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Landowners Outside of Weber
County Seek Inclusion to
Apparently realizing the possible
' benefits to be derived, land owners
outside the original scope of the We
ber county irrigation district, those in
the northeastern part of the city and
in the Wiliard district of southern
Box Elder county, have prepared peti
tions for inclusion to be presented forj
consideration by the Weber county
commissioners. These petitions, ask-,
ing for a part in the district will be
Hl filed Wednesday. Owners of about one
Hl thousand acres within the city limits
ask to come in.
A meeting will be held at tho Birch
Creek school house Monday evening;
at 8 o'clock at which the cards show-;
Ing the amount of water allotted in-1
dividual landowners under the pro
posed district will be distributed. The
method of making adjustments will be
explained. W. W. McLaughlin, a fed
eral engineer from Berkeley, Cal and
County Agent W. Preston Thomas will
J Under the following schedule of
meetings before the county commis
sioners, committees from the respec
tive towns will appear as noted:
Wednesday, May 11
Plain City 10 a. m.
Hearing of petition for inclusion
in district 11 a. m.
Hl Slatcrville 2 p. m.
West Warren 3 p. ni.
Friday. May 14
Uintah 10 a. m. j
Burch Creek 11 a. m. I
Roy 2 p. ra. j
Kiverdale 3 p. m.
Work to Be Started Scon on
New Apartment House
Tearing down of the D. C. Eccles
residence at Jefferson avenue and
Twenty-fifth street has commenced,
preparatory to the erection of one of i
the most modern apartment houses I
of tho west, which will bo erected at'
an expenditure of approximately half
a million dollars. j
A large force of men arc at work
tearing the garage at the east of the
building down, and the house has
been vacated. "Work of dismantling
i of tho building will start immediately
it is stated.
The turf has been cut from the
lawns that surrounded the residence.
inow apartment house 111 take place
when the building has been torn down I
and tho debris removed.
Tho apartment house will be a four
story structure, surmounted by a
beautiful Italian ball room. The
apartments will be from two to 1
rooms in size and a suite of rooms
will be reserved on the fourth floor
for the use of Mr. and Mrs. Eccles.
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Mexican Fined for
Starling Forest Fire"
Montis FortonI, Mexican, was ar-'
rested for starting the first forest rtro
of tho 1050 season and for this act
ias sentenced to $50 fino by U. S. j
Commissioner Collins at Ely, Nevada,'
according to Information received
from J. E. Scott, national forest ex-
Iamincr of the district headquarters Inl
this city. I
The Mexican started a fire in the
JsCvada national forest and was cap
tured by Hanger Lloyd Robinson, it
is stated. He pleaded guilty and in
addition to his fine, paid costs amount
ing to an additional $50.
"To date wo stand 100 per cent
strong In apprehension and conviction
of men who have caused forest fires
this season," Mr. Scott announced. He,
further stated that there had been buti
Dies of Pneumonia
Alvln Adams, abc years old, and only!
child of Ernest D. and Bertha Urry
Adams, died of pneumonia at tho fam
ily residence shortly after 3 o'clock
yesterday. Ho had been 111 only fivo
Ho was born In Ogden, November
Funeral services will b conducted
by Bishop Clarence Morris of the
Fourteenth ward at Larlcln &. Son's
chapel Tuesday a,t 2 p. m. Tho body
may be viewed at the residence Mon
day and Tucsdny until 1 p. m.
I New Desk Sergeant
for Police Station
H. C. Schultz has been appointed
desk aerjjeant on tho late night shift
desk sergeant on tho late night shift.
Ho succeeds C. Dalton who resigned
following nbout ooven months service '
With the police department.
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JMd be convinced that we
specialize on pleasing. Lyric
Music Co., Phone 173.
