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4:o. f The Leader is the Farmers VOLUME VI. CHILD TREMONTON, Friend, Always Ready to Protect Their Interests UTAH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 119 VrTIY; WORK BALL GAME IS SUFFERS SHAMEFUL GOOD OPENING FOR QUALIFIED ' TERRIBLE INJUR IES NUMBER 25 ; TEACHERS CITY COUNCIL IN - AFFAIR With over thirty positions open In Utah and the surrounding states for s teachers in Agriculture and Home Economics, the Utah Agricultural College is trying hard to get in touch with qualified men and women in order that it can recomend them to the high school authorities who are looking for this class of teach- REGULAR SESM Smith-Hughe- Little Daughter of Henry Oyler Mangled by Mow- Visitors Precipitate Trouble Early in Game, for Which There Were Regrets. ing Machine. A most distressing accident occurred on the farm of Henry Oyler near this city Tuesday evening, as a result of which his little daughter is hovering between life and death at the Merrill hospital. Mr. Oyler was raking hay and had the little girl on his lap with him. She wanted to get down and he dM not notice where she went, but thought she had gone to the house to play with other children.. Mrs. Oyler was cutting the hay, driving the mower. Some time after the child left its father. As the mother was driving along all unconscious that the child was near, its piercing screams told that it was in the path of the cycle of the mower. Frantic, Mrs. Oyler stopped the team and rushed to the aid of the baby, the cycle had done frightful work, one little log being completely severed and one arm almost severed. With all possible haBte the child was rushed to the hospital where everything possible is being done to save its life. The physicians are hopeful that on ac-- i count of the age of the injured one, they may be able to graft, its hand to the arm, the main artery not being injured. The mother is prostrate over the accident. The parents have the sympathy of the community in this unfortunate calamity. three-year-ol- grief-stricke- d n UTAH HAS VERY DIVERSIFIED CLIMATE That Utah has a very wide range 01 climate is evident from a bulletin recently issued by . the Utah Experiment Statioa entitled,- ' Tho Climate of Utah" by Dr. P. L. West and Mr. N. E. Edlefsen. Woodruff in Rich county and St. George in Washington county are the record holders in tem' perature, the former with a winter record of 50 degrees below zero and the latter with a summer record of The largest an 116 degrees above. nual rainfall recorded is a little over 31 inches at the Forest Service experi ment station in Sanpete county, and the smallest, which is about 4 inches, - The ball game at the city park Sunday between the team of this city and the Brigham nine was the most disgraceful affair that has been witnessed here in many a moon, and the first game this season played by the local team at which there has been any friction whatever. W. W. Christensen, former principal of the Tremonton schools, and judge and referee for years at high school and district school tournaments, was selected as umpire. Mr. Christensen is known locally as a man of unquestioned integrity and his knowledge of sports is quailed by few men in the state. However, the game had barely started when the pitcher from Brigham, disregarding the rules of the game began taunting the umpire, and when one of Brigham 's base runners was called out' on a close play, other players joined in an insulting controversy with Mr. Christensen, who walked off the dia mond and refused to umpire further. This held up the game for a while when a man from Garland was selected in the hope that Brigham would be better satisfied. About the last half of the seventh inning a Brigham player ran into the Tremonton catcher at home base ana general melee was narrowly averted when Catcher Chester Green resented the roughtactics in a way that ineii cated he intended to take care of the situation. Brigham secured 6 runs to Tremon ton 's 2 , early in' the game, but begin ning in the seventh the local boys be gan to climb, and in the last half of the ninth the score had been changed to in favor of Brigham. A local player struck a safe hit but at rstrwhych prevented ras ealisd-,u- t home on the same the tallying of a hit and ended the same. The decision was palpably wrong and one of tne local team lost his head and started a rumpus with the umpire, but was quteit- ly quieted. The unpleasantness was generally re sretted by local citizens, but the trouble was started by the Brigham team, who displayed poor sportsmantactics. ship in their About 800 witnessed the eame, of of which one hundred were from Brigkid-lik- Tooele county. The is 225 ham. recorded season longest growing A return days at Midlake on the Lucin Cut off at Wendover. of the Southern Pacific Railroad, and the shortest is 19 days as Scofield in the coal minine district of Carbon county. The bulletin which is well written nnd illustrated contains much valu