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J v EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1922
fcj 1 L JTHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER ? MS ASSIGNED TO SCHOOL T Q-o o o o o o o o IL Department Heads Are Announced miv lrntltute of instruc mL ciiv school he'd BYiV 0Sd ir,r h'ifh school to 5", S IP 2 and 1923 Be". csslgP" V !elr bVi , w Karl Hopkins .rvJ'of "gd" city J?'"' iar follows Ida FID-Jf'-? -i-t uporintendent; Hi Tiuuprvtsor of music, sBL supervisor of art. kW'SJrfc T MPn Prln" fime Americanization Wtloc'l- '0thcr lnstr"ctors IH'I principal Florence BVWlne Camp. Ireno W K Annette Good fW1! Lc.tcr Hubbard. ff-om; E Bceson. Evelyn BoU- Barbour, r&b Stevenson Alonzo SaM. Etta Nelson, Na- H'i W Wiiltaker. KV ror.n.:!l. nrKT I'- DC- .'rrkr,ifforson, lo Cone $er Hlncl.c'.lff. Prof I - Li JIMOR HIGH i Adjm. principal. Nellie la'lkDonald. Helen Corte., EUon Lillian Stanley, Zei jTLWDard Robins, Reva ABM Mlon. .Norma Al- Kckbsrt Rose W,!' rtit!;. Claude Coray. Nellie jjjb't.1! v.lams. Vi;a I.a uCm. "'al,,,r Biddlc. Flor H A'ood. Al .i R R. Tonid!', Vera Bur mtCif -v 'I '"nr. j roRT JIXIOK HIGH, it p.lrcf, rrlncipo I M .i ude !: Kocc-1 '' Jlt 11 l-'Kht Eth-I M.in-'l-'d, A r.. Erro! Bapl' v. IJ L .Millar. Eptrlek, S irah Y '.Ison. IJc'jrUiwaiD. Gladys l'ralt, tfflsJTXinn IHf.H jrjjtlc, ; rln ; .. Mi. t bias JliE Stark Zelta Ballinp.T. jltv. Elizabeth Thomaj, , Saith. Ethel lV-v y, Mar,; Corac'lus 3llsbury Claia rf. Mary Woolby, Doug- BSGYON' ll NIOR TTIG1I. 1 Jsali, prlncipa' . N ' Wall foot George i .. r-uui, rs. ma. Evelyn Son n.son, J. W. jti Loul!! Harmon, Loon 15 FORT ELEMENTARY. K Pjlrc?. principal Mildred ik Smith. Ev i Parsell, Lu t,ki Squir - Ma t P.!..nc)i M CiufflD, Eleanor K NM Kershaw, 1 1 h f, I L Junk.! r. Jwn Eeriruson. Maud Fulh r. ,rt . - L - K Rofst. WIS U EMEM RV. T'!all- prim ip.il Krrn.a , ri Hcplpr. Hflen Fife, 53. LvJl.i Beus, Avis Sor fej Hard- CTOX ELEMENTARY 1 Jank. prim l. ,, I.uili Be Hollands, i;race Autrl B Burks. May Ullson K- r 'wa Qri Tavlor. Lillian ! FJelstrd. Marpar. t Mc lattth Thompson, Ethel H. ! tLorua J?nklns. Anna "11- MWSOX SCHOOL. Wtrwood, prln. Ii) ( . r.o.ali Gwin. Emma Nle ion Mr, Mi d i McQuarrlc, Car m Mrs. .Marian J. Clark. Pi. Josephine Kelly, Mab l iu Parker. MarparM Jr n n Brown, Cren;, iiuldrow, Fcrrlstel. Jesslo Hedges. Stfrbenr Wheelwrlj n Llttlefir d, Ml, Br-,-, Evelyn Turner, jull i Mc- W6REE SCHOOL. PJftven. principal; Har JEfHc Paro-. Mrs. VloT- '- -llna Jarman, Eva Tborn KT" Acns Calms. Myr CVC;" P'vree, Garnet taLEtir' ''r'ir'"- Isabel P. Hicks. Trilby ,. wvr SCHOOL. KPrV,prlDclPal: Flora & Sln.1R' E1,va Allen, fgwn, Erma Gallagher S Marlon Smith. "r, Xora Dunn, Grace 4 Roylr, Cecelia GcttlngB. Elinor Crouter. Ruth V Cusliman LOR IN r.RR SCHOOT, Josephine Seaman. principal- Jo- sephlne Volker. Alnilra M r. .Martin i moffene CMve. Joan Stapletnn. Mil dred Shirley. Anna B. Cook, Loo-nom HlnCKley Etta Smout. Marvel Taylor Alphid C. Hendrlrkson. Hulda TTm beclc. Helen DeLano. MabellQ Flem ing. dkt; SCHOOL. Gertrude Fitzgerald, principal: Lo retto McCormlck. Nina Asln r.'iii Fin nic Cunningham, Julia Hlibbard Bon nie (Mbeaut, Kthlyn Barnes T-eona Johnson Giles, Laura Webb LaRlta Collins FIVE POINTS SCHOOL. Mrs Olive Rlaekham, principal; Claudia Hoffman. I.umount Poult, r' Ladra Randall, Mrs. Mlna Plains worth, Cecil Sutton. Lana XeiSOn. p:i la Stewart, Irrna Tlayman. Aldyth Owen. Ql INCY SCHOOL. Florence r, Brown, principal- Ger aldlne O'Neill. Man' Bluchcr. Grace Matthews, TudO Mugulre, Ellen Zun- I I'lorenm- rp nienson. Clara m herty, Mabel NVprud. Rrrnlce WTllta ker. WEST OGDEN SCHOOL. Delia A. Green. principal; Gene, vlevc De Young. Clara Adams, Ella i.f'h Holmstrom. DAIRYING PLANTS TO BE INSPECTED Approximately 50 farmers left Og den today accompanied by Ben 11. Eldredge. dairy specialist of the state extension service, nnd V. S. Hurdock, COW testing