed In urn Ice
j y yTMtllUB
TMtllUB LlKitUilyWcst ttlltl Utuli UtuliOnly
Only a half dostn stock partlclpatwl partlclpatwlIn
In the ale made on chanfie thli aftor aftornoon
noon The market continued dull and andinactive
inactive Daly West and rtah how however
ever were stronger The sale were wereDalyJudge
DalyJudge 290 at 1010 1010DalyWest
DalyWest 40 at M 190 at 410 IK IKat
at UI 100 at 4212 MO at 4247U 4247UMay
May Day 100 at 18 18Silver
Silver Shield MO at GK GKUtah
Utah 100 at 72ft 72ftYa
Ya nkee 100 at 4Ui 4Uiarui
arui ruirtrLruinn ruv tru nnnnxinnn nnn nnnWITH
In Judge Dlelils court thld mornlnB mornlnBJack
Jack Itlcnardnon was arraigned on the thechares
chares of assault Inu ona Pat llyan llyanWith
With n deadly weapon Uichardson Uichardsont
t > t Aded not guilty and his ball wan wanfixed
fixed at SSM In default nf that amount amountIM
IM wan taken to the county jail Ills IllsCrteu
Crteu uae set for Monday mornlnfr mornlnfrOn
On motion of the prosecuting attor attorn
n r the caw against Sam Cohen Cohenctmryed
ctmryed with ctNilliiR JK vrorth of cop copner
ner coll from the Portland Cement Cementwork
work was continued Indefinitely IndefinitelyJ
J C Wilkinson charged with withforger
forger was arraigned before Judge JudgeDlahl
Dlahl nnd entered a plea of not guilty guiltyIlls
Ills CMC was net for Tuesday morning morningIn
In default of 250 ball he was lodged In Inth
th county bacllle bacllleThe
The nw Irrigation I < aw In pamphlet pamphletfotin
fotin only Itc at th IMert Newa NewaBook
Book Store StoreTWO
Vlotlnti of SluluhliiR Acaldrnt rllc rllcAotlons
Aotlons AKnln t Tlio Ilia Ornmlc OrnmlcTwo
Two more victim of the bobsled ac acchlcnt
chlcnt which occurred on the night of ofKnit
Knit U 1W3 nicd suit In the district districtcourt
court thi afternoon against the Itlo ItloOrande
Orande Wetirn Hallway company to torecover
recover the total of JWOOO M damaffe damaffefor
for Injuries rnpv > d In the accident accidentTbe
Tbe plaintiffs In the action are Thomas ThomasW
W Bailey and E L Iluber They eVh eVhaJc
aJc f r JlOOoO on account of the In Injuries ¬
juries received
Court iMIIrnn the Juilc Juilcinont
inont nP I lie Iouor Court CourtTite
Tite niprtme court today afHrmtd th thjudgment
judgment of the lower court In tli cat catof
of Daniel U Boyle agalnat tbe Union Unionfetflc
fetflc railroad company appellant appellanttH
tH artlon was brought In Hummlt Hummltcounty
county to recover damage for personal personalInjurlM
InjurlM rerehed by plaintiff wMIe In Inthe
the empky of dfendant on May X 1WM 1WMTlie
Tlie ur > awarded plalotlff judgment judgmentfor
for S1000 > i An appeal wu taken to tothe
the SUM erne ourt whk court today todaynfllrmed
nfllrmed the ludvment rendered below belowJuMlre
JuMlre MfCirty rendered the oplnl n nf
f ih > om i vMilih wa concurred In InIn
In rhtff Kiln Kastcln nd dlstenlH dlstenlHfrom
from b > JiitU rartch rartchTo
To DUiircos Toddy ToddyJudge
Judge Morse t ii > granted two dl dlorcea
orcea Cella I mll was granted a ade
de < ree from W I Tmell on the theirniuml
irniuml of nonitn K Tbe plaintiff plaintiffW
W B awarded the iMU of their three threeminor
minor chlldr n tl x alimony payable
121 per monh nnd rosts of suit taxe < l lnt
nt ttOi i mini K ncmnts was waslso
< lso ill 1 mm Joseph ments on onIhe
Ihe same grounds The couit awarded
plnlntlff 0 per month nllmony CO tit titimiKv
imiKv H fiiH oiil romiiul hir maltlii maltliinuine
