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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY SEPT 29 1909
S ADCLUB AD CLUB HEARS HEARSOF
OF DOUBLE MIND MINDProf
Prof Norman H Nesbitt NesbittLec NesbittLectures Lec Lectures
tures of The Psychology Psychologyof
of Advertising AdvertisingMEETING AdvertisingMEETING
MEETING PLEASES ALL ALLLUNCHEON ALLLUNCHEON
LUNCHEON AND HIGH JINKS ADD ADDTO ADDTO
TO EVENINGS PLEASURES PLEASURESTho
The Salt Lake Ad club cn enged In Its Itsusual ltBUsual
usual high jinks at the fir first t regular rerularmeeting regularmeeting
meeting for the fall ea aon on held at the theCommercial theCommercial
Commercial club last night The pro program program
gram contained the proper proportions proportionsof
of business and amu amusement ement to make It Itonc ftone
one ot the most succe aucceeful eful ever given by bythis bythis
this organization A feature was the theexcellent theexcellent
excellent talk on the Psychology of ofAdvertising ofAdvertlaing
Advertising by Professor Norman H HNesbitt Hesb1tt
Nesbitt NesbittIn esb1tt esb1ttIn
In the announcement sent out by the thesecretary theseretary
secretary the meeting was formally de declared dedared
dared to be an Informal affair No Nomember Nomember
member c escaped from the wen directEd directEdshafts d dthafts
shafts of wit Vhlle previous meetings meetingsof
of the Ad club have been considered consideredsuccessful consideredsuccessful
successful the meeting last night was wasBO
180 well attended and the pro program < < ram was wasne wasone
one ne ot such merit that the members are areeagerly areeagerly
eagerly looking forward to the coming comlngmeetings comingmeetings
meetings meetingsDuring meetingsDuring
During the serving of the luncheon a afeature afeature
feature which is not overlooked at any anyot anyof
ot the meetings of the club the mem members members
bers held an informal discussion of the thecoming thecoming
coming seasons work Considerable at attention attentian
tention was paid to the subject of take takeadvertising fakei
i advertising and all condemned It The Thecampaign Thecampaign
campaign against fake advertising In Inaugurated Inw
w augurated some time ago will 111 be waged wagedWith wagedwith
With vIgor vIgorThe vigorThe
The talk by Professor Norman H HNesbitt HNcsbltt
Nesbitt on P8 Psychology cholo of Advertising Advertisingwas
was unique and original originalIn
In prefacing his remarks Prote Professor ProfessorNesbltt or orNesbitt
Nesbitt explained that everybody has hastwo hastwo
two minds and that to make a sueceS8 sueceS8tul suceessZul
tul advertising appeal both theM mind mindmust mindsmust
must be reached One 1s known uJ t the thesubjective thesubjective
subjective mind which forms conclu conclusions concluafons
sions hastily and in an Impulsive man manner manner
ner The other he said Is the obJec obJective objeetive
tive mind and this brings the powers of ofreason ofreason
reason to Its aid before judgment Is Ispassed Ispassed
passed passedProfesSor passedProfessor
ProfesSor Nesbitt maintained that the thereason thereason
reason so man many fake advertisers were weresuccessful weresuccessful
successful was that they had leatned leatnedthe leatnedthe
the art of appealing to the subjective subjectivemind subjectivemind
mind They caused people to form formrapid formxapid
rapid fire conclusion through their Im Impulses impulses
pulses and to loosen up their purse pursestrings purseetrings
strings before they had time to u use usetheir e etheir
their reasoning powers The cucceastul cucceastulmE
mE hod of advertising he saIl was to tofirst tofirst
first appeal to the ubjpctlve mind and andthen andthen
then to follow that up with an appeal appealto
to the objective mind mindREPUBLICAN mindREPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES CANDIDATESFOR
FOR COUNCIL ARE NAMED NAMEDIN
IN THE THEVARIOUS VARIOUS V WARDS WARDSContinued ARDSContinued
Continued from Page 1 1ward 1ward
ward from the American control Dr DrGoshen DrGoshen
Goshen is one of the most popular and andeloquent andeltxiuent
eloquent c1er clergymen IJ1en of the city and as asa asa
a student of municipal affairs has no nosuperior nosuperior
superior His sermons directed against againstthe
the American administration have hayeblocked haveblocked
blocked many plans of the present city cityouncH cityuncil
ouncH to Impose on the public Dr G GD 0B
D Poutz who Is the candidate for the thefhort theLaort
fhort term is one of the most active activeIubllcsplrited activerublicspirited
Iubllcsplrited men of the city His Hissuccessful Hissuccessful
successful management ot both trips of ofthc ofthe
thc High School cadet has endeared endearedhim endearedhim
him to all of the people of the clt cltDuring city cityDuring
During the G A R encmDment Dr DrFfoutz DrPfoutz
Ffoutz had charge of the decoration of ofthe ofthe
the city which was the prettiest of any anyof anyof
of the fortythree G A R encamp encampments encampinents
ments
In First Ward WardTames WardJames
Tames D Murdoch was nominated nominatedtor
for the long term for the city council MunellIn
In the First ward last night after a aspirited aspirited
spirited contest in which George C CBuckle CBuckle
Buckle was a good second and only ten tenvotes tenvotes
votes behind at the finish THe vote voteWas votewas
Was made unanimous on motion of Mr MrBuckle MrBuckle
Buckle For the short term Tames D DMcAllister DMcAllister
McAllister was nominated receiving 118 118votes 118votes
votes against 58 for Hyrum M Silver SIlYerThe SilverThe
The precinct convention was held in inthe Inthe
the Ninth ward annex and the meeting meetingwas
was called to order by A L Hamlin HamlinBABIES HamllnI
I BABIES BENEFIT BY BYfiEW BYNEW
NEW SKIN DISCOVERY DISCOVERYStops
Stops IItchlng Immediately Soothes Soothesand Soothesand
and Comforts the LIttle Ones OnesA
A demonstration of the efficacy and en entire entire
tire harmle harmlessness aness of p poslam l8m the new newIIkln newakin
akin discovery is afforded when It Is Isapplied isapplied
applied to the tender kin of infants who whoare whoare
are tortured with rashes chattngs scaly scalyand l land
and crusted humors and other skin ag aggravations aggravations
gravations Its effect Is soothing the itch itchIng Itching
Ing stops at once the skin heals and Is IsQuickly isquickly
Quickly restored to normal condition conditionIn
In the various forms of skin troubles troublesin
in both Infants and adults poslam pro produces produces
duces oonertclal boneficlairesults resulta from the first ap application applicatlon
plication Eczema acne herpes ruhtet ruhtetter rash tet tetter
ter etc yield readll readily to Its remarkable remarkablecurative remarkablecurative
curative properties Occasional appllea applleatlons appikations
tlons will quickly banish pimples blotches blotchesand blotchesand
and complexion blemishes and will re relIee reIleve
lIee and cure itching feet scaly scalp
humors etc etcPoslam etcPozlain
Poslam can be hkd for fifty cents at atany atany
any reliable druggists particularly the theF theF
F J Hill Drug Co who make a special specialty
ty of It Or the Emergency Laboratories LaboratoriesNo
No 32 West 25th street New York City CityWill Citywill
Will send a trial supply free by mall to toanyone toany
anyone any one who will write for it This is issufficient issufficient
sufficient to show results In 4 hours
who who Was vaS again elected elected chairman after afterA
A B Roberts had been elected secre secretaW secretarv
taW Howard A King and C Y Rus Russell Russell
sell were elected members of the city citycommittee citycommittee
committee For the city convention conventionCarl
Carl A Badger was elected member ot otthe ofthe
the committee on resolutions Ra Raymond RaymondSermon mond mondSermon
Sermon member ofthe commltteeoI1ur commltteeoI1urder
der of business and Mrs Joanna Mel Melton Melton
ton on the committee on credentials credentialsThe
