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H ! I William Glasmann, Pubhaher. if AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. ig (Established 1S70 ) Th(a paper will always flffht for progress and reform, It will not know- Ingly tolerato injustice or corruption and will always fifcht demaoucs of all parties, It will oppose prlllegcdi clasBog and public plunderers. It Will , l never lack sympathy wlh the poor, I It will always remain devoted to tho pubMo welfare and will never be sat- , it!e& with merely printing news, II j will always be drastically independ I ent and will never be afraid to attack J wrong, whether committed by the rich or the poor. The, official paper of Ogden City ami Weber County. All legal notices authorized by law to he published by said city and county will appear ex clusively in the Evening Standard. IOGDEN MAY SOON BE EATING AUSTRALIAN MEAT Cheap meat tor all this western country Is promised In a movement started by Schweitzer & Co , of Sail Francisco. That company, as inde pendent meat dealers, has arranged with Australian packers to ship larc" quantities of frozen meats from Syd ney to San Francisco and a fleet of four refrigerator carriers has been contracted for A copy of the "Dailv Consular Re port," a government publication re reived at the Standard office, givca this account of the coming Importa tions I According to D E Quinn now New South Wales commissioner for did United States, hundreds of cattle breeders of Texas and other southern and western states have signified their intention of going to Northern Australia and going into the cattle business upon a bigger scale than ever before attempted. Already con cessions have been arranged for the taking over of vast portions of more than .000 ooo square miles of virgin territory, which Is adapted to th-.' raising ol" millions of sheep and cat tie annually. To prevent the possibility of the meat trust taking oer the vast pro ductlon of meats and butter of Aus tralia, and charging the consumer high prices iind paying the producer low prices, the commonwealth is ar ranging to take charge of the slaugh tering. freezing and sale of these prod ucts upon a national scope, and keep prices upon an even basis. The largeHt killing, freezing and packing plant in the world will soon be In course of construction at one of the seaports of northern ustralia, In which sheep, hogs and cattle will be handled for the markets of the world Mr. Quinn said further ' All of this Is made iossible on ac count of a recent ruling Issued from Washington The United States de partment of agriculture has decided that the inspection stamp placed upon meats by the Inspectors of Australia may be admitted into the United Stales The effect of this has proved quite satisfactory, for we have learn ed that the American meat eaters are ready and eager to purchase the meats of Australia "Australia is feeding the American soldiers in the Philippines and Hawaii There ha6 been no cry of tainted meat from this supply, at that The gov ernment has a contract with the Oce anic line to use itH entire refrigerat ing space to transport meats from Sydney to Honolulu for the next 18 months." Australian government commission m j l l-t, ..I-.. IBroadwalk Shoes For the Little Folks Our complete line for spring: and summer is here Patent Leather Button Shoes Tan Russia Button or Lace Shoes Tan Russia Oxfords Patent Leather Button or Lace Ox fords and Strap Pumps and many other styles. Broadwalk Shoes are the best looking foot shape shoe made. They sell at $1.75 and $2.00 in all leathers and styles. CLARKS' We shine your shoes for 5c. rs at San Frnncis'-o confi'-u: the statement that Australian bec' imr. ton. pork and butler nil' in p few weeks flood the markets of Sb Fr?i clseo and other American cities nart loTTf- th pcscn' high prices of meni to the consumer. The head of Schweitzer ft Co. r San Franc isro, which for yearn ha3 always dealt independently, is now In Australia, ?nrl at Sydney has dos ed a contract for all of the available refrigerating rpace? on the three lin ers of the Union company now oper ating to San Francisco Th' St un ship owners have sei urcrj guarantees from Schweitzer for large orders suf ficient to test the refrigerating ca pacity of the present fleet of steam ships Bcbweitxei expects to bring to San Frnncinro millions of pounds of meats especlallj mutton, uhich is to he supplied not only to local custom crs, but also to many other parts