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D1LAND K0RTH17ESI May Day Ceremonies at Sweet Briar College UTAH BUDGET Fridar. May 21. 1S20. Nevada bma contributed 14120 t ta yilouaevt-lt nw mortal fund. lotion I being grown near Lu V Nevada, the crop thus far this eauu IkMuj all that could be de sired. It la expected that 200 persons will, go on the special train to be sent from Montana to the national conTentlon at San Francisco. Tli commissioners of Pershing conn ty. Nevada, have awarded the contract for tlie building of a new court house, to coet $08,500. lun Mullen, 30, engaged in mining In eastern and southern Utah, sh.t himself under the heart at a hotel at Graud Junction, Colo. At a cost of nearly $10(10 the farm era In the Glendale, Nevada, district have purchased a thoroughbred Hoi stem bull for herd purpose. Members of Utah national guard way become members of the reserve officers' training camp, according to advices received at Salt Lake. Monoa Fortonl, convicted of setting a brush fire on the Schell Creek dlvi - lion of the Nevada national forest, has been assessed a fine of $100. Several of the large cattle companies of Nevada are figuring on taking over a number of small holdings In the state In order to settle water difficulties. Joe Bishop, serving a sentence for 'f attempt murder at Elko, Nevada, has been granted a parole and will return to his former .home In Oklahoma. Thirsty residents witnessed the de struction of 35 gallons of whisky, 'val ued at $2000, at Billings, Mont., one day last week as the result of a court order. A number of applications have been i filed for the position of state labor commissioner of Nevada, and It is ex- pected that a selection will be made 'l during the week. i C. W. Wiggins, who shot Mrs. R. K. Bell through the hand during a quar- l rel at Ely, Nevada, has been given a sentence of six months imprisonment t In the county jail. Reports of crop conditions from s twenty counties In Montuna Indicate i that the farmers have cause to be Ju f fcllant, and bumper crops are expected : In those sections. Senator McNary, Republican, Ore gon, has Issued a statement urging Oregon voters to support Senator Johnson of California In the Republi can presidential primary. Andrew Brady, Butte police officer, charged with murder in connection with the killing of Sylvester J. Pren att, has been acquitted on direction of the Judge of the district court. Forest protection week for Utah and y Idaho has been set for May 23 to 29, and the forest service of the govern ment at Ogden has Issued a very time ly bulletin on the protection of for sts from fire. " As a result of the strike of members of the Worklngmen's union at Butte, the street car service has been inter rupted, and jitneys are being pressed Into servtee to solve the transportation problem in that city. While winding up his flivver, Charlie Myers of Ruby valley, Nevada, sus tained serious Injuries, "the crank of the machine striking him In the mouth, breaking his jawbone and knocking out many of his teeth. A raid by officers on the cellar of a resident of yie little settlement of Lunlntr. Nevada, resulted In the un earthing of a cache of large quantity of bottled beer and four barrels of brew, which was confiscated. Joseph W. Bell, co-defendant with L. W. Friste in the shooting of St Clair and Renu, entered a plea of man slaughter at Ely, Nevada, and was sent to the Nevada school of Industry at Elko, instead of the state prison. On April 30 the sum of $84,404.19 had teen collected from auto owners of Ne vada for the privilege of operating their cars In that state, and It Is be lieved the sum of $100,000 will have been collected before the close of the year. . Pinned all night beneath an over ... turned tractor In the bottom of a dry Irrigation ditch, Peter Paderson, a rancher near Cody, Wyo., delirious from pain, attempt to beat out his brains with a wrench. He was finally rescued and Is now In a hospital with T -good chances for recovery. Miss Beatrice Gordon, 18-year-old daughter of Mrs. M. A. Gordon, cook at the general hospital, at Pocatello, disappeared from her home at noon Tuesday and has not been heard from since. The girl's mother believes that she has been enticed from the city by young man she met recently. With a needle obtained In the prison shirt factory as hlg only tool, Bert Lof ton has escaped from the state prison at Rawlins, Wyo. Lofton found that a soft piece of steel covered a drain, With great patience he slowly cut a hole through a steel, removed a pipe and a plate and crawled through the hole, picked a lock and escaped. In remembrance of the soldiers who lost their lives In the world war "Me mory Grove" Is to be planted In City Creek canyon, Salt Lake. The grove will contain a tree for every Utah soldier who gave his Ufa for his coun ' try. ... Immediate formation of a federal police automobile force to patrol the Canadian border In nn effort to check the smuggling of liquor Into Montana and Idaho hue been recommended to the customs bureau at Washington by the ,. collector of customs at Great Falls. Moat frK. cCOO txp - if ' J Cltlxms of Provo are formulating a ' pmrain tor me tMinrrraaca OI Ueco- lav county mines la California mm .pit acUre ablppera w slt Lk ..mm ihM dara An orgsnlxatloa f the woman 1 trneiL. hava txn pot to worfc farui burvsu has b.