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THE TIMES-NEW- THE TIME8-NICW- 8 IS A BOOHT. EU FOR THE AGRICULTURAL AND MINING INTEREST OF JUAB COUNTY i V J; I CIRCULAT- 8 ES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTY AND IS A VALUA BLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ." : NEPHI, JUAB COTTNTV, UTAH, THE TIMES, VOL, 13, NO. 35. CONTENTION ' Clubs. " 7 ;v EMBER 3RD, 1923 THE NEWS, ARTIES HOLD , v POLITCAL RALLIES '.. At meetings' of. the local Kiwanis and. Commercial Clubs, held Monday u. and Wednesday, resolutions were pas- -' sed unanimously favoring the Unibn J Pacific, as against the Southern "Pac- -' lfic, in their contest'relative ta the disposal ct future standing : of the Central Pacific 'railroad. Talks were given at both - meetings by Judge Loyle, J. A, Reeves, and W. H"., Lee of the Union Pacific", who. explained the causes that had led up to thi 'preseht contention between the two roads.; " i After "hearing the arguments put forth by these representatives the opinion was unanimous among" the club members that the Union Pacific cause was Just and in yiew of the fact that the Supreme Court of the , United States had twice decided this ques tion 'in favor of the Union Pacific, it was the consensus of opinion of those .present that the. decision of theSup- reme- Court should stand, ' i After listening to the "..arguments it put forth by the U. seems increditable that any .person living in Utah could favor the South em Pacific case, if the interests' of Utah are considered at aU,., The propoganda that has been spread a- broad by the Southern Pacific 1h the attempt to enlist public opinion to their side, notwithstanding the fact that the Supreme Court has , ruled against them twice this year is to say the least contemptible, .The interests of the Union Pacific, are - so inter woven with the economic and buslr.ess life of Utah, that any. dwarfing of this roads activities, cannot help ' but strike a blow at the future pros perity of this state. than forty years a resident of Nephi, passed away, October; 19th, at her ome in Santa Monica, California, at ' the age of 7,7 yearg ' .., Mrs. Andrews, was one Of the early settlers of Utah, having emigrated to Utah in 1862 from. England. . Her usband Charles Andrews, was a for mer of this city, and was lse engaged fpr many years in the wool business,' .Tae family moved to California about fifteen years ago,She is (survived by her husband and the fallowing children: Elizabeth and Josephine Andrews, Mrs. 8., D, Mar vin of Santa Monica Calif, Mrs. K. A. Tilson.Lpuis W. and Alonzo W. And Saturday night at the Venice theatre, J. Reuben Clark, was the spe- ker at the Republican Rally, and told in a forcible manner some of the prfu- Ipal points at issue in this campaign. Dr. N. J. Rees presided at the meeting nd songs were rendered by the Cole city. .. ;-- v v.- -' -' ' Sisters. ' Tuesday evening was a big ' night tor the Democrats, as Senator Wm. H. was King, candidate for be speaker of the evening. Senator King is one of the most able speakers In the state and presented the issues rom the Democratic viewpoint as not any ojrer speaker in the party can do. County Chairman J. C. Hau presided. 'posta-mste- rews of Drtggs, Idaho. :. , v ; PAUL ANDERSON DIES IN HOSPITAL ROAD OPENING " . - ' "RECEIVESlMTRACT5 FOR STAKE SEMINARY The contract for the erection of the Juab Stake Seminary, was award ed to the local building contractor Arthur Gadd. The bidding was very close, and only a few dollars separ ated the high and low bid. Mr. Gadd expects to have the building ready by Jan. 1st, If the weather is not too severe in the meantime. The locatibn of the Seminary will be on the west side of Alain street opposite the new high school building and the cost will be over $5,000. The building will be used as stake house In addition to fhe Semi nary, and will also be used by some of the priesthood quorums. VOTING PLACES FOR ELECTION TUESDAY The following Is a list of the voting places in Juab County, where the voters will go In their respective dls trlcts to cast