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The Leader is the Farmers' Friend, VOLUME VI. TREMONTON CITY COUNCIL IN REGULAR SESSION ASSIGNMENT OF TEACHERS . Hi Always Ready to Protect Their Interests JpAH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1919 NUMBER 29 Negligent Neighbors . BURGLARS Matthew Baer la Appointed as Councilman and Lighting System in Given Consideration. FISHBURN The city council met in regular sesi sion Tuesday night. Matthew Baer, former member of the council, who reof Box signed in order that ke might bid on the installation of the new water system, was reapponted to his former position, the new water system having The following is a list of the names been completed and acepted. of the teachers who have been assign-- ' The matter of making some changes, ed to the Box Elder schools for tnet in the street lighting for Main street coming term, together with the re- was considered. Property owners havspective schools in which they will ing contributed $1,325 for the installa- By C. H. Skidmore, Superin- District teach: Lincoln School: Alfred L. Freeman, 6; Victor Bott, 6; Lillie Knudsen, 5; Mary Perkins, 5; Ethel Jensen, 4; Ida Jensen, 4. Mary C J.ensen, 3; Gueni-verKotter, 3; Grace Card, 2; Maurine Olsen, 2; Sevena Madsen, 1; Evelyn ' Smith, 1; Central School: Joseph Law, 6; Devon Nielson, 6; Myrtle Dunn, 5; Jeppson, 5; Lulu M. Jones, 4; Sylvia Peterson, 3; Delia Wright, 3; Mary Wagstaff, 2. Florence Kelly, 2; Sccelia Bott, 1; Irene Nielsen, 1; Whittier: Leona' Cuthbert, Prlnci-i: Virginia Wyss, 3; Arline Parrry, 2; May Jones, 1. Willard School: A. B. Taylor, 8; T. Norton Brunker, 7; Delia Oldham, 6; y Ellen Zundel, 4 and 5; Elizabeth 3 and 4; Louise Kuzner, 2; Eliza Hubbard, 1; J. Arthur Johnsen, Perry School: 5 and 6. Cleopha Jeppson, 3 and 4; Flora Watkins, 1 and 2; Mahonri Joseph-son- , Harper. School: 5 and 8; Clara Lily white, Leland E. AnHoney ville School: Marie Barker, derson, Sybil Hunsaker, Dewey ville School: Mont Harmon, Alice J. Harmon, Doloris Bees, e Kd-ven- 1 ' Ros-kell- 4-- 6-- ' 4-- -- ' 5-- D. Allison, Mabel ' 2; Bessie M. Hill, 1. 7-- Don I.. Lillie 4-- Mae Bees, store was entered some between midnight and daylight Monday and a quantity of merchandise taken. Ly-di- a . 3-- F. Boulton, off 6-- 3-- 1- 3-- n Appledale School: Mar:na ;ngham. E. W. Bear River City School: Watkins, 8; Sophrona Christenesn, j Leareda Folster, Hazel Jensen, Deta Peterson, 2. Ethel C. Stander, 6-- 3-- 5-- 1. mm rftn tint mi nnAi mu tun -- V r ' : meut for action. Each Senator has a right to use his PENROSE FIGHT AND PAY? own judgement, to come to his own r, iiii' iM. but he has no right to push humanity's cry aside, Dearborn (The Independent) Little Miss Lena Miller, was given In the battle of St. Mihiel, 550,000 and to base that judgement, to come to that conclusion, on the lines of party a party Friday afternoon in honor of, American soldiers fought, ana many her third birthday. She received a num- of them died. in civilan life, expediency. Kindly There was no partinship in the ber of pretty presents. Refreshments themselves fierce they proved fghters on the French front; there was were served and all enjoyed the good whe affer the foe. Jfight cs e time. Those present were: Misses An idea of the size of the struggle no partisanship in the buying of Lib Miller and Mabel Heigh, Eudo., can be obtained bonds or 'giving to patriotic by comparing it with erty Aleda and Berniece Rodgers, Evelyn the battle of there no partisan should be funds; Gettysburg, in 'which Miller, Irene and Altha Mliler and 100,000 Northern soldiers ship in the contest of he United Staes fought. Merlin Miller. The tasted Senate but, unfortunaely, there is. struggle were Willis Whitaker and family ,47 days, and l,200,f0 American! solhere Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. diers risked their lives, many of Ithem inu i Lu-cil- I Meuse-Argonn- Baby Nearly Drowned. e making the