t HE MORNING EXAMINER WIDEN', STATE ENGINEER'S REPORT. ; Suie Engineer A. F. Doremua has just completed the fourth biennial re- -j port of the state engineer's office and handi-it to the governor. lie rejiort is a lengthy document and give in detail the work done by the office for the cans, and makes several part recommendations which, in Mr. Duie-mi- ii' opinliin, would, if carried out, be of benefit to the state in the future. A greater part of the work dime, in fact nearly all. by this office In been directed toward the establishment, or securing data to establish water rights in the Weber river water stsia. The law requires that these rights shall be established under four general heads: First, the recording of all existing it-- : ter rights; second, to see that future rights are properly recwdisl; ihird. to give an equitable apportionment of water to the several users, and fourth, publicly to record all transfers of water rights. As the Welier wa one of the system In the state that was most needed, the adjudication of water rights was begun on it nearly two years ago and lias been pushed as fast as posaible. until now the work I nearly completed aa far as the state engineer's office is con1 to drie. We want everybody in Ogden and vicinity to ace a aampla of our work. Wo know it'a tho beat Wa want you to know It May our wagon calif Phono or poatal us. j Ogden Steam Laundry of Reed Hotel 171. cerned. It lias been found bv measurements $11.45 SPECIAL for a handsomely decorated dinner aet Other seta for $4.00 and up. We have the line of China. Olnsa and Silverware for Chriatmaa presents. $11.45 that the Weber river yields nuniiilly in round numbers 1.100.1 HI acie feet.' an aerr foot meaning a body of water one foot deep covering an acre of ground. Of this 342.000 feet i used in irrigation and 758.000 flows annually into the Great Halt Lake. When the state engineer's office lie-gwork on this system it was tlmiight that not more than 400 ditches were in use iu the entire system, hut it later drvrhiped that a total of 1.228 canals and ditches divorled the waters for irrigating purposes. The diteh owners wete all entered to put in measuring devices at the head 2476 WASH. AVE. PHONE 147 gate of these ditches and work on this was necessarily slow as nothing could he done during the irrigating season. However, now, the slate engineer ear, nearly every ditch owner has complied with the law, and action wlil lie taken in the cotiria at once tn compel the few delinquent e to put in these measuring leviees. These devices are conso structed that an accurate of the water used can be made on any day in the year. A of water used will then lie e, kept on file in the state engineer's which together witn maps showing the location of every ditch and othon the Pacific coast raise the finest er data regarding the of the ditch coast.Their wines owners, will give the rights grapes on the Pacific a complete state disare absolutely pure. If you wish to and accurate record of the irrigating pense good 'cheer for the holidays rights of every land owner in this disorder some of their wine from trict. Tlii work, ttaya, the state engineer, la necessarily slow and must he lecnrale, as the courts will settle nil 200 ass between ditch owners. mss mi 25th Street disputes It is thought it will lake about two years more to fully determine the water right of every ditch owner in this district, including the'work that has lo be dune by the courts, when lite ownerONeill Bros., Props. No. 232 25th 8t ship of water from the Weber river w ill Dealers In first class liquors of all be settled for all time to eome. CC8T OF WORK TO DATF.. hinds, wines and brandy, All goods do. llvered to any part of 'city every The cost of this work up to date anil Saturday. Whisky 75 cts to $1.75 quart. estimate of the money necessary to Wine 5 eta per quart, 3 quarts, $1. complete the work is placed at $45, Out). Brandy, $1 quart. Whiskey pr. gal. While these figures may appear large, the state engineer says they are noth$2.25 to $6. ONEILL BROS., PROPS. ing to what the coats would he in prol'Phene 115Z. onged litigation to settle lie same questions which can now: easily be determined by the work done by hia office. He say the office has bee criticised somewhat for the carefulness with whirli it has done this work, but he considers that It is absolutely necessary to have the work done correctly ai it will aland for all time aa law on OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. water rights in the Weber river syshere beet. Short orders the Everything tem. all hours. at othAll kinds of game and fish in season. er. It is the intention to take up the aa state water the of great systems Extra fins dinners Sunday, from 12 to 2 p. m., 25c. Fine lunch from soon as this work ia completed until the absolute ownership of every gallon 11 to 4 and 6 to S p. m. of water used in irrigation ia fully de3IM A YOUNG Props. termined. 