vy HOME OF THE WORLDS LARGEST 8ILVER.LEAD MINES DEVOTED TO THE GREAT TINTIO MINING DISTRICT VOLUME XXXIV Mftid the other day Tribune: The recent announcement by wage and hour agents to the effert that thoae in genuine leasing operationa which the lessor haa no auperviaion of the leaner (1mw) except an to Iioperty rights and workmanlike r mining do not rome under regulntlona unleaa the ore produced Ik mixed with company ore o' u.lerKlate character haa not clarified ror relieved the alluallon in ao fa. Till' Shift floss iu iho Salt Lake wage-lou- flail la concerned lint the leaning in Utah involved unemployment roinpennn-tlo- n allowed to leaner beenune they were not on the company payroll, coinmia- bused upon the indunlrlnl Ion's interpretation of the ntate It will he remembered cuae which diarupted nl Mayor and Mr. Dean Heck were at Lngun lust week end unending the annuul aesaiuna of the Municipal League of Utah and the reports brought back hy them wa to the effect that it was the finest convention ever held by the organisation. Mayor George II. Harrison of Roosevelt and Vern B. Muir, Isivan c'i.y rommlsHioner, were elected firm and second vice presidents, respecThe six new director aln tively. elected were: Mrs. Mary K. Smith. Provo city recorder; KdwaM Saunders, Ogden rity commissioner; 8. 11. Itunie, Bountiful councilman; Mayor It. Watson of St. George; Mayor 11. If. Hoyle of Helper;, and Mayor! ( Don K. Kenny of Richfield. Mrs. Iloxy S. Romney of St. George was elected president of the ladle' auxiliury; Mrs. Grin Eskelaon of Iirl.-haiCity first vice president;' Mr. Wm. Evans of Logan, second vice president; Mrs. Kick Bernard I of Price, Hcrvtsry and treasurer: Mrs. Heber . Maughan of Logen. aecurity regulation, an Interpretation subsequently upheld by the nupreme court of Utah. The auat ulncd ruling meant that parliamentarian. Irovu wa chosen os the the leaser must carry the loaner on the company payroll and pay aoclai vention city. nccurity. taxca on all leanera regard-len- a of how much income they receive fiom their leasing operation. One example cited in tbin column wan that two leaser who made $75,00n in one year being eligible to compensation, according to the iiiduntrial commission interpretation of the law. because they iil not appear on the company payroll Hence, freedom from the federal wage hour regulations has no bearing dn the ftah ni'u..iioii ar.d to depreclare that it has. would, in efi-f- . sent the obviously Impossible proposition of federal labor regulatory agents over ruling a decision of the nupreme court of a soverign state. Mining legal expert and operal lug oflrlul are agreed that the restoration of radltlnnal Utah leasing will require much more than the of opinions by official havJurisdiction over state agening no cies. ' The concensus is that short of a revision of the supreme court decision upholding the industrial commission's interpretation of the law, It will be necessary to enact a clarifying law based upon a complete understanding of what leasing really Involves and its grem bearin' upon the prosperity of the state, the production of much otherwise pioriilcx.-or- e and the economic welfare of a large group of skilled miners accustomed to conducted Independent operation of a nature which has I1.11I1 up self respect and helped to beiicr the average social condition in thi uneiu-ploym- n crut-her- lf i.-- i ! i .! 