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XHJ5 E SALT T LAKE HERALD SUNDAY SIlliv Y JANUARY IS 1819 1903 03 3
BEGIN BEGINWORK WORK ON ONIRRIGATION ONI ONU1GAT1O1LLAW
Wf IRRIGATION I BIGATIONlAW BIGATIONlAWt < LAW LAWLegislators
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i Legislators l aiorsPre Prepare are to toTake Take Up Upthe Upthe UpI
I the Subject SubjectSUGGESTIONS SubjectSUGGESTIONS Subjecti
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SUGGESTIONS BY DOREMUS DOREMUSWYOMING DOREMUSOMING DOREMUSI
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I WYOMING OMING STATUTES MAY BE BBUSED BESEI BEUSED
USED SEI AS A BASIS BASISA
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A comprehensive irrigation bill de designed de51gnedto deIgnd ¬
signed 51gnedto to systematize present laws and andto andto andto
to add regulations covering the gen general genfcralsubJect general
fcralsubJect eral subject in this state will be in introduced Introd introduced ¬
troduced trod ced as early during the present presentsession pro proentseSsIon ent entsesslon
session of the legislature as possible possibleAction possibleAction
Action in the matter has been heldbaCk held heldback
back until the appointment of the t e com committees corn cornnittoes om ommltteeson ¬
mittees mltteeson on Irrigation in both house and andsenate andsenate andsenate
senate Now that these committees committeeshave commItteeshaebeen committeesh
have haebeen been appointed the matter will willbe wlllbe vi11be
h
be taken up vigorously vigorouslyA
A special need for legislation exists existsbecause elstsbecause existsbecause
because upon it depends to a large ex extent extent extent ¬
tent the th granting of federal aid id to de develop deyelop develop ¬
velop the Irrigation systems of the thestate thestat thestate
state stat and to Improve and conserve the thewater thewater thewater
water supply The government officials
have announced that nothing can be bedone betIone bedone
done until the Utah situation is clari clarified clarfled ciarlfled ¬
fled by a broad Irrigation law The Thesentiment Thesentiment Thesentiment
sentiment In both house and senate is isIn isin isin
In favor of the passage of such a law lawbut lawbut lawbut
but there Is In sight a long period of ofwrestling ofwrestlIng ofwrestling
wrestling over details detailsRepresentative tIetallsRepresentative detailsRepresentative
Representative George GeorgeAustin Austin of Lehi Lehichairman Lehihalrman Lehichairman
chairman of the house committee on onirrigatioii onirrlg onirrigation
irrigation irrlg t1oil said yesterday that he pro proposed proiJ proposed ¬
posed iJ > osed to take up the subject at once onceHe oncqHe onceHe
He will probably probablycaU call a meeting of the thecommittee thecommltte thecommittee
committee tomorrow to take the initial initialsteps Initialstepsc initialsteps
steps stepsc stepsr i
Want Wantsto to Get Ideas IdeasAs IdeasAs
As soon sOQn a I can do so he said saidI
r I shall4haeL sha1 4haen a talk with the state stateigineetto statengln
J igineetto ngln eji it get his Ideas on the sub subct subI
I ject jectanlishajI ct anu tFJish shall ll consult c nsult with other ex experts experts exPerth ¬
perts with a view to getting g ttlng a bill billframedwhich bUlframed billframed
framedwhich framed which will cover the Question Questionproperly Questionproperly Questionproperly
properly and thoroughly I realize the theImportance theImportance
Importance x of f getting the matter up upearly uparly upearly
early In the session as it Is a big and anda
h a serious problem and it will take takesome t3 ta1esonic e
p some time to solve It satisfactorUy
The Th Irrigation committee of the ththouse
house js composed comp sed of Chairman Austin Austinand Austinnnd Austinand
and Representatives D R Roberts of ofache otache ofache
ache John C aChild Child of Weber Heber HeberA HeberSmith
A Smith of Salt Lake James Ander Anderson Anderson Anderr ¬
r son Ofl of f Morgan David McKinnon ot ofRich otRich
L Rich A R IL Hawley of Sevier J E
Johnson of Emery and Lorenzo Peter Peterson Peterson ¬
son of Sanpete county
The senate committee is composed of ofSenator ofSenator
Senator David McKay of Weber coun county count county ¬
ty t chairman Senators Willis Johnson Johnsonof I
of Piute C P Larsen of Sanpete H HS HS I
S Larsen of Box Elder J G M Barnes BarnesOf arnes I
Of Davis Harden Bennion of Uintah Uintahand Ulntahf tJintahi
i IJ and audJ J K Murdock of Wasatch county countyL
f L All are in favor of prompt action on onthis
1r1 1 this important question
E i Basis For Legislation LegislationThe
I The Th prospects are thatthe that I the bill in introduced Introduced introduced ¬
troduced two years ago by Repre Representative Representative Representative ¬
sentative J P Holmgren of Box Elder Eldercounty Elderounty Eldercounty
county will serve as a basis for the
legislation of the present session There Thereis
is small chance of its being adopted adoptedin
in Its original form however The TheHolmgren TheHolmrren
Holmgren bill was modeled after the theWyoming theYyomln theWyomin
Wyoming Yyomln statute on irrigation which whichwas vhl vhIhvas 11 11was
was drawn dr wn by Professor Elwood Mead Meadof Meadof Meadof
of the federal agricultural department departmentIn departm nt ntIn
In brief it provides for a state board boardof boardof boardof
of control the state engineer being one oneof oneof
of the members This board has juris jurisdiction jurlstIlction jurisdiction ¬
diction over all the irrigation systems systemsIn
In the state and has judicial powers powersIn
In settling disputes There are nu numerous 1umotous u uInerous ¬
merous other provisions along these
linos I1nQSjStdt linqaStat linosStat >
Stat Engineer 2 Fi F DbremusIs UoremuS is of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the opinion that the Wyoming law lawvhtle lawhUe aw awivhtle
hUe < a good one would have to be behanged behanged behanged
hanged In many particulars to fit the therenditions theondltfpns theondItions
renditions in this state stateDoremus stateDoremus stateDoremus
Doremus Is IsWilling IsWillingI Willing WillingI
I do not endorse any particular pro proosed proosed proosed
osed Irrigation law said Mr Dore Doremus Dorenis
mus 11 when asked for his views on the thesubject theubject theubJeet
subject yesterday est rday I have no pet petmeasure petmeasure petmeasure
measure and will have none I am amperfectly amJ1erfect1 amperfectly
perfectly J1erfect1 ready to tog give e any an assistance assistanceIn
In framing an n Irrigation bill which whichlies which1ies
lies In my m r power but I Ihavo have no meas measure measure measure ¬
ure of my my own ownlo Hlo present In my an annual nnLo annual ¬
Lo nual nuelreport report I have presented the situ situation sltuf ¬
V f ation pointing out some of the defects defectsin detecJsin
in the existing system which must be beremedied beI beI
I I remedied There must be some somevay somevayproided way wayprovided wayprovided
provided to define existing rights pro provide proVide provide ¬
vide for the adjudication of disputes disputesconserve disputesonserye disputesconserve
conserve the water and provide for forits forits forits
its control Until this is done there thereIs thereIs thereis
Is scant hppe h pe of O r obtaining federal federalald federalaldThe aid aidThe aidThe
The situation in Utah is peculiar peculiarand pcullarand pcU1iarann
and ann I believe the Wyoming law if ifadopted Ifadopted Ifn
n adopted in gen general al would have to be bechanged behanged bechanged
changed considerably onsnrerabl to b adapted to tothe tothe
the conditions here 1 lre In Utah there are aremore aremore aremore
more existing exlstIn rjghts to be protected protectedThe protectedrhe protectedThe
The past must mustbe e taken into consid consideration considrration eonsideration ¬
eration us as liswell well as the > future I esti estimate esUmate estimate ¬
