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Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
I FIRS ITER
Northwest Engineer Encour
ages Formation of Pro
jects in Utah
SAT.T LAKE Aug. 6 L. J Lytel.
project engineer for the Yakima rec
lamation service project. In Washing
ton, urges Immediate organization of
Irrigation districts In the eleht coun
ties served by waters from th Utah
Water Storage Association yssterflas
Mr Lytel is wall known In rtuh as(
the project engineer and later the
project manager of the Strawberry
reclamation service project which Is
serving water to Utah county He I'
a member of the executive commit
tee of the l lab Water Storajre as
sociation, which is an organization of
tho eight counties concerned Salt
Lake, Utah, Davie, Weber, Morgan.
Summit, Wasatch and Tooele
A. F Parker, chief engineer of the
m association, recently recommended
the organir-atlon of eight irrigation
districts, in addition to the four in
Njuj this territory now being organized,
in under the Utah irrigation district law
The Bonneville district recentl) voted;
a fCOO.000 bond Issue for Its district,
planning to pump water from the
ML Jordan river The remainder of
J- Davis county, and in addition Weber
tW ; county and Morgan county, are now
jm in process of organizing as irrigation
districts Mr. Parker recommended)
also that Tooele. Wasatch and Sum
mit counties each form a district, and
that three be organized in Utah coun
YjM ty and two in Ball U.nke count . Those
jflB in this county would le de lded b the I
f Jordan river, while the Jordan and
L'tah lake would divide two i those
V, in I tail county, and a third would be j
a organized In Cedar valley, which, be- ,
lng without surface outlet, prtsents a (
problem all Its own.
r m i A TION I it(.i--i.
jbfl Mr. LytcU who Is thoroughly fam-
) illar with the Irrigation problems of
,81 tho entire district, is heartily In favor
of the organization of these districts
at. this time He urges immediate ac
MH tlon. In order that the distrcts may
KM be in shape to present proper data to
tho next legislature that a slate rec
plM lamatlon service may be' formed, sim-
M liar to that which is now doing ef-
tMm feotlve work in Washington Mr.
Lytel's letter addressed to the acting
jH secrctno' of the Water Storage asso
rt elation says
iJH ' I have yours of recent date, Lrans-
mltting copy of Mr. A F Barkers
lfl report to the members of the exet i-
EH live hoard, and wish to state that 1
believe the formation of irrigation
Sfl 4 districts as outlined In this report is
one of tho important preliminary steps
,H looking toward a omplete sur. e; pi
vH the resource of the Htate of Utah
1 from an agricultural and Irrigation
jjH "If these districts co'ild he formed
tH at an early date, and are ready to do
business before the legislature meets,
'tfl rhey could materiall sr in secur-
JH ing the passage of a state reclamation
jH ?' act Blmilar i the one now In force.
In the state of Washlnrton.
JlL ' For the information of the associa- '
.?Hr j tion, I am encloslug thl i
QH f ' tho state reclamation act and land
'' settlement act of Washington. It ap-
! pears to me that a similar enactment
mM for the stale of I tah would be an ex-
W. cellent thing, and 1 uggs'. that a
Rij commltte,- from the Utah YAstfi stor-
ago association take up the matior of
jirV Studying this law and drafting one
3J! applicable to the conditions In Utah
fjj for presentation to the legislature thlsj
.aj coming winter.
"The Washington slate reclamation j
rS sen ice Is doing a considerable amount i
1 of work and I am looking for some
'M good results.
pM l appears to mo that the proper
gjC way to secure data on the water and
HP land resources of the state Is through
Pjfl some state commission, as In that
way the entire state bears the expense
for work that is of great benefit to
:B ' the public in general
CB "The last Utah legislature did some
j good work In the wa of revising the
WM IrriKation and drainage district laws,
ywjj and I trust the next ono can see Its
way clear to pass a state reclamation
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
PLAN OUTING AT PROVO;
MB PROVO, Aug 6 The fruit festival
fj and Knights of Pythias? day will be j
ohserved here August 14 Delegate)
from Ogden, Salt Lake. Tooele. ocir-
" field, Price. Mtdvale, Park City., Mur
ray Bingham. Hiawatha and other
parts of the state will attend the ( -s-
jc?j tlval It Is said.
A special parade win he one of tho I
features. A baseball game in the nf-1
ternoon between Provo and American I
Fork will be one of tho athletic fea-tures.