1 4..; DEPTHS OF HUNDREDS OF Beavers saved - prl-an- Rangers putting out a forest fire SAVE A BEAVER'S DAM; THE BEAVERS T PE UPON RETURN ING lr ,w ? A new dental lamp PtRMHS A DENTIST HIS WORK while ItIw. . .. & , T i S)ldtoalr' MM HAS EUREKA LOST ALL OF ITS PRIDE. bdari d,r "TV. Those who take a measure of pride removed. Surely there should be someone If Eureka and cannot help but feel budly because there are signs of ret- - connected with the city or county logrcsslon and decay In certain sec- - government with pride and ambition tions of town will be pleased lo see enough to bring about a cleanup of that some of the old buildings. Ion all lots lhat are In the very center unoccupled and in such condition of the business district. No mutter how poor we are as a that they cannot again be used, are to be torn down. These old atruc- - city we should still maintain our lures, once part of thia busy min- - self respect and our determination If we can lng camp, should have been removeil lo keep up appearances. bHrrow full wheel nr.d it talae hut is spend ago. year many slnrerely ' hoped that those In charge of'llu of mimey remaking a public buildink vork will not leave the ground that questionably I needed we which tho building formerly ocru- - should be able to spare a dollar or re- - two for the purpose of picking up pled In such shape that th-.einbl i a dumpln - ground. Thi Ic and hauling sway aome of the rub- the tearing bish that detracts so much from our what followed which gives down of (he Ferraudo bull.Ung, Jui buxines district and west of the Reporter office. For u visitor the Idea that Eureka people, b en a pile cf once so enterprising, have reached lo i time there h ilt"b!h oil th.it lot iiil ilicr: 's noth- - the point where they no longer care Iu3 to indicate that ft will e,er he how badly ihlng. look. " , B leR,Kla5or nt iw The theory behind the primary ,or employment ma5r in any de-election is that all of the members government for at of any party has an equal right in Pr,m',,, a 51,e e,Plriun candidates who to wish acleoting run ln 58rni office. "If bribery is i within their own parlies, ln Hu., 5atn aJmliilstraiive reward nmnner a ticket Is not selerted by a r ut ,0Bt handful or party leader hut hy the Jon ond cousin. party a a whole. A table showing the trend of and Indirect taxi-- , licenses, feez, Illlish Purch&SES Additional etc., from 1916 to 1939 la presented. In the past ten years, !nicell:iiicoii price, 'Pf1 Pfcpcjy Jj To Enter Exhibits In Juab Fair. County CommlM.'.uner , V. Ur son anil Mr. Fred Milllnmi. both u: Mammoth and offieluis of the Juab Fair Association, are work- hard lo induce Tintlc people to ing i liter exhibits In the air which opens at Kcplii on September 6lh. Mr. Iirson is Intererled in a tnip- mg exhibit and he will welcome as- sistanre In the nature of a mineral displuy. Mrs. Milllman I inducing Tlntlc ladles to enter needle work of all kind, .md also canning product.Exhibit can be left with Mr. Milllman or the Shea and Barrett Shop. "hA" purchaJr. spTeMi,! di-m- -t laxea, fees, etc., have increased from 94.000.000 to II6.0OO.U00; while 5 1,8 lo5al ,,urden ha tni reased from million to 34 million. Attentloi lh.a .,h X "b lh ol property on main ."t PndI,rlh!H bl!'iy d b" ,bat. fur,h,r b,,n Pn if Laf In and are mind carried plans flly ' Labor Plans Big Celebration put it Is probable lhat s new build- - IT ! v a with foot a and ing forty frontage At Murray On Monday. I by 18pn-lIrngth of one hundred and forty feet Ar5hur CaP?r hy will be erected It will hmn rnilsalon from "Liberty," gives a JH Organized labor, both men and of t Urjte moderB bow'nK lood lor t5,ught. women from all sections of the slate, rpPn.ntjun center of the very latest Tbo t,,,,,ru WU8 may well bo will observe Labor Duy next Monday type an(j 0 a quaHty whlch "wul by a11 with llie principal celebration being niatch anything In the west. at Murray. Information from the n,aii C(y piunl 0f (hi to Illure Tlntlc IMstrict Miners Union I .. , he nternioulllB, R. Will 06 xlcla the effect that a large delegation ol The julld deaj ,a been