mate thai l11 t about aQ t half the available availablewater availablewater availablewater
water iivUtah tn nUt Ut h has been appropri appropriated appropria ¬
ated a ted
Rights of Each EachPerson EachPersonThere EachPersonThere Person PersonThere
There must The some method per tperhaps perbans
haps 1 PS by a state s ate board of control to todefine todefinethe todefinethe
define definethe the rights of each person > who
has appropriated water and then the thestate thestate
4 state can ta tale te charge of the distribu distribution distribution ¬
1 tion of the th balance and supervise superviseeverything superYisfevejthing suervIseeverything
everything I do not believe however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that it Is wise to give the state board boardBOUND
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BOUND UAF HAND + DOOT fOOT
With muscles drawn and throbbing throbbingwith
with pain and joints swollen stiff and andtender andtender andtender
tender the rheumatic patientis as helpless helplessfoot helplessand helplessand
and dependent as though bound hand and
foot No disease causes such intense suf ¬
fering such sharp nerveracking pains painsas
as Rheumatism and this unfeeling mon monster mon5ter monster ¬
ster unless checked crushes the strength strengthand strengthnnd strcngtltand
and hope of its iicthus iicthusWhen 1ictimsVben ictiitisWhen
When the system becomes infected with
Uric Acid and other
like poisons they are areabsorbed areabsorbed areabsorbed
absorbed into the theblood blood bloo < < l and andlodgcd lodged in the tbcJjiuscles themuscles
muscles joints antI nerves Then withthe with withthe I
the suddenness of an electric shock pains
begin to shoot through throu ll theriuscleor joint jointaffected jointnffedtd jointaffected I
affected which often oftcnswells swells and andCf
< inflames and becomes tender tenderfeverish tenderfeverish
Cf svjfciy feverish r i and i iy sore s ore Unless U a 1 e s s streated
f
y treated through the theC theblood
u C blood Rheumatism Rheumatismgrowssteadily Rh Rheumatismgrowesteadily unmt1sm
1 growssteadily roWgsteadl1yworse roWgsteadl1yworse1ally worse worsefinally worsefinally
finally 1ally ending in inshrunken i islJnmlcn iiishrunken
shrunken muscles 1lusclesimmoble musclesinimovble
11 immovable i joints 0 i u ts
S 11 a ky nerves De es and
tAW f T the invalids chair c chiii 4 or orot orcrutches orcrutcIies
crutches The cure curer
r f ot f Rheumatism can cauieyer canevcr canevcr
ieyer evcr be complete or r permanent remJa nent until the theacid
1 1 acid blood bloodhas has been purified and the sys systeni ¬
tem cleansed of all poisonous matter
S S S SdoC does this promptly an and < l surely
because it is a perfect blood medicine medicineand medicineand medicineand
and antidote for the
an irritating acids I Ithat
that cause Rheumatism RheumatismS I IS
S S S purifies and invigorates the thepolluted thepol1uted thepolluted
polluted stagnant blooil iud when a atree
tree healthy circulation is again estab estabd
lished the thegritty gritty corroding particles are areS areachiugmuacles
washed d out of the thej thenchiugmusc1Cand thejointfi
S S Swashed S j joints achingmusclesand and and the thej thelonged I I
j longed conies and for thecure relief reliefconies r reliefCOIUeS lief liefcomes I i iis
is permanent because the cause has hi been beenremoved beenremoledand beenremnovedand
removed remoledand and nothing n miotbiugrernainsin thiugr remains iu the thcbloocl blood j I
to produce pr duce another attack lthcJ lthcJVrite ttiickVrite j I
Vrite for special book bookon on Rheumatism RheumatismThe
The Swift SwiffSpecific Specific Co Cof Atlanta A anta Ga G
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ofcontrol or coptrol judicial powers The pres present presn prescPqit
ent cPqit n fip l ntsjshguldf shuliibt 1e IQ vbe b stficI sufficient nt Bow HoveverNalIthese Bowv ow oweer
everNalIthese eer v all th thse se are points polntswhlcb which must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be taken cup up and carefully considered considerediri considered consideredl
iri l tx detail detailIt detailIt
It is understood that Professor Swell Swgnon S Swellson n
Son son on of o the theAgxih AsrIoultural Ae ltutal college con ge and andsorfte andsofhe d doiPe
sorfte pthe cithers ith rs haije a e been working on onirrfgatibn onirrigatiOn I IirrlgaUonbms
irrigatiOn irrlgaUonbms bills billshieh hich willbe will be presented presentedto I
to toroembers members of the tbeleglslature legislature to aid aidthem aidthem aidthem
them in their work workRepresentative workRepresentative workRepresentative
Representative Austin will Introduce Introducea
a bill in a few days to stop the wa wafte wafteof wate wateof te teof
of water in artesian wells wellsAn wellsAn wellsAn
An underground flow flow can be ex ¬
hausted as well as sa a flow on top of the theground
ground he said Jibut but most people peopledo peopledonot do J
t not n tseem seem to realize lt > aUz that or else Uie
dont care In many instances wells wellscapacity I
are being allowed to flow to their full fulleapacity 111 111c
capacity c p clty at all seasons of the year yearwhether yearwhethJr
whether the water waterla Is needed or not notthus nQt notthus
thus thustCthaustlng exhausting the flow of wells wellsin wellsina Van Vana on ona
a higher lever ever My bill will be aimed aimedto aimedto
to stop top t p this waste df water and pre preserve prcserl peeserv ¬
serve serl the supply
Several E end mils are understood to beIn beIncourse beJnccurse beinccurse
ccurse of preparation dealingwith deaHn t with the therailroad therallroa4questIon therailroad
railroad rallroa4questIon question rjearly all are on onmessage n nthe nthe
the lines indlcatedn Indicated Ia the govern governors governorsmessage rs rsmessuge I
message providing provIdl S for a maximum maxlm maximumrate m j jprovisions I
I I rate of passenger r tar and freight tar tar1ff tar1ff I
I 1ff and making other provisions provisionsSenator I I
Senator Simon Bamberger will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably Introduce a bill of this nature natureand natureand natureand
and Kepresentatlves W H Barrett and andD andD andD
D H Morris are working on the same samequestion samequestion samequestion
question The details have not been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed
GHOST WALKED IN SENATE SENATESecretary SENATESecretary
Secretary Jensen Je nsen W was as a Popular Man ManFriday M IrranFriday an
Friday AfternoonTh AfternoonThe Afternoon AfternoonThe II
The Th ghost walked walked in the senate senatechamber senatechamber senatechamber
chamber Friday When his soundless soundlessfootsteps soundlessfootsteps j
footsteps were heard by the hungry hungrysenators hungrysenators hungrysenators
senators and seixxte officers there was wasa wasa
a scramble for Secretary Jensens desk deskPresident deskPreslden deskPresident
President t Allison was seated there
busily signing pay paychecks checks The sen senators sen senators senator ¬
ators ator took tqok them as fastas fast as they could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be torn from the stubs and then signed signedthe signedthe signedthe
the vouchers youehersW vouchersWhen
m
When W en the representatives heard the thesenators thesenators thesenators
senators had been paid off there was waswailing wjls wjlswaiUng wjxswailIng
wailing and lamentation Why was not notthe natthe nutthe
the house visited by b theghost the > ghost Be Because Because Because ¬
cause the act appropriating 25000 for forthe forthe forthe
the expenses of the legislature lacked lackedthe lackedthe lackedthe
the governors signature to make it a aJaw aIaw alaw
Jaw and the funds available But why whyshould whyshould whyshould
should the th senators be given their theirchecks I
checks in advance of the th approval of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the appropriating a act Because they
had a simple faith that the checks checkswould checkswould checkswould
