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I UWTIS SET
Noxious Growths Must Be
Down By July 15. Says
County Crops Inspector
H Notice to property owners canal
runipanim and railroads that July U
has brii deslfcnaied as the Until for
Weedcuttins in Weber count was
sivm vesterdaj by C. Br, PettUrrew,
ounty crops Inspector
His announcement follow B!
in compliance with t n - State
Weed LAW enacted i the last l,egis
lalure, deeluring burdock, bull thisti e,
Hi cockle burr. etc.. noxious weeds and
providing for the destruction ot Bald
!, .,Jh b propertj owners. I hereb
,,i July I6lh si the imoi date foi the
cutting and destroying of these
weed, and request that nil canal
.ompunis. railroad companies, farm-
rrs or occupants of land, and prop
iert owners, destroy all noxious wee B
bn thcli property within Weber coun-
1 :tlso call attention to the pro-
vision in the State Weed Law to the
B effect that unless these woeils re
cleaned tip by ;he duto s-t for
butting, It shall be the duty of the in
spcetor lo have I his work done t the
expense of the property owner, Same
fl to he collected as a tax upon m In
I teutons emu
(Continued Prom Page One
nnd whoever la not afflicted with the
gisease of victory "
Here M. Delacroix Interrupted and
The object of this conference is to
arrive at a peaceful solution and 1
uust therefore ask Hen Sttnnes not
u be prov oral iv e
Btinnee, resuming, s.iid:
This conference is the ear through
I blch Europe could Ucai the facts.
'I hat is why I wish lo Speak. Without
co-operation nothing win be done.
That is whj 1 wlali to speak as a mai
ter of right and not Oiie 01 pi" .liege.
J cannot dispute to. ttillerand'e ng
ures concerning I'i-iihi. but his fig
ures regaiding Germany arc quite
wrong. Germany has not produced
per cent or her pre-war coal and It is
not true that 66 per cent of the Oei
iran iron nidus. ucs are at work.
' I iccogtiiz'r thai the French coal
fhuation in serious and altnough tile
Versailles treaty was foncd upon Oei
Biany, every German employer and
workman must strive to help Prance
as many of her mines have been de
stroyed, although this destruction was
not wanton, but one of military
IMPOSSIBLE TO CO.UPM .
"Germany is reproached foi not llv-
: ing up to her coal obligations under
h the treaty. As s matter of fact, la
tere the treaty was signed Germany
rad voluntarily supplied Prance wlthi
j considerable quantities c coal. The
I Germans now recognise thai this set
I was dictated by an unwarranted .sentl-,
"The reparations commission 1? now!
demanding 89,000,000 tons per annum.;
; It Is Impossible to compl; The Ruhr'
1 output in May was 220,000 tons per'
1 day. it has now reached 28 5,000 tons.
this on the basis of three hundred
j! wot kins days per annum.
"The Ruhr proprietors have been
I 'ing to Increase the output by draw-
Ing more workmen into ;he Huhi Tin
workers, however, demand a six-hour
day, but In order to provide the
French with supplies the men ha
I agreed to work eigl t hours and ten
minutes subject to being paid double
rates for the extra two hours.
J, The employers are cndenvorlng to
S arrange that the men should work an
I ' hour and a half, but overtime
j oennoi be forced upon the workmen
I Cht One million ions now being eup-
j . id i e only made possible by ver-
1 me The state of the working men's
health makes additional effort on
(I hair i.i t v ! y difficult,
i lccngntze thiit Germans may far
1 UD precipitate occupation of the Ruhr
1 hlch would result, were the allied
di mands not complied with 1 think
hnt if blark troops as the Instrument
' of public authority nre used the feel-
j ing Of every white man will recoil and
e allies will jret no coal Immlin.
I ion of workmen into the Ruhr woud
! suffej and tho building oi dwellings
j io house them would Mop lot i anl
ij, ' If the allies Insist upon iIkui d
uiands. the European coal situation
! inch otherwise might te solved with-
it. three ears, will become perma
I ntlv disorganized and Europe will
j permanently exhajsted
Future complications due to the
I milltarj decision yesterdav may be i -
I ;eeted. Riots and revolu'lon mo oc-
' ur and the allies would s-iff.r as srell
I ,.s evervbody else The Gorman coal
J owners have dismissed n reasonable
solution. In view of what Hps iuo
doing and right boLng on their side,
we cannot accept and work under the
I Hilled decision "
1 The conference will meet Sundav at
I d p. vn.