their ballot at the ele ction next Tuesday November 7th 1. Oddfellows District NeDhi District 3 District 2. City Hall. Co door to Enterprise Grocery District 3. North Ward Amusement Hall. Eureka District 1. Courthouse District 2. City Hall. Disriit High School Building. Levan Precinct. Courthouse. Mills. Residence of Wm. C. Orgill Moiia Precinct, Courthouse. City Hall Mammoth Precinct. Silver City, Courthouse. DRAWS CROWD S. S. umn.ts8iee Stewart of OEden. W. W. ana Wallace Campbell of Provo, and Lee Huff of Payson, have been spending the week here on mat ters pertaining to the timber supply the nearby forest reserves. They Iso took up the matter of setting a- slde Aydrews Canyon as a camping ground, and with this end la view, no timber will be taken from this area itil this question. is settled by the. Forest officials. "; L'' la relation to the selection of this canyon for this purpose, It is felt Citizens of Juab County turned out last Friday evening at the formal opening of the paved highway between this city and the Utah County line. Headed' by the Payson band, parade of, automobiles many of them decorated, left. the Tabernacle at 5 p.. m., and traveled to Mona on the paved road... Here the band play ed several selections -and then return-ed to. this city, The parade as it stretched out a- long the concrete highway was nearly five miles long,, there being from two to three hundred cars in the parade. -- - It 4s estimated. Arriving , - in ..Nephi the crowd ad journed to fhe library grounds where The a big steer nad been roasted. barbecue committee had been busy for a couple of hours carving up the roast beef, and before the big crowd had all been satisfied, 1850 sand wiches had been served .by the com mittee in charge,' and 125"ioaves of . - --1settnaeoip. Z breads After the baroecue a program- songs and speeches were given, these included an address of welcome1 by Dr. N. J. Rees, president of the Nephi Commercial Club, E. S. Hinckley of theProvo Chamber of Commerce, and a talk by Mr. Arney of the Seattle noTclnnment T.eaeue. Songs were eiven bv the Cole Sisters, and sele ctions by a quartet composed of K Bird. Arthur Pyper, Clarence W ar ner and R. Q. Dorius. J. W. uoua executive chariman, was master or ceremonies, during the exercises at the library grounds. After the program, a free dance was given in the Arlington, wnicn was crowded to its capacity. Much credit is due the various committees for putting over the celebration, es pecially is this true of the barbecue committee, this being one of the big Jobs pertaining to the festivities. A large number of out of town vis Itors came to Nephi for the occasion there being several car loads from Eureka. Mammoth, and Silver City Provo. Levan and Mona were also well represented. The road which is 16 miles long is built of solid concrete and is said to he an excentionallv good piece of of thi work. The commissioners county are to be complimeted on the completion of the job, as it marks a step forward in the progress of thi county that will be more and more appreciated as the years pass by. I "A RENTH TEACI I ER ORGANIZ ATION ENJOY SOCIAL About 100 of the Parents-Teache- r organization of this city enjoyed ('anting party and social at the North Ward Amusement Hall Tuesday even ing. Talks were also given by K. J Bird, on the subject of music, Mrs Emma Brough, discussed school soc ials, and Mr. Stewart talked on atten dance and home preparation. A com niittee composed of Mrs. Emm PROGRAMS M. I. SUNDAY EVENING trough, .Mrs. T. H. Burton, Mrs. S C. Chase, Mlsa Elva Jennings, an Ray Stewart were appointed to select WARD NORTH e set of officers for the coming year Mr. Ingram presided at the social P'ano Prelude .... .Mrs. Rulon Garrett est and T. O. Durham had charge of th Singing "Utah the Star of the dance and games. Prayer Mnrfn 'Utah the Queen of the West The Woodbine Club entertained Vrwal Solo. "Out Whore The West Arthur V. Pyper Tuesday evening at a Hallowe'en par nerlns" Rpudinr "Tribute to the Pioneers' ty at the home of Mrs. Harry Black Miss Leone Ingram The rooms were beautifully decorated for the occasion In Hallowe'en colors. Vocal Solo "The Scgo of the Valley Miss Arvilla Lnn Spooky games were played during th Talk "Utah and its Resources" By C evening, and refreshments were ser W. Johnson ved to the following: Air. and Mrs Home So W. J. Olpin. Mrs. Charles Black, Mrs Binrinff ''Our Mountain J. C. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. James Dear" Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Lin ton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ingram NEPHI WARD Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black, Mr. an Mr. Bird and Company Mrs. Edgar Park. Mr. and Mrs. A. B Quartet Ruth Sporry Gibson, Mrs. Fred Kendall, Mrs. Stan Reading Bryan Pcttty ley Jarrett. Mrs. J. W. Olpin. Miss Cornet Solo T. O. Durham Fanny Read, Mrs. Annie Read, Mr Current Events Mrs. Alice Crnpo Dfll Carter, and Mr. Rollo Howell Vocal Solo - . . . , Canyon would make an Ideal park Iqi the people of this section,-ithe , . v. nrnna. ,rto j provision made for the necessary Paul Ajiderson, tie 24year old sou water upplys.Tbia area contains a4 ot Mr, auu Mrs. f. t. Anaeisou, pas- - good supply of pine tress ;1 which sea away suuuay evening in a , Salt woujd make an Ideal place for such - . Lake lioupiiui, lonowiug me result ot park..:. an ' operation tor appendicitis which was performed several days prior to ' , cis death. INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR The young man was stricken a ftj.w weeks ago while away from home, SHOW NOV. and was advised by the doctor to MRS. GERVSHA L. ISOSWELL which he sought aid to- go to the hospital and have an opeation parMr. Judd, of the local Ford Agency lorined. He came home and was OF taken by his brother Attorney P. N Informs ua that- one of the biggest Anderson, to the hospital where the tractor displays ever seen in the operation was had, and he seemed to State of Utah, will take place in Salt be getting along nicely until about a Lake City, from November 6th to week ago, when complications set in, 11th. from which he died as stated above. According to Mr. Judd, there will He is survived by his parents and be over $75,000 worth of Fordson Life-long Gerusha L.' Boswell j Resident Of Nephi Dies At three brothers, P. N? Anderson, Parks tractors on display at the show. An - Survived By Numerous Anderson, and Jay Anderson. The etrort is being made to interest farm Of six. The Age Eighty sympathy of the entire community is ers, contractors, mining men, road Funeral Services Held Tuesday. ... Posterity. extended to the family In their bere commissioners, engineers, etc, throu avement, In the untimely death of ghout the State of Utah, to attend son and, brother. ouun, Lucy claim it lb uu Ul. T3oswefl7onel the sociatloSf, thft.ble ODonrtunltis to e an exhlh-- . 'rveuTinnuleAtot Gerusha at nin noble band of pioneers who came to ful Latter Day Saint. In time of sick nesday afternoon, in the jsorm wara rii Utah in 1847 laid down life's cares ness.she was always on hand, and "her meeting house, Bishop C. H. Grace cf the men who are' nsfne- tractors in .' .... . Saturday morning at 9.30 a. m. and name for years was a household word being in charge. The opening prayer tny line of work ; Mr. The states Judd that E. spea Lunt. J. was offered in was in this for arrangements home she at by the community, peacefully passed away kers were T. C. Winn, Jesse Pay, J are already being made for a party of her daughter Mrs. Ed. Bowles, deed the mother of many. with whom she had liyed with for Impressive funeral services were N. C. Pexton, and Bishop Grace. Jtacn to go from this city. some time passed. She was surroun held Tuesday afternoon in the Taber speaker spoke words of consolation ded by her children and many of her nacle, and was attended by a large and comfort to the family, and told numerous posterity when the end number of friends and relativees of the good qualities of the young FOREST SERVICE SU M- The man, and of his industrious habits came, and the passing of this splen- Bishop C. H. Grace presided. MARIZES FORESTLAWS did