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WHY ' Ha . THE FIFTH MAN LEFT Wore a Wig and the Other Four Men at the Table Were Bald and Talkative. A J DISCUSS PROBLEMS OF THE IRRIGATOR In the smoking room of a west--' bound ocoan liner two dajB out from an English port five men But at a "small game" of poker. When the chips bad been cashed la the men re- TWENTIETH SESSION OF THE NA tained their places, and presently one TIONAL IRRIGATION CONGRESS of the party Bald: "This la funny; HELD IN SALT LAKE. four bald heads out of a possible Bve," and then there was a discussion aa to the causes of baldness. In which all took part except the uuatHicted Questions of Vital Interest to the Far man, who was a good listener for a mers of the Nation Considered by while. He then bade the others good Delegates From Every Section of eight When he had gone the young-fH- t America and Foreign Countries. of the group, who was less bald than the others, said: "Do you know why Mr. Wank made the getaway? Salt Lake City. The twentieth sesHe wears u wig, and is probably as bald as any of us." And for the rest sion of the National Irrigation came to a close on Thursday, of the Journey Mr. Blank's head was with the selection of Phoenix. Arizona, the object of study at a distance for he never again 'appeared In th as the meeting place next year and the election of a new set of officers. smoking room. The offlcera chosen were: Major UNTOLD AGONY WITH ECZEMA Richard W. Young of Salt Lake, pres. ident; J. 11. Case of Abilene, Kans., first John Fairweathot 170 N. 16th St., Ore. Portland. "The eczema which started about twe of Fresno, Cal., second years ago, broke out In ray wrists 8. II. Lea of IMerre. S. D.. third Richard P. Brgoss of Kl then spread to my fingers. I suffered untold agony with them until I began Paso, Texas, fourth to use Cuticura Remedies. It would Kurt Grunwald of Pueblo, Colo., firth Arthur Honker of Spoappear In little pimples or blisters like, and when I scratched them, they kane. Wash., secretary; executive comwould appear In little scales. Ths mittee, George A. Snow of Salt Lake, Itching would be so bad that I could chairman; Arthur 1 looker1. ,ecretaryi hardly sleep of nights. I would scratch national board of governors, Richard my hands until they were most numb, W. Young, chairman; Arthur Hooker, then when the blood would course secretary; George A. Snow; IHuglaa through them again the burning and White of California, L. Newman ol smarting would be so bad that I could Montana, Louis K. Sweet of Colorado. hardly stand It, and I got to be sc It was In Salt Lake on September easily irritated that my husband bad 15, 1891, that the first session of the to use all of bis patience to get along National Irrigation congress was held with me. i The session Just held In the city "I believe I bad tried Just about where the organization was founded very remedy offered to the public for was one of the moat successful In the such diseases, without any relief what- annals of the congress, which was soever, until my mother recommended the week from naduring changed Cuticura Remedies to me. I only to International scope. From tional used the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura of Ointment once when my cure began, the great pageant and the rendition and in a month of use It whs gore en- the Ode to Irrigation which marked Its first session to the meetings ol tirely." (Signed) Mrs. Thos. Wahsh. Thursday ail plans have bxu carried Oct. 11. 1911. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold to complete fruition. Administration of government reclathroughout the world. Sample of each for ths mation projects, referred to with free, 32p. Skin Hook. Address CtltU-lxtn- , occupost-car"Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." most part In adverse pied a large amount of attention at . Adv. the Thursday session. Hoag LASTING ALMANAC. land of Nebraska led In the discussion during the thirty minutes allowed foi consideraUon of such matters. H a!d ttat land la the North Piatt pro' v VI ject In Nebraska was fettled upon th t I ban Is of $35 an acre, but that this price had Increased to I"., an acre. In hli opinion the t..000.u)0 expended by the government reclamation protect should charged off to development a in the caae ol by the g river a:i 1 harbor Improvement Fen At the rio-- e of th-- j ator Nfwland utg-tolerant on ths part of Matters up'in re!ama:lon projects In face of serious problems encountered by the government In ad a