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THE TIMES-NEW- si WW CIRCULAT- S i n ES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTY AND IS A VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : i irsvi Railroad Crossings At Juab ng Question At Lake Salt to Adjourned Issue-Heari- The full board ot the Public Utilities Commission met in the Courthouse in this city Monday morning,' there being present A. R. Heyw.ood, chairman, Judge Greenwood, Warren Stoutnor, and W. L. Cook, reporter for the commission. Other interests present at tad meeting were: B J. Finci, represeting the Federal Bureau of Roads, P. G. Peterson, chairman of (he state road commission, H. C. Means, state road engineer, Dana T. Smith, attorney for the Salt Lake Route, and W. G. Ortne, Geo. Frau-coand John Bunnell, the Juab m County Commissioners. The meeting was called to decide the question relative to the eiliminat-io- n of the two grade crossings near Juab, these crossing being ..on the primary highway, which is now included in the federal aid project for this valley The cost to the railroad company on a basis of them paying half of the expense was 'estimated at $10,000. The railroad company through its attorney Mr Smith, stated that on account of the limited amount of traffic and the open country on each side of the crossings, the company thought that the road could be left as at present Mr. Finch, in behalf of the Government, stated that the present traffic was no criterion of what would eventually take place between Salt Lake and Los Angeles, when this highway He stated further was completed. that it would be the policy of the government to eliminate grade crossings on. primary roads wherever possible. After hearing the views of and Mr. Means of the state road commission, and the county commissioners on the question at is sue, the hearing was continued for two weeks, ith thu understanding that the remainder of the hearing be held in Salt Lake City Gunnison' Wins Fast Game From Nephi Gunnison won a fast game of baseball Sunday afternoon from the local team by the score of 11 to 7. The game was played at Gunnison, and was a nip and tuck affair until the beet diggers eighth innings, when filled the bases and Halverson smashed out a home run which brought in 4 tallies wnich clinched the game in their lavor. .features of the game were home runs made by 1. M. Petty and Bryan Petty. Olpin and Beiliutou divided the pitcaing and did good work, ine Gunnison boys are anxious to sign up tor a series of five games it is gala, out the locals want a little k more practice before attempting like this. The home team will prouaoly cross bats with the Lev an team next Wednesday on the local diamond. Mrs. Flora Maiben PassesAway At tae age of 87 years, Mrs. Flora iMaiben, for many years a resident of Nephi, passed away Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. V. E. Mrs. Candland in Salt Lake City. Mai ben, had lived in Utah for over seventy years, having come to this state in 1851. For a number of years piioCfiie deceased had liveu here" at the home of her daughter Mrs. V. E. Candland, until the family moved to Mrs. Salt Lake about a year ago. Maiben was the mother of 12 children, seven of whom survive her. Fifty grandchildren and thirty five great grand cuildren, and two brothers survive her. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon. Dies In Murray At his home in Murray, Sunday, J. Pettigrew, a former resident of this city passed away at the age ot 65. For several year the deceased was a resident of Nephi and was well respected by all who knew him. He was born in Salt Lake City, but lived for a number of years in Carey, Idaho, from walcli place he moved to this city, purchasing the place owned by Lrigham Garrett. Mr. Pettigrew, is survived by his wife, and two sous and two daughters, also his brother Wm. H. Pettigrew, formerly Bishop of the Nephi South Ward, and one Mrs. J. H. Paul. Interment Mayor T. C. Winn, returned yester- sister Salt Lake City Cemday from Los Angeles where he has took place in the enjoyed a couple of weeks vacation. etery Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Winn, and Miss Luelja Winn, will remain in the California city tor Thirty six people from Juab Stake Temple two weeks longer, the guest of Mr. went over to the Mantl Wednesday. and Mrs. Herman Winn. M. any-thin- . - i rhUU - ts 1 ' fSf i BOY SCOUT , V y AUTOCA6TITR Kidnapped by a maniac and held prisoner without food or water for fifty hours was the thrilling experience of Mrs. James