of California Expecting at last a lowering of the present tariff on meats admitted into America, the Swift and Armour in terests are now preparing lor the con struction of a huge slaughter house and freezing plant at Brisbane Queensland from which they will shin to the United States thousands of fro zen sheep, hogs and cattle weekly, The American companies will also handle Australian butter, which at the present has been debarred from the American market through tho presence of boric acid as a preserv ative. Apparently the acid will be omitted in future, and freezing alcri" depended on for preserving Should these Importations be sue ceasful, there will be a sharp drop in the price of cattle and sheep The packers will not feel the Invasion with the same pinching effect experienced by. the livestock owners of this re gion, although they too will encoun ter sharp competition With cheap Australian meals and butter entering at San Francisco, the Utah market will feel the effect, even though not a pound of the foreign foodstuff reach here But it is Is al most certain that the ref ngcrated meats will be shipped as far east as Ogden and even beyond This, then, would be made a competing point and the price of meat might drop to com paratively low figures. That Is one wav of reducing the hiM cost of living, but at tremendous cost to cattle and sheep raisers and dealers in those products of the range. WHEN THE CANAL OPENS IN JULY Two months from now and the Pan ama canal will receive its first ship That Is, if Culebra cut is not the scene of more earth slides It might bo pos sible for the Atlantic battleship fleet to pass through the canal within a short time Colonel Gorgas, the man who did much in a sanitary way to mnke the canal possible, describes the canal is half lake and half canal Trom the Caribbean sea to Gatun loc ks and lake is eight miles of sea level canal The lake Is 23 miles across, to the cut through the Culebra mountain, which is nine miles long, entering Mirafloros lake. This lake is only two miles wide and leads to MhaT lores locks and eight mile6 more of sea-level ca nal opening into the Pacific. With the canal open to traffic, the entire naval force of the United States tan be transferred from the Atlantic to the Paciric in twenty-four hours. The canal, when completed, should cause the Japanese to be less bellig erent when dealing with the subject of alien land ownership in California. nrv PROTEST OF THE WEST IS RECORDED Western Democratic senators and congressmen have been appealing to President Wilson, hoping that the head of the nation, after gaining their point or iew would see as they do the injustice about to be inflicted on the west b the tariff makers of the Democratic party. Senator Newlands. a most vigorous Democrat, has openly declared that the proposed tariff, which Is intend ed to cut down the cost of living, has placed all the burden on western In dustries. A message from Washington sas there is faint hope that the confer ence of western senators with the president tonight might result in Mr. Wilson's consenting to a postpone ment of free wool to the first of next January and the discontinuance of the cent a pound sugar duty left to the discretion of the president. A western Democratic senator who call ed at the White House yesterday gives it as his opinion that the pres ident might concede this much, but declared nothing the president said could be construed as a definite Pi iff jT""" I IT IS WISE POLICY i B "lufrfL ntaaS to start n vuvms l.'iinu in he 8 j H Bteaft ;arrii mikf thereto ruguiiaiilr g B ji H YW (help ?.utt funds pav by milling LifcwaJ j I Ha iiu&omoHi lo ;v.tur depomts. II fl EflBg ammiml'nr. mnlaf I I H I'Ptarest Pa-id on Savings Account H 1 UTAH NATIONAL BANK OGDEN, UTAH THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913. promise of either of these amend ments These 'wo amendments are all the most optimistic hopo for and that even this concession to tho west will be gained Is a matter of much doubt The lesson taught by this rejecting of western appeals Is tho necessity of the western people being less di vided on old-lino politics and more disposed to tand by their business interests In other words, the making of politics a part of their business. There, is no good reason why nearly the great eastern Industries should continue to enjoy high protection, while free trade Is to be inflicted on the sugar, wool, cattle and other Interests of this part of tho nation GOVERNMENT SEEDS ARE INFERIOR The onng people of the high school of Crnfton. 