nuine Cainllin I Parirliljif1 to licr licrThe
The new Irrlcatlgn Law In pamphlet pamphletform
form only lOc at IIP Doiorot News Newsbook
book Store
Jntlge Moris 1ms granted M Marie MarieIlaaston
Ilaaston a divorce from Alnnzo Heayton Heaytonon
on th Kiouml of cruelty Plaintiffs Plaintiffsmaiden
maiden name M Maile Carl ton was wasrestored
restored to her and ihe was awmJod awmJodthe
the custody of their child childKtivvard
Ktivvard Kress has lllod n milt for II IIv
v ortt in the illgtiltit court iiualnst lila lilavvlrt
vvlrt Emma T Kress nn Die grounds groundsof
of cruelty They woto married nt Wlnd Wlndor
or Canada on Sept 25 IfiOO Ktess Ktessalleges
alleges that his wife hay mcule repeated repeatedthreats
threats of polaoultitf him nnd in ioiiHe ioiiHeiiienre
iiienre thereof he btcame ttfrold to iat iator
or drink any food in the house Blie Bliealso
also continually neglected lojttep MM MMhoiisa
hoiisa cleananil nllnwatl It oclnccine oclnccineIllthy
Illthy and unlit for hnbltatlnn Hcnl8o Hcnl8oallege
allege Hint she Uirpvv furnlttite and andkitchen
kitchen utensllft at hltn hltnAnnlo
Annlo Otimths totlny Illtd suit for fordivorce
divorce kgalnst Walter Orlflltha on tho thogrounds
grounds of falltiro tu ttuppoit nnd hab habitual ¬
itual Intemperttnce They ner inanlwl inanlwlIn
In this city on AuKunt 2 j Mf MfOiunthii
Oiunthii alio nskst fo bo nwi nwirustody
rustody of thejr ijv chjldren chjldrenMary
Mary K Clark tmloy filed sujt for 01 01votfc
votfc umilnst diet liitdbniiil Jiimos K KClark
Clark on the prolific of failure to torupport
rupport They wete married nt Hea HeaV
V nn AUK 10 WW Tlie plaintiff plaintiffnsk
nsk the custody of their minor child childThe
The n w IrrlKatlon Law In pamphlet pamphletform
form only lOc ut the Uogeret News NewsHook
Hook Store StoreTodayD
TodayD local bank clearings amount amounted ¬
ed to 47u2l44C us against 431915 TO TOfor
for the saint day last > eur
Uncl Jesee Knljrht was In the city cityyesterday
yesterday full of Information resetd resetdins ¬
ins the j > roierouB condition of thins thinsIn
In Canada The new nigrar factory factoryat
at ItHynumd Is being pushed and will willhe
he ready for operation by Sept J JNearly
Nearly nil the machinery has crowed crowedI
I IIP lino nnd the uhlpmtnts aro twins twinslushed
lushed as In order to cnapu the duty dutyIt
It iiuiFt all arrive In Ciumdn before beforeApril
April I The only drawback 1 In the thelack
lack of fanning population to plant plantbeets
beets Thus far 1100 nciei have Iwen Iwencontrolled
controlled for and the company would wouldIlko
Ilko 8000 honce It will plant a large largenumber
number Itself hlrlns Indian labor to do doItii
Itii work In the absence of the neces necessary ¬
sary whltuoiulatton The superin superintendent ¬
tendent of the worka la Mr K P 15111 15111don
don of Lnyton
President Charles Hood of the Con Consolldated
solldated Hallway Power Co has re retuined
tuined from a California business trip tripleaving
leaving Mrs Hood vlaltlng In Califor California ¬
nia until Mr Hood revisits the coast coastnext
next week when both will return to toaether
aether aetherSenator
Senator Kenrns will bo lionif sojne sojnetime
time Sunday according an the Union UnionPacific
Pacific trains happen to show up fiom fiomtht
tht cant cantThe
The familiar countenance of Prank PrankHarding
Harding the veteran hotel clerk In seen seenagain
