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Continued contjnu Contlmidfrnm from Pa PffO P PIng i i1E 1ItJg
1E of the > next nf > xt convention came up an
a special order at 1010 a m At the
fuggestlon of President Mark speeches h
were r limited to five ft minutes nllnut the nom
1 ip nations tions beln bEIng made by b each state tatl as
t tiu 1 II roll wan wa tailed tailedP1 la lIfd lIfdF
F R Rtpd P1 preint4 nt4d the claims cIa i tnR or n r
Idaho < rl p IT h1 of the ttWmountsIns mountain hub hubV o oWe or
V V t 1ti t hf whtf1 wh or the Who Im trrlgatd tcl coun oun
try y
We of mako no extravagant e
h premium premiumh prornsP
alI but 1 w we tomlee thin tbl much If
ft1f < h hr convention ronvf > ntlon fs h hId < ld in Boise Boiliewe v will
1 t > II irrlh rn 1811 the convenience onveolpn ee the hospitaU hospitaUi bOfpltal ho pitatt pitattI
is aid a ph place lac to hold th t convention connttonV
V jn i ii Urn with the dignity dl < nlty of this con conIM
> rf rss > If you Bend it to Idaho Idaho
7 T a IM I do the right thing
J 1 W Gregory after having attempt
Cd V 1 to get et a chance to speak lI ak before > the 1b thV
luiKaii 111l licall eaU
V was wa given an opportunity
i hen
Missouri was reached He talked
I br r 0 > r M t Joseph JosephIf Jo epb epbI
If I f this t hi congress is held there he
aaI al it will bring brln < to telbr iher r more peo
Jp jI frtlO1 t > m the th east allt than ever have at j
c T trnded 1rnd
an Irrigation congress before
O Bean B an talked for St Louis declar
Intc 111 that 176 conventions bad already alreadyHKrepd alrea alreadyagreed 7 7it V
agreed it JI rpfd to meet in the great hall of con conKr tOngl eonrrsp
Kr rrsp sf > s which was an adjunct to the UieI Utexiosjtion
x xiosjtion xiosjtionV I > osltlon osl tlon
V tlonReIttors
Editors Flowery Talk TalkWhen TalkWhen V Vi
i When Texas Tex was reached and Cap CapV Captam ¬
V tain t tam Hn Juan S Hart editor ed or of the El Paso paaoTimes pa PasoTimes o oJrne
Times Jrne arose there was w a a burst of ap apJtause ap1Hu8e ap1Iauee
Jtause JtausePlatform 1Hu8ePJatform 1IaueeV
V V Platform demanded the delegates delegatesand
and 8 nd Captain Hart mounted the rostrum ro rtrumV trum
V V h hHe re he delivered dellvereda an a eloquent and
VV flowery address in behalf of his home homeity
V ity ity It He said that Tsxas did not share
in jilt the hf benefits of the national Irrigation
1 liv Ia a w beacuse she he controlled all the pub
li Iii lands but declared that Irrigation Irrigationiv
iv a as used U in the valley of the Rio Rl Rlande Rionde
fiande ande ° nde while Mexico had irrigated for tor40U forV for4o
V 40 40U i years yearsKl yeallllI
Kl I Paso has come to you youwtth with the thetrbim thef
V f IT trbim hlfmF of the first ret irrigation of the thei
1 i iid ndth the sombreros he said saidV
V deferring to the Mexican band which whichihd
tifvd ihd accompanied a mpanHd the delegation be de deired de deit doVp
Vp it ired iredThis rpdThla V VT
V T This noise nol has been made t te let t no noman
man 111 1ia 11 escape cUP < the knowledge kno knowldetht p that 151 Paso
is j here and is after this honor honorHI honorIto
H HI > spoke of the Influence In uenee of Mexico Mexicomi exieo
mi 11 1 the t hf congress on and the fact that thin thinvrnownt thl thlIIIlrnment thimvrnn1nt
IIIlrnment < > vrnownt would probably parttolpstte parttolpstteYou part partYou partkstV <
V You will meet with irrigation of the theprimitive thfOJqjmhhe theV V
V primitive form but will m have with you youTvmlern youV
V Tvmlern 11 II Irn Irrigators and among Amo them themVM thfhtIIH thenivIll youV V
VM IIH will find representatives of four four1iosperous fourJrOSJlfrOUII fourV
1iosperous PIVO spsroua colonies from the beautiful beautifultate beautifultat V V Vtatp
tate tat of Utah UtahVh Utahhpn UtahWh
V Vh hpn > n Ttah was reached John Henry
Smith Sl th tried lrl t to second SI Paso but he heHM helf V VV Va
V HM lf a ruled out of order VJt Later the roll rollas rollH
V as H again 1t < ln called for the seconding of ofruminations
ruminations 1 tOl < nationa Art ArtllOns son i and Arkansas Arkansasonded Ark Arkond I Ionded
onded ond Kl Paso PasoIn Pa80In PasoIn
In behalf of California said C B Bnthe
Toths nthe I take pleasure in seconding aecondin aecondinI
11 111 I h IP nomination of El Paso And the
Ml i Paso men set t up Upl a yell en because Utte Call Call1ml
1ml 1 frnia rPm had been for Keno eno and the t dele delex de deJ
x V ion had been brought over to El Eli I
J I after a hard struggle struggleJoint struggle3oa
Joint P Irishs Iris Plea PleaKansas PJ PJ1an PJs V VI I
I 4 Kansas 1an i ansasm a8 and Lout Louisiana seconded El Eli EIMofttana I IV
V V i i so 4 Montana
V endorsed Boise Nevada Nevadau I I Iurt
V u urt ured red > d the aid of Colonel John P Irish IrishInlifornla InstV I II
V 4 4 V Inlifornla 1 lIfornla to respond for the Sage Sagelijih SageV II
i V lijih th state He made an eloquent eloquentfr L Lr
fr F r vh h for Boise Boiseshould DollieW Boiser
r V V W < should not from any 117 desire d V 8fre for foriiMisem foiisement or I
iiMisem 1 liS isement 01t ni be led from the practical practicalrk I
VV < > rk this congress is designed to pro promoie profl
moie fl Ip he declared While Vblle Jntuc11 we wen can cararn
1 hHn arn rn something lIomfthln < from Irrigation IrrtpU tt works worksa orlt orltOJ I IS
V S a J civilisation 400 years year oM I think thin C j
I < can an learn more from a civilisation civilisationii I Ii
ii 1 i 90 9 old I ask you OU not to place your yourinvention 7otarmpntlon youiV
V V invention under the shade of the V
S j aninh sombrero but r ask a you to toi toIllt t r rput
i put > nt it under und the tb American emblem emblemih tHj
ih f 11 > plain oldfashioned blue American Americanral Americanrallll AmerlearV
V > ral rallll rallllWhn Is IsYh I
V Whn Yh n New N w Mexico was wa reached Del Delite DelI Delgmt
gmt ite I t p Roo HOOey > y took the opportunity to
s H > < find El Paso and to make a bitter ttsr I
Mack I t ek on the east ea
Rode Rod Rody Bitter BItt Against jit t Bast BastThere BQtThrp gt gtis
There is i something methl pathetic in al alNew alT
T ing g New Mexioo xtoo to second any anyHIHK anyh
HIHK h 111 I he h began and he went nt on to toinonnce tolIf1un tone
inonnce lIf1un ne the th keeping 1IreepI of New Nf > w Mexico Mexicoit
it or < > f statehood which wbt b be said was
> TD 1 to t the efforts of seven yea or eight men
In i the th > senate lI nate Re e declared that New
Mexico Fxi had more of irrigation than all
< > f New X England and the rest of the >
0 i t put together and continued tlnued hi bile
1 runclatlon r until he was interrupted
Tiy iv hillseTh hisses h1piThere
There Th > re I Is not 5 per cent of ofjhe the people peopleV j
