r" EAR RIVER YALI WY EADER TREMOXTOX CITY, UTAHTHURSDAY, s n a W PAT. ATALITY CHART OFF. THE EDITORS OP TIME Tin Wtkly Kvsmagazin0 TO 1937 RODEO t ivn ifRlif Colburn & Sorenson To Furnish Stock; $500 Added to Prize Money DEATH - - - Long cues of ) four abreast and stretch Cfir down the corridors outside the gallery, waited last week to f Sss one of the biggest and fights in a generation: it Supreme Court battle, at last I aeinto the open on the Senate floor Soned by the President and given iZjrib of finding a compromise for i'jjin' Roosevelt's orinigal Court iiigment plan now hopelessly bog-- h T. Robin-- 1 fawn, Senator Joseph ,raa about to offer his substitute Leudment: One new Justice for ev-member of the Court over 75, but Iji more than one appointment a cur-citize- WASHINGTON In an executive session of the Box Elder County Fair board held Monday evening, the board decided to accept the recommendations of the rodeo committee and contract with Colburn and Sorenson to furnish the rodeo stock and special features for this bitter-l7iUUc- al Ct bitter opposition, Anticipating attack launched his Robinson fi Then t Sen-j- Court bill Advocates Hatch 'jjffey, Minton and Logan held the or for three days, were sharply and y to it of .taps, tie ingratitude "Few of them would be here today. . . but friendship of the President or. "Blind Staggers Attack Agricultural Work At Likely Bear River Horses In Summer but for his magnificant ." At this, Senator Whee- "Those of you who rode a the coat tails of the President i ride out on the coat tails Of the Merit if that is the only reason are . : here. rhetorical gall Senator Rob- the wormwood or' break--a- n unwritten rule of the Senate : kits written rules are not rigidly! peed. Some opponents of the Court Jihad talked of filibustering to pre-- 1 aits Dassae-e- but Senator Robin- began to use Is long before any real filibuster jitegun. One neglected rule which jwertook suddenly to enforce was ? Senator shall be permitted to thaii twice on the same Mnjore feir on any one measure. Senator iaan took this to mean twice in I "legislative day," and since the fislative day" is a fiction which iif necessary be carried on for Iks at a time, this would prevent 1 extended filibuster, this To . anti-filibust- er pen Postmaster Farley asked Wpermen whether such Senators j Nevada's Pts McCarren and Wy-Isg- 's Joseph O'Mahoney could af-to vote against the Court bill if ay ever again expected to come to ptor patronage, csenator jyicv,aiiiii Vcatically uprose from a sickbed linst his doctor's orders to cry: "I Sk this cause is worthy of any M life Sa's " . . . Senator McCarran, however, Arkansas' Joe Robinson, main fiag in the Court fight and rank-- i candidate for the Supreme Court fancy left by retired Justice Van jpnter, gave his life for the cause. ya few days later, at 8:15 one fming, Joe Robinson's lifeless body i found beside his bed on the floor Ps apartment. He had apparently a during the night and been rtken with a heart attack, limned Senators promptly forgot F differences and adjourned thus the "legislative day of July 6" a Mr. Robinson himself had set, prepared for a State funeral in Senate Chamber. Jot f 0 horse-pullin- Government Pays Utah j added n b LeRoy Bunnell Starts S., U. Vership. shrilled It was also decided by the board to include two additional attractions which will present Mr. Tindell and his Indicates DECREASES Automobile fatalities world famous horse, Lad, in the scene "The End of the Trail" and the small s.?.v:::.-:Indicates INCREASES in Automobile fatalities Tindell sisters in fancy riding and roping. Jazzbo, and his famous trained Indicates lack of adequate data for comparison muls, will do the clowning act. Final entries were made in the m premium list, which included the adThe .bows ckart tKowt the gtin sad losses by states in the natiooT dition of approximately $500.00 prize wide campaign now being wigad for highway aafety. During the money for winners in the differnt di- first fun month of 1937 automobile fatalities increased 17 at 3 visions of livestock and in all other compared with thn tamo period of 1936, m the 29 states from which '7 fatality It is felt that this lib-- j departments. reports were reowved. eral addition