supreme sacrifice. ? Amerca had 2,085,000 soldiers4; in France, of whom 1,390,000 saw battle service, more than 50,000 dying in battle, a total of 122,500 overseas having .! died. , There were 236,000 American - solAlta Conditions here rapidly diers and sailors wounded on the with - some - mines approacs; '. tern front. in g position that promises shipments in V No tribute is so great as' to Uo jus- the near future.""tice to the gallantry shown by the . Salt'.Lake Erection of $40,000 L. D. boys who turned .the tid of battle and S. chapel in Wells ward planned. More helped our bleeding Allies to a victory, than 20,000 employes of Swift & the French sodiers who died in ttio Co. own stock, purchased, on au easy struggle having numbered 1,385,000 and payment profit sharing basis. SCHOOL OPENS the British 900,000. , Salt Lake 40 mile tiil into Black's NEXT MONDAY The war cost America much more, Fork country in Summit county being very much more, than $1,000,000 an constructed by U. S. forestry service,, The first day is important. Every hour for two years. cost $3000. Utah commercial productwho expects to attend school pupil The people have paid and are pay- ion of peaches estimated at 80S,UOO Dorris Sorensen. Junction School: be at school on time ro get his should taxes on not Bernice Bird. bu. Woodrow School: as bu. if last with 735,000 ing nearly everything, compared right assignments. As a matter of con- Grouse Creek School: John M. directly, then indirectly, on what they year. ' rent. Provo Development woik is being venience those who have finished the. Peterson, 7, 8, 9; Mrs. J. M. Peterson, wear and eat and-iThe nation's net debt as a result of done at Syndicate mine in Santaquin eighth grade and who wish to attend 4 5, 6; Cloe Nelson, ,. the war is about $22,000,000,000, or mining district promsng to open one school later, or who wish to apply for, Etna School: Grace Chadwick. permits, may do so during the first about $1,000 for every family, whien of big mining fields of west. Lucin' School: Eleanor Baty. ' the principal of the e be must Mrs. James School: the Lake medical toil Salt finally $75,000 building week, through paid by Muddy school. nearest family, for no matter who pays it di- at U. of U. near completion. Twelve The new law requires all over 6 and Edith Fearnley rectly, in the end it comes to the con- road, building projects embracing over R osette School: 18 years o fage to register. The. under Neand added and 165 with will miles in interest Utah it sumer; Hatch, highway Board is required to report to the Lund D. amount to more than $2,000, near $3,000 vada now being completed. .Park Valley School: County Attorney all those who ignore Marba Grover, Eureka New auto route thru fcait Metealf by the time it is paid. What was the object of all this sac: Lake from Tintic district assured. this request. The law 6ays the County, Mrs. Josie B. Long Kosmo School: Ore sipmeuts from Tintic during week attorney shall prosecute such offendV Promontory Station Schoo:: Lucile rifice of life and treasure? do we What owe to the men who ending Aug. 23 totaled 137 cars. Tha ers. Jones. The Box Elder high school will regwent over and risked their all? North Promontory School: safety of merica and American insti9th year students next Saturday, ister What do we owe to the dead on tutions today lies in the constant eduHughes. ' also others that find it to their adof Afton the School: France? fields cation of thet people to see the East Promontory to register on that day.. What do we owe to those who came between "evolution and revo- vantage Rufi'. iTanna back maimed for life? Boot he Valley School: lution." What do we owe to those who gave Provo Orem Cannery opens. Fac- 25 to 500 per cent since 1914. Seigfried. Vera of School: time? and wealth Point Provo to pave Fifth West Street, generously tory equipped to handle 85,000 cans Promontory workers.! 