THE BEE HIVE STATE U. T. Jones of Cedar City, state senator, lias filed an application with the state engineer for the privilege of Storing ID.iKiO acre feet of water in Duck lake, Kane county, and for permission per-mission to divert it by means of a tunnel tun-nel and canal about eight miles long to Coal creek, where it will he used In the irrigation of 70SO acres of land. The harvesting of the peach crop at North Ogden has begun. The continued con-tinued dry weather and excessive heat is taxing the orchards to the utmost to carry the burden of fruit now ripening. rip-ening. It is said that the quality, as well as the quantity, is equal to that, of former seasons The body of F. C. Rinohart, formerly for-merly auditor of the Salt Lake office of the General Electric company, was found one day last week tossing on the waves of Lake Michigan. His absence had not been discovered by his friends. It is believed he was accidentally ac-cidentally drowned. Purente and employers of children of school age are being informed of the workings of the new laws governing the schools which were enacted by the thirteenth legislature. The information informa-tion is being imparted in a circular letter let-ter which is being sent to all interested. inter-ested. L. M. Fox, livestock man of Ogden, has been selected as the chairman of the Ogden Wild West show which is to be held at Uie Lorin Farr baseball park, September 25, 2lj and 27. The committee will raise !20.000 for the event, it was announced. Miss Zina Allen, the Salt Lake school teacher who died from Spanish Influenza contracted while helping the sick during the epidemic last fall, is given special and honorable" mention in a resolution passed by the Stilt Lake County Medical society. By way of hanging up a mark at which to shoot, the representatives of the Davis county farm bureau have gone on record that they propose to pul Davis county in the front ranks of the state in the raising of hogs. With a gathering of 200 or more sheep raisers and buyers from till parts of the country as an audience, tho fourth annual rani sale of the National Na-tional Woolgrowers' association was held at Stilt Lake last week. A protest concerning the alleged mistreatment mis-treatment of the Koreans under Japanese Jap-anese rule was' addressed to President Wilson by members of the Intermoun-tain Intermoun-tain Christian Workers' institute, in conference at Salt Lake. More than 200 members of the Davis county farm bureau, in fifty automobiles, automo-biles, peaceably invaded Salt Lake City and Salt Lake county one day last week on an excursion of inspection inspec-tion and investigation. Proclamation for the calling of a special session of Utah's stale legislature legis-lature for September 29 will be issued within the next few days, according to nu announcement made by Governor Gover-nor Bamberger. Approximately $SO0 is available at the Utah Agricultural college to help deserving students, it is announced by Secretary John L. Cohurn of Hie college committee of scholarships and awards. Of the forty-five boys who left Coalville Coal-ville to enter the war all have returned but two. One paid the supremo sacrifice sacri-fice and his body lies in France and the other is expected homo within two months. A Logan judge fined William l'ank-hc.'til l'ank-hc.'til and Robert Larcliman of Wells-ville Wells-ville .fl.j each for killing prairie chickens. chick-ens. Jacob Krouse of Providence was fined ?ot) for taking trout witli a dip net. The Utah Postmasters' association and the slate contingent of the National Na-tional League of Third and Fourth Class Postmasters held a combined convent ion at Lagoon on Monday. Twenty-three former service men were honored guests of the people of Clearfield at one of the most largely attended enlerlainments and banquets ever given in that little city. County committees to aid in Hie Mormon Mor-mon battalion monument campaign will be organized immediately throughout through-out Utah. Seven persons will constitute consti-tute each county committee. Means for enforcing Hie twelvemonth twelve-month education law passed by the last legislature are being perfected by Francis W. Kirkman, director of vocational vo-cational education. The demurrer filed by the five Ogden Og-den chiropractors to the complaint of the state board of medical examiners Was sustained in the district court. Notwithstanding the high cost of living liv-ing and the high price of materials, considerable building and improvement work is going on at llyrum. Twenly buildings were destroyed and a total loss of $50,000 entailed in a fire which occurred in the Highland Boy section of Bingham. The Cache county fair opens Seplem-Der Seplem-Der 2.'i and to encourage producers cash premiums for live stock have been doubled. The activities of the Utah Water Storage association, recently formed by representatives appointed by the county commissioners of Salt. Lake, Davis, Weber, Utah, Wasatch, Tooele, , Summit and Morgan counties, will he extended to Hie entire state. Typhoid fever season i.s just coining on in Utah. The state hoard of health announces that typhoid vaccine Is furnished fur-nished free by the hoaid. With the opening of the automobile road up Cedar canyon in southern Utah, 20,000,000 feet of lumber will ha c-M n iioibte .