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State Couuci of Defense veiijter 20-1- mm The Leader is the Farmers' Friend, Always Ready to Protect Their Interests. VOLUME VI. TREMONTON, UTAH, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919 CHANGE MADE IN BUSINESS FIRM LITTLE GIRL IS i i DROWNED III CANAL Fontella Anderson Falls Into Canal While Playing With Brother.' The End of a Perfect Day NUMBER 28 ID Another change in the business of the city took place the fore part of the week, whereby John H. Andrews purchased a half interest in the Davis Drug Co., from Henry J. Davis. Mr. Andrews is a brother of Mrs. Davis, is a graduate pharmacist, an energetic young man, , and will lio doubt prove a valuable addition to the Utah's potato yield per acie. three-year-ol- -. I Board of Education. The Board of Education met Friday, all members present except Shumway. Bids for the Riverside heating plant were opened, and the contract awarded to T. W. Coleman of Brigham for $1,570. Bids on the general contract were regarded as excessive and all were : - J 0OOO404B0O0 , e . . merry-go-roun- d DEATH rrirrvnt r A PENROSE J. a Mrs. Orpha Ault, Representative. William Rodgers has purchased a D. B. Marble and family were visitFord car and is making good us of it. ; ing relatives in Ogden last week, Sunday Bishop Almon Wight, Lyman i Miss Rosa Grover returned home to Wight and wife, Brq. Morgan Miller, Morgan, after Thursday, spending a and Miss Ernia Wight went to Proma week here with her sister Mrs. John in the of interest the Sunday C. ontory Dewey. school. ; A number of Deweyville people, There was a big dance at Thatcher were shopping in Tremonton Saturday, last Friday night. Those that went f Mrs. M. A. Lish, Mrs. F. S. from here reported a good time. Mrs. Tobin, Mrs. O. Harwood, James Miller went to Brigham last Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dewey, Mrs. R. W. Friday in the interest of the old Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cooke, school house lot which he bought. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heusser . and Miller Wilford and wife went to family attended the celebration at Plymouth Sunday. Logan August 20th. All had a good Lila Young, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. George Young, has been ill but time. Miss Luella Marble was shopping in is recovering. last week. Biij'liaiu Miss Lorine Call, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. John C. Dewev snent .Call i of Perry, fn4 JVlrs.. Johil vuTf and "Monday '" wltE'Mr' and ing her sister," Mrs. Anna L. Petersen. (Sunday Mrs. Alvin Norr at Blue Creek, Har-wno- (Omitted Last Week.) Friday evening, August 15, the ward gave a dance and program. Those on the program rendered their parts splendidly. The Primary and Relief Society put up a lunch counter and sold ice cream, pie, cake, lemonade and watermelons. There was a large crowd present. People from Promontory, Brigham, Bear River, Bothwell and thatcher were present and every one seemed to enjoy themselves. Miss Aurelia Miller, who has been visiting Miss Rosetfa Stokes at Promontory, has returned. The Junior Bee Hive girls gave a party for the senior swarm Saturday evening at the home of Miss Louise Jensen. The. supper and refreshments which were served were delicious. Those present were: Misses Louise Jensen, Maude and Olive Miller, Orvens, Josephine Hennd, Elberta Fern Heigh, Fontella Pierson, Lillian Alcorn, Pearl and Myrtle Petersen, Amy Petersen, Luetta Petersen and Mesdames Violet Berchtold, Bessie and Ida Miller, Bro. N. P. Pierce Virgil Pierce and Grover. Calthorp. Miss Fontella Pierson of Plymouth is visiting here with her sister Mrs. Bessie Miller. A number of people from here attended Presthood meeting at vrarranu Sunday. Mrs. Andrea Bensen and daughter Laura who recently moved to Brigham are back again cooking for a. W. Taylor's hay crew. A pleasant surprise party was "given in honor of John Shuman at hia home Saturday evening August 8th. He is a returned soldier. Refreshments were served to all and the rest of the evening was spent in playing games. Those present were Misses Louise Shuman, Annie Stokes, Luetta Petersen, Violet Berchtold, Louise Jensen, Lillian Alcorn, Fern Heigh, Olive, Maude and Aurelia Miller, Elveita Owens, and Josephine Henley. The young men present were, Elias Stokes, Ryman Petersen, Edgar Call, Winzlo Rohwer and John Shuman. Edgar Call, a returned sQldior from overseas, is here visiting his sister Mrs. Anna L. Petersen. Tuesday. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Harwood has been ill for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lish and children, motored to Ogden Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Cook and family have moved back to their home, here after living in Garland for a few months. Miss Durphy of Beaver Dam spent Sunday at the home of D. B. Marble. Monday A. R. Burbank was operated on for Adonoids and tonsils, at Garland. He returned late Monday afternoon and is doing as well as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cole gave a supThe little per and party Monday evening. After supper there was dancing and music until late. Every body had a fine time. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Waits, Mrs. E. J. Buchanan; Mrs. Jennie Stoddard, Miss Cora Ham-son- , Leda Waters, Hcneretta and Eugene Hamson. Miss Vaudis Marble was operated (in for Adonoids and tonsils Monday at Garland. She was very ill after the operation but is doing nicely at this writing. Monday the Prmary gave -. children 's party at the ward hall. All had a nice time. Dancing was the amusement of the afternoon. Mrs. Young of Pocatello, Idaho, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. Harwood this week. She is a cousin of Mrs. Harwood. Mrs. Lloyd Lish is visiting friends and relatives at Smthfield and Hyde Park. Mrs. H. A. Lish and son Horace were shopping in Brigham city Tuesday. Kyi-stro- ELECTRICAL COMPANY IN NEW LOCATION The Trenionton Electric & Supply has occupied its new building, and is better than ever prepared to care for the wants and needs of the public Co. A complete supply of electrical sup plies and equipment is on display, and it is worth while to inspect this lin-- . portant enterprise, of which the community may feel justly proud. Manager E.- J. Winzelor says there is no need in the electrical line that his firm can not supply, and at the lowest prices consistent with the very best service. Operation Too Late to Save Life of Little Nolan Capener of harvest estimated at Riverside. against 35,000 bushis 162 busneis industry today. Provo Tax levy for city aud city schools shows increase of 1 mill. Salt Lake Work to start on additions to Franklin and Grant schools. Utah road fund for 1919 is $10,000,-000- . Includes federal, state and county appropriations. Prince Consolidated Mining Co. planning to go after rich ore on lower levels. Mine one of most consistent producers in west. Western Union Telegraph Co. will rebuild thousands of miles of telegraph wires in mountain division of company and will open 45 new oTIces in Utah, Idaho and Montana. Is it not time the business elements of the community get into a fair and square frame of mind toward public utilities and allow them to make money the same as any other business. Provo Plan to reclaim 1000 acres at Skipped Bay at cost of $20,000. ava Hot Springs State to commence erection of fine natatorium at nce. Payson shows unusual building ac- son oi. Nolan, little Mr. aud Mrs. A. A. Capener of Riverside, died at the hospital in tins ciry eleven-year-ol- Wednesday night about 8 o'clock, from the effects of a ruptured appendix and peritonitis. The boy was seized with severe pains Sunday afternoon. Almost immediately he told his parents that he had appendicitis and that he was going to die. They attempted to console him, thinking that he was suffering from an acute stomach trouble. However, he grew worse and a physician was called Monday nlgni and immediately pronounced him to ne suffering from a severe type of appendicitis. He was brought to the hospital here and early Tuesday morning an operation was performed. The surgeons found that the appendix had been ruptured for some time, and the intestines were already involved in a serious form of peritonitis, and that he could not possibly survive. He lived until the hour stated, when he passed to the "presence of his creator. Shortly before his death no sang two or three songs. His parents have the sympathy of the community in their sad bereavement. Besides his parents he loaves two sisters and two brothers. Funeral services will be held Friday at the Riverside chapel. since first of year. 50 homes erected during season. Salt Lake Great activity in DiaSuccess of mond Fork expected. Oil Co. incentive for others to BRIGHAM ITEMS begin work. Newrf from the County Seat. "Socialistic demands for eovern-mentalprice ' regulation "will not be heeled they should not be. The law A new musical firm, known as f;e provides means for curbing profiteers, but we must accommodate ourselves Christensen Music Co., has been organto the fact that basic prices, for ized here, with Chris Christensen oh. and labor and manufacturers will president, R. T. Nish, Plymouth, remain ' comparatively high for a long and Homer J. Rich, secretime, perhaps until the world lias re- tary and treasurer. The capital is covered from the war, possibly per- $10,000. manently." The Union, Indianapolis. . Wayne, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Lava Hot Springs experiencing Charles Sheffield, lost a finger Tues-Inseason of great building activity in t afternoon by same coming in with a meat slicing machine in a spite of high cost of building materials and labor. butcher shop. Eureka Ore shipments from Tintic The contract for paving the streets district for week ending August 5tli was awarded to Gibbons & Reed Tuestotal 125 cars. day evening, the work to bo completed Park City smeUer increases force. in 120 days. T. J. Call of Perrf was badly injurMining conditions