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THE HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1922. THE DAILY HERALD CHATS WITH Published by The Herald Company. AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY. EVERY WEEK-DA- your t Entered as second class mail matter June 5, 1911, at tbe postofflce, I Hovo, Utah, under the Act of March 3, 189. "1 'eras of Subscription: Delivered by carrier, 30 cents a month; by I rite li In Utah county, 3 a year: outside the county, 'J.50 a year. h ; SPAHISH FORK IS HEBE R TAKES IIIO People speak of their public utilities (their gas, OVER 2200 sf CIRCULATION electric light, street railMr Herald nresumes to advise, or way and telephone It i. isn't Aloften that The . ffl C .AtmAMAii.. r. f rt,r r as "they," and of l I . : ' v Tr i i I ; ii excepunir ij oo iius mimic m an oucinFi'i the me nwho work for them i iNever aoes ine ner&ia to boost home industry. We did it when we suggested the as "those men." Why not because we , "purchase of Utah Valley Gas & Coke stock, say "we," a friendly little it to be a good investment, and, more, because we be- -: word would serve to bring i lieved that investment in a Utah county corporation meant ' us all closer together! Utah county expansion and a resultant benefit to every resi And why shouldn't (t be dent within the countv. and "we?" Because whethb we Now the Utah Power & Liriit company, a time-trie- d are stocknoiders or not, we Utah corporation, offers more of its stock for ,'' are part owners of these f BUYING HOME STOCKS. I - A corn-pane- a. rr-- The Payson .baseball team was defeated here Friday by the Spanish Fork crew, the score being 10 to 7. The game, although it seems to fafor tbe winners by quite a margin, was nevertheless rather close and at times quite exciting. I Spanish Fork took a lead early in the game, making six runs in the first three innings, while Payson made but three. The victors scored one in tbe fourth, one in the seventh and two in the last frame. Payson scored but one In the fourth, one in tbe eighth and two in tbe ninth. I The feature of the game was a triple play, engineered by Roe, Thomas and Edwards in the third inning. Kapple and Douglas of Spanish Fork had got on on an error and a bit respectively. Sherril stepped up and landed out a hot liner to Roe on third. Roe, after snachlng the liner, threw Kapi'.e d out at second and Thomas on relayed the ball to first, where Douglas was returning to tbe base. PAYSO.V, June 5 ed well-test- ed "ate. necessary public servants, through the investments of trust companies, banks and Insurance companies. Yet how few of us think of this! Not one citizen out of hundred realises that in one form or anothen his actual savings and insurance and his wife's and children's welfare depend upon the prosperity and continued operation of the public utilities! It is our belief that this is another good investment, as much safer than the safe as any publia utilities stock, and U Tl.-t Ai uwv - nui, r average stock ottering maae tne puduc. cut 1L.A wj we urare this stock for your consideration, we relieve me larger investment in this corporation means its expansioni throughout this countv and state: it means a larger expendiyture of money in this state; it spells a growing power in-c crease whicn must prove Denenciai 10 ouier ihuubwico. u r Already the stock of this corporation is held by shrewd : investors in 43 states; already many Utah county persons u own stock, and the more Utah rower & ugni siocicnoiaers in I Utah county the more of the corporation's profits will be No need for sentiment i divided among the people of this county, and the greater the here. The question is one a ii1 influence of Utah county in the company s council. of of direct savdollars our and FARMERS. cents, THE TO I $127,000,000 SPANISH FORK. AB. R. H. O. A. Unless the railroads block the order of the