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M j PAGE SIX THE SUN, PRICE, 1 TA.I-P.VhRV ?'U11AY JANUARY 3, 1919 IB
SOME BIG FIGURES ARE
DISCLOSED BY THE
mWt ttXI'OHTH OF MISATH TO KUItOI'IS
fBV ' Alllt SIMPLY 1117111
HBSJ II Pinductloit For Itlctcn Month Fast
HBf Were Itqunlly, Dltldctl Among llio
PH IVopIo nf Ulnli Ifacli Would Unto
HBH S4iiMi iiniiitrrii iimi Firty-Four
HVBJ Pound Uio Slock mill Wool.
H CIIICAOO. Dec. 11. KlBiiriH. Ik.
MMM nesl today nt the Chicago stockyards
pMMB -.how Mt, H tlio people of Utah
ihoiild reenlve a quantity of ber nml
MB nrrk product equivalent (n Hint Mm-
pMMB .shed by the United Htatea during tlio
MB lout calendar month i.f tlio great war
o the American expeditionary irm
iho alltoa. thn Ilelglen rolltf nml tlio
H AinerlMi lied CriM.ii, every iwrtmii In
ihn state Would have nhnut seven
hundred anil fifty-four fitmida of
gBBaV meat nn.l mMt product. This com-
nurfeon mifKMU tho tremendous con-
irlhHthH rondo to the war and to hu-
miiilty by American fanner anil In-
dtiMry ait) the rommmlng public.
HlntUUes covering In detail all dut
ihn at eleven ilaya or tho war nro
available. They Indicate Hint the ox-
WMt I porta of moat and moat product to
tlio American rapcdltlonaty forces
ilelglan relief, allies and neutral
I """ August 1, 1914. to November It.
1918, npptuxltnAted an oven 9,000,000.-
000 pounds. Tho October oxport tn tlio
AnictlcHti expeditionary for, lie).
mn relief, jfllle anil American lied
?roM wcrn In pounds:"
mWM ?.noon '. .V'V" 7M13.M7
llnm ami miMom 3S.a63.iei
Neutral laril 111,678
Canned pork 346,761
Fresh pork n.Bir
,i Plokled ijrk 1,967.984
H Total ptfjdtltt 146,403,44
H Ounnoil bcof I3.7HS.S3I
Hj Kroflli hoof SH.27T.72K
H IMeklod lierf JI.981.JI6
m i Oloo Oil 1.216,112
H. Tnllow 1,340
m i Total Ifpf rettuelH . . . Il(,l37,t'n
H V Tho tntnl vpt anil iwirk produn'
H I Kniuunteil to 2SI.739.R1J imjhhiIh.
H iixi'iunx um ritint niton
"' "' HUHHI AMI AIAO WOOL
H DIM.J.V. Monl., Do. JJ. 1. o.
B HitMiiyiry prominent MonlHim flock'
V mojitor mid a inomtrr of tho Nrtll.imil
H I Woolfftowor' niwoclattnn, oxperta a
B xhnrp Hint rnrly derllno In the prlre
1 I f hcep. and m wool I very llkvly
H J to follow. 'The little fellow, tho mn.i
I who runi a few atieep." n Helway,
will ho nulla tho henvliml loner. If he
IkiukIiI owe lint j oar he Maud to
laio from eeven to rlitlit dollar a
HBB j htad."
M Bel way think wool, now aevenly
J 'ive cent u pound, will go thirty cent
' ImiIow hefnro tho ileollno turn He
B lumptlon of our trade with Auitrnll.
B ' New Zelund and Houlh Amulea will
1 havA .lamas-Ins effect on the Amerl.
' nn urowrr. Uhrep nud wuolrnlalnit
M "till rank among the prlnelpul In.
H I (luntrlftn of Montnni. denplln the Krnil
H ( unl dlappearnnco -of tho rnnne.
H . Tho nmt deoaUo. however, will nee
tho ranife ifona and heep found onl
H I n ranohe. laritn and einntl. The
H Kient .lato. oxtniiflve n they are,
L ure eoinpnrallvely few. however, and
Pl eventually the unnll farmer, with a
K rew nlterp, will mnmlnnllio the liuil-
H nn, AoanrdltiK to mnu) wiMilKrower.