again In Salt Lake nnd over the Cullen Cullenhotel
hotel office counter Hr Harding was wasfor
for year with Mnj Krb at the Walker WalkerContinental
Continental and Metropolitan hotel hotelbut
but of lato 1ms been In tlie hotel l > us ustneaa
tneaa at Ameiloan Kotk Ufa nnny nnnyfriends
friends hope ho will remain In Salt SaltLake
Lake LakeTrumpeter
Trumpeter Miller nnd Qunrtormait QunrtormaitSergeant
Sergeant Masten of A troop Fourtecnin Fourtecnint
t S cavalry are in tht city on n fur furlough ¬
lough from Fort Duoief nc ncM
M J Clroy of St Anthony is a guest guestat
at tho Kenyon KenyonJlanngcr
Jlanngcr C A Qulgley of the Stude Studebaker
baker compiiny IB In Idaho expecting expectinglo
lo return Friday FridayCol
Col S A Vnrk of the First InfniHry
hut returned from an extended trip to toColorado
Colorado ColoradoHlthop
Hlthop Leonard Is on a dlootMn dlootMnvlult
vlult to Nevada Intending to return In
10 day dayCapU
CapU Colton and his daughter daughterIrancei
Irancei Colton leave In a few duy ron rona
a five months Uuropean tour tourUOIIIlii
Vns Invclclod Into an AllricI 1arU 1arUAnliiltlcH
AnliiltlcH Shop nnd Hot Upon UponParis
Paris March f7 The Tempes thlsnf thlsnftprnootiBAys
tprnootiBAys a wealthy American mer merchant ¬
chant vho e name IB not given hna hnabeen
been the liiim of u tnBatlonal ansault ansaultand
and robbery here He Mas induced ac according ¬
cording to the paper mentioned lo Mult Multquarters
quarters occupied by parties whorepro whoreprownted
wnted themselves as dealers In anti antiquities ¬
quities Theie the American WHS set setupon
upon badly choked and robbed of n npocket
pocket book containing J500 and of offour
four valuable rlngo his watch and oth other ¬
er Jewelry The American was un unjoined ¬
joined to silence but ht reported the thecaw
caw to the commissary of police who whocaused
caused the arrest of a young1 Kngllah Kngllahnun
nun who pave the name of Wllwn WllwnThe
The latter accomplice succeeded In es escaping ¬
caping with the stolen articles The Thepolice
police decline to give the name of the theAmerican
American AmericanCorbctt5IcOo
Corbctt5IcOo crn Itcfleico ItcfleicoSan
San Francisco March 27 Harry Cor Corliett
liett who mas the mutual choice of the thetnanagtn
tnanagtn of Youns Corbett and Teiry
McCovern to act ns the referee In their theircontest
contest of next Tuesday nlht has af after ¬
ter due consideration declined the of offlee
flee He says that the office of referee refereeIs
Is a tliankless one and dow not care careto
to endanger the pleamnt relations he henow
now maintain with the two men Vhe Vhemanagers
managers of the puilllstt will meet meetagain
again In order to g lect a referee for forthe
the bout boutTo
To bo HrljcntllprfJcncrnls HrljcntllprfJcncrnlsWashington
Washington March n It was an announced ¬
nounced at the ftai department today
thnt the following otilcers of the aimy aimywill
will be promoted and retired with the thegrade
grade of brijadler general uiwn the rt rttlremsnt
tlremsnt of MaJOen It P Hughes
April 11 when liriROen J F Wad WadMill
Mill be promoted to the ciade of ma major ¬
jor general generalCol
Col V I Qros Thirtieth Infantry
Col J It Myrlck artillery corp
Col J II Hawles artillery cornt corntCol
Col T A Baldwin Seventh cavalry
Col H H R ck r Kl itli cnvalry
Col A IS AVoodson flilrd cavalry
col J A SmUh emlnwr corpa corpaCol
Col 8 W artwsWV of the Judge Judgeadvocate