Interstate ings So that when we see 6 2 2 2 Anderson, rf I Commerce commission reducing freight rates 10 per cent, by to it that our public utili1 2 2 Edwards, lb Afl n MAiiifo Iia ioHiitinn vim.. m i 'i j ....... j.i in wic tuunoi vuu,hvi 4 2 2 5 up mic 1mailer Rowe, 3b in are a ties ri lying kept healthy Va ' a, inn nrn mnninr fn 5 1 2 6 Thomas, 2b nl rrn. v.:...n v, 4 2 3 5 nafa,l tR5 flftrt 000 na a result nf the condition, we are doing the C. Bowen, c 5 D. Bowen, If 0 1 3 in most natural for the commodities on granted reduction thing agricultural temporary 5 1 i 2 Hayes, cf a temporary period of six months as a result of the American world we are merely pro- L. 5 1 2 2 Bowen, as was (J Farm Bureau federation protest. Another $39,000,000 5 0 0 0 our own money. Ferguson, p tecting made in the Western 0 0 0 0 Keough, p i saved to the shippers in the reduction ' 0 0 0 0 Miller show that since the reductions Other case. Hay and Grain l farmer pays 55 per cent of the freight he will in all get the Utah Valley Gas & 45 10 17 27 Totals benefit of $220,000,000, and as 93 millions have already been PAYSON. Coe Company AB. R. H. O. '! saved there would be a balance of $127,000,000 to the credit 4 4 2 9 lb Belknap, of the farmer. This is a splendid justification for the work Provo, Utah. 6 0 211 c adMcBeth, of its demonstration a is clear i of the farm bureau. It 5 ' 0 Crump, rf soil. 5 0 vantage to every tiller of the Kitchen, ss will accept 3 0 it ZZL IWignall, cf It remains to be seen whether the railroads . .5 0 Hickman, If the decision. Naturally they will squeaK, ana maite aouistilla 4 1 'Kapple, 2b that is however, The fact, on plain case paper. telling 4 1 Eouglas, 3b before be must through passed 5 1 p greater levelling process Slierril, been has equity is established. The business of the country the pre-te41 7 12 27 9 Totals jj hurt immeasurably and the public badlynoinjured by to : Score by innings: and it needs prove argument have we name is the ill Spanish Fork .... 222 100 10210 ? that business readjustment has been held back persistently given our kodak man, be- ;:: Payson 7 120 100 012 Lf If the railroads are wise cause his name is Van j Errors w the hrrlPn of freight charges. commission Summary: Belknap, conwithout and being a real kodak ::! crump, b they will accept the findinp of the ignaii, ltougias, anerrn, Edwards, Rowe, Thomas, L. Bowen expert, we have named test. It is time the farmers came into a little of their own. 3. hits ! r . m 1 MM 1 1 ' sec-oi.- self-intere- st; 1 1 u -- i i ' Koda Van s. .' j Two-bas- e him rapping Jones Logan won by hard in the eighth inning when the 9 JUMPER LOSES ANOTHER 1 runs and Koda Van Jumping LOGAN, June Smithfield now is thinking about Jones, who deserted the Provo base- turning Jones back to Ogden. -uen ball team- - after accepting the club's hospitality all winter, lost the game for Smithfield here Saturday. Jones, who was loaned to Smith-fielby Ogden, was hit for 13 safe ones, including doubles and triples. d ::! Provo Electric & Hdw. Co., Kodak Dept. Locusts are eating on green things in Russia. We don't know what is eating on tho Reds. Sometimes this is tbe land of the free and tbe home of the easy. 62 ii Hi ;:i West Center St. Hi HlUsHIH:! OlcBeth, Kitchen, 5. RECORD filfiT A Hiatt'f When Eagles got through with tbe Spring- ville baseball team Friday after- noon here the Steelmen looked like the last rose of summer. Heber started off with a two-ru- n leal, and kept adding to it as tin game went After tbe second inning, with the Eagles six runs to tbe good, there never was any doubt The final score was 12 to 0. Fraughton, the Heber landed on the sphere for two home runs. He also sacrificed, stole a base, and featured in a double play. Yes, it was a busy afternoon for Mr. Fraughton. Lefty Murdock did the twirling for Heber, and as per usual, did it well, if anything a