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6 fTT The Leader is the Farmers' Friend, V0. If Alwap Ready to Protect Their Interests - VOLUME VI. TREMONTON, UTAH.'tHUKSDAV. OPEN TO BEGIN STRUCTURE SESSION FIG HERE CONTRACTOR DISTRICT COM T B. F. Densmore of the B. F. W. U. M. I. A. AFFAIR MAKCH 13, 1919 SEOURiTY SAViNSS BANK JS GREAT SUCCESS JOiNS RESERVE SYSTEM Contracting Co., was in Tremon-tolast week making preparation for the erection of the new building for Tremonton Wins Over Thatcher Brigham Financial Institution Is the Stewart Ritchie Motor Co. The in Basket Ball Game. Admitted to the Great Opening Day of Term Busy company, after being disappointed in National System. 2 Many Present. One. Probate and Law having the owner of lots which they had purchased refuse to make a deed, Matters Considered. ' There was a large attendance at the The Brigham Journal.) acqured a lot 100x150 feet on Tremont & north of basket Waldron Harris ball street, The Security game last (Wednesday) Savings Bank of this Bros, store. The matter of location night at the L. D. S. hall in this city, city h in .t Monday was the first day of the receipt of a dispatch from Waren term of the District Court. being settled, the work of building to witness the game between Thatcher the. Federal Reserve Agent at San will now proceed. and Tremonton. Francisco, advising that the local inMany law anjl probate matters were The game was hard fought and at stitution has been considered and the cases at issue were admitted to memtimes became rather personal and bership in the Feftral Reserve Bank set for trial. The trial calendar ap MRS. A. P. FORSGREN more or less rough tactics were employ System. This is regarded as a compears in another place in The Leader. DIES which is to be regretted."' The vie pliment, as no banks are BOTHWELL AT ed, Albert William Trenehard and Ini admitted to tory was won by the local team", the membership without first manuel Johnnes were admitted to citi passing a score being 49 to 29. Mrs.- Jeradina . rigi(i examination by a Government Forsgren, wife of zonship. After the game dancing was indulg extniner. Air official examiner J. Johnson was appointed adminis- Adolphus P. Forsgren, died at her spent trator of the estate of Thos. C. Tims, home at Bothwell Monday afternoon ed in until midnight, the music being four,Vla.vs in going over the accounts a seven furnished orchestra by piece at 4:30, from dropsy; induced by inand ghV.rs of the bank and it was on deceased. from Garland. A large crowd was ihts cport, ' The report of the partition commis fluenza. coupled with the well Deceased contracted influenza Janu- present and a goodly sum realized for knowji reputation of the Directors anu sioners in the estate of Hyrum Wesley Larsen was accepted and the property ary 21th, and the disease resulted in the Mutual treasury. management an capable bank men, that admitted the Security Savings Bank distributed to the heirs. dropsy which was the immediate cause to .membership in the great Federal r Mary J. Nelson was appointed ad of death. For three weeks she was Reserve Hank System. ministratrix of the estate of C. J. Net unable to lie dowu to sleep. i She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. llalverson, president of the son, deceased.. The Will of Jacob Storrer was ad- Gehard Jensen, former residents of Security bank, was seen by a repreof this paper and when asked mitted to probate and Matthew Baer Brigham, where she pas born 'April 1, AT MIDLAND HOTEL sentative why lis bunk had made the move reappointed executor, bond is sum of 1852. Funeral services were held at Both-weplied Jtliat he could give no better rea$8,000.' son tjian the one set forth in the preMrs. Brough was appointed adminisWednesday morning at 10:30 and amble of the Federal Reserve Act, tratrix" of the estate "of Wm. Brough, the remains were taken to Brigham on the afternoon train. Services will be J.R. Downing Again Assumes passed, by Congress which reads: "To deceased. com Certain real estate was ordered sold held at Brigham this (Thursday) afterChagge. Extensive Repairs afford' a means of mercial paper and to establish a more of. the estate of Orson Stark, deceased. noon and the remains interred in the to Be