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TRIE TU1T.V WKBAfX AV -- ME Pair and mmmf toand preaably night Thursday. VOL XXXVI. NO. 132. T7 tTAiC,fVWTirv utpd r? HEIR A The Dally Harald Iim the largest clfMitatlen ' of any other paper In Utah county. PROVO, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922. n KI Id PRICE TWO CENTS. (olIS) "ojlo) rlro flMJ ' Utah Odd Fellows Sessions Close Californian Capitalists Today: State Officers Are Installed One of the most Important public feature of the state convention held here was the large parade held last evening. More than a thousand mem bers of the order participated In the oarade. which was headed by the Provo band and the officers of the grand lodge. Banners from about 35 lodges from various parts of the state followed by many were in the line-umembers from the respective locals. Provo, Salt Lake City, Payson, Spanish Fork and Springville locals had i PROVO RAILROAD DR.TALHAGEGIVES "Y" SUES m TtllREBUIL 30,ooo To Investigate Proposed I Oil WEST SIDE SPIRITS ANSWER ft The capitalists who will put orer the steel merger are due to arrive io Provo within the next few day. They will visit Provo and Springville and the proposed site between these. two cities which has been offered them as a location for the blast furnaces and steel mills to be constructed by the combined iron and fuel interests. Wlgglnton E. Creed, president of the Pacific Gas ft Electric company and of the Columbia Steel company of California, together with other industrial and financial leaders of the coast, arrived in aait Laxe yesterday for Conferences with U P. Rains, W, W. Arm strong and their Salt Lake associates regarding their proposals for the establishment of a steel Industry In . Utah. . The Utah visit of these men. who are expected to put many millions of ' dollars Into the upbuilding of an Iron and steel Industry, will include visits to iron deposits in Irpn county, , to Provo and Springville, where consideration will be given to a possible site for the enterprise on the shores of Utah lake, and to Carbon county, where coal fields will be inspected. IMr. Creed, who is head of the largest industrial enterprise in the west, the Pacific Gas & Electric company, as head of the synllcate which has already made extensive researches into the possibilities of the iron and steel industry, said last night that the pur- I of the expedition is to acquaint pose ' the men interested personally with what Utah has to offer for such an undertaking as Is nroiected. Albert P. Taylor, former railroad The Utah Power ft Light company today is asking 130,000 as will rebuild the entire system west damages for personal injuries. The of University avenue. This means the defendant in the suit is the L. A. replacing of all poles and the rewiring & S. L. Railroad company, and the of the entire district. The cost is estiunion Pacific. mated at (35,000, and it will probably The jury for the trial was selected take four or five months in which to Several the largest representation. E. D. Dr. L. of James the Talmage yesterday afternoon, and the first of do the rebuilding. beautiful floats depicting the activiThere will be little Interruption of mornties of the order were la the parade. S. Quorum of Twelve Apostles this tae testimony was heard. this . service during the rebuilding, accordThe official goat of the order gained morning delivered the first of a series ing. Mr. Taylor alleges that bis leg was ing to Manager Ray Timmerman. considerable attention as did also the of lectures to be given before the stuk. tL .1 "The work has been outlined so Ik. dents of Young university The gen- - crushed under an engine flue roller was unloading from a carefully that there will be less than The newly organised Boy &op- ?tbem otjjr.. Talmage's lectures which he ja! freight car at the roundhouse. He an hour's interruption of service in band, under the leadership of Br delation and Prophecy ..Tnig Robert Sauer, witlca mad its oR Talmage spoke of the im- - insists the accident, was caused by any Instance," Mr. Timmerman said. the carelessness of the railroad. He It is because of this desire to con- . .i i nniuruiM In th rltr. was to, rklnd a knowledge of God and His was a mechanic's helper when the tinue service