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ii THE SALT LAKE HERALD TUESDAY JANUARyi 1885 i + + I I r j 1i
THAT CANAL SCHEME
The Tribune Sees in It a
Bugaboo
A BRIGHTON MANS OPINION
The Irojcct is Very Feasible and Can
be Worked out by Co
Operation
Since the mention of an interview of
a HERALD reporter with one of the
canal men of the other aide of Jordan
the papers of this city have had their
say about the project and In one or two
instances have spoken of it with favor
But the Tflune an organ which can
see no good in anything even remotely
connected with the Mormon people or
which will in anywise benefit a com
munity in which Mormons reside Has
its usual nonsensical objections to in
terpose and urges its usual bugaboo
yarn of a church scheme to hatch on
the west of the river But people who
are conversant with the matter and
know the situation of affairs in that
locality Gentile and Mormon will
laugh at the ignorance the scribbler on
the sheet named displays when he tackles
the subject and puts forth the idea that
the Mormons are going to gobble up
all the land out west because as much
land is owned by Gentiles as by Mor
mons if not more Therefore the fling
of the Tribvc will be taken for what if
is worth
The following correspondence upon
the subject gives a plain statement
which can not be misunderstood
BRIGHTON January 21 1885
To the Editor of THE HERALD
The conversation between your re
porter and myself has been taken up
by some of the other newspapers of the
city but they seem to misunderstand
the meaning and subject of the conver
ation I want everybody to under
stand thatour canal is not an elephant
on our hands We have a good canal
and in better condition than it ever has
been and when our present assessment
is worked out it will bring down ample
water for all who are now interested
and who draw water from it
I also want to say to ease the minds
of the Tribune folks that the church has
neither land nor canals on this side of
the river therefore has no scheme to
hatch I will also state that there is as
much land owned on this side of the
river bv Gentiles there by Mormons
who would be benefited by the water
being taken out as I propJ red Now it
is a wcltknown fact that there were
thousands of dollars lost in grain and
labor the river last spring from the by Brighton the overflowing dam to of
where it empties into the Salt Lake a
distance of about twelve miles doing
damage all the way and even where the
banks were built high enough to keep
the water from overflowing the ground
along the river is so porous that when
the water is high the seepage alone
would destroy a great deal of the land
and make it unfit for cultivation i there
by destroying the interest of the county
as well as those immediately con
cerned Land certainly would be worth
less if it was under waer and the value
of property would be so reduced that it
would oe a loss to the county as well as
to the private individuals owning it
Kowthe proposition to open a channel
through the old sloughs is a very good
one and would answer the purpose of
draining the river first rate but there is
no place where the water through that
channel could be utilized or taken out
on land to do any good On the other
handb here it through the Brighton
canal there are thousands of acres of
land north and west of Brighton which
could be irrigated by the water so taken
out and do a vast amount of good and
also increase the revenue of the county
We the people living in Brighton
would like to see the whole valley under
cultivationand that can only be ac
complished by getting the water on the
surface of the ground And I am con
vinced that if the county would make a
move in the matter the people owning
the land on both sides of the river would
raise nearly enough money and labor
to construct the whole canal as it would
be a benefit equally to those who had
se
tooamucli
too water andtthoseswholoha
top much water and those who have
none nt present And again the ex
limited for the right of way would be very I
SitTd > if ay through our canal
so j w nU say if thee is money to lie
spent in drug i good let it be Put where
Jl it nIl mbar uo the mJst good to the greatest
A G ADAMSON
Thin People
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Alanrers Opinion of Interest to A11
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PLEASANT VALLEY
Beautiful Snow as Seen Down
There
Correspondence of TUB HERALD
At the present in Pleasant Valley the
snow is about four feet deep on the level
It has been storming for the past few
weeks and the poem entitled The
Beautiful Snow is not very popular
The conductor on the branch road said
the author of that poem would never
write another on the same subject if he
had to run a train for one day in Pleasant
Valley during the winter time Once
when a train was snowed in and a
prominent official was picking
snow by lamp light he was asked
what he thought of the poem
entitled Beautiful Snow to which
he replied If I had that fellow here
he would never have the privilege of
writing another
Mr Editor its no use to write poems
about Beautiful Snow for the people
ot these regions When a man has to
shovel through a fivefoot drift every
morning then wallow through it to and
from work then carry water and coal
and perform all similar labor when half
buried such poems do not produce plea
sant thoughts As a laborer remarked
the other day It will do for those who
have nothing to do but sit by a nice fire
in a warm room and read books sur
rounded by geraniums and all that sort
o1 thing but for us poor creatures its
no good Let the poets write
something about hot things not
too hot if they wish to strike
a kindred cord in this region
Let them write about sunny climes
orange blossoms banannas sunburnt
ankles etc or to come nearer home
bright fires warm blankets good din
ners and hot drinks Any poet falling
short of this need not apply here for
a situation
Of course faultfinders are ntver sat
isfied with anything not even finding
fault The weather is too hot or cold
wet or dry to suit them On the other
hand some are contented One says
This horrible snow I The other says
It will make watdr for irrigation next
summer Next summer when the sun
is shining brightly one will find fault
with the heat while the other will say
that it is good for vegetation When the
season is dry one will grumble at the
dust and the other will be glad that it is
no worip Then when it rains one will
Joel sorry because of the mud and
the other will rejoice because the dust
will be laid Thus live the happy and
the miserable
Where I am where I can hitch to a
light sleigh and furl the robes around
two pairs of shoes then let the beautiful
snow fall in downy silence and while
the grumbler sits beside the fire finding
fault with the fresh air and reading his
poems about orange blossoms sunny
climes and hot cakes may the merry
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