The motion that the members of the thecity thecity
city committee be empowered to fill any anyvacancies anyvacancies
vacancies in the ticket that might arise arisefrom arisefrom
from any cause was carried carriedA
A stirring meeting of the Sooondmu Sooondmuntcipal Second mu muncIpalward
ntcipal ncIpalward ward was held In the Sixth ward wardmeeting wardmeetinghouse
meeting meetinghouse house last night at which T A AEkman AEkman
Ekman was named for the long term termcouncilman termcouncilman
councilman and W E VIgus won out In Ina ina
a bard fight for the short term office officeThe officeThe
The meeting house was packed whenthe when whenthe
the convention was called to order and andV andW
W V A Leatham was chosen chairman chairmanAlex chairmanAlex
Alex Buchanan jr was named secre secretary secretary
tary Mr Buchanan nominated Charles CharlesCottrell CharlesCottrell
Cottrell jr B G Raybould was named namedby namedby
by Tames N Lambert Edward Eardley Eardleywas
was named by E T Eardley Guardello GuardelloBrown GuardelloBrown
Brown placed the name of W E Vigus Vigusin
in nomination and Fred Price nomi nominated nominated
nated T A Ekman Then the battle battlestarted battlestarted
started startedThere startedThere
There were 138 delegates In the hall hallwhich hailwhich
which made seventy for a choice The Thefirst Thefirst
first ballot stood as follows T A Ek Ekman Ekman
man 76 Charles Cottrell jr 64 Ed Edward Edward
ward H Eardley 46 B G Raybould
46 W E Vigus 46 On motion ot T T JGreenewald TGreenewald
Greenewald Mr Ekman was then made madethe madethe
the choice of the convention for urn long longterm longterm
term councilman councilmanAnother councilmanAnother
Another Ballot Taken TakenAs
As no other candidate had enough enoughvotes enoughvotes
votes to be cho chosen en another ballot wastaken was wastaken
taken which resulted as follows W WE V VE
E Vigus 41 Charles Cottrell jr 41 41B 41B
B G Raybould 31 Edward H Eardley
24 4 No candIdate had been successful successfuland
and the name ot Mr Ir Cottrell was then thenwithdrawn thenwithdrawn
withdrawn and the third ballot result resulted
ed as follows W V E Vigus 79 B G GRaybould 0Raybouki
Raybould 4 and Edward H Eardley
17 Mr Vigus was then named the nom nomInee nomlnee
Inee of the convention for the short term termcouncilman termcouncilman
councilman from the Second SecondThere SecondThere
There had been an attempt by some of ofthe ofthe
the sympathizers of the Citizens party to topush topush
push themselves forward In the meeting meetingbut
but they were given a warning by I E EWilley BWilley
Willey In a short speech to the conven convention convention
tion In which hleh the statute was cited In Inthis inthis
this relation relationAfter relationAfter
After the nomination of councilmen W WA WA
A Leatham and John Corless were oho oholien ohosen
lien as members of the city committee J JJ
J Meyen was named for the committee committeeon
on credentials at tooays Republican city cityconvention cityconvention
convention Alex Buchanan jr was se selected e elected
lected for the committee on resolutions resolutionsand
and J J Greenewallt was named for the thecommlttfe thecommIttee
commIttee on order of business businessRepublicans s sRefmbllcans
Republicans of the Third municipal municipalward
ward at their convention in the Sixteertth Sixteertthward Sixteedthward
ward amu a musement ement hall nominated Charles CharlesM
M Lees for councilman from the ward wanlfor
for the long term and William J Yard Yardtor Yardfor
for the short term There was practically practicallyno
no opposition to either although the thename thename
name of Gu Gustave tave H Backman was of oftered offeted
feted for tH > long term nomination and andboth andboth
both Mr Lees and Mr Yard were noml nomlnatrd nominatc
natrd natc d by acclamation aCfImationEll
Ell A Folland was made chairman of ofthe ofthe
the convention and J Parley White sec secretary seeretary
retary The chair appointed Albert Cal
Jister L Dahiquist hlqulst and Samuel Spry a acommlltet acommittee
committee > on credentials and Senator
William N Williams J E Gibbs and Al l
bert Newman a committee on permanent permanentorganization permanentorganization
organization and nd order of business After
these committees had reported Chairman Chairmano
CllIand o made a brief a address dre s In which he hesaid hesaid
said tbe Republican petty rty the part of ofprogreSl ofprogress
progress shoUld select men of aggressive aggressivecharacter aggressivecharacter
character from the Third precinct for forcouncH forcouncil
council t that at the precinct might be put
In the Republicancolumn RepublicancolumnNominaflons Republlcan column columnNominations
Nominations Made Maderetary MadeSecretary
Secretary retary White placed Mr r Lees In Innomlrltlon innomipqtlon
nomlrltlon Senator Williams seconded
the nomination Robert S Folland placed
the name of Gustave H Backman In Innomination innomination
nomination and then upon motion the thenominations thenominations
nominations closed Mr Lees obtained
112 votes on the flr first t ballot and Mr Back Backman Backman
man 8 On motion of Mr Folland Mr Mrees
J eeg nomination was made by acclama
don donH tionHeber
H Heber r C Anderson placed WIIlIam J
Yard In nomination for the short term
N No other nominations were made and the therules therules
rules were suspended and Mr Yard nom
mated by acclamation
II Dahlquist was named as committee
man from the ward on the credentials
committee < for the city convention Ben
ator W N Williams as member of t the
committee on permanent organization and
order of business and W B Booth as
member bf the committee on platform and
re resolutions resolutionsWilliam olutlonsWilliam
William T Edwards and Heber C An
derson were appointed as the two mem
bers to act on the city committee
At the Fourth precinct convention held
at the home of Harry S Joseph No 80 H
street Rev Dr Fzancis Bur Burgette ette Short
was nominated as councilman for the long
term and W T Atkin for the short term
That the convention would have nothing
to do with the Citizens party movement
was demonstratf when Ernest E Drown
sought a eat a delegate on a proXy from
Gertrude Sperry The announcement made
by Mr Brown that he faVOred the CitI
ens movement created almost as much
excitement amon among the delegates IUI
though a bombshell had ben thrown in
their midst midstInBtBntly midstIflstantiy
InBtBntly Harry S Joseph jumped to
his feet and made
a motion that an any
dele delegate ate who had participated In the con
ention ot any other party ha have no seat
In this convention The motion was see ec
onded but before being put to the con
vention Mr Brown attempted to make a
spe speeh h In dPfense of his stand
Where do you stand now was the
qustlon propounded by one of the dele
gates gatesI
I am for the straight Citizens ticket tk1ketsaid ticketsaid
said Mr Brown BrownThen BrownThen
Then you ought to retire from thIs thIsCOJ1wntlon thisconvention
convention exclaimed Mr Joseph for
this is a Republican convention
The motion carried and Mr Ir Brown Brownwithdrew
withdrew from the convention conventionIn
In a brie speech in which attention attentionwas
was called to the admirable qualities ot
hill t8ndldatp Harry S Joseph placed In Innomination innomination
nomination Dr Francis Burgette Short
The only other name placed before the theconvention theconvertfon
convention for the long term honor was
that of Peter A Drouba who was placed
in nomination bY John James imes The bal
10tlDfC reaulte resulted In seventyon seventyone vote votes for
Dr by bay Short and twentyfv twentyfive for 1Ir Mr Drou
W v T Atkin and Peter A A Droubay were wereplaced
wer
pla placed In nominaton nomination for the councimanic councilmanle councilmanleshort
short ter term and the resulting vote ote showed
showe
tttyand fifty and onehal onehalf for Atkin and forty
six ix and onehalf onehalf for Druby Drouhay
Folowing Following tb the thcton selct1on of councimanic councimanicnolne councilmanic councilmanicnominees