that the work is being high bjtiMsiw accident happened, over a year ago. spread over a longer period and a for its splendid performance. Con mind and will. small force of men employed. Robinsidering that the boys hare only been In Introducing Dr. Talmage, Presi- sonParker & Robinson and J. R. ' are attorneys for Mr. Taylor, "When the west side system is finorganized a few weeks, they did. ex- dent F. S. Harris spoke of him as "one ceptionally well, and both they and of the first students of the first class while the defendant railroad is repre- ished it will give us an entire city their leader are to be congratulated of the institution, one of the first stu- sented by J. H. McDonald, J. V. Lyle service equal to that of any other in the United States," Mr. Timmerman on their accomplishment. dents to attain distinction and to be- and Dana T. Smith.' i said this morning. Following the parade, a grand ball come a teacher in the school, a man was given at the armory which was who had achieved many of the things CHURCH MEOr.G HERE thoroughly enjoyed by the delegates. men of talent desire to achieve a EOY THURSDAY Many of the visitors also attended the scientist, a scholar, an author, and a Jones-KalllThe Clericus match the at of the wrestling Episcopal servant of uod." Columbia tehater. The Scout Court of Honor for Utah As a Church, said Dr. Talmage, we church met in Provo Tuesday with Rev. This afternoon the officers of the Wm. the F. will meet at College ball at 8 was Dinner county Bulkley. in and our belief acceptance Wand lodge and the Aebekah were in proclaim of spiritual gifts, and of these revela- served by the members at the St. p. m., Thursday, for the purpose of Stalled with the proper ceremonies of tion is the Mary's Ladies' Guild. Following a awarding first class badges, second greatest. lha order. 3h- Dr. Talmage bigness meeting, th9 visitors were class badges end merit bades. io scouts term The revelation, I The grand lodge officers who were explained, meant literally the drawing taken for an auto ride about the city. of Provo and Springvllle who have Installed this afternoon were: Grand aside of a attending were the Rt. Rev. qualified for them. curtain, an unveiling. From A. Those W. Moulton, bishop of Utah; the N. Davis of Salt Lake Trench he All scouts expecting to receive merit Parley revelapiaster, God's that quoted ; deputy grand master, W. S. tion of himself is a drawing back of Rev. W. W. Fleetwood of the St. badges must meet at President-Georg- e Ilarks of Tooele; grand warden, W. S. the .Mark s catnedral in Salt Lake City; H. BrUihalrs office promptly at 7 curtain, revealing Himself. House of Tremonton: grand secretary. 3:3 and other authorities the Rev. Mark Refinlack, St. Paul's o'clock; and pass before the court of Ephesians harles A. Stain of Salt Lake City: in explanation of the term revelation, church, Salt Lake; the Rev. W. W. honor, rand treasurer, J. 0. Reynolds of were also There will be a very fine program Reece, Salt Lake, the Rev. H. E. quoted. woat.we wui oo in utan. Tve are simIprlngville; grand representatives, E. In a broad sense revelation is essen- Henriques, St. John's church, Salt rendered, including selections by the H. Smith and Dr. Rev. Mr. Pool, St Peter's Scout band, each member of the court the both Lake; himply making a tour . of. investigation. Harry Phillips, of man's tial for understanding r salt Lake City. .... When our investigations are com..'k ,. self. Knowledge of birth and parent- church, Salt Lake, and the Rev. Allen . will give a short talk on "Myjjisipre ALENDALE. The following officers of the Re-- age is a revelation to each of us. Jacobs, St. John's church, Logans ; sion or scouting," ami then a two-repleted and plans made definite we will iekah assembly were also installed Revelation comes from the picture on "Conservation of the Alendale, who, according to his him to tell whether Henry Jones or be at liberty to talk more about this 4tfghr to his afternoon: President, aire. Ortssa the Forest," press agent, is the "miracle man," ap Gus Kalllo will win if those two Utah undertaking." from the teacher to the lower, ) ellventra of Springvllle; vice presi- - pupil. Zenos classifies revelation as The general plan of the enterprise Parents are