Jenkins (left) and Miss Gertrude McMann (right) of Omaha, Nebraska. H. E. Boyd, shown in the picture, came to their rescue but was also captured and chained to them. They were held in a shack of the kidnapper, a desperado named Gus Grimes. Boyd finally escaped and brought help to the women. HOW ABOOT THE ut INSTALL NEW SODA V FOUNTAIN THIS WEEK The Lunt Pharmacy Company installed a fine new modern soda foun. tain in their place of business the early part of this week, which CAMPAIGN? CLEAN-U- P A few weeks ago publicity was given througa this paper of a Clean City campaign with prizes offered the Boy Scouts who succeeded in having the cieanest district by July. The summer is moving, along and the month of July will soon be here, and what kind of a showing is going to be made? There are a great many weeds accumulating along the, sidewalks and streets already, and unless peopie got busy soon, many of these weeds will go to seed and spread a new crop for next year. Tais applies especially where June Grass and oiner noxious weeds are prevalent. With the large number of tourists that are now daily passing tnrough our city there should be enough civic priue generated to at least rid the main street of the town of unsightly and pesky weeds. With a united effort on the part ot ever citizeit'f Vis good work can be accomplished " a great dear of e&ort, but if each one waits for the other fellow noting will be done. Let us all boost and work for a clean city, and a main street free from weeds. Is a credit to taeui and the city. The fountain was purchased from the Webber Company of Los Angeles and the very latest 'design and make. The old fountain that was taken out' was disposed of to ilr. Jackman of Levan. is Mrs. Laura Ingram, came down from Salt Lake City yesterday. Geo. A. Sperry Jr, left Monday for Salt Lake City where he will atteud the University of Utuh summer school for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brough, motored to Provo Tuesday, where they spent the day with their daughters, Mrs. T. L. Schofleld and Mrs. John Schofleld. CREATES " lllS WILL ORGANIZE - - fV - SIDEWALK PAVING BAND BU08T-E- K The M. I.A. Band Committee met with the Stake Presidency Tuesday evening to further outline the plans for a band. The committee reported that the school authorities could not see their way clear to take over the propos'tion that the committee had put forward. In view of tais fact it was decided after some discussion of the question to organize a boy scout band, from members of the three troops of this city. To finance such a band, it will be necessary to solicit help from the var ious clubs, the city government, bus! ness men and auxiliary .organizations. Mr. Ralph Barnes, who has had sever al years experience in band work was engaged as leader, and all boy scouts who wish to join the band should see Mr. Barnes at once and make arran gements with him as to the kind of instrument needed. Any person having instruments would confer a favor by making it known to Mr. Barnes, as it will be necessary to secure the loan of some Instruments until such time as the boys can be equipped. Jas. W. Pax-machairman of the band committee was unanimously elected president of the band association at the close of the meeting. n, DISTRICT SPECIAL PROGRAM The City Council met In regular session Friday evening, taere being present Geo. A. Sperry Jr., Mayor pro-teCouncilmen Forrest, Booth, Pay and Beagley. A special program will be given The principal business transacted Sunday to commence at 8 p. was the passing, of an ordinance cre- m. underevening the of the Juab auspices ating side-wal- k paving district num- Stake M. I. A. The program is in ber 14. This district which takes in line with the meetings being held side-wal- k paving in various parts of throughout the Church and known as the city is given in detail in the ord "Law Enforcement Week" commeninance which is published in another cing next Sunday, June 18th. part of this paper. The is the program that Another important matter taken has beenfollowing outlined for the occasion. up by the council was the securing America By Congregation of additional powe'rv from the Big Prayer President T. D. Rees Springs Electric Company, the wires Vocal Solo "T'ae Flag Without A from whose plant will soon be laid Stain" Mrs. Allie Belliston past the local plant to1 Levan. After Reading "Columbus" Miss Oneita some for the time discussing question Rees the matter was left in the hands of America, 'A Land Choice Above All the committee