woman closed a life that has in opening song was given by the Re of life. Musical numbers were renderd by very deed been an inspiration to those lief Society Choir of the three wards who she has lived amongst for so of this city. "When First The Glor K. J. Bird, Mrs. Allie Belllston, Mrs ious Light of Truth" Prayer was then Mabel Lunt. and a cello solo by R many years. turning Born April 2t0h, 1836, In Buffalo, offered by Jas. D. Pexton. The choir Q. Dorius. Bendlction was pronoun outNumerous states are now forestry legislation so rapidly Interment New York, the daughter of Madison then sang the hymn "Resting Now ced by A. J. Gowers. took place in the Vine Bluff Ceme that it is Impossibly for the public D. Hambleton, and Chelnicia Smith From Care and Sorrow." to keep pace with the work along N. Rees were Dr. J. The speakers tery. Beautiful flowers covered me Hambleton, she joined the Latter Day this line, says the Forest Service. Saints Church at the age of 8 years. L. A. Bailey Sr. Jas. W. Paxman casket. United States Department of AgriShe endured the many trials and hard David Cazier, A. J. Gowers, and Bis culture. were to Nauvoo tributes Grace. from Sterling hop ships while traveling In addition to covering new ground the Salt Lake Valley, being then a paid by each sepaker to the life of the HIGH SCHOOL NOTES the states are effecting radical and young girl of eleven years. She ar- deceased pioneer, telling of the good in former laws. rived in Salt Lake City in Sept 1847, work and noble traits of character OF THE WEEK and the need changes a handbook on this for to later she which five and was married possessed. years subject is making itself felt in the Other musical numbers were given Abraham Boswell, who died here the form of requests for information. by Mrs. Ed Carter and L. P. Andei many years ago. were Officers for the school paper Such an handbook has just been iss The couple first moved to Mantl. ton, who sang "I Know That My Re elected Tuesday and the school hopes ued by the Forest Service entitled of Lover she and "Jesus deemer where Lives" to moved Nephi but later to have a good paper this year. The State Forestry Laws of 1921." It "Rock number She passed My Soul" The closing has lived ever since. following is a list of the- officers is arranged as a ready reference through many trials during the Wal cf Ages" was given by the choir, Editor, Miss Lazelle Chase, Circulat manual use both of the genfor ker and Black Hawk wars, and the Benediction was pronounced by Bis ion Manager Amos Chase, Business eral public the of the many indus and the Thomas follow that Bailey, hop naturally hardships These three tries that are vitally interested In Rex Ostler. Manager beautl were new The floral offerings country early settlement of a will select their staff and work will existing forestry laws. ful and profuse, and showed the such as Utah was at that time. In the near future. commence This publication, states the Forest She was the mother of ten children, teem in whlc!i the deceased was hold will serve the public in gath Service, and in manhood to the lived community. nine of whom Ladles Glee Club have started ering up the sum and substance of The or funeral now six The following attended the There are womanhood". work on a vaudeville to be put on in recent legislation and measuring it her children living, these being Mrs. from out of town: Mrs. Q. G. Crof connection with a picture show, for against certain basic principles which Martha A. Barton of Ferron, Mrs. ford of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs the nurDose of having a uniform are becoming more and more gener-rll- y M. A Mrs. SylH. L. Boswell of Provo, of Utah, Lamb Plymouth. Lucy The clu for this dress organization. recognized as essentials to such and Mrs. of Barton Ferron. Utah, Lucy selected a committee of four: Ad vester Boswell Owen Boswell, legislation. El HarMr. and Mrs. Lamb of Plymouth, Mrs. Ed. Bowles (of Nephi, and Clara Cooper, Melba Ander She also mer Madison of Mantl, Ole BoRwell Sperry, rison Boswell of Provo. Lois Lunt, to prepare