to the premiums offered will be a big incentive to the exhibiAND YOU'LL DRIVE FARTHER DRIVE CAREFULLY tors and it is confidently expected it will result in the largest exhibits held in any previous fair. Since the announcement of the g board's decision to confine the To contest to Box Elder teams H. S. only, much interest has been exhibited and an array of fine Box Elder teams Mr. LeRoy Bunnell of Payson, Utah, Hot weather is the time when the will be on hand for the contest. will take Mark Nichols' place as head horse disease encephalomyelitis, some of the agr iculture department at the times called "blind staggers," "brain Bear River High School this year. fever," or "sleeping sickness" is most Mr. Bunnell has been supervisor of likely to appear, says Dr. D. E. One Million at the Payson high school sca Animal Pathologist of the Utah for the last eight years. He is deeply state Agricultural college. The iTarmers of Utah have been paid in this work and will sure- - sease affects the nervous system of more than one million dollars during horses and recent mules. In years, ly help uphold the high standards River high school has already pecially during the summer months, the past year by the Agricultural Administration for their it has caused serious losses in the obtained in t.hn aerirnlriiral field est W and several states PaCipu For the last two weeks Mr. Bunnell u,est' -A- mntic coast, but has been working at,the school and 3 includes payments up to July 15 gure an ana tne is lniectious disease is very pleased with the equipment it 1936 crop year. and enthusiasm shown by the people symptoms generally occur in three for the amount paid directly to net The state The first of this valley for this department. may escape the phases. farmers was $924,- cooperating Mr. Bunnell was educated at the notice as it usually is only a mild 405 29- and the remainder was paid Brigham Young University at Provo indisposition commonly accompanied most of expenses, - f or organization secin rise a The with temperature. and he has been attending summer which went, back to ,(;omltt1eemef school at the U. S. A. C. for the last ond stage is characterized by distinct of farmers, Mr. Funk comprised or nervous which symptoms may may eight years. Following is a list of payments not be accompanied with fever. In 11113 de to the counties last stage the horse may go down ?? Z rPiG f, Beaver, $7,677.96; Box Elder, 159,- Nichols they shout a hearty welcome j 524.78; Cache, 130,857.90; Carbon, to Mr. Bunnell and wish him success thrashmg violently with the legs and Davis, 52, 675.01; Duchesne, when head. Death usually follows in his work here 28,611.92; Emery, 24,747.46; Garfield, these last symptoms develop. 10,104.61; Grand, 4,756.16; Iron, Encephalomyelitis may be easily Juab, 46,101.46; Kane, 3,052.64 confused with other diseases, Dr. Mad 39649.93; Morgan, 13,266.12; Millard, sen points out. The symptoms are sim6,017.00; Rich, 7,545.48; Salt Piute, ilar to other ailments of the central San Juan, 10,830.61; nervous system, and a veterinarian Lake, 48,595.84; Sevier, 34,924.22; 48,306.45; Sanpete, n In a fast game, the local American should be called at the first 9,863.77; Tooele, 10,990.07; Summit, Junior baseball team, playing tion of sickness. Although the Utah, 100,680.74; a neutral field at Garland, tripped ces for cure are greatest in the early Uintah, 30,639.43; 10,854.64; Washington, Wasatch, the Logan boys by a score of three stages of the disease, there is no rem 8,485.15; Weber, Wayne, to two. Hadfield performed the ma- edy effective in all cases. Treatment total for state, $924,405.29. jor duty at pitching, turning in a varies with the nature of the sympbrilliant job, and getting credit for toms. It is especially important to the victory. He was relieved in a later keep the animal comfortable and to injury. inning by Fryer who continued to hold prevent the Logan boys in check. Investigators of the U. S. Bureau The pitchers team-matplayed of Animal Industry make the followA very pleasing event took place ing recommendations on the basis of good ball behind their twirlers. officials and numerous from at reports Brigham City Wednesday when the The Logan pitcher, Bailey, turned states: in Pioneers