224 Twenty-fift- h Street. During the past year un application was made by L. B. Dewey for a Certain amount of water to be taken from the Green river for power purposes which was denied. This matter has been carried into the courts and the state engineer is anxious to have it settled as It will be of great importance in the future development of the state. Dewey desire, to erect a power plant H. PATTISON and in hia application said the water B. M. LEEDOM would be returned to the river without any loss to irrigation. An investigaCAFE FALSTAF tion was made and while it was found t the water used would not inconvenience any of the water users at the 2425 Washington Avenue. present time, yet a tract of arid land (Phono 228X) containing over 100,000 acres could be irrigated by this water at the plare it was to be taken from Green river, which it. would be impossible to do if the water was diverted at. that point for power purposes. The application wee not allowed for this reason, and Dewey carried the matter into the courts. Judge Jacob Johnson decided agiiiut the state engineer and the latter carried the matter to the supreme on art of Die state, where the suit is still 100-pie- re Wheelwright Bros., THE ITALIAN SWISS rei-or- COLONY FRIZZINI BROS. Owl Saloon The WHERETO EAT j BOSTON CAFE WINES LIQUORS ALBERT F. RICHEY. UNDERTAKER I nect ion of Chief Deputy I'ercy O. lerkins to the office of county record- er. Koscoe Virus wlil prolobly succeed Mr. Perdue, while Frank Higginbotham, formerly with the Mereur railroad, will likely he appointed to the post at present belli by Mr. Vtgus. Assessor Cuntpltell M. Brovru will probably appoint Seth Pixtoa to the chief cieputyship made vacant by tbe election i' Mr. Brown. Auoe 8. Gab-boland Misa Maude Guyuu are likely to be the other office assistants. Sheriff C. Frank Emery will, it is believed, make no changes in his Haft. County Attorney F. P. Cliristeuaen has announced the names of Willard Hanson aud Job P. Lyon aa hia assist- 'Phone 150. 2373 Washington Ave. FROM WINNING SANDSTONE THE FAVORITE UPSET CALCULATIONS. WHITSTONE'S Favorite Blew Up at tha Stretch and Finished a Bad Fourth at Emeryville. ants. Recorder Persius will prolmhly reI.. May as chief deputy. It is understood Mr. Perkins will make not more than three or four changes iu the force. The changes bate not been anuouuecd. tain John BANQUET IS POSTPONED. In cifder to permit tha attendance ol members of the legislature the Jack-so- n day banquet to be given by the Democrats ot Utah hat bean postponed from Jan. 7 to Monday, Jan. 9. Tbe banquet will be given at tbe Commercial club and w ill at 7 oclock. Senator Simon Bamberger, atale chair man. will be toastmaster aud brief addresses will lie made by prominent members of the party iu the state. The reception rommitiee will consist of Messrs, and Mesdau.es O. W. r. Powers, Joseph M. Cobeu, Simon t, It. 11. Roberts, William F. S. Richards, James H. Moyle, William 11. Dale, Ntilliam 11. King, J. R. Letcher, William M. Koylance, J. K. Barnes. Joseph Ia Rawlins, John K. Hausen. Fisher Hams, Moses Thatcher, Thomas D. Dee, A. R. Weeler, H. J. Hayward, Mrs. E. J. D. Houndy. Secretary Cohen of the committee fiCKels Htya imuy applications for have already been received and hopes those who intend to be present will make their applications for tickets at once so as to rnable tbe committee to make prun-- r arrangements. Tickets ntay be secured from Mr. Cohen at room Ht3, Atlas block. All Democrats and those who are convinced they ought to be Democrats are Invited to attend. la-gi- Bam-bi-rgelgle-near- AUTOPSY ON ELLIS. li Angeles, Calif.. Doc. 20. At Ascot today Whitstone upM-- all calculations by winning the lire) at forty to ime from Sand(oni the favorite, l'lte winner opened at lo to 1. but doeltned back to forty. The auvpiecnsse went to tbe favorite. Mr. Grain Uatluniyne Tell at the first jump and jocacy McBride had a narrow escape as tlte