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SECTION J CTION ONE J fHE tIE SAST M3KE H3E3RALD SUNDAY JULY 1 1 1906 1 6 J t 3
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THROUGH DEPTHS DEPTHSTO DEPTHSTO
TO HIS DEATH DfATHf DEATHBillie
fBiItie Billie corn Cornell ell Joe Jockey k y Ac AcMr AccompHce Accompilceto
Mr f complice compilceto to Murder and andi andHFence andIP
i jr IP Fence for Thieves ThievesDIES ThievesDIES ThievesDIES
DIES CRYING FOR DRUGS DRUGSFAMILIAR DRUGSFAMILIAR DRUGSFAMILIAR
FAMILIAR CHARACTER ON THE THESTREETS THESTREETS THESTREETS
STREETS OF SALT LAKE LAKEf
4 f A dope fiend miserable de degraded degraded degraded +
+ graded and blackly hopeless died diedf diedIn diedIn +
+ f in the Salt Lake City jail last lastf lastnight lastnight +
+ f night from the effects of the drug drugfor drugfor drugfor +
+ for which he called almost with withIs + f
4 his Is death rattle Possessed of ofsome ofsome + f fsome
+ some naturalability natural abIlIty he mightf mightfhave might +
I + have won an honorable name and andprosperity andprosperity +
4 prosperity But drugs pulled him himsteadily himsteadily 4 4steadily
+ steadily down He was a jockey jockeyf +
1 + a thief an accomplice in a murf mur murdcI inurder +
4 der and a fence for criminals crIminalsHe + f
+ He reached greater and greater greater4depths greaterdepths + +
1 4depths + depths until he became too muchf much muchot muchof + +
4 + of a wreck to be even a thief Yet Yethe Yetho +
4 + he was possessed of some myste mysterlouR + f
4 + rioua source of wealth from which whichf whchhe +
4 f he drew dre for a dally supply of ofdrugs ofdrugs +
4 drugs The secret of this hidden hiddenfortune hiddenfortune +
4 fortune he carried to the last lastf lastHere lastHere +
+ f Here is the story of the life and anddeath anddeath +
4 death of this strange character characterwho characterwho + f
4 + who for years has attracted atten attentlon attentlon attention +
+ tlon on the streets of Salt Lake as asa asa +
+ a picture of utter degradation degradationBillie degradationt +
+ + + + t + 4 ± t + + + 4 t + 4 4Billie t + fJ fJ4BlIlfe + + + + + + +
Billie Cornell the hunchback dope dopefiend dopeflend dopefiend
fiend 33 years of age died begging for fordope fordope fordope
dope about 9 oclock oclccklast last night in inhis inhis inhis
his cell at the city jail For months monthsBillies monthsBillies monthsBillies
Billies tottering shuffling walk had hadgrown hadgrown hadgrown
grown feebler in his nightly trips to tothe tothe tothe
the drug store for cocaine morpllne morpllneand
and his only meal mealone one glass of malted maltedmilk maltedmilk maltedmilk
milk His bent wasted figure support supported ¬
ed by a cane was sheltered by night in insome insome insome
some dark doorway where he used the theneedle theneedle theneedle
needle In ongiJng u gilng in the streams of ofpleasure ofpleasure ofpleasure
pleasure In the daytime his favorite favoritehaunt favoritehaunt favoriteS
S haunt was as a dingy dilapidated dn pidated shack in inthe inthe Inthe
the rear of Victoria alley Orders were wereissued wereissued wereIssued
issued by Chief of Police George A ASheets ASheets ASheets
Sheets to bring Billie to the city jail jailwhere jailwhere jaIlwhere
where he could be given sme atten attention attention attention ¬
tion for humanitys sake Billie had hadoccupied hadoccupied hadoccupied
occupied his cell since Monday night nightMysterious nightMysterious nightMysterious
Mysterious Source ef Wealth WealthHis ViealthHis WealthHis
His career was tinged with crime crimefrom crimefrom crimefrom
from boyhood While a a messenger boy boyhe boyhe boyhe
he became addicted to the use of ofopium ofopium ofopium
opium He figured figur d In the Clarke mur murder murder inurder ¬
der case when he was 18 18years years of age ageand ageand ageand
and served sentence in the state indus industrial Industrial Industrial ¬
trial school sChaoFor For tw > seasons he rode rodeon rodeGIl rodeCu
on the California turf but dope dopeblighted Iopoblighted ope opebllgh
blighted bllgh ted his future Afterward he be became became became ¬
came a fence for thieves Mystery Mysterystill Mysterystill Mysterystill
still shrouds a cache of diamonds diamondswhich diamondswhich diamondswhich
which he had some years ago Some Somewhere Somewhere Somewhere ¬
where It is believed Billie had stored storedaway storeda storedaway
away a money with which he purchased purchasedhis
his dope He never begged on the thestreets thastteets thern thernstieets
streets and as he sank Into degrada degradation degradatlon degradation ¬
tion the light of day found him huddled huddledin
in his shack and in the cover of the thenight thenight thenight
night he sought his single meal and andnought andbought andbought
bought his dope dopeBillie dopeBillie dopeS
S Billie was born and brought up in int IniI1ilt InLake
iI1ilt t Lake His father died when he heis hewas
was was 1 is a child and his mother supported supportedlie
M the lie > family Billie was taken from from8chool fromschool fromschool
school when he was 12 years of age and andnas andas andwas
was as employed on the messenger force forceHis forceHis forceHis
His earnings went to his mother to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support her and the theothct other children childrenBJllie childrenuBlllIe childrenBillie
BJllie was a bright boy and was well wellliked welllIked wellliked
liked as a messenger On his errands errandshe errandshe errandshe
he learned of the wordly life of wicked wickedmen wickedmen wickedmen
men and wicked Ielced women Ths life en entered entered entered ¬
tered his while he was a messenger He Hecarried HecarrIed Hecarried
carried cards of hop from dive to todive todive todive
dive and loved its smell He smoked smokedon
on one occasion occasl n and soon contracted contractedthe
the t e habit This grew on him but It Itshowed Itshowed Ithoved
showed no effects effectsFigures effectsFigures effectsFiguresIn
Figures FiguresIn in a Murder MurderOne MurderOne MurderOne
One night In a hop joint where whereBillie whereBilIle whereBillie
Billie hit the tliepipe pipe he met two strang strangers strangers ¬
ers They sat about the same peanut peanutoil ve peanutOil nut
oil lamp and cooked their pills They Theysmoked Theysmoked Theysmoked
smoked until untllthey they reeked with the es ¬
sence of the poppy and then fell asleep asleepon
on a greasy bunk besides the theChinks th thChinks theChInks
I Chinks After sleeping off the thedreamy thedreamy thedreamy
dreamy dazy slumber they awakened awakenedin
in the early hours of the morning morningStrolling morningStro1lfng morningStrolling
Strolling about the city Long Tom TomBurdock TimBurdock TomBurdock
Burdock for that was the name of one oneof oneo oneof
of o his companions fixed up a highwaylohbtry highway highwayrobbery highwayI
robbery These crooks had followed a aman aman aman
I