living in Box Elder veterinarians all Utah in an equally good performance andracUng to were the guests at the Daugh- mules and Horses that begin county it was a nip and tuck affair through should Pioneers at the Howard Hotel. of of ters the disease show symptoms out. The room was beautifully decorated be isolated from healthy animals and The games earlier of the week with protected against biting insects, as with flowers and flags. The hostesses eCK ""U Ud.ia.u uic WJra xiaU fl j,. .g beUeve( jg by were charmingly dressed in pioneer 111 Lie liuuuic 111 winning ujr laijc mosquitoes or other costumes. A very fine program was scores. sects. Where the disease exists, it is presented to the delight of the guests The Tremonton's statis, with re- - advisable to stable healthy horses and a banquet and favors served that spect to the state tournament, will be whell not working and to protect made all happy, and the pleasure of determined Friday when Brigham and them in every way against insects. meeting old friends and remeniscing made the afternoon a truly enjoyable tissue vaccine, treated with Ogden tangle for their final game. If beats Ogden, Tremonton will ajjn nas been developed for protec-hav- e one and long to be remembered. to defeat Ogden in order to go tion against the disease, but requires At the close of the entertainment In case Ogden defeats some time for the immunity to develop at the hotel, all repaired to the Capias runners-up- . Brigham, Tremonton is automatically and should be given before the disease tal theatre where, through the graeliminated. makes its appearance. Various tests cious invitation of the management, indicate most animals may be protect- all enjoyed a free picture show. ed when given at least two doses of vaccine several days apart. Immune serum, commercially availCloses able, may be beneficial if administeredimrv anriv iinri In larce Quantities acClass and Individual band instrac--; rH,n. t. HOme authorities. The use tion ClOSeS JUiy zara. Beginning serums either as a preventive or of ' ust 9th, bands will then rehearse aa in treatment should be left to the, is who follows : veterinarian of the oa th. judgment 0 nt(m. D, familiar with conditions in the locali August 9 Tremonton band, L, on Boys and Girls Club Committee al S. Recreation hall, 9 a. m. Thatcher, ty. Work. The latest award offered is . Bothwell and Penrose band, Thatcher for the clubster who makes the outL. D. S. Recreation hall, 7:30 p. m record in his livestock prostanding band. Garland l?Uth IMeister Aueust jects and other activities. the sixThis year's Congress teenth will again be conducted as a uy Danu, nign Live P m. Miss Ruth Meister, nurse at the feature of the International Chica-entAuVust 11 Fielding. Plymouth and s to in held be , Stock Exposition par-her school house, Dee Hospital, while visiting band. Portage 4. sum of -, 26 Dec. $140 The Portage here this week, received a tele- go Nov. Collinston and 9 a. m. Deweyville, i provided for the trip through the RecInforming her that she had been gram Beaver Dam band, Beaver Dam of the Cudahy Packing Company. It will be named student body president reation hall, 7:30 p. m. awarded by State Club Leader D. P. nurses at the hospitaL Ancniat 12 Hleh School band, High senior a will become Murray mim Meinter . . lv. T.1A n m. Drum scnooi assemuv member In September and will - President's bill, Senator Logan the seven Democrats who ised : year's rodeo. w baited with counterat-bthe opposition. But most of first weeKS argument naa nine with the bill under debate. of nmlorins' the sharp language Judiciary committee s report on Jamously Mad-agricultu- re j Farmers es-Be- ar nt -- ; - t J i 5; Local Junior Baseball Team Defeats Logan indica-Legio- j 0; Pioneers of County Honored at Brigham self-inflict- es j TM? irirr Ull A wiKU A. - - - Washington. Although he has most or ms oiaume inwiua Roosevelt had up to Turn to Page Three) fe, Franklin feise IHE LOW " DOWN HICKORY GROVE you look over the old sayings, ormmH at fVilnera aa is" now,notIt Is easy to see that sJJave changed much. But u8, we figure that Grandpa date and we klnda feel r file 'cause he was so gul- - :oi 111111 iiihere ,s the old saying, that t teacher. a11 lt maybe also means, ex- e&c " h uniy teacner. Because Ital? w ln 137 listenin' with our d Jtt.5fn' t0 feUera Setttn' and hv teMn awake nights 1y isRin out "tayta' ter our and In i,..malte evervthin? rosv for " l8 Just th namo aa nrhin lTigettln' elted and - them-electe- re-ele- tn,. '. "r' go. hiTiwiU wake UP and the lookm' out tor us, he ,c 111 lne oanK anu 9 ?3 1 the exPerience. 