burse turned a complete Miniinersaitit. Two favorites won .Weather cloudy, track fast. Summary: First race, five aud a half lurlongs Whitktoue, won: Sandstone, second; Keiador. third. Tin. 1 :0S. Second race, six lurlongs - itoae ot Hilo, won; Gulden ivy, second; Lady Mirthful, iliird. Time, l:H 3.4. Third race, handicap ateeplechaae short course -- Mrs. Gram, won; Flea, second; Allegiauce, third. Time. 3:tW. Fourth race Tra motor, won; second; Maggie Mackey, Hurd. Time, 1 ;ip. Fifth race, one mile and seventy yards Merwan, wun; Hcleraon, second; Ltistlg, third. Tram. l:4ti. Sixth race, aix furlongs Happy Chappy, won; Ben Lor, second; '1 am O'Sbauter, third. Time, 1:14 t Lo-tru- a, JOCKEY MONKOK BARRED RIDING. FROM New Orleans. I .a.. Dae. 30. Joekev Monroe who has been unable to furnish tbe stewards an explanation uf his rare n Joe in the sixth tare last Wednesday lias barred from riding here for ihe remainder of the meeting. Fin-- t race, half won; furlong. Florentine second; Jade third. Time, lu-e- Km-ho- 1:7. Second race, six an, a half furlongs Mary Glenn won; Ml Ladi Ixtve second; third. Time, 1:21 Third race, aix furlongs. Optional won: Fox Meade second; Dick Bernard third. Time 1:143-5- . Fourth race, mile and three sixteen! ha Catalina won: Bengal second; Midr $-- 5. shipman third. Time. 2:01 rift It race, mile and three sixteenths Hand Spinner won; Beaucaire second, Frank Rice third. Time. 2:02 Sixth race, five and half furlong Dallas won; Hell of Fort land second; Tootsy Mark third. Time, 1:01 3-- 5. An autopsy was held this morning at Joseph William Taylor's undertaking establishment over the body of Charles 11. Ellis, who waa burned to death in hia house laal Tuesday afternoon. T he jury went to Ellis' house Thursday and found the old man's pipe in the ashes, a .id also the glasses out of hltr spectacles. Tho lamp was picked up in pieces about the room, indlcsting that it had been turned over or exploded. No other evidence of any Importance waa found. The funeral services will bo held at 2 o'clock afternoon at Joseph William Taylor's undertaking parkin. Thu luKiimojiy in the inquest held over the binty of Private Haasett, who was sEot by Silas Smith in a row at Fort Douglas last Saturday night, waa finished yesterday afternoon but no new evidence was introduced In the case. Tbe case went to tha jury last night but the verdict will not be rnadu until IU oclock this morning, BOARD FOR HOSPITAL. The Dr. W, H. Groves Latter-daSaints hospital will be opened shortly after the first of the year. The medical board baa been appointed by the board of trustee and the apart-Buraare now being fitted out. The building waa commenced over a year ago. The following were appointed on tbe medical staff: Medical director, Job. S. Richards, Charles F. Wilcox, Stephen I Richards, Ralph T, Richards, Samuel 11. Allen, S. C. Baldwin and C. C. Snyder. y ti SALT LAKE NOTES. The interior qf the lower, story of the police headquarters at the old city hall is being renovated by tbe application of a new cost of paint and paper. New chairs and other things needed to afld to the comfort of the policemen will be provided. James Craige, a soldier at Fort Douglas, who was confined to the guardhouse, made his escape Thursday afternoon. Craige is about firs feet eight inches tail and bae brown eyes, black hair and a reddish complexion. The police were notified and kept on tbe lookout for tbe man during tbe night. 4-- 5. 3-- 5. San Krauciseo, Dec. 36, Three favorites won at Emeryville today in an ordinary card. Glendene won at 20 to 1 in the first race and in the fourth Bard Burns, the favorite, blew up at the atreich.flDiahiug a bad fourth. Weather rainy; trarh sloppy. Summary Jockey Reed waa indefinitely for hia ride on Golden Buck today. First race, five furlongs Glendene won, Saocliarage second, True Wing third. Time. 102. Second race, aix furlongs Tellenaut won. War Time, second; Ilipponax third. Time, 1:22 Third rare, fnrlurity course, David Boland won, Ed. Rodim second; Gallant Cassie third. Time, 1:13. race. mile, and fifty yards. Briers won. Wenrick second, Barrack ' third. Time, 1:46 Fifth race, one mile. Darksome won, Down Patrick second; Serenity thlnL Time 1:44 Sixth rare, one mile and a sixteenth Magrade won. Padua aecond; G. W, Traaen, third. Time, 1:49, ana-pend- 3-- 4. 