specialist of the U. S. department of agriculture, and V. Preston Thomas, county agent, for an Inspection of the various dairying plants In the county. The object of the' trip, Mr. Thomas said, was to note the progress being in ide throughout the county in dairy ing methods. The following fiirms were to have been vi6lted by the partv Uintah dairy, that of John R Mills: that of George B. Taylor at Farr West; the potter farm at Pleasant Yiew; tho state Industrial school the school for the deaf and blind, that of W. J. Wilson at Eden; the Aldous herd, Kelt's herd and the McKay herd at : Huntsville. Refreshments were to be served at Potter's farm and a supper was to be served at Huntsvlllo at the con clusion of the meeting by the Hunts vllle farm bureau. oo SCHOOL TEACHERS TO MEET FRIDAY Ogden city schools Will officially open for the 1922 and 1 923 seme.i ters next Monday, according to an announcement mudo toduy by Supt. W. Karl Hopkins. t Elementary' teachers for the n ! -v year Will meet with supervisors Fri day while junior nnd senior high school teachers will hold depart mental meetings with thc-lr princi pals nt which time outlines of the year's work will be discussed. Registration of high school stu dents commenced today. The entire registration will be completed by Sat urday afternoon. It Is announced. OO SOCCER CLUB HOLDS FIRST FALL SESSION I The first meeting of the Ogden soc cer club for the fall season was held at the city hall last night, with H. Wilson pn siding. Alfred Dranfleld. secretary' of the club, gave a brief report of the play during the spring season. He said that out of II games played, ogden had won nine, tied two and lost one. The Daynes cup was lost to the Bait Lake team but th- Smalley cup was again won by the locals. The first practice of the season will be held at Lorln Farr park Friday evening. Captain O. Llptrot is anxious that all candidates report for practice. HELPED HIS BACK. Backache, rheumatic pains, dizziness and blurred vision are symptoms of kidney trouble. "My husband had B bad baxik." writes Mrs. M. McCullough. PCasLon. Pa. ' When he nat down he could hardly get up and then he would be drawn over to one side. He tried Foley Kidney Pills and they cured him " Foley Kidney Pills Quickly re lieve kidney and bladder trouble. Ad- rtisement. CITY PARKS TO BE IMPROVED Program Calls For Extens ive Work in Beautifying Scheme Emll Hans.-n, landscape specialist of the mate extension service, left today for Logan after Completing a survey lot numerous places In Weber county that are to be beautified next year. He has also completed plans within I the past 80 da for tho beautiflca t!on if the various parks In Ogden. all ..f whl.-h are well underway, he sai.l nnd for the opening next year ' ' ll" Monroe park located at Mon- roi and Twenty-ninth street, which is to be opened as a baseball park by the city, hn said. He also completed plans for the beautlfloatlOn of the Cltv Artesian i lis park which Is to be made recreational resort for the citizens of the county and of tourists. He expects to return as soon as he receives word that thn steam shovels fur ihe digging of the lakes at tho City Art.-sian Wells j. ark may be had on the ground. Ther,- h.lb been completed at that pari he said, the fountains that have replaced 'he upper workings ot the rells which workings have been modi fied with c.-ment fountains and lawns. The plans also call for the planting of a number of trees and shrubs and the ng In somt "-ctlons of tne park of buffalo and elk and possibly other unlmals. i In the county he has been engaged on plans for the heuutlficutlon of the following. The church grounds school grounds and the community park at llunt.x lllo, tho church' grounds, school grounds and ball grounds at 1 en; the school grounds and com Imunttv grounds at Liberty; the church I grounds, school grounds and play grounds al North Ogden; the- church grounds and school 'grounds at Har Irlsvllle; tho church grounds and the school grounds at Plain City; the church and school grounds at War ren; the school grounds at Taylor, tho school grounds at Kanesvllle. at Roy and at Rlverdale Plans were also ! for the beautlflcatlon of the og den Sugar factory grounds In addition to plans for the beautlflcatlon of 23 homes throughout th county and city In addition ho made plans for the beautlflcatlon of 3 ward meeting lion.