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The Times, Vol. Nephi, Juab County, Utah Friday, July 13th, 1923. 14, No. 19 NOTED LECTURER COURT OPENED VISITS NEPHI THE NATIONAL TRIO OFFERS HAPPY MIXTURE OF DRAMA AND MUSIC HERE MONDAY Earnest Student of the Drama to Present Short Play at Chautauqua, Interspersed With Appropriate Muslo. Nephi was highly honored Sunday evening in having Dr. John T. Miller Dr. deliver a lecture in this city. Miller, who formerly resided here, has now gained a national reputation in his chosen field of endeavor, that of 'Applied Character Analysis," with other kindred subjects. He is now on his way home to Los Angeles, after a ten months lecture tour in the East ern and Middle West states, where he met with wonderful success. In a short time, accompanied by bis wife and family, he will leave on a trip around the world, going . by way of Honolulu, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Asia, Europe and England. He expects to be away on this trip for two years. Dr. Miller, who is also editor of the Character Builder, a widely read periodical, informs us that the office of the Character Builder will shortly be moved to Independence, Missouri, where the magazine will be published trom. Judge T. H. Burton, Recently Appointed By Gov. Mabey Occupied The Bench. Judge T. H. Burton recently appointed Judge of the 5th District, caused by the resignation of Judge Knox, opened court here Monday at 10 m., W. M. Kellar, court under Judge Knox, was again reappointed to this position by Judge Burton. During the week a great amount of work has been accomplished the wheels of justice grinding steadily every day. Owing to the fact that a number of cases coming up in which Judge Burton was disqualified from hearing, Judge George Ohristensen . of Price, Judge of the 7th district, will occupy the bench next week, and Judge Burton will go to Price and take the former's place there. The court ordered the sheriff to issue a venire for a jury returnable at 11 a. m., July 16th. Among some of the cases disposed of this week are the following: N. M. Jensen vs. W. ' G." Orme, George Francom and John Bunnell. On stipulation of the parties hereto, the case was dismissed with prejudice. Nephi National Bank vs. Starr Land and Livestock Co., counsel for plaintiff made a motion for the dismissal of the ease without prejudice. The case of James Soreusen vs. Jos. F. Wright, was on stipulation of par- )j - The News, Vol 7, No 6 Harris of the Carnegie Research Institute of New York, arrived in Nephi Monday morning and will again conduct f xperiments this summer at the Nephi Experiment Station. The particular line of work that Dr. Harris will follow this season, will be to ascertain the in dry and irrigated wheat. He will be assisted in these experiments by four other chemists. The experiments ties dismissed. being made on irrigated wheat is on Case of Nephi National Bank vs. . the farm of J. H. Lunt, where a piece A. and J. M. Sorensen. Demurrer is of land has been rented for this puroverruled and, defendants given 15 pose from Mr. Lunt. J. A. little-know- i- - f i ,,..,vA.&rrfrt....SfiA .' tl... - ... Clever little plays, plays of real heart Interest, presented by artists of experience and thorough schooling, are to be outstanding entertainment features of the coming Chautauqua program. To prelude and Interlude these plays, muslo villi be given of such character as to lend atmosphere to the plays. The one-ac- t play has been Increasingly a favorite form of dramatic entertainment during recent years, and no company Is better equipped to successfully promote this movement than the National Trio. Keith Gonover, who heads the company, is a virile actor, and the possessor of a splendid baritone voice. Evelyn Fonda, pianist. Is a true artist ; and Franclne Drake Is delightful In her child impersonations. - one-ac- t ' answer. Case of Robert Cartwright days,! vs. Eva Bryan Cartwright. Plaintiff is award' ea an interlocutory divorce witn the defendant given the custody of the two minor children and $30 per month alimony to commence August 10th. Also $25 attorney fees. Case of James Andrews vs. Bam Azuma. On motion of counsel com plaint and cross complaint is dismissed without prejudice, each side to pay its own costs. In the case of George McCune vs. Walter F. Brough, the demurrer is overruled and defendant given 15 days to answer. In the case of W. A. Garrett vs. Juab Farmers Association, W. L. Uoyt is entered aa counsel for plain tiff. Edward M. Whiting is given an interlocutory divorce from Emma May Whiting. PLANT FINGERLINGS IN CANYON STREAM Local Game Warden, Edgar Park planted about 7000 trout fingerlings Mrs. J. E. Robertson of Farmington, Utah, returned., home. Sunday, . after a month's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foote. THIRD