AMERICAN LEGION COMMITTEE IN
SESSION HERE MAKES PRELIMINARY
ARRANGEMENTS FOR STATE MEETING
Marking the beginning of activities!
in preparation for the American Le
gion stato convention which will be
held in Ogden, May 31, June 1 and 2,
at wJiich moro than COO delegates and
legion members arc expected to bo
present, a meeting of the convention
committee was held yesterday after
noon. Preliminary arrangements were
made for hotel accommodations for
the former service mon, obtaining of
special railroad rates and for the
decoration of the city.
J. Ray Ward, a member of the stato
executlvo committee and chairman of
the convention committee, presided at
As a result of certain regulations of
the legion that conventions cannot be
held in any building occupied for re
ligious or fraternal activities, It was
i decided to hold the convention session
j In the Ogden liigh school assembly
hall, providing permission can be ob
tained. Efforts will be made to gain
the cooperation of the business men
of Ogden in the decoration of streets
and stores in addition to the decora
tions that will be Installed by the city.
The greatest problem brought be
fore tho convention committee was
tho accommodation of the more than
GOO cx-servlec men who will attend
the sessions. A solution is sought
through the Inauguration of a cam
paign to secure rooms in private
homes in addition to hotels and room
ing houses. A survey will be made im
mediately and a list of all Ogden resi
dents who offer to provldo rooms will
be prepared. With this list com
i pleted it Is believed it will be an
George Davis Gets One to 20
Years for Burglary of
Georgo Davis, arrested in Sail Lake
three weeks ago and charged v;lth the
jobbery of the Armstrong Sporting"
Goods store here in which twenty-one
revolvers were stolen, pleaded guilty!
yesterday of larceny and was sen
tenced to an indeterminate term of
from one to twenty years in tho state
prison. Sentence was pronounced by
Uudge A. E. Pratt In the district
J Davis changed his plea from nut
j guilty to guilty after being confronted
with evidence showing that he has!
served previous sentences in prisons
! and has a long criminal record, It la
alleged. Ho waived hearing and after,
pleading guilty rofused to make a '
statement. Davis was taken to thej
j penitentiary last night to begin his
Cushion Tire Company
Plant Is Completed
The brick plant of the Aero Cushion
Tire Co., measuring 33 by 115 feet, at
Twenty-ninth street and Pacific ave
nue ,is now completed and the office
jstaff took possession of their portion
or the building yesterday, said A. G.
Price, factory superintendent,
I W. E. Wisby, general manager of
jthe company Is now In Erie, Ponn.,
looking after the shipmont of the ma
chinery which will be installed not
later than the middle of June, at
j which time the concern "will be ready
to manufacture its non-puncture, non
blow out tire. The capacity of the
'.plant will be 200 tire a doy.
Neil Held on Charge
of Assaulting Wife
Charged with battery Ttobert Neil
was arrested yesterday afternoon by
Officer W. W. Richardson on a war
1 rant sworn to by Jennie Neil, his
I Altlmucrh Mrs. Xrll has heen Grant
ed a decree of soparato maintenance
by the courts, Neil Is said by the po
lice to have resented his wife writ
ing to other men,
Nell met her yesterday, say the po
lice, and on the way to the postofflce
Is alleged to have attacked h.er in
his efforts to obtain possession of a
letter which Nell told the police she
was going to mall to. a man friend.
Neil was released on posting $50
S. P. Engineer Dies
at Local Hospital
'Charles Everett Cady, 39 years, a
locomotive engineer for the Southern
Pacific at Montello, Isev., died at
12;20 p. m. yesterday aOa local hos
pital of peritonitis. Mr. Cady, with
his wife, was on his way cast when
ho was taken 111. Ho was born in '
Massachusetts, October 13, 1SS0, and
hasmany relatives at Swansea, Mass.,
and at Bristol, "R. I. Tho decedent
was a member of Ogden lodge No, '1,
Knights of Pythcas, Mnaonlc lodge No.
