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bebate Over the Appropriation For Tori Forthe
HALE HALEWashington HAL E EWashington
Washington Feb 21 27on When the sen senble
bte resumed reumed legislative legislatve session sesion today todayMr
Evlr Proctor presented present < d the conference couferenceteport
report teport on the army appropriation appropriaton bill bi billand
and Ind it was agreed to without debate debateThis debatethls
This thls bill bi carried the provision relatjngr relatjngrto rolatng
to to the pay of retired rotred army armyofcers armyofflcerz > oHlcers af aftecHng
tecting the pay pn of General Generl Miles nles which whichlias whichl1as whichhas
has heretofore been beEn a subject of con contloverS
ti tloverS tloverSThe oversy overs
The naval appropriation appropraton bill bi was then thenlaid thenJaid then2aId
laid before the senate senateAir senateMr senateMr
Mr Morgan Morg discussing discussin the proposed propod propodnrease
increase nrease of the appropriation appropriaton for the themarine the1larlne
marine 1larlne corps declared Chore Qere could be beji beJI be3I
ji > excuse for such an increase In the theInterests thejnlrests theInterests
Interests of peace peaceAnswering
Answering Mr 1r Hales remarks remark made madeon madeun madeon
on Saturday Mr Gorman said sid this ad administration administrton adiinistratIon ¬
ministration ministrton was going beyond the thepolicy thepllky thepiicy
policy established etblshed by England more morethan morethln morethin
than a century ago and that at this thlRtime
time such expenditures expendiures were extra extraagant
agant and unnecessary unnecsBry He referred refered referedto
to the history hlstor of the English Englsh navy when whenit wher
it i was used to t collect colect duties dutes from the theAmerican theAmrlCan
American AmrlCan colonies and compared it itHh
uith Hh the position positon of this country countI in inanto
anto Domingo today toda I suppose suppoself supposelfthiR if If Ifthis
this is to continue contnue he said sid that we wevv weil
< vv ill il soon on have our marines in ail al of the theVPikcr theH
VPikcr H v > lker L South American republics republicsNo republcs republcsNo
No Money For Improvements ImprovementsrThe ImprovementsThe
The adoption adopton of this policy polcy he said saidVas sld sldWas
Was no doubt responsible for the In Increase InrfSt ¬
crease rfSt in the bill bi and that public publc Im Improvements ImIroement ¬
provements Iroement have been paralyzed parlyzed by
the t1 < big appropriations for the army armyund armyand
and navy Public Publc buildings buidings and river riveruntj riverIlll
untj Illl harbor habor improvements had been ut utterly uttfrly ¬
terly tfrly sacrificed b crlfced He gave gve the total ap appropriations appropriatons ¬
propriations propriatons for the navy nav during the theur
four < > ur years ers of the civil civi war wir at 1t 314000 314000OfiO 31000 31000BO
OfiO BO and the appropriations appropriatons for the theravy theJtayy
ravy In 1891 189 to to1004 1004 Inclusive at 313 313Kn1 13
000 OffiODO Kn1 000 000The
The time tme is close at hand hp h said saidh1 saidwhe
whe hen h1 the people will wi not tolerate these theseconditions theseconditons
conditions conditons at the cost of ot trade interests interestsof interest interestof
of the country countryWill countr
Will W1i Soon Be Obsolete ObsoleteMr Obsolee Obsoleerr
Mr rr Gorman predicted that the big bi
16000ton 600ton battleships batteships in ten years ears would I
I b as obsolete JS as the Texas Texa Refer Referring Referring ¬
ring Ing to the request for an al ai increase to tocomplete tocomplpte
complete the proposed scout s ut ships in inorder Inorder I
order to make them as fast as those of ofnny oJ oJtiny
nny government gvernment in the world Mr lr Gor Gorinan Gor1an I
man 1an said that Uthe the secretary secretar of the thejiivy theJY th
jiivy JY who may know more about run runaiing rn rn11ng
aiing a railroad than he
11ng a rlroad does a navy
3t 1 Is applied appled correct corret business principles
The flu hp ships would
have been of no use useo us i
to o him If It he had not come to congress I
for this increase increaseThe increae increaseThe conges
The amendment providing that the the11nlt thcuit
Iuiit uit of cost exclusive of armor and andrrmament an i
rrmament of each of the colliers colers and andpout andout anc anct
pout t out cruisers
shall be l450OiH
148000 was wasagreed wasngreed wa I Iugreed
agreed to toCarmacks toCarmacks toCarmacks
Carmacks Amendment AmendmentMr
Mr tr Carmack Car3ck submitted submited an amend amcndpnt
Inent pnt to reduce reduc the number of battle battleFiiips
batte batteFhlps
Fiiips to beprovided be provided by b the bill bi from fom i
two t 0 to one and Mr Blackburn sup ¬
r ported portEd the amendment He said s ld this thisA thilis
A MS is S th the first frst time tme he had ever opposed I
thp t tLf hf most most1iberal liberal lberal increase increae of the navy navrHlt
Ibut Hlt ut if i the th ships provided for In the bill billnr bi 1
nr f < built it would be necessary neccssaI to In Inc InJase inC
c case the navy na to 80000 800 men in order L
t man the te vessels vesselsMr vesselsMr essels esselsr
Mr r Blackburn Blakbur said ld th jbatU battleships hips hipsghUng
t gluing qualities qualtes have hle not been es
liblished tlblshed Japanese apan se destruction d stru ton of the theusalan thi S
Russian usalan navy na had not been accom accomplished accomJ ¬
plished J hed with wih battleships batteshlps Japan had hacrut
lUl rut four Russia had fourteen and andwhere an
where here are they now nowEvery nowfr
Every fr time tme we build buid a new battle battlephip batte batterhlp battlezhip
phip rhlp we have > a new spasm p sm of terror terrornnd terrorJld r
nnd Jld every eve1 time tme we 0 liave hae havehespasm thespasm we w e
Luild luid the new ship said Sid Mr r Car Carmack Cart118ek Caratk
mack atk in beginning begnning a speech in depre deprecation deprec ¬
cation c C Davy Uon of a too great increase Increas of the theDavy thetlavy tb e
Strenuous President PresidentWe
We have just elected to the te office officet ofce e ebr
t br r chief < executive he said Bald the most mostmilitant mostlltant mos mospiilitant
militant lltant and strenuous gentleman genteman who whorv wli
rv cvlr tr planted his arm or heel upon our ourFijl ourlil ou r
Fijl lil He has Inculcated the love of ofaT ofar c f far
ar for its Is own sake he teaches the theftrlne th e
dottrine ftrlne that peace pee is destructive destructve o onil of ofnl c f fnU
nil nl virtues he is Infected Inect with wih an in int Inurable I
t urable propensity propensiy to interfere with wih wihhp wit
L3hp hp affairs aralrs of otother other nations natons especially especiallyJT i
JT ith lh those of the republics republcs to the theBUlth thesuth th Le Lesuith
BUlth Of US USHe usHf uslie
He Hf asserted from those th < se circum circumFTinces clrcumfanfPS I
FTinces fanfPS other nations natons have a right rightitlude to tocoinhide tot1Jdude 0
coinhide itlude that we are arming for ag aggression agSrf5Qlon a azzzlon ¬
gression Srf5Qlon rather than for defense defenseSince defenseIncp defenseInee
Since Incp he ie e went on the president presidentthrew presld presiderUirw nt ntt
threw t ItfW the arbitration arbitraton treaties treates into the thefire thefir Ui e eftr
fire fir because be ause the senate would not sur surr surtnder suiI
r tnder I iider its is treaty treat prerogatives preOgtves we weLave weLaxe e eLave
Lave a right to t conclude that he Is in intmt Intllt I It
tmt t ht on increasing inceaing his own powers powersanther s sather
anther lthpr than maintaining the peace of ofthe ofthp f ftlu
the world worldMr worldr worldMr
Mr r Carmack moved moe to strike out outone outonp ot it itonp
onp of the battleships batteships and Mr r Hate Hateexplained Ha HaIxplne le lexplalned
explained Ixplne that the two ships was a aconservative aII atiservatIve
conservative II rvatve increase increaennd and less than thanthe thant1H tim a athe
the demands demandsot of the general sonerl board boardKales bonrdHales boardHales
Hales Prediction PredictionMr Predictiol
Mr Ir Hale repeated repeate a n prediction pldfctonmade pldfctonmadey made mat ie
fry y himself last year that tf I the naval navalIxmrds navalhoa nav al allotrds
Ixmrds hoa rds were to be followed folowe the ex expenditure exJfndlure e c crnditure ¬
penditure Jfndlure on n account ac unt of the navy navyoulcl navy navyuld na naiulcl
oulcl uld be not IVs 1 than thIOOOOOOO 1200000000 1200000000hloh 20000000vlikh
vlikh hloh hlh he said sid the people would not notptand notJtand m at attind
ptand ptandMr Jtand JtandIr tind tindMr