nolne nominees th the tolowlnK following ottteer officers and com commiteemen cornmitteemen
miteemen mitteemen mre were pleted elected H P Myton Mytonprecinct Iyton
pcinct precinct chairan chairman H L Cummings sec secretar seeretary
retar retary ward commitee committee district chairmen halrmenof
of al all distrctI districts In the pNclnct precinct city < ty com commltt cornmittee
mittee O p II S Joseph
mltt Eldldge I Joph per permanent
pr prmantt
mantt manent organization and order of bul bust
pLsflfl pLsflflCIARDNE1 =
I IMAIlORDERS IIMAILOIu1DE5P2OMPTLVFILLED
QARDNER DAILY STORENE STOENEW
MAIlORDERS MAILOIu1DE5P2OMPTLVFILLED MAILOIu1DE5P2OMPTLVFILLEDWeather P20MPTLV FI LLED LLEDWether
Wether Weather Fret Forecast for Today Cloudy CloudyCLOSED ClotidyCLOSED
CLOSED CLOSEDThe
The Gardner Store wil will be e closed al all day to today today
day during removal removal Tomorrow we will willopen viI viIopen
open in our new temporary quarters at 131 131and 131and
and 133 Main Street with a complete show showing showing
ing of Fal Fall and Winter clothing clothingONE
ONE 13H3 13H3Pilet
N NALY5T
Pilet tRGARDNEI ALY5T
ness S W Anderon Anderson W S Higham Highamcredentials Hlghamcredentials
credentials John James l M L Cumngs Cumngsrsolutions Cummings Cummingsresolutions
so Eon rsolutions resolutions A R It Baes Barnes R B R H Ader Aderso Ander AnderEon
In Fifh Fifth Ward WardThe WardThe
The Rev Elmer I Goshen pator pastor of thc thcFrst theFirst
Frst First Conggational Congregational church and Dr G GB 0B
B Pfout Pfoutz were given the long ad and short shortterm shortterm
term nomInatons nominations gn respetivelY respectively for the thecty thecity
cty city council by the delegates of the FSth FSthward Fifth Fifthward
ward In Judge 3 T M M Bowns Bowmans court courtrJ courtroopi
roopi lat last night nightJames nightJames
rJ James I Ingebretsen In sugestng suggesting t th thname
nam name of te the iebretn noted diVne diVine rviewed reviewed In Ineloquent Ineloquent
eloquent tribut tribute to the man tle the valoul various variouscrusades
crusdes crusades aglnlt againt Amercan American party cvic cvicmlsma civic civicmIsmarngemeiit
mlsma mIsmarngemeiit gement conducted from the pul pulpit pulpit
pit of the church over which te the Rev RevMr RevMr
Mr Goshn Goshen preides preidesParley presides presidesParley
Parley P Jensen placed Dr G B BPout BPfoutz
Pout Pfoutz in nominaton nomination In an able speech speechoutlining
outning outlining tor the virues virtues of the popular do doe doetor
torHenry Henry Coh Cohn wa was temporar temporary chairan chairanand chairman chairmanand
and W H H Foland Folland seretry secretary John l M MHays
Hays ws was chosn chosen preinct precinct charman chairman and andW andW
These with the thedIstrict thedistrict
W H Foland Folland secretary crtary wit
dIstrict chlrman chairman wi will comprse comprise the cm cmpalg cam campaIg
paIg committee committeeParley committeeParley
palg
Parley Jensen and Arthur E E Grham Grhamwere Graham Grahamwere
were chosen as member members of te the ciy city com committe cornmittee
mitte mittee from the h FJth Fifth ward and Wilam WilamMcCre William WilliamMcCrea
McCre McCrea was selected as a member of the thecommitee thecommittee
commitee committee on on platonn platform and resolutions resolutionsKar resolutionsKarl
Kar Karl D Hardy ad and llrs Mrs Jett Jetta Browning Browningwer Browningwere
wer were chon chosen respetvely respecUvely a as ward mem memler memlers
ler lers of the committees on permanent or organizaton organization
ganizaton ganization and crdentals crdentalsr credentials credentialsNOTED r I INOTED
NOTED MINING MEN MENGATHER MENGATHER
GATHER AND TALK SENSE SENSEContnued SENSEContinued
Contnued Continued from Page 1 1irrgton 1irrigation
irrgton irrigation In scentfc scientific fashion We e are areabout areabout
about to take hold ot our Inand inland water waterways waterways
ways in such fashion as to take the im improvement Improvement
provement ot rvors rivers and harbors out of ofthe ofthe
the spois spoils system and to develop our ourwaters ourwaters
waters under comprehensive plans in involving Involving
volving th the coordinaton coordination of related ser service setvices
vice vices and the cooperaton cooperation or the naton natonwih nation nationwith
wih with the states in such a way as to se secure socure
cure the highest development ot oui our ourwaterways
waterways not only for navigtion navigation but butals butalso
als also for irrigaton irrigation drainage and devel development development
opment of water pwerl powerall this in the theinterests theinterests
interests ot the peple people and not of pri private private
vate monopoly monopolyNot
Not Paternalsm PaternalsmThis Paternalism PaternalismThis
This dos does not mean paternalsm paternalism I it itmeans
mens means the encouragement of comp comptve competl competltive
tve tive private enterprise and In the end a awider awider
wider Individualsm Individualism and freedom from frommonopolstc frommonopolistic
monopolstc monopolistic control controlIn
In this work the Amercan American Mining Miningcongess Miningcongress
congess congress should take is Its place side by byside byside
side with the other associatons associations devoted devotedto
to Irrigton irrigation to forestry to waterways waterwaysard waterwaysand
ard and conseraton conservation In urging that the thewhole thewhole
whole queston question of the preseraton preservation and anddevelopment anddevelopment
development of our national resources resourcesshould resourcesshould
should be taken up in comprehensive comprenenslvelegislation comprehensivelegislation
legislation natonal national and stte stteRussel state stateRussell
Russel Russell Dunn of San Fracsco Francisco Intro Introduce introduced
duce duced a resoluton resolution calng calling on the de department dopartment
partment of the interior to remove cer certin certam
tin tam restrictons restrictions In It Its wording the re resluton resolution
sluton solution suggeste suggested an attck attack upon the thetreasury thetreasury
treasury deptment department From talk among amongthe amongthe
the delegte delegates about t the notels It seems seemsevident seemsevident
evident that a strong oppositon opposition to any anycensure anycensure
censure of Giford Gifford Pchot chief for forester forester
ester wi will develop on the floor of the thecongres thecongress
congres congress congressTomorrow
Tomorrow the delegates will 11 have l lit littie
te tie tme time for the frnsctn transaction of business businessas
as they go to Tonopah th the pioneer pioneercamp pioneercamp
camp ot this prt part of the state A ses sessin sesslon
sin slon of the congre5 congress wi will be held there therebut therebut
afternoon but I it wi will not convene unt until late in the theafternoon theafternoon
Annual Address AddressPresident AddressPresident
President T H Richards of Boise BoiseIda BoiseIda
Ida delvered delivered his annual address to tonight tonight
night Afer After extending a a geetng greeting to the thedeletes thedelegates
deletes delegates and expresing expressing his apprecia appreciaton appreciation
ton tion of the cnfidence confidence show shown In him by
his eleton election to hed head the conges congress seven sevensucesive sevensuccessive
sucesive successive years ers the prsident president went wentinto wentInto
into the history and purpses purposes of the or orgnizton organization
gnizton ganization The congess congress Is a natonal natonalorgnizton national nationalorganization
orgnizton organization he sid said yet the Ques Questons questions
tons tions wih with which I It should deal are both bothptiII bothflational
ptiII flational and JI kcal It It wi will te take yqars yqarsproperly Qar
proprly properly to orgnize organize beause because ot the ex extent cxtent
tent of the movement movementH movementIerman