WHEAT OUTLOOK IN
MAUD. Idaho, Aug. 6. Wheat In
Oneida count will be exceptionally
fine thin e;ir according to reports
from local grain buyors. Practically
all that has been marketed is first
grade. neida county will produce
from one half to thre times as much
ch--ir as h did .:m . r. it Is st.u.-d
I Toast and tea!
II Delightful, if the tea is
Your grocer pays your
I money back if you don't
L f like Schilling Tea.
W A Schilling csf Company
I San Francisco
RUSH WORK ON
Construction on New Factory
at Honeyville Gets Well
RRHiHAM CITV Aug. 6 Con
struction on the Utah -Ida ho Buaar
mill at HoneiIUo Is belnR rushed. A'
spur connecting the mill with the!
' regon Short Line railroad was con-I
Btructed last week and several oar-,
loads of mnchiner. ha e been received
from Whitehall, Mont a
The work Is being rushed towards
omr'h?tion the nlni of the company
beinfj to have the mill read' for grind
ing beets 1 I iriiilirr
EDUCATORS TO MEET
IN S. L. NEXT WEEK
PAJ.T LAKE Aug. 6 The annual!
Convention of superintendents of I tah
school districts v. ill be held Frldaj
and Saturday of next week at Salt
I-ake L J Mulr. state superintend -
ent of public Instruction, is getting
nil In readiness for the event, a trip
to Snltalr for visiting superintendents
will be one of the additional features
of this season's program, It is said.
Statements of accompllshim nt from j
Dr. R. G. GbfWahS, state director of
health education: E. J. Norton, as-1
slstant supcilntcndent in charge Of
ecr.lf Ication of teachers, Francis W.
Thurmm. state director of vocational
education. and Arch M. Th'irman..
state dlie tor I Americanization will
be given at the meeting
A plan will also be presented for
co-operaticin between teachers and
supervisors of iie xaat'-
: POCATELLO PRIMARY
POCATELLfi. Ida. Adg 6. Ban
nock county's primary election report.
I are practically complete Of 8,000 1
registrations. approximately 1.500 i
votes were csSI Indkations are that.
I Isaac SfcDoUgall appears to have won i
lb) the present count over W. H An-I
I deraon for the Republican nomination
j for prosecuting attorney.
George K Mabey was renominated
for tho position of sheriff.
J. T. Bourne and W . E. McAughey
appear to be the Republicans" choice
as state representatives while V H.
witty has probably received the nom-j
lhation of state sehator. fflcial re-1
turns will not bo Issued until tomorrow.
TOURISTS FIND USE
FOR POCATELLO PARK
POCATELLi) Ida, Aug 6 The
weekly luncheon of the board of go -;
crnors of the PocatelJo Chamber of
Comme-ee was held yesterday at the
Bannock Grill. II. H Whittlesey,
chairman of the lommittee on the
public camp ground site, reports that
the camp ground Is f Mine a long felt
want From 35 to (0 p rsons visit the
site dally, he stated.
A communication from the post
master was received in which better,
mail service for the Idaho Tech was
HENDERSON TO ENTER
RACE FOR SENATORSHIP
ELKO. New. Aug. 6. United States
Senator Charles B. Henderson has
filed his nomination as democratic
senator from this state with the sec
retary of state at Carson. Nevada. He
has recentl returned from Yellow
stone park w here he was in conference
With Beer tar; of the interior Payne
The conference resulted in the re mo il
of a sandbar In Lake Tahoe which
was obstructing the flow of water in
the TrUckee river.
Senator Henderson has announced
that he will start Ills campaign In Blko
countv and wlli then tour the slate by I
automobile In the Interest of the
!TWIN FALLS IRRIGATION
PROJECT IS COMPLETED
BOISE, Ida. .Aug. 6 The north
sid Twin Kails Irrigation project, one
of the earliest Carey Act enterprises,
has been i pmpleted and turned over
to settlers who are opening it under
tio-ir own management
Actual work on the segregation for
the .North Side project began In 1006
The project comprises ITh.ihci
1 45.000 of which are now In a high
stato of cultivation The works In
clude more than K00 miles of canals,
and the North Bide Twin Falls lund
and Water company in its last report
to the reclamation department, said
that the cost of construction has been!
(SPEEDING AUTO HITS
SALT LAKE, Aug 6. H II mar Lar
son, age 35, Mis.s Florence Johnson
30. and another young woman, were
Injured nt 11 o'clock last night when
the motorcycle and side-car In which
they were riding was struck by an
automobile. The accident happened
four miles west of Granger si., tlon
on the Orem line It is claimed that
th automobile which struck the
motorcycle proceeded to Magna ulth
otu stopping to assist Its victims.