vv(-'- luiiiUira'ion of such affairs. Tbe settlers should a ! o avoid any ne:n blance of repudiation of Mimi due tb government, declared the senator, II they wiahed to preserve the Integrity of promises by the men who urgcC The A nt I d like to l you a the panase of tbt reclamation act. farmer's altnanne. Don Bark of Idaho, irrigation s Tb IJubc land's sake, mialer, I of the diartment of agriculture pert in 1?03 ot.u wore bought lh't ain't delivered an address on "Tb Lhily ol out yet. Water In Idaho." He was fr!Iowe by TrofeMr Lewis A. Merrill, who A CLERGYMAN'S TESTIMONY. spoke on "Stock Raising and Hairy Trofo Tbe Itev. Edmund lWlop of Wig. Ing In the !rrlrtd Region. ton. Pa, suffered from Iropy for a sfr Henry 8. Graves, t'n'ted S'atej year. His limbs and wre swol- forester, de'.irer-- an address on "Tb t len and puffc-d- . lie bad hnart fiuMei Nation and the States in Tr'oreatry." Ir. W. K. Garrin, pre'df-n- t of Ire. was d!y and exhausted at New Mexico t'o)l"S of Acrlruitur j the Pat exer-tion- . read a paj-- r oa 'fjood Roads as a -He de Hands and State and N :al were cold clared good roads a necui)iity and row j f t and he bad such than lucal la alu aa overcoming is j a draeing sniv la!! on. H S. Lea of Komh Haliota, II. rj j tion across thn I' ins that It wss WaikT of Kansas and Mr Thr difficult to morn son of New Moii'o each read a five j t minute paper oa pumping for Irriga j! Rev. E. Hew lop After ofusing Dodds Hon. botes The renins loo was held In ths Kidney Tills the swelling disappearle Monday morning. rVptern ed and he f' lt himaelf again. He says TalKma ao. with t ItaKt a tbotind d"ie tie bas been benefited and blessed by from ev-rauction of AnHMi the use of Dodds Kidney Tills, Sev- any many from countries p- f'rignwas eral months latr be wrote: I hate ent. The Tatwrnale it m rot changed my faith In your remedy lag eiiimfed that twelTefiHe. lh'i5anf since lh above statement was author people !(end th opefin H'ssion Ised. Correspond with Rev, K. lies As sureogie-- In the olfiiUl of Trei1ent lop about this wonderful remedy, Frsftrig rj, T bo Dodds Kidney Tills. &Oc at I'nited states inator from Npvsii. your dealer or Dodds Md!rine Co.. and flared In the preliminary kma of the d"l"rte, the twentieth Uiiffalo, N. Y. Write for Moiuwhnld tn Ul Inru3-Hints, alo rr.Ml? of National Aft'betn IrriealJoi oTier-s tM't eton CEngliah and German crdl and re- a",)f'tf'T,' fnrr control of Amiir'i cipes for dainty di'hes. All 3 sr.t fre, In the brodot ever conirtly env Adv. a by wody. plfd m nn1 bm lt.,a,f,n f ,n( Youthful Woman Pail''. Stesl set to Rev. Atifift In U McfKti. of h drain of now and Methodist rburrb of UecrgMows. and reftilMnt rapi'sl f"m the emicra'iiTn moveI oman the Mv. youngest Arrowslc, ment to Canada, was vi'al tator In New Erigtand Sfii Is In bor question to te coiis;d'red by the s. nested eirly twenties and hav a warm di Ther on on the i li ebnrch work for nearly four year. t the National !rrl I l a !lreti In baving fH ttft rtttlon tofterr I.tuhop John W Hamilton, of Were-- ' bit the merrr plan was Coera. ler. sot approved. con-gres- s vice-preside- t; t; -- d Joint Absolution Proposlitg an Amendment to Section 9, Artlclo VI, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, Relating to the Compensation of the Members of the Legislature. and mixed), capable ef private ownership; but this shall nut be bo construed as to authorize the taxation of the stock of any company or corporation, when the property of such Rompany or corporation represented by such stock, has been taxed. The Legislature shall provide by luw for an annual tax sufficient, with other sources of revenue, to defray th estimated ordinury expenses of the State for each fiscal year. The Legislature shall also provide for the payment of the SUite debt, If any there be, before the same becomes due; and provide for the payment of the Interest on said debt a It may fall due. Sec. 2. The Secretary of State is hereby ordered to give this proposition to be published in at least one newspaper in every county in the State, where a newspaper ki printed and published, for two months preceding the next general election. Sec. 3. This proposition shall be submitted to the electors of this State at the next general election for their approval or disapproval. All official ballots used at such election shall have printed or written thereon the word., "For the amendment of Section 2, Article 13, of the Constitution, relating to the general taxation of property," "Yes," "No," and shall otherwise be prepared and submitted to the electors as may be provided by law, and said ballot shall be received, counted and canvassed, and returns thereon be made In the same manner In all respects as is or may be provided by law In the case of election of State officers. Sec. 4. If adopted by the electors of the State, this amendment shall take effect January 1st, 1913. State of Utah. Office of the Secretary 8. of State. f, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of State of the State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of a resolution proposing an amendment to Section 2, Article XIII of tbe Constitution of the State of Utah, relating to taxation. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my band and affixed the Great Seal of the State or Utah, at Salt Lake City, this 22nd day of August, 1912. C. S. TINGEY. (Seal) Secretary of State. Be it Enacted by the legislature of the State of Utah, of All the Members Elected to Kach of the Two Houses Concurring therein. Section 1. That it is proposed to ame&C Section 9, Article VI, of the Constitution of Utah, so that the same two-thir- rill read as follows: 9. Until otherwise provided by law, the members of the Legislature shall receive Klght Dollars $$.0u) per day and ten cents per mile for the distance necessarily traveled going to and returning from the place of meeting on the most usual route, and shall receive no other pay or perquisite. Sec. 2. The Secretary of State Is hereby directed to submit this proposed ameudment to the electors of the State at the next general election In the manner provided by law. Sec. 3. If adopted by the electors of the State, this amendment shall lake effect January 1st, 1913. State ef Utah, t Office ef the Secretary v as. of State. ) Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of State of the State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a full, true and correct copy of a reiolutlou proposing an amendment to Section 9, Article VI, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, relating to the Compensation, of the Members of the Legislature. IN TESTIMONY WiHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of Utah, at Bait Luke City, this 22nd day of August, 1912. C. S. TINGEY, (Seal) Secretary of State. I. In the Sec. 3. If adopted by the electors of the State, this amendment, shall take effect January 1st, A. J). 1913. ) State of Utah, Office of the Secretary as. ) of State. I, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of State ot the State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing U a full, true and correct copy of a resolution proposing an amendment to Section 1 of Article XI of the Constitution of the State of Utah, relating to coun ties, cities and towns, and providing for the creating of new counties. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of Utah, at Salt Lake City, this 22nd day of August. 1912. C. S. TINGEY. tSeal) Secretary of State. A Joint Resolution Providing an Amendment to Section 17, Article 7, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, Relating to the Duties of the Auditor and of the Treaaurer. Be it Enacted by the Legislature of of all the State of Utah, the Members Elected to Each of the two-third- s Two Houses concurring therein: Section 1. That It is proposed to amend Section 17, Article 7, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, so that the same will read as follows: 17. The Auditor shall be Auditor of Public Accounts. The public moneys shall be deposited by the Treasurer, under the supervision of the Board of Examiners, and aa provided by law. Sec. 2. The Secretary of State is hereby directed to submit this proposed amendment to the electors of the State at the next general election In the manner provided by law. Sec. 3. If adopted by the electors of tbe State, this amendment shall take effect January 1st, 1913, State of Utah, Office of the Secretary 68. of State. I, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary of State of the State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a f nil, true and correct copy of a resolution proposing an amendment to Section 17, Article VII, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, relating to the an duties of the Auditor and of the Treas- Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment of Section 3, Article 13, , of the Constitution of the State of Utah, Relating to Taxation. A Be it resolved and enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah, two-thir- of AH the Members Elected to each of the Two Houses Concurring therein: . Section 1. That it Is proposed to amend Section 3, of Article 13, of the Constitution of the State of Utah so A Joint Resolution Providing Amendment to Section 11, Article 13, urer. that the aame will read as follows: IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. 