man by b the name of Clarke e about the thecity thelty thecity
city lty and found that he was a wealthy wealthyrancher wealthyrancher wealthyrancher
rancher Clarke stopped at the WhiteHouse WhiteL White WhiteHouse
L House and plans were laid to catch catchhim catchhim catchhim
him The night following Clarke was wastaken wastaln wastakn
taken from the White House hotel in a ahack ahack ahack
hack OP x n urgent call He was driven drivento
J to AF p treet where Long Tom TomBi Tomm TomS
S Bi I nd another accomplice robbed robbedClarke robbedClarke robbedClarke
Clarke and beat him into unconscious unconsciousness ¬
ness He was left there to die and all allthe aUthe allthe
the trio succeeded in getting was 5 5Billie 5Billie 5I
Billie Burdock and their accomplice accomplicewere
I 1 were arrested and held Three months monthsafterwards monthsafterwards monthsafterwards
afterwards Clarke died and the men menwere menW menwere
were W lC held jor murder Long Tom Tomwas Tomwas Tomwas
was convicted and sentenced sent nced to serve serveten serveten serveten
ten years In the state prison Billie Billiewas Billiewas Billiewas
was under age and he was sentenced to toa toa toa
a term in the state Industrial school schoolTheir schoolTheir schoolTheir
Their accomplice whose whosename name Is not notknown notknown notknown
known escaped the law on some tech technicality technlca1ih technicality ¬
nicality nicalityLong nlca1ihIJ nicalityLong
Long IJ ng Tom served part of his term termbut termbut termbut
but escaped from the state prison In the thebreak th thbrcak tuebreak
break twelve years ears ago He H was heard hearrtof hearftor heardof
of again some five years ago in north northern northern northem ¬
ern em Montana and was supposed to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been connected with a train robbery on onthe onthe onthe
the Great Northern NorthernBecomes NorthernBecomes orthernBecomes
Becomes a Jockey JockeyBillie JockeyBillie I
Billie served his time at the reform reformschool reformschool 1 1school
school He braced up and during his histerm histerm histerm
term there studied hard He was un unable unable ¬ I Iable I
able to secure opium and the craving cravingso cravingI craving5Ofl
so 5Ofl In n stopped and he bad no desire for forthe forthe forthe
the drug After fter his release he went to toCalifornia toCallornla toCalifornia
California where he was employed emplo ed as asstable asstable asstable
stable boy bo on some string of horses horsesThe horsesThe horsesThe
The second season Billie rode in some someraces somcraces someI
races and his future on the turf was wasf wasright wasQrlght
I right it While knocking about the sta stawhere states sta11es
11es tes where some forms of dope are areon areused
1 used sed on horses Billies cravings cravlngswelc cravlngswelcncwcd were weresved werenewcd
f ncwcd sved and he longed for the dreamy dreamyitlon dream dreamsaU dreamysatbn
itlon saU n of the hop He contracted contractedhabit contractedtb
tb habit of using cocaine which re revlv reviv
vlv d 1 his hf respiration r invigorated his hisnerves hisnerves hisb hisnerves
b nerves made him flighty In the head headand headand
and then gave the dreamy after effects effectsdeadening effectsdeadening effectsdeadening
deadening his nerve centers centersBecomes centersBecomes centersBecomes
Becomes Fence for Thieves ThievesTwelve ThievesTwelve ThievesTwelve
Twelve years ago Bill returned to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLakeS
Lake He returned rctu ed to his old haunts hauntsIvin hauntshln hauntslying
Ivin lying with the Celestials on their theirbunks theirbunks theirbuuks
bunks where he slept sle t off the effects effectfJQf effectfJQfopium of ofonium ofopium
opium and used cocaine with a needle needleHe needleHe needleHe
He followed the races during the season in in3alt InSalt inf
f Salt Lake but his fence for thieves thievesmade thievesmade thievesS thievesmade
S made him a living Billy knew all the thecrooks thecrooks thecrooks
crooks who came to town and worked for forthem forthem forthem
them He sold solda a number numberof of diamonds and andsecretly andecretly andsecretly
secretly disposed of considerable jewelry jewelrya j
a
whichhadbeenstolen which had been stolen He had a cache cacheof cacheat cae caeof
of diamonds dl nonds some some years ago O and since sincethen sincethen sincethen
then Billy has never wanted wantedfordop for tdope tdopeDuring dope dopeDuring
During the last five tiv year his slavery to todrugs todrugs todrugs
drugs had been pitiful From hop he hewent hewent hewent
went to cocaine and used th the needle nee le con continually ¬
tinually Opium had no effect arid he hecraved her hecraved
craved r ved something stronger The effects effectsof fle < ts tsofcocane
I of ofcocane cocaine died out too fast to suit him himso himSo himgo
so he added add d morphine e to his habit For Forthreo FmtJtttny ForUin
threo tJtttny years ars he U32d us dlbout about sixty grains IHatnsof IHatnsofcocaine of ofcocaine ofcocaine
cocaine and morphine In a day His arms armswere armswere ariaswere
were swollen and covered with yawning yawningsores yawningores yawningsores
sores to which he fed dope The h use se cf cfthe crthe cfthe
the drugs paralyzed his spinal cord and andhis an anhis andhis
his bat baek > k < became weak He was unable to tostay tostay tostay
stay at his home and he wandered wanderedabouf wanderedabouflRss about aboutLess aboufLess
Less than U n two years ears ago his hi mother died diedShe diedShe diedShe
She was wasburied buried here It is said that t at his hissister hisslst hissistar
sister slst r cafje to Salt Lake to attend the thefuneral thefuneral thefuneral
funeral but But Billy Bm was not there He Hesaw lIesaw Hesaw
saw his mother only once In Inn a great greatwhile greatwhile greatwhile
while and ie did not know of her death deathuntil deathntfl deathvntll
until ntfl days dt > ys t lfterwarci fterward in a lucid l cld Interval IntervalFelt intervalFelt intervalFelt
Felt ReMorse for Wasted Life LifeBilly LifeBilly LifeBilly
Billy husllqd into a drug store on a awet awet awet
wet night not 110tmorc more than a month ago for
his usual amyunt am 1nt of cocaine and mor morphine morphine inorphine ¬
phine He asked aslt d for a hot ot malted milk
His weak bent figure shivered with chills chillsand c1iIlsand cbillsand
and his shrill voice trembled tr mbled As he sat at
humped hurnp < < d over on 01 the stool at the soda sodawater sodawater sodawater
water fountain Billy said saidThis saidThis saidThis
This Is a hard world to live In A Amans Amans Amans
mans got 90 per oent ent the best of It when
hes dead deadBilly deadBillY deadBilly
Billy you look almost the part of a
dead man said a bystander bystanderThats bystanderThats bystanderThats
Thats right Billy answered You uYouknow Youknow Youknow
know the other ot er morning I had ad a razor razorin razorin razorin
in my m hand and looked IO lJted ked into I to a piece of ofa ofa ofa
