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bAAJl I MOHXINO, WEDNESDAY 1- -I, ISOrt. DEPEMTER ME t&ILASS SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS y From Correspondents and State Exchanges ROSEBUD DISTRICT. Work af Developing Properties in That taction of Saga Brush Stato. Salt lake. Charloa 11 Ih-e-. A. RoukUdgt! murnt-- from a two wouka' trip to Novaua and Sail Franrlaco Suaday night. In Nevada ho visited 2b mile the H'webud luinfug north of Hamiioldt aUttiuu, and about d at a p. m AT iBUSWELL'S I ' miles northeaet of Seven Troughs. At Rtwebud ho found conditions all Mr. right aad fully up to exportations. , own Houklidgr, wirh throe, assnc-iiitoatha Rosebud tow a. lie. and have recently made a deal with Malcolm McDonald and L. A. Parkhuist. of the r Montgomery Shoshone and mine, whereby they Join with Harm In all thrlr huldluga in Rosebud, with the except iun ufthe Dreamland and Fow Hattan groups, whirh had already been taken over by Prank Keith of the Tunopah Minos company and and asnorintes. Messrs. McDonald i'arkhurat are eminent mining engineers aad successful operators. Tho Browa Palace group, where the firm strike ws made iu the dialrirt, has been takes over by I he association Just formed and whies will be incorporated in the very near future, and the work of development of the properly will he pushed with all possible vigor. The object of the association is to bring , Rosebud district to tho front aa m ore producer Just as and soon aa vigorous. determined Tha work- ran do it. primary object being to make Rosebud .one among the many lively mining campa in Nevada.- There Is no stock of tho osooeiattaa for sole. 22 Jewelry Store. One ticket given with rack one dollar purchsue. Lady' solid gold natch. IS Jewel moveSee oar eacelleut line of ment. DIAMONDS and JEWELRY. SILwane, VER WARE and plau-Air ftiutliofii. k e ewvw you nwiaey en every purrhaae. Street. IO Twenty-fourth - d - THE UNITED REPUBLICANS. -- FIXING UP FOR CHRISTMAS." Don't Side wall paper defects with evergreens or some other hind jf greena cover your walla with paper that will louh pretty until neat Christmas. To get that sort at ehoertng priori get it at Wbise are ws going to draw the line on churchmen holding political office? This U tho guest km that Is troubling tho minds af the members uf tho United Republican league, which la making aa oarneat effort far recognition In 1'taho political field. . In tho declaration of principles of the league tho new organisation goes record as against high oorleaiaata uf say church holding political oSoe, but where to begin and where to slop In the effort to prevent the churchmen from holding political office is a perplexing problem. It Is likely that the United Republican league will hold a conference early next summer, and nt that time several qaoetlono will come np for die cuiotoH. Among them may be "Whore shall wo draw the line? Shall eharehmen aspire to political Balt, Lake. Dec. IV GRIFFIN PAINT CO. Both Phonos. Wash. office? Khali wo ooy spool lea cannot bold pidltleal offfee, aad allow blshopa or prleata to hold ethos? The solurioa of these guoatlona will doable tho dmtlsy of tho league. Tho oflleora of the league My it will grow, hut that until It In definitely de- I1TBOUBLBH cided where tho lino of demarkatlou hall bo drawn the policy of the league ten set he known to an absolute certainty. From proas reports In Kearns papers, It is quite likely that the convention of the league next summer win resolve Itself Into a mooting of sympathy for "Americans who are being betrayed." Tho league baa been loyal charged with double-crossinAmericana and if thin be true, anothwill er organisation likely spring up fnr tho prevention of cruelty to Amer-toanwho are down and out, politi. cally, WITH OLD HARNESS hoSTTLSS hSwMut mw Aaafh afw tha ewful tneafta. An Clmue la alien riapssaThlq. hot wMh we spats la Ml s naw haoeoM ee bed. Blurt ' The Had we have NO WEAK SPOTS. Toe wtH got yew ameers worth if IN ST harnaaa of m (tar sew addraao U MR WaAiip aoU WOMAN FAILED TO APPEAR. ' Balt Lake, Doc. 11. Mrs. Rozalia Talma of Bingham was arrested yesterday after noun by Deputy Sheriff W. A. Milan. Yates rhorged Joseph Anderson of a statutory offense and he was placed under 1,000 bonds by Judge Lea for his appearance In the district court The rase was brought to trial in Judge Arnietrong'a court yesterday morning hut tho complaining wltneM failed to show up- - On motion of tho defendant's counsel tho Anderson prisoner was discharged. said that ha Was approached by Mrs. Yates before the trial and told Mm that If he would eome through" with aorae money that she would not prosecute him. Judge Armstrong Issued a bench warrant for the woman and asked that die be brought Into court to show reason why she did not appear the case. to prom-cutBingham with - TRANSFER COMPANY Vann, Drays and Baggage Wagons. OUR SPECIALTIES Wan Fund-tur- e, Safe Moving and Storage. OFFICE 4N Twenty-fift- PHONES 224. Bed, Ind The Only DeeMe-Trac- HOW WEST GROWS. Straol h Salt Lake Yards Handla Record Brooking Number In November. 