Mr Ir Hale said I want a strong strongTiivy strongavy stror ig igravy
Tiivy avy for one simple reason reRn because becaus I
believe Iwleve it is the guarantee guarntee of peace pece In Inthis Inthis a athis
this age you ou cannot cnnot defend the coun country country coui II ¬
try with wih bluster blust r andyou lnd you cannot cnnotgo cannotgo go on onthe onth C Cthe IIa a
the th theory theor that no one will wil attack atak us usbecause usaus 1 s sLause
because aus we are rich and strong stong stongContnuing strongontinuing
Continuing Contnuing he said sId that the autocra autocracies autocrafS a arips ¬
rips fS of Europe did not like lke us that they theysvere the thepre tb sy syvcere
svere pre all al land hungry ungy and ad would not re refrain re retrain r e eraln ¬
train raln from f from om landing lading troops trops in South Southmericnn Son th thnierican
American mericnn nierican countries copntrle but for or the near nearrieps Rer RerfieFS sos 1 1peas
fieFS of American Amere fleets fleetsLodge teel fleetsLodge
Lodge For the Defense DefenseMr DefenseMr
Mr lr Lodge said he was WIS not so cpn cpnffrned co 11 11rned
cR cRrfInc
ffrned rfInc rned about abut the Philippinesas PhJppines as about aboutthe aboutthp abo t tthe
the peace of our own country ount and re replying reJylng r r4ying ¬
plying Jylng to Mr Carmack Crmak said sid he was wascertain UaE ii iiTtaifl
certain taln he did not differ difer from the pres president prc prc prcIdent ¬
ident I fnt of the Fhjlllpine PlIUpine question que ton and he helidded heldded heitdded
lidded liddedI ldded lddedI
I am certain cerain I dont differ difer a j jhalrs
Jiairs ialrs breadth from st stialrs
him on the ques question queI que quelion ¬
lion lon of maintaining mintaining peace pa < c in the United Unied Uniedftates Unit ed
He also al
Ftates enlarged the
ftates enlarge on ques question quc a aton ¬
ton of extending our Oriental trade trde and andpreventing a nd ndpreventing
preventing prpyentng the partition partton of China ChinaTurning ChinaTmlng ChinaTurning
Turning Tmlng his bi attention atenton to one of Mr 2 Ir I
Bales utterances uternc he said saidWorld saidtJ
tJ 1 k kWorld
World Wags WellAFTER Well WellAFTER l
Theres a reason
I Iuse
Something has been beensaid said about the theuse thee
use us e of the th navy to o bully b lsmal small powers powersIf pwer
If I Ifit a a small smal power pwer does wrong wrng because becauseit beause beausei
it i is small smal it i is no more to be excused excusedthan ecused ecusedtha excusedan
I than tha th thbe an a big country cOuntr which hich does do wrong wrng wrongcause
because beause be cause it is big bigMr bIgMr bigsfr
Mr i Lodge Ldg defended the th policy polcy of the theUnied theited
United Unied Un Unat ited States in Santo anto Domingo Donigo The Theattitude Theatiude Thetitude
attitude atiude at titude of the United nied States tates in Santo SantoDomingo
Domingo Do DoUn mingo was due to the fact that the theUnied theited
United Unied Un ited States was wa Invited Invied to do what it itd
had ha haSa d done there and nd to the fdfct f tt that thatSanto thatSanto thatnto
Santo Sa SadO nto Domingo oming and ad Haiti Hait were wee at our ourdoors ourors
doors dO ors We Te have he said sid condemned condemnedthe condened condenedthe
the th thby e island to the condition conditon it is now in inshutting
by b byas shutting shuttng other nations oufand must mustassume mustassume mustsume
assume as sume the responsibility responslblty Mr Lodge Lodgesaid Ldge Ldgesad
said sad sa id emphatically emphaUcUy that he dId id not desire desireany desirean
any an anw y more annexations annexatons to the south southward southyard southard ¬
ward wardM w ard ardM1
M M1 r Perkins defended defende the battleship battleshipas batteship batteshipas
a as the unit uni of power in the te navy and andurged ad adurged
t urged ur urth ged congress to follow folow the advice of ofthe otthe
t the th e naval experts in dealingwith dealngwi dealing with h the thenavy
r navy navyMr na vy
na1r Mr 1r Teller Teler said if the United Unie States Stateswas Stateswas I
was w as to become a a collector colector we would wouldneed wouldneed
need ne ed a a navy twice tViC6 tis s large as that we wenow wenow
r now no w have haveMr haveMr
Mr Carmacks Caracks motion moton to cut out one oneof oneof
c of the proposed prposed battleships batleships was voted voteddown voteddown
j down do wn 22 to 38 38SEEKS 38SEEKS
j P S Free Fee Wants Conveyance of Land LandDeclared LandDeclared
Declared Null Nul and andVoid
Void VoidPreston
Preston S Free Vrfe has begun an action ift IEIe
t the th e district distrIc court against alnMt Ira J Itajiip
t ton to tolo lHIP
n and Henry Quayle to quiet title to
t forty lo rty Houare are rode of rround In tenacre tte
pint plit p1 st A big bl field rJ survey He says sn ° l s in his
bill bi bi ll of complaint thut Set 10 1902 he
and anl an d Krampton Fmmptul entered into a contract l0 by
t which w hich he sold to 0 Frampton th the property
I in inin dispute for 53W 300 > the money to be paid
in installment InstRlment the lust payment to be
made mad m ade not Inter than Dec 15 1003 Frump Irmp
ton to n paid 225 leaving leving a balance of 75 6
owing owlns ow ing
In 11 I Ian n response reonBe to Framotons solicitation
and an d promises he did not begin b ln slciaton action to
recover reoer re repr cover the property May 8 under acton the
pretense pr etense that he wanted it i to show to a awhich aan
man m an who would lon loan him the money with withwhIch
which W hich to pay pa the 75 5 due Frampton In inced
dueed du ced the plaintiff plaintCf to give Fampton the deed into
his hi hith s possession Frampton Frmpton took the deed
the th e following Colowlng day to the office offce of the thecounty
county co unty recorder and Rntl there had it recorded
In his Framptors name He then made madea I
a deed of the pccperty DIt erl to Henry Quayle Quayleas
as security for a lon or pretended loan
The he plaintiff I lntff asks aks that pretende the recording 1
of the deed by Frampton Famptn be declared delared null nul
and a nd void and that Frmptons Fraimptons deed to t I
Quayle Q uayle be set aside and nad made of no no of ofet
feet fet fe et or avail avai and that an unclouded title
to the property propertybe be given plaintiff plalntfC plalntfCMRS I
With Wit W ith It I Is Petton Petition of I H W WIw WIwrence Law Lawxence
rence For Letters Testa Testamentary Test ¬
mentary mentaryThe mentr 1
The will wI of Mary M L KimbaHwho Kimbal KimbnlI who died diet1 diet1In I
in Salt Lake Feb 11 was flied for pro ¬
1 flt >
bate b btr ate in the office of the clerk of the dis ¬ i
trict tr ict court yesterday etcrda1
It I was accompanied by b a petition by
Henry H enry W V Lawrence Lawrence asking that petton letters leters 3
tev testamentary testmentRr te be Issued Isued to him as pro provided provided ¬
vided v idod in the will Mrs Kimball
wHI Mr Kimbal left Jef per personal pprsonal ¬
sonal sonal s property valued at 800 and real realestate realetate tea I
estate etate e of the value of J5600 6 There are areeight areeight
eight e heirs heIr The petition vetton will wi Tlert lbe be heard beany anI I
by b y Judge Armstrong on March 11 11WIFE ii
Mrs M rs Christcna Morgan Wants 1O 1OOOO
000 Damages For Slander SlanderChristena SlanderChristena SlanderChristena
Christena Christena Morgan Morgan is suing suln her former r rusband
husband ha h usband John ilonran Morn for 10000 100 dam damages damages damges ¬
ages a ges In the district court court They he1 were weremarried weremarried wenarried
married m mp in Salt Lake iji 1S55 lS when the thoplaintiff theplaintff th
plaintiff plaintff p was 16 years ers of age and have hay hayad
had h ad oirht children chidren all al of whom except excepwo
two t wo are living lving The youngest Is l 23 2 years yearsold year year
old o ld
oldThe II IIold
oldTe The Te plaintiff Dlalntt says that they lived to together together toether ¬
gether g ether as husband and wife until 1SOO 1SOOand 18 iS
and a nd that at an ecclesiastical ecclesastcal trial in Milt MiltCreek Mu L
Creek C reek ward Dec 14 1 1904 19 the defendant defendantmade defendanfmade defendani MII f
made m ade statements reflecting reCectng on her virtueSENT YirtuSENT virtue i
Dad D d Lewis Condition Condit on Necessitates Necessitatesa N ssitat s I
a Change ChangeFrank ChangeFrank
Frank Lewis generally generaJ known as as Dad
Lewis L ewis who who was examined Jan 11 1 in Dade the theas th e
district d court beore before Tude ude Armstrong Armstrongas Armstrond thg g
as a at s to his sanity snly was yesterday ordered orderedtaken orderedtken d
taken tken t to the State Mental Ienta hospital at s srovo Lt
Provo ProvoIt ProvoI P rovo
It I was hoped by Judge Jud e Armstrong m8trong that th it