M would wniK.v hcoi'i: or
H rUDKUAI. I'AUM LOAN
H That the fwloinl Government heuld
H xlrntl the fcrm loan act to mclude
H '(oekmlevlti hi the plea f Jullu 1'.
i 'hrutewteu. a ealtleman of tho Uln
H mil lluxln neollon. who tu up at Zlun
H jt Hattinluy to unload it khlpment of
H Mooded oattle whloh lie recently pur
H hatrd and I nt tbl tlmo Inklnu
H through o the Antelope miunity. In
H tefeionva to Hit federal loan act he
H "The Buvernment lira hud no more
B upport from rsny elni cf iitlien
H then from tho toekmeu. They have
H nvented freely In liberty hand unit
H ther tfovernment soeuiltle nud have
H 'fu aenerou eontrlbutoni to fie Hod
B roj nnd other worthy wtr worklnc
j ooletle. The demtnd of the icovern
1 nent nud of logltluinte ihatltle linve
B, .bout olNiiied up t II the Mro ohanr
V montf oattlemUeiM nml hr Impound'
PpH '1 muoh or their caplti;! of lurr
PpB tnoinlimtlotn. The itockmen feel
PpH hat a Bteut hardhp will ennue un-
PBH m they are pluoed In n poalilnn to
PBH werure ready oah and iiatiirally turn
PBB to the fcMvernment, where they e
PPPJ ict to receive very eourteey."
PBH Clilmtcimen elated that the rnniie
PBH 'i Uintah Ihtaln I very cood for thl
PpH xeran of the year, but that It now I
PpH r nertMkiarr ta feed Itotli eattle and
PpH hhoep. A luy and other fodder are
PpH elllng at unusually hRh price, he
PpH oroa dltaHer for the itockmen un-
PBH -n they can nut Htonev to km tro-
PmBMI nir until aprlnc cornea and the tame
H re artin in vlutpe tar erailng.
PBH ChrUteneeR. who own on of the
PpH int liwiln of tharoHxhbred cattle In
PpH t'tah, I loeited at AnteloiK, midway
PBB nctweeu Uuelisene and Myton In Du-
PpF heene county,
H Yield Cost llKurvx.
H Durlnir tho farthcomlav nununl eon-
H . anilon of the National Woolgrotven
H neeoolatlon at Suit Lake City, January
H lfltli to 18th, theri will be many dl
H uloim about the cent of production
H "ne firm recently lubmltted an Item-
H i tod atatemont ihowInK the cant of
H tunning a owo In California. Aooord-
H niff to Dr. 8. W. McCluro, tecretary vt
B ihe AiDoclutlon, the report ahowi:
H, "The total expense la 19.37 a year a
' wo. but th'.i does iot Include Interest
; on Investment In the ewe. Operating
Br intercut I Included et seven and a ha-f
B' icnta n owo, whloh 1 simply tho In
aaB tcrett on (he money borrowed to meet
HjK iiinnlns e:tpene, So undur thl Itum
LB1 itci eat Is only chareed on ninety
'nil f lnctmcnt An lntoretlrr ,
l Int !n thl Htitement I the ltm ..f
lehor -rhlrh totil SJ a ewe, whl. 'i
I imoine I not far from the coat In
moirt well reculated etHcbltohment.
' The roitee of mutton Mid of lamh
from thta outfit wete wtthln thon
nand dollar of being w'Mal. The
actual coet of prodtirlni; a pound of
wool In thl output wan 12.7 conle. Mo
Inir personally aequalntod with this
film, I knpw It to be the mnt efficient
for Its rttxo In tho Wot nnd 1 doubt
If any other sheep outfit make a
Rood r howlnir.H
I'or tlio I toil cri.
Contributed by fuh rtrmcrs, fullv
fifteen hundred yearllrjr li'lfcr will
be auctioned for tho bjrcflt of the
lied CroiM, an a feituro f thn tock.
show at Halt liko City next April, by
tho tntermountaln fltock Hhow nso
elation. Moro tlmn six hlindrn.1 hell,
era already havo ben promlcl nnd
It I believed that tho total will I e
twice that number. Tlio mencv rot!
Ircd from the sale. It Is estlmited.
will amount to 1100,000, nnd thl will
e disbursed amonif the vnrlaua eonn
Hen on the basla of tho number of
l'rlrea will h offered for tho lra
et number of calves nlven by the
rnrmera of a prilrul-r connti', far
the county nfferlHft tho beet carload
rl twenty heifer and for the boat rah
from any rowntr. Premium Hit fne
the show will be ready fer dssUIMi.
