THE TIMES-NEW- Tlie H ome flU NEPHI, county seat of Juab county, Utah, the greatest dry farming ection of Utah, own its own electric light plant, water works and 8 miles paved sidewalks. Two banks, lumber yard, plaster mill, fine schools and a modem hoteL t t 1 American 01TEAST JUAB COUNTY invites the stranger within its of Live Topics Pageprepared the Department of by specialists in Agriculture Suggestions for the Farmer and Housewife, for the people of East Juab County. : ; : Short stories about people of prominence in our country LEGION M. NEPIII, UTAH S, GUEST HAS BIG IDEA Charles Bertrand of France Plana Association of Veterans to Preserve We rid Peace. An association of men of all countries who fought with the Allies against Germany as the most effective unit to preserve world Copr (or Thlj Department Supplied t peace Is planned the American Let ion New Service.) M. Charles by member Bertrand, COMMANDER WELL KNOWN of the French chamber of depuC D. Cunningham of Centralis, Wash, ties and president Waa Prosecutor of I. W. W. Aa- of the Inter-Alllo- d aananu or Legion wen. Veterans' Federa-tlon- . Bertrand n One of the men tn the came to America country In L W. W. and other radical with Marshal circles Is the new Foch as a special commander of the guest of the American Legion. American Leglor. More than 8,500,000 Allied veterans of Waahlngton. n now have assembled under the leaderla 0. D. Cunningfederation, and ship of the lnter-allie- d ham, Centralla. a meeting of the allied soldiers of all The nation wot countries will be held In Paris soon. shocked on the Representing American men, first annlversarj the Legion will send a strong repreof Armistice da) sentation to the conference. the wanton by Bertrand served as an infantryman lrtlllnrF hv rnrlleAW In the French army from the beginning A ol of the war to Its In Centralla close. He was woundLi--four American Le ed several times and severely gassed, W1W UWU glOU and his company was replaced with were participating In the parade. Fir fresh drafts on thirty different ocIng from vantage points on the young casions, so disseminated was it In the veteran marchers, the L. W. W. fierce engagements Into which It was slaughtered four outright, wounded thrown. The senator likewise is head others and took to flight Cunningham of the French veteran society made was one of the lenders of the chase up exclusively of men wounded in acwhich captured Wesley Everesey, ring tion. leader of the radicals. The etate In the formation of the lnter-allie- d turned to Cunningham as special pros- veterans' association, Bertrand has ecuting attorney In the ensuing trials made frequent trips to Italy, England, of the murderers. Roumania and other allied countries. In the court proceedings, which held On his first to the United States the attention of America for eight he was the trip civilian In the disonly weeks, Cunningham was pitted against tinguished company of Marshal Foch, the best legal talent that the national Admiral Beatty, General IMaz and organization of the L W. W. could mus- Gen. Baron Jacques to receive the ter. Cunningham was victor, howev- American Legion's medal for diser. The radicals were convicted and tinguished service. gold a year later Cunningham won again, when the Supreme court upheld the SCHEMES TO COLLECT DUES Verdicts. During the war Cunningham served es an infantry private at Camp Pike, Novel Method Are Being Employed Ark. to Induce Legion Members to Pay 1922 Assessment HOW THE SERVICE MEN STAND Novel means employed by American Checking Up at Washington by Legion Legion posts to get In membership dues early In 1022 are causing comReveals That Many Member ment In every community where a r Are In Limelight. post is located, according to reports When President Harding replied to to Legion national headquarters In InLamar Jeffers, Ala dianapolis. Representative bama, and the legislative committee of Around the top of the list Is the the American Legion that there were story from South Dakota. A post is no ex service men of outstanding offering each service men who pays qualifications to be members of the his dues before a set date a biscuit American commission to the Internabaked hy the newest bride In the tional disarmament conference, there poet women's auxiliary. Three of the was a checking up In Washington to biscuits being distributed contain determine bow service men stand in cash prizes In coin $20, $10 and $5 the eyes of the American electorate. In gold. The biscuits may not be A statement later Issued by the Lebroken open until the night of the post gion showed that the President ap- banquet when they will serve as cards man as secretary of admission. Early recipients of bispointed an of the navy and