Lewis Llwis L ewis condition condlfon would ould snow improve improvement Improvement improvcment i ¬
ment under und r treatment by County Phy Physician Ph Phslelan ¬
sician s Whitney hlne and so his case was con continued contnued I ¬
td tinued tnued t Indefinitely Indefnltel During Durn Dutingthe the pastfew pastfewdays pst past few fewdays fe 0
days d ays he has been ben growing gwing worse wor e and an he hewas hewas Ii Iiii 0
was ordered ordere taken from the county count Jail Jailto ji ja jao ii
to t o Provo Povo
Court Notes NotesHattle NotesHatte
Hattie Hatte Belle Belo Garrett has filed ed H petition petton i
in i n tha office offce of the deck cleI of th the district districtcourt district distri distriourt
court c asklnar asklnf that the th marriace marrlase into intowhich Int ml mlwhich
which she entered with wih Bruce Garrett Garet at atMankato atlankato
Mankato Minn lnn July ub C 18S6 186 be an annulled annuled 1 ¬
nulled nuled Sh She asserts that the defendant defendantwho defendantwho att t
who is a veterinary veterinar surgeon has ha failed failedto alit Si
to t o provide her with wlth thenecessaries the necessries of oflte
life lte l since July Jui 10 1904 1904The 19 1i4The
The Te damage damase suit of Carl A Ouasca Ouascaagainst Ouaschagalnst h
against agalnst Salt Sal Lake Lke City CIt and the Consol I ¬
dated Railway Raiway Power POer company comany in inwhich inwhich I inwhich 1
which 25000 O damages damlles is claimed clamed for the U w woss
loss l oss of an arm is on trial tria before Judge Judi no
Lewis and a Jury JuryCarl jur jurCarl juryCarl
Carl Madsen began be = an suit in the district districtcourt dltrlctcourt H Hcourt
court yesterday Ylsterdny against aJinst the United States Stab s
Smelting Smeltng company compny He says In his bill billof hi Ill
of complaint that while whie in the employ empicof bi Illy y
of the defendant company compan Nov O 18 lOt 1904 lOt II
he was severely Sverely and permanently permannth injured d
both his legs Itgs being beln crushed H He asks ask for f r
J25000 50 oGO as a compensation comp nsaton for his sufferings sufferingsand sUffrlngs sUffrlngsand s sand
and for beIng incapacitated Incapacitted from earning earnir tg
his living 1lng The Injuries Injurie he says were werecaused werecused we re recaused
caused cused by a car and crane strlklnjr strlkln him himwhile himwhie hi m mwhile 1
while whie he hl was repairing repalrlni a partition partitionThe partton parttonThe
The following folowinl persons accused accuse of crimes crimeswere crim crimwere Sf
were arraigned yesterday esterda r in the criminal cniinln a j
division of the tiistrict dIstric court John aha L LOBrien LOBrlen L aL
OBrien criminal knowledge knowledee of female femaleplea femaleplea e
plea of not 10t guilty George GeorJe A Aldrich and andJacob andJacob a aJacob id eid 1
Jacob Karrs Kars assault with a deadly dedly weap weapon weapon wea 0 0on ¬
on with wih Intent to to do bodily bodi harm plea pleaof pleaof ph ta taOs
of not guilty guity Oscar Oscr Christie and Charles CharlesKromer Charl Os s
Kromer Krom r burglary allowed alowed until March llarch Marchto 4 4to 4to
to plead pleadJudKC pled pledJudJe
Judge JudJe Armstrong rmstronr yesterday esterda rendered renderedjudgment render iid J
judgment judgmlnt for the plaintiff pllntff in the ease ese of ofRosa ofRos f
Rosa Ros A Farnsworth against a alnst Oscar F FPeterson FPeterson
Peterson She sued to quiet title tte to lot lotblock lotblock 3 3block
block 36 36 plat D Salt Sal Lake City Clt survey surveyThe sunQ surv
The followinr foJowin business was transacted transactedin tran transact ad 3
in the supreme sUIrlme court curt yesterday esterda F C
Ruta nand Willard Viard F Snyder respond respondents respondents respon d ¬
ents against Islnst Louis C Huck appellant appelant appelantrglm responit it
Arguments rglm nts besun b un Hannah Peterson Peteron re respondent reBIondent r e
spondent against acalnst A J Crosier appel app rit it ¬
lant argued ar le and taken under advise advisement advhmeat 10 ¬
ment Nenhi Nt hl Irrigation IrrhrUon company re respondent re respondent e eSPfldeflt i ¬
spondent spondent against Samuel T Vickers VIcker ap alplant a I IPeilant >
pellant plant continued contnued for the term tarmCommercial termCommercial
Commercial National Natonal bank savings savingsdepartment savin irs irsdepartment s
department d prtmat Open for deposits deposit Satur Saturday r ¬
day from fro 7 1 to 8 p m mDr mDr mDr
Dr Hanchetts H nehetts office om e removed to 4dl 4 01 I
McCornlck lcCornlck Block BlockOFF BlockOFF BlockOFF
Rousing Farewell Farewel to School Boy oy Dele Delegates Delegtes Del Le Legates > ¬
gates gtes From Fom Their TheirMates h i fr frMates
Mates MatesThe Mtes MtesThe MatesThe
The pupils pupis of the th East Side High school seW 0I > 1
turned turne out yesterday yeteday in a body to ac s L
company to the train traln the boys Os who at
cmPn were weretwo w re e
laln leaving for Washington wer
Vahlngton The part party con conoPt cc in i
slating oPt f DU1Is nuplls and teachers occupi ed d
two o oun on ears cr ana an ant made known ocupled thojr th ar r
identity identty with many ma yells yels and much toot toi it
ins of horns They Te passed pssed through the t c
principal principl streets and were Joined joine at the t he e
depot by a delegation telfgaUaa from the th West Side Sideback Si do 0
HIJh High school ehooJ The eacorting arUn DarteK parties wurc wi ire c
buck in the school rooms and at work we irk k
again aJln by 180 180Tho 10 111 111rho ant
rho boys who left IfC from the te West est Side SI tie e
High school were wer Wallace Bredemcyer Bredemei er
and Curtis eurtH dawson Those from frm the t he
East Est Side High school were Fred Bassett Basat itt
Charles lilacs HlnEs and John Clawson Clawon Bafsett These Th se r
boys with three others other were appointed by y I
Governor Cutler Cut < r to take part in the th pa parnde i at atrade
rude at tho inaugural InaulrJ ceremonies cermonies March Man C H
4 Scott Scot Lynn Arthur Moreton and a 5
Charles Charle Clmffin ChafCn were prevented from go o 1
lug the last IQ t named a throuh Illness IllnessPERSONAL JnQs JnQsPERSONAL illnessa illnessPERSONAL
John ohn Hajverson has ha resigned r le as local localreprosontatlvo l eat il
reprosontatlvo repr onttto or the th Mills Mis Kovolty ovo1y coim en tm tmpn mt mtpn i
pn pn o of San lnutiEo FranCisco nd and ha has turned turnedtho turn ntl ntltine d
theagfeiiey tine 011 agtlley over to Solomon Olomon Nelson Xelson I
Twelve Tw elve Hundred Huded Petition Petton the te Govern Government Gove Govement Government ¬
ment to Push Puh the te Project ProjectON Poj 1roectN ct ctqN
Twelve hundred land owners under underthe underthe
the th e proposed Strawberry Strwberry river irriga Irrigaton
tion ton tio n project prject have signed a petition petton ask ak akIng
ing lo g the te government to go ahead ahed with withthe wih wihthe
the th e investigations Investgtons and development deye0pment of ofthe ofthe
the th e propqsed propqed scheme scheme The petition petton was wasreceived wasreceived
received re ceIved yesterday eterday by George L Lwenden
EJwendsen wenden w eadsen of the United Unied States Sttes recla reclamation
matlon ni ation department of Utah Uth who has hasbeen
been be en actively actvel engaged in making the thepreliminary theprelminaI
preliminary prelminaI pr examinations examinatons and the peti pet
tion tio tioth n will wi be sent to the department deparment of ofthe ofthe
the th thow e interior for consideration The land landownel
owners ownel ow owto nein bind themselves in the petition petitionto petton
to pay as high as40 a 40 per acre for 22 22feet 22feet
feet fe feth et of water If the government finds findsthe
the th thco i e project feasible under the existing existng existngcon
c conditions conditionsThe con co Itons ItonsThe
The land owners owner under undel this irrigation irrigationproject Irrigton Irrigtonproject
i project pr prcu oject have taken more active Inter Interest Interest ¬
I est cu t in the matter mater than the people under underany underan underly
any an al ly other scheme schemeThe schemeThe schemeThe
The organization or anzton of the land own owners owners ¬
ers er s is whr5 whr the government required requiredin I
i in the irrigation irri ton law before it would go goon goon geI
c on with the construction constructon work and andMr andMr I
j Mr M r Swendsen said yesterday that in inall Inalprobublty I
all alprobublty al l probability the department would wouldtake wouldtake wouldke I
t take ta ke up UI active actve work on the projectwithin projectithin project projectwithin
within w > ithin the course of a month monthThe monthThe
