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DEVOTED TO THE QBEAT TDmo MDflNO DISTRICT HOUE OP THE WORLD'S LAEOEST E1TBEKA. JUAB COO NTT. UTAH. THURSDAY. GOVERNMENT MAY Kl'FERVIKK COFFER MARKETING. the walling became the copper Induetry a member met laal week with officials of the office of production r ayement, according to the New York metal report. Marketers expected full govern- -' ment control and supervision or foreign and domestic distribution by the end of July. One price, 12 rent a pound, also was felt to be Union Deserves Praise For Work They Are Doing.. Attvnt n Watchful by-wo- rd In V Tlntlr 1M I man-offe- of wu Rr Jajr ' .UI.YIII.UU1. AMAZE A MSYINUTE SCIENTIFACTS j BONES SILVER-LEA- D DIalirct Miner Union No. to be commended for their and Hucceaa In putting over a ef-foi- program which 1 nut only for thej Harry 8. Joseph, prominent Utah benefit of Union member but for all s nd Tlntlc mine operator, gave the of the thousand of people who llveju. 8. Bureau of Mines a rasping the board of DIs- in the territory embracing the Union other day with the following Item hr lh executive of Union a 2, International which appeared in the Salt Lake Membership lines. Smelter Workers, fol- jjUl The reference la o the purrhaae Tribune: with the metal of a rexuscltator which la now ready. spoliation The Great American FroepertorH In the offing. fur uae In the Tlntic District, and Association, of which the writer I which was referred July market procedure, pending fur the further announcement that the titular head, makes rtropovl Inquiry thru for a state wide official announcement, was set to another will 00 n be Inatalled In the your columns, what la the utility of M local unions a at discussed 20 was arlde per cent of refined pru-IViysou llusplul for uae in the other the United 8iates Bureau of Mine, mterday. end of the Union area. And laal but located on the hill between ths Unl-nmeeting of the executive ducllon in the emergency pool fori defense needs, least a third la contemplated to versify of Utah experiment atatlon ,t gait Lake. for- was Eureka ot Peacetime use of the red metal be used at large. Poor light, as driving at Edward and Fort Douglas? It will be noted nm would be drastically reduced since NIGHT OR WORKING WITH INSUFFICIENT Nothing the Union liaa ever done that 1 describe the location definite-compar- e ilb Installed as secretary president -. ovand presided even closely with this fur ly so that the BB.B per cent of our 1,480.000 tons were estimated as lk organisation, ILLUMINATION, CAUSES THE MUSCLES TO inquired for defense purposes hy MUCH MORE LIGHT IS BECOME TENSE generosity good will. people unaware heretofore msy be lM discussion. 3, Increase whereas supply wa cal-Through diligence on the part of able to find It. With a magnificent NEEDED TUAN THE AVERAGE PERSON THINKS gKotiallops lor the wage a culated at about 1,(50,000 tons. i.fficera and member the Union la building, fitted out with expensive IS NECESSARY. July 2nd after more than now in good condition Washington reports said nego- -' morally, fl- - equipment, all at a coat of over a of debate. The final eornpro , i varand the to reGallons Mexico continued with half million dollars, It alia there with nanclolly progressively. tskasheen explained o a multitude of employees and of no metals1 union or of Tlntlc needed Eureka garding acquisition local. S material benefit to those prospectors bm heard thla mesnage on Tues and commodities. Lead was believed; .who have been combing our moun-- ! to he one of the metal most re- r ilternoon. Ulna for atrateglc minerals 0 sorely tTorken have either accepted or quired. ' needed now for national defenae. June secret ballot. was estimated offer the consumption by Ittd In pat yeurs there have been aj Continual complaints have come not been made at about 50,000 Iona and would 1 total has as yet lot of July Fourths when EurekaV to ua from all over Utah of the In- Prehistoric have been If more the metal were' iMIc. population waa away down but nev- - action of the bureau and Its lack of WEATHER- available. Iha Edwards, the new president-ntlarer in history was there such a spec- - attention to tho needs of ths mining Zinc was O. of still rationed at 7.25 succeeds R. Bunting By studying facie of abaency as that of laat Frl-- i fraternity for whose particular bene-lacents a pound. East St. Louis. Less than one