an son and leaves 47 grandchildren, 102 great of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer take charge of the entertainment MILS. JUDD ENTERTAINS of Mr. Boswell Owen and WK1AL NEIGHBORS CLUB grand children and six great great Gardner, which will be presented as soon as F.ureka, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boswell grand children. possible. As a church worker she was prom- and family of Goshen. Mrs. Myrtle Mrs. G. R. Judd, entertained the inent for many years In Relief Soc- Finch of Goshen, and Mr. and Mrs Devotional exercises were given by Social Neighbors Club at her home Asof Boswell Alma Eureka. In the Primary iety activities, and the Student Body Officers on Tues Thursday afternoon at a Hallowe'en The following program wa party. day. The rooms were specially rendered: Prayer Amos Chase. Voc decorated for the occasion, and a STAKE CONFERENCE WILL DISCUSS al Solo Roger Lunt, Reading Kather dainty luncheon was served to the Ine Whitmore, Spice of Life Gordon following members and guests: Mrs. NOV. 11TH AND 12TK Wood, TAX AMENDMENTS Cowan T; D. Rees, Mrs. J. W. Boud, Mrs. Violin Solo Helen rt Address "Tax Dollar" by Hon. Wm Bailey, Mrs. Harry Foote, Mra. Bailey. N. J. Rees, Mrs. Geo. Ostler, Mrs. K. Con The Juab Stake J. At the Venice theatre tomorrow fcrence will convene Quarterly Bird, Mrs. P. B. Cowan, Mrs. I. M. in the Taber Devotional exercise were given Special guests: Mrs. V. M. Petty, night Saturday November 4th, undor nacle in this city Saturday, Novem of honor in Mrs. R. J. Huntington of Toothe auspices of the local farm bureau, ber 11th. Sessions will also be held by the Seniors Friday Foote, of th the Hon. Frank Evans, tax expert of on Sunday November 12th. It is not the anniversary of the birth ele, Mrs. J. R. Ellason and Mrs. Geo. Instrumen R. Davis of Salt Lake City, Mrs. the state farm bureau will discuss known let who will bo the vlsltln late TheodoreN. Roosevelt. H. S. Orchestra, pray James Bean, .Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mrs. tal selection the tax amendments that' are to be wilt an this be Solo Vocal probably er Mr. E. J. Poulson, Ernest Greenwood, and the hostess voted upon at the election next Tues- speakers, tiounced later. Ellen Cote, Life of Roosevelt by Will Mrs. Judd. f . K in force 23 Andrews Canyon May Be bet Aside For Recreatien I Park. . - - VOL. 6, NO. OREST OFFICERS HERE THIS WEEK Two rallies have been held the past-eeby the respective parties in (his Mrs. Sarah And Andrews, for. more Resolutions Passed By . The Commercial And Kiwanis -. NOV FORMER RESIDENT DIES IN CALIFORNIA CLUBS ENDORSE UP, FRfiftv, . . . . 6-11- TH - 184FPASSES PIONEER 10 GREAT - BEYOND SATURDAY MORNING -- I. j ion-m- - s- Gil-t.e- day, November 7th. The farmers and taxpayers in general are urgently invited to be present at the meeting. After the close of Mr. Evans' address the meeting will be thrown open for any questions or discussion that any taxpayer may wish to ask.- The local farm bureau invites the fullest Investigation concerning these amendments In order that every Itlzen can vote Intelligently on the question. - Oliver Nellson, W. II. Warner an J. A. Kendall, motored to Gunnison Saturday evening where they attend ed a meeting of the Poultry men from Juab, Sanpete and Sevier Coun ties. They report that a field man will be employed In the near future in each county to work with th poultry men and give them instruct Ions as to th operating of their busl ness along right lines. L Hoyt. The annual basket ball class ser ies were held last Thursday and Frl day and created a great deal of en thuslasm among the students. Th result of the series are as follows First game, 8ophomore 25. Freshles 11. 2nd game. Seniors 48, Juniors 2. Final game Seniors vg Sophomores, the score being Sophomore It Seniors 15. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chrlstensen, anof nounce the engagement their daughter Julia to Amos C. Rasmussen of Fairvlew, Utah. The marriage will take place in the Mantl Temple, Nov. 15th. They will make their home in Fairvlew. .