able information. There are numerous charts and diagrams showing the yearly precipitation, the amount of rainfall each month, the distribution or frequency of these rains, the date of the last killing frost in spring and the first killing frost in the fall, and the average length of the growing season for the leading towns in each county. A chart is also included showing the relative value of the four most important farm products of each county. Weather and the many terms associated with it are defined ana explained, also winds, rains, and frosts, as well as methods of forecasting weather. An interesting feature of the bulletin is a method which the authors have described of forecasting the temperature at a given place on a s given day. In actual tests temperu-turehave been determined within a mean departure of 4 degrees. The formula, which is workable only in connection with a table which is given, is simple. The records from which the conclusions given in this bulletin have been derived, have in a number of oases been kept for forty years. The publication should be especially valuable to farmers, manufacturers, transportation agencies, and business men generally, who are not familiar with' a section in which they are interested and whose business is tf such a nature, it is likely to be effected by the climate. played e game is scheduled AUGUST VACATION CHLENPflR mr Spendthrift OI0NT 5 AVE HIS WHO r I ( -- i tuy wax I I SAVING'S STAMPS (wtiuiaur' (, if AONEY The city council met in regular session Monday night and several important matters were considered. The purchase of a perpetual right to all waters of every character, now visible, or that may be developed, to 2700 acres of land about the Johnston spring, from N. E. Bever, for a consideration of $2,000, was approved. The purchase" of the right to the ico. To be qualified to accept positions waters on the land of Mr. Bever gives in the work, the appli the city an opportunity to develop au cants must be a college graduate in unlimited supply of water. Above the agriculture or Home Economics and b able to meet the requirements of the small reservoir which at this time, deState Board of Education in the State spite the long, dry season, contains in which the position is open. In the some three feet of water. Engineers hope that there are returned soldiers, are agreed that in that vicinity there Red Cross Nurses or others who cnu is an abundant" water supply awaiting meet these requirements but with development. The contract of the M. Baer Drainwhom the college is not in touch, the college authorities are anxious to age Co. was accepted as to grading and place this information before the peo filling in ditches. A resolution was passed authorizing ple. If the institution can be instruthe mental in bringing together the high mayor and recorder to execute a schools seeking teachers and applicants contract with the O. S. L. railroad comfor a pipe line seeking positions, it feels that It will pany for a the tracks cross mains where water the The double service. a be rendering THE THRIFT FAMILY Smith-Hughe- WHO DID SAVE THEIR MONEY All spending and no W. S. S. means all work and no play. BRIGHAM ITEMS New DEWEYV1LLE tMrs. Orpha Ault, Representative. from the County Seat. s right-of-wa- Little Lucille Lewis of this city, at the Cement factory, went out to visit her father Thursday of last week, and in walking about the grounds stepped into some hot ashes and burned one foot quite whose father works : Surprise party was given to Paul Milo Gardner at the home of his father li. P. Gardner, it being his 15 birthday. The evening was spent in playing games on the lawn and lunch was vrved to fifteen boys and girls of his age. wCWMfe at Brigham Saturday afternoon. BY GRAIN HARVESTER W. C. T. U. HOSTS The W. C. T. U. were pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. W. G. Orr on last Thursday afternoon. There was a large attendance and an enthusiastic meeting was held. The committee for the ' ' Million Dollar Drive" reported the work going, on splendidly. The rest room in the bank building for the 24th was appreciated by many, who used it throughout the day. A vote of thanks was given It. A. Christensen for ice donated to the rest room and also to Alma Farnswortlv for the splendid sign, which he gave the W. C. T. U. Plans are being made for increasing the memberships, and it is hoped that women from all churches and organizations will unite with the W. C. T. U. and strengthen its power for good. Its a world power being formed in over fifty countries of the world, and is rapidly increasing its membership It is neither partisan and influence. or sectarian. Its motto "lor Uod and Home and Every Land" suggests the breadth of its work and depth or its patriotism. The next meeting will be held on A. August 21st at the home of Mrs. T. Carter. Leader, Mrs. Orr, subject, 'The Relation of Our Union to Our Community." MRS. AULT, Secretary. Bequests are coming daily to Presis dent Peterson for