H Ierman rman ZadJg of San SanFrancisco Francsco spoke spokethis
this afernoon afernoonEVIDENCE afternoon afternoonEVIDENCE
EVIDENCE NOW NOWIN IN SHAPE SHAPETO
TO GIVE TO WORLD WORLDContnued WORLDI
I
Contnued Continued from Page 1 1smetme 1sometimes
smetme sometimes occupied one and sometimes sometimesthe
the other ot the these house houses Murphy urhy was wasin wasin
in charge of bth both houss houses He Is not notable notable
able to red read or wrie write He had writen writenInstructons written writteninstructions
Instructons instructions tram Pery Peary which Winey Wineyat Whitney Whitneyat
at Pearys reuest request red read over to him himfrm himfrom
frm from tme time to tme time Thee These Instructions Instructionswere
were ver very stringet stringent They directe directed directedMurphy
Murphy to us use Cooks stores first and andPerys andPearys
Perys Pearys aferards aferardsIurphy afterwards afterwardsMurphy
Murphy was told In them that he was wasto wasto
to give Dr Cok Cook eve every help if he cme cmealong came camealong
along in a ney needy conditon condition and further furthermor furthermore
mor more the Instruetons instructions Impled implied that Mur Murphy Murphy
phy was to organize an epediton expedition to tosrch tosearch
srch search for Dr Cook Cook but according to toMr toMr
Mr Whitney this prt part ot the Instrc Instrctons instruc instructions
tons tions was worde worded very ambIgously ambIgouslyCook ambiguously ambiguouslyCook
Cook Treated Civiy CiviyMr Civilly CivillyMr
Mr Whlne Whitney said that Cook had a copy copyof copyof
of thes these Instrcton instruction and would doubtess doubtessmake doubtless doubtlessnake
make theJ then publc public lurph Murphy treated Cok Cokvery Cook Cookvery
very civily Civipily and Cok Cock sfferd suffered no dis discourtesy discourtesy
courtesy courtesyWhen courtesyWhen
When Dr Cok Cook and his Eskimos arive arrived arrivedat
at the hu they had no slege sledge Being too tootre tootired
tre tired to drag i it oe over th the rough Ice they
had left i it twenty mies miles from Etah The Thefolong ThefolIcaing
folong folIcaing day sme some other Eskimos went wentout wentout
out revere recovered the sledge and brought It Itin itin
in On I it were Dr Coks Cooks Instruments Instrumentsclothes instrumentsclothes
clothes and fo food foodThe
The dotor doctor had figre figured rIghty rightly the date
be would reah reach Uppravlk Uppernavik and when the theDunde theDundee
Dunde Dundee whaler whalers or Danish storeshlps storeshlpswould storeshipswould
would reach there and he arge argued that thathe thathe
he had no tme time to lo lose He planned lannd orlg
Inliy inally to take two Eskimos and tWI two twosledges
slts sledges but on one Eskimo fel fell sick and this thismade thismade
made It necsry nec2ssary for him to cut do dothp down downth
thp th luggage he could tke take wih with him suth suthHe south southHe
He consq consequently nth asked Whitney to take takechrg takecharge
chrg charge of the In instrwnents trents with which he hehad hehad
had made his obratons observations at the pole poleAfer poleAfter
Afer After Cok Cook deprted departed for the south Whit Whitney VhItney
ney resume resumed his huntng hunting He took over overCoks overCooks
Coks Cooks to Eskimos Etuklshuls and Ar Arwalalv Arwaialv
walalv to show him him the country whre whreCook where whereCook
Cook bad shot musk oxen This the two twomen twomen
men did and Whitney bagged al all the theoxen theoxen
oxen he could car carry out In his sledge sledgeHe
He said he found the these two Esklmol Eskimos to tobe tobe
be quie quite satsfactory satisfactory In subrdinate subordinate c en enpacities
pacites pacities but he know knows nothing of their theirvalue
value In a dash across the polar sea
What Whitney Told Peary PearyContnuing PearyContinuing
Contnuing Continuing 1rWhlney Mr Whitney said that lat latmonth last lastmonth
month when Peary on board the Rooe Rooevelt Roose Roosevelt
velt reached Etah from the north afer aferhis after afterhis
his winters winters work there he Whitney Whitneyinformed Whitneyinformed
informed him of Dr Cooks arlal arrival In InApril inApril
April adding that Ck Cook had told him himWhitney himtwhitney
Whitney t to tel tell Pear Peary that Cook had hadgene hadgene
gene beyond Pearys frhest farthest north north Per Permade Pcary Pcarymade
made no cmnt comment on this and Vltey Vlteyald Thtthey Thttheysaid
ald said he was not asked any other ques questons questions
tons tions by Peary But the next day Cooks CooksEakmo CooksEskimos
Eakmo Eskimos cae came to Whitney and asked him himwhat himwhat
what Pers Pearys mn men were tring trying to get getthem gotthem
them to
sy syPearys say sayPearyS
Pearys men had shov shown the Eskimos Eskimospapers Eskimospapers
papers and ma maps but the Esltmos Eskimos de decare dedared
care dared they did not undertand understand these pa paprs papsis
psis So far as Mr Whitney Is aware awareCooks awareCooks
Cooks prs Eskimos never admitte admitted that whie whiewith while whilewith
with the doctor they had only progessed progessedtwo progressed progressedtwo
two sleep sleeps from land landThe landThe
The day the Rovel Roosevelt was leaving Etah Etahfor Etahfor
for home Whitney Vltney Informed Pear Peary that thatCok thatCook
Cok Cook had entrste entrusted to him certain be belongings belongings
longings to bring home on the vesel vessel that thatwas thatwas
was coming up for Whitney Vhltno but a as this thisship thisship
ship bad not arived arrived Whitney was at a alo aloss
lo loss what to do wih with the property propertyIJeary propertyPeary
IJeary delned declined to perit permit Dr Cooks Cooksblongngs Cooksbelongings
belongings to be brought aboard the theRosevel theRoosevelt
Rosevel Roosevelt blongngs ad and ho put Vlnc Thttney on his hishonor hishonor
honor not to Include an anything thng belonging belongingto
to Dr Cook In his own luggae luggaeVhiney luggage luggageWhitney
Whitney Vhiney there thereupon pon went ahore ashore sepa separated separated
rated Dr Cooks propcy propety fr from his own ownluggage ownluggage
luggage and wih with the aid of Captin CaptinRobert Captain CaptainRobert
Robert Bartett Bartlett comm commCnderof nderf the Roos Room Roomvolt
velt volt whom he had asked to help him himrepck himrepack
repck repack Dr Coks Cooks propety property In boxes At At t ter
er this had ben been done Whitney Vhlne and Bar Bail Baillett
let lett cached an Cooks property In a cve cvein cave cavein
in the rocks They bui buIlt up the cave cave se seurly securely
curely urly wih with atnes and turf and kf loft It Itold itaid
aid old the property In charg charge of one of the thedoctors thedoctors
doctors doctors Eskimos Eskimos
TESTIMONY IN UTAH UTAHRATE UTAHRATE
RATE CASE IS ENDED ENDEDContnued ENDEDContinued
Contnued Continued from Page 1 1to 1to
to the rirds railroads and reslt result In a net gan ganIn gain gainin
In traffic and earIng earulngu These igres igreswith figures figureswith
with the stteent statement pryiousl previously made by bythe bythe
the Union Pacifc Pacific ofcIals officials developed the thefact thefact
fact that Ut Utah is paying mor more than
1000 1000000 a yer year for freight serice service than thanCaifornia thanCalifornia
Caifornia California is paying for the longer haul haulon
on the se same amount of freight as is ishandle ishandled
handle handled by the rirads railroads In and out of ofUth ofUtah
Uth UthTames Utah UtahJames
Tames B Gw Gwyn chief engineer for forthe forthe
the Denver Ro Rio Grnde Grande was the firt firtwiness first firstwitness
winess witness for the Gould interest interests He Hegave Hegave
gave a detaied detailed sttemet statement ot the esti estimated estimated
mated cost of reproducg reproducing the entire entireproperty entireproperty
property ot the Denver Rio Grande Granderirod Granderailroad
rirod railroad Including the rght right of wy way en enginerng engineering
