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V 1 PAGE SIX PROVO (UTAH) EVENING HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1938 DEATH CLAIMS f.HLY WARMER Mrs. Emily M. Warner, 82, died at the home .of her granddaughter, grand-daughter, Mrs. Cora Maybe rry, 467 East Third North street, today to-day at 3 a. m. Mrs. Warner was born in Springville, November 19, 1855, and' moved to Provo when she was seven years of age. She had made her home here ever since. A daughtr of Isaac S. and Asen-ith Asen-ith Lawrence Potter, she married John A. Warner, February 16, 1874, in the Salt Lake Endowment Endow-ment house. Mr. Warner died in November, 1930. Surviving are one son. Leo A. Warner, Provo; the following sisters: sis-ters: Mrs. Rhoda Clyde, S!t Lake City; Mrs. John Ferre, Provo; Pro-vo; one half-brother and one half-sister, half-sister, Seymour Curtis, Coke-ville, Coke-ville, Wyo.; Mrs. Delia Preston, Dellco, Idaho; and tne following grandchildxen whom she reared: Mrs.rCora Mayberry, Roy, Max and Adelbert Warner and Mrs. Marie Bunnell, all of Provo. She was an active L. D. S. church worker, particularly in Relief Society, and she was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the Deseret mortuary. Smith Funeral Set For Friday Funeral services for Frank Smith, who died at his home, 366 East Third North street, Wednesday Wed-nesday noon, will be held Friday at 1:30 o'clock in the Sixth ward chapel. Bishop Terry' J. Oldroyd will be in charge. Friends may call at the home from 11 a. m until' time for the services. Interment will be in the Provo City Burial park, under the direction of the Berg inoitu-aiy. inoitu-aiy. Koppers Company Awarded Contract . WASHINGTON. Feb. 10 'TP' Secretary of Interior Harold L. Ickes, today announced award of contract for 41 gate frames for Orand Coulee dam to the Kop pers Co., Baltimore, on a bid of ; $468,000. I T LEGAL NOTICES Probate and Guardianship Notices l Consult County Cleric or the i Respective Signers for Hirtn-j Hirtn-j or Information. 1. . . NOTICE TO WATEK USERS The State of Utah Office of State Engineer Salt Lake City Notice is hereby given that L. L. Donnan, Upper Falls, Provo canyon, Utah has made applica tion in accordance witn me laws i of Utah to change the point of diversion and point of return of S sec. ft. of water from Upper Fails j creek tributary to Provo river in Utah county, Utah. Said water was to have been diverted by virtue vir-tue of Application No. 11363 from January 1 to December 31, inclusive, in-clusive, of each year at a point located S. 12 deg.'E. 1250 ft. from the N4 Cor. Sec. 34, T. 5 S., R. 3 E., SLB&M., and used for generating gener-ating electrical energy at Upper Falls resort in Provo canyon, after aft-er which it was to have been returned re-turned to the natural stream at a point located S. 25 deg. W. 508 ft. from the N'4 Cor. of said Sec. 34. It is now proposed to divert said water from January 1 to December De-cember 31, inclusive, of each year at a point which bears S. 22 deg. 30 min. E. 1217 ft. from the N'i Cor. of said Sec. 34, use it as heretofore proposed and return it to the natural stream at a point located S. 16 deg. 5 min. W. 577 ft. from the N'4 Cor. of said Sec. 34. This application is designated in the office of the State Engineer as No. a-1398. All protests resisting the granting grant-ing of said Application, with reasons rea-sons therefor, made in affidavit foim, must be filed with T. H. Humpherys, State Engineer, Capitol Capi-tol Building, Salt Lake City, with one extra copy and $1.00 filing fee within 30 days after the date of last publication. T. H. HUMPHERYS State Engineer. Date of first publication Feb. 10, 1938. Date of last publication Mar. 10, 1938. Maybe This Is Why You're Constipated Perhaps the kind of food you eat doesn't give your bowels anything to work on. Meat, potatoes and - bread don't form the kind of soft, bulky mass that will help move your bowels. If so, a dish of crisp, crunchy Kellogg's All-Bran All-Bran for breakfast will give you Just the kind of - "bulk" your intestines may need to work properly. And in addition, it contains the intestinal tonic, vitamin vita-min B,, which helps to tone them. If you want to get at the cause of your trouble, eat some Kellogg's All-Bran every day-as a cereal or baked in muffins. And drink plenty of water. - All-Bran is made by Kel-logg Kel-logg in Battle Creek. Sold -: by every grocer. Ann Greer Howe Galled by Death ( Continued from T'agfe One) active in carl'ng for the sick and afflicted. She was the mother of 15 children chil-dren and might well be called the mother of teachers, seven of her sons and daughtrs being engaged in teaching at the present time. One grandson, Owen Rowe, is a teacher at the local high school. She was a charter member of the Camp Spanfeh Fork," Daughters Daugh-ters of Pioneers. Her husband died in 1917, and two sons and three daughters have preceded her in death- The surviving sons and daugh ters are: Prof. Ed. M. Rowe of the Urigham Young university facvltv: Mrs. Ellenor Morgan, Provo; Mn. Annie R, Beck, J. W. Rowe and Mrs. Nora Robertson, all of Spanish Fork; Glen A. Rowe Santaquin; Lewis E. Rowe, Las Vegas; Ros T. Rowe. Rigbv, Ida.; Grace R. Johnson. Blackfoot, Ida.; Mrs. Jennie R. Thomas, Paul. Ida.; 49 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and one great-greatgrandchild. Five sons of Mrs. Rowe were in the selective draft and two sons served their country through the World war. Three sons have filled missions for the L. D. S. church and one grandson One grand daughter. Mrs. Dale B. Evans is Spanish Fork City recorder. Friends may call at the Claudin Funeral home until Friday and at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Rowe Beck until time for the services which will be conducted conduct-ed by Bishop L. F. Smith Sunday at 3 p. m. at the L. D S. Third ward chapel. Interment will be in the Spanish Fork city cemetery in the family burial plot. Emma L. Burgess Called By Death Mrs. Emma L. Burgess. 