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TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH. S, LIST OF NOMINATIONS General Election, November 4, 1924 INDEPENDENT-PROGRESSIV- DEMOCRATIC PARTY TICKET REPUBLICAN PARTY TICKET E PARTY TICKET INDEPENDENT TICKET o O For President For President For Vice Pfesident For Vice President For Presidential Electors For Presidential Electors O O For President For President For President JOHN W. DAVIS CALVIN COOLIDGE ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE For Vice President For Vice President CHARLES G. DAWES CHARLES W. BRYAN For Vice President o "BURTON K. WHEELER For Presidential Electors For Presidential Electors J. P. SHOWALTER LYMAN SKEEN F. C. BOBO MRS. INEZ KNIGHT ALLEN MRS. HENRY C. TAGGART MRS. VINA HOLDAWAY MRS. H. J. HAYWARD MRS. ROSE H. HAMBLIN JOHN W. AIRD THOMAS F. KEARNS W. J. TOY For Cong. Representative, 1st Dist. For Cong. Representative, 1st Dist. For Cong. Representative, 1st Dist. For Governor For Governor For Governor For Secretary of State For Secretary of State For State Auditor For State Auditor For State Auditor For State Treasurer For State Treasurer For State Treasurer For Attorney General For Attorney General For Attorney General For Supt. of Public Instruction For Supt. of Public Instruction For Supt. of Public Instruction For Justice of the Supreme Court For Justice of the Supreme Court For State Senator For State Senator For State Senator For State Representative For State Representative For State Representative For Presidential Electors' NEIL M. MADSEN For Cong. Representative, 1st Dist. For Cong. Representative, FRANK FRANCIS For Governor GEORGE H. DERN For Secretary of State JAMES W. FUNK For State Auditor DANIEL 0. LARSEN For State Treasurer JOSEPH RIRIE For Attorney General J. WILLIAM ROBINSON For Supt. of Public Instruction DR. HUGH M. WOODWARD For Justice of the Supreme Court A. J. WEBER , For State Senator RICHARD H. EVANS For State Representative A. C BURTON For District Judge O. A. MURDOCK For District Attorney GROVER A. GILES I For Co. Commissioner, JUNE KENDALL For Co. Commissioner, STEELE BAILEY. JR. DON B. COLTON For Governor CHARLES R. MABEY For Secretary of State H. E. CROCKETT For State Auditor JOHN E. HOLDEN For State Treasurer JOHN WALKER For Attorney. General HARVEY H. CLUFF For Supt. of Public Instruction DR. C. N. JENSEN For Justice of the Supreme Court DANIEL N. STRAUP For State Senator JOSEPH T. FINLINSON For State Representative PERRY B. FULLER For District Judge THOMAS H. BURTON For District Attorney GEORGE H. LUNT term For Co. Commissioner, JOHN G. BUNNELL For Co. Commissioner, r. term WILLIAM JACKMAN For County Attorney P. J. SANDERS term 4-- r. L For Secretary term HOYT STATE OF UTAH, COUNTY OF JUAB. of State For Justice of the Supreme Court For District Attorney For Co. CorJrmissioner, For Co. Commissioner, 4-- r. For County Attorney I For District Judge For District Judge WILLIAM B. HIGGINS For District Attorney For District Judge 4-- For County Attorney WILL 1st Dist. For District Attorney term For Co. Commissioner, r. term For Co. Commissioner, r. term term For Co. Commissioner, r. term For r. term Co. Commissioner, For County Attorney For County Attorney ss. true and correct list of the nominations of candidates for office to be voted for at the General Election November 4, 1924, in the County of Juab, State of Utah, for State, District and County offices as now appear on file and of record in my office. Witness my hand and the seal of Juab County, State of Utah, this twenty-eight- I, Earl Gadd, County Clerk in and for Juab County, State of Utah, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, h day of October, A. D. 1924. County Clerk. Juab County, State of Utah. RED GROSS IS URGING BETTER-HEAL- TH BATTLE Tireless in Services Advancing Cause of Freedom from Human Suffering. ; Not alone to preparedness (or emer gencies. but In a tireless offensrvsj battle tor better health ia the American Red Cross nurse maintaining 1 peace time the high tradition of bar war service. As 'In war; the same service tor humanity goes on Its quiet, effective way eon-teIn Its accomplishments, seeking no public acclaim. Enrolled la the Red Cross Nursing Service are 40.63 of these m! union ers of health, nearly 1.000 carrying the message of a finer public health to as many communities and 1.100 teaching large classes In home hygiene and care of the sick. Exactly 100 Red Cross nurses are still on duty overseas, helping the struggle forward toward the high standard of American nurse efficiency In many countries. In th3 Government services 8,11? em-g nt rolled Red Cross burses are on duty with the Army, Navy, Public Health Service and the Veterans Bureau while the entire active enrollment Is maintained aa a reserve for the Army Nurse Corps and available to the Navy In a national defense emergency Nine hundred nurses were added to tie roll the last year. Red Cross nursing, however, has perkaps Its finest expression out In the places laid waste by Are, flood and storm, and tn the back reaches far from the centers of