ginerng gineering gading grading brdges bridges culver culverts culvertsrails
ris rails ad and ties and water right rights Right Rightof
of way he etmated estimated a as being worth to today today
day 1S000000 800 and gding grading 3540724 3540724and 35040724 35040724and
and to this he added 15 per cent for forSeBnlg forseasoning
SeBnlg seasoning the rObed rodbed Brdges Bridges ad adculverts and andculverts
culverts he sid said were orth U985632 U985632and 4985632and
and blat ballast where use used was worth
262500 Ties all lines he said
26250 on al faid were wereworth wereworth
worth 64000 6420000 and ris rails were worth worth096iO worth1O965GO0
1O965GO0 096iO estimated at 34 a ton Other Otheriems Otheritems
iems items were Trck Track ftenings fastenings 2742 2742sitches 277412 277412switches
sitches switches 58867 688671 buidings buildings 611100 6111000 6111000track
track labor 463440 641 sigs signs 26108 26108crosings 26108crossings
crosings crossings and ctte cattle guards 92759 92759water 92759water
water sttons stations 95215 950215 telegaph telegraph lines
29790 296790 rod road materials and supples supplies
36683 engineerng engineering 4002686 and andinteret andinterest
interet interest on Investment during construe construction
tion 2894926 289492S6 The total cost ot equip equipment equIpmont
mont he sid said wa was 21107530 and the thetotal thetotal
mile total miege mileage of 25 25211 costng costing 59221 a amUe amile
Expect More Busines Business BusinessMr
Mr Gwyn sid said the Denver Rio RioGrande RioGrande
Grande antcipted anticipated a large increase in inbusiness inbusiness
business in the near future from the thecompleton thecompletion
completon completion of the Western Vester Pacfc Pacific and andt andthe
t the e opening of independent coal mines minesIn
In Carbon county which would nece fleece fleecesitate
sitat sitate the buiding building of more double track trackand trackand
and general costy costly improvements in or ordor order
dor to handle the busines business AtPrce At Price he hesaid hesaid
said a connectng connecting line wa was nearly com completed cornpleted
pleted which would bring 2000 to 300 3000 3000tons
tons ot coal a day and another compa company
ny was organize organized at Panther gulch gulchnear gulchnear
near Helper which would delver deliver 1C 1Ctons 100J 100Jtons <
tons a day to the Denver Rio Grande GrandeHe
He sid said the general understanding was wasthat wasthat
that the prent present margin of proft profit for the therod theroad
rod road at present was not large and If Ifthat ifthat
that proft profit b be reuce reduced by a reducton reduction In Inrtes inrates
rtes rates the compnys companys capacIty for caring caringfor
for incre5d increased buine buiness would be cor correspndingly correspondingiy
respndingly respondingiy der deerased sd He said the thesharp thesharp
sharp cuature curvature made neesary necessary ire trequent irequent
quent renewals ot ris rails and among amongother amongother
other conditons conditions which increase increased the thecot thecost
cot cost of operton operation and maintenance he hespke hespoke
spke spoke of the wer wear on wheels cloudbursts cloudburstsand
and snow snowCrosexamination snowCrossexamination
Crosexamination Crossexamination by Mr Babcock Babcockbrought Babcockbrought
brought out the statement tht that some of ofthe ofthe
the rod road Included In the statement statements was wasnow wasnow
now lttle little us used Mr Babcocks questons questonsrelate questions questionsrelated
relate related to the buiding building of the Denver DenverRio DenverRio
Rio Grande rod road under difcultes difficulties of ofmountainous ofmountainous
mountainous terrtry territory wih with the Imowl Imowledge knowledge
edge that the Union Pacifc Pacific had an aneasier aneasier
easier and shorter lne line to Utah UtahDvId UtahDavid
DvId David 1I r Knox mechanicl mechanical engineer engineerfor
engner engnerfor
for the Denver Rio Grnde Grande had hadcharts hadcharts
charts iustratng illustrating the profe profile ot the theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grande and the Union UnionPacifc UnionPacific
Pacifc Pacific showing the numbr number ot lode loaded loadedcars
cars that could be buled hauled by one engine engineon
on various parts of the roads The Den Denyer Denvet
vet Rio Grande was able to handle a amaximum amaximum
maximum ot fortyfive cars with one oneengine oneengine
engine on some sretches tretehes but this num number number
ber was reuce reduced to sven seven at Soldier SoldierSummit SoldierSummit
Summit His tetmony testimony also showed ex extremely cxtremely
tremely heavy cost for 1no tfle water supply supplyfor
for the engines and he sid said the Denver DenverRi DenverRio
Ri Rio engnes Grande could get only abut about
30 30000 mles miles a year serice service out of a afreight afreight
freight engin engine whie while on an average average rod rodone road roadone
one engine would give at least 50 50000 50000miles
engne
mie miles 5r1 servJ Reent Recent purchaso purchases of the theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grnde Grande he sid said included includedthirty includedthirty
thirty engines 16 1500 bx box cars 500 stock stockcrs stockcars
crs cars 2 250 fat fiat cars 2 200 refrigerator cars carsten carsten
ten cabooses ten steel
cabs passenger passengercoaches
psenger psengercoche
coche coaches and ten steel bggge baggage cars carsRate carsRate
Rate Decrease DecreaseMajor DecreaseMajor
Major S K Hopr Hoopor for tweItyfive tweItyfiveyers twentyfive twentyfiveyears
yers years general pMsnger passenger agent for the theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grande presented a state statement statement
ment showing the decrese decrease In passenger passengerrate passengerrates
rate rates from the est east to Sl Salt Lke Lake His Histestiony Histestimony
testiony testimony was that tt the rate frm from Den Denver Denver
ver to Ogden was 42 4320 In the erly early
days and this was reduced to 18 for a almite alimited
lmite limited ticket in 185 185 and at the present presenttme presenttime
tme time the rate Is 1775 which Mr Ir Bab Babcoek Babcock
cock contended showed that there had hadbeen hadbeen
been an actual reducton reduction of only 26 cents centsIn
In the last fourten fourteen years 1ears1Iajor yearsMajor
1Iajor Major Hoper Hooper sid said on account ot the thelow thelow
low excursion rates and tourist rtes rtesthe rates ratesthe
the actual revenue per passenger mie mieayerge mile mileaveraged
ayerge averaged only 2 cents He saId he re regarded regarded
garded the pasenger passenger rates as extremely
low and cie cited the colonist rates as evl evldenbe cvidene
denbe that the Denver Rio Grnce Grncehad Grande Grandehad
had done much for the upbuildlng of the thestate thestate
state state Tetmony Testimony regarding the old rate ratewar ratewar
war brought out the statement that the therairods therailroads
rairods railroads at the tme time they put In ex extemely extremely
temely tremely low rtes rates disvered discovered that the theIncree theincrease
Incree increase In business made up the loss In Inevery Inevery
every way and I it was a good thing for forthe forthe
the rirods railroads In that the gret great incres increase increasein
In wester western travel practcaly practically dated frm frmthe from fromthe
the rate war warMajor warMajor
Major Hooper sid said In no way had hat1there hadthere
there been any dllrlmlnaton discriminatIon against againstUtah againstUtah
Utah In p passenger nger rates and on the theother theother
other hand the Denver Rio Grande Grandehad Grandehad
had at al all time times sought to give Uth Utah the thebest thebest
best of I it 8 as a busine business propositon proposItion gve for forthe forthe
the raird railroad Major Hooper admite admitted admittedthat
that the ralrods railroads revenue onUth on Utah bus busIneS busineqg