MIbs Johnson suffered concussion
of the brain.
1 FOR POLES
1Y BE BLOCKED
Germany Will Resist Move
I merit of Entente Troops
Through Her Territory
LONDON, Aug. 6 The contmgen
, cy of Germans having to flsht to re
sist a possible Httempt by the en-j
1 tentc to send troops through Germany
to help Poland was mentioned In thel
"eichsiag today by Dr Walter Slm-
ons, the foreign secretary. says aj
wlrelefs message from Berlin.
Declaring he waa not aware wheth
er the entente actuall) intended to
march troops through Germany, ho
a,(l u would obviously be to their In
terest to do so and the German gov
ernment must take mOSSUreS accord-j
r. Simons referred to tho report
that preparations were in progress In
occupied twrruoiy to transfer troops
t the east.
"If this is true, ' he declared, "it
constitutes a violation of Gorman neu-j
trallty, for the territory although oc
cupied is German and the agreement
provides that no district belonging to
a neutral power may be used for mil-1
"The German government will make;
use of any weapons in order to re-1
move these diftlcultlcs." continued
lr SimonS, "although we hope it will
be possible to achieve the cnu deSlredi
b persuasion and mutual under
standlng and that cause tor tho use
of arms will not arise.
"1 ask you to avoid anything which
miRht render more acute trie already
strained situation, which I will do my
utmost io prevent from resulting In an
WASHINGTON. Aug. .6. Stato of!
Rhode Island 60-1, 397, Increase 61,
7S7. or 1 1 4 per cent.
Providence county Rhode island,;
including Providence, 476,190. In
crease 6U.83 7, or 12.0 per cent.
Brattleboro (village), Yt.. 7,324,
Increase S07. or 12 4 per cent.
Cisco, Tex, 7 422. increase 5,012,'
or 208.0 per cent,
Cairo, nl, Io.juS, Increase 635. or
4.5 per cent.
.'.lanltowoo is , 17.563. increase'
4,5.16, or 34 8 per cent.
Goldtield, Nev., 1.558. decrease 3,
280. or 67.7 per cent.
HARDING WILL GO AFTER
LEADERS IN TENNESSEE
WASHINGTON. Aug. 6 Mrs. Ab
by Scott Baker, permanent chairman
of the National Women's purly, In
formed headquarters here today that'
her conference with Senator Harding1
at Ma i, on yesterday she obtained from
the Republican presidential nominee,
a promise to telegraph Kcpresentath e
Se'ls and Taylor Republican members
of the house from Tennessee, asking 1
them to do all in their power to aid!
suffrage ratification In their districts
Senator Harding. Mrs Baker re-1
ported, said ho would ask "his person-!
al representative '" in Tennessee to
obtain a poll of the Republican mem
bers of the Tennessee legislature on
the suffrage ratification question.
The District of Columbia. Harding
and ( ollldge league today received as
surances from Colonel Thompson, na
tional finance chairman of the Re
publican finance committee, that the
Republican leader would do everything I
possible to bring about Republican J
ratification In Tennessee.
ALLEGED MAIL R03BERS
UAPlURED AFltR FlbHT
CHARLESTON. YV. Va Aug. 6.
Fighting desperately on a crowded Ca
bin Creek train at Pry Branch yes
terday while passengers were in a
panic and women screamed, three al
leged postofficc robbers, one a wom
an, were captured by Detective How-j
nrd Smith and Deputy Sheriff Wal
ter Williams One of tho trio was'
shot In the leg below the knee. The
wounded man gave his name as Bar-j
nev Hust and said hl:i hoiio w.is in!
j Tennessee The woman gave two
names and addresses, Mary Beatrice I
Summer, of Colorado Springs, Colo , I
and Margaret B Staunton, ut LaJolla! I
Calif. The second man said his name I
was R'lfuo Blankenshlp. All were
brought here, when. L nited States
warrants were issued
RAILROAD TRAINMEN TAKE
OVER SWITCHMEN'S UNION
CLEVELAND, O., Aug. 6 The !
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
has taken over the schedules and con
tracts of the Switchmen's Unlpn of
North America at Buffalo which have
been formally surrendered by S. E. 1
Heberllng. president of the switch-,
men, according to Information obtain-!
ed from railway brotherhood offices'
The switchmen's union, for 27 vears
a power In railway labor affairs iii the
east. Is said to have suffered serious
ly In the yardmen's strike.