-. - iii i igd. n. Mr Hansen said, that the planting Is to be done next year. Last vear plans for the beautlflca tlon of grounds at Clinton, the county Infirmary and for 13 homes through out the county were made. oo- FARMERS LOOK OVER EXPERIMENTAL FARM Approximately f.O farmers from Salt Lake, Davis and Weber counties with some from Cache county, visited the state experimental farm near Fan.i ington yesterday. according to W, Preston Thomas, county agent. Alma Wilson, farm superintendent, escorted tho visitors about the farm. They were met by wiuiam Peterson, director of the experimental rami. .Various departmental heads of the Utah Agricultural college explained to the visitors the work that hail been accomplished In various lines during tne past year The work done in the ensilage corn t.-sts; the variety tests on tomatoes and the breeding being dono In that line anions the varieties to be grown for canning purposes, the breeding under way with a view of eliminating ithe melon wilt were among tho Inter esting features to the visitors. Considerable interest was also shown in the work being done .n different varieties of onions. Among the visitors was Simon Bamberger, former governor of Utah. The visit was concluded by a wat ermelon bust, at which Mr. Bamber ger spoke and an address was also delivered by William Peterson. oo 14TH WARD M. I. A. WILL GIVE PARTY The annual watermelon social and street dance of the Fourteenth ward Mutuals will bo held Friday evening at Washington avenue and Thirty fifth street. A varied program, danc ing, watermelons. I. t- cream and other good things to eat arc being provided by the officers of the organization. The program will include readings by Miss Frances Marsh and Roma Jensen, and comic songs by John Wil son. An ovenlng of good entertain ment Is assured those who attend. Get Ready fQr For School MMt LOOK YOUR BEST SwMtr Xy 504 of our new Fall Suits, for the opening ffflto K1 WiB fS l k Bdevery other day. All the latest styles, Jfffigj fliilTO s20 -a s25 flip "P upstairs and save $10. That's what (I II WB' T5 to buy your suit here. We carry a WSfV P te lm of hats, caps and furnishings. 0ver Ogden-Utah Knitting Store CHIROS' BACK FROM MEETING Utah Delegates Report Cleanup in Ranks of I Profession Ross H McPune and C. B. Johnson. Ogden chiropractors, have returned from attending the' national conven tion of the Universal Chiropractic as sociation held at Davenport. Iowa. Dr. MeCune represented the Utah Chiropractors' association in tho na tional state presidents' convention, while Dr. Johnson was Utah's repre sentative to the first chiropractic na tional research bureau. Prior to the week of conventions Dr Johnson took two weeks of special lec ture and clinical work given by tlu Palmer School of Chiropractic, also of Dai en port, "Th.- key to the comentlons was that of establishing a defining line in chiropractic practice, says the an nouncement "The word has been I sent out by th- national association ' for a house cleaning within the ranks. Proper legislation will be sought de manding eVery practitioner to adver tise only, what he truly practices. Such legislation will protect the public from Imposition by those who claim to be chlropr.n tors hut employ stretching, machines and other methods that be long to other systems of treatment. "The natlon.i I association holds no contention against the use of stretch ing devices, massaging, violet ray, or general manipulation