Hon aoon. The acope of the award
will l ao broad nnd liberal, asarla
Hon Affinal declare, that eiy breed
er of Mxh'claa live stork In any of
the fllaealflratlona of cattle, afceep or
hKii. will have an Ineetillvc to enter
Want AinrHmn l'ork.
WABIUNOTON. 1). O.. Dee. 31
rcnropo need every pound of pork
that cat be shipped from tho United
ttea beffcte next July, mid n cable.
arm rerelvod todny at the fwxl ad.
mluhitrallon from Herbert C. Ilaevor
t I'crl. Aa soon n the Initial atwoa
ef the sudden economic rhanito fram
war to Hdmhitlre can be oteieome,
fbiovcr said, there would bo over
Jemaml for jmik.
WITH Till? 1.IVK STOriOlltV
OP THIS HI'CTIOX Ol UTAH
Loral aheepmen report no leaaea tn
Teak of on the range so far this
winter. Most of the bonis nwnod t
nnd about Prlrn are ranitlnif nn the
t decert, whero the feed I said lo
Orand rounty's first shipment of
hog to the outside were leaded nt
Thompson a few daya no far the
talt Ixiko City Union stoekyanl. If
price ure satisfactory other -.hip.
menta are to follow.
Three (I rand county ranchmen arc
"Ml some ninety head of rattle whirr
ihcy rnrently turned over to Howard
Houd, alias tiarr. for Iwtd cheska. The
victim nro Thomu n, 1'oy, Tcter
Jones nnd several other. Tho officer
iro looking for tho buyer. He I hum.
posed to be now on tho const.
One thousand breeding ewes are be
ing dUtrlbiitctl rnnonir the fnttnera of
lloek Island i-ountv. Ills,, through the
nn.ovcmllon of tho county farm bu
reau .tnd county ngent. Theso owe
will bo placed on sixty-six farms and
will form center for developing sheen-
growing, rurcbrcl Rhropshlro biirki
are being placed with prnitllcatly all
the new flocks.
Tho fact that the live stork grow
era of Ihe IntcrmounUiiu cttiittr) to
day ncnipy n higher ponitinu fmn
ever beforu In the m-rktli of the
United Hiatc Is it trinc lndormiiui
of the fat stock show rvmlurled uu
nually by tho lntermnuntuln Hlo.k
Hhow ewoelntlon nt North Hull Itke
City. The third minimi show. It Is an
nounced, will tnkn plaro during the
first week or April. VU.
Seeretarv H. W. McClure of the Nn.
thxinl Woolgrowcrs' association saya
relrtllve lo beer exports: "During the
flecti I year ending June 10. 1911, our
total export of beer mid beer pr
dutca to Hurope. Including that used
far our own nriny. nniounted to 002..
HI, poo pounds, Thl look like a
formidable oliimo or bceL but when
we cominuti It with our total nnmul
production It dura not appear so Im
portant Tho tnlal nnniial production
of beef In the United Hiate l about
nlno hundred million pound. Our ox
ports, therefore, represent n little les
than 7 per cent of our total produc
tion, fho normal fluctuation In beef
production greater than these ex
ports." Itog shipment from Utah havo In
creased CO per cent oxer last year,
according lo J. II. Manderfleld, man
ager of the Halt Lake Union slock
vnrd. Many sections of the state
which heretofore have paid little at
tention to the hogralslng Industry
havo found It to be a profitable busl
ties Tho thing which has Increased
hog production the most Is tho way Ihe
Utile ETowcr have combined their
work and ship la onrlwid lot," say
Manderfleld. "They have done thl
er since fast January nud It ha
saved them on urinous expense. Form
erly (0 per cent of the hog received
it the Halt Itko City stockyard were
from Idaho, This seaun up to date
the bulk or the hoj-w tame from Utah
farm. The record show hog com
ing from fifty to k hundred miles
from railroad point. Thee nra
ihlpped to the yard. Washington
an it Iron rmiHtle are proving very
progreaalve In thl reepeoc"
That big dividend follow Invest
ment In rattletlrk eradication work
It shewn by Investigation during tho
last year by the United Stale de
partment of agriculture The expense
"f permanently f rosing rattlo from
tleka I repaid from twenty to fifty
time. The iot of makiny the liar
try number of dipping nrin from
only elaheteen to lifty cent fr crh
wilnial. and one lanvasa allowed an
iv era if o estlmatud Increase uf 9.7C In
value of the tlckfree cattle Moro
than thut. the eradication of tho tbk,
ta conducted under federal super,
vision. pM-mlt the Introduction of
hltrhclasa beef nnd dairy cattle nnd
the establishment of a more profitable
'Ive stooH Industry. RmphniU also
pluced by tho department on the lien l
for a ajear underitundlng of the p-ir-ttose
of tick eradication and the neces
slty for strict compliance with regu
lation to Insure thorotighncs, By
co-'operatlng with tho government In
tho work farmer receive tho numcr-
I Dodge Brothers
BUSINESS CAR '
A liuslncss car whoso cost of operation can be fl
calculated with mathematical accuracy.