8 D. have registered a tremendous " knock" on the govern ment s seed bureau For years thos who have been favored with tho tree seed compliments of a congressman, have feit obligated to the congress man and the department of agrlcul ture The kindness has called for gratitude But now comes the Craf ton school with a warning that the seeds aro 90 per cent worthless and not to bo relied on. Tests made of many pnekages gave failures in all but one case The germination was as low as 6 per cent Our young gardeners, in the vacant lots selected by the schools of Ogden should demand to know If they ar being supplied with these government seeds w UTAH BOYS ERECTING WIRELESS STATIONS Students in the high schools in Salt Lake City are experimenting with wireless telegraph apparatus and a station has been erected by one of the boys which sends and receives messages The Salt Lake students of "wireless" are inviting bos in other cities in the state to follow their ex ample so that eventually wireless sta tions will mark the high schools in the central part of Utah and mess: be transmitted from one to the other The Idea is a good one and should receive an immediate response from Ogden. Eastern schools hae been encouv aging pupils to build aeroplanes, as well as wireless apparatus and great interest thereby has been created in the study of aeronautics and electric it) Many students, seemingly dull in theory, have displayed real genius when theor ami practice have been combined Interest in school work has been Intensified and there has been a toning up all around. Why not attempt this in Ogden1 Let us amend that question and ask. vh not enlarge th manual training departments so that the very latest achievements in the world of exper1 mentat'ion shall come within ihe activ ities of that brunch of the local sc hools? oo WHEN THE BOOSTERS COME TO OGDEN i Members of the "Come to Utah club are to be guests at dinner of the public it bureau of the Weber lun on Saturday afternoon The boosters of the dub Include ihe newspaper men of Salt Lake City, who are to be taken on a drive around Ogden and into the Canyon The excursionists are arranging for speeial service over the Bamberger road and are planning to have an af ternoon of real enjoyment There has been none of that sweet accord between Ogden and Salt Lake which ib supposed to exist in com munities whose Interests are so near ly identical and this bringing togetn er of the discordant elements should do much to cause all to realize that, if the two cities are to make the most of their opportunities they must cast off their provincialisms, drop their jealousies and go to work, first, not for Ogden or Salt Lake, but for a Greater Utah LEGAL AN ORDINANCE Amending and Re-enacting Section 758, Chapter 36 of tho Revised Or dinances ot Ogden City, 1910, as the Same Was Amended and Re naeted In That Certain Ordinance) Entitled "An Ordinance Amending and Re-enacting Section 749 of Chapter 36, of the Revised Ordi nances of Ogden City, 1910, and Amending and Re-enacting Section 758 of Said Chapter as Amended In That Certain Ordinance Entitled i 'An Ordinance Amending and Re enacting Section 758 of Chapter 36 1 of the Revised Ordinances of Og-j den City, 1910, and Approved by the j Mayor of Ogden City September i 24th, 1910, " Which Ordinance was Passed by the Board of Commis sioners March First, 1912. Be It Ordained by the Board of Com missioners of Ogden City, Utah: Section 1. That Section 758 of j Chapter 36 of the Revised Ordinances 1 of Ogden City, 1910, amended and PS-enacted by that certain ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Amending and Re-enacting Section 749 of Chapter 36, of the Revised Ordinances of Og den City. 1910, and Amending and Re-enactlns Section 758 or Said Chapter as Amended in That Certain Ordinance Entitled 'An Ordinance 1 Amending and Re-enacting Section 758 of Chapter 36 of the Revised Or dinances of Ogden City. 1910. and Ap proved by the Mayor of Ogden City September 24th. lMflu' " Which Ordi nance was Passed by the Board of CnrnmiaKkmerr. Marat First. 1511. Snj-i tustShjii as jmandei and re-era- I sned Ut read as o23dw: TfcSL. Siftarrcs The Officer, em ploye, am and acnti of the PolJc? 1 OejncrLmEnl shall receirp monthly aoiurie;, rmyj&itr monthly as are flu; 'salnries of other city officers, in amounts us follows: ' !hi ' Of Polios and Ex-Offldo Jailer $15000 Sergeants, each . . 