complet- local memhera will participate In the- p( bit rt(,tal, of the building have September 14 To 21. observance at Mutray. , IU( yl( b.,.n completed The Murray celebration is upon- EPl.clon work 0Il ,h'a building I SeptemlN-- r 14th to 21st, Inclusive prod by the O. 1. O. It i understood exported to start within s month. put llicse dates in your "do" book that the Salt Luke Federation of La- Mr u he,vily interested In the "do meaning to devote one or lu a tor will also sponsor program ,.rl(.ei owning threa fine thealrea in mure or the eight day to visiting . 1Ilt C,y. Salt Luke. tha rtah glale KaIr A brief history I that in 1834 Ihe There's a reason. Tho 1940 fair . . Knighta of adopted a resolun . . , . , . The United Stales Imports chrotion declaring the "first Monday In fn H from Cuba. mium Greece, . he known Afrlra, Eeptenilmr will hereafter VL He. tU' "r stu-toun- ty sur-le- d ar - r. : made the resolution. Workmen of ell organizations then began agita-- ( tion to have the day made a legal national holiday. On February 21. 1887, the first law to that effect p. in. wa passed in the atate of Oregon, Sport and then other states followed with be given at 2 p. in., and at 7 a proirnni will lie presented. evini will lie given and the winner of lug of war between Ncpbl and team Levan will meet the Eureka captained by Brig Athorh-- :i:nl I.it I etinell. .1 Then, re Fn!ernri!l!!,r.0rlrriH!!U!!l is Invici RW1- I -- Loos1 People 1 J'1 yr v Tlntlc Day will be Friday, Septcni- ber 6th, with llie Eureka Klwanis tub taking rmnplete charge of the pro rum o,' events. A ha oil concert by the Tlr.llc High School band will I TO DO Sitting H HvH nrz LS" "n? l in Yellow- stone Park, stopped to If additional Informalion I desired MiUiman can be ronte.rted at , iue ul at FEET Mr. r V ! ground IS PERPETUAlty FROZEN TO ' Old Dobbin Tabes ' op Siberia TmE seated - m c PARTS Dentists ine'-ferti-ve one-ha- on Jm-Aug- N Metal Mining Convention Plans B;g Exhibit. Open each day of the meeting, the of exposition will include disnl.ty which have made possible machine the profitable working of low grade me and which will greutlv ud li il,i production of those metal an viManufac-ital to national de'ense. lent will exhibit the latest development:' in mine locomotive, blast. n . ebc wrape-s- , eoulptneni. Irlcal equipment, safety devices a:id a host of other. Representatives of tlie m: nul:ic. stale. will be In attendance at eicli lurers thousand of 111.' booth to consult with operators ove: Meanwhile skilled workers face going on relief, their equipment problems. losing their homes and the propped of a lower standard of living whi-and if they obtain work in the mine. Fct Srell Broken By Storm These men are growing Impatient Last Thursday. and dexire action rather than opinions. The first relief from ihe terrific t'urreni lower than urual tnnnidc; wave which lu lasted for three heat ion have alre.dy front many opcrai came last Friday when a month indicated the restriction in producnice rain jdnrm brought the temperdefense. for of nictais tion ature down several degree. It wl llie first storm s lice April. Sugar beets, botanical!)' speaking, For a lime it appeared that the belong to the same species as the downpour might result in a flood but contain garden beet. Although they it subsided soon enough to make of less than 24 per rent sugar. they fur- it Jus' a nire storm. of the worlds nish nearly According to T. A. (lenient, local supply of that commodity. go eminent weather bureau operator. the moisture fall was .:! of an inch. at Blank Reporter ,ncnl Timely Hints. Next Tuesduy Is election day and that day the people of Tlntlc and Ui fact the entire atate will go to the 1,B of tho Utah poll for the primury and will choose