-u pfected l ,m. m- fru.u th. SUgel mlna M Brlgham City. Sck-Ubourtie. Navada. to tha raUroad, LMter carriers of Salt Lake are P- . , ,, w.r. for shipment f Members of the court of the 0,ueen of the May" at Seet Briar college. Sweet Briar, Va, ceremonies. The Queen of the May was Miss Helen Bee son of Columbus, O. during the May day Mexican Refugees Fleeing Across the Border The Mexican revolution hus sent a flood of refugees across the border into southern Texas. The photograph shows a number of them in Agua Prleta waiting for an opportunity to get across the International line. Memorial to Mrs. Donald McLean EDWARDS AND MANAGER II y$l HI i I Gov. Edward "" . - M Jersey (cn left) 1' -o-,-' mJ) - P 1 Vrlew of the bronze tablet erected In Continental Llemorlal hall In Wash ington, by the New York Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolu tion In honor of Mrs. Donald McLean (Emily Nelson Ritchie McLean), presU dent general of the D. A. R. from 1905 to 1909, and a charter member of the National Society of the D. A. R. and of New York chapter. V Irish Mob Chases a Police Spy 1. Edwards of New chatting with Walker W. Vlck, his campaign manager. In the Edwards headquarters at the Ho tel Manhattan, New York city. Gov ernor Edwards' friends have an nounced his candidacy for the presi dential nomination on the Democratic ticket. TROPHY FOR THE YANKS V A ! H These enraged Irishmen In Cork are' chasing a supposed "police spy" whom they bad spotted at the Inquest on the body of Thomas MacCurta In, lord mayor of Cork. The coroner's Jury brought In a verdict of wilful mur der against Premier Lloyd George, Lord Lieutenant French, and others. a. m mm w in their Malariea. The Utah Packing and ProvUlon romiuiuy of Salt Lake will pass Into the hands of eastern capitalists. It has been announced. Ten-day stopover privileges are to be allowed ou alt tickets on alt line through Salt Lake to permit trips to he made to Zlon canyon. In spite of the late planting season. bunqier crops are expected In Juab and Utah counties, there being plenty of moisture In that section. Taxlcab companies of Salt Lake art asking for an amendment to the cltj ordinance permitting them to double the fare charged patrons. On the occasion of the formal open ing of the new home of the Commer clal club at Rrlghain City, on May 10, a public banquet was riven. The fifteenth annual session of the graud chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, of Utah, was held In Salt Lake on Thursduy and Friday last Beginning the second week In June. the Volunteers of America will conduci outings In the mountains for the poor and sick mothers of Salt Lake. Those desiring to visit the state fair at Salt Lake this fall are assured that special excursion rates will be In ef feet, the fair management declares, j Twilight dances are banned and no person under 18 years of age can at tend dunces unless accompanied by parents, under a new ordinance passed at Ogden. William Monteeth, aged 7S, was struck by a train at Tooele and Instants ly killed, his body being cut In half by a shift train bound from Tooele to the copper plunt A report by the bank commissioner shows that the state banks In Utah at the close of business March 23, had deposits of $35,276,185, and savings de posits of $40,025,847. Utah has the smallest death rate of Infants under 1 year of any state la the union, the number of births In 1913 being 14,478 and the deaths of Infanta under 1 year being 64. Arrangements are being made for the entertainment of the members of the Indian affairs committee of the house of representatives when they visit Salt Lake May 29. Struck by a speeding automobile as he was endeavoring to catch a street car lu Salt Lake, John A. Mitchell. a barber, had one of his arms bo badly crushed that amputation was neces sary. Sanpete county commissioners have Informed the state road commission that they have $140,000 of their road bond issue ready and are anxious that work in that section be commenced at once. ' While attempting to escape from of ficers who were searching her house at Suit Lake, Georgia Scott, aged 26, fell through a trap door Into the cel lar and sustained a compound fructuie of her right leg. Partly Insane, according to the find ings of the court, Arthur Lewis hai escaped trial on a charge of automo bile theft at Ogden after waiting trial for nearly a year, and will be sent to his home In England. - The body of William McCulloch, a sheepherder, was found near Paradise, it being believed that he died from the effects of a discharge of giant powder, Judging from the shattered condition of the body. Eleven hundred dollars In certifi cates of deposit, stolen from Ira Price of Los Angeles, at the Union depi t, at Ogden, when he was jostled by tro men as he was boarding a train, was recovered by the police. j The Industrial commission has awarded A. B. Riding the sum -or $1482 damages as the result of his hav ing lost the sight of one eye wh ie picking frozen beets at the Sspring-vllle-Mapleton sugar plant. ,No break has occurred In the dead lock existing between Salt Lake con tractors and building trades craftsmen who struck several days ago, although It Is predicted that a settlement will e reached within a short time. Drunk from drinking vanilla extract larry Smith, dishwasher and kitchen telper at the state school for the deaf and blind at Ogden, started a fire la x room of that institution which come near proving disastrous, but whjett fortunately was checked In time w prevent serious loss. f It is reported that Frank Johnson, who escaped from the Utah penitent! ary on April 29. has been killed at l o Aneelea In a duel with officers vt n caught htm In the act of burglarizing a house. Marcus Callahan, wno es- oonoil fmm nrlaon with JohnSOn, M