Made. effective supervision of the banking Bond was fixed in the sum of $12,000 Brigham cemetery. Mrs. leaves Ida She a in twin the 1'nited States." Mr. Halver- sister, and the clerk ordered to notify the son continue.!, "State banking has state inheritance tax appraisers to ap- Bott of Brigham, and one brother, A deal was made the fore part of come under suspicion by the failure of Brigham Jensen, also of Brigham. praise the property of the estate. week whereby J. R. Downing, forthe husband' also and ner She leaves several Salt Lake institutions. Our The family of Erastus Chrlstensen mer manager of the Midland hotel, directors wanted to rise above this was allowed $50 a month for support. eleven children, namely: Oliver, Rud-geLeo and Jehard, all residing at again assumes vthe management of the suspicion by letting the public know Real estate was ordered sold out 01 business!. , . ,; that ;this institution ranked in safety the estate of Rasmine Peterson, and Brigham, where she was born Aprill, ' This be will news welcome to local and of Howell, with! the best banking institutions in Bothwell; John additional bond fixed at $4,000. and to the traveling public, for the Anderson, Brigham; people country. The best way to do this Anna A. Kunzler was appointed ad- ters, Mr. Downirig is highly appreciated as was Mrs. River Bear Freda Sorensen, City; Jhe Federal Reserve Sys ministratrix of the estate of,Wm. J. ' , s Mrs. Norma Burnham, Deer-- - Creek, a wide :s.wjsike pf ogressi Ve ae re and deceased. Kunzeler, business man. He sold the business home. Miss We and at now be will Edith, subject to double Aaron M. Porter, was appointed Idaho, about 18 months ago to J. ill. Lud-wi- examnations she leaves to addition the In double and scrutinv above, a of Alice J. Oviatt Porter, guardian who has since conducted it, and one from the State 23 Banking Authori minor, to hold estate received from For several years after her marriage now relinquishes the business to the tiesthe other through the National relatives. former manager. ' as exercised Banking Department In the estate of Matthew William she resided at Brigham, but about fifMr. Downing has taken a long term to moved the teen Reserve Federal the ago family System, years through was tax state the inheritance Dalton, at Washington, Bothwell, where they have since re- lease and has begun the work of plac- with fixed at $387.18. condition. ing the hotel; in a first-clashaving a supervising branch at San A sale of real estate was ordered in sided., The building will be thoroughly clean- Fram-iseothe .estate of Asa B. Taylor, deceased. ed from top to bottom. All rooms will '" "The same power that is back of The estate of L. P. 'Bingham was SOLDIER HERE FROM be redecorated and the wood-worP. liberty bond now guards and proyour summarily distributed to Elizabeth - New furniture will be tects the Security Savings Bank. FIGHTING FRONT . Bingham. placed in the lobby and in several of ' ' If patrons call for money faster yA sale of personal property of the the rooms. we can get it baei from pur borthan Wm. Mrs. of estate of Sadato Fujinara was con : Eugene Tait, brother It is expected that it will require at rowers, the " Federal Reserve Bank firmed. ' Cullen, arrived in Tremonton Wednesleast three weeks to complete the re- stamls behind us to advance the The estate of Julius Keller, deceased day to visit the latter. He comes from and have business ready for full money to pay them. The Reserve Ft. Douglas, where he has been under pairs was distributed to the heirs. opening. ' '' System has millions upon millions of Th fourth annual account was set- treatment for some time, being sent Mr. Downing plans to make the Midready cash, available for this purpose, tled and a sale of real estate granted there from France, where he was land second to none in the state in the nit if, for any reason, the amount in the estate of Edward Browning gassed in the fighting on October 9th, matter of service find no doubt it will should not be sufficient, the govern divi361 91st the while with deceased. infantry, Kirk, soon regain the favorable reputation ment has' granted the Federal bank Edward A. Barry was arraigned on sion. He also served in Belgium. which it formerly enjoyed under his the to "make money." power a charge of burglarizing the Woodward ' ' direction. ' A Federal Reserve Bank member not Pool Hall, Treonton, plead guilty Manager Spangler of the Spangler is therefore safer for depositers than and ease set for trial.