The organization organizaton of the water users usersunder usersunder
under u the greater Utah project includ including includIng ¬
I ing in g the Bear river rver and the fh theWeber Weber river riversystemi riversystelm
f systemi sy steint has progressed slowly 51 owl and andnothing andnothing ant
j nothing n definite definie has been done doneThe
The human complications complcatons the gov government gv gvernment ¬
ernment er < meets in reclaiming relaiming the part partly partly
1 ly irrigated Irrigted lands are immense Mr MrSwendsen 11
Swendsen S < said yesterday For exam example example ¬
ple pI e the government goerme1t cannot cnnot ignore the theexisting thee i
existing e lstnb canals and water systems systemsthat 8stemsthat
that t hat have been in use for years yers It Itcannot II I
cannot c take the water rights right away awa awaom
from fr om the lands that have been set settled setted seted ¬
tled ted tI ed upon and Irrigated irrlSlted for twentyflve twentyflveyears twentyfve twentyfveyears S Sears
years y ears There Th re are hundreds and even eventhousands eventhousnds i
1 thousands thousnds t of land owners under the theproposed theproposed thiroposed S
5 proposed p pb irrigation Irrigaton river systems and nut I Iefore
before b the government can deal with wih 1
them t they the must be organized organizedThe
tti The reclamation reclamaton work that can be beaccomplished beccomplshed hi I
ti tit accomplished ccomplshed in Utah is great geat and if I C
the t he
government finds the project now nowunder nowunder r
under u nder consideration consideraton possible and the tlt tltnd Ii
land la nd owners organize themselves into intoan p pn
an a n association the work will be
associaton wil soon soonunder soonunqer 1 1nder
under unqer u way On the government goerment lands S t
the t he
rclamaton department can un go goahead goahead gi p i
ahead a with wih its work and supply all al the tb 0
land l with wih water It I can then invite I vit
the t he citizens citzens to come and homestead homested i 1
the t he country cQuntI without wihout meeting meetng the diffi difficulties dif ¬
culties cuIU c ultienhere where the land is partly part settled settledand setted settedand ii
and a nd under irrigation irrigationThe Irrigton IrrigtonThe irrigationThe
The projects that are IOW before the th e eepartment
de department d epartment of the Interior for consid consideration consideraton
ration eraton e will wi add hundreds ot thousands S i
of o ot f acres to land already under irriga ¬
ion ton t os and it means untold wealth welh to the th C
state s of Utah If the land owners will wi vi 1
go g o ahead with wih their part of the work workLocal workI
I f Local Briefs BriefsTO I I ITO I I I
Attorney Atorne E O Leatherwood was S admit t ¬
c ted t ed yesterday Jesterda to practice vraetce in the federal feder ii I
court courtAPPOINTED ourtAPPOINTED u
Thomas T L Mitchell Ti JTDcE lI lIVernal was was appointed I
terday t erdav Unlted United Stte States commissioner appointe ye yc of f
Vernal V ernal by h Judge udge Marshall MarshallG larhal
C Ca < G Plummer Plummtr will deliver
wi dolver an illustrated d
addres a at 230 23 oclock this afternoon afernoon on e a
Japanese Japaese Art before b Core the Women omens s
Home h ome Missionary IsloDury society at the First Firt M 1
E church churchCOLTCTY clurchCOC1TY churchCOLNTY
MENTS 1IEXTSCounty MENTSCounty County Auditor Audi ton Fisher yester ester
dqy d ty submitted submited the following folowln appointments
in i n his office offce to the th county commissioners commisioner
who approved them William Leatham
Vilam Letham
to t o serve as a clerk during the absence of
Roscoe Vigus F 1 L J DeArmond to serve son ie
as a s extraclerk extra clerk temporarily
Doles Dole who runs a saloon at Third South Soul Li jj
and a zid Main streets strets was u 1ested aested ested last night nig lit t
by b y Officers Offcer J D Brown and James Tay Ta ¬
lor I on upon the charge chare of selling seJng Intoxicat t ¬
ing l ag liquors lquor to minors mInor Doles will have ha ie
his trial In the police
polce court today He I he e
was released relesed last night upon 100 0 bail
There will wil be a debate Friday FrIda evening evenii ff
at the First l lrst Bajotist BanUst church under ti the thevn he e
i auspices of the vn juium Future indi 1lens Mens a iu club The TI Alie ite
question quetoa tor on debate is uRiolve Resolved That Th at t
the United States State Is doing doinrlcht right In TRt ex e c
eluding e the Chinese
The affirmative
Cinese Ce e
side s ide will be afUrmatve
1 represented rvreentl by Chester Chest or r
Bowers and John obn McPherson llePheron and the ti he e
negative negatve br b Russell RUsel Mcintyre lcIntre and Wll W i ii
Ham 1 Hall Hal HailASPHALT
At a m meeting etn of the joint committee on n
held tit the CI City and Count County ty building buldln commit grounds groundsrnoon graundt grounc us i
yesterday esterda afernoon afternoon rnoon In the mayors mayo s
otflce Olfct it I was decided decide to pave the walks witi Its s
leading from the building buldinl to te the four fo ur r
corners corer of the square and the walk run ru n i
ning around arund the building buidIng with asphalt rn It L
This joint action acton of the city cl and county count ty
Is I s in line lne with the determination eter lnaUoa to pave pa 1c e
the streets street around the building buldln with wih ma in a i
cadam Gravel will w1 still stl be used On the t he e
roadways through trough the th ground gound goundLEE groundsLEE
The Cg case o of Lee Wing in Bon Bong the CSQ China a L
man who was ordered deported and
ap a
pealed his case to the federal
dismissed cae court was w as s
yesterday bi Jude Marshall II 1
L Le Lee Iarhal
< Wins Ing Bong lost his passport several sevex a i
months ago zut he applied appled to o the govern n
ment officials offcial at San Francisco and his I us is
papers paper were ere duplicated dulcted The officials officin us J8
sent flnt for Information to China
Informaton regarding regardi ng P
his case cae and ant it I was found that rgrding he had h ad
immigrated Into this thl
law Immigrted Into country under the t he ie
A communication communicaton from Chief Bywater B Bywat water er
calling calng attention utenton to the the necessity necesltv of in i
creasing cresing th thd < fire protection the
Cre protecton In I the City Ciy Ci ty y
and County building bUiding met with wih a prompt prompt pront ipt
response yesterday yesterda from the Joint com co m Jl
mittee mlte composed compose of o the mayor members memb tra
of the council eoun1 and county commissioners commissioner ni if
The committee commItee ordered that a a sixinch sixin c 1
water pipe be laid from the
main in State Sti ite e
street stret to the te we w wst t entrance of the build bui Stte ¬
ing and a Special eciaI committee commltee was buid in J3 ¬
structed to prepare prepre a plan for increasing increasl ng
the water supply in the Building at the I he 15 le
erlet earliest day dlY possible possibleBANQtET posslbleBANQtET possibleBANQIET Quldlng
BANQtET BANQtET AT CHUJICH CHURCHThp The Mens Mensclub Me Iens Iensclub a f S Sclub
club of the First Congregational Congregatonl church churchgave cburcha elmi ch chgave
gave a ve their annual banquet to tho wo women women v o omen ¬
men of the church last night The Jhe church churchparlors chin ch chparlors h
parlors were decorated for the occasion occsion occsionn occacsii fli u
In n the absence of A II Boxrud Boxrul presi prc si I ¬
dent of the thc club G K I Smith Smih acted as s
toastmaster tonstmater Rev Re Elmer I aeell Gosheu Gosheuresponded GosnenrOSlanded Gosh ien > u
responded to the toast The Te Ladles Ladlesand 5
Ldles Ldlesand
and Mrs Mr A IL Boxrud addressed Our C lur ir
Guests JUdge J E Frick read a poem poemon poemon pa Gin GinOn m
on the members member of the club The 1he sing all lg I
ers of the evening clng were Mrs Mr A IX D Mel Melvin Iel Ielvln l el elyin l
yin and Fred Graham One hundred and a ia
fiftyfive fltyfve guests guest attended attendedAPPOINTMENTS atended atendedAPPOITMENTS attendedAPPOINTMENTS
following folowIng appointments lpolntment of deputies depUtes made inI ide lo
by County Assessor
Brown havo been bi ten n
confirmed by the board
cnfrmed of county com cc rn i
missioners ml lonen James Mellson Neison P s Witch wit nh i
er C P Nellson Neison Emil Emi Hartvlksen Vleh C M 1
Henderson Honderen A C Reid Norman Eriekson Bricks on 11 n
David E Jones Jon Joseph A Wright rIght jr jrosoph
Joseph osoph OsRUthorpe OsJuthorpe J C Bertoeh WiV vn vn1nm l iil iil11am V
Ham 1nm H V Tardle ardlo N D Jensen ensen John S
Price W V il J
Halgh Assessor Brown also a Iso jo
appointed J W V Hctwood and William Wihhi am m
