THE Carry a Good Watch GERMAN SMASH It will save time save money. Give one to your boy. Start him right; make him prompt. Set the example; buy one yourself. We POLITICAL sell standard makes American or Swiss; all guaranteed. Our prices are moderate. FOUNDED PRESIDENT WILL ISSUE PROC LAMATION REQUIRING ALIEN ENEMIES TO REGISTER. IflW MAIN STREET BARGAINS UTAH ON SPY ACTIVITIES MOVE SALT LAKE IN USED CITt Plan for Sifting From the Million Germans in America the Few Who Are Believed to Have Caused Fires in Munition Plants. West Satisfactory, but Fear Expressed That Civil War in Russia Will Allow Teutons to Send Men to Western Army. Situation CARS 50 splendid used tionals-- $250 to $800. Oldsmoblles, NaGuaranteed first class terms if wanted by running conditioneasy ricbt parties. Write for detailed list and description. Used Car Dept., Randall-Dod- d Auto Co., Salt Lake City in Inherited From Jeweler Habit of One Left Repaired. Borrowed Odd to Be jXi22iLm There are kinds of watches several I . there are gold watches, silver watches, dollar watches and watches the jeweler has to lend his patients while thelrs are being repaired For the last ten jlayFVg" nave been carrying "a "borrowed watch, relates a jwrlter In the Detroit Free Press. Our timepiece was not exactly out of l. It would run, but it had no It ran wild on the bases. It stole the second and third hour frequently. We would set it at eight o'clock and 'look at It 20 minutes later and discover that It was 15 minutes past three. IWe are erratic, but we weren't erratic enough to keep up with that watch. So we took It into the dry dock, where the men squints at It through a sawed-of- f telescope and tells you that It will tost $2 to fix it. After he had told ns It would cost tas $2 we asked him to lend us a watch until we called for our own. This he jdid. He wound up a ticker and set it. It was 12 noon when we took it from' his hands. Two hours later a friend asked ub the time, and we showed him cur watch. It was a quarter to sevep. "Gosh," he said, "I didn't think it was that late. I overlooked dinner tirpe in some way." ent Back and borrowed anSo we other watch from the jeweler. "This one Is O. K.," he said with a smile. We carried it for an hour. In that time It had jumped 16 hours. We don't know now when we look at it whether Jt Is Berlin time or tomorrow's time. We can set it at two o'clock, and when the city hall is ringing three our borrowed watch swears it is 15 minutes after four o'clock tomorrow. At first we looked on the watches suspiciously, hut now we have begun to suspect ourselves. When three watches begin to lie to your face something is wrong. -- . or-de-r, con-'tro- PAY JEWELER HIS OWN MONEY Parisian Swindlers Inveigle Merchant Into Signing Name to Order for Three Hundred Pounds. V, A very clever swindle was successfully carried out in the Hue de la Pair, Paris. A carriage drove up to a large Jeweler's shop, and an elderly man, with his arm In a sling, accompanied by a footman, who carried a rug, entered the shop. The gentleman selected and bought some three hundred pounds' worth of jewelry, and then said, "If you do not mind, I will send my man home for the money." The jeweler bowed, and the gentleman continued: "I should be pleased If you would write for me. I have hurt my arm. Just write, 'Please give Robert three hundred pounds,' and sign It 'Henri.' " The jeweler wrote as he was directed, and in a quarter of an hour the footman came back with the money, and then he, with his master, left with tho jewelry. When the Jeweler went home to dinner his wife asked him the reason he had sent for three hundred pounds. Then the swindle was discovered. The rogues knew that the jeweler's name was Henri, and they had got him to write the note for the money, which was taken to his wife, and then they paid him for the Jewels with his own money. Agreed With Mother. Gerald's mother had tried to make Mm understand what conscience la end had told him not to cross the treet on his wheel. One day she said, "Gerald, when you crossed the street todny, didn't a wee small voice .ell fou that it was wrong?" "Yes, ma," he replied. "I guess it did, but my velocipede tweeked so much I couldn't bear It." Firemen's Light. A new light prently nldg firemen in rescue work. This light, strapped to Ms buck, and eleV'ed Nllghtly above his head, is powori enough to pierce the densest smoke. With one charge of calcium enrhldo, the light 3,000 will burn for over four Tnndif'power hours. Servant Girls, Please Read. servant girl who was kind and polite to a guest at the home where A employed has been left an estate of $200,000, which is a story wfih a moral so obvious ns to need no comment. San Antonio Light, she wa Useful Birds. Ducks, geese and guineas are as good as a watchdog to give an alarm of approachlug strangers.. They are more profitable, too, because the food they consume is converted np salabU (products. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, . District. Judge, Fifth judicial District The new city reservoir at Roosevelt D. H. Morris, Attorney Oris Murdock. is now complete and has been tested, Stenographer W. L--. Cook. so that It may be filled for winter use. State Senator Dan Stevens. Washington county is in danger of State Representative Orson Cazler. u. S. Expert in Charge Experiment having an epidemic of typhoid unless quarantines are more carefully ob- Station Mr. Jones. served. COUntV CVimmlaolnnor W Whit. T uscar Anarus, p. J. Bonner. county Clerk Will L. Hoyt Recorder Thomas Bailey. Treasurer T. H. O. Parkea. pleted. Jt is reported that Los Angeles finanAssessor Charles Hayne. ciers are in Monticello Investigating Attorney W. A. O. Bryan. tlie Bluff oil fields, which are said to Surveyor V. E. Ekloff. lie very promising. Sheriff Dan Martin. SUDerintATlriont rvf rimintv TfiftOTflArv C. 0. Parsons, Jr., Salt Thomas Vickers. Lake attorney and for many years lawyer for Samuel Newhouse, died in Los AT COUNTY MUNICIPAL OF Angeles November 9. FICERS. Thursday, November 29, is set officially for the state of Utah as ThanksNEPHI CITY OFFICER3. giving day in a proclamation issued by Governor Simon Bamberger. Mayor Alma Hague. Governor Bamberger has gone to Councilmen A. H. Belliston, San Diego, Cal., where he wil attend Thomas Bailev. James Garrett. Jr.. Mark Bigler, George O. Ostler. a convention for the proposed formatRecorder A. V. Gads. ion of a league of southwest states. Treasurer J. H. Latimer. There is a movement at Moab in Attorney T. H. Burton. favor of changing the proposed route Marshal Samuel Linton, Jr. of the state highway so that it will JuBtlce of the Peace Wm. Stout follow the east side of the valley up Street Supervisor Jas. B. Riches. Quarantine Physician Dr. T. D. from the bridge.Rees. Freight traffic on the Orem electric Building Inspector I. H. Grace. Chief of Fire Department N. A. Neilson. Superintendent of Water Works A. I. Gowers.. Members of Board of Health Dr. T. D.'Rees, Alonzo Ingram, Wm. O. Orme. Sexton C. E. Bigler. LEVAN TOWN. rt y T Chemin-des-Dame- 17-2- 2 1 President Dalby. Trustees Board of Alma 0 E. R. Forrest, Prop. Co. City Meat GARRETT, CEORCE Proptietw AD Kinds of Home Cured and Fresh Meats Kept in Refrigerator Business being run on cash basis, nables us to sell at very reasonable prices. Courteous Treatment to all Dr. J. G. IRONS VETERINARIAN :: NEPHI UTAH t: Graduate Veterinary College University of Pennsylvania PHONE 187 animals of domestic Diseases treated City Barber Shop PRECINCT EAST COUNTY OFFI- - CERS. Mona. D. O. Young. Health Officer N. W. BHlertson. Nephi. Justice J. R. Black. Constable H. T. Knowles. Health Officer Dr. T. D. Rees. Levan. Justice E. W. Peterson. Justice Constable Livery and Feed Stable Qoo4 Bus Mests All Trains. livsry Kir, Dray and Bxprea Wagons. Phone TJs. No. 44-Agents tot Coal. H. D. COLDSBROVGH, Proprietor DENTIST Woodmen of America No. meets every Tuesday evening No. 3 at Woodman hall. Visiting wooamen PhoneOflBce Post BUg. trslcomed. CHARLES STEPHENSON, Mode. 10,700, Consul. Clerk. 3. H. LATIMER, meets every I. O. O. F. No. 16 Sat. urday evening in I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. HERBERT ROBERTS, N. G. JOHN S. COOPER. Secretary. SAINTS' MEETINGS. LATTER-DA- South ward Nephi ward North ward at meet- Sunday School, 10:30. at High School building; at Tabernacle; ing house. M. I. A. 7 Sunday, m. p. 1. Dr. Charles Dunn Richard Iverson. o PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday school at 10:30. Nephi Thos. H. Burton Attorney at Law Public 1 and Offloe In Booms Notary 2 Ostler Bids;. Dr. J. A. BOOTH DENTIST Office Rooms Nos. 6 and 7, Theatre Building. Phone No. 123-- J South Ward High School building; Nephi ward at Tabernacle; North ward at meeting house. Primary South ward every Tues day at Tabernacle; Nephi every Fri day at Tabernacle; North ward at meeting house every Friday. Priesthood meeting ' every Monday vening at the Tabarnacle and North and South ward meeting houses. Relief Society South ward first and third Thursday in each month at 2 p. m. Nephi ward first and third North Wednesday in each month. ward first and third Thursday in each month, at respective meeting houses. . Venic. Dr. D. O. Miner. Physician & Surgeon. office Phone Res. Ijhone 2. 