fist V j q of f the Mississippi who care esr One red redr
r m it about irrigation he h heV declared d c lPd lPdf I
Vf f wouldnt have had tint V Irrigation Irrt Uon
Tn h I Ir f It hadnt been
for the fear f ar of the th thQtrnrq
aprn Qtrnrq t turner ro that we wouM have defeated defeatedi I
111 11 i river nyC and harbor bill We W of the i i
v si I havf ha bar got to stand together tog ther
te Vhen IIPnr lion this bl hii eruption had subsided sUbld d El
T TV iso I was Va seconded on d bjr North Dakota I
< fkiihnmi 1 hhrfl hnrnl Pennsylvania and an South
r > k kot < > ta I Old l1 Boise by Oregon OregonSmith Orp OrgnnSmith < on onSmith
Smith Wanted Place PlaceWi PJaceho PlaceWhfl
Wi Whfl ho o rt I itah t h was as called again a < aln Apostle A tI
Thn 1 hn Henry Hen Smith mth was given his oppor ¬
tunity t Inlt t < > secona fcond El Paso Pasoiught
Vp y ought to pass pa the th > convention <
mound he said so the th people of the
rtfforent Ifprlnt sections lltlon can become hf cornto acquaint acquaintwith
e i with ith each other ther and nd become interest
ft1 r < 1 In n thp accomplishment of this great
V VTaking
purpose purposeTaking 1W rpose
Taking up Delegate Rodeys Rode attack I
1 11 f declared declaredIf d cia red redIf
If I f I had h d thought this thJ discussion dlJcuslllonuld
Tnid V uld ijri arouse a spirit of antagonism antagi
flinl 111 1 hate of the th east I would walk out
0 4 < > thin I hiM convention conventionTIo cflventIOfladvated
V TIo advocated going south this year yearn yarnli
end n nli < i north the year after afterVirginia afterVj fter fterYir
Virginia Yir Vj run1 na a Washington and Wyoming Wyt i ng
seconded conded Boise and Wisconsin second 1IOCndf l
e CV I Kl PIIRO Pu O The vote was then taken
Idaho J 1a < Jlo Missouri Oregon and Utah
rtoved rIIIeodtil to t make it unanimous which
was Yi don with a whoop
The band amj played and J A Smith Smithchairman Rmlththalrman Smithchairman
chairman of the > Txa < delegation
topped by a monster sombrero rose In
lh t 1I rear r ron > r < > f th t h room v hrr hi dflrga tP1Vgan
Hn < fn n w w5 s H satd satdI atP a p pmnI
1 nvrHy mnI VW vant ant to f 01 ay < he h declared declaredthat d claredthat dcCredth4t
that i < thank the convention from fromf
01 f b tH > rlm i ni i of our hearts hpartand and whn whenan whnon
an 1 cf < tn T Kl Paso Pa Faa 1 we p will show ho you OU
todei dJ de rHgation as well AX ancient andEntCJ
Ogden opt cpt IS 1SThe The report re rt of O the thecommittee th thI thcommittee
I committee on resolutions of the Inn Irrigation lrrigaUOn Inngatlon
gation congress con rtl4 as adopted is as fol follows folIOW8 01 01lowa ¬
lows lowsThe IOW8Tht lowaThe
The National Irrigation congress a aremblod aIembl as asrembkd
Iembl remblod d In n Its ft eleventh annual OOff1s semion semionat
at th the city Ih1 < or Ogden In the tate t te of ttah
Scot 117 151 1M3 l5O Main extends fl Its greet greetIngVs t
inK in t thf i poplf o i of f thin I his nation and andcongratulate s 11 nd ndOflgratuistes J Jongratuhtlet
congratulate them uprn the inaugura inauguration inaucuratlon inaugUralion ¬
lion of f and th U ttw < progress a murtf miifr4Iuning ilurlng lflJrln the thelast thela thelat
last la t year r in carrying < into u utlon < tlon opera operations OperatIon ¬
tions tlon by the > mclanrativii ervlce rvl of th thraJtfod the thetiiItd
lr raJtfod Ke4 St State tff xeologtcal golo eal survey the new newnational
ntIon national > irrigation poll pulley olI < > nndr which whichthe whkhtht whichthe
the government r of the frltcd Irlt d States will willrectalm wiltreclaim III IIIdaf
reclaim daf from the desert di tb t tile e trtritorywithin trtritory t ry rywttbJn
V within the bor borders ler of o our ir own reunify reunifywhich fOunlt fOunltwhkb countrywhich
which tin < Prenidpnt Roosevelt stated IM IMhis I Ih Iihis
his h ftrj fIt < t me mf measag S8gf sa to congress tOn < r would IIUS IIUSWn wusJfl
V tain Jfl a i population > greater ttr than that of ofthe ofthe
the fChn whole country n today < If ret the t waters waterswhich waterswhich a t
which now run to waste w were re saved and andused
used for or Irrigation Irrt irrigationMessage llfon llfoneaaage
Message eaaage of the President
We rommejyl omm and again call the atten attention attention attention ¬
tion of this nation and of every er section or orour v utour i ieur
our country ountr to the wise and Htateoman Htateomanliko statesrualllike tatttlmanIto
like words of that message Mge wherein whereinPrenldent whereinPresident I ITh
President Ito SR Roosevelt v vtlll tlll tlllMge said saidThe saidFbe
The Th reclamation and settlement of th tharid thart the thearid
arid art lands will enrich every portion of ofj ofour ofour
our country COunt just MS the settlement of ofthe oftht orthe
the Ohio and MisniMirtppi MINIiIl 1 valley vaU brought broughtprosperity brouchtr broughtprosperity
prosperity > the h Atlantic u states The in increased incresd ¬
r t rJh
= i
r rclef
creased demand for manufactured n arti articles artidoe ¬
clef will stimulate production while wider wld r
home markets and the t trade tra of Asia AM will willconsume willconsume
consume Cf 1UJWDt the larger food mi 1nlllIIfIII wit pile and ef f ¬ II IICf
fectually prevent western competition competitionwith 4OIJ1petitiunwith competitionwith
with eastern ttrn agriculture agrlc ultutt Indeed Ind d the theproduct theproduct I
product of irrigation will be consumed consumedchiefly con consumedchiefly umfti umftichiefly
chiefly In the upbuilding u butldlns of local centers centersof centersof
of mining and other industries which whichwould wblchwould whichwould
would otherwise not come into existence existenceat Ii Iiof
at all n Our people ple as a whole will profit
for successful homemaking is labut but butother an another another ¬
other name na me for the upbuilding of the na ¬
tion tionSafe
tlonSafe V V VSafe
Safe Guards Against pin t Social Dangers DangersIn D Danrs DanrsIn s sIn
In all the history of th the world no na nation Dation nation ¬
tion ha bas ever entered tft red upon an undertak undertaking 1IndtakIna unde tk tkIng ¬
ing of more stupendous magnitude tudto cr crone crone Crone
one potent with greater ter assurance rac of ofbenefit ofbenefit ofbenefit
benefit to the people of th u country The Theopportunities TheopportuRltks Theopportunitks
opportunities for employment that will willbe wUlbe willbe
be created and the chance that will be begtv beKtn begiven
gtv given n to e ery man who wants it to get geta et eta
a hos hoe on the land through b the exms eOnUC eOnUCtion uc uctlon c ctlon
tlon of the grekt works of reclamation reclamationthat rec recthat recimgUQnthat
that will be built by the national go gOn gOnment
I meat V and nd the reclamation of otacTeII MX1 MX1acres lIOOIUO lIOOIUOV