15 of Elko, Nev.. and tho Engineers'
brotherhood. Tho body Is at the
Kirkcndall chapel and will bo sent
to Swansea tomorrow for services and
Only unmarried clergy are eligible
as bishops In the modern Greek
I I SEE STATEMENT FROM YOUR '
LAUNDRY ON PAGE 7 .
easy matter to billet the visitors dur
ing their three-day stay.
One of the big featux-es of the con
vention will bo tho huge Decoration
Day colobratlon in which all the le
gion members who attend the con
vention will participate in addition to
G. A. It. and Spanish War veterans
and othcr'militnry bodies. While the
Decoration Day program has not yet
been arranged, it was announced by
tho committee yesterday that tho
demonstration will bo the largest
ever held In Ogden.
Committees chosen yesterday which
will begin activities immediately to
get the convention preparations un
der way follow:
Hcadqtiartors, hall and registration
committc Arch Moyes, K. C. Tripp.
Billet committee Joseph Evans,
Publicity manager Floyd A. Tim
Entertainment committee H. E.
Vowles, Ensign Herrick.
Decorations commlttco Normaa
Sims, Owen Sherwood.
Railroads committee K. C. Tripp,
All members of the Ogden Ameri
can Legion post aro. urged to bo pres
ent tomorrow night at a meeting in
ihc University club when plans for
the state convention will bo further
discussed and comploto committees
named. Plans will also be made at the
meeting for the naming of eight Og
den delegates to tho convention. Tho
Ogden delegates will be chosen tho
following week at tho regular post
Emerson Hughes Wins First
Prize for Most Artistic
There wero fifty contestants in the
Ogden City School Kito Tournament
held yesterday afternoon at tho Mon
roe Park where a crowd of same 200
people watched the boys "flying their
kites Into the ethereal blue."
The first prize for the most odd or
unique kite were frst, Elaine Rams
den, and second, Clyde Stone.
In the quarter mile dash, the first
prise winner was Richard Forbes, the
second, Conrad Stanley,
For the strongest puller, first,
Charles Empey, second, Paul Leth
The rules of contest were as
follows: , . ,
All kites must be ablo to fly. Kites
may bo in the air at 2.00. R. H. and
judgments will be begun at 3:00 p. m.
Quarter-mile dash The string must
bo SOU feet long. One helper will be
allowed to act .as starter, but each In
dividual must pull his own kite in,
and wind his string unassisted. Any
ncchanical means will be allowed for
winding in kites.
j Two tests will be given each kite in
judging for the strongest puller, and
tho average counted.
There are books in the library con
cerning the making of kites. A con
testant may not enter more than one
kito in each of the events. Contest
ants must be enrolled in the' 7th and
SUi grados of the city schools, and
must register with their instructor on
or before May 5, otherwise he will not
Awarder of prizes: Cyral Tcnning.
li TRUCK II
Goodyear Pneumatic Cords
Backed by Guarantee of
. George A. Lowe' Co.
Speaking of truck tires, Henry Turn
er of tho Geo. A. Lowo company ob
serves that the great essential In pur
chasing Is to bo certain that the tire
will glvo mileage and at the same time
permit the best possible speed. He
Is certain that the Goodyear will give
as much or greater mileage than any
other make and as to speed, there can
be no discount.
"The Goodyear pneumatic cord tires
have been tested under all circum
stances and found not lacking in qual
ity' Mr. Turner states, "and these
tires, which are pioneers in the truck
game, make speedy deliveries and aro
fuel-saving tires, besides saving wear
and tear on the truck and nvoiding
breaking in the cargo."
Trenton Stock Man
Dies at Hospital
Alma Spencer Hill, stockralser of
Trenton, Utah died at a local hospi
tal yesterday afternoon following an
attack of peritonitis from which he
had been suffering for the past two
weeks. He was born in Trenton. Oc
tober 21, 1S70 the son of Aaron and
Elizabeth Hill. Ho is survived by a
widow, five brothers and one slstaer.
Tho body was romovod to 'tho Llnd
quist mortuary to bo prepared for
shipment to Trenton, where burial will
LONDONERS ARISE EARLIER.