especially invited to, be pears at tne Columbia theater tonight wrestlers meet again. At Springvllle knt. Mary Coil of Salt Lake City: subconscious or intuitional, rational present and every scout is expected to and will be on the program there last night he was asked if the steel is understood to contemplate the conl be there. arden, Mrs. Rosa Taylor of Eureka: or the form of reason, and scientific blast Thursday and Friday nights, too. He plant would be located in Springvllle, struction of at least one 500-to-n 1 cretary, Mrs. Clara I. Moore of Salt RALPH SNEL80N The members of the court are as is said to be able to call upon "spirits" He furnace for the production of pig iron, or interpretation of truth in light of replied: Vike City; treasurer, Mrs. Mabel Hills God's instruction. follows: President George H. Brimball, for his answers, and thus be able to Springvllle Manrcer coke "Not in Springvllle, but not far the construction of a ADELIA KINDRED R. R. Irvine, Sr, Mayor O. K. Hansen, answer any Price. plant, the development of coal and The purpose of revelation is to make question one can think of. away." W. Curry of Vernal was elected known the attributes, mind and will Society Reporter Judge James B. Tucker and Alex Hed-qulToday in the Daily Herald office "I'll answer all questions but the iron ore properties, the erection of a K L. Phones M-- J and M-and master by a unanimous vote of of God. God wants us to know as He Alendale said it would be easy for trivial," Alendale said today. steel plant and such other develop tU e jurisdiction, but owing to his sud-ments as will forward the progress of rbtt knows, to love as He loves and to hate YOUNG MOTHER DIE8. also made some brief remarks perdeath it was necessary to elect his as He hates. God bates, for He says the plan as a whole. trombone solo, taining to the departed's life, which Madame Pankhurst; ccessor, which was done in the elec-t- n so. To understand God's purposes is Involved In the utilization of south SPR1NGVILLE, Leo showed April she had always been an that Zimmerman; vocal solo, Homer of Uarley N. Davis. SHOOTS WIFE ern Utah's vast iron ore resources will a liberal education. Perhaps we do I A committee of three was appointed not know all that may be known of services for Mrs. Bissoll Harrison active worker in the various organiza Rodeheaver; Springvllle two years necessarily be the construction of a this morning's session of the grand $ny person or thing; but to know God were held in the Third ward church tions of the L. D. 8. church. branch railroad from Lund about 25 L. F. Rains; hence, string quartet, ouls Roy, 51 miles in the direction of Cedar OGDEN, April Closing musical number, duet, klge to look up a site for a home of and His works in even a small degree Sundr.y, Counselor 4. L. McKcnzie in City. Milk for Babies," years of age, living at 129 Twenty-sixt"Come Unto Me." Webster and Cran Hawaiians; "Bettey ie order and report at the next state Is to be wise. With Mr. Creed on the trip are Jo But how can we know 111! 10 Dr. was o'clock at charge. dall. arrested Bud street, Beatty; cartoonist, Fisher; Invention a year hence. The gen- God except through revelation. All of seph D. Grant, director ot the Bank K Mrs. Alta Crandall Harrison was Mrs. Harrison is survived by her violin solo, Fritz Kreisler; accordion yesterday morning by Detectives of California; Albert E. Boynton, at sentiment of the grand lodge us have our superiors among men in Butter-field Noble Edward Everett and born two at sons, and her mother solo, Pletro Kimmel; report, attendAugust 24, 1890, Springvllle; husband, Pmbers seemed to be that the time is some respects. If we have superiors for the Hammon Interests of after he had shot his wife, Rose torney fedy for the esatblishment of a home. among men, can we doubt the super- was educated in the public schools, and father, with brothers and sisters. ance committee, Reed Smoot; vocal San Francisco; John S. Drum, presia Interment was in the Evergreen solo, in Spanish, Tetrazzini; reading, Roy, through the right knee ivith became the wife of Bissell Harrison (The climax of the state convention dent of the Mercantile Trust iority of God. 1908. Two years ago Mrs. Harrison cemetery. Miss Pardoe; vocal solo, Evan Wil11 come