a broken mirror I put the blade to tomy my
throat but then I stopped stopp d tothhik tothhikYou to tothlnkYou think thinkYou
You had cold feet fee Billy queried a ahack ahack ahack
hack driver driverNot driverNot driverNot
Not much be replied r pUed This is a acruel acruel acruel
cruel world to live in But while you youare youare ou ouare
are here why not battle the d = thing thIngout thingout
I out Lifa LIf aint very long Ion after all and andthen andthen andthen
then thenBilly thenBilly thenBilly
Billy slipped from his hI stool He shut shuffled shutfledoer shutfled ¬
fled fledoer over to the door and nd looked out Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the cold and wet He stopped and raised raisedthe raisedthe raisedthe
the two boxes he had In his hand to tohis tohis tohis
his ear and shook them He rested on onhis onhis onhis
his cane and his body bodygradually gradually dropped droppedand droppedand droppedand
and drooped until his balance became becameuncertain becaIIouncertain becaniouncertain
uncertain Then as from a startled startleddream startleddream startleddream
dream he raised up his eyes eyesglistening glistening
He shook his boxes close to his ear earagain earagain earagain
again and pushed out the door into the thewet thewet thewet
wet wetBilly Billy got a cojd that night which set Bettied settled settied
tied on his lungs He grew weaker and andhe andhe andhe
he went to sleep In the doorways and andhad andhad andhad
had to be led by another dope fiend fiendto fiendto fiendto
to the drug store to get his malted milk milkand mIlkand milkand
and drugs
drugsJail Jail His Last Home HomeHe HomHe HomeHe
He was in thjs condition when Police PoliceOfficer PoUceOftlcer PoliceOfficer
Officer Nick Gulbranseh picked him up upon upon upon
on Second Southland South and Main streets str ets He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was loaded Into the patrol wagon wa on and andtaken andtaken andtaken
taken to Jail He was sentenced to tothirty tothirty tothirty
thirty days and Dr Samuel G Paul was wasattending wasattending wasattending
attending him Billy was allowed some somedope somedope somedope
dope out only enough to keep kee 1 him himalive himalive himalive
alive From head to foot he was a mass massof massof massof
of ulcerated sores Inflamed and swollen swollenthese swollenthese swollenthese
these sores pulsated with pain and his hissystem hissystem hissystem
system cried for dope Then helay he la in inhis inhis inhis
his cell almost unconscious His mind was wasdead wasd wasdcad
dead d ad and his sores stepped tantalizing
him He had a convulsion yesterday aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon and it was known death was near nearmilk nearHe nearHe I
He rallied afterward asking for malted maltedmilk t
milk and In his dying moments cried for fordope fordop fordope
dope dopeHis dopHis dopeHis
His wasted body was taken to ODon ODoniells ODonICUS ODontells
tells undertaking parlors and will be pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared for burial The services will be held heldtoday heldtoda heldtoday
today toda
OF COLLEGE CONSOLIDATIO CONSOLIDATIOCOLLEGE CONSOLIDATIOCOLLEGE CONSOLIDATIOCOLLEGE
COLLEGE CONSOLIDATION CONSOLIDATIONContinued CONSOLIDATIONContinued
Continued from Page 1 1five 1tfve 1five
five acres In Greenville north of Logan Loganand Loganand Loganand
and has had to buy six acres more
< 24 In maintaining these two schools schoolsseparately schoolsseparateh schoolsseparately
separately the cost per capita is too t o high highfor highfor highfor
for the state to afford The rate for forcollege forcolleg forcollege
college students at atthe the University of Utah UtahJs Utahs Utahis
Js s 27469 and al1dat at the Agricultural College
111743
25 5 It will be better for the Normal Normalschool Normalschool Normalschool
school if its students studentsean can get a course courseIn courseIn courseIn
In agriculture to help heipwork work out the na national nlti national ¬
tional ti nal idea In the convention of normal normalworkers normalworkers normalworkers
workers in Louisville In January 1906 1906Would 1906Would 1906Would
Would Help Agriculture
26 It would be better for agriculture agricultureto
to have the teachers of the state pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared to disseminate this line of work workamong workamong workamong
among the masses massesu
u 27 l7 7 Some of the greatest men in agri agricuture agriculture agricuiture
culture as well as in other lines urge urgecombination urgecomb1natton urgecombination
combination comb1nattonU28
U28 28 It is shown by the State School of ofMines otMines ofMines
Mines that consolidation is1 is1cheaper i cheaper It Itcosts Itcosts Itcosts25cD0
costs costs25cD0 25000 to run that school with theUniversity the theUniversity theUniversity
University while to run it separately on onan onnnlndependent onan
an Independent site with the present ef efficiency e eflcJency eficiency ¬
ficiency it would cost 69000 besides 250
000 in buildings
29 It t is isslJown shown by the State Normal Normalschool Normalschool NormalchooI
school that consolidation Is cheaper To Toconduct Toconduct ToconduQt
conduct this school combined with the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University costs the state 26000 separate separatemaintenance se arate aratemaintenance aratemaintenance
maintenance with present presentefficienc efficiency would wouldcoat wouldcost wouldcost
cost 65000 65000besidesexpense besides expense of buildings buildingsSO
SO In fifteen years ears the state will save savemore savemore savemore
more than 1000000 and the work will be bebetter better behetter
better tter done
31 In collecting libraries museumsand museumsandapparatus museums and andapparatus andapparatus
apparatus it is cheaper to furnish one oneschool oneschool oneschool
school than two
Conclusion ConclusionIn
In closing the commission In accord accordance acc01dance accordance ¬
ance with the law creating it itha8 has found foundI
1 That there Is duplication In the Ag Agricultural AgrIcultural Agricultural ¬
ricultural College and the University of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah much muchot of which is unnecessary in ina Ina Ina
a course and subjects W b apparatus apparatusand
and equipment C t instructional service serviced servicd
d scope and purpose
2 That this duplication Is expensive expensiveinvolving expensiveinvolving expensiveInvolving
involving needless cost running into many manythousands manythousands manythousands
thousands of dollars as specified in this thisreport thisreport thisreport
report
3 We recommend to the electors of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this state the desirability and consider considering considerIng considering ¬
ing the future fut re the necessity of amend amending amendIng amending ¬
ing the constitution of the state Section