IneS ineqg was geter greater than on an any other otherbusines otherbusiness
busines business but It would not equal one onetenth onetenth
tenth of the totl total passenger business businessdone businessdone
done by the road roadOn roadOn
On crosexaminaton crossexamination by Mr Babcock Babcockthe
the old prlctce practice of pyIng paying commisions commisionsfor commissions commissionsfor
for the sle sale of passenger tckets tickets was re reYlewe reviewed
Ylewe viewed Major Hoopr Hooper sid saId that he had hadactualy hadactually
actualy actually refuf refused lots of business at ex extremely cxtremely
tremely low excursion ratls rates notably notablysevel notablyseveral
sevel several traIns for the Elks convention conventionat
conventon conventonat
at L Los AnJfles AnJflesComplment Angeles AngelesCompliment
Complment Compliment for the Major MajorI
I dont know of any marc widely
known or efcient efficient psenger passenger agent than thanyourself thanyourself
yourself but I didnt know that you youever youeVer
ever refus refused a passenger 8enger said Mr MrBabcok MrBabcock
Babcok BabcokThank Babcock BabcockThank
Thank you ou r replied ple Major Hooper Hooperbut
but I have reformed In recent yers yersE years yearsB
E N Clark counsel for the Denver DenverRo DenverRio
Ro Rio Grande Introduce introduced volumes ot tb tbulated tab tabulated
ulated exhibit exhibits showing every deti detail of ofthe ofthe
the financing ot the riroad railroad book bookvalues bookvalues
values dividends paid incomes from fromoperaton fromoperation
operaton operation gross and net interest divi dividend dlvidend
dend and tax payment payments wage wages and cost costof costof
of materials HIs statements prepared preparedby
by the audior auditor showed that the Denver DenverRio DenverRio
Rio Grande had cost to Tune 30 1909 1909a
a total of 15730G6 157309076 For the last ten tenyears tenyears
years the company had paid dividends dividendsonly dividendsonly
only on the prefrrred preferred stock and these theseamounte theseamounted
amounte amounted t to 22189555 while the txes txespld taxes taxespaid
paid during the last
year were WEre one oner onerDont
r rDont D nt ntawake Lie Lieawake
awake nt nIght frm from colee coleeUso coffee coffeeUse
Use POSTUM UsoPOSTUM POSTUMand
and get good sound sleep sleepTheres sleepTheres
Theres a Reason
1 Ijr j
t
cTlra RIT1jMIRN RIT1jMIRNSnappy RmN RmNSnappy
Snappy Reductions in inToilet int
Toilet Goods GoodsHard G00d1kJ
t
1kJ Hard Ruber Rubber Dressing Combs CombsTSc
75 TSc values for 5O SOc 35c and SOc values for a aRiviera
fT Riviera Talcum Powder PowderScente PowderM
M Scente Scented wih with the esence essence of Rviera Riviera Violet Violets put up In lare lareglass large largeI
I UJII glass jar jars wih with sorew top Regular elsewhere 25c our price price20c
20c w SJ
J Sachet Sachets at Halt Price PricefDe Priceillth
illth fDe SOc an ounce E sachets chets in Trefie Od Old Glory Rose Rose Helotop Heliotrope Heliotrope11j
11j D Oriental Carnaton Carnation and Violet Violet Al All for 25c lc nn ounce ouncet I I II
t I
third of the dividends on the preferred prferredstock preferredstock
stock Thes These figures showed a general generlIncrease generalincrease
Increase in the expens expenses of te the rod rodFred road roadFred
Fred Wild Vid jr general freight agent agentfor agentfor
for the Denver Rio Grande testified testifiedthat testifiedthat
that 83 per cent ot the rods roads tonnge tonngewas tonnage tonnagewas
was the produ t ot mines He sid said the therevenue therevenue
revenue from stricty strictly Uth Utah freight was
33870 3387000 a yer year and he estmated estimated that thatthe thatthe
the grantng granting ot the Utah pettion petition for forlower forlower
lower rte rates would reult result in a lo loss to the therirod therailroad
rirod railroad ot 237000 370 a a yer year I If this re reducton reduction
ducton duction were grante granted he did not see seehow seehow
how the rd road could contnue continue to py pay dlv dlvidendson dlvidends
idendson idends on Its preferred stock stockSome stockSome
Some Facts Developed DevelopedOn
On crossexaminaton crossexamination by Mr Bab Babcock Babcock
cock Mr Wid Wild said he did not consider considertransontnentl considertranscontinental
transontnentl transcontinental freight busines business as asproperly asproperly
properly rmuneratve remunerative for the reasn reasnthat reason reasonthat
that rtes rates were too close to the actual actualcost
cost of opertion operation and anything below
6 or 7 mis mills a ton was too low He sd sdthe said saidthe
the compny company had two ofces offices on the Pa Pacific Pacific
cific coast to solcit solicit this business how however however
ever Mr Wid Wild sid said that at prent prentthe present presentthe
the Caloria CalifornIa freIght bUlne buiiness of the theDenver theDenver
Denver Rio Grande wa was prctcl practically practicallynothing
nothing and when aske asked regrding regarding the thecU5 thecause
cU5 cause for this falng falling of off he sid said he pre preterred preferred
terred not to answer fuly fully unle unless cm cmpeled corn cornpelled
peled pelled to He sid said there had been n nmarke i imarked
marke marked Icre Increase in the Utah business businesshowever businesshowever
however and thought the 360 3500000 a ayear ayear
year now obtaine obtained from Utah was more morethan morethan
than the entire revenue ot the rod road in
19 1900 1Ir Mr Wid Wild sid said the Provo gatewy gateway had hadbeen
been closd closed this yer year but the rean reason for torclosing forclosing
closing I It was not brought out outFurther outFurther
Further crosexaminaton crossexamination brought broughtout
out the Informaton information that the Utah com comman cornmon
man point rte rate on wool and lvetok lvetokto livestock livestockto
to the et east alpled applied to al all of the branch branchlnes branchlines
lnes lines but that the rate did not apply to tothe tothe
the TIntic smeler smelter at Siver Silver Ciy CiyThe City CityThe
The Denver Rio Grnde Grande cosed closed is istestmony Its Itstestimony
testmony testimony with Mr r Wid WidStatemen Wild WildStatements
Statements s of Rock Island IslandS
S H Johnson assistant frec freigbt traf traffic traffib
fib manager for the Rk Rock Island was waseamine wasexamined
eamine examined by A B Pierce attorney for forthat forthat
that road ad and more statstical statistical ei eidence evidence
dence wa was introduce introduced He presented presentedstatements
statements regrding regarding commodiy commodity rates rateswhich rateswhich
which were Intended to show that I if the thereuctions thereductions
reuctions reductions were grante granted for Uth Utah it itwould itwould
would me mean reductons reductions for Denver and andother andother
other citie cities farther et east In the cross crossexaminaton crossexamination
examinaton examination Mr Babcock asked regard regardin regard1mg
in 1mg the complaints ot other state states re regarding regarding
garding rates and asked Mr Johnsn JohnsnIf Johnson JohnsonIf
If he knew ot any other communiy community that thathad thathad
had been as patent patient as Uth Utah Mr John Johnson Tohnsn
sn son thought that Oklahoma ha had been as aspatient
patent patient but Commissioner Clark Clarkthought Clarkthought
thought that in recent yers years Oklahoma Oklahomahad
had presented a as many C1 cases to the thecomml thecommission
comml commission lon as any other simIar similar num number number
ber of Icres acres in the countr country countryMissouri
MissourI Pacific ExhibIts ExhibItsChester ExhibitsCheater
Chester 3 T MacPherson 8S8lstnt assistant gen general genoral
oral manager of the Missouri issuri PacIfc PacIfcwas Pacific Pacificwas
was place placed on the stand to introuce introuceanother Introduce Introduceanother
another ma mass of sttistcal statistical exhibits exhibitswhich exhibitswhich
which covere covered about the sme same gound goundfor ground groundfor