ANNUAL WHEAT DAYJEXT, WEDNESDAY Trip Over The Ridge And Visit To Experiment Farm Dur ing Morning. Sports And Program In The Canyon FROM MONA Afternoon And Evening. ITEMS OF INTEREST Mrs. Lorenzo Webb left Saturday morning for Los Angeles, where she will join her husband who has been employed there for several months past. The third annual Wheat Dav will foot races, obstacle races and tug of be celebrated in this city July 18th. was contests, for which cash prizes The program as announced this week will be given. In the evening a large bonfire party by the' committee will include first, an automobile trip over the famous Levan Ridge. A view of the whole ridge will be taken and several of the best wheat fields will be visited en route. Second, the N'ephi Experimental Dry Farm will be inspected. Here all the visitors will be taken in charge by Director Peterson, A. F. Bracken, and Prof. George Stewart. Dr. J. A. Harris of the Carnegie Research Institution of New York, with his four chemists, will be in attendance. The station promises to supply all the root beer that the most thirsty can con- will be given, with Dr. Harris, P. V. Cardon, Director Peterson and many others to tell such stories as only the above are capable of. In addition teachers and officers the Primary there will be songs, readings, and Girls. A very pleasand the Sea-Guother entertainment. ant evening was spent by all present The trip to the ridge will leave the after which a delicious luncheon was city at 9 a. m., and will travel by served. way ot the Broadhead Farms, Pax-man Farm, Memmot Farm, Sudweeks Ernest Kay. left Monday for Sac ramento, Calif., where he will enter Farm, along the Juab road to the Con the employ of the Reynolds-Elexperiment station. struction- - Co. Every farmer in the valley should take a day off next Wednesday and Mrs. Zella Black of Los Angeles, sume. take a trip over the ridge and then is visiting at the home of her par At 4 p. m., a trip will be made to to the doings in the canyon for the ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Roberts. the canyon behind Mt. Nebo. Here remainder of the day. It will be time sport of all kinds will be held, in- well spent and from an agricultural returned Vest ha Miss Venice horse shoe pitching contests, standpoint, an educational one. cluding home, after a ten day visit with rela tives in Salt Lake City and Ogden. Mrs. Lorenzo Webb was surprised at her home here Friday evening y by yesterday in the eanyon stream near the ranger station. The shipment came from the Springville Hatchery and were brought to this city by Ed Shep-arIn the same shipment about CHAUTAUQUA SIGNERS ORGANIZE fifty Chinese Pheasants were sent Laurel Carter has gone to Moroni, here, these will be turned loose near where he ha secured employment. the forks of the canyon. A meeting of the signers of the Mr. and Mrs. Elgy Ellertson are in local Chautauqua which comes to NeSalt Lake with their little son, who LOCAL ITEMS 3rd to 8th, met in the phi August on children is in care of a specialist Commercial Club rooms Wednesday OF INTEREST diseases. night for the purpose of efTecting an J. H. Freebairn and R. H. Web organization for handling the affair.5 Mr. Edgar Nellson ot Raymond of Salt Lake were in Mona on The Chautauqua will be held for ster Canada, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, days, there being no performances on business last Saturday. Mark Sowby this week Sunday, August 5th. The following are the officers: J. W. Boud, chairThe Lovelce Swarm of Beehive district The school board of thi W. Girls of the Nephi ward held their were in Mona Tuesday, over man, J. W. Adams, looking Jfeerond mee log Monday at the home L. secretary-treasurer- . Ticket Hoyt, bf Miss Evelyn Bailey. The follow the school property here. Committee, J. W. Olpin, chairman; W. Luella Winn log were present: James Garrett, Jr., and John W. H. Garrett, Ed V. Downs, P. B. Cowan, Hortense Price, Blanche Andrews Tola Bowers, Juliette Sperry, Velma Kendall of th Stake High Council, George D. Haymond, Russ Hawkins. Dennis committee: Sparks. Advertising were home missionaries to the Mona They gave Wood, chairman, Stephen Allen, E. R. Mr. and Mr. Lynn Olpln, and Mr Ward Sunday afternoon. Herman Vlcker motored to Rlverton some excellent and timely talks to Forrest, George V. Ord. Ticket selling team and captains: Saturday where they visited with the people here. J. W. Olpin, captain; IL D. Golds- relative. Mr. Herman Vicker who ha been visiting In Salt Lake and The Primary Association will hold brough, A. B. Gibson, P. P. Christ!