improving daily. program of nation in ed last Friday when a timber fell into present year t tals $375,000,000 in ex- a well in which he was working, strikpenditures. Utah credited with ing and cutting and bruising him afooiu the head. Alta Work to bo resumed "at West There has been a big slump in the Toledo mine. price of peaches the last few days, the Salt Lake First shipment in an- price falling from $1.75 to $1.25 a nual movement of sheep and lambs to bushel. East to start soon. The Hansen Furniture Co. has openThe milk wagon drivers want $55 ed a branch store at Lava, Idaho, a week and six hour day. The rail- which will be in charge of Year Hanroad firemen wart increased wages, sen, son of the manager. A now store automatic feeders to fire the engines 36x120 feet is being erected to care and two firemen on the large engines for "the business. to watch the automatic feeder work. W. C. T. U. Meeting. Higher wages, less work, and shorter hours is the slogan. The cost of high The W. C. T. U. held their regular living has only started if this program meeting last Thursday at the home of of decreased work and production is Mrs. Wayne Binkley, five miles south continued. of this city. Salt Lake Joseph Murphy Co. The guests of the day were, Mrs. for $25,000. Mrs. Fred Hansen, Mrs. Olof Frank, Ogden Plans under way for air and Miss Harriett Holler. Johansen, patrol of forests in near future. A business meeting was held first, Ogden Canning of tomatoes begun followed by a social hour. Refreshby a number of local plants. ments were served. Metal output of Utah seriously reThe next meeting will be held at thn tarded during first half of 1919 be- home of Mrs. Win. Greenwood, Sepcause of lower prices- and labor trouoic. tember 4th. State's output of gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc in 1918, valued at 03 contract let for highway from Roy showed a decrease from to south cTty limits of Ogden. in 1917. Park City ExplorSalt Lake Mountain Girl Mining ation Co. incorporates for $400,000. Co. incorporated for $250,000. Utah Metal & Tunnel Co. reorganThere is no longer any argumen: ized and will soon resume operations against the sugar beet, every communi- on property at Binghnrrt. to ty that can grow them is anxious Topeka State Journal: "The big get the industry started. have become the targets for packers Alta Louise Mine has bright futof both thf producers of live atjack ure. Promising showings of pay ore stock and the consumers of meat. If encountered in several places. packers had not made a world market Salt Lake Bank deposits here snow for American meats,' does anybody total increase of $5,098,000 over last think that stockmen would be getting tivity " pdo-duc- e y cou-ac- Road-buildin- Clifford .Tingey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tingey, who broke his leg twice will soon be able to be out again. Harmon Granger, and Morgan and Eugene Miller have purchased a new year. threshing machine and are making Contract for reconstruction of highhas purchased a George Cropley good use of it. two miles tract acres of is land of hay way from North Ogden to Utah Hot busy putting up forty Everyone south of this city. and getting their grain threshed. Springs let for $100,413.25. $60,325.. RESULTS FROM APPENDICITIS REVIEW Utah's peach 808,000 bushels, els in 1918. Ogden Union Pacific Co. to rebuild ice houses, recently destroyed by fire. Lack of production in all lines and Ithe tendency to still further reduce production by unreasonabale shortening of hours while still further increasing wages is the nightmare of all firm. rejected and the clerk- was instructed to place the work at a day labor rate. the canal while his sister walked in Work was awarded Lorenzo Peterson. the water. Moroni Mortensen and L. Wiedmann The body went down the canal a of Bear River City asked for the Inhalf mile, passing over two drops, stallation of better transportation faciwhen two children of H. B. Cole, wno lities for the students residing norm were playing near the canal, noticed of that place. Board allowed them the clothing of the baby. One of tha 15c per capita per day for actual attenchildren, a girl, wanted the clothes for dance. her doll, and her brother who was conJoseph B. Jeppson, representing the siderably older, secured a stick and be- town board of Mantua, asked the board gan to pull the clothes tp the bank, to install a van to transport students when he discovered the baby 'and got of that place. Referred to superinnotiit out. He ran to the house and tendent for disposition. fied his father, who attempted to reMr. Hoopes was instructed to' have store the child but life was extinct. water mains laid leading to No one knows the exact length of time larger Lincoln school the body was in the water, but it is J. H. Miller was the successful bidthought to have been about two hours. der for the old Penrose school propoAihFore howao vstarted ou 1 steoGv for $276. The little girl's mother is dead and erty ' driver routes were carefully Wagon her father