1 have of the Constitution of the State of 3. The Legislature shall provide by harannto aa mv hnnrl onrt afflvAf ttia law for a Just and equitable assessto and State Utah, Relating County urrm oei oi me niaie or uian, hi ment of the property of the State at Boards of Equalization. Salt Lake City, this 22nd day of its actual money value. All taxes August, 1912. shall be uniform on the same class of C. S. TINGEY, De it Enacted by the Legislature of (Seal) tbe limits within territorial property s Secretary of State. of All of of tbe authority levying the tax, and the State of Utah, the Members Elected to Each of the A Joint Resolution shall be levied and collected for pub- Two Proposing an Houses concurring therein: lic purjioies only; Provided, that a deAmendment of Section 4, Article 13, Section 1. That it is proposed to duction of debits from credits may be of the Constitution of the State of amend Section 11, Article 13. of the authorized; Provided further, that the Constitution Utah, Relating to the Taxation of of State of bo the Utah, of of United the that the same will the States, property Mines. as read follows: school state, counties, cities, towns, Until otherwise provided by dlttrlct. municipal corporations and Irtw,11. there XUs be a State Hoard of It Resolved and Enacted by the public libraries, lota with the bulldintts Equalization shall consisting of four resi- Legislature of the State of Utah, two-thirthereon used exclusively either for dents of All the Members' Elected to of tbe State who shall be apreligious worship or charitable pur..u .tu Each of tbe Two Houses concurring "' poses, and places of burial not held1,'lbo e. oose therein. ,h or used for private or corporate bene- u ''!" ""l8""' Section 1. That it Id proposed to f, ofrk; shaU be 'or four 't,,,rs fit. shall be exempt from taxation; succewors appoint-rum- . i:mnl Section 4, of Article 13, of the are their andana un,t" d.Wbc, canals, reservo'rs, pipes C onstitution of tho Stale of Utah, so 8n,'J, l"11" s owned and ued by Individual! Prov,i'"d' ,hat ,wo rtbat bo the same will read as follows: of members shall appointed or corporations for Irrigating lands ' 4. All mines and mining claims, 1 her nhall a so be " wr.cd by such individuals or corpora- - ''VP,r of the State a t ounty both placer and rock In place, containlons. or the individual n.cmr, n each ofcounty Kqtiallxatlon. consisting of ing or bearing gold, silver, copper, thereof, shall not to separately taxed ""' I,oard of County Commissioner! lead, or other valuable precious ion a. ihrv .hall h ownd mi a;d county. The duty of the State 'metal, after purchase thereof from nwd exclusively for such purpose; of taxed at Provided further, that mortgages upon Hoard of Equalization and of the sev- ;tho United States, shall be the price greater than both real and personal property shall eral County Hoards of K'jtiall fcntlon !a value not s the United States therefor, be exempt from taxation; Provided shall be to adjust and equalize tbe paid the surface ground, or some part valuation of the real and personal further, that th taxes of th ind!g"nt ' hufeof, of such mine or claim, is tiicd " i poor may be remitted or abated at such b,? r,r' ifor other than mining pui poses and .c?unVcs as may U time and In surfa msi.i-.t-has a separate and Independent value ,videdbylaw. O,hor du!ici Mshall provided by law. may be jfor such other purpose-3-; in w hich case ,',rh, Sec. 2. The Secretary of State la r"Jr" ,sa!d surface ground, or any part therehereby ordered to pive this propoi- - j Provided The Secretary of State Is of, so uwd for other than mining pnr-- ; tion to be published In at least one!. , poses, shall be taxed at Its value for .,..,.v ..... i riPraiMr in ivrT rminfv In thn ' poi"d amendment to the electors of such other purposes, as provided by a Mate n"re 'h a. v. A general election law; and ail the machinery used In ntl'g pre - j"" huhl i fnf ,n manner provided by law. mining, and all property and surface rrA'.n ,h rwu to n br the electors Improvements upon or appurtenant Fee". 