captured by the officers. This is the handsome trophy which the Imperial Boxing association of Great Britain is to present to the American forces as a memento of the great international boxing tournament which was held in London in Decem ber, 1918. Hat In the Ring. "Are you In favor of women takln active part In polltlcsr - t j "I'm not sure, replied Mr. weeuton. "If Henrietta takes to throwing be hat Into the ring, It'a going to cost something. j Novel British Industry. Every year the second J and clothlns dealers of London send thousands of pairs of castoff stockings to central Asia, where they are used as gloves and arm coverings. Awaltlno Performance. - The Prooacandlst You say wber you left Russia the soviet government appeared quite promising i The Envoy Yes. very promising. had Just promised the brothers trj nd unlimited vodka. 4 th smelter. tf opening up re In the lowe vot kings of the Union Chief mine, of rtcttla of the company are confident th the ahoot cut lu a drift above per slal tor at least 100 feet. la Important development showlnf i ha downward continuation of tha or boar between tha 305 and 457 level of 1 he Tonopuh Divide la found In th we. kly report of progress Just Issued. Itomestic crude oU production mad record high In March, amounting to ML ,91,000 barrel. Highest niouthl oi put to 1919 waa 33.980.000 In July. . . - 1... .....a MF.. 11 an siarcn output jmi - 234 000. v uree body of lor grade ore waa recently struck In the Mulrbrook mine, neir Stockton, Utah. But three or four men are employed, yet ore valued at about $4,000 has been shlppe-fl each. month. showing 400.000 tona of silver-lead- lac sulphide ore that will net a profit of, $7.20 per ton, the first annual re part of the Simon Sliver-Lead Mine co-npuny has been issued, saya a aiina. . Nev- correspondent Th new camp of SUverton, situated) 89 mflea southwest of Ely, Nevada, now . taut the bad weather la over and spring! has some, Is beginning to take on nev life and promises soon to become a p)nc of much Importance. i News comes from the placer mine at Hogum gulch, near Osceola. Nevada that there will ba an abundance of water during th coming weeks, iron, all indications, and tha cleanup of placer gold will be much larger tha asuaL The Union mine, part of th Cerr Cordo property in California, was flpened up by the Mexicans In th tarly days, and worked to a depth of 1,100 feet. Most of the ore reduced! lug been a silver-lead with gold-cop- er values. From present Indications the oil . Belda of the different Nevada districts will receive a thorough testing out thl summer, and It will be definitely de termined whether Nevada la to becom nn oil producing atate as well aa a min eral producer. The whole bottom of the ahaft of the Arrowhead Mining company Is to shipping ore that came In when Wes ley Ellis, the contractor for sinking the shaft placed the second shot as a depth of 170 feet Is the word that' Comes from Tonopah. t The oil discoveries In the Fallon. Ne vada, section have been the means of causing many of those who have been backward In putting their money In oil prospects In th past to loosen up,: and development la expected In many localities this summer. Mark Tefler, who. In June of last year, discovered a ledge or rich ore cropping In the rough mountains about two miles east of the Long Hike minsf at Jarbrldge, was in Elko, Nev., 'last wet'K, anu is on nis way oaca to jar brldge ta develop his find. . A silver-lead concentrate worth $125 per ton and a slue concentrate worth $39 per ton at the present metal prices are produced on a representative sam ple of the ores In the Simon Silver Lead mine In the Simon district of Mineral county, Nevada. The milling plant of the Pennsyl vania mine at Grass Valley, Cat, ha been closed permanently after continu ous operations of about 40 years. Hereafter reduction Is to be made at th Empire mine, the two properties being owned by the same company. The manager of the Tintlc Pay master Mjnes company, following a trip of Inspection, announces that la th north drift of this Tintlc property, which Is tapping the vein at a depth or, approximately 500 feet, values are growing stronger with every shift ri ODeratlons will soon ha tnitai the Treasure hill at Hamilton, Nevada, by the Eareka-Hamllton Mines com pany, which recently purchased eigh teen, claims, The Eberhardt tunnel wUl be driven an additional 1,000 feet. This property was worked as early aa. i860. . V ' Salt Lake mining men who. are in terested In properties situated neat Leadore, Idaho, are watching develop ments at the present time with keen interest. Since the strike of high grade ore in the Klmmel mine It la said that outside mining companies are afso taking considerable interest. Approximately 101,000,000 pounds of copper were sold In AnrlL This nun. parts with 320,000,000 pounds , in March, 89,000,000 in February , and 239,000,000 In January, making a total of approximately 750,000,000 pound which have been sold since the first of the year. Production in. the same period was approximately 555,000,000 pooads. Officers, of the Central Standard Mining company, Tintlc district, arn highly pleased with th present show ing in the. shaft which 1 being sunk under contract and which la now down a distance of 430 feet. , A number of men applied for work t the mli.es at Butte, following th calSng off by the Metal Mine Work rs Industrial Union No. sno. r w Butte branch, of its strtke. Th oce calling off tlh strike advised th 'ta to "strike on the Job," which "! that they are to do as lltl ork as possible.