It Lake, who was not n candidate and In fact for the whole week ; fit It waa created. It la high time of preserved pollen National defense needs have HOME ACCIDENT in IOO OCr ind. It la doubtful If a doxen that the secretary of the Interior, ancient TREES, the climate of Tintlc Miners Union been estimated as taking betweeu A member CURS from bathtubs. Stairs, FOR THE LAST 25,000 YEARS of who exercise control over the buryoungster and a like amount 80 k0 cent and steel of Edwards Mr. per 151, of Eureka. capacity BURNS AND SLIPPERv adults could have been counted at eau of minea, waa looking Into the ladoers, DETERMINED. BEING IS ii eat over two other candidates, and aome quarters thought the July ne time on Main street on Inde- matter herein complained of, floors are most dangerous. and RU Syndirait.-W- Kl' Svrvic. orris Anderson of Lark and W. K. Fourth holiday would reduce opera-- j will the then then and Day. pendence maybe only Ilona by about 5 per cent. The reason for this waa nu doubt prospectors' wants he granted. if of Bingham. l'late makers are confused be- Mil rift No. 2, International Union 'ue to the fact that thne waa no deliveries for) Xlae, Mill and Smelter Workers, cause of conflicting telebraiiun here, that moat of the Dale Montegue Injured In of defense. Shipsprites some 5000 workers in the virloui phaaee Mine were on vacation for a full Mine Accident Monday. yards are receiving rush delivery. gal mining Industry of Utah, week, and naturally the realdenta was The to government expected caderthn agreement approved by went plare where celebrations were Dale Montegue was seriously Inthe take over deliveries of pig iron 1 Union executive committee held. on Monday In an accident will jured scale for: 11.70 call ahortly. o sage while working on the 500 level of The scrap situation remained rihlft for miners, 10.20 for muck-- 1 sewer WORK PROGRESSING Ihe Tlntlc 8tandard mine. tight, with definite shortage noted ud 15.05 for topmen. The new Engineering I'liiummsinn. SPLENDID MANNER. One of the ore cars got loose on o In some district. auccesMora to the state road eoniinis- o alon. have taken up their duties at Work on the storm sewer la still the tracks and before Montegue go aura boom predicted waa hit, the result the Hate rapltol and have already imgreaslng In a satisfactory manner out of the way he Drive For Aluminum Now a compound fracture of the leg BTERX STATES. being will be a function. within while to abort ind begun lacUnder Way In Utah. The commissioned members are: otnp!etd to a point directly north below the knee and bruises and erations. Commenting on a statement that 'John Evan of Lehl. chairman; Lay- (,f ihe post office building He was attended by Dr. Stewart 1 salt was due for a mining boom Thu work I being done by the P Tom McCoy, secretary of the Muton Mnxfield of Delta, and lister A. and then sent to a Salt Lake hospital. Silt Lake Tribune carried the nicipal Leage of Utah, has beeu u&m- -. Mr. VA and I of a very fine degree. Ii Black ner of Salt Lake City. Mr. Montegue waa a prominent Itoviag very fine editorial In an ed executive director of the state- -' member u Is ihe Clackner pennant. football player with ths U of U, but rip week edition: In recent year the storm sewer wide aluminum drive to be conduct- - o the commission. ,f r no ,,ke,3r bta l,Ujrn Predictions of Increased mining ed from The commission faces a irenien- - .aa received servel appropriations July 21st to 27th, to obtain Wire Tapping IgMaiion 'over. I I'Jiiiy In the west, such aa made rea- metal for the national defense hii-out tbi but have been spent dou task in ii work of carrying pro- Defeated By House - A lly by George W. Malone, prom- gram. firm mie that lias been worth a vote of 154 to 14( the IIhum- - r injects now under way. and Djthe By at Nevada engineer and apeclal Poisoner 1 bile. the improveuow defeated legislation to authorize Dcg A staff of non-pal- d worker Working planning other inreesury tualianl of the senate on strategic u aet up to direct the drive In Department of Justice to tap tel- - meuH and const ruction on the stra-- j In Area. Summit being Kill, are bound to strike a wel-s- e and phone and telegraph wire in order ttgic highway of the state as well . g,M CREATES PRIORITIES o cooperation with municipal aoie la the eager ears of this the state. officers thruout lulU'E. to obtain evidence In