200 we do owe What To cost fruit $44,224. daily. humanity. employ Layton. Do we owe them assured peace for when operating full capacity, iiunts-,1- , Woods Cross $45,000 drainage disJunior and Senior High School: F. A., Hinckley, W. II. Griffiths, the future, or do we owe them end- - J ville to vote Sept. 23 on $50,000 bond trict formed here. issue for reclamation of 1,350 acres i Bever City Press: "What is the George C. Laney, Orson A. Christensen, less bickering? Those who sacrificed over there cry ' iilUll 111 X1UUIQV1IIC itiabiiv. msttetr with Beaver. We have a deLeroy B. Young, Ellen R. Hinckley, Provc Many silos built in Utah lightful climate, beautiful scenery, Shirley Horsley, E. D. Mann, Bervard out that such a sacrifice shall never good roads, the best side walk sysNichols, Alvin G. Twitchell, Margarci be forced on humanity again. county this summer. Those who suffered in the trenches Verne B. Ogden-Worbegins on factory of tem in the state, fine soil, prifit-abl- e Coress; Fay Cornwall, ' wonderful farms, good ranges, Thorpe, Vera Dewey, James Jensen, would have themselves, their children Kleckhefer Box Co. Francis F. Smith, Laverd Watson, Hor- and, their children's children spared Crops throughout Utah prospering mining possibilities, good school systense White Emily H.Brinton, Esther from such an ordeal again. tem, fewer merchants, more garages, despite dryness. S Fnrnawnrth. Lorn Bennion. Liono. Salt Lake Dixie Power Co. asits more money spent with mail order They know the fierceness oi tne instruments devised by permission to construct 100 miles of houses, good banks, W. Sorensen, J. Rolla Mathony, N. Pv'eath-dealinpoor meeting they know that another .world electrical transmission line from Cedar) houses and a contented people. Nielson, Ernest Wangsgard, Burton K The time is here to call a halt on Farnsworth, A. M. Hansen, Alta N. conflagration .carried on with the City. Ihe investigation of the packers, continually increasing wages to meet Jensen Vance H. Tingey, H. E. Grant. knowledge gained in this, would all has developed the fact that the main "increased" cost of living for cost, Olive M. McKinley, T. B. Isaacson, but wipe out humanity. We war and know before all the that kick against them is from wholesale of living will hover stop increasing as Ireta Wifford Freeman, Roylance we were told that great armaments grocers who say the packers undersell long as wages increase. Abnormal Laura Mathias. O. Nye, Laura worked for peace, nud we know now them. and prices of commodities are George wages Supervisors: " Moab Kansas syndicate to drill for against public welfare and stability of that that was not true; that they E. Lovendale, O. S. Dunn. meant death to mankind. oil in this vicinity. M. government. We must get onto the For A. Thursday, Sept. We ave learned that peace can be Brigham City Work of installing "honest days work" basis "or this all teachers new in the district. P. 12. Gen- maintained throughout this, world ouy new lightink system in busness sec nation will reap a sad reward. Facts Thursfay Sept, ton of this city progresing. through the intelligent nations. might as well bo faced now, there eral session for all teachers. And the voices of those who have Moab Drilling operations 'at Levi has got to bo more work and less Thursday) Sept. 4 8 P. M. Annual gone and those who remain cry out well of western Allies Co. near here loafing. informal reception by Board of Edu- for such an understanding. continuing night, and day. cation. That understanding, written into thi) Scenic highway from head o Lambs RELIEF SOCIETY NOTICE. Friday, Sept. 5 9 A. M. Open period League of Nations, is being accepted canyon to head of American Fork for 9fcial mettings. in Europe The Ladies Relief Society of Tremom canyon, 8 miles, to be completed at Friday Sept. 510 A. M. Depatt-menta- t Our constitution gives the United cost of $128,000. ' ton ward will meect with Mrs. O. A. meetings. States Senators the power to accept Tho production cost remains high Senger