(By International News Service.)
LONDON, May 8. Londoners arise
earlier now than they did during the
war, a promient doctor tells the Daily
.Sketch. The ex-service men cannot
1 forget the revillit.
El Most Amazing I
jj THE PIR E REDUCED TO I I
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WmWm PRICES ONLY 6c, 20c Matinees; 10c, 25c Evenings S '
"'SHOULD A HUSBAND FORGIVE?' , 1
William F.ix Promotion. 0000000mL
SOFT DRINKS AT
GO UP TO 8 CENTS
Sugars, whose alarming ascent
to higher altitudes has caused tho
multitude to murmur, is blamed
by drug stores and confectioners
as the reason, for high cost 'of
sodas. "With summer coming on
and tho increasing demand for
coca-cola, lemon phosphates and
other thirst allaycrs, the price
.has mounted at nearly all foun
tains, soft drinks being quoted
today at S cents per glass.
Local druggists claim that dif
ficulty in obtaining necessary ex
tracts for the mixing of soft
drinks may become prohibitive
becauso of the cost of sugar. Ice
cream prices have also raised It
WENT ON 'PARTIES'
BUT NOT WITH HER,
WIFE TELLS JUDGE
Following tho completion of taking
of final testimony late yesterday after
noon in the suit of Annie M. Jordan
agains James L. Jordan, for divorce.
Judge A.- E. Pratt announced that he
would take the case under advisement.
Doth Mr. and Mrs. Jordan were on
the witness stand during tho final
hours of the trial in addition to other
witnesses Avho gave testimony. Mrs.
Jordan 'testified that for five years
previous, to their coming to Ogden and
after arriving here, . her husband has
been in company with other women
on "parties" and at othor times. Sho
admitted, however, that she had no
knowledge, of his actipns until after
Mr. Jordan testified that his wife
had become fanatical through intonsc j
devotion to a d.ertaln reglioCs creed
and failed to provide him with, tho'
care that a wife should. Ho declared
that. she refused to attend him when
he was, ill. and made .lt necessary for
him to move to a hotel during his
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan wero married
in Cheyenne, 3Vyo., July 12, 1S.93. A
similar suit filed by Mrs. Jordan and
tried before Judge Pratt last March
was dismissed by tho court,
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Irrigation -Fhmie to !
Be Finished Monday
The elevated flumo of tho "Wilson
Irrigation company, built to carry the
flow over a small valley Just west of
the Amalgamated sugar factory in
Wilson, will- bo 'completed Monday'
afternoon. The structure is of rein
forced concrete, built at a cost ap
proximately 533,000, and is said. to bo
the first of its kind in the western i
A force of twenty to thirty men has
been working' the past week clearing i
tho canal which extends from the ,
Weber river at a point near the pack-,
ing plant westward through Wilson ,
district. Early this week the canal
branches will be cleared and. the now
aqueduct tested. An auction of the
lumber used on .the viaduct will be
held Thursday at 10 a. m.
Summer Schedule to j
Hot Spring Wednesday
Manager Ledbettcr of tho Utah Hot
Springs announces that the summer
schedule of intcrurban service to the
resort will be in feet next Wednea- j
day. There, will be, hourly service in
tho afternoon. ' j
With the pools Jn fine shape andj
plans for dau3es at regular Intervals'
I made, the management looks for a.
I highly successful season.
New Fox Production aj
Wonderful Play at Utah:
"Should a Husband Forgive?" the:
much-heralded William Fox special,
which opened at the Utah theatre to-j
day, is one of Ihc best melodramas
seen hero in a long time. The story
holds one's interest every moment and
tho tenseness of the situations gives
thrill after thrill.