would be cashed and were enterprising enterprisingenough enterprisingenough enterprisingenough
enough to see that they were drawn drawnin
in advance of the adjournment till to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowThese morrowThese morrowThese
These Questions having been asked askedand askedand askedand
and answered some representatives representativespaid I Ipaid
paid a hurried worried visit islt to Gov Governor Go Goernor Governor
ernor Wells to ask him please to sign signthe j
the act so they the could get their pay pa I I IGovernor
Governor Wells Tells informed them that he heI hehad hehad 1
had just affixed his signature but it itwas itwa I
I was wa too late for the checks to be bedrawn bedrawis j
drawn on the treasury so the repre representatives reprEsentatives reprosentatives > ¬
sentatives will have to wait until to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow before they hearjthe hear ahe the soundless soundlesshoof soundlesshoofbeats soundlesshoofbeats
hoof hoofbeats beats of the welcome ghost
Allison and Psychology PsychologyPresident Psyeh PsychologyPresident logy logyPresident
President Allison noted notedsomething something inthe In Inthe Inthe
the nature of a psychological phenom phenomenon phenomenonthose phenomenonthose ¬
enon enonthose those were the words he used usedin usedIn usedIn
in his preparation of his committee committeeIlst committeeIlstHe list listHe
He H found that his mind wandered in a acircle acircle acircle
circle of senators The names of all allthe aUthe allthe
the solons who were a part of the cir circle cIrclewere cirole ¬
ole clewere were often repeated on his com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee slate while those outside the thecharmed theha thecharmed
charmed ha med ring were seldom written writtendown wri writtendown ten tendown
down He had to go over his list re repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly ¬
peatedly so as to rectify recUfythe the mistakes mistakesdue mistakesdue I
due to the operation of the circular circulartendency circulartendellCY circulartendeqey
tendency And even then he could not notcrowd notcrowd notcrowd
crowd Senator Bamberger B mberger Democrat Democratout I Iout
out of his mind so he nut nufhIm him on onnearly onnearly I IJnearh
Jnearh 1 nearly every committee As a last re resort resort ¬ I II
sort he cut Bambergers name off offnearly offnearh offnearly
I nearly a dozen committees and then thenfcund thenfound thenfcund
fcund he had given him more appoint appointments appointments appointments ¬
ments than any other senator Repub Republican Republicanor Republlcaaor ¬
lican licanor or Democrat D mpcra Speaker SpeakerHull Hull com complained complaiJcAco cornpIairecLo
plained plaiJcAco pIairecLo o a l simnar difficulty dt c1lty in mak making m mIng miiaiing
ing up u thfe th < Tiouse 1 iio o s e committee co mititee list listhad fee feehad Reol Reolhad
had to change It repeatedly to avoid avoidgiving avoidgiIng avoidgiving
giving nearly all the places to the few fewhe fewhe fewhe
he remembered in his circular mental mentalprocess mentalprocess mentalprocess I
process processANNIVERSARY processANNIVERSARY processANNIVERSARY
ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS CELEBRATIONSj I
j Fine Services in Honor of Bishop 13ishopAbi BishopAbi1
Abiel Abi l Leonards Consecration ConsecrationThe I
The fifteenth anniversary of Bishop BishopAble BishopAblcl BishopAbiel
Able Leonards consecration conse ratlon will be beobserved beobserved I
observed this week with special serv services services ¬
ices and social functions At the same sametime sametime sametime
time will be held the fifth annual con convocation convocation ¬ I Ivocation
vocation of the missionary district of ofSalt OfSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake when four
visiting bishops bishopsThe I Iand I
and a num number er of clergy wIll be present I
The programme of the services follow followSaturday followSaturday followSaturday
Saturday Jan 24 reception at Row Rowland Rowland Rowland ¬
land hall from 8 until 11 oclock In the theevenlnir theeVEmlnl theevening
evening evenlnirSunday eVEmlnlSundayS1 eveningSundaySt
Sunday SundayS1 St Pauls day da S a m holy holycommunion holycommui1lonJn holycornmufli9nin
communion cornmufli9nin In both churches 945 945am 945ammornlngiirayer a m mmorning mmornlngprayer
morning mornlngiirayer prayer at cathedral 11 a m mholy mholy rnholy
holy communion with anniversary anniver anniversarysermonby ary I
sermon sermonby by theRight Reverend Rever n William WilliamF I IF
F Nichols D D bishop of f California Californiai30
330 p m Sunday school rally at St StPauls StPauls StPauls 1
Pauls church c urch 730 p m missionary missionaryservice missionaryservJce missionaryservice
service at the cathedral addresses by byvisiting byvisiting I I Ivisiting
visiting bishops bishopsMonday bishopsMonday I
Monday 930 a m opening service serviceof
of convocation c r vocation at cathedral holy com communion communion cornrnuniofl ¬
munion and the bishops address 2 p pm pm pm
m convocation business buSI ess session 730 730p
p m S St Pauls church annual annual parish parishday parishday parishday
day service followed by public recep reception reception reception ¬
tion tionTuesday J
Tuesday 930 a m convocation 11 11a 11a 11a
a m tiuiet hour 3 p m clericus clericusWednesday clerlcusV clericusWednesday I
Wednesday V dnesday 3 p m at atthe the he cathedral cathedralservice cathedralservIc cathedralservice
service < for f r women with addresses on onwomansrwork onvoriunsWork onwomanork
womansrwork 8 p m service specially speciallyfor
for men with ith addresses on mens work workDEATH workDE workDEATH
DEATH DE TH OF PIONEER
HeartDiseaseCarries Heart Dise Disease s Carries off William F FJ FJ
J J 3 Albrand Anrahd in this City CityWilliam CityVil1iamFt CityWi1liam
William William5v 5v J fi Albrand pne one of the theearly t tleearly e eearl
early earl pioneers pio rsOf x > f Salt Lake died very verysuddenly verysuddenl
suddenly suddenl yesterday sterd y afternoon at 345 345oclock 345oclock 345oclockat
oclock oclockat > a t his hlm 1 residence r sId ldcnce nce 435 North Fifth FifthWest FifthVest FifthWest
West strogt str t of heart failure The
funeral ail f lr take t ke place Monday after afternoon afternoon afterno ¬
noon noon no n at 2 oclock from the Twenty Twentyeighth Twentyeighth Twentyeighth
eighth ward meeting house houseMr houseMr houseMr
Mr Albrand Was as a gardner He re returned returnEd returned ¬
turned home yesterday afternoon about
2 oclock With his produce wagon when
he was suddenly taken HI So severe severewas severewas
was the attack that he did not have havetime havet havetime
time t me to remove his overcoat and rub ¬
bers dying with them on In the chair chairwhich chairwhich chairwhich
which he first sat down in when he heentered heentered heentered
entered the house houseDeceased hom houseDeceased e eDecewred
Deceased was born in Mecklenburg
Germany Aug 30 1828 He came to
Salt Lake in 1853 He leaves a wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and married daughter
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSMary
Mary Mar B ECOdy Cody jr to Mary at E Cody Cody4x2 Cody4x2 Cody4x2
4x2 rods southwest from northeast northeastcorner northeastorner nottheastcorner
corner lot S block 31 U plat B 1
Phinoas H Young to Edward E
Jenkins 159 l 9 feet t by 2 rods south southwest southWC3t southWe3t
west from northeast corner lot 5
bloak blo k 76 6 plat TjlatA plat1AIsabella A 5500
Isabella M B J3f Erlcksen to Walter
H Atwood southwest quarter quartersouthwest quartersouthwelt quartersouthwest
southwest Quarter section 8 town townshlo townshlo townshin
shlo 2 south range range1 1 east eastFrancis u 12
Francis M 1 Neff to Seymour Se mour H
Xeff part 1 > t1rt of section 27 2 town townshio townshin i ishin
shin i south range 1 east eastTonnes u i
Tonnes J J Tonneson et al to Tonnes