Growbeek GroPbtk GroeateekS Jr Ir j extra office orCcr men mel VIUam and i id
s E Gustuvcson GUltuveRon as extra fl fhld Id man and i id
these appointments wore also conflrmod confirn tied > d
by b the th commissioners commissionoraSEEKS rmmlssloners rmmlsslonersSEEKS commissionersSEEKS
UclcH tde of incorporation incorporton were filed Clf yester yest or r
iay < In the th office oCfc of the secretary SecrotRr of state st ate < to
bv the Mount 1ount Hood Railroad Rairoa company coinpa fly flywhich v
which hlch is i capitalized raplalzed for 2S0000 2JJ and the jc
headquarters htadquarter of which Is at Ogden The Theayowed na naavowed lc
avowed purpose of the corporation corporton Is to toconstruct toconstruct
construct own and operate railroads rairoads and andsteamboats andsteamboat mdsteamboats id
steamboats steamboat in the states sttes of Oregon and i id
Washington and to do a general generl con construction c cjon jon il ¬
struction thcton business In Utah The he incor Incororators Inc or orporators r
porators orators are Daniel Scales Eol Thomas Thoma Dee 1 tte > e
HJram irar H Spencer William Vliam U Eccles Eec los
XSharles harte W V N1le NIBley W W Biter and id
George Geo re Romney of Salt Lake nnd Panlol Pat aid el
Ifl 5 Ecclos Eccln Pom 1om > W Rolapy and Joseph JOSfl Jos rpli > h
A West of o Ogden dcn x
Weather Weater W eather Moderates Modertes and ad fisheries fisheriesAre Fheres FheresI FheresAe FisheriesAre I
Are in Full
Ae i F Operation Ope1tionFRESH
The Te shipment shlmelt of oysters oyster that reached
J the th e market yesterday yeteray satisfied 5atsfi d the local
demand de mand and the te dealers say that the
t bivalves bi vaies will wil now be plentiful The
lentCul Te Teweather
wor weather w eather on the Chesapeake Bay Ba has mod moderted
erated erted or < ated considerably conslderabl in the last few days
and an d they are now setting cettni their teir regular regu regua r
J supply suppl su pply The dealers d er filled fied most of t their < > eir
outoftown ou oftown orders order yesterday and from fom I Inow
j now no w on shipments shipment will wil come in dallyi
Fesh Fresh salmon was on the market yes es
terday te rday This is the first shipment that I
has ha s come In for some time Frozen n sal
J tme Fro
ml mlmon
mon m on has been plentiful plentl1ul but not much will
be shipped In while whie there Is fresh salmon wi
j In stock stoc stocDressed
Dressed chickens chlckis dropped 1 cent yes
terday te rday whaleale wholesale and the they are now nowQuoted
quoted qu oted at 17 cents cent a pound The market
i is I still stl being beIn supplied with wih eastern poul
1 try tr tr y but there has been considerable considerableshipped considerablef
shipped sh ipped f ed lIf Id from different ff Darts aits of the
state st ate A few teal e ducks were received rg el elI
yesterday ye otord but blt they were soon disposed disposedof
of at 35 3 cents a brace brace
I Yesterdays Yesterda s quotations luotatons follow folow folowMeat
Meat MeatBeef
Beef 15c 10 to 25c c per pound Veal Vel prime
l 12 tee c to 20c Mutton 1luton I2c 1c to 17 171 l7p > P Pork Pork12c
12c 12 c to i 20c c Dressed Dreed lamb 12c to 25a
lamb la mb chops lie li to 25c 2 Jack rabbits 15c 15ceach l leach
each ea ch rlblS
Fish FishSalt FishSaI
Salt SaI codfish codfsh loc a pound Idaho trout
40 JOe O e Salmon Salmo 17c 17c Halibut Halbut lIe l c Striped
bass b bS ass l0c c pound Whitefish 20c 2c per pound
Soles S oles and flounders flounder 12c 11c pound Catfish Catfish15c Catfsh
15c Th 0 e per pound Perch 12c 1 1c per pound
Salt S alt mackerel lOc to 35c c Smelts 15c per perpound perpound peround
pound p ound Fresh codfish codfsh lOc 10 per pound Lob Lobsters Lobsters Lobers ¬
i sters st stte ers California CaJfornla 17 171c I7c c per pound Oys ¬
ters ter te ra extra extra select Soc Sc per perquar perquart quart can 60c 60cper 6c 6cu 60cer
per p er quart u New York counts 75c a cai cai2Sc caiP caiPc >
2Sc 25 c a dozen l er Prawns c4 40c tu oor U pound pount O II IISmoked
Smoked S moked salmon 20c c per pound Bloators Bloaters5c Bloatorseach
5c each ech Finnan buddies 17ic 17 c per pound poundCalifornia poundCalCornta poundalifornta
CP California CalCornta C < crabs crbs 25c 2c and 30c each Pon Ponpano Ponlano Ponazo
pano P azo 40c 40 per pound Red snappers snapper 24ker JOc JOcer
per p er pound Sturgeon Stur eon ICc ro per pound poundtrau
Stnl S trau buss 15e per pound poundPoultry poundPoultry
Poultry PoultryHens PoultryHen
Hens Hen dressed 16c 6c per pound Spring
chickens c Mc c per ptr pound Turkeys Turke M 51c 51cper i c cper
per p er pound Broilers Brolcr 22c 2c per pound poundDairy poundDairy
Dairy Products ProductsButter ProductsButer
Butter Buter creamery crenmer 30c e per pound Rauoli
Ific lF ie e to 20e per pound Eggs Eg sc 25c to 36c por
dozen d ozen Cheese Cbe Utah cream crem 15c to 1or 20e 20epcr c cpr
pcr p er pound eastern LVc limborger 20o
imported imlJrted i Swiss 10c 0c brick Imbrger 25c c Honey
lone lonecomb
comb c 15c lG box strained 3trulnel I5c c per er pint pintLemons pintFruits
Fruits FruitsLemons
Lemons COc c to 35c i5t J per dozen fga t igs Ifs
Por p or package Navel oranges orlges 40c 40 g to 50c 50
per l er dozen Bananas 15c 5c to 40c c per dozen
Utah Ltah L tali apples Me to We c per peck Cram
berries berrie b erries 2 quarts for 25c 2e Pineapples pec SOc 3O
each ech e Quinces 40c per er peck CoCoanuts
lOc b O e
each California strawberries iOc e a I Iox
box b ox Tangerine Tan erinc oranges 26c 2c i per > er dozen
Grape Grpe G rape fruit frui lOc l oach oachVegetables oachVegetables eachVegetables
Vegetables VegetablesParsnips VegetablesParsnips
Parsnips 20c c per peck Potatoes Utah
3Qc J Oe c per peck p l Sweet potatoes potatoc 8 pounds 1lh 1lhc a aor 1
for f or 26c Radishes 2V 24c 1c = c per bunch Call fahiornia
fornla forna f cauliflower cauICower lOc lO each Wax beans bean
lOc l Oc
I per pound Turnips 2c a a bunch
Young beets bets 2c per bunch Parsley 5c a
per p er bunch Carrots 20c per peck Let Letuce
tuce t tp uce Itah tah 5c Z per bunch CaICornln California Lt 5c 5cper 5cper a C Cer
ts per p er bunch CeleryC Celery Celer > Sc a bunch Yeljpw Yeljpwsquash YelJnwsquash YelJp
squash s 5c Hubbard squash loc 1c each earh I
Cabbage C white whie 3c e per pound red 5c 5 per perpound pcrpound pe peound
p pound ound Dills Dis 5c c bunch Pumpkins 15c
Cranberries lOc Oc quart pie plant 15c per perpound perpound po r round
pound p ound Green peppers 12c 1yc per pound poundGrain pounlo pounloGrain
Grain GrainBran GrainBraa GrainBran
Bran and shorts nl0 110 per hundred Corn CornU0 I
U0 140 per hundred hundro Oat Oats 160 16 per hun ¬
dred d red Milling Milng wheat wheat 110 per bushel bushelFeed
Feed wheat Uper 1 per bushel bushel Barley Bnrle food
13S rolled 150 Cornmeal 1SO 1SOHay
13 roled 10 Cormeal 18 t tHay
Hay and Straw StrawAliuta StrawAlfalfa
Alfalfa Aliuta 12 l per ton Timothy Tmoth 1IL Ii l i par p pd tr re reton
ton t on Straw 45c per bale baleHigh baleFlour t tFlour
Flour FlourHighpatent FlourHigh
High Highpatent patent 270 270 straight grde grade 250 5 5
bakers No No1 1 330 230 230music 2 2I
I musi music and Drama DramaThe a aThe
The Harry Bar Corson Clarke of the old 01 cl 1
days Harry of the natural effectlvo effectt C j
school shool of comedy com dy opened opene lost lat night cCCecho at it t
the Grand an encasement enigement that will w1 run ru a i
for about seven weeks weks ilr lr Clarke chose cho IC
for his opening play pla George Broadhursts Broadhurts 5
clever comedy cored What Happened to I
Jones In spite e lte of the fact that the U
play has been seen here before the cer cc ¬
tainty talnt of entertainment by Mr lr Clarke Clarke
and the further certainty certinty that he would wont
j bring brln with wih him a capable company drew drewa dre w wa
a large audience audienceIn
In j neither respect were the patrons of
the Grand disappointed disppointed Mr tr Clarke Is the thei tl ho
j i same quietly qult funny man he has been for ft i
i I I years year If I there Is any change in his hismethods h S Smethods
methods It I is for the better beter He Is per pe r
I haps even more natural more even more moi a
I finished in his work Not once does d es he hcI I te
i reach out for effects In What Hap
I pened to Jones there are ar many man ternpta
tions tons many mal excuses for the broad iu ii
I I fluted fited blcdder stuffedclub comedy but hi
I Mr lr Clarke resists all al of them and the thpnudlence tI id idaudience
audience is thankful therefor
The Te star str was greeted rel > ted on his entrance outran
by b the heartiest beartet sort of welcome His Hisold B Bold
old friends were out in force forc and they thty th
didnt hesitate hesItte to let him know they the wert w we weglad < rf rfglad
glad to see him From the moment he h hspoke I Ispoke