22a Kailway hetweog k Mm MiSMeri River aad Okifa The Overland Limited I The Moil Lawless Trill la the World Compartment and drawing -- room aloeping cars, observation cars, dinand library ing cars, I cars, with baiter, bath and Book lovers Library; entire train electric lighted, through to Chicago without charge. Direct connection tor I buffet-smoki- ng St. Panl and Minneapolis iz & n-- e Un-H- Kcrtt-Weste- rn M4 South Mala Street, wt Lake CMy, Utah. XSJ&Bb ! Salt Lake, Doc. 11. Every straw hoisted Into the wind st Suit loike shows that the gale ia biuorlng toward prosperity and a much greater west. The statistics arc Just In for Xeveni-tie- r at the Oregou Short Line offices, and the sbodrlng Is that over twice as much freight passed through the Oregon Short lint- - yards in this city for that month as passed through Hubs me yards two years ago. and nearly a third more than passed through last year during the same period. The figures as obtained this morning at the general freight offices are: For 1904, 18.566 cars; for IktiS, 27.73:1 40.00 cart. The cars, and for 1 latest month la the heaviest oa record. and it indicates merely one feature of the upward trend In western business. The only thing that prevents the business from being much t heavier is tliai the supply of cars has been unsble to keep lip to the unprecedented demand. The tremendously heavy movement in cars through Salt Lake'niay nerve to Illustrate In some slight way the demand that is creating the present cry for more cars everywhere from the Kansas corn belt to the 1'tah coal mint s. As to the nature of the freight handled hero, the great hulk of it is su'-aa would go to building up the country. There is California produce. i course, hurrying east for ihp wlnt-market, and little of profit l'tili But In addition there nr- - vs-- - quantities of lumber for the m:ns an-smellers, snd tlie w Itun.i-- s .hat n- -t t),.. st. o;a springing up .ill . i ore for h. for the l Tfcbctt. reservations, and full in far station ran be obtains from C A. Walktf, General Agent fy. New York, Dec. 11. There was no change during tho night in tho number of teams contesting, or in thair s positions, ia tho bicycle race in prog-rosat Madison Square Garden. Now and again tho thousand or so of spectators who remained ia tha pinch all night were enlivened by an occasional spurt on tha part of the riders, but oa the whole the sight was uneventful. A few spills occurred but none of the riders was hurt sufficiently to put them out oT the contest. Walthuur caused moat of the excitement In the early hours, especially when he made one desperate attempt in retrieve the lap which he lost when he waa compelled to change partners aflar the accident tq Hugh McLean, his origtaal team maie. Try as he would, however, the other riders hung to him sod he waa compelled for the time to dealsL He la confident, however, that ho will eventually accomplish thla purpose. Walihour la cheered and encouraged by hln youug wife who is frequently at the track aide. John Bedell. Wall hour's partner now, Is a strong rider, mid the combination u feared by tne other contestant a. Every rider remaining In the race appeared la good condition today. They are a fast lut, and if they would lot themselves out, would endanger the record. They are, however, reserving their strength for the trying days at the end of the week. The score at 7 a. m. cf all the teams except Walihour and Bedell was 16 miles aad five laps; the snore of that pair waa 1 miles and four laps. The record for this hour is 40 miles and four laps, made by Elkes and McFarland In 900. At 10 a. m. the twelve leading teams had covered 70 miles, six laps and Walthour and Bedell were one lap behind the leaders with 70 miles, five laps. At that hour the leaders were 27 miles six laps hehind the record. At 1 o'clock the twelve loading teams had covered 724 miles. Walthwur and Bedell were still one lap hehind. The leaden were thirty miles behind the record. SPECIAL MESSAGE IS SENT TO PRESIDENT RECOMMENDS LATION FOR PORTO LEGISRICO. Advocates tho Granting af Citiaanahlp to tho Natives of the Island. Hlleinaa and brought to ibis city last Washington, Dec. 11. The Presinight She wma taken Into custody on n bench wwntnl lssud by Judge Ov dent's message to congress, giving tho G. Armstrong. On August 1th Mrs. result cf hla recent observation In WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING. MAUN- Walt hour and Bedoll Cannot Gain tha Lap. s, J.G PM Saddlery Co. . RACE. g ks ivi, 8. E. Maine. BICYCLE SIX-DA- (Iret-nwat-e- d Ml ikm and the general assortment of merchandise from the east fur westers distribution. General Superintendent XL Buckingham, when naked this morning to what he attributed the great Increase In Salt Lake freight traffic this year, said that it was tu no other cause han gene nil healthy growth in the west. and that ho expected the Increase would be a permanent growth for many years yet, which is Just now only in Its early stages. smelter, coke - n:.v-:.r.