J T Tonneson Tonnesonx4 2x4 rods lot S block
4 plat C u 300 00
Anna E Mulloy to Thomas Homer Homeroart Homrnart
Dart of block 6 plat E i
Thomas Homer to Alice E Salt Salts part partof p partof rt rtof
of block 6 plat E BAlice 2500
Alice E Salt to Charlotte E Homer Homor10x2 Homer10X224
10x2 1 10X224 1A 6 rods southeast from 10 rods rodsfast rodseCst
fast of northwest northw St corner corn < < > r lot 6
block C7 plat A Awinium i
William Bradford to Mattie K Dal ¬
las oort of lot 8 block 1 Fiveacre Fixeacrenlat FiveacrenlatA FIveacreDlatJt
nlat nlatA nlatALast DlatJtLast A oo oolast
last week of Our Great Gr at January
Cash Clearance Sale SaleBegins SaleBegl j
Begins Begl s tomorrow mernlng See our ourad ourad ourad
ad on page 24 THE THELACE LACE HOUSE HOUSED
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MAJOR MYTON IS ISTO ISTO ISTO
TO STEP STEPDOWN DOWN DOWNKearns
4 4Kearfls
Kearns Wants the Job For a aOtah aUtab aUtah
Utah Republican RepublicanWILL RepublicanwILL
WILL LEAVE RESERVATION RESERVATIONIWDIAH RESERV RESERVATIOa RESERVATIOINDIAN TION TIONINDIAN
a
INDIAN AGENT HAS NO POLIT POUTICAI POLITICAL
ICAI C BACKTN B 1ST STATE ST TE
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Major jor H P PMton My Myton ton IndJhn agent on onthe onthe onthe
the Ulntah reservation expects ex pects to be besuperseded besuriersed i is
superseded s suriersed perse ed d in office on the expiration expirationof
of his term Feb 16 The major aj r admit admitted admittedas ¬
ted t tedas d as much in the Knutsford hotel hotellast hotellast
last night and Intimated that lack of ofpolitical ofpolitical
political backing In this thl state was the thesource the theSource thesource
source of his failing to secure reap reappointment reappointment reappoIntment ¬
pointment The position pos Uon is being de demanded demanded demantled ¬
manded by Senator Kearns for fo a Utah UtahJJepubliean UtahRepublican UtahRepublican
Republican it is understood and the themajor themajor themajor
major declared last evening under those thosecircumstances thosecircumstances thosecircumstances
circumstances there was no use for his hisasking hisasking hisasking
asking for reappointment reappointmentI
I have ha Y deemed it ltUBeless useless to ask for forreappointment forreappointment
reappointment said he and expect expectto expecttoreUre
to toreUre retire at the expiration of my term termnext termnext termnext
next month Senator Kearns has a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate for the position I believe believeand believeand
and I have assumed the appointment appointmentwill
will be given to him My accounts accountshave accountshave
have been investigated by the govern government government government ¬
ment inspectors at my request and I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have been given a clean bill so the theaffairs theaffaIrs theaffairs
affairs in my office are ready for my mysuccessor mysuccessor mysuccessor
successor successorThree successorThree successorThree
Three inspectors in the employ of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department of the interior recently In Investigated Investlgated investigated ¬ I
vestigated Major Mytons accounts aceountsseI aceountsseIaratelyThe sep separately separately ¬
arately aratelyThe The investigation was brought broughtabout broughtabout broughtabout I
about partly it is said by complaints complaintsmaderegarding complaintsmade complaintsmade
maderegarding made regarding the Indian agent agentAccused agentAccused agentAccused
Accused of Being X Lax LaxIt LaxIt < ax axIt
It was asserted that he had been beenlax beenlax beenlax
lax in the conduct of the finances of ofhis ofhis
his office and that receipts had been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken for funds which had n d not been beendisbursed beendisbursed beendisbursed
disbursed The inspectors who inves investigated 1Iwestlgated investigated ¬
tigated the office were Colonel l James JamesMcLaughlin JamesMcLaughlin JamesMcLaughlin
McLaughlin Colonel CoJonelCharles Charles F Leslie Leslieand Leslieand Leslieand
and Colonel James E Jenkins All Allthree Allthree Altthree
three according to the major and nd his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends made reports exceedingly fa favorable fqvorable a avorable
vorable to the majors conduct of af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs
Word that charges of a direct or an anindirect anindirect anindirect
indirect character had been made con conI concerning
cerning Major Myton My ton was noised aboutIn about
in political and officIal circles some sometime sometime
time ago and in connection with the theprospective theprospecUe theprospective
prospective expiration of his commis commission ommission omnhiSsion ¬
sion gave rise to the report that he hewas hewas hewas
was to t be superseded As a result resultthere resultthere resultthere
there have been several active aspir aspirants aspirants aspirants ¬
ants for the job R S Collett of Uin Uintah Uintah Uintah ¬
tah county and B R McDonald of ofCarbon orCarbon ofCarbon
Carbon county are being strongly stronglyurged stronglyurged stronglyurged
urged for the position State Senator SenatorEennion SenatorBennIon SenatorBennion
BennIon and Representative Colton are arepushing arepushing arepushing
pushing Mr Colletts claims while whileRepresentative whileRepresentative
i Representative Lee Is back of Mr Mc McDonalds McI McDonalds ¬
Donalds candidacy candidacyMcDonald ctndidacyMcDonald candidacyMcDonald
McDonald was defeated by Senator SenatorBennion SenatorBennion SenatorBennion
I Bennion who is a Democrat I at the thepolls thepolls thepolls
polls last fall Collett was one of Mc McDonalds lIcI McDonalds ¬
I Donalds most active supporters in the thei thecampaign theeampaigs
i campaign ami anrlat at that time was a can candidate candidate ¬
didate for appointment as Indian Indianagent Indianagent Indianagent
agent After his defeat McDonald McDonaldbe McDonaldbecame be became beme ¬
came me Colletts rival for the position positionMcDonald positionlIcDonald positionMcDonald
McDonald Is s said to be a pronounced pronouncedKearns pronouncedKeari pronouncedKearnS
Kearns marO man and it was this so It Is Isclaimed Isclaimed isclaimed
claimed that caused his defeat at the thepolls thepolIs thepolls
polls It is declared that he will have havethe ha hayethe e ethe
the senators support for the Uintah Uintahagency Uintahagency Uintahagency
agency agencyHAM agencyHAM
18 18HAM
HAM AND ANDBACO BACON ADVANCEDJ ADVANCED ADVANCEDPacking ADVANCEDPacknTxUafPoices
J i
PacknTxUafPoices Trust Forces Prices FricesUp Up Half Halfa
a Cent on Each EachThe EachThe EachThe
The price of hams bacons and all allcanned allcanned allcanned
canned good products of the packing packinghouses packinghouses
houses advanced a little last week weekThe weekThe ee
The increase to the wholesaler holesal r which whichmay whichmay whichmay
may necessitate an advance to the con consumer consumer consumer ¬
sumer is attributed to the larger pack packIng packing
Ing house concerns of the country going goinginto
into a combine It Is stated on good goodauthority goodauthority goodauthority
authority that representatives of the thebig thebjJt theblgestablishthents
big blgestablishthents establishments will visit Salt Eake EakeCity take takeCity ake
City this week to look the local situa situation situation situation ¬
tion over and gather what information informationthey informationthey
they can on trade conditions conditionsDuring conditionsDuring
During last week the wholesale price priceof
of hams and bacon was advanced half halfa
a cent The former now costs 13 13and 133j 133jand 4
and the latter 14 cents centsper per pound
The retail price of hams Is 15 cents pentsand centsand ents entsand
and bacon 17 1 cents per pound Twice
during the week lard was wa advanced advanceduntil adanceduntil advanceduntil