V acres aer of arid public laud Ia wilt reliev relievcongestion reline me mecengestion e econIJe
congestion conIJe tlon of the fcppjutattoic bttt l tJa our ourt great greatckie greatcities
cities and expert a i profound Inftaence
to check the trend of population to the thecities
dUo and turn It back to the land and
thus safeguard elfJaJd against nt one of the great
M dangers that now confront us in the thealatananoe
Maintenance ee of th the permanenee and eta etaour
bittty bIJIt of our social and political Institu ¬
tions I
A Warning WArn nC Prom the President PresidentWe
We also call the attention att ntlon of othe the people peopleI
s or te country aIJJJ as at the congress of the
I1ftJted Stat States to Ute warnln warning contained
I In l fl the last m mft8a1Je or President ROOR
I vi vlt It to o congress where he said
U So tar as they are available for a agni agniculture
culture and to whatever extent they may y
be B reclaimed reclalm under the national irrigation Irrt tlon
law the remaining public lands should
ten lte hI n U xigMly 51417 t for or the home builder the
t tti ttJ4if tt1st rwK w whO lives jIY on 0 his land and for no
one else In their actual use the desert d
land law the timber and s ion one law afed
the commutation lawn eteWM of the
homestead ec1 laws have been n so perverted
from the intention withwhich with which they were
enacted a as to permit the acquisition of
large areas of public domain for other
than actual settlers etU and the consequent
prevention of settlement settlementjRepaal Mettlement1tepea1 settlementBepeail
jRepaal of Objectionable Land Laws LawsW LawsWe LawsWe
W We urge the immediate and absolute re ¬
peal of the desert land act and the com ¬
mutation clause of the homestead home tead act as 8
recommended t e In the report of the senate nate
committee on public lands in the la at att t
t session jon of congress co greu and call the atten
tioa of the country to the facts stated In
that report which so strongly stron < ly set forth forthV
tile reassm r for o demanding he repeal of V
iheae 1JaeMta 1JaeMtaAppointment j5 laws lawsAppointment
Appointment of Commission CommissionWe V
V Vv
We v e recommend re the tb appointment of VV a V
commission by the president ot 0 the t Unit aV ¬ V
ed State tAt s to mvexUnnte andreport and report po uch 8 uchtbe h
rurtb further l amendments or iodflttions on Of
tbe tend laws of 0tM the V UnltidState United States as V V VV Vthe
may ma be desirable to promote the actual tual
settlement and development of a prosper pros tl ¬
Qua population on the public domain the
better tJl utilization of o the grasJiur land and
th tIN tbeprSyatlon preservation tlon of the forest for t by right ri
use u rIlt IT V
We f urge appropriation for forest ort t pres pr ¬
ervation the th thi overshadowing importance
or the preservation of our forests upon
our senators and representative r < pr fWntahe in con con5tV
gt 5tV > ss and upon the > people of the cowl oun conV ¬ V
try tr and recommend that appropriation
should be made m df to this end which are
fully tun commensurate CVIJI nllurBte with the vital im I ¬
portance of forest reservation to the
prosperity of our people The Th fact must
never be lo 1011 lost sight of that t he ie t for fort8 ts are
to a large extent xur t the sources of the water
supply throughout the entire arid rtd region
and their destruction will mean the de ¬
struction of agriculture in in these
rqto rqtoArid regionArId regions regionsArid
Arid Land Reclamation ReclamationThe
The great floods of our western we tem rivers
would if the waters which now run to
wants were saved and used become a
great art source of national wealth and andbeneficial
1JDdh The national government alone
financial retIOur resources necessary to
barnes these e floods for beneficial use u
The conditions upon which ft should be belands
done aft embodied In the national lrrlp
t act and the reclamation ofthe and
lands tand n must BlU proceed rOc C with a firm adher
ance to the principle that the lands land re ¬
claimed shall bear the th burden uf the cost
Of their reclamation and that the invest IlJvf t
meat of the th government < In each Irrigation
system e tem shall han be made absolutely blcolutel secure
0 that every dollar of It will be returrrad tllrned
teem 10 the
lands reclaimed This
being as ¬
sured red
for question or doubt lu funds fun4xfongrea
COlllltluctlon should bf 1 provIded I ti
fongrea cOflTea as rapidly a a nettle I4ttlfllll wiTrtake wiTrtakey will tak takO
reclaimed labad land Ia and repa repay the Inve t
fliRt t 01 the COIrnllHnt
penaIaUnn nd 4 monopoly y In these lands landssubdivided
or fa l the water
must bfII
rigidly guarded ar
against t and th the irrigated JAnd8
must uet be f
subdivided into small farms farmsAid farmAid
Aid the Homemake I I
In The policy of the national government governmentwith t
essrybfg Into o operation ra tlon the national
l irnigati tIn n act and In the construction or
Uaeirrfsatlon work 10 b4t built
under It
to aid
encourage the
The Ihnt = concern of the a he
government vernmfl < nt un
dee tllat
aN ehould M for ettlt settlers
strugg1i trua with np
an anment insuffldmt
supply ulheir hElr needs being first water
the birplu lt Iu only should b tak taken n supplied for new
Nolde OttJel on neW land but all who share
t the
beft tfit of government
bot bath i14 14 bettlSre tt rtII and new settlers fxpendftur Ihotdd
proportionately to the
meat of the investment Inn tlnlnt to the govern govern rpRY ¬
mnt V VV VV VAvoidance V
V Avoidance A oicl oe of Complication ComplicationIn
in In framing < state legislation Jeci Jation care car should
be taken not to complicate the operation
of the national government which must
proceed P M in conformity with state law
and not in opposition to them Irk carrying carryi carryitto
the national tto al irrigation Oct Into effect effectAdministration effectAdmmisttaatioD effectAdthiisttttion
Administration of the Forests IVjresteWhereo ForestsThe PorestsWhereas
Whereas The extension and nd practical
administration of o the forest reserves JI Is hito
Indispensable i to the lh growth and prosper pro rer ¬
ity It of the west and
Whereas W Vast areas of public timber timberand > r
land l whose preservation p rvatlon in absolutely abBolutel 8
entMl to the Irrigation development of
the west arc passing RftUne into private hand
through tbro the ft operation of tin timber and
stone act and andW nd
Whereas W Ample provision prol ion Is made for
the t disposal I ot timber thnb r mum the forest oreet
reserve e to supply uppy the needs n is of settlers
lumbermen tfon miner and other users u of
timber without the destruction of the
forest and andthe andW1aereaa
Whereas The coe3ervl Jnltion tion of wattn u r by
the forests is not lea less eentlal ntlal to irrtaa