bit better than is bis custom. He had Springville batters slapping the atmosphere most of the time. All Lefty did was to (an 14 of the Springville sluggers. Shorty Murdock and Stanley each got two safe hits. Giles, without getting a safe hit, scored four times in three times at bat Frederickson and Flelger tried to hold tbe Heber hitters in check, with poor success. The score: Three-bas- e afietterIYice-K- .9 first-sacke- AB. R. H. O. .A. 18 n. r, Me: sp9mc tx4t on ON vov'u you 12 i Hill-willo- ( st , Two-base- three-bagge- AB. R. H. Tin Co. A ii United States Tiros United States Fat to Rubber Company HuOUtwoiVmntt Rubhr Orvanuatwn in iki WrU Tim JhiWfW mnd V 2 Smuin 1 33 Bateman Steadman Rasniussen Stauffer Schmitt Wallbeck Olsen 3 2 Can Buy U.S.Tires: 1 1 II II I J 111 L I J I , 6 6 6 6 SPANISH FORK MOTOR CO. Spanish Fork, Utah. BENJAMIN GARAGE Benjamin, Utah. 1 0 3 0 5 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 Peterson 1 Totals Score by innings: Lehi Midvale 30 1 1 0 8 13 27 7 k 6. Brigham Smithfield UTAH LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. 5 1 5 0 II ICE TEA We have just received a fresh shipment of the fa-illmour blend we were selling you a yer ago. Remember? Ijilt makes you thirsty to think about it. Although the iilprice of tea has advanced considerable the past year, we jjjare still selling the old favorite at the old price 175 PER LR, 2 LBS. FOR $1 .45 WITH COUPONS WE AWAIT YOUR DECISION. II Si 833 833 833 000 Yesterday's Gams. At Ogden Ogden 3, Br'gham 2. to ALL over the country JLiL. today men are talking about the service Fisk Tires give. Just look the tires over if you want to know why. Compare for Quality and Price. There's a Fish Tire of extra value in every size, for car, truck or speed u.agon f I a Sutton Tea & China Company j 16 W. Center St. iiiPhone 184. ASK FOR YOUR COUPONS . I " ' ssasa 70 36 35 2o 20 Sugar Loin Steak, lb 25 Round Steak, lb 23 Steak, lb 26 Shoulder Steak, lb.... 19 Pot Roasts, lb 18 Re-ttra- ? p 1 WE DELIVER . ill Comb Honey, 2 for Loose Cocoanut, lb Pork Sausage and Hamburger, 2 lbs. for Sirloin and Steak, lb Veal Chops, lb. OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT Tim i Hi ne 0 2 0 I We will also give you directions for making it. This also makes a splendid coffee for your inorning meal, 1 30 n VII WWW 1 100 020 0104 010 023 20x 8 5 SI WEDNESDAY MORNING SALES Summary: Errors Schmitt. Wall-bechits 2, Steadman. Two-bas- e Bateman, Steadman 2. Peterson. Stolen bases Barnes, Colledge. Hits Off Thrasher. Wallback. Brown 6, off Jackson 9, off Wilson 4. Hases on balls orr Brown 2, off Jackson 1. off Wilson 2. Stmck out By Brown 5. vv aJckson 1. Sacrifice flies Steadman, Olson. Stauffer. Hit by pitchers Jackson 2, Brown 1. Wild pitches 2.. AtPeterUrn pires tendance 300. son. Left on bases Midvale 8, Ogden Brighatn UHDER THE ne 3 1 for the M. I. A The line-u-p league team of Lakeview Is as follows: Karl Taylor, shortstop; George Glade, first case; Spencer Frank Taylor, Madsen, catcher; captain, ' second base; Charles Lewis and Golden Taylor, pitchers; Vernon Nuttall, third base; Preston Glade, center field; Lamar Scott, left field; Lavard Shaw, right field. The lineup for the Vineyard team is Jole Madsen, catcher; Burton Scott, shortstop; Ralph Handler and Jay Wilkinson, pitchers; Edmund Spaulding, first base; Arvll Stone,- second base; Taylor Allen, third base; Wallace "Clegg, left field; Earl Sorensen, center fielder; Roy Allen, right fielder, and Owen Harding, inflelder. Murray Murdock will manaw . the Vineyard team. Vineyard will play their first game with Sharon at Vineyard, Tuesday, June 6, and at Lakeview Thursday, June 8. iberved hot. AB. R. H O. .A. 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 0 0 5 2 1 0 2 5 3 3 7 0 Page, ss Schatz, 3b Sutherland. 