until now a threepound threepoundpail > P pail I1 retails retaflsfor
for 45 cents centsNEW
1 1NEW cl clNEW
NEW SOCIAL CLUB CLTJBA CL 13 13A
A new social club to be known Im wn as the
Cleopatra Cleop llra club was organized organizcdon on Friday
evening at the horn of Miss Tuckfield of
South Second East street The colors of
the club Iuh will be pink and a d whjte The Th of
fictrs leers are H J Essetman president
w V Dougherty vice ce president > R R Es Essetman Essetman
setman secretary W V J Johnson corre ¬
sponding secretary Miss Ruth Holding
treasurer and Leon L on Needham sergeant sergeantatarms sergeantatarms
atarms atarmsREMARKABLE atarmsREM atarmsREMARKABLE
REMARKABLE REM RKABLE SUCCESS SUCCESSOfa
Ofa Ora New Catarrh Cure
A large and constantly increasing
majority of the American people are arecatarrh arecatarrh I
catarrh sufferers This is n6t entirely
the t e result of our changeable climate
but because modern investigation has hasclearly hasclearly I I
clearly proven that many diseases i
known by other names are really ca ¬ I
tarrh Formerly the name catarrh
was applied almost alm stexclusiyely exclusively to to the
common nasal nasalcatarrn catarrnbut catarrh but the throat throatstomach throatstomach throatstomach i
stomach liver bladdery bladdfr kidneys and
Intestines are subject subjeotto to toe catarrhal c tarrlial dis diseases diseases diseases ¬
eases as well as the nasal na naealp Lp passages ss ssaes es
In fact wherever there th te is mucous mucousmembrane mucousf mucousmembrane
f membrane there is afeeding5 af a feeding eding < ground groundI
I for catarrh catarrhThe catarrhThe catarrhThe >
The usual remedies rem dles inhalers I halers sprays
douches or powders PQwd rs have been prac ¬
tically ticalJ failuresas far as anything
more than temporaryrelief temporary I relief
was con concerned concernedbecause concerned ¬
cerned cernedbecause Because they simply dry up the themucug theI themucus
I mucus muc Js secretions without having the theremotest tleI theremotest
I remotest effect upon the blood and liv liver liver liver ¬
er which are the real sources of ca
tarrhal diseases diseasesIt i
It has been known for some years ears I
that the radical cure of catarrh could couldnever coultInever couldnever I
never come from local applications but
I from an internal remedy acting on the
blood and expelling the catarrhal poi poison poiSOn potson I
son from the system
A new internal preparation which
has been on the market only a short
time has met with remarkable success successas successas
as a genuine radical cure for catarrh
It may be found in any an > drug store storesold storesold
sold under the name of Stuarts Ca
Itarrh tarrh Tablets large pleasant tasting
I lozenges composed principally of anti antiseptic antiseptic
j septic Ingredients Blood Root Red
Gum and similar ca catarth tarrh speclflps specifi s
Dr Ainslee in speaking sneak hg of the new newcatarrh newcatarrh newcatarrh
catarrh cure says < I have ha tried the thenew thenew thenew
new catarrh remedy Stuarts Catarrh
Tablets upon uporithIrty thirty or forty patients patientswith patientswith
with remarkably satisfactory results
They clear the head and throat more moreeffectually mOreeffectually moreeffectually
effectually and lastingly l stlnglY than any
doucheor inhaler that I have ever seen seenand seen seenand seehand
and although they the are what is called calleda
a patent medicine and sold by drug ¬
gists I do not hesitate to recommend recommendrthem
rthem them as I know them 2o 1 be free frftn frftncocaine f fcocaine fzncocaine
cocaine and opiates and that even a
little child may use them with entire entiresafety entiresafety entiresafety
safety safetyAny safetyAn safetyAny
Any An sufferer from nasal catarrh
throat or bronchial trouble houbl catarrh of
the stomach liver nv r or bladder will tfl find
Stuarts Stuart Catarrh Tablets Tablelremarkably remarkably
effective elIectlvepltasant pleasant and azidcoineDient convenient and andyour antIyour andyour
your your druggtel drugidt1wlU will tell t tellyoix rixOI jbu tliey are areabsolutely areabs areabsolutely
absolutely abs lutely free from any Injurious
drug
I
f I Would IVdtHave N tUilVe tllavecatarrhforaMillion Catarrh for foraMiUion a Million Dollars DollarsjSays DollarsI DollarsjSays
I jSays jSays sa Mrsleslie Carter CarterPeruna Peruna Her Safeguard
a F
V MRS LESLIE CARtERTHE CAktRTtIhire GREAT ACTRESS ACTRESSMrs AGTf ESS ESSIrs
Mrs Irs Leslie Carter C3r Carterprobably r probably probb y the the most prominent p min t actress actressi ess essin
e I i in i America says the following of Peruna PerunaI 4
t 1 I II Peruna is sure to prevent a cold It will stop stopcough a acough acough
cough before it becomes settled It cures all ca catarrhal catarrhal catarrhaf
> tarrhal affections like magic No money could couldtempt couldtempt 4
tempt me to be without this remedy for even a ayy aday
vvJ day yy It is just the remedy that all women need needI
S especially such women as are exposed to the vicissi vicissitudes 1des of climate as Jam Jamnevcr I am amI
I never neglect neg Ject an opportunity opportun tyt to O recommend this remedy to my m Y friends It Itis Itis 4
is Americas greatest remedy for Americas greatest enemy catarrh and ca catarrhal catarrhal catarrhal
tarrhal affections I would not have lllve catarrh for a million dollars and as aslong aslong 4 4long
long as 1 have Peruna at hand to promptly check the slightest symptoms of ofits ofits ofits
its approach I feel fee perfectly perfect perfectlysafe safe from this disease disciseN N Leslie Carter
CATARRH ATAnRH is everywhere everywherej
1A j No class clasof of people pe O pIe are ex exaj exi cxenmpt
i aj empt from its insidious insidiousjjjM insidiousravages insidiousravages
jjjM ravages It enters the theequal theliF
11 liF f P 94 1 palace and hovel with withequni
1 equal facility It attacks attacksmen attacksmen attacksmcii
men andwomenwith and women with like feroc and andfrequency andfreqnency andfrequency
frequency Strong men and fairwom nare nare n iiare
are among its victims victimsThus victimsThus victimsThus
Thus itis we find Peruna the catarrh catarrhremedy catarrhremedy catarrhremedy
remedy everywhere The upper classes classesue classesue
ue u e it the lower classes cannot cnnnotdo do without without with without ¬
out it and the middle classes praise it itAt itAt ItAt
At this time of the year yearwhen when winter winterIs
Is here with its chilly blasts and andbiting andbiting andbiting
biting frosts everyone should be as asslert asdert aslert
slert a possible to escape what seems to toe tohe tobe
he e almost inevitable In this climate climatecatarrh climatccatarrh climatecatarrh
catarrh catarrhThe catarrhThe catarrhThe
The number of people who have havec1 havec1tarrh ca catarrh cxtarrh ¬
tarrh of some form formorother formor or other every winter winter win winter ¬
ter is millions millionsMiss millions1tfiss millionsMiss
Miss Emily Milbnrne President WestSi WestSide West WestSide
Side Si e Young Youn Womans WorpansQ1ub Olnbj Oub 152 West WestCongress WestCengress WestCongress
Congress street Chicago Ill writes to toThe toThe toThe
The Peruna Medicine Company ompany Colum Columbus Columbus Columbus ¬
bus Ohio OhioPor OhioFor c cFor
< For the past four years ye m the members membersof membersofourWest >
of ofourWest our West Side SidoCJub Club hivo b lmve o useJ ac1 ci IlitI3 t
Court ourt Motes MotesThe NotesThe otes
The supreme uprem court cO rt has hasrerused refused tne mor morton roo moVon
ton of Stewart Sl wart T Tanner for fora era a rehearing rehear ng
in his hl text book test case against StateSUDerintendcJ1t State StateSuoerintendcrit StateSunerintendcut
Suoerintendcrit A G Nelson X sor Sqrse Sqrseweeks Sqr Sqraeweeks e eweeks
weeks are the court decided the ease easeacralnst l discaiminst e earnlnst
acralnst Tanner thereby there y upholding Upholdi g the thelaw theJaw thelaw
law The refusal of the court to reopen reopenthe Teopenthp reopenthe