espionage. ab- - ,.s (ie improvement of those roads oi. county According to realdenta on the urmoualalu region. The existence It Is reported that already nearly otage, kidnapping umi extortion ,jiai are more local in character. In Summit there la someone that nrc and valuable alloy metala In 3000 y plann-readreTI, federal government Is Creatlon of a priorities compli- vicinity who has taken a dislike to pounds of aluminum has al- - cases. The Wire Tapping Bill wa vest Is not newa to readers. pro-Clt- y ance section In the office of prnduc dogs and la polaoalng them at quite been collected in Salt Lake quested by the Attorney General. ir,K a va- -t road Improvement it It required the threat of war intro- the for first was bill approprlameasure and othtlon management, to enforme coop- a rate of speed. of In dozens the When that and During tho past (tram alone, tripled commerce to turn the eyes er communities the old worn out potz dured. any cabinet officer would i j0n of the necessary funds are al- eration by Industry with the priori- month no less than six dogs have the rest of the nation on thla I tah will ties part and pana are coming in at a fast clip, have had the authority to permit ready before congress. program and penalize violators him poisoned. Iht United Staten In search for vl-- il as a con- - h court action If necessary, was au- laiter in this In car. Boms of Ihe canines which have Improvement aid la felony to wire tapping The purpose of the drive flar,i defease materials. east and , 0Ullred the other day by Friorltles met this fate have been valuable Utah and her this nation's defense program hy It was suggested that the authority nrciing link between the dkiboriag states provide a vast mnsi. Work must be rushed Director E. R. Stettlnlua, Jr. all of this strategic metal be limited only to the Attoirey Gen- hunting dogs, whlla others were ttehouie of Important metala, such securing crltlalso instances of hoarding" strategic pets. Nevertheless the owners eial. Fresldenl Roosevelt during the construction season sh available he a loss and the person responsutlmoay, chrome, manganese and bootlegging" materials niou,aiii rod building in the winter mel,u or Tlntic people are not only asked died the original bill and said and an liupnwibillty. Wen, and government efforts bul went too far. ible be prosecuted If located. bill should MIm. practically the felt that the home look to over, the urged to name r -- OR be mads for extraction be limited a commission expects of the p The that power meta1 suggested ysrd, etc., and gather up this wa metala from native ores, ami head the now future who L. in the .isiii(M-Martin, niar and splouage IN TINTIO KEKF tUy j which I so much wanted hy the gov- to kllnapplng MtMQlTTOKH ft war In Europe and tbe de- - eminent. mcreed Ezra I'. Knowlton who hae inventory control section of OFM. VALLEY FHOFLK AWAY. sabotage cases. . program In the U. S. have a o signed to ennr ill service of the a :atrr significance to tbe went than Commodity Credit Corporation' waa government. a time when Tlntlc There Association Press Utah hi another mining Authority Extended H. 8. Kerr, senior enainier of th boom." No ' EUREKA ELKS WILL ATTEND were reluctant In going to people I Ursa aay what kind of world will NATIONAL CONVENTION. The White House received fromniion. Is mi in a chief engineer; Will Hold UUting. he valley because they did not care ergs from the social and economic c the Senate a hill to extend the Com- un,j the new appointment ' made. o to be eaten up hy mosquitoes, but lhof summer Tno annual outing ndsaiona of the present confllct.l Tlntlc Lodge No. 711. B. F. O. E.. modity Credit Corporations author-- j for the first time In the retah Press Association will be held verse Is the condition. history more years. This measure np su'omo-'- l bo matter who wlna, t all 3t . n ,4, the will be well reepresented at the na- - py tor Valley people I Puffer' al and 13th :,,rEniJ 12th kr Hang July 11th. convention to be held in Phil- - called for an extension of five tear who have visited here declare that mineral arena of the lie nsuvsttc. Beaver. of east 25 miles House. Lake. the liter era will be rloned by there are more mosquitoes than Fa., starting this week end. a originally passed to Amerl-'adelphlBusiness sessions will he held ou wera ever seen at one this pwr In the time exploiters and buyera and