revolver. After firing the shot of San Francisco and former company tonight when the delegates The natural desire of man to wor- in president contracted influenza, from which she liams; dancing, girls from the Orient; which wounded his wife, Roy called of the American Bankers' association; the encampment, the grand lodge ship was commented by Dr. Talmage has suffered heart trouble since. The KIWANIS PREPARES PROGRAM. come told and to and them the kl the toastmaster, police community 'of singing; the and the various objects of worship Louis Sioss, president of the Northern assembly .will be guests end came at her home in Salt Lake The Springvllle Kiwanis club has Heber J. Grant. get him, as be had shot his wife. fovo lodge No. 14 and the Deborah were referred to. Commercial company; Joseph Sloss, to soon sent as the sent a As the message Roy body being big program for Thursday bekah lodge No. 6 at a banguet to i Man may be made to know some- Friday, April 13, arranged D. H. bank director and the police he ran out of his home and Botchford, general merchant; evening. A great many imported char served at the Odd rauows nan. thing of man through the rational or to Springvllle for interment. of the manager DIES. WIFE VETERAN'S started for town. He was arrested at Columbia Steel company, and a numThe Second ward imale quartet acters will take part in a musical and is will follow a visit around the reasoning process, but a higher and the corner of Lincoln and Twenty-fiftber of technical advisers and engilinty in automobiles provided by the greater knowledge may be known sang the opening number at the serv- speaking entertainment. The public is trs. BRIGHAM CITY, April street by the detective. Later, Roy neers. ices. Prayer, John S. Groebeck; solo, invited. The purpose is to help to tary and the Kiwanis clubs of this through the scientific method. E. Ridd to his died J. home unlocked Naomi one his and went at to the raise funds to of the "Face Hoyle. Bishop Face," Cleavenger purchase left last night for Lund, The Created things infer the existence of art pictures now in the high schools home of her hidden the re- whence party go by automobile to the of a Creator. To deny a Creator puts W. K. Johnson spoke many words parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. hrunk, in which he had they folwas Mrs. a attended as The volver. and brief auditorium. biogby iron ore deposits. Later they will visit Roy program is H. Ridd. Monday night at 9 o'clock. gave the burden of proof on him who consolation, RichM. E. life. lows: Solo, Conroy. She was the wife of Vail Cleavenger, Dr. raphy of her active Provo, denies. Springville, Sunnyside and Lee Anna Yopp, negress, rooming in Delta. Address of welcome, W. J. Bryan; an auditor in the income tax departmore than the ard Condie, "Beautiful Isle of SomeWere nothing Deity TOLD BRIEFLY JEWS Bringhurst vocal duet, John McCormick and ment at Washington, D. C, and a' the Roy house, ran from the place forces of nature there could be no where." Bishop J. F. related some saxophone solo, Clyde Dorss; wounded veteran of :tie world war. when she saw Roy entering the house FARM BUREAU MEETING. relation to man, but such relations being the next speaker, of the many trials which the family reading, Maud May Babcock; cornet She was 22 years of age and was mar- with the revolver. She said she addo exist. few to last the Mrs. Held and hide. vised solo, duet. inSweeten; had passed through Roy piano ried in September, 1920. BIG NAVY FIGHT ON. A special meeting of the Provo farm By intuition, by reason, and by also gave much hope of a Paderewski; town bossip, Oliie and Mrs. Roy said she crawled under bureau will be held are being Funeral arrangements Thursday evening spiration the existence of God is made years; came Hans; male quartet. Flonzaley quar- withheld pending word from the hus- the bed, but when her husband 8 o'clock in the county court rooms. ASIllNGTON, April 19. Decision known; but by direct reevlation we future life. at A ful loviilnnfltinTi nr thA nnst nt run. Solo, "O Dry Those Tears," Miss tet; dancing, girls from a Passing band, who is expected to come from into the room she said to him: big navy" men on the heels of get the highest and most perfect Lela Here I am if