the cast cas Is a final victory icto for Superin Superintendent Sup Superinteniieut rn rntemlent ¬
tendent Nelon NelonMrs N NeIonMrsMattIc I = on onUrs
Mrs MrsMattIc latlic M MIlerhas petitioned tht th thcourt j 1
court to apnoint her administratrix of the theestate theestate I Iestate
estate of John H Miller who died In Intestate Intest intestate ¬
testate test te in Salt Lake on May 13 1897 leav leavliie leavIne bayJar
Jar personal and yea real property valued at atSS50 HtS HtLast atuse
use S V VLast I ILast
Last Week W ek of 0 Oar Great Gr nt ± January JanuarYCashClear JantaryCash j
Cash CashClear plarande Clearance nc Sale SaleBegins SaleBegins Sai SaiBegins
Begins tomorrow tCJm rrow morning See See our ourad Gurad j jad
ad on page pal > 24 THE LACE HOUSE HOUSEShoe HOUSEShoe
4 4Shoe
Shoe Clearance Sale Sal Z C 3C 3CBargains 1tEargalns I IBargains
Bargains In Mens Ladies and anc Chil CM1dreifl
dreris Fine Shoes and Slippers Week W Weekof tk 1 1of
of Moriday IoI d1yJan Jan19Last Jan19 Jan19liast >
l lLastW
Last LastW Week k of Our Great G atJ Jasuary IUary j
Csh Clearance ClearnnceSBeglps Sale SaleBegins SaleBegins
Begins tomorrow morning Sea tl our OU ourad I 1 1ad
ad on page 24 THE LACE HCH75E
medicine except ex ept Peruna It is our cure I Ifor
for the many different complications re resultingfrom resultingfrom resultingfrorn
sultingfrom coldswhether colds whether itis a severe severecough severecoughcabuThinfiuenzaorlagrippe severecough
cough coughcabuThinfiuenzaorlagrippe coughcabuThinfiuenzaorlagrippeMiss catarrh influenza or orla la grippe grippeMiss grippeMiss
Miss Emily EmilyMilburne EmilyMilburneMrs Milburne MilburneMrs MilburneMrs
Mrs BP Henderson 632 Grand Ave AveMilwaukee AveMilwaukee I
Milwaukee Wis Treasurer of the theSchiller theSchiller I ISchiller
Schiller Club writes I meyer never had any anyfsith anyfrith I If
fsith f th in patent medicines until ut I tried triedPeruna trieds
= = s Pcruna but my myPERUNA myPERUNA myPERUNA
PERUNA Jexperience J eerence experience wit withrORTIFIESTIIE with withFORTIFIES h hfORTlfIESTE
FORTIFIES fORTlfIESTE THE this thl reliable relab Ie med medSYSTEM mo mcdSYSTEM
SYSTEM j icine has ba mas taught taughtAGAINST tught tughtAGAlfJST taughtAGAINST
AGAINST CATCH CTCn me that tere there eie eieiwi is istNG
iwi ING rvi COLD n one ° ° which can be betrusted
COL trusted trst and ad WhICh WhIChwi whichwifi hich hichwill
will wi not fail fa failintime in i time te of need need3or needFor needU
U For the te past pat few w years I have have found foundthat fond fondthatI foundthat
that thatI I caught cold easily eniy which wich woud woudsett wouldsettle would wouldsettle
settle sett in a a most unpleasant upleaat catarrh c3trrh of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the head hea I had ha to be especially especialy careful carefulabout carefulabout
about abut being out evenings evenigs and not to get getchilled getchie getchilled
chilled chie when dressed dsed thin tin for parties partiesbut parte partiesbut
but since I have used ue Peruna Pera my gen general general gencml ¬
eral health hel henithis th is i improved improve and ad my system systemis systm systmi
is i in such good condition conditon that even eventhough eventhongh eventhough
though 1 am exposed exose to t inclement inclementweather incement incementweather inclementweather
weather it no longer ion cr aff afetl aflectal ectsi me rueI e et
t I have hav a s splendid slendid appetite appete and ad enjoy enjoylife enjoylfe enjoylife
life lfe r Hesir2sson being be in i perfect p cct health h hcclthllfr tnM Mrs B Br
PROGRESSIVE PROGRES IVE INDIANS INDIANSBlackfeet INDIANSBlackeet INDIANSBlackfeet
I
Blackfeet Blackeet Willing Wiing to Work For a alaving aLvng aLiving
laving lavingButte Lvng LvngBute LivingButte
Butte Bute Mont Jan 17 17J J O Monteath MonteathIndian MonteathIndian MonteathIndian
Indian agent at the Blackfeet Blactfeet reserva reservation reservatQn reservation ¬
tion tQn has hiS left lef fox Washington Vshin ton with wih a aparty aparty aparty
party of Blaokfeet fo make a demand demandupon damandupon demandupon
upon the government to institute Insttute a achange achange achange
change tr irit its treatment of the reserva reservation reea reeaton reservation ¬
tion ton Indians The party of Indians con consists consist consists ¬
sists sist of Little Lfte Dog Curly Curl Bear Mountain MountainSheep MountainSheep MountainSheep
Sheep Young Bear Joscnh Jos < ph Tattsa Tatt Two TwoHorns TwoHorns TwoHorns
Horns John Miller nIer White Vble Grass Gr and andWilliam anl andWilliam
William miam Russell RussellIt Russel
It 1 is said that the Indians of c Montana Montanaare Iontanaare
are growing gwing tired of the ration rton system systemand s3stem s3stemand systemand
and will wU ask 3sk President Preident Roosevelt to put putthem putthem putthem
them to work and pay them wages They Theybelieve Theybelfve
believe belfve that they are retting ettnt beyond belond the theconditon thecondition I Icondition
condition conditon of ignorance I ornce and dependence dependencewhere dependenceI dependencewhere
where whee the ration rton system was the only onlypracticable onlyprctcable onlypracticable
I practicable prctcable method methO of treating treatng them themFBEE themI themFREE
I FREE FE RURAL RUA DELIVERY DELIVEBYThe D LRY LRYThe
The recent rec nt discontinuance discontnuace of the Ar Argenta Argenta Argenta
genta postoffice postffce may ma result reul in the estab establishment estab establishxnent ¬
lishment lshent of a free rural delivery delvery for that thatsection thatsecton thatsection
section secton of the county lying to the east eastof est estof eastof
of Murray lIur People residing rei ing in that sec section section seetion ¬
tion are now compelled cmpeled to get et their mail maili manat mailat
i at Big Cottonwood Cotonwood or Brighton BrghtCn In some someI somInstnces someInstances
I Instances Instnces it i necessitates necsiates traveling trveUnl five fve or orsix orsix orsix
six miles mies The proposed route rute was tray travtrsed tr traytrsed
trsed ed yesterday estertay by b Postmaster Postm8ter A L LThomas LThomas
Thomas and Inspectoi M M 1 Steele of ths thsrural th thrurl thrural
rural rurl free fre delivery delver system The Te advisa advisability adisabUty advisability ¬
bility bUty of such a a route has been cor corplated contem contemP contemplated
plated P la ted by the Washington Washngton official offcils for forsome
1 some time the suggestion having been beenmade beenmade beenmade I
made by Congressman Cpngesman Sutherland SutherlandTVTRS Sutherland Sutherlande SutherlandriPs
e 8 8M
M riPs ELDBEDGE ELREGE DEAD DEADMrs DE DEADMrs
Mrs Sarah W V Eldredge widow of the thelate thelate thelate
late Horace Horce S Eldredge Eldrdge died In Bounti Bountiful Bountitul BOuntifui ¬
ful yesterday morning at 10 100 0 oclock at atthe atth atthe
the th residence of hej h daughter Mrs Dr DrStringham DrStrngham DrStriugham
Stringham Strngham The funeral will wi be held heldMonday heldMondy heldMonday
Monday Mondy morning at 11 oclock from the theWest theVest theWest
West Bountiful Bountful meeting meetng me ting house The Te in interment 1nterIent interrpent ¬
terment terIent will wi be in this is city Mrs El Eldredge Eldredge Eldredge ¬
dredge was born bor in Vermont in 1S27 1 She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was a sister sist of Gideon Gdeon Gibbs Gibb and Mrs MrsEliza lIrs lIrsEiz MrsEhza
Eliza Eiz Fox Two children chidren survive her herMrs herMr herMrs
ham Mrs Mr J J HGrnt H Grant and Mrs Dr String
Shoe Bargains Barga at 2L Z Z C M M I IGreat L LGreat LGreat I
Great Midwinter ldwinter Clearance Sale Saleweek Saleweek Saleweek
week commencing Monday Monda Jan 19 1
0
Now Is the te Time Tme to Get GetPeruna GetPerna GetPeruna
Peruna PerunaKbw Perna PerunaNow
Now is i the te time te to t get getPeruna getPeruna getPeruns
Peruna and it i should shoud be botaken beten betakenassoon