'd saylners like. A uck. fk iT?7eve7 nute, It is O. K. WoS ier HiJm ,6el Tou . nless to read,aaybe. every it might one-ha-lf with the low down JO SERRA m j iT Wen Sdllint ?55,il1 g form-Brigha- -- from " blood-suckin- Band Instruction For Summer i Prize Chicago Trips Assured For 4-IP- ers ' .lXSTl 10-Sa- j xette pfSctorToT -- 1 'r.:" U 1 Named President of Nurses ISubscnbefortheLcader forty-fiv- b FARMERS TO MAKE PROCEEDINGS OF v YEAR'S PROGRAM AT STATE MEET COMMISSIONERS WILL BE ADDED TIME OF. number NEW FEATURES NATION AL AUTOMOBILE MARCH JULY 22, 1937 Utah's 1938 agricultural conser- vation program will be discussed at a special state meeting called by Director William Peterson for July at the Utah State Agricultural 26-27-- College. Harold E. Schwartz and C. C. Con-se- r of the Washington, D. C. office will represent the federal officials and delegates from the nine districts of Utah, together with college and state authorities will comprise the personnel of the conference. "The main purpose of this confer ence is to consider and outline the fundamentals for operating the 1938 agricultural conservation program," Director Peterson explained in calling the meetings. "Within the past two months the conservation committee has assembled practical recommendations made by farmers and county committees as to practices and provisions which farmers feel should be included In the 1938 program. Consideration of these practical recommendations offered by the farmers will be part of the business of this conference." ARE REPORTED Valley Delegation Meets In Behalf of Farm- to-Mar- ( Road ket The Honorable Board of met ln regular session Monday, July 19, 1937, at 10 o'clock a. m. with a full quorum present and Chairman Jos. I. Dewey presiding. The following delegation, repressing the Tremonton Lions Club, Both-wel- l, Penrose, and Thatcher, namely; James Walton, Wayne Sandall, Rudy Miller, Dick Anderson, Harry Drew, Glen Eldredge, Peter C. C. Petersen, Axel Borgstrom, Calvin Waldron, and Roy C. Anderson, appeared before the Commissioners and asked what disposition had been made of the previously proposed road in the vicinity of Penrose and Thatcher. Harry Drew acted as spokesman for this delegation and set forth and reiterated reasons why this road should be placed under the road system. Com. Jos. I. Dewey stated that the members of the Road Commission were at one time favorable in assisting to place this road under the road system, but due to recent developments their previous attitude had been withdrawn. Thereupon Mr. Drew expressed, In behalf of the delegation, a desire for the County Commissioners and the delegation present to arrange a meeting with the members of the State Road Cimmission for further discussion and disposition of Civic To this matter. Chairman Dewey instructed County Clerk C. Henry NielTold sen to arrange a meeting proposed by Mr. Drew, whereupon Mr. Nielsen reported that a meeting had been arThe regular luncheon ranged with the members of the Utah State Road Commission to be held of the Lions club was held on the 28, at 10:30 a. m. in Salt Lake July beautiful back lawn of Lion Leon H. City. Kerr Wednesday evening. The meetEugene Wixom, of Brigham ing that followed the luncheon was appeared relative to extending a City, conaddressed by the executive secretary struction of covering over the curb of Intermountain association of Civic and gutter to an extent of ten feet In front of the county court house, said clubs, Mr. Harry T. Bagley. He told of this organization's ef construction beginning at the southforts to sell Utah, first to its own west corner. The purpose, as Mr. citizens and then to the outsiders and Wixom explained, would make it possible for Brigham City to not move a pointed out the many scenic beauty standard in front of his place light spots in the state, yet unheralded, as of business, his