3-- 4. b iir,.. ... -- kitr, Pewarru, a currency of New Brltal la an instance of how the spoils of tl chase uiny lie turned to account as tL outward and visible sign of Dewarra is made by stringing tLi shells of a dug whelk upon tbe ribs o. palm leaves. These strings may bi retailed at so aincti a fatltom usual! the price Is equivalent to about tbre shillings a fathom length or they may be made Into various articles of per onal adornment to be worn on grea1 occasions. In New Britain the do warn boarded up by a rich man la produced at bis feneral and divided among his belrs in much the same kind of way aa personal prejerty is divided among ua Flab Diet Sat Far tha Taler. Fine voices, it is said, are seldom found in s country where fish or meat diet prevails. Those Italians who eat the roost fish (these of Naples and Genoa) have few fine singers among them. .The sweet voices are found in the Irish women of tbe conntry. and not ef the towns. Norway is not a country of singers, because they eat too much fish, but Sweden la a country ef grain and song. The carnivorous birds croak; grain eating birds Word lias been received by Salt friends of the death ia j season, Miss., of Sirs. Shinglciir, widow ot the latn Major James A. Sfalngleur, and t'other of Misa Elixalalh Shing-leupending. who Is well known here, bliss The report is supplemented with was tbe guest two summers maps and drawings showing Shinglcur uf Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wood. tha work accomplished during the past ago tws year. Eczema, scald head, hives, Jtchiness of the skin of any sort Instantly reAPPOINTING DEPUTIES. cured. Doan's Sing. lieved, permanently have been busy Ointment At any drug store. County office Far Hikky'a Brea. during the put few days In making HOW THE STORY STARTED. Shopman You want a nice motto to up their lists of Militants. The list of applicants has not been sufficiently hang up in tbe bouse, ma'am 7 How London, Dec. 30. It transpired to- would Hraren Blass Our Home or Short to cause marked comment and the only foundation fur the No Place Like Heme do? Severe the "turning down has been rather day that mors general this year because some story of heavy Insurance on the life Looking Lady Wouldn't do at all of Nicholas at here Emperor Lloyds and will officials have been What I want ia a ctrfl to bang up lo retain their old force, while some of by holders of Rusalan bonds waa the tho ball bearing tbe words Better the sew officers have decided to mive fact that an individual yesterday pro- Late Tbag Never. few changes in the force employed by posed to take a policy for $S,oov on the Russian emperor's life at 15 their predecessors. Wkr fi Tfeta fiat In the office of County Clerk J. U. guineas per thousand fur a year. He A father of four boys bas discovered Eldndge, Jr., it is understood David today took out a policy of $2,500 at that different sounds travel with difA. Smith will be made bead of the that rate. ferent velocity. district court department, succeeding A call to dinner, be says, will carry STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. George G. Armstrong, who was elect over a ten acre field la a minute amT d ta the district bench. 'William H. Notice Is hereby given that the an- a balf, while a summons to return to Farnsworth la slated for the head of the probate department, succeeding nual meeting of the stockholders of work takes from five to eight minutes. M. EM rerise. H. F. Evans, C. 8. Burk-walta-r. the Standard Publishing company will Cbams. Howard A. King and Joseph F. be held at tbe office of the company, street, Ogden, Mill AM to Attend ta MacKnight will be deputies snd the No. 360 Twenty-fourtclerical force will Include W. E. Jen- Utah. Monday, Jan. 3, 1905, at 2 p. m., I told Uncle Simon that he was getLuc-reti- a for the purpose of electing officers for ting too old and feeble to attend to kins, Misa Addle Dunbar, Miss C. Witcher, the ensuing year and transacting such business." Cooler, Mrs. Magarct other business as may come before Mrs. Cora 8. Dixon, Mrs. Helena Did be tske it kindly?" Miss Lillian James, Miss Eve- the meeting. D. T. TRACY, Secy. lie threw me out of hia office. and Dec. 1104. Rose Misa 10th, Nye Ogden, Utah, lyn Aldington, Vanity Fair. Miss McLaughlin. Nearly all of these ofRATES TO with LAKE the SALT CHEAP are at present connected Looking Plenoaat. CITY. fice. Photographer Now. sir, if you'll look . Treasurer W. O. Carbis will probaba little less as though you had a bill JAN. IsT AND 2nd. ly mide no changes ia his present for the round trip via the to meet :td a lPHe more at though fare One force. A change in the office of Auditor I. .y you'l! be Oregon Short Line. Tickets good re- you'd Just lov-- left a turning until Jan. 9th. M. Firii?r is made necessary by the picture.