4 Article 10 10l so that where whereit it now pro provides proyldes provides ¬
vides for thd separate maintenance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the University and the Agricultural Col College College Colloge ¬
lege it shall provide for their mainte maintenance maintenance maintenance ¬
nance on one pile pileAppended siteAppended ite iteAppended
Appended to the report are letters fa favorlns favoring favoring
voring consolidation from many educa educators educators educatom ¬
tors throughout the country countrywho who were wereaskrd wereaskNl wereasked
asked to express press opinions concerning con consolidation consolidation consolidation ¬
solidation solidationFOR solidationFOR solidationFOR
FOR PRESENT STATUS STATUSReasons STATUSr STATUSReasons STATUSReasons
r
Reasons Advanced Advan d by Messrs Bullen Bullenand Bullenand Bullenand
and Walters Report ReportThe ReportThe ReportThe
The minority report favoring the exist existMesars exlstinb existing
inb status prepared and submitted b bMessrs by byMessrs
Messrs Bullen BuU n and Walters declares that thatonly thatonly thatonly
only in the past ten years ear has higher edu education education education ¬
cation departed to any great extent from fromtion fromgeneral fromgeneral
general lines and that particular atten attention attention
tion has been paid to technical courses coursesIt
It l Is urged that the last legislature le slature ei eiacted en encted enacted
acted a law lawforJld forbidding lng the university to tooffer toofter tooffer
offer courses in agriculture agrlculturedomestfc domestic sci science stlcnce adence
ence and irrigatiOn irrlgat on The report charac characterizes charncterlzes charactenses ¬
tenses the Agricultural college colH ge as a fed federalstate federalstate federalstate ¬
eralstate institution owing to the fact factthat factthat factthat
that In Its strictly agricultural and in industrial Industrlal Industrial ¬
dustrial branches brand e8it it receives aid from the thefederal theiederal thefederal
federal government governmentIn
In establishing the Agricultural college collegeit
it is asserted the fce territorial legislature legislatureand
and the constitutional convention accept accepted ¬
ed the terms lard down own by the federal gov government government government ¬
ernment In order to receive this support supportand supportand supportand
and pledged the faith of Utah that the theprovisions theprovisions theprovisions
provisions would be carried out faith faithU faithQuotes faithfully faithfully
fully U S
Quotes Senator Scnat r Morrill MorrillThe MorrillThr MorrillThe
The repQrt quotes Senator Morrill au author author iuthor ¬
thor of one of the th acts bestowing federal federalaid federalaid federalaid
aid upon agricultural colleges as assaying assayingthat saying sayingthat sayingthat
that the purpose ptlrposeof p rj5ose ofcongress congress was to offer offeran otteran offeran
an opportunity in every evel stats for the es establishment estab1lshment establishment ¬
tablishment of an agricultural agrlculturalanrlme agrlculturalanrlmehanlcal and me mechanical raeehanical ¬
chanical college and to afford an oppor opportunity opportunhy opportunity ¬
tunity for a more liberal and larger edu education educltlon education ¬
cation for larger largernumbersnotmerety numbers not merely to tothose tothose tothose
those destined to sedentary occupations occupationsbut
but to those needing ne dlng higher Instruction Instructionin
in the dl worlds business businessThe buSinessThe buSinessThe
The report declares that the legislature legislatureof
of 1890 established manual m nual training trainingcourses trainingCOUrse3 trainingcourses
courses and courses in the mystic m stlc arts artsNo artsNo artsNo
No new courses it Is asserted have beep beepestablished beep6stabllshcd beepestablish
established d since that hat time At present presentbaccalaureate presentbaccalaureate presentbaccalaureate
baccalaureate courses cour es are offered off cd In ag agrIculture ag agriculture allriculture ¬
riculture domestic dom stlc science commerce commercecivil commercecivil commercecivil
civil engineering mechanical engineering ingineerinpand
and general sen ral science and high school schoolcourses schoolcourses schoolcourses
courses In domestic arts commerce agri agriculture agrIculture agriculture ¬
culture and mechanical arts artsThe artsThe artsThe
The last legislature it Is pointed out outforbade outforb outforbade
forbade forb de the Agricultural 6 icuIturalcilIee college lto toxoffer toxoffercourses tooffercourses affer affercourses
courses in engineering and those courses c iirjies
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are now limited only to these who took tookthem tookthem tookthem
them up before the thewlawwas wlawwas law was passed In Inview Invlrw Invfrw
view of these facts It is asserted that thatboth thatboth thatboth
both the university and the i college coile e are arestrictly arestr arestrictly
strictly str tly within the provisions of the law lawTne lawTl1e lawT1e
Tne report declares that careful examina examination examlnlt10n examination ¬
tion hows that whatever the destlnctlve destlnctlvecourses destlnctlvecQUl1es destinctivecourses
courses In the twolnstltutl two institutions ns there js jsanunavoidable jsan isanunavoidabie
anunavoidable an duplication of a alarge large por portion portion portion ¬
tion of general generaland and basic work
Duplication Not an Evil EvilThe Evilt EvilThe
The report asserts that duplication duplicationTvhich duplIcationnhichcannot duplicationhfch
Tvhich nhichcannot hfch cannot be avoided and that is most mostexpensive mostxpensive mostexpensive
expensive Is a duplication of course rather ratherthan ratherthan ratherthan
than of subject and relates to the re respective respective respectlve ¬
spective fields that should be occupied by
thse two institutions institutionsThe institutionslhe institutionsThe
The report challenges an argumentmade argumentmadeby
by b President Pre l ent Kingsbury to o the effect that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the saving by consolidation consoli ation would be 469 1 1421p
421p 421 p per > r annum It asserts erts that thatthe th entire entiresalary entiresalary entiresalary
salary list of the Agricultural college Is Islessthan Isless isless
lessthan less than the amnunt President t Kings Kingsbury K1ngsbury Kingsbury
bury says would be saved The report de declares decl decIars
clares cl res that it is absurd to contend that thatconsolidation thatconoUdation thatconlIdation
consolidation under any circumstances circumstanceswould clroumstapceswould ciroumstapceswould
would save ave more than the present cost costof costof costof
of maintaining r 1 intarning the Agricultural college collegeIt
It t Is also averred that the saving on onequipment onuipment onequipment
