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t . " THE OARLAND CITY QtOBE. OAKLAND. UfAH H
Pacific Coast Manufacturer and
Industrial NoWs Bureau
Sept. 1 Alta Conditions
here rapidly improving, with
Homo mines approaching posi-
tion.that promises shipments In
! near future.
Safe Lake Erection of $40,-
000 L. D. S. chapel in Wells
i ward planned.
, More than 20, 000 employes
of Swift & Co. own stock, pur-
1 chased on an easy payment pro
fit sharing basis.
Salt Lake 40-mlle trail Into
Black's Fork country in Stinf
mit county being constructed by
U. S. forestry csrvlce, cost $30,
000, Utah commercial production
of peaches estimated at 808,000
bu. as compared with 735,000
bu. last year.
, Provo Development work be
ing done at Syndicate mine in
Santaquln mining district pro
- mises, the opening of big mining
fields of west.
Salt Lake $75,000 medical
' ' building at U. of U. nears com-
J V Twelve road building pro-
Jects embracing over 105 miles
- highway In Utah and Nevada
i, now being completed.
' Eureka Now auto route thru
Salt Lako from Tintic district
I Ore shipments from Tintic
during week ending Aug. 23 to
taled 137 cars.
, The safety of America and
Arilerican institutions today lies
; in tho constant education of the
' peoplo to see tho difference be
tween . "evolution and rcvolu-
jk Provo Orem Cannery opens.
mSM- Factory equipped to handle 85,-
Jm& 000 cans fruit daily. To employ
WBgL 20 workers where operating
qjJUp full capacity.
HjSqr, "'' HuntBVilIo"St6""vott!f Sept 23
on $50,000 bond issue for- re
clamation of 1,350 acres land in
Iluntsvillo drainage district.
TTip,roy, y silos built in
f Utah this sunlmer.
Ogden Work begins on fac
tory of Kieckhefer Box Co.
I Crops throughout Utah
prospering despite dryness.
Salt Lake Dixlo Power Co.
asks ilermitfon to construct 100
miles of electrical transmission
line from Cedar City.
Tho investigation of the pack
ers has developed the fact that
the main kick against them is
from wholesale grocers who say
tho packers undersell them.
The leading arrests for food
hoarding and profiteering havo
been among grocers, wholesale
food dealers, co-operative
creameries, etc., while fanners
In free municipal markets arc
accused of changing Bame pri
ces as high .rent projects.
Moab KanBas syndicate to
drill for oil in this vicinity.
. Brigham City Work of in
stalling lighting system, in bus
iness section of this city pro
gressing. Moab Drilling operations at
Levi well of western Allies Co.
near here continuing night and
Scenic highway from head of
Lamb's canyon to head of Am
erican Fork canyon, 8 miles, to
bo completed at cost of $128,
000. Tho production cost remains
high in mining industry as pri
ces of material and wages havo
advanced from 25 to 500 per
cent since 1914
Provo to pave Fifth West
Street, cost $44,224.
Woods Cross $45,000 drainage
district formed hero.
Beaver City Press: "What Is
the matter with Beaver? Wo
havo a delightful climate, beau
tiful scenery, good roads, tho
best Bido walk system in the
state, fine soil, profitable farms,
good ranges, wonderful mining
possibilities, good school Bystem
fewer merchants, more garages,
moro money spent with mall or
der houses, good bankB, poor
meeting houses and a content
Tho time is here to call u
halt On continually increasing'
wages to meet "increased cost
of living for cost of living will
never stop increasing as long
as wages increase. Abnormal
Iwages and prices of commodi
ties nro against public welfare
and stability of government.
We must get onto the "honest
days work" basis or this nation
will reap a sad reward. Facts
might as well be faced now,
there has got to be moro work
and less loafing.
Senator King of Utah says he
has had enough of this govern
ment control of everything and
advocates getting back to the
good old ways of allowing sup
ply and demand to regulate
THE LIMIT REACHED
Tho labor situation at Tono
pah remains unchanged except
that with each hour it becoifies
moro serious. Quito and order
prevail, according to reports
from tho camp; nevertheless,
both men and operators are
more determined in their atti
tude. Later reports Btato that
there Is danger of the strike
spreading to Goldfierd.
George Wlnfield, one of tho
largest Nevada operators, has
issued tho following' ultlmation:
"There will be no compromise.
Tho men employed on the Divide
the men employed on the Divide
properties are receiving $5 a
day, with room and board at
$40 a month. If thev can bet
ter themselves elsewhere they
are welcome to go. I will close
down the properties I control
before L Will grant any higher
When the move is on to curb
increasing cost of living it Isj
folly to contnuo to increase
wages beyond an already high
point and a showdown might aB
well take place now as any time.
H Druggist Z"ift Box I
CT'1 Tomorrow AlrltyhlB
R. V. Daniels Drug Oo, .Qarland, Ut.
)T PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN '"
THE GARLAND GLOBE
LETTER FROM RULON H.
MANNING ' -v .
Duncdin, New Zealand,
July 28,' 1919.
TSditor Garland Globe '
Just had the pleasure of re
ceiving four copies of tho good
old Globe and believe. me, they
were welcome being tho first
mall I havo received from "Yan-koe-land"
in two months.