for further in vest Other Lands" 10 minute talk by Vgation. J W. Boud. Claims agaigsjt the city for th Song "'Columbus the Gem of the Ocetfionth of May were allowed. . by Congregation an "Our Inspired Constitution, The Supreme Law of the Land" 10 minute FISHING SEASON talk by Dennis Wrood OPENED YESTERDAY Reading "God Give Us Men" Dr. N. J. Rees. "The Meaning of Good Citizenship" 10 Minute talk by T. H. Burton. Practically all of the sports of Ne- Song "Liberty Bell" by L P Anderson phi were absent from this city yester "Obedience To Law" 10 minute talk day the cause of their absence being by Mrs. W. F. Brough. the opening of the 1922 fishing Closing Song by Congregation season. According to ttie majority Bendiction . . Bishop A. H. Belliston of reports which reached town during the opening day, the that NOTICE OF KLECTIO.V OF DELE. opinion was freely expressed GATES TO THE REPUBLICAN the fishing in the canyon yesterday was the best in years. Catches rangSTATE CONVENTIONS ing from 16 to 35 were quite common, although some of the the trout To the Republican of the Nephi Precinct, Juab County, Utah: caught would need a rule to deter mine whothpr they complied with law Notice Is hereby given that there In the interrft of the sport, trout will be a primary (meeting) of the that do not fully measure up to the Republicans of the Nephi Precinct, law requirements should be thrown Juab County, Utah, held at the Counhack in the creek. ty Court House at the Court Room thereof In Nephi City, Juab County, Miss Helen Smith. Is spending the Utah, on the 19th day of June A. D. week in Ephralm. the guest Of Mr. 1922, at the hour of 8.30 p. m. of said day for the purpose of electing and Mrs. S. E. MrCafTerty. the following delegates to attend the Mrs. Stella Slack, returned to her Republican State Convention, and the home in Arizona yesterday after vis Republican Congressional Convention mother Mrs. D. K. District No. 1, o he held at Salt Lake King with lirown for several weeks City, Utah, on July 14th and 15th, ...... t: 1st For the purpose o? electing Leslie Ilw)l h, who has been attend-I- n school In Los Angeles the past five (5) delegates to attend the State winter returned to Nephi this morn- nominating convention to be held Friday, July 14th, 1922, at 10 o"clock ing. A. M. at the Salt Lake Theatre, Salt Mrs. Enoch Burton, entertained Lake City. Utah, for the purpose of V'ednesday evening at a dinner party nominating One U. S. Senator, One complimentary to Mrs. E. E. Slack, Justice of the Supreme Court of the who Is leaving this week for her State of Utah, aud a Supt. of Public home in Arizona after visiting her Instruction of the State of Utah. And for several weeks. The dinner was to attend to such other business as served at tfte Forrest Hotel. The re- may tegally and properly come before mainder of the evening was spont at said convention. 2nd For the purpose of electing the home of Mrs. Burton, where 600 five (5) delegates to attend the Rewas played. publican Congressional Convention of We sre In rerelpt of a copy of the the District No. 1, of the Stat of "Dnsser" the snntisl yer book pub- Utah, to be held In the Hotel Utah at lished by th Aerlniltural College of 10 a. m. on July 15th, 1922 at Utah. The hook this year Is of ex- Salt Lake City, Utah, for the purpose cellent merit and gives the render sn of nominating one congressman for lda of the splendid work that Is done said district, andas to attend to such shall legally and at this tte Institution. Of Interest other business com! before Raid convention to Iti feoj hre is the fact that Mr. properly Dated at Nephi, Utah, this Eth Rerd I s ley, of this city, was the editor In rhlef of the book, and the day of June, A. D. 1922. JAMES GARRETT JR. many Item" of Interest Hint have hepn Chairman of the Republican Pregathered In t'le compilation of thecinct Committee "Buzzer" scak volum" for the abllTIIOS. II. BURTON Mty and energy shown by the editor nd his staff. Secretary , ' j Vote Donation of $25 To- - wards'Expense o! Day-W- ill L. Hoyt Speaker One of the best programs given tais year was enjoyed Monday at the regular luncheon of the local Klwanis Club. Among the distinguished guests present were, A. R. Heywood, chairman of the Public Utilities Commission, Warren Stoutnor, also a member of the commission, Dana T. Smith, attorney for the Union Pacific Railroad, John T. Caine III, of the Agricultural College, and L. M. Winsor, also of the college. President Haymond, occupied th chair, and announced that the "Vis-Iounder the