2b Wilson. If, lb LtO L p blend 3 0 6 21 14 4 1 4 1 I I 4 PROVO. II 11.11 aV, Iced Coffee ! Never heard of it! Then you surely have missed something. During this week we are selling ilia special prepared blend for making this delicious summer jjjbeverage. 45 THE LB, 2 LBS. FOR 85 WITH COUPONS t 46 12 17 Totals Batted for Birk in ninth. n mx w v 1 ! 10 lbs. 1 Brown Cushman NORTHERN Where You 2 1 0 1 1 0 11 1 3 3 4 Howard Lehi TEULURIOE MOTOR CO. A. B. WOR8LEY CO. Provo, Utah. SPRINGVILLE GARAGE & STORAGE CO. Springville, Utah. 3 I IL MIDVALE. C5 .charaed7 1922 3 J I rr uve to se irveve. AB. R. H. O. .A. MiWtirJhrA S. 1 2 OF Ii 3 Jackson Totals ll2JEOrasF. 1 4 4 4 4 Anderson Colledge State tins Copyright 3 A. Atwood feed Tins U. H. Atwood Webb Thrasher With thousands of $10.90 "Uscos" run, ning today, every locality has had a chance to check up on the surprising tire value. an these Usco lires now serving their owners so well re mind you of this Whatever the price of 'Usco," it has jeot to de- liver big value because it has always done so. United 4 4 Barnes i--er ri Colledge vi SfMNtt 1 a II U I II Waln-wrigh- LEHI. poe ii iiXI t- rVkM Ma 0 si4J A Tfi- T. neTer the la8t man " out- - That fact w" strongly impressed on the fans Fri-oday afternoon at Timp park. Until the end of the sixth inning every Provo fan was sure that the Tlmps would win one more game, at one lead. At time having; a five-poithe end of the sixth, however, the Cave fans felt secure that their ag You gregation would come out on top, but doubted that feeling in the MO I'Ct SPRIWG. ninth when fence buster Wilson ill shattered their hope by lifting the sphere over the battery barn, bring ing In two ahead of him, and tying tbe score. It was some game, even though American Fork led by two tallies after the smoke had all cleared away. The score was 12 to 10. The feature of the game was the hitting of Durrant and Wilson. The heavy set American Fork marshal garnered three singles and a homer with six times at bat. Tbe home run came in the seventh when he boosted the ball way high over The Herald sign, bringing Holmstead in. - HEBER. Wilson got a. single and two home AB. R. H runs, with five times up. The first 2 4 2 Murdock, ss home run came in the seventh and 3 Giles, cf the second in the ninth. The last 5 Nelson, 2b one nearly drove the fans wild, as 4 Fraughton, lb it tied the score at 10 all. 2 13 4 Stanley, c It all haDDened this war in the 1 0 u ninth: Simmons was out to Holm-- 0 5 Sweat, If 0 3 Montgomery, rf .... 4 stead. Page singled and Scatz 1 0 2. was out to Durrant Sutherland 5 4 1 Bonner, 3 5 Hillman, cf A. Murdock, p 1 0 3 5 1 Oil 1 c , reached first and advanced Page to Hansen, 5 1 2 0 0 third on Birk's error. Then up rf Totals ....37 12 10 27 9 .marched Wilson. With the memory Dodge, 5 0 1 5 3 p lb, Kinney, I SPRINGVILLE. 4 0 0 0 3 of his home run in the seventh fresh Simmons, p, If AB.R.H.O..A. In their minds, the fans clamored 4 0 0 2 44 10 12 30 14 Taylor, ss for another. They knew be could Totals 2 0 1 7 Campbell, lb do it and urged him not to fall now Score by innings: 4 0 1 2 Davis, rf when everything depended on him American Fork.. 000 032 320 212 4 0 1 1 Fleiger, cf He took a mighty swing and thetprovo 000 510 103 010 4 1 0 7 c Memory, ball shot over the oattery barns. Errors Birk. Schatz, Summary: & '0 3 0 Packard, If O.not more than a quarter of an inch , Sutherland 2, Kinney 2, Hansen. 2 0 0 1 McKee, 3b norm or tne ioui nne. rage, suiner--; Stolen base. Barratt 2, Laursen z, 3 0 0 1 land rfnd ilson scored. Senior, 2b ) Dodge. Sacrifice fly Homer. Two- Frederickson, p .... 2 0 0 0 Hillman did better work with the base hits Page, Sutherland, 2 0 0 0 Dowdell, 2b than in the previous games 'man- There-bas-e hit Hillman. this season. He got a double andjHome runs Durrant, Wilson 2. 29 0 4 24 6 a Totals was on balls Off Simmons 4, off triple, each one of which Score by innings: sponsible for a tally. He also did Klnnev 1.. Struck out By. Mliler 000 0 000 000 g Springville very effective work in center gar-lbv Simmons 3 in seven innings; 12 . 