The Po'iish question was the sub-
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sale of Hart Schaffner & Marx suits j j
I they were good values at . wehave special models for I
j regular prices. now the young men; single or double I
I saving for you is exception- breasted in serges, flannels,
al you pay at retail less a great variety the val- fl
. money than we'd pay at ues are the best you'll find I
wholesale to replace these . any where here are the R
j goods; that is giving valve, prices: I H
I isn't it? J
. $3750 $47.50 $57.50 I
the home of Hart Schaffner and Marx clothes
l 1 1
Ject of a ionersalion : esterdav be
Lwcen Premier Lloyd George of Great i
Britain and Premier Blllierand of
Prance, the iwo prime ministers con
udoring what. If an;, thing, could be I
d ine to help the F'ops In their pres-i
' at milltan difficulty,
VN T HHI' MCC H
Premier Uod George i.s understood
to have s.iid that in view of tho agi'ee
n.ent just concluded between Great
Britain and the Russian soviet gov
ernment, he did not feel disposed td
do anything more than give iilpl-'
ujit,. support to the l'oles. Promiei '
Mill' land is reported as having re-,
piled that, this boing the case, Prance!
could not go fnrthei
The note of the t'ollsh government
respecting peace with the Moscow'
; government was received today by the!
I Polish delegation here to be communi
cated to tho allied premiers. It was
stated by those ronneoied with ti e
delegation, however, hat the note,
'which was in code, had been so mutt
ilated in transmission b telegraph that
the delegation could not determine
whal It really contained.
, A Warsaw dispatch on July 'j said
toe Polish foreign office had .an
nounoed that the Folish government
had for. . . j ei a note to the confer
ence at S a. declaring that Poland was
I now "jus r,s before and always '
read) and willing to make a peace
'based upon the principle of self-deter-!
initiation of nations
NOTORIOUS SLACKER IS
REPORTED IN NORTHWEST
W ASHINGTON. July lu The war
I department reeived Information today'
tliut G rover Cleveland Bergdoll hau
been located In the northern pari ot
j the country and If the Information1
! proves to be correct his arrest la ex
' pected shortly.
NEW BRUNSWICK VOTES
TO KEEP WAR 'DRY' LAW
ST J'HNS, N. B, July 10 The
province of New Brunswick in a refer
' end.im today voted to empower the
1 giv. ernment to retain the presest
i.r.ne dry" prohibition law passed dur-
leg the war. and against Introducing
' wine and beer llcensc-s
H if '
slsHl Shopping Oxford
! I HIS interesting style of eyeglass ;
j is greatly appreciated by men and i
I "women who use glasses only for a I
cloter view of things. They are dignified, con-
j Tenient, practical. Let us show you this style. B
J HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED
j After trouble develops eyes should be examined
! periodically just the same as teeth. Defects of t
j vision remedied in time will cause you little
I We Use Scientific Methods Only
LEWIS & CO. 1
WEEK BP CONFABS
(Continued Prom Page One. i
later to the newspaper correspondents.,
I have no special statement to make
tonight. I. nt will give out one In Chi
cago Monday morning after I have
hnil time to frame it I four.d the
senator verj generally sympathetic
With the policies (n ivhlch I am Inter
ested I have already come out with
a statement giving assurance of
my adherence to the port and the
nominee. As a requblican. I natural
ly will support the partv and noml
HE FINDS OGDEN
HAS GROWN UP
Henry Collins Returns to Home
Town, After 37 Years
it wo oi, i not have seemed so differ-l
cut If he iiad stayed here, but Henry1
Collins found Ogden a real metropoll-J
tan City, somewhat changed from the
village of boardwalks and cluster of
small houses he left 17 years ago
Mr '. 'olllns who is the son of Mrs.
Harriet Collins, has arrived in Ogden
, from San Francisco after an absence
oC neuriv two score yoare.
lie was measurably surprised when
i he walked out of the Union stutlon
and suw before him n city of some im-
! port-ance looming up boore him, and
out iii the vicinity of Thirtieth Btreel
vvherc he and his brothers used to
hunt ducks, he found modern resl-
. dences tn place of the sloughs.
! "Yes, it's a real clly.' he said,
i "street tars and everything '" But
then Mr. C6lllns may be excused, even
the fsr-famed Market street of San
PranclSCO was once nothing more than
cow path, and Ogden's pavement is
USl BS hard ns San l-'i anclsco's any
old I line.