ten takenassoon taken as soon son as a the te slight slightest slght slghtest slightest ¬
est symptom sympom of catching catchingcold catcg catcgcold catchingcold
cold manifests maest itself itselfMany itel itselfManypeople
Many Manypeople ay people pople do donot not seem seemto seemto seemto
to udertd understand that tat a a cold coldis coldi coldis
is i acute catarrh cath that thatcatching tat tatcatig thatcatching
catching catig cold is i simply simplycatching sply splycathg simplycatching
catching cathg catarrh cth An A old oldcold ol oldcold
cold is i chronic chonc catarrh catarrhCatarrh cth cthCatarh catarxhCatarrh
Catarrh Catarh is i liable lable to settle settleanywhere sette setteanyhere settleanywhere
anywhere anyhere in i the t system systemWhile systemWhile
Whie While it itis is true re that Pe Peruna Pcruna ¬
runa rna cares cue catarrh catarh whe wheevcr whet wherever whetever ¬
ever located yet it is i ad advisable a advisable ¬
visable visble for everyone to use usePernna ue uePerna usePeruna
Pernna Perna as a a preventive preventiveand preventve preventveand
and not notwntutc wait until catarrh catarrhhas caturrkImasfastened trk trkhafastncd
has hafastncd Imasfastened fastened itself iteli itselfin in some somenart somepart somepart
part part of the system
I Mrs M Chas Cha Stainecke St1ece a apopular a apopular
popular ppnar young society sciet matron maton of ofStonghton ofStuhtn ofStoughton
Stonghton Stuhtn Wig Wi wts wtslIy writesMy writes writesMy
My experience exerience Wt with Pernna Pera Perunabas has ha been beenmost be beenmostpleasing
most mostpleasing pleasing pleaSg By carelessly celessly carelesslyleaving leaving leavg a aheated a aheatedbailroozu
heated heate heatedbailroozu ball baroom room roomI I I I I I I II s sIgot
I Igot got thoroughly thoroughlychilled thoroughlyC
chilled ch C Ii ile i 1 1 0 d and andcaught andcaught andcaught
I
caught a a heavy heavycold heav t i icold I
cold which
whch set settled setteonmylogs settledonmylungs ¬
teonmylogs tled tledonmylungs on my lungs v
1 wore are apro aprotec aprotector tec i itor i itor
tor took many manyremedies manyemedies < < < T Trem
remedies rem e die s for forcolds > t tcold
colds cold without withoutsuccess I Ibles t tsnccess
success Wi W i th thmy Tt
my other tou iron hnss Mlss Flr Fiorcnco e A1anJ A1anJbles Allan Allanbles
bles I had ha ca I T 75 Waton Walton Place PlacePeruna PlaceT PlaceTtrrh PlaceTtarrhofthejieacl
trrh tarrhofthejieacl of the head I Ch lcag Il recomI recomIPerona
Peruna Perona W was rec rec f mends mend Pernna Pernnaommended Pera t 4 4o
o I I SUISSS I I I Iad
ommended ommede to toma mo moand meand
and ad I bought a bottle bteand bottland and soon began begn to toimprove t toimprove
improve iprove and ad kept on taking taig it and ad it itcured ited itOured
cured ed me of all al my troubles toubres I am most mostpleased mostplease mostpleased
pleased please Chas ChaSteine Steinecke SteineckeIf to t testify tstfy e eI to t its it merits meritM ineritsMrz ineritsMrzChas MM MMChas
If I you do not derive dere prompt and sails satisfactory sats satsfactor sailsfactory ¬
factory factor results resu ts from the use ue of Peruna Perunawrite Pera Perunawrite
write wt at once to t Dr Hartman Haran giving givingfull givg givgfn a afull
full fn statement statemEnt of your you case cae and be h wil willbe will willbe
be pleased pleaQ to give gve giveyoil you his hi valuable vnw1c ad advise a advise ¬
vise Ve gratis gratisAddress gramAddress gratisAddress
Address Dr Hartman Harman President Pasident of ofTho ofTho of91o
Tho flartmsn Ratm Sanitarium Columbus Colubu O I
ASK your druggist for a free Pe = ru = na I Almanac Every druggist has them
II IIWOMAN i
WOMAN IS ARRAIGNED ISIARRAIGNED ISARRAIGNEDMary IARRAIGNEDMary ARRAIGNEDMary
Mary Jane Smith Will WHPlead Plead Jan
22 2 to Charge of Killing KillingDaniel Kiing KiingDaniel KillingDaniel
Daniel Ryan Ryan1an RyanMary
Man 1an Jane Smith Smih the colored woman womanwho
who Is alleged alered to have killed kied Daniel DanielRyan
Ryan was arraigned arj arraignedbeforeJudge ned before b foreJudge Judge Morse Morseyesterday Morseyesterday lor56 lor56vester
yesterday vester ay morning moring on the charge of mur murder murer mur1er ¬
der er in thefirst tho frt degree de Inasmuch as the thedefendant thedefendant thedefendant
defendant ha had no attorney atorey renasmuct and no nonwans nonwanswith means meanswith
with t which c to employ one the judko said saidh saidwould aJ aJat
lt t llydn llydnaJ
h > would continue Wt Wtlt the eoge case until Jan 22 22at i iat
at 10 oclock at t which time she must musterter muste musteter
tme
erter e te a plea In the meantime meantme he will willappoint wil willappoint
appoint an attorney atorney to defend her herThe herThe herThe
The Information infonation riled ried against aglnst the Smith Smithwoman Smih Smihwoman Smithwoman
woman contains three counts CQUlt The first firstcharges frst frstchares firstcharges
charges murder in the first firt degree degec by byto b bmlxln bymixing
mlxln mixing morhine morphine in beer and gllng giving i it itto
to RYan The second count charges mur murder murdrr Inurder ¬
der drr bv administering morphine to Ryan Ryanin Ryanin
in a manner unknown unkown and ad the third thirdcount thirdcount thirdcount
count charges murder while whie attempting attemptingto atemptng atemptngto
to commit robbery robberyThe rObberyThe robberyThe
The orisoner was brought into court courtbv courtbv courtby
bv Deputy Sheriff Sherif Burbridge Burbrdge and andthroughout andthrou andthroughout
throughout throu hout the proceedings proceeding which dip dipnot dii diinot didnot
not last Ions she was wa apparently pparenty the themost themost themost
most unconcerned unconcered Individual in the court courtroom courtruom courtroom
room roomAfter ruomAter roomAfter
After Ater the te Mary Mary Jane Smith Smlbcase case had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been temporarily temporariy disposed of Bert BertRhodes Ber BertRhodes
Rhodes Rodes was arraigned He will wil plead to toan toan toan
an information charging burglary burglar on onJan onJan n nan
Jan an 22 2 at 10 oclock oclock Rhodes Rode is accused accusedof accJsed accJsedof
of entering the Big Boston store on the theniKht thenhht thenlrht
niKht of Dec 30 3 1902 192 and taking takng 25 2 cents centsfrom cntsfrom
from frm the till tillMinerva tUl tillMinerva
Minerva Alexander has ha been b en released releasedfrom releasedfrom releasedfrom
from the th county jai jail upon her net pwn own re recocnizance recocniznce recognizance
cognizance cocniznce upon the te motion moton of District DistrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorney Dennis Kichnor Judge ud Diehl Diehlsentenced Dietiisentenced
sentenced 8pnteJc d the woman five ye weeks week ago to tofour tofour
four months in the county jail jni for grand grandlarceny grandlarceny
larceny larcenyARGUMENTS larcenyARGUMENTS
ARGUMENTS AGUMNTS ON 3EEBGEB MRGER CASE CASEAction CASEAction
Action Acton Against Justice Clark Cark Comes ComesTJpBefpre ComesUpJ3efor ComesUpBefOrilJudg
UpBefOrilJudg TJpBefpre Judge JudgeSte Stewart StewartThe StearThe art artThe
The aueitixjn o iui t ttcin as tsto to thevalidity th the validIty idltr of the thenew t11enew thenew
new law la merging erin the five tcjusUceoe flvejustice justice of f the thepeace theDeace theneace
peace districts of Salt Lake Lke City into intoone intoone intoace
one was argued arged in part yesterday y morn morning mornInJ morning ¬
ing InJ before Judge Stewart Stewar The conduct concludinc concuc conductinn
inc Inr argument ar umcntwf will be made next Satur Saturdav Saturdav Saturday
dav morning morningJ moring moringO
J 1 O Nystrom city recorder and ex exnfficio exofficio cxofficio
officio clerk of the th city courts seelcs seelcsbv seek seoksby
bv a writ i of mandate mandatt4 to compel Justice Justiceof Ju1ce Justiceof
of 0 the Peace Frank lrnk H Clark to turn over overto oyerto overto