- Rlverton tor several week returned a bazaar at the meeting house Thurs son, Oeo V. Ord, Frank Bale. home with them. W. H. Garrett, captain O. M. Whit-morday afternoon. A good time i prom Allan McCune, Stephen Allen, Mr and Mr. D. C. Spark entertain ised to those who come out. II. E. Anderson. ed at a family dinner party WednesP. B. Cowan, captain, Alma Hague, day evening. The guest of honor Osborne Young of Salt Lake was .were: Mr, and Mrs. Ray Sparks and in Mona on busioes thi week. J. W. Adams, J. C. Hall, W. O. Orme. II. Wood and Mr. John Mr. family Ed V Downs, captain, J. W. Boud, and family, Mr. Wm Sbepard, Miss Mis Fawn Ellertson of Provo, is W. L. Hoyt, Brent Hall, Wm. Cazier, Edna Sparks, all of Salt Lake City visiting here. Mr. and Mr. Frank Spark and fam Orson Cazier. lly, Mr. and Mr. Rolla Orme, and Mr Mips Lola Keyte of Provo, is spend Russ. Hawkins, captain, A. V. Oadd, Miss D. C. Mrs. and Evelyn ing a week here Sparks. with rela Dennis Wood, H. I. Broadhead, E. M. visiting d great-granMarlon Ward, daughter tivcs. Claridge, E R. Forrest. of Mr. Spark were also present. L The first news of the Chautauqua program for this year has just been received here. That truly gala week is in store for the lecture, music and entertainment lovers is evident from The dates for these first reports. Nephi have been definitely set for August 3rd to 8th. The Jugo-SlaOrchestra wil lbe oue of the big musical treats of the week. A company of five "Minstrels of the Balkans," in colorful garb, and playing thoir native instrument, the tain- "burica, they render a program of un usual novelty and interest. Jingly, rollicking ballads, folk songs, martial music, classical airs, and popular American favorites, all equully well interpreted by the various sized the wonderful demonstrate tonal possibilities of this foreign instrument. The Artells Dickson Coucert Party is a group of individual artists, and their program is bound to please the musically critical, yet satisfy those whose love for music is great though not technical. Artells Dickson, baritone, and Martha Dickson, pianist, are already established Western Chautauqua favorites. Alice Raymond is a New York concert violinist of splendid artistic ability. Another musical treat will be Kuth Linrud, a young harpist who has won favor both in New York and on the Coast. Radio fans of the Northwest have already heard her sweet soprano voice with harp accompaniment broadcasted from Seattle. Two musical and entertainment companies are the Ward Waters company and the National Trio. Ward Water is one of the best known impersonators on the Lyceum and Chautauqua Assisted by Fern Lewis platform. Waters, child personator, and Grace McNett, xylophone artist and pianist, a program of great variety is given. Keith Couover, a singer and actor of splendid ability, heads the Nation al Trio. The other members are Eve lyn Fonda and Francine Drake. They feature dramatic sketches and mu sical numbers. In bringing that delightful romance of the Ozark mountains, "The Shep herd of the Hills," to this city, Chau tauqua is helping materially in ful filling its mission of community up lift, for the play is really a power ful sermon that is wieldingan influence for good whorever it is given. It is the play of plays for American audiences or audiences anywhere, in fact. It's the sweetest, most wholesome play of a decade and the Elias Day Players will give a splendid in terpretation of it, with an exception ally fine cast of players. Another big entertaining number is McDonald Birch, a popular young ma all the favorite gician, who doe sieight-of-hantricks, and then some original stunts of his own. Two splendid lecturers are scheduled lecture entertainment of outstanding educational worth is given by Juiius Caesar Nayphe, "The Oriental Pa geant"; and F. E. Gordon, the "Lincoln of Chautauqua," with keen ana lytical mind, humorous and kindly manner, presenting a vital message for home and school. tam-buric- DR. HARRIS COMES TO NEPHI AGAIN Dr. CHAUTAUQUA HERE AUG. 3RD TO 8TH e, SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY Mrs. Kate E. Worthington was pleasantly surprised at. her home Tuesday evening in honor of her birthday. A most delightful time vu spent with games, readings and music. A dainty lunch was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Itelliston, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Will Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blackett, Mr. and Mrs. Will Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Park, Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman, Mrs. Elizabeth Cowan, Mrs. Susie Worthington, Mrs. Vivian Pass, Mr. Kenneth Blackett, Viola Worthington, Thelma Warner, Lillian Worthington, Erma Worthington, and the guest of honor, Mrs. Kate Worthington. NORTH SANPETE EX- CURSION TO MT. NEBO According to an article in the last issue of the Mt. Pleasant Pyramid the Y. M. M. I. A. has announced the Fathers and Suns outing to take The