pawell as its fertile fields and valleys trons better thereby affording and egress. Mr. ingress that are going to be an ever increas- Wixom's request was granted by the Commissioner. ing attraction to tourists and He told of the meeting to be F. Joseph Law, Mayor of Brigham held on July 31 in Logan canyon, to City, and appearing in behalf of Brig which all members of the association ham City, requested the County Combeing invited, with Dr. Gouch, noted missioners, In cooperation with Briglecturer and naturalist, as the speaker ham City, to install two lights on the grounds of the court house to be placof the evening. Mr. Bagley, who for many years ed at the back of the building. Mr. further explained that the cost was state editor of the Salt Lake Tri- Law of installation for two lights includ bune, gave a very interesting talk, ing standards, as are along Main which will be a stimulus to club mem- Street, would total an amount of bers to know more of their state. $206.70. Of this amount, Brigham City would pay the labor of $35 and would continue to furnish electric energy and upkeep of equipment over an indefinite number of years. This" cost was estimated at $75 per year. To After due consideration, the Commissioners granted Mr. Law's request and Tuesday, at 1:30 p. m. a tour was Instructed Mr. Law to proceed with to the made by county dairymen the installation of said lights. farms of Guernsey cattle breeders in County Clerk C. Henry Nielsen preHarper, Honeyville and Deweyville. C. sented to the Commissioners a claim W. Robinson, the Western fieldman in the amount of $1873.02 in behalf of the American Guernsey Cattle Club of the Utah State Hospital. Said and Lyman H. Rich, extension dairy- claim was rejected by the Honorable Commissioners, stating that they wish man, were present on the tour. The trip proved highly Instructive ed to first ascertain the disposition of to those present. Various animals were a case which is in the Salt Lake DisCourt being Utah State Hospital selected for the county Guernsey herd trict vs. Salt Lake County, which entails a to be exhibited at the Utah State similar type of invoicing. Fair. As per the request of Mr. Wm. T. A brief stop was made at the farm department of Public WelIgleheart, in His of J. P. Barnard Deweyville. in his recent letter fare herd of purebred cattle was looked of Commissioners the 16, County July over, after which the company was are making the following appointentertained with a serving of delicious ments, of terms of members of the chocolate cake and ice cold Guernsey Box Elder County Eoard of Public Welfare: George Nelson, Jr., Snow-villmilk. six years; Henry Hoist, Brigham The tour ended at the Crystal Hot springs where a swim was enjoyed (Continued On Page Six) by most of those present. County-Commissione- farm-to-mark- et farm-to-mark- HARRY T.BAGLEY farm-to-mark- et et SPEAKS AT LIONS CLUB LUNCHEON Clubs' Efforts Sell Utah By Executive Sec'y semi-month- ly home-seeker- s. Dairymen Make Tour Breeder's Farms e, Edythe Marble Returns From Mission Field Edythe Marble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Peter Marble, returned Thursday evening of last week from mission in the North a twenty-month- s Central states. A welcome home party was given in her honor Monday in the Deweyville ward. Splendid reports have been sent home by the Mission President of Miss Marble's labors aa a missionary. Her many friends welcome her home, after fulfilling an honorable mission for the L. D. S. church. "A chicken will not be produced from an earthen egg." JULY AM;AV th JCan Sa, uoean, iwu. Z-- Arctic I. xcurnon ooai Th Eastland slnxa in th RiTr,mor Chicago 1915. 800 kx than live. 25 Louii Blerlot Dew acroM th English Channel, 1909. tft The first e.ectnc locom Stores Closed July 24th tlve exhibited and operated, 1847. 27 The second Atlantic cable completed, sub-mari- All stores in Tremonton will be closed Saturday, July 24th. Stores will remain open Friday night until 9 p. m. Patrons are advised to arrange their shopping accordingly, as there are two holiday, Saturday and Sunday. Merchants Commute 1867. 2 tt-- N. Burlingarae Treaty with China signed, 1861 Booth Tatklngton. author ol Penrod stories and other book, born 1869.