teachers but, due to the absolute lack of properly trained men and women, nJ recommendations can be" made. The graduates of the College were oil placed in lucrative positions weeks ago. Bequests have been received from ail sections of Utah, from Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Arizona, and New MexSmith-Hughe- severely. A meeting of the Board of Directors ) I. B. Marble was in Ogden last of the Corinne Milling & Elevator Co. week. was held in Brigham Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Marble and time the resignation of W. F. family have returned from a trip House of Corinne as president of the through the Bear Lake valley. company was accepted and Christian ; B. S. Burbauk was in Brigham SunOlson of this city elected to succeed day. him, C. J. Dewey, wife and babv are V Mayor JohnvD. Peters , a Tew day, at, Ber Lakp. gan have formed a partnership for '" Mr., and Mrs. Victor Burbank spent the purpose of taking the' county Sunday at Garland visiting Mrs. Nellie agency for the sale of the Bulcn auto- Uouk and family. mobile. Miss Annie Cook of Garland was Sir V. D. Thachersey, a millionaire visiting her grandparents Mr. and cotton grower and cement manufactur- Mrs. William Cook of this place Suner of Bombay, India, was a visitor to day. the cement plant here Saturday. Ho Mrs. Jennie Stoddard was in Brig-- ' was accompanied by his wife, a nephew ham on business Friday. She was acand a private secretary. He owns a company ed by Miss Leda waters. large cement factory in India, which A birthday party was given Mrs. employs 6,000 men,' and is here to Margaret Gardner by her children, it study the latest American machinery. being her eightieth birthday. Those present desides the Gardner family of to be Deweyville were Mrs. Lettie Burbank YOUNG WOMAN INJURED AT ENTERTAINMENT ers. Approve Purchase of Water Rights and Authorize Street Opened. Miss Mary Jeppson, a young wor.i.-.- ii of Brigham, sustained a badly lacerated arm at Pocatello valley Monday evening about 7 o'clock. She was visiting friends in that val ley and was riding on a "combined harvester, watching the operation ot the machine, when the sleeve of her dress caught in the cogs of a wheel. Before the machine could be stoppen, the flesh was badly torn on her arm and suffered a. severe Tiei'vons sllOPR She was brought to the hospital in this city and operated upon about mid night, and is resting comfortably fthA COUNTY ASSESSMENTS ARE The State Board boosted the assessed ly every county in Box Elder. The increases in follows: Farm lands, 10 BOOSTED of Equalization has valuations in nearthe state, including this country are as per cent; grazing merchandise and fixtures 25 per cent. As a result every- - citizen of the county will be required to pay increased taxes above any previous year. lands, 50 per cent; positions furnish occupation during the full twelve months and thus do not force a long unre-numerative vacation upon the teacher. These positions pay a uniformly higher salary than other high school positions. The popularity of the courses at the Utah Agricultural College indicates that in the future the institution will be able to turn out graduates in increasing numbers to enter this work. Exceedingly well balanced courses have been organized conforming in every detail to the requirements of the law establishing the ymik-Hugne- s . work and aftording a .' well balanced training. Smith-Hughe- i s - Smith-Hughe- SURVEYS LINE FOR SCHOOL SEWER y of the company. Matthew Baer and A. D. McGuire appeared before the council on behalf of lie Tremonton Mill & Elevator Company, and asked that Second Mortn street be opened across the O. S. L. tracks to Third West street. The mill company offers to pay for one half the ground for. the street, the city to pay for the other half. The street moinmit-tewas authorized to take the necessary steps to open the street. The following bills were allowed: N. E. Bever, water right ... .$2,000.00 8.uu Chris Beck, labor B. R. V, Implement Co., repairs .54.00 e Farmers' CUsn tTnion, mdse Tremonton Cabinet & .... 9.60 Fixture 35.00 Company 46.25 D. C. Roush, labor Cullen & Sercotnb, meals prisoacr 1.65 ; .... 145.00 25.00 Matthew Bner yesterday completed a J4 E. Johnson, sprinkling D. C. Roush, salary survey for a sewer svstem for the pro Power & Light Co Utah posed high school between this city Board Library and Garland. & Co. hose for The Board of Education desires the II. W. Moore 17.50 10.UO 123.00 engine sewer installed while Mr. Baer has his 73.DO T. P. Meister, salary orin in the valley, ditching machine 210.55 . bonds Koutze Bros., interest der to save expenses. Copper National Bank, inter The drain is to be 8 inches in diame180.00 and family of Mapleton, Idaho, and ter and sufficient to care for a school est bonds Mrs. John- T. Hansen and children of Industrial State Commission, population of seven hundred. 1,100.00 Interest bonds Almo, Idaho. The last two named are Tremont Electric Co., supplies.. 