100.00 City Detectives, each 95.00 I Patrolmen, each for first vcai of service . . ". . . 80.00 1 Patrolmen, each after first year of service 90 00 I Assistant Jailer . .. ...... 65.00 Merchants' Patrol, each 30.00 I Desk Sergeants, each 76.00 Guards, each ... . . 60 On I Section 2. All ordinances and res olutions or part6 of ordinances or resolutions in conflict herewith rre bi reby repealed i0 the extent of such conflict. Section This ordinance sball effec 1 May First, 101 I and af ter its publication. Adopted and passed by the Board of Commissioners of Opden City Utah, this 30th cjn of Ar.nl A D 1913 A. G FELL. Mavor. GEO. A SEA MAX. City Recorder siaie ot Dtah County of Weber s-1 I, Qeo A Seamon, City Recorder of Of;den City, Utah hereby certify that the above and forcROlns ip a full true and correct copy of an ordinance entitled An Ordinance AmendtriK ni'l Ho-enactlne Section 758. Chapter 36, of the Revised Ordinances of Opden Ity, 191U. ns the Same Was Amond ed and Re-enacted in That certain Ordinance Entitled V 11 Ordinance Amending and Re-enacting Section 749 of Chapter M of the Revised Or dinances of ORclen City, 1910. and Amending and Re-enacting Section 758 of Said chapter as Amended In That Certain Ordinance Entitled 'An Ordinance Amending and He enact ing Section 7iiS of Chapter 36 of the Revised Ordinances of Ocdcn city. 1910. and Approved by the .Mayor of Ogden City, September 24th. 1910.'" Which Ordinance Was Passed by thei Roaid of Commissioners March First,! 1912 Passed by the City Council of! Bald Ogden City on the 30th day of 1 April, 1918, as appears of record in my office In Witness Whereof. I have here unto set rav band and affixed the corporate seal of Ogden City, this 1st day of May 1913. (Seal) GEO a SEAMAN. City Recorder Published May 1, 1913 AN ORDINANCE Amending and Re Enacting Section 343. of Chapter 17, of the Revised Ordinances of Ogden City. 1910, Be It Ordained by the Board oi Commissioners of Ogden ( Ity, Utah Section 11. That Section 343, of Chapter 17. of the Revised Ordinances of Ogden City, 1910, be amended and re-enacted to read as follows, to wit 343. Building for Storage of. Li cense It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the storage of oils or gasoline sithout fust obtain ing a !ic-ns as herein provided. No building or warehouse shall be li censed for the storage of quantities of oil, or other combustible sub stances, except upon the recommen dation of the building inspector and the chief of the fire department, as being suitable therefor, and Bald building, or warehouse, shall be lo cated ;it six li place as may be ap proved by the Board of City Commissioner.- The person making applica tion fcr such license shall, as soon as tbe same Is granted, by the Roard of Commissioners, pay into the City Treasury the sum of Two Hundred Dollars yearly, in advance; provided, that no such warehouse or buildins shall be used for the storage of crude petroleum, gasoline, or other products of petroleum which shall flash or emit nflamable vapor at a tempera ture below 110 degrees Fahrenheit, unit such warehouse or building shall be specially recommended to and accepted by the City Commis sioners for such storage, and shall havo prominently painted externally on the front thereof ,in plain Roman letters at least five Inches in length, the words, "Licensed for the storage of gasoline." Provided, that nothing in 1 his section contained shall be construed to apply to automobile garage storing not more thun one week's supply at any one time." Section 2. All ordinances. and parts of ordinances, in conflict here with are hereby repealed Section .1. This ordinance shall take effect upon its passage, and of the dale of Its publication. Passed, the ::uth day of April, by the Roard of Commissioners of Ogden City. Ctah GEO A SEN MAN. Recorder. A. G FELL. Mayor Approcd April 30, 1913 State of Utah, County of Weber, ss I, Geo. A Seaman. City Recorder of Ogden City, Utah, hereby certif) that the above and foregoing Is a full, true and correct copy of an ordinance entitled An Ordinance Amending and Re-enacting Section 343. of Chapter 17, of the Revised Ordinances of Og den City, 1910, passed by the Board of Commissioners on the 30th day of April, 1913, as appears of record In my Office In Witness Whereof, I hae nere unto set my hand and affixed the corporate seal of Ogden City this 1st day of Mav, 1913. (Seal) GEO A SEAMAN. City Recorder Published May 1, 1913. AN