left the morning of the acconsidered. , cident for Montpelier, Idaho, but was N. C. Simonsen, representing park located as quickly as possible and recommittees, appeared and urged that turned home. the high! school; property be improved. Funeral services' were held at Both-- ' Pres. Hansen reported finding oi well ward meeting house Monday with patrons at Tremonton meeting afternoon. relative to transporting 8th and' Sili grade pupils to Garland. Member Hoopes and Supt. Skidmore were appointed a committee to arrange SNOWVILLE a for reception on September 4th. Hurd Miss Annie Representative q A small school will be established at Promontory Point, Wheelon, Muddy and Cosmo. Miss Birdie Robbins has gone to Ogden, and is employed at the teleJ. B. VANCE TO phone office. Miss Marguerite Bingham has gone LOCATE ELSEWHERE to Fielding where she is employed at a boarding house. J. B. Vance has decided, to leave tne Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schmidt have valley and make his, home elsewhere, come from. Albon, Idaho, to reside at and will hold a public sale of his efMr. Schmidt is employed fects at his farm a short distance south Snowville. at the Nelson garage. of this city, Saturday, beginning at Mr. Truss and family have moved 1 o'clock. into Snowville. They are residing at The decision to seek a new location the restaurant building. Mr. Truss is is made necessary on account of the employed at the Allen garage, while health of Mrs. Vance, whos obliged Mrs. Truss dispenses eats and drink- to go to a lower altitude. They will ables to the traveling public. go first to Yakima, Washington, where Thos. Arbon has returned to his it is hoped the desired climate will be home in Colorado after visiting here found. with his sister, Mrs. Ellen Bobbins The removal of this splendid family and other relatives for about 10 days. will be a distinct loss to the communiThe brother and sister had not seen ty and their going will be regretted by each other for many years. a host of friends, but all will hope the Mrs. Wilford Hurd and children of change will restore Mrs. Vance to Salt Lake City are visiting here with health. Mrs. Hurd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bingham and other relatives. Marriage Licenses. Mrs. Robert King has gone to Brig-haDuring the last week the- county to nurse a little niece who has clerk issued the following marriage met with a serious accident. licenses: Mr. and Mrs. Eli Graehl and family Bert L. Brown and Miss Edith I). have returned from a visit to Seliow-ston- Swerdfeger, both of Tremonton; WilPark. They traveled in their liam Larsen of Mt. Pleasant and Miss Mr. Graehl reports about70 miles Lucy Hadley of Brigham City; Hercar. of the road so bad that he thought he man L. Warner and Miss Charlotte would never get there. Reardon, both of Ogden. Kars M. John S. Bingham, after being em- Cowley and Miss Leone Stout, both ployed as principal of the Snowville of Twin Falls, Idaho. schools for 13 years, is removing witn his family to Cliffton, Idaho. Mr. Albert Nelson and Lawrence Olson of Bingham takes the pvincipalship who linve been traveling in Washingthe schools nt Cliffton. ton and, Oregon over since their reMiss Ollic Mantlo of Fielding wa lease from the army iu March, returnvisiting friends here during the last ed to this city last Sunday. Mr. week. Olsen will remain here and his comand daughter Mrs. Emma Eliason panion will make an indefinite visit Mattie were Brigham visitors the last here with his brother Chester Nelson week end. and wife. Elron Bingham, of Fielding, paid a and week end visit to his parents here, reLast Saturday a turning to Fielding "Tuesday morning. Ferris wheej arrived in town and were at once placed in operation, since Teachers Examination. which they have been doing a rushing They expect to remain heTe An examination for teachers in the business. Ke until the day before Peach Day, when public schools of the county will held next Friday and Saturday at the they are to go to Brigham for the celeCourt House at Brigham, according to bration there. information sent out by County SuperBead The Leader fur the news. intendent C. H. Skidmore. WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Further improvements in the equipment of the business is being planned d Little Fonsella Anderson, and will be announced at. an early date, daughter of Nels Anderson and the proprietors claim that the obof Both well, was .drowned in a canal is to provide a drug store near her father's home last Friday ject anywhere. morning. The family were all away from home at the time except the little girl, a sister about 16 years old and a brother five years old. The two little children went to the canal a few hundred yards from the house, and the baby fell in. The boy was too young to realize that his sister was drowning, and afterwards said that he walked down UTAH . Utah-Californi- -- anywhere hear the price they are getting today for their products! The consumer may have a rase, but not the producer of raw material.