equipment of tle two institutions would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be merely nominal thatall that all necessary necessaryequipment necessaryequlpmen necessaryequipment
equipment on 0 tlje two jnstitutipns that thatwill thawill thatwHl
will be needed need d for a number of years ears Is Isnqw IsnQw isnow
nqw on hand and that the sale of > excess excessequipment excessequipment excessequipment
equipment in the event twentot of consolidation consolidationwould con cOnsolidationwould oUdatlon oUdatlonwould
would be merely mer ly nominal nominalClasses nominalClasses nominalClasses
Classes Are Too Large LargeReturning largeReturning LargeReturning
Returning to duplication of courses of ofstudy ofstudy ofstudy
study the reportasserts report asserts that the theory theoryof theOryotsaving
of otsaving paving by b consolidation is based on the theerroneous theerroneous theerroneous
erroneous theory that all the worjk worlkrep worlkrepresented rep represented represented ¬
resented by duplication cduld be handled handledin
in a combined Institution without addi additional additional additional ¬
tional assistance As a matter of fact factIt factIt factIt
It Is asserted most of the classes repre represented represen represented ¬
sented sen ed b by duplication are now of such suchsize suchsize suchsize
size that they the could not be handled by bya byaforce a aforce aforce
force of teachers teach rs such Is now required reQuir d by bya
a single Institution InstitutionThe Instit InstithtionThe tlon tlonThe
The djssjenters assert that the greatest greatestpossible greatestpossible greatestpossible
possible saving from abolishing duplica duplication duplication duplication ¬
tion in view of the present size of the theclasses theclasses theclasses
classes wouldbe would be only 71S3 per pc annum annumEnormous annumEnormous annumEnormous
Enormous Loss to State StateTaking Statelaklng StateTaking
Taking up U the abandonment abandon ent of thepres thepresent ¬
ent college c lle e site the report avers that such sucha sucpa
a policy would Involve a tremendous tremendousfinancial tremendousfinancial tremendousfinancial
financial loss to the thestate state It would work worka
a a forfeiture it Is contended of approx approximately approximatelY approximately ¬
imately 35tQOO worth of < > f property at Lo Logan Logan Logan ¬
gan and that the cqst for new buildings buildingsat
at the theunlvcrslt university would be at least 125000 125000The 125OOOThe 125000The
The report asserts that in other otherstat states stateswhere statcswhere s sw
where w ere consolidation com lidatlon has been tried It has hasproven hasproven hasproven
proven unsatisfactory u latlsCactor and that In a ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of states separate institutions are aremaintained aremaintained aremaintained
maintained maintainedTheir maintainedTheir S STheir
Their Recommendations RecommendationsThe Recomm ndations ndationsThe
The signers of of the therepQrt report make makethe the fol following 101lowing 01 ¬
lowing 10 wfn recommendations recommendationsFirst recQmmendaUonsFlrst S
First prescribe the field to be occu occupied occupied occupledby ¬
pied pledby by each Institution limiting litnitingthe thedis thedistinctive the die distinctive dietinctive ¬
tinctive work of each institution to cer certain certaindepar cerlain ¬
lain taindepar departments meAts so as to prevent dupli duplication duplIcation dupilcation ¬
cation as much as s possible possibleSecond possl possibleSecond le leSeGond
Second determine the proportion of ofstate ofstate ofstate
state revenues that can consistently be bedevoted bcdevoted bedevoted
devoted = to higher education educationThird educationThird educatlo educatloThird
Third determine e the proportion n of the theamount theamount theamount
amount available for higher education educationthateach educationthat educationthat
thateach that each institution rtis is entitled to toFourth toFourth toFourth
Fourth make a statutory levy l vy per permanently pe peman perm ¬
manently man m nnitly tly appropriating In the form of a amill amill amill
mill tax to cover appropriation PJ > roprlatiol1 for mam mamtenance main maintenan
tenance telan e buildings and all purposeswhat purposeswhatsoever ¬
soever soeverFurther 5oeveFurther soeverFurther
Further we favor the elimination clhnlnationo clhnlnationothe of ofthe ofthe
the preparatory work of the University Universityof Unherslt Unhersltot
of Utah in inorder order that the theuroversity university unlversitymay unlversitymaybe may maybe may maybe
be placed on a purely college basis basisLocated basisLocated basisLocated
Located by Constitution ConstitutionFinally ConstitutionFlnnlly ConstitutionFinally
Finally article 10 section 4 1 of the theconstitution theconstftutton tlieconstitution
constitution of the state stateof of Utah provides provMesthe providesthe
the location and establishing by existing
laws of the University of Utah and the theAgricultural theAgricultural theAgricultural
Agricultural college are hereby con confirmed confirmed confirmed ¬
firmed and all the rights immunities immunitiesfranchises Immunitiesfranchises immunitiesfranchises
franchises and endowments heretofore heretoforegranted heretoforegranted heretoforegranted
granted or conferred are hereby perpet pefpetuated perpetuated perpetuated
uated unto said university andAgricul andAgricultural and Agricul Agricultural Akricultural ¬
tural college respectively respectively1In
In conclusion conclusionthc the report says saysIn saysIn saysIn
In our opinion taking Into considera consideration consideratlonthat consideration ¬
tion tlonthat that the two Institutions are here hereand herand herdand
and that the th question Is not one of first firstimpressions firstimpressions fIrstimrcssions
impressions and that th t conditions are mot motthe motthe inotthe
the sameasthough the questlpncould que tlpncould be beconsidered b bconsider bOconsidered
considered d was theunlqno thq unlQnof uniQn of twoproposed twoproposedschools two proposed proposedschools proposedschools
schools no such emergency exists at this thistlms thistlm thistimp
tlms as would demand the extraordinary extraordinaryremedy extraordlraryremed extraordinaryremedy
remedy remed proposed by b the majdrity In the thedetermination thedetermination thedetermination
determination of this question questionDR questionDR
1 1DR
DR CONDONS VIEWS VIEWSHe VIEWHe VIEWSHe
He Favors Two Twos Schools hools With lOn lOnBoard 0ne 0neBoard On OnS
S S Board and One OnePresident OnePresidentDrA President PresidentDrA PresidentDr
DrA Dr A S Condon ondon of Ogden who WhOdis WhOdissents die dissents diesents ¬
sents In part from the views expressed expressedIn express d dinT
In inT both > oth other reports says sas in In pan panFirst partFirstTo paitFirstTOdlsmantle
First FirstTo FirstTOdlsmantle To dismantle the tb Agricultural AgriculturalCollege AgrietilturajCollege