- f"i- wo-w-t- -j the ,wy."'"ksr Exativa fcroiDo CwutColibiOriDry,Cr consumii- Poll Mama 7 lent character both of the lnaulai police nd at the Porto Ricxx regiment. They are both of the pi bodies that reflect credit upon the American administration of the Island. Tho insular police are under the local Porto Rican government. The Porto Rlenn regiment of trobpa must he appropriated for by the congress. I earnestly hope that this body will be kept permanent. There should certainly be troops In tho Island, and It la wbw that these troops should bo theaiaelvea native Porto Ricans. It would be from every standpoint a mistake not tq perpetuate this regiment. in traversing tho Island even the most cursory survey leaves the beholder struok with tho evident rapid growth In tho culture both of the auger cans end tobacco. The fruit Industry Is niso growing. Lsrat year was the moat prosperous year that tha has evar known before or since the American occupation. Tha total of exports and imports of the island waa forty-fivmillions of dollars aa agsinat eighteen millions In 1901. This is the largest In the Island's history. Prior to the American occupation the greatest trade for any one year was that of im, when It reached nearly twenty-thre- e mill ions of dollars. Lost year, therefore, there waa double the trade that there true in the most prosperous year under the Spanish regime. There were 216,173 tone of angar exported last rear, of the value of 114,-- 1 $6,219; 1355.163 of tobacco, and pounds of coffee of the value of 3,421,162. Unfortunately, what used to be Porto Rico's prime crop coffee has nut shared this prosperity. It has nevar recovered from the disaster of the hurricane, and moreover, the benefit uf throwing open our market to It kaa not compensated for tha loss Inflicted by the closing of the markets to It abroad. 1 call yoar attention to the accompanying memorial on this subject, of the Board of Trade iff Ban Juan, and I earnestly hope that some measure will he taken for the benefit of the excellent and high grade Porto Rican coffee. Ia addition to delegations from the Board of Trade and Chamber of Commerce uf Ban Juan. I also received the Porto Rican delegalkms from Federation of Leber and from the Coffee Growers' Association. There la n matter to which I wish to call your pec 11 attention, and that la the desirability of conferring full American cltiaenahlp upon the people of Porto Rico. I moot earnestly hope that this will be done. I can not see how any harm can possibly result from it, and It aeama to me a matter of right and Justice to the people uf Porto Rico. They are loyal, they are glad to be under our flag, they are making rapid progress along the path of orderly liberty. Surely we should show our appreciation of them, our pildo In what they have done, and our pleasure in extending recognition for what has thus been done, by granting them full American clUxenshlp. Under the wise administration of the present governor and council, marked progress has been made In tha difficult matter of granting to the people of the island the largest 'measure of that can with safety be given nt tho present time. It would have been a very serious mistake to have gone any fatter than we have already gone In thla direction. The Porto Ricans have complete and absolute autonomy In all their municipal governments, the only power ever them possessed by the Insular government being that of removing corrupt or Incompetent municipal officials. This power has never been exercised save on the clearest proof of corruption or ns to Jeopardize of Incompetence--su- ch the Interests of the people of the and under suoh circumstances It hOh been fearlessly used to the Immense benefit of the people. It le not n power with which It would be safe, ftr the sake of the Ialand Itself, to dispense at prasent. The lower house is absolutely elective, while the upper house Is appointive. This scheme la working well; no Injustice of any kind results from. It, and great baneflt to the Ialand, and it should certainly not be changed at this time. The machinery of the elections in administered entirely by the Porto Rican people themselves, the governor and council keeping only such aupervlsinq ai la necessary In order to Insure an orderly election. Any protest as to electoral frauda la settled In the courts. Here again it would not be