population. Tn disaster the Red Cross Burs is first called for, first to respond, and the last to leave her post of duty among the suffering victims. In the Isolated sections of Alaska, North Carolina, Virginia, Idaho, and among the bleak islands of Penobscott Bay, Me., her ministrations are making hard lives easier and working for a brighter future for the children. Her part In the human drama of the time la Increasingly Important, although It Is subdued by the very nature of her ev-er- y work. The policy of the America Red Cross to establish tinder Chapter control public health nursing services In communities lacking such facilities has been Justified and this pioneering work ia everywhere endorsed by authori ties who are quick U take It over as a proper municipal fuactlen aad a duty Pacing such distressing sacrifice or of taxpayers. The Home Hygiene aad life Is the First Aid Service of the Care of the Sick program has further American Red Cross, lighting through penetrated Into the school as a defi- education and demonstration to Instill nite part of curriculum. During the a conclousness of safety In the public year 29,10 school pupils took this mind and teaching approved methods Red Cross course. Three telephone which assure that competent handa corporations adopted It and graduated will care for Injured persons until the 60 employe students. arrival of doctors. Trained service la As good health depend ajpon right the first few minutes la vital tn eating the Red Cross Nutrition Ser- serious accidents aad saves many vice continued to promote Individual lives. and community health, particularly the precious One of the most encouraging signs health of mothers and children. This of the past year la the record of the servlco reached nearly 150.090 persons Red Cross First Aid Insurance Car during the year and found work to do No. 1 which traveled 1,700 miles along for several thousand Red Cross voluntrunk lines, stopping at 1S7 plaees. teer workers. The car's staff of surgeons gave 111 demonstrations to audiences composed of 4 J. ISO railroad men. 71.19 high school aad college students, 11.000 in dustrtat workers. 1.00 members of clubs, and nearly lS.tO policemen, firemen, and other municipal ema tout of 147,. ploy, Red Cross First AM certificates upon 11,81 persons Reliable records establish Che fact were conferredcourse last year, aa Inaccidental who took the that more than 7i.0 deaths occur every year tn the Us I ted crease of 4.000 over 1121. Telephone, public States. The records show that 101 gas and electric companies, and other large American eltliens are killed every service corporations of the country adopted Che day: that SS of ths deaths are due employers Red coarse, aad their team Cross to automobiles, tl to tails, II to contests everywhere were witnessed drownings, II to haras. by bugs crowds with aa much la terest Red Cross Fighting First Aid Battle To Conserve Life as develops at popular athletic games. In the Industrial Held the growth off First Aid practice to fight to reduce preventable accidents and unnecessary loss of life has received wide The promise of an recognition advance In this fine cause Ilea In the evidence of the great strides systematic Instruction In First Aid has mnde throughout the country through the Red Cress Chapters and the the work of the experts In this service under direction of the national organization. Sign tbe Amerlcaa Red Cross roll this year tor hnmaalty'a sake. Annual Summons to Service Roll Call of The annual nation-widthe American Red Cross to enroll members for 1925 will open on Nov. 11, the anniversary of that tens and Armistice Day DSTer to be forgoten six yeara ago, which silenced the crashing arms of the World War. The enrollment will continue tor 17 days, through Thanksgiving Day. Nov. 27. Preliminary to the Roll Call period will come Red Crosa Sunday, Nov. I. During the 17 days set aside for the enrollment more than J, 600 Chapters .r ihi Tim A Crnna in it their thousands of branches will invlt the people to join the Kea eras or reaew taeir membership. e 1! RED CROSS RAISES $1 0,000,000 IN 21 DAYS FOR RELIEF Terrible catastrophes, such as the Japanese earthquake, prove the wisdom-of the people In maintaining tbe American Red Crosa as their national and International relief agency. The readiness of the Red Cross for duty in tha greatest of emergenclea was also proved by teat. The record abows: Sept. I, President Coolidge assigns the duty of raising 15,000,000 to the American Red Cross; Sept. 4, Red Crosa Chapters in over 1,500 communities given fund allotments; Sept. 12, fund totals J5.563,-000- ; Sept. 17, fund nearly $3,000,000 aad President announces formal closing of campaign; Sept. 27, fund passes 110,000,000 mark. In 21 business days the Red Cross doabry performed tbe duty entrusted to It all the while keeping a steady flow of relief supplies going out from many Pacific ports to the stricken araaa tn Japan. Thus was the confidence of the Amerlcaa people In their Red Cross Justified and tha wisdom of Red Cross preparedness to cop with an unprecedented relief emergaacy confirmed.