It. A. Walsh, a master of big spec
tacular productions, in this picture,
has applied to the utmost his excep
tional ability. He has taken a real,
human interest story and woven It into
a wonderful .play. It deals with a
young girl, who has been brought up
amid racing people and horses, and
who, left alone in the world, is besot
by evil men. She falls in Iovo with a
southern boy, who eventually forsakes
her when gossip tells him sho has a
past. Dospito this, she saves him
from financial ruin by riding his horse
to victory, after learning of a plot,
which would have made him a pauper. I
The all-star cast is headed by Miriam
Cooper and includes Mrs. James K.
Heaviest Train of
Season Readies Here
With fourteen passenger cars, load
ed to capacity, Southern Pacific train
!No. 2 arrived in Ogden yesterday. The
train was reported to be ono of the
heaviest of the numerous heavy
trains that have arrived hero from
San Francisco during the past month.
Reports from - the depot Indicate
that thousands of people still remain
in San Francisco engaging transpor
tation weeks and months ahead to
leave tho west coast for eastern
LIMBS KNOCK OFF i
MUST BE TRIMMED.
As a protective measure against
Injury of tho new women's spring
bonnets and "straw piles," that
are soon due to adorn the heads
of the stronger Sex, property own
ers of the city havo been notified
to trim the hanging limbs of trees
that project over sidewalks.
The call for the tree trimming
has been sent out by Chris Flyg
are, commissioner of parks and
streets, who has reported numer
ous complaints from various por
tions of the city. Mr. Flygare said
there Is a city ordlnaSico whicn
demands that tho tree limbs bo
trimmed to a height of at least
Wekr Stake Seventies
Will Be Reorganized
President Rulon S. Wells of thoj
First Council of Seventies will be at!
the Second ward chapel this afternoon i
for the purpose of reorganizing the'
presidencies of the seventies quorums!
of the Weber slake. All presidencies
of the seventies quorums in Uie stake
and those who have been selected
fill vacancies aro urged to be present
S. P. Band to Celebrate
The S. P. band will give its second
annual Golden Spike dance at Lorm
Farr Park Monday, May 10. Music
by tho -iO-pieco S. P. band. Admis
sion 50c. Extra lady, 25c. 3 377
New Apartment House
Ogden's housing conditions will be
materially relieved with tho comple
tion of the now Stephens apartment
houses, on Twenty-seventh street, be
tween Washington and Adams avenue;
which aro now under courso of con
struction. One of the twin buildings, each of
which contain 1G0 rooms, has been
almost completely finished and is now
awaiting the ' installation of window
panes, heating apparatus and other
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Vogelsang Case Is -
Brought to Close
The case of the stato of Utah
against John Vogelsang, charged with
failure to provldo for an alleged il
legitimate child, was taken under a
; vlsemont yesterday by Judge A. W.
Agce in the district court, following 1
j completion of testimony. An endeavor
Is being made to Compel Vogelsang
to support tho child, who is two years
j of ago. The mother was tho princi
j pal witness in the cano.
Hooper Farm Bureau
Women Hold Meeting
j Members of tho women's farm bu
reau at Hooper met with their presl
dent, Mrs. Nellie Fowles, Friday. Mu
sic was" provided by the hostess and
her daughters. A luncheon was scrV- j
cd. The next gathorlng will bo at '"'
the cemetery where they will partici
pate in cleaning up the graves.
THE MOST IMPORTANT
1 if- SUIT SALE '
sSA l , VVOLFER'S HAVE EVER HELD j
1 ni Important Because I m
X !ilw'g'5$ decisive price reductions oh the newest and
W -Ic-r smartest suits of the season. t ,. i
x ' 11 1 Important Because .JB
y JWttS- I It will help those who take advantage of it to mater- f
lPbku J ially lower the high cost of living. 5
I lJl? m '"' More than One Hundred j I
X jJIsjmfejc il Suits to select from. The values arc the most out- A
n aflSSto- n standing of the season, and every suit bought at I
IjKsjv ly "Wolfer's can be thoroughly relied upon to be de- 9
U HSSHKA V $35.00 Suits, tno rn 580.00 Suits, CCC ftfi I
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2378 Washington Avenue c