Uon development than the conservation
Of water by b retervoir and nd
Whereas The non6X nonaxport Ort clause of the th I
forest reserve law preclude the use of i
i5 forest Zdt sst t reserve Umber outside < of the > state stateI stateIWIdtenttor I
t vr IWIdtenttor territory in which such timber is cut cutand
and II
Whereas The forest work of the gov go ¬
meat at present is divided among three threeseparate threeseparate
separate bureaus an arrangement which whJchPIlud whichprecludes
precludes PIlud unity of action n and efficiency etf1cI etf1cIof I
of administration and andWhere
Whereas Where In the language of President
Rooev Roosevelt lt Uthe the wiser and more skilful
the th management of the reserve re ervea by y
trained men the greater 8ttr obviously obloual will
their th > lr usefulness be to the public there ¬
fore for be it itResolved ItRIlIIohp ItRsolved
Resolved That th the > eleventh National
Irrigation congress favors the th conserva ¬
tion and ntI Ute of the western forest
through throu the extension of the national
forest reserves and
Resolved That the forest reserve law la w
horrid IM > ao modified as to permit the
oxDortation < x porta Uon of forest reserve timber from
ttu tb > mate tctat in which such timber is cut lit
whenever II l hal b to estribUshert t tu j th thfor thUIfartiun thaatisfartin I
UIfartiun of the Itf secretary > retary In charge or
for f PftIt at r rn wrvf that t the th supply of tl timber r
In In an w r reserve scrv if Hearty elfa In excess offhe oC the
locii demand t1fJ8a and r
Rolvi > < > That WP f favor tho tti ° cotisolida
lIop K > O of all th the forest wirk nf the fI gov ¬
ernment rnm t In the barcstt burC8 of forestry fore trr of the theV
department of nRTlrufture in accordance accordancewith aorJa accnrdineewith ne newith
with the recommendations of the th presi preiV preident ¬
V dent d nt and all officials offfcla concerned to the theobvIous
j obvious advantage > of all the Interests Interestswhich Intre8twhIPh
which depend dpf > nd on the reserves rn
I Resolved Rf > That f at the congress to ess of the theUnited thet
United t nltttf States Stat should immediately 1mm tely repeal repealthe nolXali repealthe
the lien n land d orovision I of f the forest rraer rrscrvatioi
j i vatlon act and enact a bereh berehI1rhatf law whereby wherebyV
V private land within for forl t rescrvatloiis rescrvatloiisor rvatlol1 1
j or the improvements ImDrom > lIts thereon may bo ao aouulr at atuulr1 aLuuiresl
uulr uulr1 d by puirhnne lun e or condemnation
Resolved That water rhedn h heds which hay ha
been denuded of their forest growth hy
I fire > or otherwise otrw f should b be reforested IffOn > tPd hy byV bythe
V the th national novernment and thercafttr
be rweserved or vPd by ntrlnsent trln l laws from in in111ev
J jll 111ev ir > rrr de df destrntIon trt rlltln rtlon from from grazing by live 1 livestock
j I stock lit o < k and It nd the t h forest reserves rn should Chou Id bf bfcnlarKed btnlar bet
cnlarKed t nlar < Pd to Include th the water heds of ofall
I i all a 11 streams furnishing fumlllhln water wa ter to com om omI
I munltle munft dependent d Dennt on the water supply
I therefrom for water for Irrigation IrrigationWherru IrrigationForetr3
01Mtry Bxp8rtments Bxp8rtmentsWherlu BxpethnntsWhercus
Wherru The Th novernnient ha ha set apart apartas
as A forest reserve r re every alternate at roate sec ¬
tion of land Jan tnin bdng Ing within thin the th watershed
districts of Salt Lake City and county
and V VSalt
andWhereas Whereas Salt I Leke nke kp City ha has purchased ureha
the th sections ctltln of land alternating to said snIatset I
se 11 < tlons vet apart by b the government gC veTnftWont ar I I IhI
hns ha made ample providou for the ca caand a aand
and orotection of said watershed and
Whereas W h8S An inadequate inad qlate > supply for all allnuruose allnUrlJ08fI allnurnosca
nuruose < 1J ha made the protection pro tlon an and andprPfleratlon anilPreservation < i ipreservation I
preservation of these watersheds an auurgent anurenl anurgent
urgent neressity nppsMt Be it therefore
Resolved I old That the secretary ecTetarT of agrl agriculture agrlrultur ¬ I Irultur
rultur b be urgently uent requested to make makemfl makesome
some mfl < forestry fort > t experiments ts In that 10 locailtv 10t 10r 10entity
entity t conducive = U to t t a = further development developmentand m J
and preservation r of saidwatersh t and
the protection of f the water w4ter supply 8upplyGovenunent
Government Irrigation Irri IrriatIon ttion Works WorksWhereas WorksWherta WorksWhereas
Whereas V The principle upon which the thenationaT thenatlonaf thenatlonar
nationaT Irrigation policy rests as a
foundation Is that tit reclamation matlon of
the arid region of the United U nUed State can cannot cannot cannot
not be aMy accomplished unless unle the na
tional government vernl eot constructs the great greatreservoirs IJreatrwrervolrs greatreservoirs j
reservoirs and th the main aln lh line > canals which whichmil whichmUJllt whichmust
mil must be built on a scale so large that tha t
their construction by private enterprise enterpriseor t tor
or with private capital is impracticable
leaving < to private enterprise the con construction conIIItruction conatruetion ¬
struction of the mailer smal system and andVhere88 andVherees
Whereas The utilisation of the > great greatfloods
floods which now run to waste in th thrivers tht thrivers
rivers rive of the west necessitate the con constrtrctlon j I
struction of irrigation works of such suchmagnitude lIuchma suchmagnitude >
magnitude ma that they can never be built
b by priva onivate e capital and I
erea government t tnow Inow 15 15now
now actually engaged en ed in the survey of a agreat at agreat
great t system of engineering enlPn nIJ works for forbringing forbrtnldn forbringing
bringing the waters of the Peud dOrielle
lake one of the source of the Columbia Columbiariver ColumbiarIer Columbiariver
river out upon an area of more than th n a amillion amillion amillion
million acres of rich and fertile but now nowarid noWarid nowarid
arid land in the eastern trn part of the thestate thesta theState
state sta of Washington and is also making makingpreliminary makingPNJllmlnay makingpreliminai
preliminary survey for forll a comprehensive comprehensiveplan eompreh comprehensiveplan ntde ntdeplan
plan for th the solution lSolutl n of the whole jamb problem Irobtem jamblent ¬
tem of the regulation at f tbe flow of the
Sacramento river the t protection of th
lower valley aU lands from floods nood and the thfcUltuUon
I utilization of the water of the Sacramen Sacramento ¬
to river which will furnish water enough IIou < h
for tie f Irrigation Irrl < atlon of over 0 JOOM00e acres acresof arrf arrfof acresof