It will rentier n maximum of service with a wi
minimum of adjustment nnd repair. I
ft will pay you to visit us and examine
"f The haulage cost Is unusually low. I
Frandsen Garage '
George G. Frandsen, Proprietor. - Price, Utah I
ou benefit resulting from tho op
portunity for great Improvement In
Tho IS7,:tv,000 worth of live stoik
product oxported during 1111 from
Wyoming Included beef cattle, 215.
00O head nud Miliied rt 122,220,000,
sheep. 135,000 head, valued nt $11
2OO.U00; horse and mules, 9600 heed,
valued nt J 1,820,000: swine. 21.000
head, ulued nt 1371,000; wool, 30,.
000,000 pounds, vnlucd nt 118,500,000,
poultry nn dairy products, 13,410.
080, and hide. 1393,000. Increase In
Him miIiia nt IIV'm fetunk lir.nln I .4.
ported during 111 wvro bcot ttt',
$0,120,000; swine, atOO.tOO; unl S .
Xtl.oet; poultry nn dairy prdv n,
I1.37.e0i hld, $51,000 The voluol
(Continued on page eight.) I
'iki.ki'iiom: hkductionh in I
icrn.iT this 1'ititsH.vr .month
I'oetmaster Oencral llurlesrn h.t
Jut announced a leduotlon In night
long distance telephone rate nnd i
clurge for nil long dlitanre tall
tthethtr tho IndlvlJual called I reach
ed or not, providing connection
made with hi telephone. New stan
dard lino rutei are also established
The new rstoj aro to te etfcetlte
January Slat. Uetwcen S.30 o'clo k
nud IS p. m., the rate Is to bo one-half
of tho day rate, nud between 12 o'clock
p. m. and 4:30 n. m one-fourth the
All rutoa npply where connection la
established, but 23 per cent additional
Is to bo charged when a artlcuhtr
person Is demanded to anstver a call
mid doea so. answer. Under prosent
prncthe, no uhurgo Is made utiles
the party demanded unawer. Thl
has led to abuse, the committee re
IHirt. Mmllarly when a call Is made
for n narthular psrson and the oper
ator -eport that the pereoli called
la not at the telephone or refused to
talk, 3 per cent uf the regular rat
Lnder thla arrangement the rate
for particular iroH oalla, when t)
sen Ice la ucceM(ul la Increased 15
per cant, frt call discontinued and
i par eent of the regular rale must !
paid. If artual connection l made.
Airline rata are eatabiiahed on thla
batia. Up to twenty. four mile the
rate of five tanta for each U mile I
flxad and for greater distant e five
cent for each eUfht mile. A further
effect i f the uniform rata U to re.
duce short durti nee toll rate to ten
and five enl and five minute talk
It alio ved a u minimum.
The Dominion of Canada' revunue
eountlnue t run well ahead r last
year's record. In August the total
amount .ollerted uu 126.J9S.000, as
against 121,110,000 In Augu., 17.
srid l.t July (hi year the revenue was
l3l.iss.eoo, as compared with lip,
8S1.088 m the Mint month of 117,
Qeoiiette froek now appear In
gray, tin blue, pink, taupe and In
Gray astrakhan I muoh liked on
suits Instead of other fum.
Isn't It wonderful how nwcet n wo
man' vole aruud when she I talk
ing tn rnmo other woman she hates.
Another rematkablo thing la how a
man leoms imter to le n nnxlou to
stay married a ha wsh to get married.
Did you ever notice that even when
a l'rlee woman known her husband 1
lying aho keep right on asking que
tlons? Hy nil means wo heartily oppose a
"dry" delegation at tho coming pcaco
conference. We want no man there
who will taku water.
Isn't It funny how some of our gtrU
would rather wtutli and cook for a m.
account man all their live than be
oall4l an old maldT
It' true that soma men are their
wh worst" enemy. Hut the trouble In
that world la that there are toe many
men who are their own beat friend. I
After a fellow ha been hoeing hi
own raw far about forty year ha eau
tell you that It la a good deal easier
to break a ton dollar bill than It la tn
Hvery now and then we read an
obituary of a man and It says "when
n boy he worked on hi undo' farm"
and soforth. No affidavit I needed
to back up thn stutemeut. If ho was
on his uuUe'a farm he worked nil
right. You can bet on that.