spoke his first frst lines lnes the house was his hiswithout Ii Iiwithout
without the asking askingfor for Mr llr Clarke never nevermakes nvermakes nov novmakes
makes a bid for applause or sympathy s sympathjust mpatby
It I just comes to him as naturally as asbreathlr
breathing breathimrIt breathlr
I It I Is not necessary necesary now to tell tel the story stor storVhat stotof
j of What Happened to Jones Jono Nearly Nlarly Nlarlyeverbod Near Neareverybody
I everybody everbod who has ha gone one to the 11C theatre theat
in recent reent years year la I familiar tum1ar with it But B Bthe
I the trials of the good Bishop of Ballarut Balarat BalaratI Ballar Ballar1iar
I Harry Har1 1iar Bradley Bradle for which the mlschlev mlschlEv mlschlEvOUI inisehieous
ous OUI Jones Mr r Clarke was responsible reponslbl responsibhave
have amused thousands and will wi amuse amusethousands amus amu amuPhOLhaands
thousands S more moreOf
I h3 Of the ed company 0 iy that is i if supporting supportn Mr MrClarke MrClarltc v vClarke r
Clarke it I may be > said that it is almost almostuniformly almo almcuniformly t tuniformly
uniformly eood goodfar far better Indeed than thanthe thu han hanthe
the average averFe popular price prce attraction atrcton Es Especiallv EspecialY E Epeciallv
peciallv pecialY good was the work wrk of Margaret MargaretDale MargaretDale MargarDale
Dale Owen wen as IS Cissy issy Miss lls Owen was wassweet as assweet
sweet and frolicsome frolcsome a young woman womanhas as ashas
has been seen on the Grand stage stge in inlong a along along
long time And softly softy in your ear she sheacted a
acted as if she enjoyed enoyed it I the kissing kissingand kissingand kissl kissland arig rig g
and all allWhat aUVhat allWhat
What Happened to Jones will wil be seen seenduring se seduring
during the remainder rmainder of the week with wi wimatinees h
matinees matnee on Wednesday Vedneday and Saturday Saturay SaturayJohn
I John C Fishers big bi musical comedy cOmet cOmetThe iy
The Silver Siver SHpper Slpper will wi be b beseen seem iii at the t tSalt
Salt Stl Lake Lke theatre tonight wherjo whe seo e It i 1t opens 6pc 6pcengagement pensI
I an engagement engaement of two evening perform performancea perCormanew perforand
anew and one matinee mataee
Much interest Is I being ng manifested manifestedthe in Inthe
the engagement of Mother llother Goose at
I th thf the Salt Sal Lake theatre teatre next week This Thiseomluny TI TIad tst tstthe is
company carries rrls more than 300 0 people and andIs a ad a
t is undoubtedly undoubt < l the biggest bl gest thing of aits its itskind It
I kind on the road rod The seat sale begins beginI begi begiThursday tas s
Thursday Thurday
Special S ecial to The Herflld H ld ldI 1
San Sn Francisco Frncsco Slob Jb 27 2iThe The Columbia Columbiathetre Columh
I theatre thetre was crowded crowde to the tPI doors tonight tonightwith tonlqlt tonlqltwit tonl
wit with a fashionable audience to welcome welcoi welcoithe velcomothe no
the Savage Svage English Enlsh Grand Grnd Opera com compay co coPliny
pony pay pn p its first flt appearance apPearnce in San Fran Fn Fnclsco Fri Fricisco
cisco Interest Inteest was increased increase 19 by reports repo
from ton Los Yr Angeles Sia where h the he company compa compabroke cht Y YI
broke re all records last week weekTb
I I The Te Tb opening bill bi tonight was wa Verdis Ycrdl Verdmasterpiece s smasterpiece
masterpiece Othello Otelo one of the tI most mostpopular mostpopular 1Th
popular Italian Itlan operas ever introduced Intrduced introducedthe 1Thon oh onthe on
the coast cont and a this thi was wa its it first frt per performance p
formance in English Eglsh here A rare trout trc tn t twas
was expected expecte and ad more than realized realzed realzedAl realiz realizAll ed
All Al the loading singers wcro known only oi oiby
by their eastern triumphs but ouch wus wusgiven v
given given an > enthusiastic nthu = a tc reception rccton 13efon Befi Befithe ru
the first firt act of Verdis stirring strring musUc musUci mu mudrama c cI
i drama was ws half over it was wa apparent appare lt the tle tleEnglshsinging I IEhigliShihiflging
I I Englishsingine Englshsinging artists Jrtsts had scoreJ heuw hel hei
flY iy Joseph Sheehan Shec al sang the title tte rolp rolnfor V Y
f for ° r the first frst time tme in two weeks While Wi Wihis Vhlb Vhlbhis Vili ili
his rich and Ud robust tenor was not wholly whol whit whitrecovered
recovered rrtovered from it tt t severe severe attack atac of toif tOlfslUs ti
silitis slUs his powerful owerfu1 atig acting more than tlll ti timacic lap
made up Gertrude Rennison a a an the fair talrDpsdemona f fDesdemona
UI and WInfred Infr d Goff
Desdemona Dpsdemona the thetistic ar artstc ¬
tlstlc tstc baritone as lago registered rl lster d per personal T r ¬
sonal successes succee also of a high order The Theehorus
ehorus WAS a revelation revelaton to IQcal music musiclove mt isle
lovers love while whie the orchestra orchestra of offlty offifty fifty mtn mu muslcians r rslcthns n
slcians under the efficient ctCclet Emanu Emanucme Ernanicame
came cme in for fQr a large share of ofth tho thc4iqjic thc4iqjicDuringthtf jxor
During Durinj Duringthtf thtf th week weokOthOhlo Othello OtbJo will alternate altrn altrnwith
with rCarmen tCrmannnd and nd Lohengrin IhcnJrln Thurd lli lliI iu iuI
I il IS a a heavy udhlnce sale ale lol fo the 5101 seas
Stranger Stnge St ranger Succumbs Succubs to the te Eavages Rvages of ofPneumonia I
Pneumonia Pneuon and Ex E I
posure posue posueFaington i
Farmington Faington Feb 7Saturdav 7 Saturday morn
inmi inff In while whie working In his field about one onomie
mile mie mi le north of Layton L tan Joseph JoseIh Allen Alen no no
tlced tic ticra ed a man leave the tc Oregon Organ Short > hort Line Lineranwa
railway ranwa ra rafle ilwa and go some distance down the
field fle flern Id to a straw stw stack This being a com cm cmmoq
mon rn oq occurrence occurnce durinc trump trmn season seasonno season
r no particular Partcular attention ateton was paid to it I
J until untl un til evening when Mr Ir AUeft Alen went down downto
t to to the stack stack to see what had become becme becmeof
c of the and somewhat
tramp trmp was sur surprised surprised
j prised pr ised at finding him lying on the te north northside
s side sid e of the stack nude with wih the he exception excepton exceptonor
c of an undershirt His feet were wrappedchilied wrappedin
1 in his coat coat however The man was I
c chilied ehUed ch illed amTacted and acted as though his mind mind was wasAllen wasjust wasnot
not just right right On seeing Ws conditon condition conditionien
Allen Alen Al ien procured procure a rig and took him home homeDr home
Dr D r Gleason was wa called caled and after an anarninauon
examination examinaton said the te man was suffer sufferIng suffer sufferg
i Ing la g from pneumonia Most 1ost of the night nightwas nightI
i was w as spent spnt In trying to revive the suf sufrer
j ferer ftrer fe rer but he obtained but littlo ltto relief rUef rUefand
and d at to
an noon yesterday oterday was brought
t the th e county jail jai for further treatment tretm nt be being beg
j ing la g left lef In charge of a nurse nune At 7 p m mhe
he died without wihout having made any an state I
j ment m ont as to his Identity Identty His description de crlpton I
j is as a follows folows Height 5 feet JUV n inches
weigh w eIgh ISO 18 pounds inclined Inclned to be sadY sadYComplexioned I
eomplexioned Complexioned co top of head bald hair on onbck
i bock bck bu busl ck of head clipped clpPld hort wore light 1ghtlol
slouch sl lol ouch h hat hat size 7 6 striped shirt and new new0entUR
ovemlls o also buckskin mitts mitt and new newshoe flewoes
shoes shoe sh oes Bradley Brdley Metcalf Ietclt make size ItVt ItVtEE J
EE JiE1 B E On his person peron was found a certi cert
flcate fi cate from the Utah Ltah Construction COJstrucUon com company
pany ni tny medical mtdlcal department camp mp No No3 No3showing 3
showing sh owing that tat he had paid hospital hosplal fees for forI fore
the th thb e month of February Februa 1U05 10 and signed signedby BI ned nedb
I by b y C H Lqwman LQwman as timekeeper tmekeeper and Tom TomButer
Butler Buter B utler as employe Th6 Th dead man ap appenred
peared p eared to be about 50 5 years enrs of age and andhad
had h ad a rather heavy heu mustache As s yet yetthe
the th e body bod has not been Identified fdentfed and nd will wil p
probably 111 p be taken to Kaysville Kasvle fur bur I
Remains R of L John Nuttall Nutal Laid to toRest toRest I
Rest at Piovo PiovoIroo Provo ProvoProvo
Provo Iroo Feb 27 Z 27A A large congregation congregationattended congregat congregationttcqded n nI I