240 012 03x Heber den, getting four putouts. The most bv Kinney, 3 in 3 Innings. Double Errors Taylor 5, spectacular catch of the game was payspage to Kinney. Wild pitches Summary: Memory 2, Senior 1, Bonner 1. Home made by Hillman in the sixth. He Kinney 2. Passed balls Hansen ; runs Fraughton 2. hit stole what would have been at least 2 First base on balls American Bonner. Double plays A. Murdock a r 5 Provo i Umpires (Mitchell right out of Birk's to Nelson to Fraughton. Stolen hands. To do It he had to make a Fork and Ferguson. bases P. desMurdock, a Fraughton, long run and then make last Sweat. Hits Oft Murdock 4, off perate leap. He was given the There are a few things Lloyd Frederickson 8, off Fleiger 4. heartiest ovation extended by the dosn't koow, but what is George out Murdock 14, by fans this season. Struck By next is one of them. coming 2. Frederickson 3, by Fleiger Passed Simmons was replaced in the box to keep a husband Is A bad balls Stanley, Memory. Sacrifice in the eighth by Kinney after he in debt. way hits Fraughton, A. IMurdock. Hit had twelve hits and eight runs with pitched ball Campbell 2. scored against him. In the remainWitld pitch Fleiger. Time of game ing three innings the Care men One hour and 50 minutes. Attend- touched Kinney for five hits from HI ance 300. Umpires Talbot and which they made four runs. Murdock. Left on bases SpringSOMETHING NEW The score: ville 6, Heber 8. AMERICAX FORK. Friday's Game. At Provo American Fork 12, 'MIDVALE. June 5. In a fast Provo 10. e game played here Friday the At Midvale Lehl 4, Midvale 8. team scored an victory over the Lehl aggregation. The 12.At Heber Springville 0, Heber game was well played, there being At Payson Spanish Fork 10, but four errors, all of which were Pavson 7. made by Mid vale. The Lehi team unfield were the well, but played able to hit Brown's delivery. A feature of the game was a triple play made by Midvale, the ball going from Brown to Olsen to Schniitt. war 0 ON . A bal1 Mid-val- E new low mark of $10.90 for the 30 x 3Vz size "Usco" created something of a sensation. Naturally, the first impulsive remark was on the "wonderful price." Even more to the point are the com ments of today. People are getting more used to the $10.90 price but the "Usco" value is still a cause for wonder." ' ft 1II1 Til 1 11 ill UllUL . A Good Reputation plus By CONDQ ? IS AFTER hits Anderson, Thomas. Stolen bases Belknap 2, Crump, Kitchen, Douglas 2, Sherril, Anderson 2, Edwards, Hits Off FerHayes, L. Bowen. guson 10, off Keough 2, off Sherril 17. Bases on balls Off Ferguson 6, ott Sherril 1. Struck out By Fer guson 4, by Sherril 10. Passed balls MceBth 2. Sacrifice hits Rowe, D. Bowen, L. Bowen 2. Sacrifice Time of game 2 fly Belknap. t. hur8 20 minutes. Umpire CENTRAL UTAH LEAGUE. Barratt c ... Left on bases Spanish tVon. iLost. Pet. Birk, lb ..... Fork 9, Payson 14.. .833 Holmstead, 2b 5 Midvale 4 .667 Durrant, cf .. Spanish Fork 3 .600 Miller, p American Fork 3 .600 Snow, 3b LEAGUE LEADERS Heber 3 .500 Laursen, If . . . Lehl 3 SOO.Binch, 83 Springville 1 .167 Homer, rf Payson .16' 1 Shelley . II F ROM LEHI Provo C. Bowen1 2. 8, Collegians scored three took the game. - t to June HEBER, PAYSOfl s) IISOII 00E FROH STEEL CITY F I L EVERETT TRUE HlrVO GAS MAN 4 n e w si herald-Spo- rt Rump Roasts, lb Rib Roasts, lb ...22 H Rib Boil, lb Heel Boil, 20 lb... 18 7 14 15 Shank Boil, lb Suet, lb. Hamburger, lb PORK 24 Shoulder Veal, lb 25 20 Veal Stew, lb 25 Loin Pork, lb Legs Pork, 24 lb....... Shoulder Pork, lb 20 Fresh Side Pork 20 Spare Ribs, lb 20 .15 Sausage, lb. Home Rendered Lard, per 16 lb MUTTON VEAL Legs Veal, lb Loin Veal, lb 18 25 26 Loin Chops, Jb Shoulder Chops, lb... 23 10 Mutton Stew, lb Legs Mutton, lb Hindmarsh 464 West Center Company Street.