direction of Prof. Stephens of Salt Lake would be glved Prof. In the Tabernacle June 24th. Evan Stephens being present with a double quartet of his singers, rendered in fine style, "Carry Me Back To Old Virginny" and "America" Attorney W1J1 L Hoyt, the speaker of the day, then gave a splendid address on Patriotism. Judge Heywood, of the utilities commission, Dana T. Smith, and John T. Caine, were then called upon for a talk and responded in an appropriate manner. The Batchelor Sisters, and Miss Helen Cowan, then rendered two Instrumental selections in a very pleasing and entertaining style. n" On motion of V M Foote, which carried unanimously, the club declared for a proper observance of the Nations Birthday on July 4th, and the club to donate the sum of $25 to help defray the expenses. The mater was referred to the pubUc. affairs committee, to take the mater up with the other clubs of the city. The attendance prize which was given by Lunt Pharmacy Company was won by Judge Heywood, one ot the guests ot the day. Miss Viola Worthlngton was accompanist for the singing and Kiwanian Art Pyper conducted. SPRINKLING WITH KEROSENE 1 to-wl- xuc DECLARE CELEBRATION hr Same Old Speed s oZstsj C7 i Former Resident o! Nephi e Ho-Hu- m! f- PRAISE IN SALT LAKE The Ladies Glee Club from this city, under the direction of K. J. Bird, who sang at the M. I. A. conference at Salt Lake City Saturday and Sun day, were very highly complimented on their work by a large number of the people present. In this connection Mr, Bird received two letters yesterday which are self explanatory. K. J. Bird, Nephi, Utah, Dear Brother Bird. Please convey to the young ladies of the Girls' Glee Club the sincere thanks of the General Board ot the Y. M. M. I. A. for their delightful and efficient service at our June Conference. May the Lord continue to bless you in your good work. Sincerely yours, OSCAR A. KIRKHAM, Executive Director K. J. Bird, Nephi, Utah, Dear Brother Bird. If you could hear all the compliments that have been piid to your Girls' Glee Club for the beautiful music which you rendered at our Conference, I believe you would feel repaid for the effort you made in renWe surely dering us this service. appreciate it and congratulate you on having effected such a splendid organization. Kindly extend our thanks to all the girls of the Club. Very truly yours, CLARISSA A. BEESLEY, General Secretary Y. L. M. I. A. 19 A THE NEWS, VOL. 8. NO. 83 COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH. 1022 V... HERE S FOB THE AGIUCULTCHAL INTEREST 'F : : . t ! JUAB COUNTY Women Kidnapped by Desperado GLEE CLUB WINS TIMES-NEW- AND MINING NEPHI, JUAB HOLD HEARING THE v THE TIMES, VOL 18, NO. 15 COMMISSION I. REMEDY AGAINST ANTS To get rid of lawn ants entomolo gists of the United States Department of Agriculture suggest drenching the nests with boiling water or pouring In a small quantity of kero sene oil. Similiar treatment may be applied to nests between or beneath paving stones. Spraying the lawn with kerosene emulsion or with very strong soap wash is also recommended. For large ant nests disulphid of carbon injected Into the nest by means of an oil can or a small syringe Is recommended to kill the ants.' The fumes of disulphid of carbon have a very disagreeable odor and are in- flamable, but they are not Injurious to higher animals In the open air. WIDE TIRE LAW IS NOW IN FORCE State Road Agent Leroy Brough, Is in receipt of a communication this rweek from the Secretary of State, calling attention to the fact that the law which prohibits the use of narrow tires on wagons, etc, has been In force since January 1st, 1920, and the letter calls upon all ofllcers of the state to enforce this law. Th tetter also calls the attention of the road agent to tie law relative to speed, and overloaded trucks on paved highways. Citizens who are effected by these laws will do well to. take steps to comply with same a It Is evident that the rtate officials are. going to move In the matter of thplr enforcement. WILL PRESENT "THE VISION" JUNE 24TH Prof. number and a present Evan Stephens, assisted by of soloists of Halt Lake City, chorus of local singers will the sacred cantata "The Vis-Ioat the Tabernacle in this city The Saturday evening, June 24th. words and music wore written by Prof Stephens, former leader of the Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir. According to thu opinion of those who have beard the cantata It will be one of the best entertainments that has appear ed In this city in a long lime. n"