attended 8t a ldef the the funerul nerJI services servlct over OVOl the theremains theremaini thtemainstof
I remains r emainstof of L LJohn John Nuttall Nutal icld eld tptfay tptfayin t tpUa ay ayin
in I rI n the tabernacle tnbtIJ8cle The following toIowm slok slokI speak speakers ¬
ers ersaddrescd e ra addressed the tht congregation con egton all al sneak sneakinc sneakIn neak
I ei inc In i ng ii lt iii the th highest hhhet terms of the departed departedBishop departedBIhop departedishop
Bishop B ishop Ralph Poulton Poulon Elder S S Jones JonesElder JonesJ Joneslder
Elder J E lder William Vllam A Morton Elder Sey Seymour Sf ¬
mour in our B T Di Young President Preldnt A A H Lund Lundand Lundand Lun Lunnd
and a nd President David John Beautiful BeautfuJ vo vocal vocal VOal ¬
ac cal c al selections wlctons were rendered by the Tab Tabcrnacle Tabcrnuclrchnlr
crnacle crnuclrchnlr e choir of which Mr lr Nuttall Nut l was wasa watmember
a member mfmbpr for many years year during durln his res residence resIdence rcadeuce ¬
idence i here hlr The following folowIng sons 10ns of Mr MrNuttall Mruttali lr lrNutli
Nuttall Nutli N uttali acted acte as pallbearers Imlbearpr Leonard LeonardThomas Leonarc Leonardhomas
Thomas T Joseph George Wllford lforc and Wit William Witr 1 ¬
liam lam 11 am The speakers stand was tastefully tastefullydecorated tastcfuly tastcfulydecorlll r
decorated decorlll d dm with plants pJant < and flowers fowerg and andmany andman ilhiC ilhiCany I
many man m any beautiful beluUful floral offerings covered coveredtho coeredtho coverec
tho t he casket cas1L A detachment Jetachment of the Black BlackHawk BlackHa Blaciawk
Hawk Ha H awk wk Indian war veterans attended atended the theservices theselces
services s and thej comrades comrdes under the theleadership thelenderhll thun
leadership l of Comrade Harrison sang sangthe sangthe san n
the t he Memorial Ode of the organization organizationwith organizaton organizatonwih organizationith i
with w ith fine h e effect effectLorin dCectLorIn
wih Lorin Farr of Ogden was here today todayat todayatending at attending attendIng ¬
tending t the funeral oC L L John Nut Nuttal Nutt NutFt
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talFred Fred Ft Williams YUlams of Springville SprInglp who was wasreleased wasreleasel watI a
released releasel r from the state mental hospital hospitalsome hospitalsome I
some s ome time tme ago has been ordered ordere recom recommited recoInmitted
mitted mited as he has suffered a relapse relapseMarriage r lapse lapseIarria
Marriage Iarria e licenses lcenses have been ifasued to toH toH b bI
H H McCorkle of Salt Lake Lke City Clt ad adNora adNor at I
Nora Nor Claws of Ephraim liphralm and to D D DCluff DCluff Dr
Cluff C luft of Pro Provo and Fannie alnic A Hanks or orSnern oraem 0 0aem r
Snern SnernA aem aemA
A son Ion has been born to Mr lr and Mrs MrsEugene Ir
Eugene Eugent E ugene F Johnson and a daughter to Mr Mrad lr lrad
ad a d Mrs Irs F G Dust All U well wellLev wel
Levi A Solvi has been betn appointed bishop bishopof I
of o f Pleasant View ward in place of Bish Bishop BistiLi ¬
op 01 Alexander tIlxander Giliispie who resigned on onaccount 01 01acco 01 01ccount Li
account acco a nt of poor health healthDr healh healhDr
Dr Vaughan was down from Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas For Fore t
Douglas today to see W V H Long the thesoldier th the e
soldier s from rota the fort who is sick at the theintrmar Ui Uinfirmary e
infirmary intrmar i here from typhoidpneumonia typhoidpneumoniaThe t phoidpnuiOlla phoidpnuiOllaThe
The patient ptitnt Is I too ill I to move and will willbe wi WE WEhe i
be left lef here till til such a time tme as he has hasrecovered huseovere ha harecovered
recovered eovere sufficiently suffcenty tolys to1 taken takn to Salt SaltLako saltako Sal SalLake
Lake ako Long left lef the font folt on on a three threedays thrcedas threcdays
days furlough furloujh and was taken ill II before beforethe beCorthe
the t he time tme expired expire He is therefore ther ore not notnow notno at atnow
now no considered a deserter deserterMr deserterIr deserterMr
Mr Ir and Mrs Ir William A Graham han havtreturned hanreturned iiii iiiiruturneil
returned from Los Angeles where th t tchave tY tYhave y yhave
have been betn for the winter winterWill winterWill
Will 1 L L Hayes Haye has succeeded 1uceeededBishop 1uceeededBishopSwen Bishop BishopSwen BiahoStten
Swen L I Swenson as the manager of the thePleasant thePleaalt Ui UiPleasant
Pleasant Pleaalt Grove Mencantile lencnntle company the thelatter thelatr Ui Uiatter
latter latr l retiring retring onaccount of ecclesiastical ecclesiasticalduties ecclesiastcal ecclesiastcaldutg ecciesiastichduties
duties dutiesJudge dutg dutgJldgt dutiesJudge
Judge Jldgt Booth went wett to to Pleasant Grove Grovelast Gr Gro Grolast
last evening enlng to lecture before the Mutual MutualImprovement MutuiImprovement lutual lutualImprovement
Improvement association associationFuneral associaton
Funeral services over the remains remainsJohn of ofJohn ofohn f
John ohn G Coltrin will wi be held from the theFirst th thFirst UtFirst
First ward arl meeting meetng house Wednesday Svednesdaat Ydnesdayat
at l oclock Immediately Immeiate after the ser serIce
ices Ice the remains will wil be conveyed c01ced to toSpanish I ISpanish
Spanish Fork accompanied by b the he mourn mourners mouriera
ers where the interment will wil take take place placeI IlacREACHED
Survey on Uintah Railway Raiway Now Com Completed Completed Conpleted 1 ¬
pleted to t Vernal VernalVernal VernalVernal
Vernal Feb 23 23The The Uintah tntab railway railwaysurvey ralwa ralwasuryev railivi Ly
survey was completed com DIeted to Vernal yester yesterday ester esterday r ¬
day the terminus being on what yesteis is isknown
known as the old Douiherh Dousherty place on onthe onth c in
the th north side of town and within the thecity theciy ti ticity cie ie
city ciy limits limitsThe lmlts lmltsI limitshe
The he survey SUM after > pr entering rn rlnl the valley valleythrough Yal vaIc y
through the tintah gap on the west est fol Collows Ic 1
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of ofstri the thec11 city limits lmit is reached and ad tbote th m m8lngs
swings 8lngs stri ngs south sout Into In o the te ground above men <
tloned tone tio tiothr ned This jDropertJ rper op rty gund was wa purchased
three thr thr thrper e years ca agro agb gt by John McAndrewsi Mcdrws purhEd purhEdthr su superintendent superIntendent ¬
perintendent perIntendent per intondent and ad Tom Taylor T Ior foreman foremant
of ofthe the Gisn Gilson Aspbwtu itspbaltum company aUn aUnthe and andrecords
the thethe records cords show It In their name but butthe butthe
the fact that tht the Uintah Lnta Railway Ralw com company compan corny
pany pan pantlc y and the gilsonite glsonlte people are prac practically prc prctcaly ¬
tically tcaly tlc tlccha atty identical Identcalacunt accounts for the th pur purchase purclas ¬
chase clas cha se qf the he land by McAndrews and andTaylor andTaylor andylor
Taylor Ta Tatim ylor It I i ia presumedthat preume presumed that even at that thattime thattme
t time tme tim timtem e the railroad raIrd project was In con contemplation contemplaton ¬
templation templationDepot templaton tem plation
Depot Dpot D Detc epot grounds gunds sidings sidin roundhouse rundhouse site siteetc sie sieetc sitehave
etc have all al been ben laid out at the ter terminus terminus ¬
n minus mi miha nus which Is the nearest neet that Vernal Vernali Vernalhas
n has ha s ever come to having a railroad railroadi riroad
Dr D Dha r R IL W Fraser Frasr formerly of Denver Denverpractice Denerhas Denvers
h has ha s located In Vernal to take up the theprctce
p practice prctce pra ctice of his profession prCession Dr F C CBuchtel CBuchlel Cchtel
E Buchtel Bu chtel will m leave here for London on onMarch onarch onrch
i March Ma arch rch 1 to take tke a position In 11 the Guy GuJ
h hospital ho spital there He will wil later take tke charge chargeof chare chareof
o of a a a hospital hospitl at Grand Junction Juncton Colo ColoX ColoN Cob CobG
N G Sewards Sewrds former county count superin superintendent sup supenindent rn rntndent ¬
t tendent ten > dent of schools school Is out after ater the ap appointment appointment apntment ¬
p pointment poi ntment of register of the te new land landoffice landoffice landice
o office off ice at Vernal regster should one be created createdPeople createdPeople
People P eople are beginning to come In rap rapidly rp rpIdly rapy ¬
Ic idly idl y in anticipation antcipaton of the opening of the theUintah theUlnta
Uintah Ulnta Ui u ntah reservation reservato and new faces face are areseen ae aeseen
s seen see n in Vetnal every ever everyday day daySCHOOL da