another assistant sec- cuits declared they could not Judge retary. Ills alien property custodian from their weight whether they conwas in service during the war. The tained gold pieces or bricks. assistant postmuster general Is an Out in Kansas a post gave Its man. An A. E. F. veteran is finance officer carte blanche in collecthead of the national budget. The ing 1922 dues early. A few mornings President confided the tnsk of organ- later Legionnaires were being routed izing the new veterans' bureau to a out of bed at 4 a. m, by members of former soldier. the committee who refused to let the The public has elected 20 men who slumberer go back to bed until he had served either in the army or the navy paid up. The various state departto the. house of representatives and ments of the Legion are in a hot contwo to the senate. In nearly a dozen test for the honor of being the first states service men are the governors. to send in the complete dues of the Eight members of Secretary Hoover's membership. national committee on unemployment men. were WILL HELP CHEER UP BOYS HELPS TO FIND EMPLOYMENT Miss Rita Gould, Vaudeville Star, Of. fera Her Services to the AmerArthur Woods, Head of Hoover Speican Legion. cial Committee, Proves Aid to beet-know- kvi men throughout the conn-tr- y have benefited largely from the operations of SecHoover's retary committee on unemployment. The former soldiers and sailors have bad .i special friend at court In Arthur Woods, Kcw York, head of the Hoover Fpocial committee Which has the nationwide effort to pro- tide Jobs for the Jobless. As a special assistant secretary of war In 1010, Mr. Woods rendered disrvlre In organizing and tinguished directing a national bureau for the establishment In civil life of service men. In that work In? built up an organization whose activities encompassed the iathn and proved his ability to got men. Mr. on with and nnderstand Woods formerly was police commissioner of ypw York, and was the first chairman of the American legion's JUonal Americanism commission. n. need a little cheer now much as they did when they The boys Just a they were In VERY IMPORTANT "Magnificent, But Not War" There Is at least one delegate to the arms conference who was not worrying over the question that the allies were asking before the A. E. F. arrived: "Can the Yanks fight?" This delegate is Sir Arthur Lee of Fare-hnK. C. B., first lord of the British admiralty. For he had stood under a tree and had watched the Americans h x go up San Juan hill in Cuba In the Spanish-America- n war. Up to that time it was a military maxim that losses of 15 per cent always stopped an attacking force advancing on an entrenched enemy. After the battle the Spanish regulars complained bitterly that the Americans did not play the game fairly. "We shot them down, but they kept coming and tried to catch us with their bare hands," they said. Lord Lee, who was then Capt Arthur Lee, British military observer, shut up his field glaifses, and, as he wiped the perspiration from hla brow, he exclaimed, "This is magnificent, but it Is not war." Sir Arthur was born in 1868, and entered the Royal artillery In 1888. In 1890, when military attache in Washington he married Miss Ruth Moore of New York. He won his K. C. B. In the World war. He has traveled all over the world. He became M. P. in 1900 for the Fareham division of Hampshire. i j I ll the 1TV,,M SBaSftS' BafBtfaVBtSaatfkafaasV r') of Rocks Have Feathers. d by the United States Department of Aurlcuiture.) The Barred Plymouth Uock, the ro st (Prepared majority favoring reciprocity with the United States. In the new house of commons W. L. MacKenzle King, liberal leader, will have a clear majority over all parties. He will thus become ( prime minister of the Dominion. The progressives, also favoring reciprocity and a low tariff, will rank second, and the high tariff party, headed bv. Premier Meighen, third. The fall of the Meighen government, with Its high-tariplatform, was as spectacular as the defeat of Sir Wilfrid Laurler's liberal administration in 1911 on its policy of reciprocity with the United States. In this election, high tariff, as championed by Premier Meighen, lost to the reciprocity program of Mr. King. Three provinces, Quebec, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, returned solid liberal contingents. Ontario, re garded as the fortress of conservatism and protection, showed a liberal gain of more than twenty seats. Seven members of the Meighen government. In addition to the premier himself, were defeated, five In Quebec and two in Nova Scotia. oi ff Kind to His Mother and Wife If you were the wife of a multi- millionaire finance wizard And he lost his last penny And he was thrown into