place thi year at Mt. Nebo. caravan will leave Mt. Pleasant July 31st and return Aug 3rd. Indication are that the gathering will include every boy scout and hi father in the North Sanpete Stake. There will be programs and various amusements provided for the entertainment o the scouts during their encampment near the Ranger Station. BENEFIT CONCERT SUNDAY JULY 22 BOARD INSPECTS SCHOOL HOUSES Repairs To Various Buildings In District Ordered By Board. The members of the Board of Edu- ation of Juab School District,- com posed of Jas. Garrett, Jr., Harry 'oote, Lorenzo Mangelson, and the lerk of the Board, Dennis Wood, made an inspection Tuesday of each of the schools of the district with the exception of Mills. The build ups were found in a fairly good con dition with the exception of the North school and Central sehoolB, where bout 40 windows were fouud to have been broken since the close of school. The matter has been placed in the hands of the Juvenile officers aud prosecutions will follow. In this con nection it is well to mention here that the town of Mona 'is to be complimented on the condition of their school as not one window was found broken there and everything was in - good shape. The South school in Nephi and the Levan schooU were also found to be in good condition in regard to the window light question, very few win dows being broken at these schools. The repairs ordered by the Board will include part of a new roof at the Central school, plaBteriug of several rooms, and repairs to the room - Also the paiuting of the roof of the Manual Art building. At the Levan school a fire escape will be attached to the second story, some new roofing, and repairs to the stairway, also a readjustment of the ventilating system. Some other minor repair at the ther school houses were also ordered. flooring. REVENT LOSS IN MARKETING EGGS (By Byron Alder, Poultryman, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station.) Each year there is considerable loss in the marketing of eggs. This is especially true during the spring and The summer months. important causes for this loss might be summed up as follows: (1) chick development or incubation; (2) shrinkage or evapo ration; (3) cracked or broken eggs; (4) dirty eggs, and, (5) rotten, moldy and bad flavored eggs. Much of this loss could be prevented if the pro ducer would follow a few simple rules in handling his eggs. Production of Infertile Eggs As soon as the hatching Beasou is over all male birds should be killed, sold, or if breeders valuable they especially should be placed in a pen by themselves. Male birds should not be kept in the flock at any time if the eggs from the flock are not to be used for hatching. They should either be sold as broilers, when they weigh about two pound, or caponized. Hens will produce just as many and perhaps more eggs without the roosters. Gathering and Marketing of Eggs During warm weather eggs should be gathered at least twice a day and kept in a cool, dry cellar, free from odors. They should be marketed at least once a week. Sorting of Eggs As the eggs are brought in from the yards they should be earefully sorted, and all small, dirty, softshelled, and very largo or odd shaped eggs should be taken out and used at home. Eggs Suitable for Market Only clean, good sized egg with strong shells should be sent to market. Clean Nests and Surroundings Nec essaryThe number of dirty epgs can be greatly reduced by having plenty of large, clean nests provided with For this purpose good nest litter. either fine shavings or sawdust is excellent. One nest for eueh four or five hens in the flock should be provided. There should be plenty of clean, dry litter on the floor. The hens should not be allowed to ran out in a muddy dirty yard. The dropping boards should b cleaned often. It has been found advisable to stretch poultry wire under the wrchcs and to keep above the dropping board the hens oat of the droppings. This practice aid in the control of intestinal parasites. Preparations are under way for a grand concert for the benefit of th Boy Band to be given in the High School Auditorium Sunday evening, July 22nd. The program and full par A marriage license was issued in tieulars will be given in our next is Salt Lake Friday to Orson E. Brown sue. The band is in need of more of Alpine, and Miss Drills II. Garrett money to carry on th organizatio ol Nephi. and the committee is taking th The playground will be op?n dur mean of raising the necessary fund. ing the summer month from 2 to 6 Mrs. V. C Tolboe of Provo, is Mr. and Mr. Ernest Winn of Salt p. m. and from 7 to 8:30 p. m. each the week here, the guest of spending Lake are vfolting relatives In Nephi day excepting Sunday and Holidays her mother, Mrs. M. T. Jennings. All children are Invited to come. thi week.