64. Office 4 & 5 Venice Building. TH 13 Palace Barber Shop Winn Building Main Street Everything Nsw and First Class Work Courteous Treatment to all ho. shin, stand and bath tub in connection Up-to-d- at "He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" TO BUILD WELL Nephi Plaster Has 1 Agent (or SALT LAKE STEAM TROY LAUNDRY ROBERT LOMAX, Proprietor USE. No Equal natural deposit of Gypsum in the World. Nephi Plaster & Mfg. Co, . P. O. Box 297 Phone 25. Giving a uniform temperature. the Forrest Hotel. NSss Ida Linton. Leading Jewelry Store Nicely equipped, Steam Heated, HOSPITAL to E. L. Boucher Nephi, Utah Nephi General Next door Fine Watch, Clocks, Jewelry, and Spectacle Repairing. Good Work Guaranteed The Largest and Purest Wil-Hui- i, 11 Home of the Traveling Men Good Meals Good Beds Large Shady Lawn Mangelson, S. P. Taylor, Alex Peterson, George Neilson. Marshal Neils Mortenson. Justice of the Peace Neils Schow. Health Officer Henry Hendrickson. ouRTBOufi mxntmm an Juab District Board of Education I. H. Grace, President; Lorenzo ManKSSI OrA SB .5TPW gelson, Vice President; A, P. Paxman, A. NIELSON. Proprietor Clerk; J. H. Lunt, Treasurer and Jo- Two Doors South of Lunts' Pharmacy Newton. seph o n Trustees M. W. e d Hotel Forrest Count v. Threshing of 2500 bushels of grain raised in Salt L.ake City's "war " at Mountain Dell has been com- President Wilson is Washington. Washington. The effect of Ger- expected to issue a soon many's "political offensive" against requiring every alien proclamation enemy within the Russia and Italy upon the task ahead United States to register, as a step of the allies is recognized in Secretary toward the country of spies ridding opof review Baker's weekly military and sabotage. erations, issued by the war departThe country has virtually decided ment. that this procedure is the only way of events on "The close open for sifting from the million Gerall fronts cannot too frequently be mans in tlie United States the few who review. the emphasized," says are believed to be causing fires In muin Russia "The political situation nition plants, grain elevators and made it possible for the enemy to de- warehouses and promoting propaganda tach important contingents in the east, injurious to America's prosecution of which were speedily transported to the the war. front. Italian Attorney General Gregory took to "It is not 'unlikely that before the cabinet meeting on Tuesday for their powerful drive against President Wilson's consideration a the Italian forces, the enemy made draft of regulations under which the painstaking and systematic attempts registration might be carried out, fol- line was tied up Saturday by a strike to undermine the morale of the Ital- lowing the program adopted by Eng- of niotornien and conductors. The comian troops, with a view to breaking land and France for keeping watch pany claims to have secured enough down their resisting power. over the activities of enemy subjects. men to break the strike. The recent increase in the number "This carefully planned political ofwho was acquitArthur L. fensive conducted preparatory to their of disastrous fires and indications of ted of murderWillard, for the killing of Cecil the reveals offensive renewed clearly of enemy propa- Holmes at operations military Bingham, June 13, is being gandists have prompted officials to sued by Mrs. Willard for a divorce. present methods of the Germans. of consider more radical steps against "Surveying the broader aspects are alleged. and the European situation today, we find German residents than the restrictions Cruelty David McKay, 73 years of age, pathat the enemy in, the east is confin- heretofore imposed barring them from triarch of the Mormon church and zone about munition plants ing his efforts to political propaganda. a half-mil- e of Apostle David O. McKay, father recenthe' has sector and Italian without the spegovernment property Along died at an Ogden hospital November ly made desperate attempts to secure cial government permits. intestinal politico-militarmeans Under tlie proposed registration 10, death resulting from a decision by of a an operation. drive. In the west, while at- plan, Germans would be given a speci- strangulation following The week from November 11 to 17 tempting to sap the fighting strength fied time, probably several weeks, in was set aside by the manufacturers of the belligerent peoples, the enemy which to report their names, occupaot as one in which housewives has now been compelled to act on the tions; family or business connections anilUtah everyone using food and other to or some hi but other postmasters governdefensive and being slowly goods ment agency. Those not registered products would have Utah-mad- e surely driven back. to their attention as never "It should be borne in mind, how- then would be rounded up and