prison Would you stay loyal to him while the whole world condemned him? Would you leuve his mansion and live in a flat with ids mother, awaiting his release? Would you get back your old Job as a stenographer to enrn bread trSerf for yourself and his mother? Well, Mrs. Churles Ponzl Is doing 'yS fe?? Just that I Of course, you remember Ponzl. He promised clients to make millions In foreign exclinn:e operations. Federal ajrents Investigated ar.d proved he was a financial fuker. But "Chnrlie was honest," Mrs. Pond steadfastly maintains, "lie meant to do right by nil. Why, be could ha?e kept some of the SS.OOO.otK) lie gave back to Investors, lie could bnve burled a million and no one would have known the difference. "I've had several offers to et.ter the movies, but I Just can't capitalize Charlie's misery. It's too tragic. Of course. It's lonely for us without Chnrlie he was so kind and considerate. And let me tell yon this n num who's kind to his mother and wife can't bo bad at heart toward the rest of the world." Mrs. Ponzl hopes to hate her husband paroled before Ions. five-roo- 'i V-'"- Deserted Orchard Farm In the Northwest The Owner Failed Be-- cause of Poor Soil and Lack of Irrigation. important to consider various features that may have a decided bearing on the farm business or that may make the home life attractive. Home and Business Inseparable. The borne side of the question must always be kept In mind, for the farm home and the farm business are inseparable. The desirable farm from a business standpoint many times Is found undesirable If It bus no social On the or community advantages. other hand, desirable living conditions are of little or no advantage unless swpphMnented by a successful farm bastneee. lu selecting a farm It should be borne la mind that It requires a farm bmrineea of considerable sir.e to pro vide an Income that will merely cover maintenance charges, and that these charges are relatively larger for small farms than for large ones, A farm must be of such a size as to furnish mom of the supplies needed In the farmer's living, snch as garden and fruit, and enough Income to pay the taxes ami running expenses. Utile., however, there Is a margin alove thee annual maintenance charges no progress can be made toward accumulating a surplus.. Anotlrer feature wMch the farm seker should see to Is that prosiwrta for crop yields are more than suflleleiit to balance the cost of productbrn. Bolls of low fertility are hnndlcapped Kine are found to be u positive llahllity If It Is necessary to farm them. It Is, wefl to Inquire thoroughly Into iiup yields, not only those that have been oMalrMvl on the farm Itself for a ktIo1 of year Irut those reullzed on adjacent farms. KqKly essential to the success of the farm business Is high quality of the live sto enterprise. To haixlee live etK"k o it will pay for fee l, ure. A MINERAL The government of President Carlos vaudeville stage In offering If " ;.h. ber services to the American Iurlng the war Miss Gould siient the period of America's parBeS ticipation in vis E. various A. tlte F. iting billeting amis, staging entertainments for the soldiers. After she had passed most of lnst summer in government hospitals and recreation camps entertnlnlng sick and wounded men. Miss Gould Informed the legion that on her theatrical tour of the winter she would give ber serv Ices free to legion posts In all the towns she visits. Many posts are availing themselves of the opport unity to have a stage star feature their ama-u- r theatricals for the benefit of I at disabled service iuen. Peculiarity For the first time in ten years Canada has elected a parliament with a - Flymouth Standard-BrProducing Must Maintain Two Separate Flocks in Order to Keep Show Birds Uniform. do my share," said Miss Gould of Rita Barred Reciprocity Wins in Canada . . Breeders Fowls New President in Guatemala France, homesick, and misera- cold ble. and labor Is more than u mere matter of management, for It Is dependent not only on cheap roughage, pasture, market, and securing lubor at reason, able rates, but also on the quality of, the animals kept, Crop laud, in itself, is of little value unless it Is so situated that It can be returns made to yield profitable Marry Things to Consider That the use of labor and through A farm" of 100 acres, machinery. May Have Decided Bearing on acre, may be a much at valued $100 on Home and Business. better purchase if practically all of the land can be put to some profitable use, than unother farm of 1G0 acres, DESIRABLE at $50 an acre, of which large areas FERTILITY ."MOST are practically useless, owing to streams, and swamps that cannot be Essential to Success of Enterprlee la drained, or rough stony tracts poorly