- - New Yorker. r, Carpentering, Building, Repairing aw. Remodeling ef Hauaaa Promptly attended to. AB work Gusrantoad. Enquire of Ola Noieon, S4S IMS atroet Telephony $23-y. rsneMflaeaB If want Eastern j Beef d go to Ballard & Rkickcrs $31 24th Street. Phone No. $11 h Me-Int- " MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE. Ah) fauts and Chattel Loans Beratae quick, eonfldentlal and private. Kn eommiiiloa. WESTERN BROKERAGE CO. Tbnne Blt-s- . 223-- 4 Series Bidg. gr-wi- r.g e 1iala'a Scheme. It was Mr. Strwirr, a London jeweler. who wa instrumental in exposing the notorious Iiotu. who claimed to have discovered tbe pliiloaopbers fclone. Hia meihnd con Intel In having a bag of gold dust concealed tip his sleeve, from wUe'.i, by an ingenious contrivance. he was able to vqiieere the powdered metal iiMMihvd into Hie crucible. By this iweaus lie wa able to melt a sovereign and produce three or four times it weight in metal. Maaaaemeat at tha Spaaa. t'se the spoon only to stir tra or coffee; never use it to sip or drink wlih. As soon as the liquid la ttirred place tbe spoon iu tbe saucer and leave it there during tbe remainder of the men!. If a second cup is desired, pass tbe cup with tbe spoon in tbe saucer, not in tbe cnp. Do not drink from tbe cup with the non In It. lilw. are now in order. A good one la let ua aupply you with anything yon may need in our line. Wo have .the stock and ran fill orders prompL THE Cedes Lumber Company The Fata Kaoai. Why do they call It the palm room? asked Hie bride ns they entered Hie hotel dlniug room. The palma are very few and only varuUhed ones. The waiter, the waiter, my dear. They all have palms, slid they must be silvered by Ihe gueel. tie vela nd Leader. HEALTH BOTTLED Nature delicious sparkling Nectar, ft creates that axalted foaling ol perfect health by dean slag tha system of all ia purl be, Toaraelf, The real opportunity for self improvement ia not in the city or in tbe eunntry or anywhere outxldc of you; it Is In yourself. Tbe Initial impulse, nr motive to do or to la, must coma from wltbln or nowhere. Success. The Baraaia LaAr. rierk What kind of u traveling bag ran I show you, mndum? Mrs. Runabout Well, I want tn get a ml leather fifteen dollar bag for si tout $1.99 nr something like that. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Tha Aaiaaat Henalaltr. CTiolly-llo- w much money would a man have to have to marry you? Simla it yourself you have In mind? He there ia. Yams, I mippoKe so. She-- Ail n-- FAVORITES WON IN IN ORDINARY CARD. ct Corn-Fe- kIiui.cii. the of Virgil, baa . as Uvu at nil i.n.e fiiu.-one of the of iri..tij it divide w Corf! the rii: being the ricbeet ntu in. 11 Irnrtitui .f the blilnn group. .'!..d wl.:1.- tte evergreen mc!-:i forest 0:1 it t the of every trjveier the fertility ef It vine r !:' baa made the Utile briiiwl fiuu.-ii-: anion tbe u.iirket f tin woild. The vine ia t dwarf variety whirli grows the currant of eonim-'rrThe growing of t!:' vine N tl e ch!.-- Industry of the island, but there sic also olive in Tendon Time. great nunil-er.- m- - ;!i-i- A t. us you llc "iienii.ro-i- i THE WORLD of have tho aatiafaction knowing you are gottlng tho vory boat launarywork that anybody can do. Ita atyliah, ita wall dona In avery reapact and abova all Ita done without the wear and tear that it rtceivea at moat laun-- Fait Tlir itrianiifnl ibc -- you Phono No. a-- DECEMBER f.l, 1904 Zauie. SPORTS OF When We Do Your Work Aililreaa CTAD. SAT 'I DAY MORNING, l c... At First class Bars, Cates, Clubs and Drug Storss. FRED. J. KIEtSEL (D. CO.. - T manage lo keep my boarders longer than you do, said tlie first landlady. the Oh, I don't know," rejotnad other. You keep them eo thin that they look longer tbaa they really are. Chicago News, nutslhsiinra The Roubrette The leading lady rlaima to hava been married to one man for acven consecutive years. Ixiw Comedian Huh! Soma woman will do almoat anything to gain n little notoriety! Chicago Nows. You need a New Suit and Overcoat for yourself and boys. Putnams has them in great abundance and at the Right Prices Don't Fail to Call and I00K them over before YOU BUY THE PUTNAM CLOTH IKMJ 2345 WASHINGTON AVENUE.