Detailed soil survey covering 31,
lit uaro mile were made during
the fiscal year 1118 by tho bureau of
soils of the United Btato department
of agriculture. Prior survey of 448,
823 square mllea make the total 483,
901 (junre mile. Twonty-two state
and four buroau of the federal gov
ernment are now actively co-operating
In soil survey work.
I Spring Canyon Coal
Miners nnd Shippers of the
817 Nowhouso Bldg.,
Salt Lake City,
The annual statement of the United
SUto KMlogtost ttrvey, department
of the Interior, on the productlou of
asphalt, related bitumen and bitu
minous rock In 1917 Is now available
ror distribution. The quantity of
manufactured nphalt produced nnd
sold In the United State In 1917 wo
1,317,4:3 short ton, a gain of 86,701
ton or about 7 per cent over the out
put In 1916. The quality of natural
nxphnl. bltumlnnu rock und ozokerite
produced nnd sold In 1917 wa 80,904
hort ton, a loss of 17,673 ton or IS
per cent less than tho output In 1916,
Many of tho lmplr evening frock
have close sklrta of accordion pleat
ritotm-i: and ocahdiansiiip bH
.Consult "nty ricrk or tho lespo; LH
live nfeaera for further Infc, m.-Ulon WAfB
voTirit to cninTiroitH icst.vtV H
of James ir aineomo Dianco, De H
rensed. Creditor wilt present claims AH
with vouchers to the undersigned nt HH
Kwe.II. Utah, on or boforo the 14th Kfl
day of February. A. n. 19 19. JAMR3 IHai
IlOLAN'DO nnd I'KTR IltANCO, Ad HH
mlulstrntnm of cstnto of James or J?5
nincomo lllnnco. deceased. It. A. Mc iSavil
nee. Attorney for Admlnlstrntpr. Hal
I'lrat pub.. Dec. 13. Inst Jnn. 3, nil 9H
NOTICn UNITRD RTATES LAND WD
Office, Hilt Lnke City, Ittnh, Nov H
19. 1118. To Whom It May Concern jVaV
N'ntleo Is hereby given that tho state H
of Utah tin filed In this office lists of wU
lands, selected by the said ntate, un BH
dcr Sec. C of the act of congress, np. UM
proved July 14. 1894. n indemnity
sehnnl lands, Vlx: Serial 021706, Lot IH
I, Pec. 1. Twn. 11 Smith, Tlange l.t mH
Knut. Salt L.tko Meridian. Copies of UM
old lists, so far n they relate to said 9,9,1
tracts by dcserlntlvo sub-divisions, BH
have been ronsnlruously posted In VVfl
this offlen for Inspection by nny per kvaV
en Interested and by the public gen gLVB
erallv. During tho period of puhll
nation ef this nntlre, or nny time K
thereafter nnd before final npprovn) bH
snd eerllflcettan. tinder detrimental LB
regtilatlnns of Arll H. 1807. protests UM
or runlet against thn elnlm of the 9
tste tn nnv of the trnrl or sub-dlvt IBB
ks hereinbefore, described on the aVJ
trnund that the ssmn Is more vnlu Hfl
Me for mineral than for nRrlrulturn Bfl
niirpoew. will be received nnd noted MB
for rewntt to lb general lind office
st Whlnton D C. Failure ao to WM
nmteei or eotitMt within tho lime WM
neelfled will be eonsldcrrd sufficient
evidence of the non-mineral char- ff
etar of tho trnet nnd thn selections 1
thereof, being otherwise freo from
objection, will bo npnroved to the
ft. OOI'LD II. IILAKHLRY, Hfgl
Mrst pub.. Dee. i; last Jnn. 3. 1919.