methods. but contends they should be stamped cor re. tl by the practitioner, and not ad anced as being chiropractic. "The profession does not fear the medical prosecution from without, but is concerned with the principle of maintuJnlng a clean house within, and the newly Inaugurated plan Is expect ed to accomplish this change." no OGDEN CANYON ! BEATS BRYCE'Sl A. C. Geologist Declares Nearby Gorge Tells Stu pendous Story "Because of the stupendous ptory told of" the earth's formation "gden CBnjon makes Zlon canyon. Bryco's canyon and other southern Utah at tractions appear Insignificant.'' Wil liam Peterson, geologist at the Utah A gi iculturul college told the Ogden Kiwanls club today. "Ogden canyon Is a book with more than enough Informa'Jon for a life study while Zlon's and Bryce's canyons are one night shows. "Yet in the face of the remarkable structures and displacements you have lu your back yards attractions which bring learned men clear across the continent you hive pictures of these southen, Utah attractions on the walls of your club rooms, but I have not seen any pictures of the marvelous a. tractions you can walk to In an hour." j Professor Pet. rson said he did not I wish to be put In the light of de tracting from .he Interest of southern Utah attractions, but he said he did believe that tho people of Utah should krow about thiv features which have far nore Interest for the students of how the world war formod. Thr speaker said he thought more attention should be paid to the ele mental rock at Devil's Gate In Weber canyon. "That rock really made history." h went on. ' In 1S46 a man named Clark led a party down what we now call Weber canyon following a cut off route to California which had been described to him. The Clark party got along pretty well until the wag- I ons came to tms unyielding rock nt Devil's Gate. There the party was help up for a long time until the I wagons could b lifted over the ob struction, f'lark had so much troublo that he sent word back to a party following -him that they had better tnke another route. This party was the Donner party. So the Donners went by way of Henneror and Emi gration canyon. "Then came the Mormon pioneers. They followed the Donner party and came into the Salt Lake valley out Of Emigration canyon. Ha dlt not been for that rock at Devil's Gat;. Rrlgham Young likely would have pitched his camp and future capital near the mouth of Weber canyon " C. N Jensen, state superintendent of public Instruction, told the Kiwanls club that the policy of the state board was to k-ep the schools up to effic iency with the least expenditure of funds and that through cooperation of the school system In the city and county the budget this year has been shaved about one million dollars The club went on record as thank ing the ogden Advertising company for remedying what was declared to be a former unsightly spot on Hudson avenue between Twenty-fourt h and Twenty-fifth streets. OO ! DEATHS , I Mrs. Caroline Hodgln White. ncrr.i R3 years died yesterday afternoon shortly after 6 o'clock at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. T. Thompson. 8762 Gibson avenue, after two months of general debility. She was born Mar. ii 31 1889, In London, England She married In London In iStJl and came to Mgden In ls7s. a member of the L I ' S. church. For the past . Ight years she had made her homo with her daughter, Mrs Thompson. She was tho mother of 13 children ii n. I li survived by the following sons and daughters William O. White Los Angcle, Mrs. R R. Weaver. Og dl n James A Whlto. Bancroft, Ida Mrs 3 T Thompson. Ogden; 19 grandchildren and IS ;r.- j t-grandchll-dren. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock fit the Second ward meeting house, lilsh op W. E Newman will preside. Tho l...l may be lew, d al the rc-UK-nce Ol Mrs. Thompson Thursday evening and Friday until time of funeral In terment will be in the City cemetery. Llndqulst undertakers are In charge of arrangements. 