at her home in East Tremonton, Friday, Sept. 510 A. M. Depart- or reject the understanding accepted by in mining industry as prices of mater' next Friday afternoon at 3 p. m. It mental meetings. other nations and before this govern- - ial and wages have advanced, from urged that all members be present. " - " of-th- Hy-lan- 5-- Isa-bell- e . , . Albert S outh Elwood School: Ethel McCullough., Meldrum, 6-- ' Harry Larson, East Garland School: 0. L. Florence Christensen, George L. Beal, Fielding School: Donetta HanIrene Durfey, Dorethea Roylance, sen, Douglas Plymouth School:" Des-pai- 5-- , 5-- 7-- 3-- Gun-derso- 6-- Maren C. Nielsen, Mortensen, Both well School: 3-- Vir-gi- a Rulon Mortensen, Alice Marguerite Burnhope, M. Stander, Thatcher School: Claud II. Adams, Pearl Mortensen, Christie Boulton, Penrose School: ; Alta Mortensen, Aaron S. Home, Howell School: 58; Mary B. Toolson, ; 6-- - Blue Creek School: Snowville School: 6- 8; Verna Hansen, 3-- Clear Creek School: fceth Hyde. Mctcal, Jennie James, Roy Julia Han-se- Elsa Hunsaker. Standrod School: Yost School: Leroy Erickson, ; Marilla Crowther, , Tre-mon- . , H. L. E. Young. Washakie: Arthur 0. Clark, Portage: Mabel I. Stevenson, Pearl Stratford, "Mantua School: ' Norman Jeppson, 6- Josie Jensen, 8; Alice Reeder, .6-8- The crooks gained entrance bv prviiur a lock on the door t facing on street with a crowbar. The Iock was an unusually heavy one and re quired considerable effort to move it. Manager A. N. Fishburn is unable to determine the amount of goods ta ken, but has been able to determine. that two men's suits, two pairs o' shoes two hats, three silk shirts, a quantity of ties and gloves were among the loot secured. One of the burglars changed shoes in the store, leaving his old ones as n memento of his visit. The next day two men were taken into custody on suspicion, but a ft being held awhile by Marshal T. P. Meister and closely .questioned they were released. Xo clue to the perpetra tors of the deed has been found. tion of iron poles, and a bid havng been receved to install them, it was decided to have them placed on Main street. There will be 14 posts on the three principal blocks. A number of bills were allowed. n Bear River High and Elementary School at Garland: Clarence E. Smith, Principal, Jessie Hadfield, Earl Boscoe Walker, Lyman T. Thorpe, Titens'or Gula Cunningham, 6; Pauline Hubard, 5; Mary H. Peterson, 4; Holmgren, 3; Minerva B. Peterson, ,2. Mrs. Nina W. Stayner, 1. Mexican School: Sarah Clayson. Merritt L. Toul-son- , Riverside School: Blanche Langford, Ruby L Fishburn's , East Tremonton School: Jensen, Euby' Jensen, r time e Harmon Granger. Miss Ruth Berchtold gave a birth; day party Sunday afternoon. Refreshments were served. Those present were Misses Helen Granger, Evelyn Miller, Eudora Rodgers, Maybel Heigh, Mary Peterosn, Ruby and Lila Young .A1J a good time. reported Collin ston School: La Rue ' Burn-ham- , A number of people from here at-- ; tended conference at Garland Sunday. Bever Dam School: Emil Nielson, Aaron Roluver is home again. He has 5- 8, Lizzie Durfey, been away for some time, working Wheelon: Leora Crompton. in Nevada. Corinne School: Norman Watkins, 7- (Miss Olive Miller left Monday morn. Elizabeth Au-8; Ella McCulloch, for a few days visit with Nannie ing Jennie Campbell, ams, Alcorn of Perry. 7. D. A. Wooton, Union Schoo: Miller and family have reWilford Florence" Orr, 6; Annie O'Neill, 3; turned from Plymouth. 01se Naomi Hortense 4; Pixton, 3; 6-- 'S SI Crooks Secure Entrance by-Prying Off Lock With Crowbar Oder tendent ENTER g i; 0:30 42 --- .' The small baby of Mr. and Mrs. Green of Elwood was nearly drowned Tuesday night when it fell into tin; large canal near their home. . Several men were working near and ran to the aid of the mother wh missed the baby shortly after it ha fallen into the water, and rescued it from the canal. The child showed no evidence oi ttte when taken from the water, buit 1 ?