2 shell be' 8or- 3- - ,f Tb's this amendment shall mines and mining claims, which have submitted to the electors of this state of, the State, a value separate and Independent of 1 January 1st, 1913. st the next rrnoral cWtlon for their ,uk such mines or mining claims, and the of Siate Utah, All official or approval disapproval. net annual proceeds of all such precballots ur d at w a election shall have Office of Ihe Secretary ious metal mines and minina claims, of State. or thereon the written wordi. pr'ntd I. CharlfS 8. Tincey, Secretary of shall be taxed as provided by law. All For the amendment (o Section containing coal, hydro-carboArtkle 13 r the fonntitution rHatlng State of the State of Utah, do hereby lands stone deposit., after purchase thereto tbe clair.raion of properly for certify that the foregoing la a full, or I'nited States, and all copy of a resolution of from the purproa of taxation't "Yea." -- No." Iru" and correct and surface Improvements property n amendment Section to and shail o!hrwie and proposing prepared or appurtenant to such lands n!it! i'Ud to the eleciora as may II, Arti le XIII of the Constitution of iiipon whic h have a value separate and Inof to State t fta' and said Vltth, otherwise relating jibe prnv11d by taw, dependent of all such lands, and the countod andi" 'ouny Hoards of K'ltiallwitlon. 'net tabol shall be proceeds of all such land and the I IN TESTIMONY have and canvaMd. re'arna Ibron WIIEKHOK, of all valuable deposit.! r-t manner In hand same all and the tnad In tbe and affiled horpun'o my 'contained nnt taxed in a crude therein r- of Great Seal at j the Slate of Utah, ai or may be provided by or raw shall be taxrd as condition, Hall 22nd of this ram law in the of election of State! City, day 'provided by law. frkers. jAtiBiint, 1812. 2. The Secretary Of State is Sec. 4 C. 8. TINGEY If adapted If the elector (Heal) Je. to give this proposition ordered hereby of th Staf. this amendment shall Secretary of State. to be published In at least one newa-- ( lake effect Januaty 1st, 1913. paper in every county In Ihe State i Proposing an Amendment to Section 1, w here a newspaper is printed and fate c.f Vtah. Office of the Article 11, of the Constitution, Reretary as. for two months preceding tbe J of lJfate. lating to Counties, Cities and Towns, next general election. I. Cbnt',tn a. Tinrer, Secretary of S :. 3. Th' proposition shall be and Providing for the Creating of hereby fate of tbe Pae of Utah, (to subrtilMed to the electors of this State New Counties. a la that the full, forego'ng certify !at the next general election for their tni and crrT"rt miv of a resolution All official approval or disapproval. ( tie the 3. Ijecialature to flcjolved tl by P't'nn imr,'!mpiit t(Wii) ballots used at such election shall of have ankle XIII. of the vfritution ofjof the Htate of Utah, or written thereon the elected to each of Ihe words. printed the Siate of Utah, rtiatjnsf to taa-"Tor Ihe amendment ot 3c-'HoDoners (Two concurring: (in. 4, Artie 13, of tbe 1 bav IN mSTIVONT j fwt on 1. That It la prored to relating to th taxation Constitution, of mines." affitr-the amend of and of band Article the II. fwtion I, my teteijn'o ."Yen." "So." and shall otherwise he of the S'ate of Utah, al : t'onsi jf ution of the State of Utah, so .prepared and submitted to the electors Great Salt tMk" nty, this 22nd day of .that the sm yhall read as follows: las may be otherwise provided by law, , The coiin'iea of the Ter- - and said ballot shull be received. j Anrn.t, r. TTNGKY, tfeail ritorr of Utah existing at the time counted and canvassed, and returns of Sta'e. of thn adoption of the t'ont'tuf io:. 'thereon be made in tbe same manner are berehy tecoanized aa divisions of and in ail as Is or may lie 4 Jeiet f1eiirtion Prcpoaing an th'a f:at. and the precincts and .provided byrespect.! law In the case of elecnow Amendment of tettion 2. Article II. iwhool d;srkt existing In said tion of State officers. ef t ef the State s' eocintiea as legal subdivisions thereof, Sec. 4. If adopted by tbe electors Coti((tin md they shall so continue until 'of the State, this amendment shall Taxation. Utah, Pefat rg a 'chsneed by law In pnrsuanre of Ibla lake effect January 1st, 1913. l Tb 1eeKjlatiire may by J 1 by tbe attirle. State of Utah, He It and F.ni for Ihe forma'ion of Office of tbe Secretary I en. Porte Rejects inteeven(i,n of Utah. to-third- new law provide lalilafBt of tbe and locating the county ) of State. ef n'.l H,e mwlirs elected to London. A difpMrh fro!) CtbM(-Uftopl- e thereof. Every County rhi'h I, Charles 8. Tlngey, Secretary of Honaea of tone the