for the Missouri suri Pacifc Pacific as was covere covered coveredby
by the Denver Rio Grande earler earlier in inthe inthe
the day In enumeratng enumerating the various variouselements arlouselements
elements that entered Into the incrase incrasein increase increasein
in the cost ot maintenance and opera operaton operation
ton tion Mr MacPherson racPhersn mentioned the thesafety thesafety
safety applance appliance law and the employ employers
ers labity liability act and the hours of ser serYlce service
vice act Commisioner Commissioner Clark sid said he hedId hedid
dId not want the sttement statement regrding regrdingthc regarding regardingthe
thc sfety safety applance appliance act to go unchal unchallenge unchallenged
lenge lenged and he ake asked i if I It were not true truethat truethat
that the use of sety safety applances appliances and air airbrakes airbrakes
brakes reuce reduced the cost of oprtion operation and nndthe andthe
the number of men employe employed employedMr
Mr MaPhersn MacPherson sid said he did not mean meanthe meanthe
the sfety safety applince appliance act was not al all allright
right but It Incres increased the cost of ofoperaton ofoperation
operaton operation 1750 175000 a year There was an anopinion anopinion
opinion expres expressed that reduce reduced rates rateswould rateswould
would not beneft benefit Utah but lIr Mr Dab Dabcok Dabcock
cok cock Informe informed the commlslon commission again againthat againthat
that It It sw saw ft fit to grant the ptiton ptitonUth petition petitionUtah
Uth Utah chance chanceAt was prety perfectly wiing willing to take the thechance thechance
At the clos close of the herng hearing C C Dey Deyattorey Deyattorney
attorey attorney for the Uth Utah shippers Intro Introduced Introluced
duced as evidence tran transcripts rlpta of the tes tea teatimony
tmony timony of E H Harrman Harriman and T Ross RossClark
Clark which are In the rerds records of the theInterstate theinterstate
Interstate commerce commisin commission and andthe andthe
the Harriman merger cse case now in the thefederal thefederal
federal court courtTAFTS
S S STAFTS
TAFTS POLICY ON ONSUBJECT ONSUBJECT
SUBJECT VITAL TO WEST WESTContnued WESTContinued
Contnued Continued from Page 1 1as 1as
as a complance compliance wih with existng existing laws and anddeclared anddeclared
declared that Mr Balngers Ballingers vle vies are areIn arein
In strict acord accord wih with thOe these of the ad administraton administration
ministraton ministration and that he bs has been beenhelpful beenhelpful
helpful and wi will use his pwerul powerful infiu infiuence influence
ence as sretry secretary ot the Interior to sup supprt support
prt port the Preident President In securing congres congressional congressional
sional action that wi will 1ut put the Reese Roosevelt Reesevolt
volt polcy policy of consrvaton conservation on a frmer frmerbsis firmer firmerbasIs
bsis basIs Mr Taft stted stated tt that the 4000 4000000 4000000acres
acres of water pwer power lands withdrawn withdrawnfrom Ithdrwn Ithdrwnfrom
from general entry by the last admin adminIstrton administration
Istrton istration has been reuced reduced to 4500 450000 450000acres
under the administration administrationThe
acre acres presnt present admInistraton admInistratonThe
The lattel number however he pinte pointed pointedout
out contain more a ascertained pwer pwersite power powersites
site sites than did the orgina original withdrwals withdrwalsCongress withdrawals withdrawalsCongress
Congress Must Act ActThe ActThe
The President further stte stated that I it itmust
must be understood that these wih wihdrawals with withdrawals
drawals to permit permitcongress
are only temporary perit peritcongress
congress to act upon a recommendaton recommendatonhe recommendation recommendationhe
he wi will make that the goerment government be beauthorl beauthorized
authorl authorized ed to grnt grant or les lease pwer power sites sitesto
to prIvate concer concerns to be develop developed un under under
der generl general goverment government control and su supervIsion supervision
pervIsion I If congre congress fals fails to at act upon uponthis uponthis
this recommendaton recommendation the President says sayshe sayshe
he kows knows of no wy way in which the wih wihdrwn with withdrawn
drwn drawn lands can much longr longer be wIth wIthheld withheld
held from claims fed filed under the gen general general
eral land laws lawsMr lawsMr
Mr Taf Taft place placed hlselt himself in opposion opposionto opposition oppositionto
to the suggeston suggestion that setters settlers should shouldbe
be alowe allowed 0 a longer term than ten yers yersIn years yearsin
In whIch to repay the goverment government for torwater forwater
water scure secured trugh through govermental governmental Ir Irrgaton itrigatlon
rgaton rigatlon projets projects He sys says a longer longerterm longerterm
term would not conduce to thrit thrift and andwould andwould
would delay work on additional project projects projectswhich
which should be undertken undertkenPresident undertaken undertakenPresident
President Taft dictated his consera conseraton conserva conservation
ton tion speech on the trin train lat last night sit sittng altting
tng ting up unti until rfarly xeariy 1 ocock oclock to Com Complete corn cornplete
plete the task task Hi He arose at 6 a a m to
day to correct the manuscrpt manuscript and bth bthbefore both bothbefore
before and afer after trmlng framing the addre address addresshe
he comlled consulted freely lh ith Secretr Secretary Bl Bllnger Bal Ballinger
lnger linger who ha has been with the Pesidet Pesidetsince President Presidentsince
since his arrival in Denver a week ago agoand agoand
and wi will continue as a mebe member of the theprty theparty
prty party as far as Seatte SeatteSince Seattle SeattleSince
Since his entry into the west ad and the thetestmony thetestimony
testmony testimony of his ow own eyes as to the themiracle themiracles
miracle miracles wrought by a touch of water waterupon waterupon
upon the virgin land the President has hasbecome
become an enthusiastic exponnt exponent of Irri Irrigton irrigation
gton gation and delared declared today that no one onecould onecould
could visit this secton section ot the cuntry cuntrywihout country countrywithout
wihout without being convince convinced of the neessi neessity necessi necessity
ty of a proper treatment of the arId arIdlands aridlands
lands landsSAL landsSALT
I
SAL SALT lKES LAKES NEW NfWBANKI NEWBANKING
BANKI BANKING G HOUSE HOUSEWord
Word has been receive received from Wash WashIngon Washington
Ingon ington that the applcaton application ot W w wArmstrong WArmstrong
Armstrong P J Moran Lfayete LfayeteHanchett Lafayette LafayetteIlanchett
Hanchett John Dern and Daniel Mac MacYichle MacVichie
Yichle to orgnize organize the National Copper CopperBank CopperBank
Bank ot Slt Salt Lake with a capit capital of
500 500000 has been approved by the cmp cmptroler comp comptroller
troler troller ot the currency currencyThis currencyThis
This mens means that pslbly possibly within the thenext thenext
next thirty days the magnifcent magnificent quar quarters quarters
ters in the jays ewhouse blok block which hve hvebon have havebeen
bon been rented by the compny company wf will be oc occupIe occupied
cupIe cupied by the new banking concr concern I It Itis
Is certain that the new bnk bank wi will strt strtbusInes start startbusiness
busInes business as son soon a as polble possible as it is un underto understood
derto derstood that the quartrs quarters are being beingheld beingheld
held at a rental of 160 1500 a month month or i 50 50a
a day dayThe dayThe
The project wa was firt first launched abut abutsix about aboutsix
six weeks ago and wihin within a very er shot shottme short shorttime
tme time W W Armstrong wh who smed seemed t to tobe
be the chief moving spirt spirit In the enter enterprIse enterprise