advocate irenerars eflioe eflioeCol
Col K M Moore ISleventh artillery artillerywill
will be made a brigndltr general to fill filli
i Micancy in that rade acd assigned assignedo
o duty In the Philippines PhilippinesCASTOR
For Infants nnd Children ChildrenHie
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought BoughtBoars
Boars tho thoSignature
Signature of ofHUSIC
All who desire to consult tho Hit of ofthe
the representative jirofensors nnd nndmusk
musk teachers of Salt Lake should shouldread
read the Musicians Directory
In the Saturday Newt
Tho kind that is totter than Imtr Imtror
or nmt Js porfcctly clean and saniiniy saniiniyFor
For Snlo by byHDINWOODEY
And nowhoro also In Salt Lnko Cliy CliyY
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A temporary wilt of Injunction has hasbeen
been giantcd by District Judge Peter L LPalmer
Palmer restraining the Molfut railroad railroadfiom
fiom toimttuctlng or doing any Mark Markon
on tha lino piojected through the les lesinvolr
involr Hltc and dam located In Middle MiddlePark
Park In the vicinity of tho town of ofKremmllng
Kremmllng The injunction was grtiiit grtiiitod
od Friday on application of Attorney AttorneyChnrlus
Chnrlus A Muriay repreHcntlng the theNew
New Century Light nnd Power com company ¬
pany panyThe
The complaint on which tho applica application ¬
tion for an Injunction wua mode eetx eetxout
out thut the Now CVntury Llfjlit and andPower
Power company owns by rlsht of loca location ¬
tion and purchase aomo 20100 acres in inMiddle
Middle Park and Soros canyon That Thatover
over since the company has made fli fliIngt
Ingt of its location tli > > cnglneera of thi thirailroad
railroad have been making surveys of oftho
tho SRine land and that olllcers of the therailroad
railroad have been declining publlciy publlciythat
that hcy Intend to build thiough thu thuland
land In question with no regard for the therights
rights claimed by the Nuw Century Centurycompany
company that In the carrying out of oftheeo
theeo thnmttt the railroad engineers engineershftve
hftve MouKht to secure iiptlona on thw thwsumo
sumo land as that no Imld by the Mew MewCentury
Century company that falling In this thisthe
the lallroad hn ent a force of mon monwith
with a construction outfit to begin nr nrtual
tual uork Ior this reason the New NewCentury
Century Light nnd Power companj companjclaimed
claimed thnt the only means of prop properly ¬
erly protecting Its rights was by means meansof
of Injunction InjunctionThe
The members of tho Now Century Centurycompany
company claim that they have Nought Noughtto
to HM > ld any conflict with the Moffat Moffatrailroad
railroad people but they assort that the therailroad
railroad engineers went In to tnke poi poisession
session of their land and It became becamenecessary
necessary to protect their rights rightsTin
Tin New Century companys piojoct piojoctcontemplates
contemplates the construction of rt flam flamthat
that will nil a reservoir of GIOOCOOM 000 000gallons
gallons lapacltr and cover in the neigh neighborhood
borhood of 20000 acres of which 16000 16000Is
Is jwtented lands This la calculated calculatedto
to generate about 60000 home power powerROBERTS
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iiWw the Clerk of Mid Court with withthe
the al thereof affixed this fltu day of ofMffi1
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