ecb arring bas It shall be formed from territory taken State of Ihe State of Utah, do hereby says the . ' from any other county or counties rm"4 reject a profTer of Tarofeas therein. e--i 1 i, , Section certify that tbe foregoing Is a Will, 1r s'tletneit o? Ihe trne and correct copy of a resolution fta ka q'ie!Wii and !ih" 'ting debts and liabilities of proposing an amendment to Section 4, o!J retard oT,ttot;oi, of be ftat- - of Utah. b a pr'.ffef a an r.fr!n1!y act. as Wlowi: H" . Jr Article XIII of the Constitution of that lb- - same wlil X. or' the State of Utah, relating to tbe taxAil in tbe Ptate. net b Oow'd tha.1 Livt A breed. ""F snW ation of mines. the laws of tbe United j V44 ev.mj-- t - majority of the qualb IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 bare N er ender ,bl Cotsaftn'lo.. Tok Fran J IH hand and affixed the 'tm hereunto set wife and th? ar f-tbe laws f tb F'e-'- ef Utah, shall or countiea to be sliamero- - Great Peal ofmythe State of Utah. St t- tat4 y law. Theij" eowaty Mves fr Fraae- - TiHif and to'l vote tberefor. shall i Salt Lake City, this 22nd day of sejra?ly d In s Article, as wcrd f rriv-!Mr and Mrs. Ova i male .s August. 1912. I '" Is lcrby owiared e lclnf 'reiary oi w tb-- ir tot t this tnhmM establiaalaf egtrdinf C. 8. TINGTTf, piass proposed franchls.es. and wda. fiertaaaeal feiidenee abreei. ednit to tbe electors of the Stat (Seal) X anauers Secretary of Suit. two-third- ds """.. ' e I H d.ui'':i. t.-- at the next general election manner provided by law. . Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to Section 4, of Article v 14, of the Constitution of the State of Utah, Fixing the Limit of InCountiea, Cities, debtedness, of Towns and School Districts. A lie it Kcsolved by the Legislature s ot All of the State of Utah, thj Membcni Electedin to Kach of the Two Houses voting favor thereof: Section 1. It is proposed to amend Section 4, of Art Hie 14. of the Constitution of the State of Utah, bo that the same will read ns follows: 4. When authorized to create as provided In Section 3 of this Article, no county shall become indebted to an amount, including existing indebtedness, exceeding two per centum. No city, town, school district, or other municipal corporation, shall become Indebted to an amount, including existing indebtedness, exceeding four per centum of the value of the taxable property therein, tho value to be ascertained by the last assessment for State and County purposes, previous to the Incurring of such indebtedness; except that in incorporated cities the assessment shall be taken from tbe la.3t assessment for city purposes; provided, that no part of the Indebtedness allowed in this Section shall be Incurred for other than strictly county, city, town, or school district purposes; provided further, that any city of the first class and any city of the second class having over 20.000 inhabitants, when authorized as provided in Section 3 of this Article, may be allowed to incur a larger indebtedness not exceeding four per centum additional, and any city of the second class having Icbs than 20,000 inhabitants, and any city of the third class, or town, when authorized as aforesaid, may be allowed to Incur a larger indebtedness not exceeding eight per centum additional for the purpose of supplying such city 6r town with water, artificial lights, or sewers, when the works for supplying such water, lights, or sewers ehall be owned and controlled by the municipality. Sec. 2. The Secretary of State Is directed to cause this proposed amend- ment to be published as required by the Constitution and to be submitted to the electors of the State at the next general election in the manner provided by law. Sec. 3. If approved by the electors . t .. . l , A MMA.4 U OII1. I1I1- Vi lilt.n CIo.a OlllC7, IU.B ment shall take effect upon the first day of January, A. D. 1913. . State of Utah, ) Office of the Secretary v aa. ' ) of State. I, Charles S. Tlngey, Secretary ol State of the State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a full, true and correct copy of a resolution proposing ati amendment to Section 4, of Article 14, of tho Constitution of the State of Utah, fixing the limit of indebtedness of counties, cities, towns and school districts. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand nnd affixed the Great Seal of the State or Utah, at c.til v.llj, HUB 4.1U uaj Ol Aumtst, 1912. C. S. TINGEY. (Seal) Secretary of State. two-third- V. 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