- - Barry had no Studio is preparing to enlarge his bank and, an independent attorney and no money to pay one, studio, his intention' being to have a is not obliged to reon that account, B. and' the court appointed LeRoy DEWEY VILLE ; modern art gallery. fuse loan accomodations or make sud- Young to defend him. oirs. urpna auk, representative. len and preemptory calls on borrowers The motion to retax costs in the case for " aoiu payment of loans when such deSmop 9jb eq Dam peiodej Claude oj Jensen vs Beaver of E. jiy f ror entau maiuts repayment . semidnj' joj Buotjcjado ina.ujapim ntavj Wednesday, Mr, and Mrs. A. R. Milling Co., was denied. and Mr. and Mrs.' B. S. Burbnuk losses to customers. 'uSnojg' m& pun 'qSno.ig ThG demurrer of the defendant was osv 'uos 'We joined the Federal Reserve overruled in the case of the Consolida- - H1B!inAV' 'WH J JajuSnBp sapio aqj went to Brigham to the show. "The Svstcm to make us the safest P.ank ' Btq.iipueddB ioj jCBpsonj, ureq Trail of the Lonesome Pine. 'J W. 'iianuig; ted Wagon & Machine. Co., vs.-bank ' B iBiidsoq ' v uo possible by not only protecting 8ug nosaapuajj eq) Mrs. Chrystal Shepard returned Taylor. also safeguarding the .. but '' depositers, pain.iado sbjs nouja jgnapooy The. case of 'Turner, Yonk and home after spending a few dtiys visitsjj interests of the borrowers and also to . Co. vs. George Victor was Honoy-villeat friends and relatives the case of W. F. House vs E. C. ing protect the interest of stockholders." dismissed .by "plaintiff. "" " j , ' Hunsaker and was Israel The Security Savings Bank comWheatley The. defendant's demurrer was C. P. Jensen was in Brigham on busitaken under advisement by the court. menced business toward the close of .and the,, defendant given 20 In the case.of Nellie Shepard vs. ness Wednesday. 1912 and. has been operating a little to answer, in the . (Vaj's by. stiiulatibn Wm. W. Shepard, the defendant's deWednesday Mrs. O. Harwood was more than 'six years. The Federal reease ' of Chas. E. Gunnell vs. B." E. murrer was overruled, 10 ' days to shopping in Brigham City. port of February 14, 1919, shows: Cash Baxter. answer. The mumps have mnde their appear- resources: $339,996.09; Loans and Dis;The. appeal' of the West Publishing The demurrer of ' defendants was ance in our community. counts, $339,456.39; Total Resources, Co. vs. B. H. Jones from the Justice's ' overruled in the case of H. W. Moore $648,616.66, Knud-soMr. Mrs. John and not Friday was dismissed, Court, Brigham,. & Co. .vs. Knowlton Auto Co. and O. "returned from Portage where they having' been- taken in time. Q. .Wood, and 10 days given to answer. have been A Mr. Gailey of Cliffton, Idaho, is visiting relatives. The' demurrer of .defendant was with-- " In the case of v the First National " car of implements and Mrs. H. A. Lish nd Mrs. I. J. unloading a drawn and defendant ailowed 30 days Red-fielW. vs. Bank of Fred household and will make his Brighamgoods Fansler were in Tremobton Friday. to answer, .in the case. of ..Utah Tunir-stedefendant 'a demurrer was overin the valley. home Mrs. Lish was disappointed to find that Co. vs. Frank Edison. ruled and 30 days allowed to answer. the, dentist's parlors had been desIn the case 'of Chas .C. Bless vs. Demurrer was withdrawn in the case Thomas . Barret Tctumed Sunday Hyrum Udy and W. A. Adams, the of C. M. North vs. Horace S. Harwood troyed by fire that day. and on to business from a Ogden trip motion of the, plaintiff to strike part of Edwin Dewey returned from trainand Howard C. Grant and 10 days alill Don became son he a and Tuesday answer of the. defendants was denied. lowed to answer. ing Friday. He is looking fine and with influenza. . The demurrer1 of . the Consolidated The demurrer of deftndant in the ca,sc says he can wash dishes and' black Wagon & Machine Co. vs. Christion case of Hulda Gustavenson Woodward stoves, for he had some training as nt the hall in honor of the returned , Fonnesbeck, was averniled and 10 days vs.' Fred C. Woodward was withdrawn "K. P.' soldier. .. given to answer.