College atLogan at Logan and bring ittoSalt ittoSaltLake it to t Salt SaltL SaltLdke
Lake L ke City Would compel a change of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the state constitution This will require requiremore requiremore requiremore
more than two years pf time which whichalone whlcbalone whichalone
alone Is an importantfactor important factor in a ques question question question ¬
tion that demands immediate action but butthis butthis butthis
this may be forestalled d by the governor governorconvening governorconvcning governorconvening
convening the legislature at once once In Ineither Inefthercase ineither
either efthercase case several thousand dollars will willbe Willbe villbe
be spent 8pentfuUleI futllely in fact wasted be because because because ¬
cause it will go for undoing tindoin something
instead of building up something somethlngHn vln any anyevnt any anyevlmt anyevnt
evnt the vote to amend aen the constitu constitution com5Ututlo cOnltlturtion ¬
tion tlo may may not n t carry carrYat at all a aha d we W will willfind wuifind wilLfind
find ourselves ourseh s no better b tter offthiui off offth than ri we e arc arcnow nr nrnow iircnow
now and moreover th the campaign can palgn that thatwill thatwill
will ensuewill ensue will not end at the th polls pollsmay pollsh
h re 1s not a child living today that
may even hope to see the end and ef effect etfectoflt effeet ¬
feet fectoflt fectofltSecpndThe of It ItSecond itSecondThe
Second SecpndThe The United States in the en enabling enabling enabling ¬
abling act actb1al1ted granted 200000 200OOQacres acres of landand land landand landaild
and JWOQO 4 cashannually 1toetabIl to establish h and andmaintalnHhe andm hd hdma1ntalnthe
maintalnHhe m hitainthe Asrl Agricultural lturalColJeg College of ofUfuh ofUt Utah h
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Now if its identity as a an n agricultural agriculturalcollege aSTlculturalcQUete agriculturalcQilege
college be in the lest led t disturbed if the thecollege thecollege thecollege
college be bedefIectl deflected > d from Its specific pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose and it becomes an au appendix to an another another another ¬
other institution of whatsoever charac character char character > c cter ¬
ter it follows that the land and the an annuity annult annuity ¬
nuity nult may be forfeited but not to the thestaler thesta thestatebut
staler sta statebut ebut but to totbe the government that do donated donated donated ¬
nated and ordained ord lned them for a given givenpurpose givenpurpose givenpurpose
purpose
Cant Get Gef Land Here HereThird HereThirdIt HereThirdIt
Third ThirdIt It is not practicable to procure procureadequateand procureadequate procureadequate
adequateand adequate and suitable suitableacreage acreage for experi experimental expetimntal experimental ¬
mental and other purposesin purposes In close prox ¬
imity to the State University which hich is ispractically ispractlcaUy ispractically
practically inthe in theheart the heart of alarge a large city
the land in sufficient quantities s Is not notavailable notaal1 notavailable
available aal1 ble In one bpdy without being more moreor moreor moreor
or less remotefrom remote from the students col college college collegs ¬
lege home and the scene of his studies studiesandthis studiesand studiesand
andthis and this alone al ne would be a serious han handicap handicap handicap ¬
dicap to air connected with the Institu Institution institui ¬ I
tiOll tiOllHAs
tionAs
HAs As to the report of the minority mlnorihI 1
have tosay to say that I have not been asked askedto
to share sha1 > the th confidence of the gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentlemeaT ¬
men wh who willprepare will preparelt prepare it but 1 suppose supposethat supposethat supposethat
that they will wiHmaintaln maintain that It remain remainwhere remainwhere remainwhere
where it now is i with some modifica modifications modifications modifications ¬
tions of o the curriculum currip lum and possibly PQssl l of ofsome ofBomeothermatters ofsome
some Bomeothermatters other matters of minor Importance ImportanceBut ImportanceBut
But thIs will not cure curethe the thecQndiUbns conditions it itwill itwill itwill
will only act as as a placebo for the present presentemergencyand presentemergel1CYand presentemergency
emergencyand emergency and year iear after year e r there will willbe willbe
be a periodical recrudescence recrudes cen ce of the trou trouble tr trouble ou ouble ¬
ble which is s now well nigh intolerable intolerableAs
As A for me I can see > but bu one way out outof outof outof
of the complex situation and there must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be found a way because the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege AgriculturalcOllege Akrlculturiitcollege
college and ahclthe the university unrversit should dease dase ase to tobe tobe tobe
be what they the now are namely rival In Institutions insUtutfons institutions ¬
stitutions injuring Inj ring each other oth r to the det detriment detriment detriment ¬
riment of both a break on the car of ofeducational ofeducaUpnal ofeducational
educational progress a 11 scandal to the thestate thestate thestate
state and a humiliation to the friends friendsand friendsand riendsand
and patrons of the respective resp cU e colleges collegesLet col1egesLet collegesLet
Let the College Stay StayBoth St StayBothof y yuBQth
Both Bothof of these should h uld he united in one onecorpprate onecorporate onecorporate
corporate body with one president presid nt and aridone andone andone
one board boar1of of regents in short both bothshouldbe bothshould bothshould
shouldbe should be upnder up deI one on management managementThe
The Agricultural college shpuld re remain rematnwhere remain ¬
main matnwhere where itis It Is at Logan as fixed by bythe bythe bythe
the state constitution constit tlcm and the University Universityof
of Utah at Salt Lake City CIt where wh rc it was wasalso wasalso wasalso
also fixed by the state constitution constitutionThere constitutionjherc constitutionThere
There should be be a distinct istinct corps of ofprofessors ofprofe ofprofessors
professors profe sors for each Institution and they theyshould theyshOlid theyshould
should be selected se cted and employed ernplo ed and their theirsalaries theirsl theirsiilaries
salaries sl larH 9 established by the hoard oard oC re regents regents regents ¬
gents gentsWhenever gentsWhen Whenever When yer there shall shatIarise arise any ques question question question ¬
tion as to what whatpartfcullr particular subject or orbranch orbr orbranch
branch br nch of learning should be taught In Inthe IIith Intht
the th one or the other institution the Uieboard Uieboardof theboardof board boardof
of regents should settle the question as asto as asto asto
to where the same shall be taught and andthelr andthell andtheiideciicsi