ORDINANCE. Amending and Re-enacting Section 566, Chapter 25, of the Revised Or dinances of Ogden City, 1910, as Amended and Re-enacted in That Certain Ordinance Entitled "An Or dinance Repealing Section 517, 520, 525, 527, 534, 537, 538, 539, 543 546, 551, 557, and 558, and Amending and Re-enacting Section 528, 540, 656, 559 and 566, Chapter of the Revised Ordinances of Ogden City 1910," Passed by the Bc-ard of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah, January 31, 1912. Be It Ordained by the Board of Com missioners of Ogden City. Utah: Section 1. That Section 666, Chap ter 25, Revised Ordinances of Ogden City, 1910, M amended by that cer tain ordinance entitled "An Ordinance repealing Section 517, 520. 51-5. 527, 534, 537. 538. 539, 543, 546. 561. 557 and j 558 and amending and re-enacting Sections 528, 540. 556, 569 d , Chapter 25 of tie Rrrtsed Ordinances ; of 0?;den City 1515. ame-nded and I re-enacted to as to read a follows: 566. Miscellaneous IJcensts It j shall be tmla-ful for ar person to 1 engage hn or pursue aJi hnstnea. vo 1 cation ar caJInir hereinafter men- tianed -w-ixhtral Cmst obtaintng a U ! Ofmse. kb to drr tind he RbxU 1 except, vher atbrrw-iK pnrrtari, make yearly payment iroJ3 Or Treas ' ury rn ttdviun. fur T11" af folhrwa.: 1 BaLmmi ausnftnuii. Vx CBW- -1 6.D0 Exhibiting apparatus, per day. 1,0 , Exhibiting freaks of nature, ! per day . 5.0O 1 Exhibiting machines, per dav. 1.00 ! . Shooting sallery 80 00 : I Sewing .Machine aont, for each compnny represented 100. rn 1 Skating rink, per day 5 00 Slack rope performers, per dav 1 50 Sleight of band or other trick amusements, prr day . . . 5 00 Street ear advertising, per car. 5.00 j Section 2 All ordinances and reso- j lutlone or parts of ordinances and resolutions In conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict Section ?,. This ordinance shall take effect from and after Ita pass ago and publication. Adopted and passed by the Board of Commissioners this the 30th day of i April, A D, 1913 A G. FELL. Mavor. GEO, A SEAMAN. City Recorder Approved April 30, 1913. State of Ptah. County of Weber, ss. I. Geo. A Seaman, City Recorder of Ogden City. Utah, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a full, true aud correct copy of an or dinance entitled. An Ordiuance Amending and Re-enneting Section 566, Chapter 20, of the Revised Or dinances of Opden City, 1910, as. Amended are Re-enacted in That i Certain Ordinance Entitled "An Or dinance Repealing Section 517. 520. r. 2-.. 527, 534, r.37, 538. 639, 543. 646, 651. 557 and 658 and Amending and Re-enacting Sections 528, 540, 556, 659 and 506, Chapter 25, of the Revised Ordinances of Ogden Citv, 1910," Passed by the Board of Com missions of Ogden City, Utah, Janu ary 31st, 1912 Passed by the Board of Commissioners ol said Ogden City on the 30th day of April, 1913, as ap pears of record in my office. In Witness Whereof, 1 have here unto set my hand and affixed the cor porate seal of Ogden City this 1st day of May. l'jl Seal) GEO A SEAMAN'. City Recorder. Published Mav 1. 1913. AN ORDINANCE. Repealing Section 554, Chapter 25 of the Revised Ordinances of Ogden City, Utah, 1910, as Amended by That Certain Ordinance Entitled "An Ordinance Amending and Re enacting Section 554, Chapter 25 of the Revised Ordinances of Ogden City of 1910. M Be Tt Ordained by the Board of Commissioners of Ogden City, Utah: Section 1. That Section 554 of the Revised Ordinau( es of Ogden City, I Utah, 1910, as amended by that cer tain ordinance entitled 'n Ordinance 1 Amending and Re-enacting Section 1654. Chapter 25 of the Revised Or dinances of Ogden City of 1910." be. and the same is hereby repealed. Section 2 This ordinance to take effect from and after the date of Its passage and publication. Passed by the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City this, the 30th day of April. A D 1913 G FELL. Mayor GSO. A. SEAMAN. City Recorder. Approved April 30 1913 State of Utah. County of Weber, ss. T. Ceo A Seaman, City Recorder of 0';den city. Utah, hereby certlfv that the aboe and foregoing Is a lull, true and correct copy of an or dinance entitled An Ordinance Re- pealing Section 554. Chapter 25. of tho Revised Ordinances of Ogden It Utah, 1910. as Amended by That Certain Ordinance Entitled "An Or dinance Amending and Re-enacting Section 554, Chapter 25 of the Re vlsed Ordinances of Ogden Citj of , 1910.'' Passed by the Board of j Commissioners of said Ogden City on i the 30th