safe to make any change in the present rystem. The elections this year were absolutely orderly, unaccompanied bv any disturbance; and no protest has been made against the management of thtf elections, although three contests are threatened where the majorities were very small and error waa claimed; the contexts, uf course, tu be settled In the courts In short, the governor and council are with all of the moat enlightened and moet patriotic of the people of Porto Rico in educating the C.tlsens of the IslanJ in the principles of orderly liberty. They are providing a government based upon citizen's and the mutual respect of all citizens; that ia, based upon s rigid observance of the principles iff justice and hunea-ty- . It has not been easy to instil into the minds of people unacrubtomed to the exercise of freedom, the two basic principles of our American system; the principle that the majority must rule, and the principle that the minority Iihn rights which must uot be disregarded r trampled upon. Yet real prpgreas has been made In haring these principles accepted as piemen- tery. ax the inundations of auccess-lu- l kt'-- f N A fcL 5- - W. FAT, ' Off IV. 1 fcai Th&Beer You Like ml d Will convince you e Porto Rico ,snd making recommeada-tlon- a concerning the government of that ialand. was road to the senate today. Tho message waa aa follows: To the Senate and House of Kepre- sentatlvoa: On November 21 I visited the Island of Porto Rlon, landing at Ponce, crossing by the old Spanish road by Cayey to Ban Juan, ami returning nest morning over the new American road from waa Arecllio to Ponce; the scenery was wonlderfully beautiful, eejmclally among the mountains of the interior, which constliuti! a veritable tropic Bwltserland. 1 could not embark at Ban Juan because the harbor has not been dredged out and can nut receive an American battle ship. I do not think this fact creditable to us aa a nation, and I earnestly hope that Immediate provision will be made for dredging Ban Jnan Harbor. I doubt whether our people as a whole real lie the leauty and fertility of Porto Rico, and the progress that has been made under Its admirable government. We bare Just cause for pride in the character of our representatives who have administered the tropic Islands which came under our flag as a result cf the war with Spain; and uf no one of them is this more true than uf Porto Rico. Tt would be impossible to wish s more faithful, a more efficient and a more disinterested public service than that now being rendered In the island of Porto Rico I y those In control of the Insular government. I stopped st a iloxcn towns all told, aud one uf the notable features in every town was the gathering of the school children. The work that lias been done In Porto Rico for education I tranxmli herewith the report of the has been noteworthy. The main emphasis, as Is eminently wise and prop, governor of Porto Rice, sent to the er. has been put upon primary educaPresident through the secretary of tion: but in aJditlon to this there is a state. All the insular governments should normal school, au agricultural school three industrial and three high be placed iu one bureau, either in the school. Ever)' effort is being made t: department nf aar or the department secure not only the benefit of ele- of state. It i mistake not so to mentary education to all the Porto arrange our handling of these inlands Rlcnns of the next generation, but also at Washington a to be able to take adas ter as mean will permit to train vantage f rhe experience gained in them so thu the Industrial, agriculnne. when dealing with the problems tural. and commercial opportunities of that from time to time arise in anthe island ran he utilized to the best other. 1 in conclusion let me express my possible vantage. It was evident at s glance that the teachers, both Atner-iaadmiration fnr the work done hv the and native Por'o Ricans, were de-(vnervBn when II enacted the law un"Vd io r work, the greatest iter which th- - island Is now being i' r 1c In 1' Ml were endeavoring to crcd. seeing the Island In their purlis. not only tuind. personally, en after five years' ' n w.fca; cm. tits for far more than in ciui, niton with its admin: in I in cltiz. nanip. that ia. In rhar- - istration. i' is fair to those who devised this la-- to ssy that it would I was erv pinch struck by the excel. le to have devised any in the actual working would ham accomplished better M Out Cast will convince you that its the beer you ought to drink. . You will feel better after drinking LUXUS" for a while your appetite and digestion will improve wonderfully. This is true, because LUXUSis made right of the right materials, and is aged to a perfect ripeness: No one can doubt the healthfulness of such beer. 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