.GASOLINE IS STOLEN
FROM PARKED MACHINES
TACOMA, Wash, Aug. 6. The
shortage of gasoline here was reflect-'
ed today by reports to tho police of1
a number of thefts of ihe fuel from I
automobile tanks. Iast nlKht, the
police raport, a string of automobiles,
whose owners were attending a hium-:
Ira! concert, was systematically drain
ed of gasoline
Drivers who have been leaving their
cars In front of their homes are re
porting their small gasoline supplies
are being syphoned out.
'OGDEN CLUB TO
VI E VHTHLAYTO M
The Ogden club of the Wasatch
league will vie with the Lavton club
in what gives promise of belnK a first
Class battle at Irm Parr park Sun
day afternoon. The game Is scheduled
I to start at 3:30 o'clorkl
It Is probable that Shipley will work
on the slab for the locals, Green
, well and Collins w ill be held in reserve,
according to Manager Frank Scott
Williams and Sandel will be the choice
of the Laton manager it Is said.
La ton Is leading tho league at the
present time with Ogden a close sec
ond The clubs will lineup as fol
lows OODEPi I.WTON
Miller c.. Mann
Cole lb G. Adams
Greenwell or S. Adams ori
Murray 2b Demi
Shultz ... es M Adam"
Butterfleld 3b .. ..Barrett
Myers If Warner!
French cf Boretadt'
Rcanlon ...... rf Simmons j
CHICAGO GOES AFTER
NEXT OLYMPIC GAMES
CHICAGO, Aug. 6. Everett C.
Brown, for years a member of tho ex
ecutive committee of the Olympic
games, who loft New York .i few days
ago on the Lapland, Will extend an in
vitation to the Olympic games com
mittee on August 10 at Antwerp. Bel
gium, to hold the 19X4 Olympic games
in Chicago at Grant park it was an
nounced here today Mr Mrown will
present the Invitation in the name of
tho city The invitation will suggest
to the committee that Chicago will
hove one of the largest stadiums in tho
world .it Grant park on thegkfe front,
when work started yesteai on n
5130.000,000 lake front Improvement
plan, is completed
RANK AND FILE VETERANS
WASHINGTON. Aug. 6. Notice'
was given last nlprht bj ihe Rank and
Kile Veterans' association, a national
organization of service men with head
quarters here that it had indorsed
Parley P. ChVstensen and Max Hayes,
presidential and vice-presidential can
didates, respectively, of the Farmer
Labor party, for election this fall
Tho Koran is the first literary pro
duction In Arabic prose.
CURES TWO LtriRS,
' BOSTON Leprosy, believed Incur
able for hundreds of years, is staled
to have yielded finally to treatment
devlsod hy Ir F II Parker, in charge
of the leper colony on Penikese Is
lands. Mass In three years Dr. Parker
Is declared by Dr. Carey of the state
board of health to have cured two
young men at the leper colony. Ho
treated them with ehcmulga oil im
ported from India, ami two compounds
of sodium. The patients will be dis
charged if a board of experts gives
them a clean bill of health. Dr. Parker
and his wife live practically Isolated
I on the Island.
EDITOR OF SAN FRANCISCO
WEEKLY JOURNAL DIES
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 6 Theo
dore Bonnet, editor of Town Talk, a
San Francisco weekly miblication. died
here last night He had been ill for
more than a year.
; specializing In choice brands, is said
to have received an order for 50,000,
im S m i i !
Special for Saturday
Smoked Shoulders (picnic hamsi pound .27
Economy Squares (3 to 4 pound pieces of pork smoked) 30 !
FANCY STEER BEEF
Rib and Brisket Boil 10
Shoulder Pot Roasts 12 Vs
Shoulder Steak 15
Here are some of our regular prices. It pays to trade here
where you get both service and price.
Best Creamery Butter , ,.65
Tun Large Milk , , , ,25c
Sugar in small quantities 24
'iir by the suck-, delivered S23.00
Sugar by the sack in Groeeterin Department $22.50
Armour's Catsup, bottles 25
Tuna fish, light and darl; meat mixed, small cans 15 I
Large I ans .25 I
Bottles Horseradish ,25 I I
priup; Chickens now., r -crjilar pri' o . 49 I
Our own make Wienies and Bologna, extra good 25c I
REGULAR TWICE A DAY DELIVERIES
Groceteria Department in connection where everything is cheap- I
Ier yet. H
RUSSEl- JAMES CO. J
Cornest Twenty-fourth and Lincoln Phones 412-413-136 I
UTAH LAND FIRM MUST I
FACE SERIES OF SUITS!