00 MOOSE TO ATTEND SALT LAKE MEETING Members of the Loyal Order of Moose will journey to Suit Lake this evening to hear Justice A. J. Weber, post dictator of Salt Lake lodge Mo. 269, Loyal Order of Moose, who re cently attended the national conven tion at Moossheart 111 The quarterly frolii of Utah legion No. 169 will be held nt Eureka next Sunday. Several Ogdenltes are also expected to attend, according to Frank Matthews, local member of the organisation. 52 School Shoe Specials S jig Oxfords for High School Girls Ij Children's School Oxfords, Sturdy School Shoes, Children's Pumps CHILDREN'S SCHOOL L OXFORDS tbNX. CHILDREN'S PUMPS Brown calf 'lace oxfords, for 'A Blak kid and patent strap slip- boys and girl. Sizes up to 2. Every pair guaranteed to give STURDY SCHOOL up to 2 3i."j . $1.45 shoes I' $2.45 Siiei or Brown cp.lf and patent one- PLAY SANDALS 8 lo H'a v.OJ strsp slippers, and brown calf Sizes tQ r oxfords, with rubber heels. Ex Black patent and brown calf llli to 2 UJ.4J tra good wearing quality. play sandals, superior tf -i i r Sizes yi nr Large girls' aa I quality All sizes . . JMiJ 2 to 7 iJH.lD Mzes 2 to 7 ... . tJJJ.lfU DEAD TREES IN OGDEN DOOMED Removal of These Growths Part of Plan to Beautify City All dead trees are to be removed from tho city streets by January 1, following a suggestion of Emll Han sen, landscape specialist of the state extension service, according to an an nouncement made today by tho city commissioners. The removal of the dead trees Is part of the plan adopted for the beau tiilcatlon of tho parks and driveways of the city. Mr Hansen said this morning, prior to his departure lor Logan. Itn ordinance Is to be passed by the city commissioners relative to this matter In the near future. It la un derstood. Ogden has had considerable ad verse criticism, Mr. Hansen said, due to methods employed by persons hired to trim shade trees, their eftorts In many cases, he said resulting In kill ing ott tre. s and when not killing them off trimming them In such a manner that th. y presented anything but a beautiful sight. oo M'ADOO TO RUN FOR PRESIDENCY NEW YORK. Sept. 7 William G. M.Adoo, former secretary of the treasury, is an avowed candidate for the Democratic nomination for pres ident In 19S4, William C. Lyons of Denver, a former Colorado state sen ator and sergeant at arms at the- lasl three Lemocratlc conventions, de clared here today I naw McAdoo In Los Angeles less than a month ago" Mr. Lyons said, "and he told me very plainly that ho would be In tho race this time Ho will enter the California presidential primaries unopposed and will havo th' undivided support of such leadeis as Gavin McN'ab and the Democratic organization In San Francisco.'5 S U I LAKE SURPRISED SALT LAKE Sept. 7 When In Salt Lake last Monday night on his way to Idaho for a 10-day rafting trip down the Snako river, William G. McAdoo declined to discuss political problems and gave no intimation that ho would be a , andidate for the Democratic i ination for the presidency in 19-1. In a Speech at Klgby, Idaho, last Tuesday i McAdOd discussed timely po litical and economic problems but gave no hint that he would be a prcs- Idi nti.u andidate. Mr McAdoo's journey down the Snake river takes him far from towns and It Is not likely he can b reached and iU stloned on the subject of his . andi.Jaey until the outing is com pleted sometime next week CANNOT BE BEACHED IDAII'i PALLS, Idaho. Sept 7 Floating down the Snake river with a party or friends "n a raft. William G. McAdoo cannot b- reached toduy for a statement In an announcement made In New York by William G Lyons, that he is an avowed candidate for the Democratic nomination for the pr sldency, Mr. McAdoo Is a guest of State Senator George E. Hill of Rigby on tho raft trip and it was Btated at Mr. Hill's offlco that there Is no means of