thelr theiideciicsi decision should be final finalThe CinalThe finalThe
The board of regents should consist of ofa ofa ofa
a member from each of the thejudi Judicial ialdis ialdist dis districts districts ¬
tricts t lcts except the Salt Lake Lhkedisttictwhich Lhkedisttictwhichb district which whichbecause whichbecause
because b cause of its Importance when com compared cornpared ¬
pared to others should have two The Thegovernor THegoernor Thegovernor
governor should be ex offIcio president of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the board it and should be appointed by bythe bythe bythe
the governor In the usual way wa The Thcm mem members mernhers 1 1bels
hers of the board should be divided l ns nsnearly n nnearly asnearly
nearly as possible equally between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two political pOliUcnlparties pOliUcnlpartiesMYSTERY parties partiesMYSTERY
1 1MVSTERV
MYSTERY OF OFTHE THE TH DESERT EDESERTBY DESERTBY
BY WILLIAM WILLI ASi M MCLURB GOTWALDT GOTWALDTInspired GOT GOTWALDTInspired ALDT ALDTInspired
Inspired by the painting by H L A AS ACulmer
Culmer CulmerFlat CulmerFJatstale S SFlat
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Flat FJatstale stale unprofitable is isThe isThe isThe
The past pastdenuded denuded bare and plane planeWJiat plarieVhat planeViiat
WJiat gusts usts of passion wore away the thesoil theo
S soil soilWhere soilWhere o f 1 1Wh
Where Wh re flowers flowers uplifted and where verd verduie
lire waved wavedWhat wa WavedWhat ved vedWhat
What storms erosive bore upon their theirfloods theirfJbOds
5 floods floodsThe fJbOdsThe S SThe
The homes Ambitionbuilt Amb tlonbuilt where whe e Fancy
dwelt dweltThese dweJtThese dweltThese
These monoliths arise from out the drear drearDead drearDead drearDead
Dead desolation desolationpast past abode of all allThfe aUjhemlnd allThemirsd
Thfe jhemlnd > mlnd creates and andrecr anderecreates recreates ates in blush blushOf blushOtouth blushOf
Of Otouth youth youthNow
Now passes pa ses all save ave memory memoI memoIAnd
And recollection brings a dull deep d p pain painWhile painWhile painWhile
While gazing at the he earth e rth beneath ones onesfeet onesfe onesfeet
feet feetBut fe feetBut t tBut
But look upon tho skies What see ye yetlfere yetIfere yethere
there tlfereRemove tIfereRemove thereRemovetlie
Remove Removetlie the scales Stand manlike in the theglow theglow theglow
glow glowOf glowOt S S
Of that beyond above aboveThe aQo alpoveS e eThe
S The mystery mysteryOf mysteryOfdeserLw
Of OfdeserLw desert desertwdsta waste ste and 5ndwast waste of heart alike alikeComes alikeComes alikeComes
Comes clear and nd sunlit sunlitkrowledgeas krowledgeas klowl dge as we weSCO Wesee wesee
see SCOErosions seeErosions seeErosions
Erosions benedictions on the far farOff farOff farOff
Off plain t > lain
plainThere plainT
There T here smiling fields outspread outspreadThe OutspreadThe utspreadThe
The giftof gift giftoflcveledmountains S giftoflcveledmountainsS fl leveled veledmountalns veledmountalnsThus mountains mountainsThus
Thus so o passThe pass passThemysteries passTliemy6terles
Themysteries The myaterie3 of jour ourUv lives s but to become becomeThe becomerhe becomeThe
The open secrets secr ofanoUier age ageAnd ageAnd ageAnd
And what wh t we lose is boon to those tho e who whocoihe whocori1 whOS
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Miss Maud Adams is having a car carconstructed carconstructed carconstructed
constructed for her own use during her herfrequent herfrequent herfruent
frequent tours and when completed Itwill it itwill itwill
will be unique in railroad rolling stock stockIt BtockIt stockIt
It will combine cQm Ine a flat flatcomplete complete as any anyhome anyhome anyhome
home home on wheels can be a small the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre dressing rooms and everything everythingcomplete everythingcomplete everythingcomplete
complete even to the scenery It would wouldappear wouldappear wouldappear
appear that the fairyland dream of the thewinsome thewinsome thewinsome
winsome little actress who plays Pe IPeter Pcter Peter ¬
ter Pan is indeed coming true trueReference trueRefertnce trueReference
Reference to the detailed plans at the thetop thetop thetop
top of the cut shows th the j car as it will willappear willappear willappear
appear with the flat its kitchen dining diningrocm dIningrocm diningrocm
rocm bath parlor and bedroom then thenthe thenthe thenthe
the theatre with the ingenious ar arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
rangement of grooves for scenery its itslimelight itslimelight itslimelight
limelight and stage stageThe stageThe stageThe
The car will be invaluable for the re rehearsal rehearsal rehearsal ¬
hearsal of parts while Miss Adams Adamscompany Adamscompany Adamscompany
company is en tour It will be ready readyand r rOadyand ady adyand
and placed in commission by next au autumn autumn autumn ¬
tumn tumnW tumnRAILROADS tumnRAILROADS
RAILROADS ARE AREHfLPING AREHELPINGNEVADA
HELPINGNEVADA HELPINGNEVADAWi HfLPING NfVADA NfVADAw
W Wi M Gotwaldt of Carson City CitySays CitySays CitySays
Says Future of Sagebrush SagebrushState Sagebrushstate SagebrushStatels
State Statels Is Bright BrightCENSUS BrightCENSUS BrightSHOWS
CENSUS SHOWS GROWTH GROWTHRIVERS GROWTHRIVERS GROWTHRIVERS
RIVERS ARE FURNISHING POW POWER powER POWER ¬
ER FOR FORAtL ALL PURPOSESYlL PURPOSES PURPOSESWM PURPOSESW1E
WM Golwaldtof Gotwaldt of Carson City Nev
is visiting in Salt Lake He is editor of ofthe oftheCarfOn ofthe
the theCarfOn Carson City News cws and the Progres Progressive progresslve Progressive ¬
sive West In speaking sp tklng of the prosperi prosperity ¬
ty of Nevada and a d the railroad building
going on there Mr Gotwaldt said saidIn saidIn saidIn
In 1900 the population of Nevada was
42000 The present census shows it to
be 85000 From the present rate of in increase increase increase ¬
crease crease when whe lthe the next next national census cmsuIs
is taken in Nevada will not be at the
foot of the list of states in population
There are many Influences working for fora fora
a greater Nevada Among these is the thegovernment thegoverl1ment thegovernment
government reclamation project On Ontho 011the Onthe
the TruskeeCarson project 3000000
has bean be n spent spentand and there will be 5000
000 more expended exp nded before the undertak ¬
ing is 13c completed It will put 60000 acres acresof acresof
of desert land under cultivation Ex Excellent Excellent Excellent ¬ I
cellent progress is being made In the
harnessing of the waters of Nevada I
The Truckee river In a course of offltty fifty I Itwo
two miles flowing from Lake Tahoe to
Pyramid lake falls 2000 feet and can canproduce canroducE
produce roducE 22000 horsepower There are arestations arestatfo11s arestatioha
stations at twelve different points on
the river producing over 12000 horse horsepower horsepower horsepower ¬