of land in the Sacramento 5a < ramEnlo and San SanJoaquin San1oa11Iln SanJoaquin
Joaquin valleys valle in California and i Is also alsonow alsonow alsonow
now survevlnic a system of reservoir and andlarge andlare aridlarge
large canals a as a harmonious unit for forthe forthf forthe
the conservation con ervatton of the flood waters of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Colorado river and their use In Ir Irrigation IrrtUoa IrrignUon ¬
rigation of the rich alluvial lands in the thevalley thevalley thevalley
valley of 0 that river er which contains con tal an anarea anarea anarea
area of over 1000000 I afire ares of irrigable
land and andWhereas andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas These T great eat works and other othersimilar otherslmJbtr othersimilar
similar work will wbenbullt when built rival tbe tbegreat tberrt thegreat
great irrigation systems of India and andth andthe
1 the th Assouan dam recently re completed on onthe ontbe Onthe
the Nile and develop a a closely settled I
iKtpuiaUon tO in regions n which will In ret fertility ¬ I
tility and productiveness equal fCIl1 the V most mostdensely mostdellllely mostdenielv
densely settled parts of France and andBelgium andBel andBelgiu
Belgium Bel and such mafvetoualy fertile ir irrigated 11r1 inrlgate4 ¬
rigated r1 < ated region as the valley of the Nile Nilein NileIn Nilein
j in Egypt and Qf the Po in Italy ItalyResolved ItahRe ItalyResolved
Resolved Re oI That w we fJ urge ur8 that the nation national nati ¬
al 3 government should proceed e4 with aU aUDlactleabIe allneacticable H Hpracticable
I practicable expedition fx to complete com plett pletts tH tHsurvcv tie tiemirrors
mirrors s and make m the necessary n e sary plant plantand plansand
and estimates t for the construction C of the thegreat theRreat thegreat I
great reservoirs re Toln and canal necessary neee to toregulate torltulale toregulate
regulate for navigation and for the theutilisation thfutilisatlontor theutilisation
utilisation utilisatlontor for o irrigation I Uon ana and power of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th enormou t lqrJD0 enorinothVvobme 8VO vohnne of flood water ter that thatnow tbntnow thatfl0
now fl0 run rUnS to waste In I such great at rivers riversa
a 118 the Columbia A lumbla Sacramento the Com Colorado Comrado Colaredo ¬
rado the Rio Grande the Arkansas and andthe alldthf andthe
the Missouri and their tbelrtrlbutarte tributaries and andthat aftdthat andthat
that as soon as surveyed andready and ready for forconstruction t tCOMtruetlon Or OreonstiuetiotL
construction and approved a ved by the scene secrelarv 1HCre1arv sceneVt
larv Vt of tile Interior t these great erujine erujinerlnc fRIPlIeW fRIPlIeW1nc ngIaeITLWVWUVdt
rlnc ITLWVWUVdt works shouW shoti be bum Just jntas as rapi rapimm raplactual
mm actual settler will take the land lanlbufW landsbuil4 and andbuild
build home on onVtbSlI thton tb And repay to Che Chegovernment th th1IOvtrnllMnt meveramant
government the cost t of the construction constructionr
r nf > thE works and a loan to the reclama reclamation redamatlon reclantatine ¬
tine fund In the treasury trM Ury of the United UnitedStates rnIWdStat UnitedVOtates
States Stat ahouldbe Mould be made each year by con conKreesional cohJtItftdonal cobgreenional
Kreesional appropriation for the full fullamount fullamount ull ullAmount
amount which the tb secretary t8ry of the th In Interior Interk intenor ¬
tenor > r may mB annually a ualJy recommend to con concress conCT conarose
cress CT n as tmr amount which should shouldmade be bemade btmade
made available for disbursement nt for con construction Cf conatruction n nstnaeUon ¬
struction d dtng ilnic DJI the et9Utag year all allsuch allKuch allsuch
such loans Ioa the rpefggfcatfen tt nfund fund to berepaid be berepaid berepaid
repaid to the t fund In InaftDual ten V annual install installment Installments installmeats ¬
meats as a provided bxTthe b national irri irrigation IrnaUon IntlgaUon ¬
gation aUon act V VV VV V V
A Oompr OompraheDsive n asive Re9flvvoirSystem Re9flvvoirSystemResolved Kesdvyoir system systemResolved SystemResolved
Resolved That it is the Ie sense ae of this thiscongress thisonllesll thiscongress
congress that the storage of waters In Inthe Inthe inthe
the extensive catchment basin of the thewestern thewElSte thewestePO
western wElSte rivsrs far pe the prevention of offlood offlood offloods
flood and for power pow and 114 Irrigation Is Isboth IIIboth isboth
both possible and practical U and Aft that the thegovernment theJovernment thegovernment
government should supplement its ta pres present prttInt present ¬
ent nt policy of levee construction by a com comprehenslve oomprehtnRive cornprehenadve
prehenslve reservoir lVoir system rlNR throughout throughoutthe
the and region not OQ only y for the purpose purposeof e eof
of conserving conllfrVr1f the wafer waf r for irrigation IrrlnU Irrigationhut n nbut j jbut
but also al o fo fog < thevpreervatlonrtof theP the prcaervatlonof lfttlorrof life Iif and andproperty audproptrty andproperty
property In the lower reaches rfh The Th wa water wat watens ¬
ter t tens thus conserved ron Ed would be of inesti inestimable Ineatlmablf Ineetimable ¬
mable value and a blessing to t9th the people peoplein eOp peopleIn
in the arid and semiarid arld district We Webelieve Webelieve Webelte
believe belte > that irrigation Irrt tfon and flood preven prevention prevnlion prevention ¬
tion are two t woo ideas I to be developed develo to together tothf1 together ¬
gether getherTbe getherTb thf1 thf1The
The Tb reservoir rf to be built It should include includenot Ineludnot includesot
not only large reervw re ervt t but ut also all allsmaller antlmalkr allsmaller
smaller reservoirs for tfwhlch which feasible lo locations locatio Incatloims ¬
cations catio exist xlst ned n throughout the th great greatplain IIreatpJaJn greatplain
plain region the Ia construction of such suchsmall 8url1SMaO suelismall
small reservoir by damming the coulees couleesand couleesfld oulf oulfand >
and fld draws should be encouraged by both bothtbe bothtbe boththe
tbe state and national governments
I Interstate Streams Streamsherea StreamsWhereas
j Whereas herea The Platt the great river riverof rItrI riverof
of Nebraska Nebra ka Is an interstate stream streamhaving
having Its It sources in the state tet of Colo Colorado Coioradoand Cob ¬
I rado radoand and Wyoming < and Klcpable capable when whenIt whenIts
It Its system is fully developed of irrigat irrigating IrrfptInl irnigatlng ¬
ing millions of acres aer of moat m t productive productiveland productheland
land and andWhereas andWbtreas
Whereas Such ueh reservoir r V 11II a as shall be beconstructed beronatructed beconstructed