At present I am laboring in
Duncdin, a city of 70,000 people,
and am getting along fine.
Now Zealand is a very good
country, but tho "U. S." will do
Wishing you every success
and looking for moro "Globes,"
Rulon II. Manning,
Box 72, Auckland, New Zealand.
Elder Manning enclosed a
picture of Princes Street and
tho Postofflco at Duncdin.
' Mr. J. D. McKee is spending
tho week at tho Hyrum JenBen
Furniture and Hardware Co.
demonstrating and explaining
the excellent qualities of the
Copper-Clad Range. He ro-
' ports much interest manifested.
Tho firm was fortunate In secur
ing tho services of Miss Thelma
King to make and bake tho
I delicious biscuits which were
made of Alfalfa meal and the
Garland Milling Co's excellent
"Pride of Utah' flour which was
contributed by Manager M.
Foisted of the Garland Mlllng
Co. The firm served bisquits
and cocoa to all callers at the
store, tho cocoa being contribut
ed by the Garland Mercantile
Co. Many peoplo have visited
tho store this week and tested
tho bisquits and cocoa as well
as examining tho Copper-Clad
Jtange, which Is a beauty.
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EDUCATORS END CONFERENCE
Two Weeks' Discussions of Vocational
and Part Time Educational
With tho mod Iurs of Friday, August
8, tho Utnh Vonttloiml ami Junior In
tension Kducntlonal Conference was
brought to a cloiso. Tho Conference,
with which has been hold tho 1'aclflc
Const Ilcglonal Conference for Part
Time IMucatlon, has occupied for the
last two weokM the center of attention
lit tho University of Utah.
On the campus and In tho lecturo
hnlla have gathered not only the local
school principals, vocational directors,
and city and county superintendent!
from the corners and highways of our
state, but our neighbors, Novada, Ari
zona, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon and
Washington havo contributed of their
best hraliiH and attention to tin; consid
eration of tho problems of the boy and
tho girl. Discussion has been free ami
lively and It Is believed much good
has resulted from tho conferences, In
fact, some havo made bold to pro
nounco It tho greatest educational
achievement of lccent experience.
While It Is an Impossible task to
immninrlzo so rich a series of contri
butions to tho field of education with
out losing a. very great deal, yet It
may provo worth while to attempt
some crystallization of the largo and
broad questions arrived at. It Is be
Moved that a clearer adjustment will
bo effected between tho boys' and
girls' clubs and the workers under
the Smith Hughes Act than formerly,
and that hereafter tho two features
of activity will mora nearly assume
tbclr proper proportions and relation
ship. School work In agricultural lines
mny take on a broader aspect and
the commonly so-called cultural sub
jects bo tnnde to conform rather mors
directly to tho needs of every day.
Possibilities In tho Industrial world
not formerly realized have been point
ed out, espcclully for tho girls,
Finally, thn boy and the girl and the
conscientious mother and father should
bo grateful to tho Conference for the
making of converts to the doctrine of
supplying their most urgent needs.
The Conference has emphasized edu
cation for something, as distinguished
from mere education. A clearer con
ception of vocational education; a
keener appreciation of tho need for
vocational education, and for women
as well as for men ; and for the real
ization of these needs, the demand for
efficient, practical, experienced, pro
fessionally trained teachers who will
go Into the work with a missionary
spirit, Is the summary of the Confer
ence ns made by one of the keen edu
cators participating In It.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior,
U. S. Land Offico at
Salt Lako City, Utah,
August 20, 1919.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Willis II. Boothe, Jr., adminis
trator of tho estate of Willis II.
Boothe, Sr. deceased, of Salt
Lako City, Utah, who on April,
17, 191-1, mndo Homestead Ap
plication, No. 012479, for West
Half, Section 2G, Township 13
North, ltango 12 West, Salt
Lake Meridian, has filed notlco
of Intention to mako Final
three-year Proff, to establish
claim to tho land abovo des
lribed, before tho Clerk of tho
District Court, at Brigham City,
Utah, on tho Sixth day of Oct
ober, 1919. Claimant names as
witnesses: Jacob C. Jensen,
of Brigham City, Utah, William
II. Glover of Brigham City, Ut
ah, Nels Jensen of Salt Lake
City, Utah, Christian Hnnsen of
Parle Valley, Utah.
GOULD B. BLAKLBY:
Aug. 23-Sept. 20 Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior,
U. S. Land Offico at
Salt Lake City, Utah,
August 20, 1919.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Jacob C. Jensen, of Brigham
City, Utah, who on January 2G,
1914, mado Ilomestcd Applica
tion, No. 012125, for East Half,
Section 2G, Township 13 North,
Range 12 West, Salt Lake
Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to mako Final Three
year Proof, to establish claim
to tho land abovo described, be
fore Tho Clerk 'of tho District
Court, at Brigham City, Utah,
on the Sixth day of October,
1919. Claimant namso as wit
nesses: Nels Jensen of Salt
Lako City, Utah, Willis II.
Boothe of Salt Lako City, Utah,
William II. Glover of Brigliam
City, Utah, Christian Hansen of
GOULD B. BLAJCLEY:
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