power These Th se have played a great part
in the development of the state Many Manymills Man ManmilIs Manymills
mills and small mining camps depend dependon
on them entirely for a source of power powerThe powerlhe power powerThe
The progress on the other rivers riversis is s not notas notBS notas
as great The Owenriver Owen river furnishes furni es a asupply asupply asupply
supply of 5000 horsepower A number numberof
of projects are on foot to erect power powerstations powerstations powerstations
stations on th the Carson and andrtvers Walker Walkerrivers 1Valkerr1er8
rivers at considerable expense expenseNine Expen expenseNine e eNine
Nine Roads Building BuildingThe
The railroad situation was never nevermore nevelmore nevermore
more promising There Th re are arenne nine roads roadsunder rOQJsu roadsun1er
under u er actual construction and others otherscontemplated othersContemplated
contemplated co emplaedTne The most impcrtant impc 1tant is isthe Isthe isthe
the Western Pacific This will be a big
factor in the prosperity of Nevada
two years years it will be able to com compete compete cornpete ¬
pete with the th Southern Pacific and andSalt andSaltLae andSaltLake Salt SaltLake
Lake route It is helping the th districts districtsit di trJcts trJctsit
it traverses especially espech lIy Lincoln couknty coukntywhere cou coupty couptywhere l1ty l1tywhere
where new claims Ire re being worked workednight work d dnlgt
night and day da Qld claims are again
inlns the confidence qnfjdence of the investors investorsThe fnvestorsThe investorsThe
The longneglected district on the th east
of the Sierras south outhof of Carson City Citywill Citywill
will ilI be helped heip d bythe by the extention of the
ni Truckee of which eighteen eighteenmiles etght en 1 1miles
miles has been completed c The South Southern Southern Southem ¬
ern em Pacific Pa lflc is throwing up dirt en n its itsbranch itsbranch itsbranch
branch from Hazen to Fallon which whichmay whIchmay whichmay
may reach r ach Tonopah Two other roads roadsunder roadsunder roadsunder
under construction conrtru tion are the Borax Smith Smithfrom Smithfrom Smithfrom
from the south and the Tonopah TonopahGoldfield TonopahGoldfield TonopahGoidfleld
Goldfield from the thpnorth north Of particular particularinterjest paMlcularintcJest prttticulariflterftst
interjest to Utah is tiie construction of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the line frOm fr m Cobre to Ely the center centerof centerof centerof
of the tl1erecl reclamation mation district and a sup supply supply up upply ¬
ply point for many mall camps c mps Con Constrjuctlon Constr Constrtlcition
strjuctlon str tlon on the N O O railway into intoOregon IntoOi intoOlon
Oi Oregon ton has also begun b gun This will add adda
a a vast v st territory to the tributaries to toReno toReno toRenO
Reno RenOS
S Finds Made Constantly ConstantlyTHe
THe Tli history of the mining develop development developm developmeOt ¬
ment m ilt in Nevada has been recorded for fort forliepait forthepat
t liepait lie past four fou fouyearsut years but ut it is always in ¬
teresting Not half the truth has been beentold beentold beentold
told about the wonderful resources of oftho oftho ofthe
tho mineral wealth w alth of ofNevttda N Nevada ev da simply simplybecause simplyoeause simplybecause
because it has hasnot not been discovered This ThisIs ThisIs Thisis
Is evident evl entfrom from the authenticated re reports reports reports ¬
ports of offtnds finds coming In from rom every sec section section seetion ¬
tion constantly In many instances the thelone thtlone thelone
lone prospector is followed back to camp campby cn campby mp mpby
by hoards of goldseekers oldseekersas as soon as he hoobtains heobtains heobtains
obtains hs assay certificates Then Thencities ThenciUes Thencities
cities spring up as If by magic First Firstthe Firstthe Firstthe
the hunters of wealth have a starry starrycanopy starrycanop starrycanopy
canopy for their toot then tents tot followed 101lowed totlowed ¬
lowed by rought shantes which arE artsoon arEsoon aresoon
soon replaced by tyhQtels hqtels and nd substantial substantialoffice substantiaoffice substantialoffice
office buiiJings bul Jlngs Nevada merits the title titleof titlcof titleof
of the th state of opportunities ofopportunIUeslAST opportunitiesLAST opportunitiesLAST
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all works for her incompetence Look Lookat Lookat
at the smudge on the tablecloth ta1 > lecloth look lookat lookat I
at the fireplace flreplaceand and the windows This Thiswont Thiswont Thiswont I
wont do at all aUyou you will have to leave leaveand leaveand leaveand
and then what will happen to you youThe I IThe i
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sir if the worst comes to the worst I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall go on the stage
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The fuse is burning close to our summer stock but it is isnot isnot isnot
not yet rlbusted1I busted While the buying is fast making in1 in1roads in inroads 1nroads
roads upon every department we would be more than sur surprised surprised surprised ¬
prised if we did not have just what you wanted for the theFourth theFourth theFourIh
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we wehaveit wehaveitLook have it itLook itLdOk
Look out for surprises from now until Wednesday 7
406 The first one will happen when you come in here hereto hereto hereto
to get a new newSuit Suit Hat Hatl Tie or some other needed article articleto
to add to your comfort and pleasure in properly celebrat celebrating celebrating celebrating ¬
ing
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Surprised at how little you have to pay loran for an article of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such quality No they are not sale prices pricesneither neither are arethey arethey arethey
they startling reductions but our regular prices PIic s which whichare whichare whichare
are always a little lower than you can hope ho hopeto eto toget get elsewhere else elsewhere elsewhere ¬
where whereYou whereYou S
You can get a Suit of Gardner Good Clothes Cl thes for 12
15 1 5 18 1801 1 8 or 20 that is worthy to be worn by any man mannot nlannot mantiot
not what you would naturally expect at such prices pricesbut pricesbut pricesbut
but stylish perfectlyfitting garments of QUALITY QUALITYWhatever QUALITYWhatever QUALITYWhatever
Whatever it is a saving if you buy it here hereStore hereStore here1Store
Store willbe will be open Tuesday Tuesda evening eveningday eveningdaybefore day before the theFourth theFourth theFourth
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beef Bs B Basure sure you get the product productmarle made in a clean sanitary brewery and andbrewed andbrewed
brewed with all the care that you couli ask for forFISHER
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