prIse had seured secured sufcent sufficient stck stock lub lubsripton sub subscription
sripton scription to justfy justify applcton applicatiou to the thecomptrller thecomptroller
comptrller comptroller ot the currency
HUDSONFULTON PARADE PARADENew
New York Sept 28Two million pee peepIe
pIe toay today saw a parade ot 200 20000 men menand menand
and fiftytour fi floats ats which pss passed be beforethe before
forethe fore the envoys of twentyone natons natonsparticiptng nations nationsparticipating
participating in the HudsonFulton
participtng HudsnFulon ex expiton exposition
position
piton pitonMayor
Mayor George B McClelan McClellan and Her Herman Herman
man Ridder vice preident president of the Hud Hudsn Hudson
sn son celebraton celebration commison commission headed the thelne theline
lne line and covere covered the entre entire distance distanceafoot distanceafoot
afoot There was no mitr military show no nodistnguished nodistinguished
distnguished distinguished personage personages in vehicles vehiclesal vehiclesall
al all wih with the ecepton exception of the ptoons patoons ot otpolce ofpolice
polce police were afoot afootBOOTHS afootBOOTHS
BOOTHS BOOTHSOYSTERS BOOTHSOYSTERS
OYSTERS OYSTERSIN
IN GUAATEED GUARANTEED CAS CASDipped CANS CANSDipped
Dipped from the sea sea Into new cans canaand cansand
and immediately seale sealed air tght tight Th The Thevery
very tang of the sa sea Is sun wih with them themwhen themwhen
when you break the seal and serys serysthem r
them themAt themAt
At Al All FISTCLASS FIRSTCLASS DEALERS or orBOOTH orBOOTH
BOOTH BOOTHFISHERIES
FISHERIES CO
3 30 West 1st South SouthHOTELS SouthHOTELS
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Notce Notice to Water Users UsersSTATE UsersSTATE
STATE ENGINEERS OPlCB OFFICE SAT SATLke SALT SALTLake
Lke Lake Ciy City Uah Utah AU At 3 31 31Notice
Notce Notice Is hereby given that Jon John A ABgley ABagley
Bgley Bagley and F X Lymn Lyman gven J Jr wh who pt ptofc post postoffice
ofc office BcUre adiresa is Slt Salt Lke Lake Ct City Uth Uthmde Utah Utahmade
mde made applicaton application In acrn accordance wt with the thereulremlnts therequirements
reulremlnts requirements ot chapter 10 105 session on lws lwsof laws lawsof
of Utah 19 1906 t to apprprt appropriate one thou thousan thousand
san sand 10 1000 cubic feet p per second o o of water waterfrom waterfrom
from Svier Sevier rive river Jua Juab county Uta Utah UtahSaid
Sid Said water was as t to have bn ben cUYtd diverted by bymen bymeans
men means of a dam ad and a cnal canal at a point pointwhich
pint pintwhich
which br bears north 18 der degrees I 10 mlnutt minutes minuteseast
east ZR 2 45 tet feet distnt distant fr from the north quar quarter quarter
ter crer corner of section ton 17 towhlp township 1 11 suth suthranx south southrange
ranx range 2 wst west Sl Salt Lake bl base an and me merian meridian
rian ridian fro froei where I it was W t to hve have ben benconveye been beenconveyed
conveye conveyed for a dltano distance of m 2flI0 te feet an anther and andthere <
ther there u used from Apri April 1 to Sptembr September Septemberinclusive 30 30inclusve
inclusve inclusive ot each year to irlate irrigate 1280 1280acr 12929 12929acres
acr acres of land embrace embraced In stio sections 4 5 5S
S 6 7 8 and 18 18 towship township 1 IS stb south rage ragewet range 4 4west
wet west ston sections 1 to I 3 Inulve inclusive tOWshlp township
1 17 suth south range west sions sections 1 to 3 3i 3iInclusive
inclusve Inclusive township 1 11 suth south rage rang i Wet Wetlctons west westsections
lctons sections 1 to 3 Inclusive tQwbp tgwnhip 19 19suth 19south
suth south range i west sctions sections 1 17 18 18 19 19ai
ai 3 3 31 and 1 2 townblp township 1 19 suth suthrang south southrange
rang range 4 west ston sections 5 S 1 1 18 1 30 and
1
3 31 township 10 suth south rnse range 4 wes west sc sctons sec sectiona
tons tiona 1 to a Inclusv inclusive tlhp township W suth suthran south southrange
ran range e I S wet west and scins sections 1 t to In InclUlv8 Inelusive
clUlv8 elusive township 2 21 suth south rnxe range i west westSlt westSalt
Slt Salt Lke Lake bas base and mrdian meridian In addi additon addition
ton tion to the quantty quantity of watr water abe above sped spedfled
fed fled sid said applcant applicants Intne Intended to appro appropilate ap
aro aroprat
prat pilate one hundr hundred thouend thousand 100000 60 acre acrefet acrefeet
fet feet which ws was to have bn been aore stored In Inrervolr a areservoir
rervolr reservoir embraced In twrbip township Ii 1 suth suthrnge south southrange
rnge range 2 west and towhlpi township Ig sth south rge range
2 ws west Sl Salt Lke Lake h base and mian meridian The Thowater Thewater
water was to have bn been st stored whenever wheneveravaiabl wheneveravailable
avaiabl available durng during te the perIod tr from January anuary
pro
1 to Dmbr December 3 31 incusye inclusIve of eah each year yearand ear earand
and rleas released during the period to from Tune
1 to Septemb September 3 30 Incluv InclusIve pro of eh each year yearand
an and allwe allowed to fow flow dow down o te the Dural Duralchannel natural naturalchannel yr yran
channel oC sid said Btol stream to te the point of
diverin diversion abve above splfe specified whe where It pint w was 0 0have ohave
have bn been diverted conveyed and used
In the mnne manner and for te the purpose afore aforesaid us
aore aoresaid
purp
said Sld Said applcat appileatien n was s apPle approyed by
th the state engineer Marh March 11 1 11 1907 and un unt notu
aD
t tu March enBer t Il 1910 was alowe allowed for th the com completon cornpletion
pleton pletion of the works necessary for the ap
proprton propriation of the wter water Te The Sve Sevier River
Lnd Land ad and Water company the assignee assigneeof
of Jor John A A Bgley Bagley aDd F K Ln Lnjr LymanJr 1Ee 1Eeof
jr by Its leto secretary 3 D Lnde Landes whose whosepostoffice
ptotie postoffice addres address is Sl Salt Lke Lake Cty City wos Utah UtahItends Utahintends
Itends intends to carry out the shm scheme oUlnt outlined outlinedabove
abve above except that pplcation ppIIcation I is hreb hrebmade bereb berebmade <
made In acrance accordance wth with ston section i8x24 i8x24chapter
chapter session Ion Jaws of Utah 1x2 11 1109 to tochanx tochange
chanx change the plae place of divron diversion t to a point pointwich pointwhich
wich which ba bears north 4 46 deg degrees 1 32 mInutes mInuteswest
mnuti
west 14 14 fet feet diant diatant fom from th the outheat outheatcorner
steast steastcorner
corner of setion section 2 fl township 14 suth suthrang aou t h hrange
I
rang range 3 wt west Sl Salt Lke Lake b base a and merid meridIan merklian
Ian from where the wte water will 11 b be divert diverte diverted
ed and conveyed to the above described
e conveye deb
land and thr there u used dUrg duning abe th the prol proland per1oI per1oIand
and for the pur purpose above mentioned The Theapplcatin Theapplication
applcatin application Is despate designated in Joto th the tate en engners engineers
gineers oUic office at N N3 1a 1aAl 1311aAll
gners Al All prote protests aainst against the CntaX granting of said saidchange saidchange
change of point of diversn diversion stating the th8r8 thereasons
r8 reasons therfor therefor must b be made aat by affi affidavit
md atl atldavt
davt davit 1f in dupfte duplcate aDd fle filed In tla this office officewthin officewithin
wthin within thirty 3 30 days atte aftee the cmple comple completiori
t tiori o of the publcaton publication CALE CALEB of StateEnglneer TANKR TANIER TANIERStateEnglneer tl this no notice noticeCALEB
Dte Date of first pbUcto pul4icstlon Stte41ar September 1
tS IOOS date of cmplein completion of Spmbr pbflcation 1
Sptembr Beptember 30 1 1TeuUeth lC9 lC9Twentieth pUotin
TeuUeth Twentieth Ceatn1 Century Methods MethodsBARONS MethodsBARONS
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