oft the pres. It Is thoae candidate which they hope Taxpayer I x information will anrlve the October runoff and ful1 of lmI'rant become the candidate on the election and 1,oul5 bo general IntereHt to official and taxpayers allko. ballot In November. are lu doubt aa to bow to, Tho lcadln editorial. "Democracy Many Atf5ln Tho Primaries," arts vote for the reason that the primary , 1,10 ,1 law I so new that he ha not become , "PWdldlily of tho citizen n determining the quality of gov-ththoroughly acquainted with it. For reason a few hint a to the way ernn,,n5 5hal wo want to live under, "Democracy Implies that we, the peo- to vote are given1 The only The voter ia given a ballot eon- - p,e ,a ru, the through l,n Jhat,,Tw names the of all candidate Tay tainlng J18 wurd helor and on .all ticket. Upon entering the ,l0!' voting booth he must make a choice ,be demagoguo hold away, drmucra-o- f d the party he wishes to vote for ry do? 111,1 bo d PruvnJI- - The a ,eHl of ,he Pr- be must tear the ballot on lha n,ary ,d,mo,'ru'ic ceaa. This test must bo positive. Our perferated line and vole only the 'h cue party ticket. The ballot ia also imVLr,!HPnt!n, a as perferated on both edge so that the name." It ao, points out that the prl- Judges will not be able to determine mary lu not Just an election, but that which ticket was voted. It is not essentia! for voters tu It Is also a test of the quality of our l IN Freut prlvl- vote the entire ticket of any party; 10,1,5 w,1l1h11I,lhta 8 bul ,rlvll,'a he ran If he wishes Jurt vote for a oe H slates reBPonH,b,1l,stingle person on the party ticket he rJe 5 m, nmn canuot be a good casta at the primary. This In no way 1,,5h'r ' would prevent the voter from vot- 1 J0" n. 1 lhlB on of ,lb? i" lug for that man on one ticket and on of 11,8 da' ali other with this exception at tho ?. Idt'morracy-,bat impose' general election to be held In No- vember. In other word the fact Ibat the voter cannot "scratch " w15 ln I M i spent by ft .'in one ticket to another In the 5 C,!n y a,ld who" mdHl1 election doe not primary or run-olba ,fl,, e ,oad ls 1,aTi,iWB lu any way interfere with hi Snd right Ur lo vole for whom he chooac In the ,d? IL1,"? find the cuuse thireforo. finul election U P,,n,l,d ,ul lhat awrage Another thing Is win the 'J1 51,8 ioi!inilon In (he primary a candl- - iVf 1,1 11,5,1 "J J.1' dele must receive more than 50 per . u,11,1 nd 1 18 1,ul c 5" ,y rvy 2!!1! cent of the votes cast. If several 8 conil!(1iiiiK are out for office it la . . M1 nlU lo ,ho practice nulle likely that no one will receive Vi,1 Up ,,vr ,,,e ypara a majority, and that I the remain for the run-of- f In October. The two of the administration using the lure a means of gnin- candidates with the largest number V ,,,P11Fn,,nl 15 18 PHnt,, ",,d, o vote will be placed on the run-of- f .1, , v 00 y ,i5 ,c- aJr 5reld,,,n ballot, and the voting will be Just f, ,h;l 5 5aou ,t 'i,n 1,0 the same a In tha primary, only one J taroua lh amending or our sta- ballot ran be cast. Frozen depths . duction. Taxpayer Gives Held On Tuesday. 1941 con- Killing the large rxhibil hall of Hie Broadmoor IIoel at Colored-- , Sprlncs during the week nr September 16th will be an estimated half a million dollars worth of tlr newest in metal mine equipment-resemble- d from all part of the country fur Inspection of some 2,U0il mine operators who are expected to lie on hand for the 7th Annual Metal Mining Convention and Exposition of the Amerlrun Mining Congress. A total of over 75 exhibitors are planning displays of machinery and supplies designed to reduce costs and Inrrease safety In metal mine srd mill operations. . Ranging from huge loading and haulage equipment to the smallest of bearings, mine operators will find everything