the-- ' Stanley B. Wilson, past exalted hut the Senate reduced and 12th Uth settlements. Hied States will be T Taylor of Colorado, the the mornings of July .rH thrown back ruler of the lodge and a prominent to two years. ce- l- and the remainder of Ihe time will and ,c Hi own Act. the will uboWnd go Tbe above Is literally true. Never la the resources worker in in organisation, of Ihe Ac: be de voted to recreation. U this In history have there been so many biating erent, the weal would as- - to the national event hy plane. He Kxemp.e.l Vm Civic rluba of Beaver are cooper a most of these Inserts. In fart thla la the , h mhti'h hear his name Most of the; Important role In the ha taken several long air rides and of the Freaa at- - sting with oft leer Congress 'Hobi Industrial and economic aya- - is fond of this sort of transportation lcal boards were 'ru'7 first time In history that Tintlc has .legation w,slrn the make In an effort to What might appear today aa been, so Infested with these pests. Another past exaller ruler who Is Ben with d gathering a huge success. There la no explanation for It, but and perhaps ephemeral In- - also a hard worker for the order whoNhIIkimI of hir h ,upp(irt th,y may .nt . B. Alternevertheless they are here. projecu would become part will be In attendance, is 8. rolributlon k.fme Fniarani - o HIT, OR MAN? l Tof alien for metal mine ( Sun-- J Utah waa accepted I Bad light tense ot mld-194- - y, New Board Takes WASHINGTON Over Road Work. - (- for . f-: - snf-ger- ,,ei ed r ; - to pre-'tlon- al I a. ii " irrM jry - Five Luxuries Bring In Large Sum To Utah. O Torpedoed Ship Makes' Port and nary course of human affairs training. not to evade army dire.- In a memorandum to Smle hear.jiiiirteis Service tors Selective said' that the administrative ma blnl erv waa being unduly burdened men ttle growing number of married the Armv on seeking discharge from dependency grounds. Work On IVwgo Ships Use Ahead Of iviro Work on 312 emergency nine in ways ship on the the Atlantic. Gulf and abend to ninety day Coasts l ip only Originally, of schedule. ncx. was scheduled for delivery I expected December, hut now It In ready for will ten least at that of the year operation by the end delays, the unforseeu any Barring keel UyintfR. of achedule entire launches and dellverlca throughouta ill be greatly accelerated compared with the original plans Anniversary Of Tailor Grazing ltn siy on-ch- Con.rer i p... new The re expected. the lar- Clnclnaiti. In Wright plant building In slor) sjIR,H lih engine plant "f lirMi ,nK and Ford. Stud-bak.- r ,.arkllH. mIiiiuM shortly swing Into pranUv, cur and foundry ,ur,I(lll. American day. lank Itshl ten niakliiK js three mediuout will turn Chrystler fink daily in another m-sized At the end of tox two months. have 5o0 new an. I shall e month sucres is re- lrfrf( Inun,thnymillsr other defense pmp,.rted ducllon lines In a veur airplam production has rale been trebled. Yet. the preseul . b, manufacture f ,irpUnt. of 141. end the at ilH.ln 4nubW In nnk )ur fi00 p..r cent Jump Our out; ,,e quadrupled.. f niu, ,n PM,olve puwdet m- tripled Hacblne gun proln cent per 4U up ducU(lll December. Wjy ,H0. By 2. P reached have to ought Utahns spent an estimated laat year on five principal types of luxuries, from which the slate derived I.S per rent or !,303,-00of Ha revenues, according to a United States census bureau compilation which was recenjly Issued. Utahs bill for the five big luxui-le- a liquor, tobacco, amusements, soft drinks and chewing gum. toilet preparations and beauty parlors tepresented a share of the 17,500,-000,00- 0 that the National Education Association estimate Is spent anna-rll- y by all Americana for the types of luxuries. o f,M.orrts - il cnt. These gigantic Incn aM of our future. guarani S " ar ,h y . Something should b don to modernize the Hop Creek plrnlc area, 'almost every evening thers ars pic-- nickers there end on off days' dozen are there. Conveniences should he Installed at once due to the popu-arlt- y of the place. " , Z"it crash helmet. this could well rommgnder gBk be mistaken for an Inquiring Insect. the terrain, from ths surveying . at Fort Banning, nrcn.r.tury le I.uachlng a nU I o Late laat Thursday afternoon Ihe Eureka Fire Department answered a fire alarm and duo to prompt action. and the assistance of nearby nelgh- bor extinguished a fire In the home 4 A. K.