-1- ' Mr. and Mrs. James Waters gave a .and 10' days given to answer. Miss Wanetta Lovcland was visiting The case of James' Dawson vs. J. W. ' The demurer of defendnt in Dancing, her sister Mrs. M. Rowcutt at BrigSaturday th,e ease social night. was Ooheen, to foreclose . mortgage, of Thos. J. Rose vs. M. A. flam was panics, singing and reciting were the ham City Tast week. ' ' dismissed by plaintiff.-,, overrnled and 10 days allowed for enjoyment of .the evening. Thirty D. B. Marble is on the sick list with V In the matter of Trbinonton jCity vs. V guests were served .with coeo and a light case of influenza. , Annie JohViston, the cityi.was permit-The demurrer of the defendant in cake. All had a good time. Mrs. James a Gnrdner and two chilted to take possession 'of ajl the water the case of Jrthn Adams vs. Blue Creek Mr. and Mrs. N. K Mar- dren arc ill with the influenza. Saturday of the Johnston spring upon' giving'a Land &'. Livestock Co. was overruled ble were Geo. C. Dewey is improving and. is shopping in Brfgham City. bond in the sum of $lCi',QO0 ;, ; Next Thursday a social will be given able to sit up a little while each day. and .10 day! allowed for answer. The demurrer of the defendants in n - 1 i nil iiiiiinruriiT inn ; ll . Mrs.--Olivi- ijia , grand-childre- ! head-quarte- s ' . ' : . . 0000OC4XS0 J t SKKXB0S000BK Bur-ban- , , ' . - '.-- . nns-we- f STATE BANK BUYS ADDITIONAL Dens-mor- e n 'NUMBER 4 - FIERCE BLAZE III GROUND The State Bank of Tremonton yes BUSINESS DISTRICT terday purchased from Shaw & Iver- son a pierc of gound 25x30 feet ad joining the bank building on the south, for the purpose of providing for an addition .to the present struc Fire Damages Cook Building s ture. Doing Damage to Occupants The bank sold this property a few in Excess of $10,000. years ago, but the business of the bank has grown so rapidly that more room is needed and an addition will be erec Treinoiiton was visited by the most ted at an early Tdnte to relieve the con disasterous fire in its history last , gested condition. Friday, when the frame buildings on the south side of Main street, known RED CROSS TO as the Cook property, were completely SUPPLY CLOTHING destroyed, together with virtually the entire contents. One of the rooms was occupied by The Red Cross has been asked to the Stewart Ritchie Motor Co., who gather old clothing of all kinds, shoes, had opened for business only a few caps and soft hats for the European days previous, one by the barber shop poor. The boys and girls of the Junior of Hairy Darton, who also used the Red Cross will call for your bundles rear part as a residence, and a part . Wednesday, March 2th, or you may send them to the school house. All garments should be '. clean and dry. Blankets, sheets, etc., are needed, and you are asked to give all you can sparp. Look through your trunks and send those old suits, skirts, and other things you can spare, for you can now buy new ones. by Dr. R. A. Lewis, dentist The fire broke out in the motor company's store, while Mr. Ritchie and the two men employe i by the firm were at dinner. About 1:15 a dense smoke was seen issuing from the front doors ainl windows. Men investigated to lind the interrior tilled with smoke. A window was broken out and immediately the interior burst intp a sheet of lire, the heat demolishing the remaining windows, flames leaping into YOUNG the.air through the front. WOMAN ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS Mis Bertha .Nelson died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, in this city, last Saturday, March 8th after an illness of several weeks, following an attack of influenza last October. The' dread disease left the young woman with a complication of troubles which continued to grow more serious MNH ddatb. .resulted. Her llaet few days were full of suffering almost 'beyond description, but she was con scious until the end. Deceased was born April 16, 1901, at this county. For several Brigham, her parents have resided on a years farm adjoining the city limits of this ' ; city. She was a quiet, unassuming young woman, universally respected by all ' who knew her. Funeral services 'were held