VOTK'lt t'MTKI) STATKS LAND '
Office. SU Iko Cltv Utnh, Nov
II, 111.. To Whom It May Concern
Notice Is hereby given that tho-state
ef Utah ha riled In this orfleo lists
of land, selected ly the Mtd state,
under See of the net of enngres.
approved July It. int. a Indemnity
school lands. v- Herlsl fllis.99, Lobi 1
?; ! J' .L? T." ' ' ' Kfl,,1' n"lf sfJ
II ISajb Hall Uke meridian. Cople V
of said lists, hi far as they relate to
aid imet by df-erlntlve suh-dlyl K
lone, have leen consfdeumitly -posteft Hi
In thM off ire for Inspection by any "5"
person Interested nnd by the puhllg '
eenerally During Ihn period of pub- K
Heatlnn of this rtntlre. or any time H
thereafter and before final approval H
snd certification, under denarlmental K
regulations of April 38. 1907. pro-
lest or contest against the claim of
tho state In any of tho trncts or sub- R
division hereinbefore described on H
the ground that the some la more
valuable fnr mineral than for agrleul- ,!?
tural purpose, will l. received nnd !
noteil fr lepnrt to the general land
off l.o at Washington. D. C. Failure of
so to protest or conteet. within the H
t rrie sperlfte.1 will be considered suf- I
rhlM TWe?u" .of ,,,e ""on-'nlneral i
: V.11..1 iieing otiicrwiro freo si
" ',T l,'r,.l.,."1n' w, ' "bl'roved to ihn 3
state. (Kil'Mi . mKIILKV. Ilcgle- 1
First pub Per (i; Ust Jan. 3. in. J
notici: roit I'tmuc.vriov !
(1't.bll.ber ) DetHtrtment of S lZ I
terlor. United Hlate Ijtnd Office At
Halt Mke Clly. Utah. Dec. 27. Jill I
Notice I hereby given that Theodore 1
II. Housekeeper of Harper. Utah, who B
M Hept. II, 1114, made homestead S
lry, Kerlal No. 011013. for NV4 1
NKU imNU'H Heo, IB. Twp. 13 South I
.l,on?f. """ 8Mlt ,AK0 "rldlnn
na (lied notice of Intentluu to make
rive-car iirorf, to establish claim le
the land almte deacrlbcd, before thn
clerk of the district court, l'rlee,
Utah, on the lath day of February,
v'lf Cl"t name wltnrsse
iV CJ J..,"'i,1. I'rwnlc Alger, Charlce
M. Hmltli. Charlea Johnstuii. all or
"r'r '' ' OOULD H. IIIICIILY.
First pub. Jnn. 3. last Jan. 31, 1819.
NOTICIS l'OH I'UIILIIUTIO.V,
tl'ubliaher.) Departmont of tho In
terlor. United Hbitea Uind Office Al
Halt Lake City. Utah, Deo. 28, 1911.
?tieo,.u !lnreUy K19" "t L'mma a
Tldltell of Wellington. Utah, who, on
January S. 1913, mr.de desert land
entry, fierlnl No. 010800, for 8W
HF.. Hoc. 20. NHNKU. HBNBK.
Kc. " ,JWP-. South. lunge 16
Last. Salt Uko mtrldlan, ha riled
notlcn of Intention to make final
prcof, to ostnblish claim to the land
above described, berore the olerk or
tho dlstrlut court. Price, Utah, on the
17th dny or February. 1919. Claim-
nut name rji wltncMc Joseph It. -
Tldwell, John I'appo, John II. Hum- " I
Jue. Hyrum Tldwell, nil or Welling- )
ton, Utah. OOULD II. 1ILAICI5LY,
First pub., Jan. 3; kt Jnn. 31, 1919. 1
HKiiiWAY nrriciAr.s .mkitt I
AT STATIS CAPITAL TODAY i
What I the use or the government '
offering Urge eums or money for road
construction In the West to Western
State ,f It demands tlict the stato put
up equal amount on tho principle
that the work should bo dune nn a
fifty-fifty haul the question th.at
prompt a meeting of representative
rrom the highway department or
thirteen Weatern Slate, whteh will be
held In Salt Lnke Clly today Friday.
Th mniie of co-operation between
federal and stxte governmenU In road
building and other public enterprlaos
U oonsldored an Important ono In very
many phase. Utah could oably
stand the oo-operqiive term of th .
federal government ir It Incroasea It
bond lue for road purpose to tho
limit allowed by the motor vehicle
luw. aut many or tho Western State
aro In no position to bond nt present.
And In a s parte, I y eellUJ country It Is
Impossible to acquire tho neceesary
rund by taxation, say road otriclals,
Legal blonk of every description
arranged from the best legal forma Tlt
and brought down to date, A mil MMf
upply olway. on hand. Firty cent, a II
dozen. Tho Sun. Mg V
JJrald will be used In combination MT
with atln ror spring hat. )
Separate coats continue to be In J
greater favor than suit. r