to him in accordance accor lnce with wih the law ail ailthe aithe 1 1the
the records and documents of his office officefor officefor officefor
for the term ten expiring on Jan J n 5 This ThisJustice ThisJUtcClrrk ThisJusticcCnrk
Justice JUtcClrrk JusticcCnrk Clark refuses refuse to do on the ground groundthnt groundthnt groundthat
thnt as he was elected justice of th thneaee thm thmace >
mace m ace for Salt Lake Lke City Ciy he Is entitled entted to toretain toretin toretain
retain retin the same averring averrng that the tle law lawis la lassto
is 1 unconstitutional unconstitutionalAssistant unNnsttutona unNnsttutonaR nncnstitutionalAssistant
Assistant n Attorney Attorney Shoup appeared P Jd Jdelude for forRecorder forRecorder
Recorder R Nystrom When g he had con concluded c coneluded ¬
eluded elude his h s arguments arsment Attorney Atorey J A AFrick AFrick AFrick
Frick appeared appered for Justice Justce Clark AI AInoon itLzioon H Huoon
noon Attorney Atorney Frick Iirck hadnot ha had not completed completedhis com leted letedhs
his hs arguments arum nt and an adjournment nt was wastaken vas vastaken wastaken
taken for a week
SCHMIDT CASE DISMISSED DISMISSEDMrs
Mrs M Tingley Tgley Failed Fae to Ma Ittake e Her HerCharge HerCharge HemCharge
Charge Charge Stick StickSan Stck StickSan
San Sn Diego CaL Jan Ja 17 1udge Judge Thorp Thorpthis Thorpthis Thorithis
this afternoon afernoon dismissed dismised the case cse of Kath Katherine Katherne Kathcritic
critic erne Tingley vs V E E W T Schmidt of Los LosAngeles LosAgeles Lo LoAngeles
Angeles Ageles because becuse of of lack of jurisdiction jurisdictionThe jurisdicton jurisdictonThe
The defendant defendat was chared charged with attempt attempting atempt atemptIn attempting ¬
ing In to obtain money moneyb3 by extortion extortionMrs extorton extortonMrs extortionMrs
Mrs Tingley was w placed on the te witness witnessstand wlnos wlnosstnd witnosstand
stand stnd and identified Identfed the letter leter alleged aleze to tohave LOhave n
have been written wrIten by Schmidt This Thi let letter letter letter ¬
ter was wa the only evidence Introduced IntroducedJudge introduce introducedJudge
Judge Judoe Thorp asked the plaintiff plaJntff if i there therewere therewere therwere
were other evidence evidence and being told that thatthere tat tatthere thuthere
there was none he ordered the case cse dis dismised dl dismised
mised msed on the sronud that the latter was wasnot wasnot wa wanot
not written wrten In this county countyTHE countyTH countyfrs
frs frsTHE
THE TH WAGES OF SIN SHTDover SI SINDover
Dover N J Jan 17 lJamesP 17James James P Eck Eckhart Eckhart Eckhart
hart a real estate agent here and andmanager andmanager am ammanager
manager manager of Bakers opera opera house and andMrs andMrs am amMrs
Mrs Winnie Wnnie Hill HI wife of Oliver Olver Hill Hi a abrakeman abrkeman abrakeman
brakeman brkeman were found dead in a room roomIn roomin a ain
In Mrs Mr Hills house today Both had haddied haddied hai t tdied
died from shot wounds and a revolver revolverwas r rwas
was w s found grasped gped in Eckharts Eckhartshands Eckarts Eckartshands Eckbarthands
hands The womans husband and ad Eck Eckhart Eckhart Eckhart
hart quarreled several weeks week ago over overEckharts overEckharts eve eveEckharts
Eckharts attentions attentons to Mrs Hill HillBAD Hms HilluERAD
s
FRA ± uERAD BAD OF JOHN JOH ANDERSON ANDEBSONThe AERON AERONTe
The Te remains reains of John Anderson Aderson the theMurray theuray tb
Murray uray boy who was injured by a Rio RioGrande Ro RoGrade RI RIGrande 0
Grande Grade Western West rn train tran Friday Frday while whie skat skating skatins skatS ¬
lag ins and who died die later at St StMarks StMarksbOSDltl Marks Marksbosoital Markhospital S
hospital bOSDltl in this city ciy will wi be sent to toMur toMurraw Mur Murrav Murrav
rav this tis morning The funeral funerl services serviceswill serice service servicewili
will wi be held In the afternoon lfernoon and the te body bod bodthen
then teu taken take to SprinKVille SprnJiefor L LPEONA for interment intermentPEBSONAH interent intermentPERSONAL
PERSONAL PEBSONAHMrs PEONA
Mrs 11rs I C GIosz Glos has gone to Santa a
Barbara CaL to spend a few months monthsMrs monthsMrs
Mrs Harry Harr R R Freeman Feeman will wIl return retur to todav to teday S
dav from her old home in Aurora Aurora His Hiswhere Dl
where she has ha been visiting viitng for the te past pastsix pastsIx pas passix i
six weeks weeksLast week weekLat
5 5Last
Last Lat Week of Our Great Gret January Januar JanuarCash
Cash Clearance Cance Sale SaleBegins Sae SaeBegins SaleBegins
Begins tomorrow morning See our ourad ourad ou ouad
ad on page 2 24 THE LACE LC HOUSE
Worth VorthYour Your YourConsideration
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Consideration Consideretion ConsideretionPoorclothingis I IJ
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Poor Poorclothingis clothingis cqtngis dear qer at any anyprice price prceTd To buy buypoor poor clothing cotlng is i ex exi extmvng cxtravagance
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travagancenot tmvng travagance Ice not ot economyHo economy C1O No o matter aferoW1tle howlittle how little you yq jay ay for f r shoddy shoddyyou s shoddy shoddyyou oddy oddyyou
you pay pay too t o much mu iffore Here o e men me are saying s ga a good word word for and nd wer werig wearmn wear wearfc
ig mn R B A A cotg clothing ever every day Ourb Our bmrthnesa sie isf isfas5 fc growing gowg growing This Thisis Ths Thsis Thisis
is is not not notdue > due du to tp any chance chace or by accidentbut ncc acciaent etutteidp but theindisputable the indisputable t e fact factthat facttht factthat
that tht they have never before found fo d such suC thoroughly t rdighy i dependable dependablegoods deperda dependablegoods 1e 1ei 1egood
goods good andat andj dat t reasonable ronab1e prices prc pricesAU s sAU v vAll
AU brokenlots brok broken h lots of suits suts many ofrwhich 0 of w which ch have hve been b cn the e choicest choicestthings c0icst c0icsttg choicestthings
things tg in l in our UStOkwe s stock ock we are now selling Sii afelS a 3 01t attTtheregnlar off the r yeular price pricejl re
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Allwinterovercoats Ar jl winter ter ove overcoats t coat at t exact ex ct cost of o making makng makngt II IIAr
All A bur ou fancyhalf fac fancy hf half hose at athalf athalp athalf
half halp of one prices e 2 i pairfor ior the te price Prc priceof I
Negligee N glge and ad colored c l starched starchedshirts tched tchedShi
shirts Shi s wereand were 125 150 L5 0 175 175and 1 75 75ad
and ad 200 now nowS5 85 cents cent sizes si sizes16andup
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City CIt ticket office 201 Ol Man street tet Tele Telephone Tele Teicphone ¬
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ver and points east 830 8 azn
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tion ton and ad all al points poit Otat3 east eat 313 3 3b p m m
No 0 4 4For 4For For Provo Grand Juno ¬
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tion ton and ad all al points poInt east eat 820 8pm pm
Ao 10 loFor iSFor For Bingaain Bigham Led Leii Pro Provo Pro Provo ¬
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vale Yae and a intermediate points 800 80 am amber am
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intermeiate intermeiatepoit
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Perfect Perfet Dining Car Service ServiceSleeping S6ce S6ceSleeping ServiceSleeping
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with wIt Barber Barbe manl Shop > and andPleasant ad adPeat andPleasant
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1 for Fo time tmo tables tble folders Oen Illustrates Illustratesi lUut
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dental work orl at at greatly gaty reduced redu ed prices pricesSET prcs prcsSBT lfliCeSSET
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