constructed under the national act for the theutilization theutlltsaUon theutilization
utilization of the waters of th ftc said river riverthat riverthat > r rthat
that now run to waste must mu t be located locatedoutside lO locatedoutside atEdoutJIk1e <
outside of Nebraska ta IQ the aforesaid aforesaidstates afor afortat aforesaidstates
states tat of Wyoming omlng and Colorado where wherethe whprethe
the headwaters of this Lh great river take taketheir taketheir
their rise riseBe 4B
Be B it therefore resolved That the na national nliUonal n ¬ V Vtional
tional government should take speedy speedystep speedystepa speedysteps
step to tolq locate kp ate survey and construct constructsuch coJstMlcteuch
such reservoir and to provide < for tbe tbeequitable tbeequitable
equitable distribution of such waters be between between between ¬
tween said several veral atat atatWhereas Matn MatnWhereas ta taWheTfaa
Whereas La Large area area In the state of ofKacas ofKu ofKcaa
Kacas Ku and Nebraska N and elsewhere where in inthe tnthe inthe
the great plains plat region are arid and tree treeleas fleelees
leas 1 but have an apparently inexhausti inexhaustible ¬
ble underground source urce of water supply supplyin
in what I known as the underflow underflowResolved underfiowResolved
Resolved That in those sections of the thecountry thefOuntry thecountry
I country such action should ahouWbe be taken by bythe bythe bythe
the national government as a may b > nec necessary necfMary necessary ¬
essary for the th immediate and full devel development development ¬
lopmfnt opment of such underground und rarroUDd water re reI r r1IfrtfS nosources
I 1IfrtfS sources and their the utilization for irrlga irrigaticn irrlgatin irrlgatkn
tin ticnResolved tinRpsoI
Resolved RpsoI CI < further tart That In the states statesand stat statmti statesnod
and regions above mentioned tlftned forest t eta station etations ta tatlOJUII ¬
tion tions should be established estsblIs bUeII ed d and treeless treelessareas ueletltlareas
areas reforested wherever public lacis 1a 1ahave lahave
have b b been en or can be practicably reserved reservedfor re reservedfor ervedfor
for such purpose purposeIrrigation purposeIrrigation I IIrrlpUon
Irrigation of Indian Lands JQandsWhereas LandsWhereaa LandsWhereas
Whereas There are many thousands of ofacre ofacres ofacres
acres upon the Indian reservation in the thearid thearId theamid
arid west which hleb have not been reclaimed reclaimedand reclaimedand reclaimedand
and fcr cm which whlehno no approftriation aP of water waterhas i ihas
has been made or asked ked for and water watercan WAtftcan watercan I
can only be secured tor these lands by byactual byactuaJ byactual
actual use and application a of the water
for beneficial purposes purposesWhereas p purpessiWhereas
Whereas WhE > r as The sufply of water is rapid ¬
ly I being exhausted and the Indian lands landsnow laneJanow landsnow
now valuable to the Indians Indta IJ and to the thenation tbenation thenation
nation will become worthless wortht If allowed allowedto
to remain in their unreclaimed condition conditionwhile conditionwhUe condttlonwhile
while the waters are being appropriated
by the people who are able bIe to act for
themselves thfOmA lv and andWhereas andWhereas endWhereas
Whereas Much of the Indian land i III IIIO islocated
located O ated near the th source of the large rivers riversand riversand
and must necessarily npct1 < 3arU be irrigated In1J tec from fromthe fromthe I
the natural flow of the th streams and be before befON before ¬
fore > the water Is I all appropriated by bymore h hmore bymore
more active a < people tower down the thestream theteam thestream
stream he it itResolved itR4IIOlved itResolved
Resolved That th tho National Irrigation Irrigationronjrre Irri Irnigattarnonarem tinn tinnO
ronjrre O onarem rtcommends r that the secretary secretaryof tlerretarvot
of the Interior take immediate steps to tosecure to to1Ifur tosecure
secure to the th Indians their allotment of
land on such reservations rls ratinns In tho th arid aridregion aridteginie
region and an that their surplus land be bepurchased bePu bepurchased I
purchased Pu hallfd at fair prices and then thrown thrownopen thownoppn thrownfor
open for settlement under the homestead homesteadact Iaomtfa1at
act so that they t may ma b I reclaimed aIRlfd and andniade andnladE
niade a productive part of our country countryAdvertising coun counAdvertising countrAdvertising
Advertising Irrigates 4 f redacts Fnulucts Fnuluctshr ProductsVbercas redactsWhcnas
Whcnas hr as The magnificent exhibits of
rRrlcniiura ri < 1111 I ra products the direct results rewiHsof rCf1I1tsor
of irrigation seen at the Ogden lair lairdmmsrate
demonstrate the practical results of Irri Irrigation IrrIgation ¬
gation and andWhereas andWhereu andWhereas
Whereas The direct benefits of all n such suchexhibits uehxhlbttll suckxhhjt
exhibits xhhjt to the cause > of irrigation na ¬
tionally considered is manifest b It
Resolved That this eleventh Ka MtItlV OSial al alJrrtgatlon
Irrigation congress urges ur ts upou POD It JtII aaaM aaaMj mesq
j I hers and the > residents of the feartaUB feartaUBpfate ftt1Q
I states now enjoying enjoy1 l the practical prat 1 b bjnr ne
fit fits of irrigation and the necessity of a aprgper
proper repreiientaion no resentalon of all the th various variousproducts variousproducts anoUllproduct
products of irrigated soil in their thei various variousI variousstate
I state tat exhibit at the Louisiana Low lltna Purchase Purchaseapusition
exposition f to be held in St Louie In Ina n M04 I5 I5atisi
and a nrl be b it further furtherResolved furt furtherResolved hfr
Resolved That Tha t all producers of said ir irrigated Irrllit irrigated ¬
rigated rllit ited products should see sect to it that the theword th thord theord
word ord Irrigated Is prominently promlntntbUIfed used ta taconnection tapon I Iconnection
connection pon fUon with all advertising advprU lng matter t re regarding Ifo nogardlng ¬
garding rdlnlf aid product and in theYtencu theYtencuor th tenHfll htefltiEator tenHfllor
or other marking of boxes crates crat etc wtccontaining t tOntalnlng etccontaining
containing said id product inV in V transit MO MOthat 110that sothat
that the th credit for the excellence of the theproduct theproduts 1
product hall br b o placed pl wtttre wtL f It belongs belongsSugar btJto1lrlliSugar belongsSugar
Sugar Beet Industry IndustryWhereas rndu rnduWhpno V
Whereas Whpno The culture of sugar 1 beets t i ialready I Ialrad isalready
already alrad one of the most Important Importa indus industries inustrio u ¬
tries of the arid west and andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas herea Our home market J 8fket now NO Vequires re requires NOqulrp ¬