at the M. E. Church Wednesday at 11 o'clock, the Rev. Samlet Allison delivering the funeral sermon. A quartette composed of Mrs. D. H. Stevens, Mrs. W. G. Carter, Mr. Wesley Carter and Rev. Allison sang "Jesus Lover of My Soul," "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," and "Oh Love That Will Not Let Me Go." The scripture, lesson was a part of the 15th chapter of 1st Corinthians and the 21st chapter of Revelations, and the text verses 13 to 18 of Thessalon-ians- . All hope of saving anything in this part of the building was at once abandoned ami efforts by the quickly gathering crowd were turned to the adjoining buildings, to save them. So fierce was the fire that Mr. Dnr-tosave only one barber chair and a few tools and his wife and children were forced to flee with only the clothes they had on. The office of Dr. Lewis being fartheiest from the point of the fire's "origin washable to get out nesrly 11 his equipment. As quickly as possible two lines of hose were strung and the chemical engine placed in operation, but an absence of water pressure made the hose useless except to keep the adjoin-ibuildings wet. The building of the Bear River Val- n ley Telephone Company suffered some damage, the window casings on the side being badly charred. The faet that an alley separated it from the Cook buildings made it possible to prevent greater damage. The building of Shaw & Iverson on the east side was not damaged, being favored by the wind. The Cook building was owned by Virgil R. Smith, Harvey Casteel and Q. G. Winzcler, all of whom are in business at Roodhouse, 111., and their damage is estimated at $2,000. Motor Co., stock The Stewart-Richiwas estimated at $7,000, the loss to Mr. Darton at $1,200 and to Dr. Lewis , about $100. The seventh and eighth grade pupils All the property carried insurance of the public schools attended in a to about of its value. body and among the floral offerings was a wreath by her schoolmates of VIRGINIA PEARSON the class of 1917.. The church was filled to overflowing, IN POWERFUL ROLE several being unable to secure admission. Her Latest The remains were taken to Brigham Barters All for Career In two-third- s : for internierit. Methodist Church Notes. Services next Sunday as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching service af, IV a. m., subject "The Man WhoDid-NoLike the Prescription." Better come "and hear about him. Please noteHhe change in the hour of worship from evening to morning. SAMUEL ALLISON, Pastor. ; t A very pleasant evening was spent at the home of Thomas Kay of East Tremonton last Thursday ; night, in honor of some of the boys who have returned from the 'service; of Uncle Sam, Loren Kay and Loen Garfield, the former having been in training at Cnmp Lewis for six months, the latter attended the S. A. T. C. at Logan, and in the Moroni Johnson who served navy two years. Experiences were retold by each boy and games, music and singing were enjoyed.' Refreshments were served.. All three expressed themselves as glad to be home again. Play at the American. Hundreds of girls who are struggling for a foothold in the artistic world, where the paths that lead to recognition are especially slippery, will follow with tense attention the developments in "Her Price," a new William Fox production, which will be shown at the American Theatre on Monday and Tuesday. Virginia Pearson, heroine of the film, declared during its making at one of the Eastern Fox studios that she had never derived so much satisfaction from a picture characterization as in the delineation of Marcia Calhoun, this woman of laudable ambition and an iron determination to scale the heights, be the cost of what it may. How Marcia discovers that there are more valuable things in life that the plaudits of a puhlic which but. too easily forgets, how she meets the supreme crisis of her life when she cannot look a man in the face and say to him," I am worthy of you, who bring me the tribute of pure- love," forms one of the most thrilling situations In - Ethel Brough spent three days at moviedorh. home, having finished the mid year exon School aminations at the B. E. H. To get tne news, you t.iust read The Thursday, returning to, her studies .. Leader, again Sunday.