communicating With the party It Is expected that It will be several days before the raft party lands. oo FRANCE WILL AID COLUMBUS MEMORIAL SANTA DOMINGO, Sept 7. Tho FYen b rnintst r to Su nto Domingo has i ei a advised by his home government thai France is disposed to join With other countries In contributing to the erection of a great tomb and light bouse In honor of Christopher Co lunil.ii j (Note- The movement lor the erec tion of a Columbus lighthouse memo rial In Santo Domingo. Where, It Is Oontended by many historians, the re main of OlUmbue lie, originated With William e. Puiiiam, Receiver general r, f the custom! of the Dominican re public Th' project w'as temporarily utvimrioniu! during the world war.) E3M!niBBlBBM9S9iBBBBBBI t: MAY DISPUTE MINE PROPERTY Patent to Claims in Big Cottonwood Opposed By Forest Service i in the grounds that no valuable mineral ha sbeen discovered In place on the property of tho Tar Baby Mining company, the claims of which are located In the Big Cottonwood 'canyon. District Forester R. H. Rut ledge has protested the issuance to that company of a patent to the ground. The company has requested until February 1 In which time it wishes to prepare Its case. The claims in Question are the Tar Baby, the Snow Slide and Porphyry Dike. The ompany has expended thous ands of dollars In driving a tunnel tr locale ore believed to lie along the contact between the limestone and the cjuartzite, which same contact Is al leged to have been productive of th? large ore bodies that have been dis covered on the Cardiff property near by. oo BULLETINS! I I WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 The sen - ate late today passed and sent to conference the house anti-prof iteer-1 lng coal bill. The vote was 40 to seven. WASHINGTON'. Sept. 7 Selection of Senator Walsh of Massachusetts, as, . Iialrman of tho Democratic senator llal campaign committee was announc-l led today by Senator Underwood of Al-j labama. minority floor leader. Frank A Hampton, secretary of Senator Simmons of North Carolina was chos en secretary' of the campaign commit tee. MARION, Ills. Sept. 7. (By the Afrsoclatcd Press. Additional indict ments have been voted by the special! grand iury Investigating the Herrln' massacre. Some of the Indictments, may be returned late today. It wasi said. The number voted could not be leal ncd. CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 7. (By the Associated Press.) The French,! British and Italian head dragomans hero have Informed a representative : of the Turkish a itlonallst government ithat the Greeks are ready to evacuate' Asia Minor on Immediate armistice! Is ran granted the Havas agency an-; nonnces They suggested that officers; delegates by the Athens and Angora I SAN ANTONIO. Texas. Sept. 7. (By the Associated Press.) That the Texas Republli an party will Join In the movement started here Wednes day night b y antl-Ku Klux Klan members of the Democratic conven tion to organic.- i T em antl-klan po litical party, was declared by V. B. Cn Lger, Republican state chairman In a statement here today. Anti-klan 1 '. nmcratlc and Republican forces met in conference today to discuss the financing of the campaign of a candidate of the faction for Cnlted States senator. oo M'MILLAN REPORTS ARCTIC DISCOVERIES SYDNEY. N. S, Sept 7 Donald B Mac.Mlllan. Arctic explorer, who has arrived here with his schooner Bowdoln after 14 months In the far north prepared today to leave on a cruise of the Brae D'Or lakes near Breton. He declared It would bs Impossible for any vessel to make a trip through the Fury and Heclar straits In the Arctic regions. Largo ice fields block the passage In Fox channel and re Vi rse tides made the Journey a feat which no vessel could perform, he said. OO I PERFORMER INJURED IN ALCOHOL BLAST CHICAGO. Sept. 7. Christ J. Knp sodas. a perfumer, may die of Injuries he' received today In an explosion that