prose- brought before. ever, that the further disintegration cuted, and officials believe that the Apparently having brooded over the of the Russian forces will mean that failure of some to enroll would give the Germans will be able to thin out valuable clues to tlie identity of sus- recent suicides of his brother and until his mind became their line along this front, which will picious persons whose conduct and in- brother-in-lathus automatically contribute to the terests might be carefully scrutinized. temporarily deranged, Sergeant Stanislaus Magreta suicided at Fort Dougstiffening of their resistance in the WILSON'S PLEA BEARS FRUIT. las, shooting himself through the west, as well as render available added contingents to take part in the en- Strikes Affecting Work for Federal heart. Bishop Paul Jones, pacifist, is to gagements now proceeding in Italy. Government Are Called Off. have a hearing before the house of "During the week just closed, "both Buffalo, N. Y. President Wilson's bishops of the Episcopal church, the British and French were able to labor's closer co- which is record significant tactical gains, the plea for organized expected to meet in St. Louis, in tlie winning of the war operation of series Mo., within a month. Bishop Jones is a powot culmination long on first bore its fruit Tuesday, when nnw in Vam Yfi-l- r i i nil i i rl" i o ' erfully driven offensives. J presidents of thiuilding trades Li, , "With Passchendaele securely in the affiliateu with the AmerBritish hands, the first stage of the organizations Excitement, which at times threat ican Federation of Labor decided to week last the ened to result in a lynching, was rife begun during operations all call off strikes governaffecting of September have been brought to a ment work. in the Italian portion of Sunnyside successful conclusion. same time they agreed to ap- one day last week. It is said to have At the "The French counterpart of the to President Wilson to intervene resulted from the alleged desecration British success took place north of peal to obtain justice for the members of of the Italian flag by Ernest Lnrcker, a the Aisne. Here the retreat ot the their organizations who have been subject of Austria. enemy anticipated last week was car- striking. They will hold a meeting in The unofficial report of the Liberty-ried out. The pressure of the French Washington soon, when they will try loan committee, which is incomplete offensive, which has grown slowly and to arrange a conference with the pres- because of the fact that several of the methodically in volume and intensity, ident and endeavor to lay their case di- country banks have not yet submitted reached a climax when by the recent rectly before him. reports, of moneys held by them, shows French .advance in this sector they I'resident Wilson expressed "his" ap- that Utah has subscribed considerably were enabled to enfilade the German preciation for tlie action taken by tlie more than $16,OOf3,000 for Liberty loan lines along the crest of the building trades in declaring off strikes. bonds. Iu August there were eight convicHis message, addressed to I'resident tions in Utah of persons for being "For the past three years the pres- Donliu, reads: ence of the enemy on this ridge had "Vour telegram has cheered me very found with liquor in their possession. bevn a source of anxiety to the French. much und I hope you will convey my In September the number was more To dislodge them was a principal ob- s,ucere thanks and appreciation to than twice that number, and in Octojective of the repeated offensives de- those associated with you in the pa- ber there was still an increase over veloped by General Petain since last triotic action of which you give me the record of the first month, although April. The sudden forced evacuation information. You may 'he sure there It was a trifle lower than in Sepat this tember. of some forty square miles of the most v ill bo ull possible Members of tlie Utah Poultry assoimportant terrain in this sector of tin. eiid." western front has beeu the tangible ciation have selected C. J. Hinds of THE TO FLAG. FORCED KISS result achieved. Oakland as judge for the poultry show "The importance of this successful Idahoans in Salt to be held December DisOver Alleged Angered French advance must not be over. Poultry are refanciers Lake City of Farmer. loyal Utterances looked. It means more than a mere sponsible for the higher price of eggs, citizens JourBoise terBoise. of Thirty gain of so many square miles J. Newton, secretary of the assoin automobiles on Tuesday to J. told the members In an adritory; it means the penetration of neyed ciation, G. O. named of a farmer the powerfully fortified