day ot Aprtl 1913 as appears of record in m office. In W itness Whereof. I have here unto set mj hand and affixed the corporaie -,eal of Ogden City this 1st dav of May 1913. (Seal) GEO A. SEAMAN, Citv Recorder. Published May 1, 1913 NOTICE OF DELINQUENCY. Pursuant to Section 27 of the Com piled Laws of Utah, 1507. and the au thority vested in me by said section, I. the undersigned Wallace Foulger treasurer of Ogden City, Weber Coun ty, Utah, hereby give public notice that a special tax a mount 1 up to $78, 000.00 has been levied for the purpoSi of establishing and opening Hudson avenue 60 Feet wide running north and south through Block 32, Plat ' A." Og den City survey, In p.a.d district, by an ordinance duly passed by the Citj Commissioners of Ogden City, Ut3h. and approved by the mayor of said City on April 22, 1913, said taxes be ing levied on all of the abutting proj, erty on Ihe following streets compris ing said District Hudson avenue, between 23rd and 24th Streets The said tax is payable in 4 Install ment s Ihe first installment becomes delin quent June 11th, 1913. The second Installment becomes de linquent prll 22nd. 1914 The third Installment becomes de linquent April 22nd, 1915. The fourth installment becomes de linquent April 22nd. 19K, Each of eald Installments, except the flrBt, shall draw Interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from the date of the levy as aforesaid, and If any or either of said installments shall be unpaid when they become de linquent, interest thereon shall be 10 per cent per annum, until such delin quent assessments are fully paid. Said tax shall be enforced and collected as in any 6ther case of special tax anil if not paid the property on which said levy Is made will be advertised and sold according to law This special tax is payable at my office at the City Hall; Ogdon City, Utah WALLACE FOULGER, City Treasurer, Ogden City, Utah By C. T. Koons, Deputy May 1, 1913. NOTICE OF INTENTION. Notice is horeby given by the Board of Commissioners of Ogcien City, Utah, of the Intention of said board to make the following described improvements to wit To create Seventh street from Washington to Madison avenues as a sidewalk district, and to build therein concrete sidewalks four inches In thlckueas and four feet In width, to gether with the necessary grading, and to defray the whole of the cost thereof, estimated at $1,584 00, by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces of ground lying and being with in the following district, being the dis trict to be beueflted or affected by said Improvements, viz All of the land lying between the outer boundary lines of said stroot, and a line drawn 60 feet outward from I Jill Children's 5 Dresses These dresses come in all materials and are rL JL made up in some very neat styles. This ia I - 3 'j$r our r3t season in Children's Dresses, and vfii'Mp) in orcer to establish our trade, we are giy. ing you some very low introductory prices: ImW lm Dresses worth $1 ,50 99? Lm IP I lill lress worth $2.00 $1.48 LfrrT EjP Dresses worth $3 " $1.79 Wy Dresses worth $:5 50 $2.29 Dresses worth $4.50 $2.89 and parallel to the said outer bound ary lines. All protests and objections to tho carrying out of said intention must be presented in writing to the City Recorder on or before the 24th day of May, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., that being the time set by said Board of Commissioners when they will hear and consider such objections ns may be made thereto, at the Mayor's office at the City Hall. Ogden City. Utah. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden City, Utah Dated this 29th day of April. 1913. A. G FELL. MejTOX H J f'R.W EN, Cit Engineer First publication May 1, 1913. Last publication May 23 1913. COAL LAND IS LOCATED BY OGDEN MEN A partv of fifteen Ogdenites, Includ- I ing M S Browning, went to Salt Lake City yesterday and during the visit of one day made, fifteen applications In I the United States land office to pur chuse coal lands under section 2347 of the revised statutes Each individual filed on a tract of 160 acres. The land is located in Carbon county, just went of Helper, and the filings embrace an aren of 2,400 acres The township in which the entries were located was classified and priced b the director of the geological sur vey on March 17 1911. and the pri c per acre ranges from $20 to $200. ac cording to classification Parties making filings of this char acter under this statute are required to publish a notice covering their ap plli atlon to purchase, which notice must be published for a period of 30 days In a newspaper of general clrcu lation, which is reeoRnlzed by the land office and publinhed in the vi cinity of the land. 