81. wile of the late H. J. Burgess, and a ister of Dr. William J. Snow of Provo, died Wednesday at lu-i home in St. George. Funeral services will be held there Saturday at 12:30 o"clock. Mrs. Burgess is a daughter of the late William and Sally Adams Snow. Other brothers and sisters surviving are: O. H. Snow. Raymond. Ray-mond. Alberta, Canada: Mason Snow, Bicknell; Mrs. Reuben Gardner. Pine Valley: Mrs. R. B. Gardner, Cedar City: Mrs. John A. Gardner. Salt Lake City. Workers Alliance To Meet Friday A meeting of the Workers' Alliance Al-liance will be held in the city court room in the city and county building Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Business matters will be discussed; dis-cussed; also, delegates will be elected to the state conference to be held in Salt Lake City. February Febru-ary 13. An invitation is extended to all women working on WPA sewing projects. Royle To Speak At Labor Temple Meet Utah county unit of Labor Nonpartisan Non-partisan league will be organized tonight at a meeting in Labor Temple at 7:30 p. m., said Varro C. Jones. S. W. O. C. representative representa-tive in Provo. "Will Progressive America March On To Freedom" will be discussed by Eldred M. Boyle, state senator, and state chairman of the league. Persons interested in progressive progres-sive legislation, farmers, school teachers, and business men are invited to attend. We OTI1E BeHII TTonir WE'RE Bonded Slaughterers of cattle and lambs, on commission. GO DIRECT from producer to market and get best possible prices. Write or wire for full particulars :pf::-..-.'.-x-.-.-;:'-w-x-' &m. -m wl 1j ill -J ji u is i ' unit, . j i. Whofosqto Qoithftrt ipeclollxlng n Df, Calve, tnnb SOUTH UH FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA . . . .-. ' ' - v.' - .' : . Four Injured in HfghiVay Accident Four persons were injured, none seriously, when two care crashed near the Snow store, Orem, at 6 p. m., Wednesday. Thomas Reese, 55, Orem, was driving north and turned left to go west when an auto driven by S. L. Ure, 62, Kyune, struck him, tearing the doors off the right side of Reese's car, according accord-ing to witnesses. After striking the Reese auto, Ure's car skidded off the road, hitting Ivan Kockerhans, Orem youth, who was standing by tne road holding his bicycle. He was not injured. Riding with Mr. Reese were his wife. Amelia, 50; his daughter, daugh-ter, Dixie, 19, and his son, Bob, 9. Mr. Ure was alone. Mr. Reese suffered a fractured rib and a deep cut on his knee. Mrs. Reese was thrown onto the highway, wrenching her back and badly bruising one arm. Several of Bob's teeth were loosened, while Dixie received a bruised i arm. Ure was unhurt. According to Deputy Shenir Walter Durrant, George Loveless and John S. Evans, and Del Bishop, Orem marshal, who investigated in-vestigated the accident, Ure claimed Reese failed to signal for a turn. No charge have been filed. The injured wore taken to the Aird hospital. All returned home except Mrs. Reese, who is still at the hospital, and reported resting rest-ing well. Bennett Funeral Set for Friday (Continued fro n Page One) md president of the Blue Bird Candv company of Logan. He was vice president and chairman of the executive corn-mittee corn-mittee of Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company, vice president presi-dent and director of Utah Savings and Trust company and vice president presi-dent of the Farmers and Merchants Merch-ants Bank of Provo until 1934. He was director of the Taylor Investment company and with T. N. Taylor organized the Provo Building and Loan company. Mr. Bennett was one of the organizers or-ganizers of Zion's Benefit Building Build-ing society and a director of that company for more than 40 years. He also had been associated with the Saltair Beach and the Salt L.;:ke. Garfield and Western Railroad Rail-road company. SEC OND WARD CHOIR The Second ward choir members mem-bers are asked to meet this evening eve-ning at 8 o'clock at the chapel, for rehearsal. SCHOFIELD AUTO CO. SALES and SERVICE Provo, l:tah "Well, John Schofield, you certainly have a fine lot of Used Cars, and I notice the prices are considerably con-siderably down." "Yes, we have the prices on all of our Used Cars down, and I don't think you will find a better lot anywhere, and it is a real pleasure to Personally Indorse these cars.'' SCHOFIELD AUTO CO. " Lrt m J m'p. W SllLS " .Vg'A PHONE tOUTtt XAH ITUKCltCO 4gi v.'.t .