41.50 daughters of Mrs. Gardner. Members of the Loveland family are RAY CRAIG REPUTED The Leader, printing and adver 26.07 HEIR TO FORTUNE preparing to attend the Loveland tising Tremonton Cider & Vinegar family reunion at Bear Lake which will be held Wednesday, August 6th. $8.00 Company Tuesday between trains a man claimA meeting was held by members of Sheet Metal Tremonton Works, ing to be an attorney from Denver, 15.00 the Dewey family to decide when the Colo., was in this city, alleging that he waterworks repairs was would be held. It reunion family was looking for Ray Craig, foster-sodecided to have the reunion Sept. 2nd. of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Craig, for LADY MACCABEES ARE Miss Clara Burbank was visiting in pome of this city, and residents years ROYALLY ENTERTAINED Brigham Sunday. of a that Ray had inherited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carter of million dollar estate from his fafher, Garland, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ault of who for eighteen years had resided In The W. B. A. of the Maccabees and Tremonton and J. W. Ault and daugh Ireland. their friends spent a delightful afterter Dorothy of Logan were the guests He declared the name of Craig to be noon, last Monday at the home of of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ault Sunday Ray O'Reilly, and freely made some Mrs. W. George Carter. The prizes for afternoon. thrilling statements relative to the a dressmaking game were awarded Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lish and baby father and his life at Cripple Creek, Mrs. R. J. Staynor and Mrs. Elizabeth are visiting at Honeyville, the guests Colo., where he amassed a fortune and Cook. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ornie. Much merriment was caused by an returned to Ireland, leaving his son in Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lish were shop- the care of others. program given impromptu burlesque ping in Tremonton Saturday. The story is that Ray, another by Mrs. Myrtle Carter, Mrs. Lulu Mrs Thomas Ault and daughters brother and a sister each have a Nichols, Mrs. Clara Mann, Mrs. Leafy Emma and Mable were in Tremonton Mrs! Ruby Carter and which the in Montgomery, interest estate, Mrs. Ivie Allred. Saturday shopping. amounts to over a million dollars. A number of Deweyville people atIce cream, cake and punch were Mr. and Mrs. Craig adopted the boy tended the picture shows at Tremon- when a child. Mr. Craig was for served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. ton Friday and Saturday nights. several years engaged in the canning Jessie Mae Carter and Mrs. Nichols. Mrs. Peter Jensen and daughter business at Ogden, and some elgnt Those present besides the members were Ruth and Mrs. Lizzie Harwood and years ago erected a canning factory Mrs. Wm. Hadlcy, Mrs. Alice Ault, baby were visiting at Preston, Idaho, here. For a year past the Craigs have Miss Mary Burns, Mrs. Edith Nimor- Sunday. resided at Salt Lake, where Mr. Craig ler, Mrs. Ben Winzeler, Mrs. S. B. Wat-lanC. J. Dewey will leave for Cali- is connected with the farm Mrs. Wayne Mrs. S. Allison, department fornia the last of this week. of the Betillyon Investment Co. Binkley, Mrs. Olof Johnson, Mrs. Kay,( H. A. Lish is driving a new OakThe freedom with which the stranger, Mrs. Garfield, Mrs. George Cropley, land, purchased of the Tremonton gave the alleged details, and the fact Mrs. F. C. Gephart, Mrs. L. M. Tall- Auto Sales Co. that he could have secured all the In- man, Mrs. Harry Drew, Mrs, A. D. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Germer and formation needed by calling upon the McGuire, Mrs. Dixie Shelton, Mrs. R. family have returned from an outing young man's foster parents at Salt J. Stayner, Mrs. L. Ingberg, Mrs. Eliat Bear Lake. Lake, causes many to doubt the cor- zabeth Cook and Mrs. Pauline Turner. . one-thir- ono-thir- d Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miller of Murray are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cornwall a few miles south of this city, the latter being their daughter.. Mr. Miller is a pioneer of '49, and traveled over the Bear River M. O. Christensen has purchased from Valley when it was a wide expanse of The next regular meeting meeting rectness of the story. cottage on sage brush. W. H. Capwell a small be held next Monday at Fraternal will Bacr Mrs. Steven Hayes of Grand Island, North First West street. Rudy This evening a miscellaneous shower Mrs. Hall. and Hunsaker Miss Hortense with her the and here is Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Iverson premises who has been occupying Nebraska, visiting is to be given at the home of Miss secured rooms for the present at Mrs. Geo. A. Christensen motored to is visiting here with her sister Mrs. Maud Dewey spent three days this has Edith Miss of in honor Read The Leader fur the news. Mary Burns week in Brigham City. sister Mrs. Gifford Watland. the Midland hotel. Ogden Tuesday. Swerdfcger.