demanded for modern day mechanized pro- Xiiinlior 4.J Primary Election Will Be AMAZE A MBYINUTE SCIENTIFACTS ARNOLD Municipal League Meeting Held In Logan. Leasing Problem Not Solved. aa NTY. UTAH, THURSDAY. AUGUST 2i. 1940. RIIKRKA. JUAB t'OII Ne c,u - CAROLINA GUNSMITH similar declaration, Cong ten made Labor Day a legal holiday on June 28, 1894, and It I now observed In ali province of the United Slates and some other rou.'i-trle- a. There will lie no l.ahor Day celebration In Eureka (his yer. In fart II has been some lime since the day was observed here. Ilowevir. received lute last week Is to dpr if, prm.n, plaI1 cf lhe s the e'fect lit. t Austin liciw.nr.l. for- afnua will be held In mer Eureka rec dent. Is uvaln in S.. cIlii-of the s'ale from year eiit Lukes IK- - iltul renlvln ,p yeAr and Tllllf uM;r'Pt Miners of acrl- lor h linikui leg, iln- ,alld jOBr ,u dently falling fr un a ih.ilr. no far distant future. Several years ago. while a re.o. dent of Eureka and i.n cm pin;-"iMr. and Mrs. It. L. Gorrty an-.the Ka?l and Blue Bell nit: e. : l Howard suffered a badly ton, attended the outing at Como leg when a spike protrudliu from Sprlncs lust week fur enipiovets or til - tin- - Utah Fire t'b.y company. Th.y a limber was driven tliroucli i Lone. He wa In Ibe llolv Uro.-- t report having a had a pleasant tlrn n yet r and then In HI. Luke's ln Hun end that the pnirmwu an Inter-- I rat.cisco for an nddlt'oiml 4 yeara . rtinz one. It. L. Didnt te'l us so before he was able to walk on the but we have since learned Ihit he At work on tho stock of I moua- leg. It Is the siime leg lhat I again failed to land a single prize In the lain n:hU-l!coaand aquirrel riBo la Milas Messer, he event are friend Local fractured. entered, nmny N. C., on of tha last over what the result might be. through sympsthy company of fid is or f.UIT make a to him bag sugar . 14a hospital have a Fsvo London smiths. Milas and his brother, j)ni a Vntented employee, vin, both over 70, still turn out mua- Sg,300; dally expendture of one-hathat compart favorably of this amount I for accuracy with tho precision from pallnnts' payments built modem rlflo, apd Inveatntants. Fenner Earekan Is Again Seriously Injured. ZJZ7 while Vr Indication every ndvnnre points to the finest exhibit of state product ever assembled for public display. Entertainment fur lha folks who come to the fair this year ia being made the outstanding qtialifb-alinfor programmed events arranged by lb Utch Stnle Fuir Association. Tho fair management I determined to no stone uni urm-- in efforts to provide hit rarl ions that, will leave every visitor the feeling that hi admission f.e has been relumed matt) fold In things seen at tho fair. rd no ohsi-rvancc- s wi M M-- l ru-dii- f-- . - - " , . Maybe it was the heat . - r bul whatever r a used it, this horse Jut couldnt resist the watera of New York's Kant river so ever he went, from one of the city's plera. Tolire, Bremen, department of sanitation men, men from the Society fo( Prevention of Cruelly to Animals and numerous volunteer! had to before Dobbin wae brought to abort. Zion-Bryc- e tn-im- r-- uli - AW New Head For National Parks. c T' r laul R. Franke assumed Ms dulas superintendent of 7.lon and Bryre National Parka and ssmicinlcd Putln-ia- l monuments In thu state of I tah on August 16th after a years assignment as superintendent of the l- Mes Verde National Turk. Pupt. Franke expressed pleasure end etiihusissm In returning In Ihe Utah area which he aupervled for a short time in 1939, and ho plan an Inapt cilon tour of them In the near rulur Mri Frsnke and their three drpll arrjVPd l Bureau him to a(, Iark. -- V. n make ihclr H Interior ' lf rll 36 lo 239 for fire or aii'omiv bilo tnauranco. C. E. Rif.