- -y . ...... .. ... ... ............. . PRESIDENT ASKS GREATER RELIEF (Continued from Page One) a . sharp reduction must be instituted. insti-tuted. The increase will allow "a reasonable measure of relief for those who have recently become unemployed and are in need." The increase requested by Mr. Roosevelt will make a total of $2,009,000,000 available during this fiscal year for relief purposes and would increase the prospective deficit for the fiscal year to $1,-338.100,000. $1,-338.100,000. "According to the best estimate available at this time," Mr. Roosevelt advised Bankhead, "it appears that during the past three months approximately 3.000,000 persons have lost their jobs with private employers. "This increase in unemployment unemploy-ment could not, of course, have been foreseen at the time the last relief appropriation was under consideration. "Hundreds of thousands of needy unemployed persons have recently applied for relief work, which could not be provided for them with the funds on hand "Jt has become increasingly clear that these needs cannot be met unless employment by the Works Progress Administration is increased immediately' The president pointed out that the relief funds presently available avail-able permit employment of an average of 1,700.000 persons throughout the fiscal year. City Court Lew Jones, 05, Spanish Fork, who was arrested ' January 8 for drunken driving by Paufstrebel. promt .t ion officer, changed his rot-guilty plea to guilty and was fined $100 or sentenced to 30 days in the county jail, by Judge A. L. Booth Thursday morning in city court. Jones was given until March 10 to pay $2r. Other payments to be made April 10 and May 10 Th.. tinul nnvment i In h suspended if others are made on; the most exhaustive of the hos-time. hos-time. : pital he has seen. Tom Graham. Provo. was sen- Tires on the hospital, food tenced to five days in jail or a wagons are now pneumatically $10 fine. Sentence was suspended designed. with about 25 so five days. equipped, the secretary reported. imQ(3i?nsimi Easiest in the World On Clothes! Fully Automatic No Oiling I I III J er on a lul Am. mimical i (T fit REPORT LAUDS ! 5 ": i t ; UTAH HOSPITAL SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 10 (U.R The mental hospital survey committee of New York said in a report here today that "the State of Utah has managed its mental hospital at Provo more wisely than some states during the depression and is now in a position to go forward." The report, outcome of a sur vey last year, was filed with Gov. Henry H. Blood. The committee recommended the state enlarge the Provo hospital hos-pital land site to afford inmates more exercise and addition of at least three physicians to the institute's in-stitute's medical staff. Dr. Garland H. Pace, superintendent, superin-tendent, stated the report had been at the hospital today and indicated that trustees would review re-view it this afternoon. Continuing the increase in patients pati-ents during recent months, Utah otntn hosnital had a total of ,71 natients February 1. an 'increase of lfS over the first of 1he year total. Dr. Garland H. Pace, superintendent, told trustees trus-tees Thursday. Fourteen patients are being treated by the insulin shock method for dementia praecox at present. This is believed to be the largest group west of the Mississippi to be under treatment at one institution. Dr. J. J. Weight, who is in charge, reports satisfactory progress. Seed-beds preparation, fruit-tree fruit-tree pruning and planting of new trees are getting under way, the mild weather aiding greatly re-norts re-norts the superintendent. About 30 men arc working on hillside landscaping State Auditor .jotin w . ijiiy s audit of the hospital records for :is months from October 1. 1934. to November 30. 1937. was received re-ceived with the statement from Guv that "Records have been neatlv and accurately kept." J. M. Redd, hospital secretary. I rfmmentpd the audit IS one ol $69.5$ No Interest new S-sluet t; I III - Beaut v. - ak IEaimge if No Interest Delivered and Set Up Complete with Pipe Canadian Club to Sponsor 'Y' Dance "Hearts Across the Border," will be the theme of the student dance in the Women's gymnasium Saturday nght, under sponsorship sponsor-ship of Brigham Young university's univer-sity's Canadian club. Combining the Valentine motif with the idea of' international friendship across the 49th parallel, par-allel, the Canadian students are planning to entertain in British American style. Their national flag, songs, and famed mounted police uniforms are to be in evidence. On he committee planning the event are six club members from the province of Alberta. Canada. They are Emerson Blum-ell, Blum-ell, club president, Magrath; Earl Bascom, Raymond; Mable Johan-sen. Johan-sen. Thora Carlson and Gretta Carlson, Cardston; and Morris Shields, Shaughnessy. New Election Law To Be Discussed Democratic officials in Utah county will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in city and county building to discuss the new procedure pro-cedure to be followed under the direct primary law. County Clerk C. A. Grant, American Amer-ican Fork, secretary of the organization, or-ganization, said that plans for the county Democratic convention will be made. 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