Taxpayers Taxpayer Ta I xpayers So Decide at a Special SpecialElection SpecialElecton
Election Electon Held at Heber HeberHeber HeberHeber
Heber Feb 2T ZAn 27An An election ele ton of the thetaxpayers he hetnpaer
t taxpayers tnpaer ta xpayers of Heber district was held in inthe
t the th thaf e Central CertrlschioJ school Ivouse house last Saturday Saturd
afternoon afernoon af ternoon to vote yes or no on a propo proposition ¬
s sition sIt ton to authorize the trust tU5t trusbes > s to tf increase increasethe increasethe prop
the th e indebtedness Inrebtednlss of the district 11strlct to the th
t extent ex exac tent of 1000 0 Ir order to carry on he heschools heschaolg
schools ac s hools two more months The noes de defeated ¬
f feated flated fe ated the nroposition nroposlton by b a a majority of ofS ofvotes ofvotes
S votes This 1hls means that the thp schools sh ols will
mes wi
li have ha ve to close the th last of March unless
money m oney is received reCiedtom reccivetUfitom irom some fome other source sourcewhich sourcewhIch
T which w hich Is quite Quie improbable improbableR
R K Wootton ooton who has successfully successfullymanaged succesfuly succesfulymanaged successfullyanaged
r managed m the Wootton Brothers Brother grocery gcery
r here he re for the past two years ear retired retred from fromthe fromthe frome
t the th e business on Saturday He was s suc succeeded succeded ¬
c ceeded ceded ce eded by William llam T Wootton WoottonForrest ooton ootonForret
Forrest Forret Luke the 14yearold 1eold son of ofJack ofack
J Jack Ja ack ck Luke proprietor of the Wasatch Wasatchlivery Wasatchery Vasatchlvery
I livery lvery liv ery stable stblP was Injured by a horse hore fall falling CaUIng fallg ¬
I ing in g on him last night night It I was not known knownhow knownhow
t how ho w the accident acident happened happen as a no one onesaw onesa
s saw sa w v the horse hore fall Cal and it was only when whenthe whtn whtnthe
t the th e city ct marshal marshalhappened happened to be crossing crossingtheroad erosln eroslntheroad crossingeroad
theroad th than eroad that tat thathe he was attracted atrcte by groans groansand gons gonsand groansd
and an d discovered discover the boy o lying Iini almost almot un unconscious unCtclous unnscious ¬
c conscious Ctclous co nscious In the mud mudClyde mudClyde v
Clyde Willes Vies who has been attending attendinga ateninl attendingschool
a school of photographyin in Illinois ilnois for forthe forthp fore
the th e last lst two years earetur jeturnajl retUrfl home yes yesterday yesrIay cs csto ¬
terday terdayeration to rIay T TDr
Dr jlorton Morton perforo performed a 8UCC succesfui U op opntUon opatlon
eration er atlon today tola1 upon Irvin BiEelow a son sonof sonof sonDoii
of Don Bigelow of orrlsburg orrlsburgAtornev Wallsburg VallsburgAttorney
Attorney Atornev James H McDonald lcDbnJd has ba a awretfth awtett aredth
wretfth w redth of smiles smil on his face caue ali e11U541 d by bythe bythe bye
wtett the th e arrival atiul at his home this mornIng mornir of ofa ota offine
a fine fne baby girl girlEXGOV girlEXGOV girlXGOV
Venerable Venerble V Massachusetts Man Falls Fals a aVictim aVictm aVictim
Victim Victm to Pneumonia Pneuonia in inHis i inHis
His Hs 88th Year YearGroton YearGoton YearGyotoa
Goton Groton Mass 1ass Feb 27 2 27After After Afer an anillness aniness anlness
illness iness il of a few days George Sewall SewallBoutwell Sewal Sewalhoutiv
Boutwell Boutw B outiv U former governor of Massa Massachusetts Massahusetta Massahusetts ¬
chusetts and former forer secretary seretar of ot the thetreasury thetrenur thereasury
treasury trenur t died at his home here today todayaged toda todaaged todayged
aged a ged 87 g years year He was stricken stri ken with withpneumonia withpneumonia withneumonia
pneumonia p last Friday and owing to tohis tohis tois
his i is extreme age he was wU unable to nil nilIr rnl ratFor i
Ir 1
IrFor For more than sixty years ers Mr r Botit Botitwejl Bodtell
wejl w ell has been in public publc lire Deglnning DeginninI t thusetta
his h is c career < reer as a lecturer at the age of
19 1 9 At 24 he was elected to the Massa Massachusetts assa ¬ I Ichusets
chusetts chusets e legislature and at 33 3 he lu was waschosen waschosen washosen
chosen c governor of the state stte Although Althoughelected Alhough Alhoughelected Althoughlected
elected e to these office ofce as a Democrat DemocratMr Democrt
Mr M r Boutwell Boutwel became active in the thegnizaton 6r 6rganizatiou Oranization
ganizatiou gnizaton g of the Republican Republcan party prt He Hewas HI Heas
was w as a personal peronal friend frend of President PresidentLincoln PresidentLlncon Presideniincoln
Lincoln LincolnMr L incolnMr
Mr Ir Boutwell Boutwel was an outspoken ab abolitionist aboltonist ablitionist ¬
I olitionist oltonist o He served sened in the national nationalhouse natonal natonali nationalouse
i house h ouse of representatives representatves from 1S62 to tcr I
i 1868 1 868 inclusive and was a member of ofI ol olthe r j jI
I I the te commission which reported the 14th 1th l4tltmendment
I I amendment a and conducted condu < ted the debate debatein debatpIin debatin
Iin I in i n the house He was secretary SeCreL1rJ of the thePric th thI th4coLb I
Pric Price < 25o
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j inet iet in t In n 1S7S Mr Boutwell Boutwel was elected electedtt eJect eJectto electedthe 1
t tt to > theTjnlted the Unifed States State senate where I r he lieserved hes herved
s served se rved for t f six years ear Mr lr Boutwell Boutel was wasamong wasamong wasmong
a among the most prominent opponents opponentsof
Qf the S Spanish nish war wa In fact tct so strong strongwas stn stnWS strongas
was as his conviction onYleton that after aCel war was wasdeclared ws wsdecar wasclared
declared decar de clared he left lef the Republican Republcn party partyand partyd
and an d with wih the te formation formaton ot the antiimriaiist antiim antiimperialist ntlm ntlmperaist ¬ I
perialist peraist pe riaiist league became its is president presidentwhich presidentwhich presidenthich
which w hich office ofc he held at the te time tme of his hisdeath hiseath
death deathMr deathlr d eath eathMr I
Mr lr Boutwell Boutwel was the author of books bookson bk booksn
on o < n politics poltc and an finances financesJUDGE financesJUDGE financesUDGE
N Not ot One of the te Articles Acles of Impeach Impeachment ipeach ipeachment Impeachment ¬
ment Secured Secued a Majority MajorityVote Mjort MajorityVote
Vote VoteWashington VoteVahlngon VoteWashIngton
Washington Vahlngon Feb 27 2 27The The senate senatesitting senatesittng senatetting
sitting sittng si tting as a court of Impeachment Impcchment for forthe forthe forhe
the t he trial tril for Charles Charle Swayne district districtjudge districtjudg districtdge
judge judg ju dge for the northern district of Flor Florida Flor ¬
ida Id Idtt a today acquitted him on all al of the thetwelve thetwelve theielve
twelve tt ielve articles artcles of impeachment brought broughtby brotght brotghtb broughty
by b y the house of representatives representaUo On Onnone 01 Oiione
none n one of the articles artcles was there even evenmjori a amajority
majority mjori m for conviction c although alhough it i re required re t tuired ¬
quired qlired g uired twothirds to convict conict The cbs closest cos cosest cbsst ¬
est e st vote was on the last lat article artcle the thecontempt t1e t1econtempt theontempt
contempt c case of W V C ONeal when whenthirtyfive whenthirtythe whenhirtyfive
thirtyfive t senators s voted guilty gUit and andfortyseven andfortyseven andortyseven
fortyseven f pot guilty snt while whie on two twoarticles twoartcle tworticies
articles artcle a only 01 thirteen thirten senators senato voted yote for forconviction forconvicton foronviction
conviction convicton c The voting yoUnt foe fOJ the most mostpart mos mOstart
part p art wa was on party lines lne though there therewas ter thereas
was wa w as not a strict alignment algment on any a ar article ardcle aride ¬
ticle t ide At the conclusion of the voting votingthe votii votiihe
the t he presiding preldin officer ofcer directed the secre secretary secreary ¬
tary taI t ary to enter an acquittal acquittl upon upn the therecords th threords theecords
records r and the court then adjourned adjournedwithout adjournedwithout adjournedithout
without w ithout delay delayJudge dely delyudge delayJudge
Judge Swayne was not in the senate senateduring senateduring senateuring
during d the roll rol calls cls but jn Jf the presi presidents presidents prosients ¬
dents d ents room just back of the cham chamber chambcr cbiarnar ¬
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