quires the annual importation ua of ofone over overone everone
one hundred million dollars della worth orth of till tillcommodity this thiscommodity
commodity commodlt the < most 00t natural product productthat productthat
that can be produced under irrigation irrigationand IrrlpUonand irrigationand
and shipped in h great quantities to our
larre centers of eastern population and andWhereas nd ndS d dWhfl
Whereas Whfl < r Under the national nal irrigation S
act the culture > of beets be willafford will sfferd our ourgreatest OUtgH ourgreatest
greatest gH test quick money crop anil an
Whereas Whfr It is being beI urged that thatthe thattheUnited the thernltEd
United State comer co eonreas sUsauhtte the thefUgar thesugar
sugar industry of the Philippine I inlands
by reducing rdftln our tax upfea Philippine Philippinesncar P1II ine I
susan 1 b by > increasing lnc the present Itndt limited itmtted2O d
Zj00 oo acres which individual corporatione corporationemay 1 1ma >
may ma now bold to 85000 acres and bjr tilt
Introduction of contract c oooue Chinese I
labor therefore be it itResolved ItRetJolvfld V VResolved
Resolved That we hereby V protest protestagainst PlMftllt8lfalnet prOtestagainst
against the enactment sX adV a r1edalatlon r1edalatlonwhlCh legislation legislationwhich legislationwhich
which will tend to arrest tbe t e full devel develby develoPI development
oPI opment fnt of thE American sugal u Inch IIIUstrI try
by extendlmr further concessionsto cen conoesetons to to tb tbemployer the t1aeemployers theemployers
employers of cheap ht > ap Asiatic Jabortbat Jabortbatf labor that thatwe thatwe
we f are unalterably opposed op nMd to the Intro ¬
duction of contract coolie labor la wherever
the American Am rIoan flag < floats and aocltb that < t fegls leC >
lattve a ainterest agitation or attack 01 or Ute ss
interest interetlltllfnC of this country countryshould should oaefC oeesci tB tBvelop t <
th the end nd that this great Induwtry indentrymay > may c1t c1tttop dS dSvelop
velop in common mon with all our other great
Statehood StatehoodResolved StatehoodReslv StatehoodResolved
Resolved Reslv That t this thu conres favors he h
Immediate admission to statehoodof tat hood of New
Mexico Arizona and Oklahoma Okla not only onlyas onl1ras oiilsas
as giving < their uroper right to American an
brethren in those territories but a at
bringing increased efficiency to the prog progrea ¬
rem of irrigation in the southwest lIOuth southtLoulsana t tLouisana
Louisana Purchase B11JQsiti n
Whereas The universal exposition to ti tibe f
be held in St Louis
Mo in 1904 will V Vbring
bring to the attention of the people of the theworld thtworld
world a full and comprehensive display displayof dlapiaof I
of the method appliances and result rosultiof u1t8 a aof
of irrigation and forestry and said expe exposition expeeltion ¬
sition ha hall secured tbe be participation partl lpatton of ail ailthe allth al althe
the th state and territories and of the t great j
foreign countries Iuntrl in which forestry lo ry grealI and andirrigation andprobltm an anirrigation I j
irrigation problem have longbeen loqg wteely wteelymanaged wiael3managed
managed managedResolved managedResolved
Resolved That we expreD our gratifi gratification grLtlfiVcatIon UO ¬
cation with the progress pro already made by b3
the Louisiana Purchase exposition cXp and andoffer andoffer an anoffer
offer our congratulation upon pontti V VV V the as assured 8cured ¬
sured tlUC success of Its great enterprise enterpriseResolved enterprfSfRfI8OlvECl V VResolved
Resolved That we pledge pJedIJecur our continued continuedsupport c cotatinneasupport
support luJ rt to the exposition ex ltion and that by b our ourthis ourpre ouipresence
pre presence enc we will add dd to th the trtuQaiJh triumphs of ofthis o othis
this epoch making history and nd living 1IV1 Iiviflgplc Iiviflgplctare pl plture pic picture ¬
ture of the theV theIndustrial V Industrial development ent of ofmankind ofmankind o omankind
mankind mankindLewis mankindLewis mankindLewis
Lewis and Clark Exposition ExpositionWhereas ExpositIonVeas ExpositionWhereas
Whereas An international exposition expositionwill e expolUoiwill oJOntlonwiU >
will be heldtn held in th the city of Portland < Ore Orefrom Orefrom Orefrom
from May 1 to Nov No 1 1905 1iO in commem commemof commemoratJo commernoration
oration of the onehundredth a1Ultve gnntverar gnntverarof ry I Io
of o the exploration of the Oregon country countryJefferson counts countsb
by b an expedition sent out by P Preelden PreeldenJerferson dent dentJeffenon
Jefferson and commanded by Captain Capt Jns JnsLewlll j jthe
Lewlll and Clark will show to V the V world worldthflo wonithe
the vast resources of the th > semiarid re region reglon ¬
gion lying west of the ninetyninth me meridian filenidian If IfMdlan ¬
ridian and practically demonstrate demon tratl the thepossibilities th thpossibilities
possibilities in tn the line of reclaimingour reclaimingoursocalled rPchald ngour ngourIJOcalled thr r 1
socalled arid lands by government and andprivate ate ateprivate 1
private Irrigation projects projECtsR4IsnJed projectsResolved I IResolved I
Resolved That this the eleventh eleve h h an annual n nnual ¬
nual meeting of the Nation Natfom Irriftatfon Irriftatfoncongress Irr irrigatfbiV fgatfon 11
congress O greu gives its unqualified endorse endorsement ndorSJDfnt V ¬
mont to said Lewis I wf and Clark centennial centennialexposition centennbiexposition ntlnn BI BItxposltfon Vt I
exposition and makes the fqRowing roe recommendation JEommtndatlon roeommendatlon < ¬
ommendation to the congress of the Unit United United roeV V t I
ed States StatesFirst StatesFirstThat StatesFirstThat
First FirstThat That an appropriation of not less lee S j 1 1than
than 1000000 be made in aid of said 118 id ex exposition esposition ¬
position positionSecond positioncondTtlt V
Second condTtlt That a further appropriation appropriationof 0 j
of 50 250000 be made for the t e purpose u of ofereetlnir o oreOtin
ereetlnir reOtin In ar a Lewi Le Levis a an4 IH OarK memorial l
building bu dln at Portland Po 1a in addltloiti a ft to the th
190000 set aside by the legislature 1 lJlatu of o f
Oregon and the Lewis Clark Cf Clarktioti rk corpora corporation ¬
tion to such purpose purposeThirdThat purposeThird OllE OllEThlrclThat
Third ThlrclThat That a further appropriation pf of of1Qooo ofiiema
iiema 10000 be made by congress ro < rf1Nl to l be e expend expemled
ed by the next I xt oldest t Indian training trainingschool traJnlngAChool trainingschool
school in the th United 1 nitc1 States Sta le Cltenawa lCheseawaMarion CJHII v
Marion county Oregon O Q for the purpose purposeof