Mr. olllns is slaving at the home
of his Nlstei. Mis. S. P. Millar. 171 Pat
terson n v enue
U. S. Case Against
Raney Is Dismissed
The ,-ase of the government against
Godfrey Hanev has been dlsnlssed by
United States Cemmlssloner W n
Reader, .ir , on rciiui-M ot V S Dis
trict Attorney Isaac Kvans, it was
; announced yesterday. Raney was ar
rested for violation of the ievcr act
during the Ogden switchmen's strike
Four-fifths of the timber in the!
I I'ntted States is private owned.
' The United States has had 14 White,
House brides 1
NEW CITY PARK
Proposal to Establish Recrea
tion and Rest Area Near
More than 80 acres of land south
of the dugway east, of Harrison ave-,
nue and m.r die gden S-.tnltarlum
were gone over j esterdav afternoon
by Mayor Frank Francis. O. J Stll-'
well secretary of the ' 'gden Cham-
ber of Commerce i- W, shurtiiff, J
J. Brummlt, Citj Engineer, J. Tr : ;.
and . II Shearman.
The inspection tour of the propcrtv
was taken aft r scores of suggestions
had been received by the city com-;
mission relative to a proposed park.
The suggestions made have been con
sidered by the commissioners and a
de Ision vvill be reached next week, the
mayor said It Is planned to have
itreea planted on the property, roads
constructed and a modern park laid
out The driveway in particular, ac
i cording to Mayor Francis would be
one of the- important features
Thousands of tourists pa I gden a '
visit annually and it Is suggested that
pan of the ('rounds, be used for camp
The day has been divided Into 24
hours from earliest tlmcs.
Do you wish to become slender,
graceful, healthier happier? Eat alj
you r.ic-d. but chew vour grs.
food thoroughly, and be C!p
happy while lollowing v,
easy Korein system or JfLT
tainabie in Nix at dru mL 'i
store- Purposed to aio B
i in reducing tat in any gat ( 1
part ol the body Reduce flfi V
whatever you net-d i 10 vj f 1
0 60 lbs) under ihXliXl W I
money refund guarantee V
or no cost to you. V A
Reduce pur?y abdo- V jl
men. double chin, large k-C.
limbs, obese rup- ind
other overstout parts of
tbe bod- Men MJ alW :
Even a few days of
f Korein system (pro
nounced ko'ttn) has
been reported to show
a oouceabie reduction in
weight. No thyroid, no
exhjuting exercise, no
starvation dieting, no
humous enuine redaction
method DOroved bv phy:ci
sos. (. t'rc4 becoTic light,
the kin firmer and smooth
er tr aoDearsoce. work ens
easier, and booyant feelire
take 0BSBBBBBM Si the whole
bems uterfluoui, un
ha'.fl" 1'aoiear Begin
rsSarii . Get Korein
Bu irr.ill boi of Korein
at anv ooy drug trre Show
Uien this oj(ftlurni(.
! n pwii
Dies at Hospital
Jude Alpheus Dewej , son of Joseph I
Dewey of Deweyville, died at a local'
hospital yesterdav morning of petl-,
tonitis. He had been ill but four days.
Ho was born at Deweyville. Nov. 9,
1901. The body will be returned to;
leweyvllle where burial will take
Many mineral springs were known!
to be used by tjie Romans '
SUCCESSOR TO PREMIER
BORDEN TAKES OFFICE
OTTAWA. nt.. July 10. Arthur II
Helghn, former minister of the In
terior, todav was sworn in as pre
mier, succeeding Sir Robert Borden.
who recently icsisned.
C C Ballantyne was re-sworn is
minister of marine and fisheries ana
minister of naval service.
T shall not l responsible for any
debts contracted bv Violet Marriott.
(Signed) Rav Marriott I
Eight Greeks Leave
$50 Bail With City
Eight Greeks arrested for gombling
forfeited bail of ?T.O each In the n
Icourt J csterday morning Thnv were
Jim Karalas. Chris Corls. Philip Mor-
rls, Joe llanos, Themlstokles Ifoulas,
Oeorge Zlvas. George Juskaa and
Croquet deeloped from a French
game of the- 13th centurv
' cream pure, sweet and nu- ''1L
tritious--under perfect condi- PARTICULARLY MADL
tiona. FOR THE FINEST TRADL
NELSON-RICKS CREAMERY t? ' I ;
i 5ALT LAKE. OGDEN