occurred when Harry Papps. his part ner, was said to have dropped a light ed match near an alcohol container. B888B . i ru,v"BB4&Wll UTAH HIGHEST TAXED IN U.S. Farm Bureau Expert Makes Startling Statement at Realtor's Meeting T. C. Capener, secretary of th tax ation committee of the state federation 'of farm bureaus, startled the realtors attending the regular quarterly con vention of the Utah State Realty as- i SOOlatlon at the Hermitage hotel In ' gden canyon yesterday evening when f he told the mthat Utah was tho high est taxed state in the United States He was speaking on the tax situa tion and stated during his speech that though farm products In the state wero two per cent less than they wore In 1913 the valuation of farm property wan assessed 3"0 per cent higher than at that lime. A paper by W. C. Tuttle, chairman of the taxation committee of tho Salt Lake Real Estate board was read in which suggestions were made for the reduction oftaxes . One of Mr. Tut tle's suggestions was that publlo of ficers make a voluntary reduction In their salaries and that If they did not do so after having been given an op portunity they be voted out of office ut the next election The business meeting beran at 5:30 O'clock and was presided over by V. A. Rettliyon, president of the aaoclatlon. H. H. Cluff. attorney general, was the prln. lpal speaker and spoke on the present license law. He suggested that .changes be made in the law eo that -hereafter no man be allowed to enter the real estate business unless he were a licensed real estate dealer. He aioo suggested that all real estate brokers be bondej His suggestions met with the un- v qualified approval of the realtors who I voted unanimously that such changes bo madel n the present law. I Amendments to the state constitu tion to be voted on at the coming elec tion were also discussed. The amend ment that tho constitution be amended to allow tho state to increase its bor rowing power did not meet with tho approval of the realtors, though they favored the amendment to have the Income tax applied to all persons In the state The banquet, attended by 75 persons began at 8 o'clock. F. T. Flinders was toastmaster and Mr. Bettllyon presld- S ed. MayorFra nk Francis was the prln . Ipal speaker. He spoke on the ques tion of the public demanding improve ments In various lines, lal of which he explained cost considerable money and at the same time demanding that the city put into force a retrenchment policy. Garff Wilson delivered an oration on V. - . . V. , . -.4 . w- A i un 9uvjm nnvio iuc- m-ni DC-gaii. Music for the occasion was furnished bj a variety orchestra and the com munity singing was led by M. Charles Wood. on WARRANTS ISSUED FOR AUTO INSPECTOR Warrants for the arrest of Robert LM. Roberts, state motor vehicle in spector iLsslgned to ogden, are In the hands of the sheriff and will be serv ed this afternoon by Deputy O. H. j Mnhlmon it . iw f..l ,, The warrants, charging Roberts with violation of two sections of the stale motor vehicles law, were delivered to the sheriff late yesterday, but Roberts was not located and this morning was reported to bo In Salt Luke, Ho is lexpected to return afternoon when tho arrest will bo made. A complaint was sworn out against Roberts by Ezra Peterson of Ogden. charging him with driving his car without number plates on Augubt 31 and operating his car yesterday with the wrong plates. When arrested Roberts will be taken beforo Justice Dean of North Ogdou for plea. yj BLUE BLOOD AND RED HAIR REQUIRED COLUMBIA. Mo., Sopt. 7. Tho Or- T dor of tho Golden Fleece, with Jason as its patron, is tho latest addition to tho many students' organizations of tho state university here. It be came known today through a "leak" In the membership. The color scheme of the stars and stripes Is brought out In the chief qualifications re- "Hv. quired of the members: Jled hair, white complexion and blue blood.