of making a complete eompl c exhibit ex lWt VV pf Its Itsworks Itaworka Itsworks
works at saM exnesttfon exp V VV < V
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after fter using u lDb several remedies that tbattalled tbattalledte failed failedt failedto I
t te give relief used Ballards Snow Lini VLlnlmont Liniment Llnlment ¬
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sprains 25c SOc VV 1fI l6ftFor IOQ For sale at at7h atz t tK
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of Bait Lake tw tcrack crack i ltl ms now aowcompeting to tocompetln nowcompeting
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tained t by proved lasting benefits Have Haveyou Hav Haveell I I
you y ell ever considered why Beecbams Pills Pillsare PiUsare Pillsre
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men women and children Year in inand inand
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remedies so persistently and plausibly of offered offered ofeted ¬
fered f but remember rem8mbertbat that Beecharas Pills Pillswill Pillswm Pillswill
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I Notice of Special City Tax TaxO TaxTO
tce t Oe in I hereby given that a special tax taxor
t fw for f fI or the uurp Ur uurps e ot constructing a side sidewalk BidewaUt aidealk ¬
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cil c li dated rout lJ 14 ian 1H03S Jiro8aid iananid
cr S 8aid id tax is i levied iiuon the following foUowiasreal followl followlnsl followingeal
real r property proJ1t > rt in Salt iake ake City eit towit towitAH towitU towItAll
AH U of lot Jots 1 and S biovk lJ k C and all of oflot oflob ofots
lot lob l 1 i it > 7 and S bl bltXk < vk plat A Sale SaleLake Saltke lt ltake
Lake t ake ke City survey tod to a depth ot ottwentvflve oteltflve otwentyfive
twentvflve t feet t hack > ack ck from said street streetis IJtr streete t tif
is b e payable in three cxiu cpub il I installments installmentsih
I aIf a nd bf ollle8 dclhIQufnt as folIo follows SaId SaIdlint 511irst
lint f inst instliment Jlmfnt on Dec 1 san laid laidI saidecond
I fIIOftlf s installment on March O and andI andhc
ih i hc said third installment on Sfpt ept pt 14 14I UEatls
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Kach MKach of said installment In tal1mEnts excepx t x e V VPeh the tbefirst tbrI theirst
I first f stall draw interest at time rat rate of ofI ofper
I 7 per cent per annum from the date dat datethe c cthe > t tthe
the 7o levy as aforesaid and if any or eitheV eitheVof plthftof
of o f saM installmenta shall be unpaid when whenthev wbe wbethf wheahey
thev thf t hey become delinquent < interest thereon thereonshall th therOonhall n nehall
shall s be at V the rate rat of 1ft per cent per perannum perannum peTnnum
annum a until auch delinquent d installments installmentsare la taJlments taJlmentsa
are a fullv paid naldAll paidAlt d dAU
All soecial taxes are payable at my m of office ofnee offlee ¬
nee room roo MS city ballSalt hall Salt Lake City CityR CItyR CityV
City Treasurer and Special Tax Collector CollectorBait CollectvrSalt CollectorSalt
Salt Lake City Sept 17 1903 1903Sidewalk It IttHdewaflc
I Sidewalk Extension No 44 44NOTICE 44I 44NOTICE
NOTICE NOTICECertificate NOTICECerttf4eatee OTICECertlftatetll
I V Certificate NOB OI5 SMB 15O 3910 3fJ 4031 of ofthe oftht ofhe
the t he Carisa riaa Copper A Gold Mining llnin < com company cornpany om ompany ¬
pany have been n stolen and will III not be bej betransferred
i transferred in the books of the company companyWe com companyortht pan pant panfor
for ortht orthtV orthtbenefit tbt V
6 benefit n fit of ofi V VV VPatrons V
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V Nouors for medicinal use u tv tvbave wI We Wehave
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of o goods oods and our customers will willget WIUlet willget
I get rood values valu for their money moneyGuggenhelmer mone moneGuggenhelmer moneyGuggenbetrner
Guggenhelmer Whisky Cognac CognacBrandy CoS CoSj CognacBrandy
j Brandy and all high ClaM wins winscan I1J winescan
J can be bought here hereOur lHlreur hornCur
V Our ur stock of high grade cigar cigarfor cIprai
i Is unexcelled and suItable for au aurmokers aUrD1okers nilemokera
V rmokers rmokersL rD1okersI rD1okersC emokeraA
L A CSmithJhe C Smith TIte Druggist
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+ tingwell finished heavy weight for fall and winter winterflesh winterflesh i
fe flesh and nd blue colors all sizes perfectly new stock stockand stockV + I Iandthe
+ 4 V and andthe the best kind of 150 garments Saturday night t
J 730 to t 930 suit two pieces pieces125 pieces125Plain 125 125f +
+ f V Plain weave fleeced cotton shirts and drawers drawersclosely drawersclosely 1 1closely
closely woven nicely finished tan and gray colors in inf inall inall +
4 f all sizes and an exceptional value valrue at 150 Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
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fill up advertising advertismgapace space with withwortbl worthless itemsbecause items ltsznzjbecause becuae advertising advertisingspace adftrtiainCspace advertisingspace
space is costly co and ncfit it t is poor poorbWl business a to ever ureroffer joffer 4er anything aD exorafe exorafeSTRONG e eSTRONG exo exoSTRONG
I SATURDAY S4 RlJ4Jf NIGHT IGl r from 7 to 9 ocfoefe IIi
Inour InourBoys
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I Va a as a promised promi < > d every r day of this thi week w ek testified rhat it will continue
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V V His Joy It knows no bounds boundsVV7AVtOfl V
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yourself oUlself for an extra extraminute extraminute
minute when your train trainvanishes trainvanIshes
vanishes from one end of ofthe ofthe VS VSthe
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Stockholders S Stockhe1d L1ers L1ersNOTICE XeAix XeAixNOTICE ng
the annual meetios of the stockholders
I of the Wabash
J company a oo ooportion cor corporation
I portion of Utah for the election el tfon of di directors dlrectors ¬
rectors and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before It
will be held at the
office of said com r jib ¬
pany pan rooms 30i l5 S Auerbach bulldin building V In > n
Bast Temple street isouth Salt 1a Tae a8 e
City < It Utah on Monday KfJDda Sept 21 1903 t
3 oclock p m The books for the transr transrof trtn3 Ir Irof r rof
of stock will closeon clo on sept 15 i 19h b aa aaremain a alaremain 1 1remain
remain closed until after ft r the meetrir meet g
W MONT PERRY Secretarjitf SecretarjitfDated Secretr SecretrDated V VLocation
Dated Aug 20 IMS I1O I1OLocation
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