suited even for pasture. Hlflti Quality of Live Stock-L- ook As an aid to persons about to buy to Source and Defarm land, the Department of Agripendability of Water. culture has published Farmers' Bulletin 1088 entitled, "Selecting a Farm." trwipaaea by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Copies of the bulletin may be had The wise selection of a farm is vital free hy addressing a request to the to the success and satisfaction of farm department at Washington, D. C, life. Choosing a farm often means choosing a place In which to live and DOUBLE MATING FOR work for a lifetime. It is important, of course, to decide wisely In buying for EXHIBITION COLORS InveeCsnent, says the United States Department of Agriculture, but in making a selection for a home it is doubly SELECTING FAR -- Men. gates to investigate the possibilities afforded here before going elsewhere. The famous Levan ridge is known throughout the world. Two railroads pass through NephL : : MIXTURE FOR HOGS persons were killed and several wounded. The president surrendered Ms powers to a provisional government headed by Jose Maria Lima. General Orcllana and Miguel Larruve. Sf X. I !, , former undersecretary of war. The provisional government Is said to have imprisoned Fottlgn Minister Luis Agulrre, Finance Minister Knilllo Escamllla, Vice President Zelnyn, the V f president of the congress, Rafael Tin , f ol, and various members of the unionist party. The casualties came ns the result of resistance to the revolutionists hy the police of Gtintemala City. The Country then became tranquil. Efforts are being made to constitute m negal congress to carry on the In Guatemala,". according to advice from Guatemala City received at Washington by Irnnclsro Faticbes La tour, formerly national treasuier Guatemala and representative In America of the liberty part hi r a ;rs 1 1,.'. 1.- - '.' Breeding Flock on Government Poultry Farm at Celtsville, Md. are suitable for this Una of breeding. In mating for females of stuiwlurti color, females of about the desired color are nseil with a medium II:ht mate ir ot e that Is two or three ihad'-- lighter thnti standurd and with harrlti. This is known ns the pullet iniiiliiK. lieciuise It produees s greater percent use nf females of ths proer color, while the mules are 'ou light hut pmI for carrying on this i.of breeding. s ESSENTIAL FEED FOR SHEEP Ob- Clean Cover Hay ( or Corn Stover Mikes Good Winter Roughage-Alf- alfa Is Fattening. Tbnt mineral mixtures for swine are Feed the nheep properly. An overfed lloek toys hut little better than an underfed one. Clean corn stover ir rimer buy makes goo.l ronliHge fur winter feed. Alfalfa Is also gisicl, hut truiM be fed sparingly, as It Is too ewes If fel lu fnttenlng for Clearly Shown In Results tained Laot Summer by Iowa Experiment Station. Value Herrera of Guatemala has been overthrown, after fighting In which three popular breed of poultry on the farms, and therefore the most numerous of the many now raised in the country, has a peculiarity from which. arises special breeding problems. This Is the plumage marking of dark and light bars that hus been known for so long and which makes if almost essential to make two separate matlngs to get standard color in both the males and the females. In mating for males of exhibition color a male of about standard color is used with medium dark females, or those two or three shades darker than- - females of exhibition color, lu which the barring Is as distinct and as narrow ns possible. This mating is known as the cockerel mating because It produces a greater percentage of standard-colored while th) males, females produced are too dark, but . l if vnliinlrla Is clearly shown In some results grttt i by the aullnyl hitslniiMlry sectifm of the Iowa agricultural station during the past summer, (tw group of hogs, fed a min- eral mixture, nie pnsture and o mixture of fhelled corn, corn germ meal. Unseed oil meal and a minimum amonrrt of tankage. Rained 27 per cent over the txnt check lot. These hogs ruin of U pounds mnita ai for a period ot 00 days. nvi-0B- Shelter Q'rdes Furniture. G4 nrtder cm v oil hot bels, iawn seftts end other garden furniture not needed ontslde. Winter weather wears them fai. In if.-- amotii.ts. 8unfloweri for Sllace. n valtiuhle slla;.x crop In New Mexico, according to a three-yea- r experiment Just finished nl the New Mexico College of Agriculture. Itulletln 126 Just Issued tells all about them. Rniifloem are Milk, Meet and Wool, Cheap milk, meat and wool Is made from silage and alfalfa bay plus a little grain. Swine Pay Profits. Tear tn and year out swine pay The most expensive on I: ual profits to tli careful breeder and farm la the scrub sire. feeder. mi the .