'I his public ation of notice is required in order th:it any and all persons claiming adverse ly the land described, or desiring to object for any reason to the entrj thereof by the applicants might file their affidavits of protest In the local land oftice during the thirtyday per iod of publication immediately follow ing the first printed Issue of said no tice, otherwise the application may be allowed. uu BOYS HELD FOR JUVENILE COURT Four boys. Dick Neanion. 14 years old. Roy Larsen, 11; Eddie Meyers In and Joe Bush, 10 are now In the cus tody of the juvenile court, charged with petty larceny. The four hn admitted that the, have bcen taking poods from the Edgar Jones grocery store Since their arrest, a quantity of food taken were used by the boys for "banquets" iu the jungles near the river The boy 8 were arrested after one of their number had given a jar of peanut butter to a friend. When the friend gave the butter to his mother and It was placed on the table, the father asked where It came from. Tho boy told him the story and tho four youths were arrested. uv UTAHNS ARE AT THE CAPITAL Washington, May 1. .Tames M. Creer of Spanish Fork, president of the Strawberry Water Users associa tion, and James McBeth of Payson, a member of the board of director ot the association, are in Washington to attend the conference to be held to day between Secretary of the Intorior Iane and representatives of water 1 users' associations on the government reclamation projects. The water users' association oq tho Strawberry project is not favor able to the government's preacnt plan for the adjustment and control of the Straw berry water and its rep resentatives will explain to Secre tary Lane what the association be lieves would be an equitable settle ment of the matter Under the gov ernment's plan It would be necee sary for several canal companies carrying water from the Spanish Fork river to disincorporate Stock holders of these corporations uho are nlso members of th Strawberry Wa ter Users association do not wish to do this and they will endeavor to secure a plan of adjustment and con trol that will not require it. Senator Smoot's bill granting the ; I migration Canyon Railway company a right of v. ay oer a corner of the Mouut Olivet cemetery so far as tho United States Is concerned and his bill permitting Joseph Hodges of Garden City to exchange private lands vith the Cache forest reserve for public lands outside the reserve were ordered reported favorably to the senate yesterday by the commit tee on public lands 00 CLERKS GO ON STRIKE Buffalo, N Y, May 1 Over 2,500 department store employes, involving sueh stores here, went on strike to day for increased wages and short er hours. Employes of hardware and 5 and in cent stores also participated. A minimum wage of $S for v,omen clerks and 31 "1 for men clerks Is de manried with a mintnium for boys of $t and for drivers and chauffeurs of $10 a Neek. The employes also de mand an ciht hour work day Satur daj half holiday at full pay In Jun?, July. August and September and 5 o'clock closing The present average weekly wage for girl clerks Is snld to be only $5. THE FLOUR DE LUXE "0 PTI10" Made from the cream j I of Turkey Red hard wheat. 1 At your grocers $2.75 per hundred. 1 Don't pay more for hard wheat flour. j I 1 XTTX CALIFORNIA S VjT NEW TRAIN SERVICE lffiffl'Jfiro) Inaugurated April 8th $sl "THE PACIFIC LIMITED" rJUTjL Electrically Lighted equipment, Standard and a ftT3lS Tourist Sleepers, Diner, Observation Car, Ask "Free Reclining Chair Car." About Leaves Salt Lake Daily 8 45 a. m. Our Arrives Los Angeles 10 a. m. California Two other good trains daily. o Excursion THE LOS ANGELES LIMITED l Tickets Electrically Lighted, Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Diner and Observation Buffet. J Leaves Salt Lake 5 p. m. Arrives Los Angeles 4 30 p. m S THE OVERLAND EXPRESS 3 Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Dining Car through, Free Reclining Chair Cars. ft For further information See Any Salt Lake Route Agent, j Write for California Literature. Ticket Office No. 10 East 3rd Co., Salt Lake T. C. PECK, O, P, A. J. H MANDERFD2LD, A. G. P A ( 1 Los Angeles, California. Salt Lake City. "