Siegfried line, tlie ranch dress. hitherto .considered by the enemy im- (joelling, a few miles out to of town, the girls of the West high school at kneel in pregnable, arid pushes back his main where they forced Goelling Salt Lake have just completed the the American kiss and his five miles dooryard defensive positions to within miking of fifty fruit cakes and the of the fortress of Luon and major ob- ting. Tlie rancher had been reported same number of pound boxes of candy utterances made us disloyal having jectives. and had recently painted a big derrick for the soldiers at the front. These "In (lie sector whore a small detacharticles will be turned over to the ment of our troops had taken up their on Ills place with tlie German colors. Red Cross to be forwarded to the main tlie to forced committee farmer Tlie of a part places in the trenches as and luadquarters of the Red Cross in their training, the enemy (as is cus- paint liis derrick in red, white to Washington, D. C. him colors also and blue compelled tomary in trench warfare when fresh hoist the Stars und twenty-fThe population of Siilina Is 1200. on a Stripes troops are believed to "Jiave taken oot I men and one of which forty-twwhich olt took with hey flagpole front-linrefor In trenches) places woman have been given to tlie army. In his front yard. and them planted a executed connaissance purposes, Twenty-seveof these are volunteers raid and succeeded in May Increase Coal Prices. aid sixteen drafted. Each volunteer temporarily penetrating the short segWashington. At the office of the wis presented with a gold watch ami ment of the line held by our forces, fuel administrator it is said that a S.V anil each drafted the a and few casualties taking decision in regard to modifying prices manbywas citizens, indicting given a signet ring as an prisoners. to be paid coal operators hi Utah for from the people. "Along the eastern front no prepara- their product will be reached within a appreciation Instructions and rules for the guld- tions of artillery Importance occurred. few days. nice of county assessors and boards The enemy, instead of attacking, has lr! making litis Mssesiuents for taxaBritons Praise Wilson. renewed his efforts to fraternize with the Russians. Owing to the Involved The Morning Post Tues- tion purposes have been adopted by tie state board of equalization. It Is political situation and the fresh out- day paid a tribute to President In futu"e to avoid eontrover breaks of the extremist elements, it saying: "We wish some of our Intended ies with county hoards mid assessors is probable that these may have a ovii iniiiisiers would a quire President vilwon' knack of Maying Die rigiil AvU as occurred this year in several marked influence on the general stratludunce through the lack of uniform be we must which prethe of war, egy tiling ul tile 1'iglil time. rsles of procedure. pared to meet." Shipyard Workers Strike. George Pappus, n professional sheep-hmU'- T Millions for Missions. Newark, N. .1. Thousands of meof Richfield, Is willing to put ftpts-copThe Methodist hichanic employed in several large Philadelphia. us $1000 for any man who can bent misof home and foreign boards ids adjacent to this city quit work b record. He has Ms own method, sions nt a Joint conference here ap- .Monday alter a resolution hud been ntid says he guarantees to bring more proved a recommendation that a cam- udopted at a meeting of business shl'ep through n winter than any other paign be iimimuratod to raise JfSO.tHW,-00ugems of the building trades council herder" In the United .States. lu the next five yearn. uuthoriitiiig a strike. With wire wrapped securely about bis ankles, n heavy piece of Iron atKaiser Visits Italian Theatre. Woollcy on War Trade Board. tached to bis neck and wire wrapped Amsterdam. The German emperor Clureiice Jl. Woolley Washington. his waist, virtually pinioning lifn arrived Nimdiiy nt the Italian theatre, of New York lias been appointed a itl out with the exception ot his hands, where be met Kmperor Charles and member of the wur trade board by aims, of David Kingsbury, of Salt tie body Ferdinand. lie King congratulated President Wilson at the requet of Ike, was found In n bathing pool at Kmperor Charles on his escajie from Secretary Itcdfield. Mdway. He had suicided. drowning. inter-relatio- n . NEWS well-know- n LOANED WATCHES RAN AWAY IflTlmepieces STATE gar-Jim- MAKERS OF JEWELRY X50 NEPHI, UTAH. S. WILL CALL HALT SECRETARY BAKER SAYS ITALIAN DRIVE ASTUTE STRATEGY OF GERMAN POLITICIANS. BOYD PARK TIMES-NEW- Supt -- oOo- Maternity cmm solicited; ae reftrictiont to youi medical or aurgical attendant Medical and aurgical cases cared lor. PHce $12.00 to 20. per week.