LOS ANGELES. Calif.. Aug. . a!
motion to dismiss one of a series of
suits l.rought against the Delta Land
At Water company, a l'tah corpora
tion, was denied today in the United
States district court here
The plaintiffs seek recovery of mon
ey and property given to the corn
pan;, for holdings In L'tah.
INSURANCE ON PRIZE
HORSE ASKED IN SUIT'
FORT WORTH. Ten. Aug 6. I ife
insurance on the jumping hore, Kls-I
met. connected with a carnival show
I which died at Galnesille. Tex . May1
I L, of pneumonia, in tho sum of $5,000.)
j was asked In a suit filed here todayi
by the owner. Herbert Graves. The
' latter says that he look oul f.e poller
I April 6th.
Ride Farther on Goodyear Tires
in Your Small Car
It is tire performance, not price, that
decides what you really pay; hence,
j0Z3' do not experiment with tires made
JScC to seu at sensationally low prices.
OQrCAw ou can secure m Goodyear Tires, of
QQc ftp e 30 x 3t' 30 x 3l2' and 31 x 4-inch
'jy- Hflu sizes, a high relative value not ex-
nfV fittrl ceeded even in the famous Goodyear
tvV ffw1! Gord Tires on the world's finest
VyO lll'ti' automobiles.
XV i Goodyear experience and care are
jjC applied to their manufacture in the
I'vO B world's largest tire factory devoted
vXX I to these sizes.
fY I If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, I
sgPjfj I Maxwell or other car taking these
fjQf I sizes, go to your nearest Service
fwitijw li I Station for Goodyear Tires; take
I f advantage of the opportunity to get
rlilcW a 1 1 trUC OCyear meaSe and economy.
JO x 3l2 Goodyear dj en Goodyrar Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no
Double-Cure Fabric, q) mre than the price you are asked to pav
All-Weather Tread for of less merit why risk costly
30 x Goodyear a-. casings when such sure protec .
Single Cure Fabric, I -5U tion is available ? 30x3'2 6ize J)AjU
Anti-SkiJTread antrrproof bag .
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California'" SyTup of Figs
only look for the name California on
ihe package, then you are sure your
child la having tte best and mont !
harmless phyBlc for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love Us
fnilty ta.-te. Full olrections on eacn
bottle You must say "California."
After you eat always use I
F ATONIC I
BtevF0ff YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE)
one or two tablets eat like candy. j
Gassy Feeling. Stops indigestion, I
food souring, repeating, beadacheand j
tho many miseries caused by f
EATONIC is tho best remedy, it takes
tho harmful acids and gases right out
of the body and, of course, you get
well. Ten3 of thousands wonderfully
benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or
money refunded by your own drug-gut-
Cost a trifle. Please try it I j
Recipes of Our Pioneer
for th home treatment of disease wers
wonderful!-, d spendable. True, they
knew nothing 0 i.rugs. but owed tuel.
success to the rots, herbs and bark? I
of the field. It is interesting to notr
that Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetabl?
Compound, the iurst successful remedv
for female ills . 1 have, waa original
ly prepared for h me use fro 1 ouc 0'
j these recipes, its fame has -no
spread from sho t- to Fhorr and thou
J pands of American women now well
1 and strong claim fr iwp their healtl
and happiness ty Lydia E. Pinkham'
I JOYFUL EATING I I
Unless your food it digested with
out the Aftermath of painful acidity,
the joy is taken out of both eating
are wonderful in their help to the
stomach troubled with Over-acidity.
Pleasant to take relief prompt and
MADE BY SCOTT BOWNE
MAKERS OF SCOTTSJTULSIOJI
The Mcdldoil Tea, regulates the sjtem sx!
elves quick relict to Weiknets ml LameDet of
Ihp Kick nnd Kidneys, Nerocpne. and the
Pull piin of ihr head. AROMATIC-I.KAFls
a siBDla, pleuiot remedv for thai tired, lioirald
SOS4luoa nhirh SO onflw one for thedaltr tataS.
Get a package at jronr drsggtstl or brniall Blcta
Address. Mother Gray Co , Lo Hoy, N. V. . '.
FomII turtles ranging: from 3.00(S
000 to 7,000,000 years In age. has
been found In San Juan county, north-!
ern New Mexico.
SAY POP Ambrose Has a Poor Memory for Pairu By c M payndj
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