you want to shoot njng the provo gchoo, Bystem will D9 Boyer, accompanied by Marvin Show: 'cello solo. Hans Kindler: re Washington. r victory for a bigger enlisted knowledge. house cleaning me. committee, Paul and Peter were quoted to the Strong on the violin. Byard Johnson port, not to offer amendments to the given. Roy then stooped down and fired at An invitation is extended to the effect that men must know God naval bill providing money the and screamed her. put She Roy public in general to be present at this for shore station activities through spiritual power, and that God the his trunk, telephoned gun into meeting. poked a bitter row in the house does reveal Himself to men. police and then left the house. nlay, in the course of Which PROVO MAN DIES IN SALT LAKE. mum Kelly charged "they had FARMERS' MEETING TONIGHT $50 LIQUOR COSTSJIH d down, expecting the senate to " SPRINGVILLE. April 19. A meetFuneral services will be held in the lete the jury." why of the farmers of this district will Second ward chapel Friday morning ing Dr. L. B. Philpott. a veterinary sur1 ( AAE SAY LET ( be held In the Springville 'high school at 10 :J0 o'clock for Jesse William n- C URGES BUILDING TUNNEL. geon, residing at 187 West First South auditorium this evening at 8 o'clock Lewis, who died Tuesday morning in late $"0 was fined yesterday for the purpose of discussing subjects a Salt Lake hospital, after a five FXVER. Colo.. April 19 Passage street, of vital interest to every farmer and days' illness with pneumonia. islation to build the Moffat tun- - afternoon in the city court shortly Mr. Lewis was born in Provo 49 citizen of the community. imd of measures to protect the after his arrest by Sheriff J. D. Boyd of Pueblo from a recurrence of and Deputies Karl Among other things will be dis- years ago, and resided here for some Boshard and cussed the planting of vegetables for time. Later, lie with his family moved disastrous flood of last year is Otto Birk on a charge of having incanning purposes to be used by the to Mammoth. They have also lived in iterative to the welfare of two toxicating liquors in his possession. t sections of the local cannery and the planting of Payson and Eureka. The family have state; in fact, to According to the officers Dr. Philbeen residents of the Second ward for beets for the Springville-Mapletoentire state." Governor Oliver H. pott some time during the day hauled the past year and a half, while Mr. BP declared in his opening address a Sugar company. of whiskey from his keg Lewis has been working in Eureka. timbers of the twenty-thirgen- - city residence to a small shack on his U. S. ACCEPTS TRTATY. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. assembly of the state at the farm at Spring creek, just west of the 19 Although Melissa Manwell Lewis, five sons and WASHINGTON. April ing of the assembly's special state fish hatchery at Springville. The the American government Is neglect- 0ne daughter, as follows: J. Earl, Ken- yesterday. officers, who have been on trail of ing no opportunity to inform itself of netn M Eldon R., Dean C. Sterling local bootleggers for several weeks, hat Is happening at Genoa, officials y., and Natella. , SOLDIER BONUS FAVORED. learned of the transfer of the valuable here betray no anxiety over the lat-t- . Following the services in Provo, the fluid and soon had it confiscated. developments as they affect body will be taken to Payson, where ASHIXGTON, April 19 By a services will be held and Interment American interests. the caucus of Republican YOUNG GIRL IS BURIED. itors yesterday went on record as Upon the highest authority it was made. admin.aid today that, In view of the ring soldier bonus legislation re-at SPANISH FORK, April 19. Funeral The petition of Lady Rhondda to sil sessions of congress and istration, the new treaty between Russervices were held at the Palmyra ed the finance committee to re-- a meeting house Monday afternoon for sia and Germany means nothing to in the house of lords has been granted bill to the senate "within a Norma, the the United States. Unless later in- by the committee on privileges of the daughter of formation convinces them overwlse. house of lords. She is a member of enable time." IMr and Mrs. Will C. Johnson. Bishop Presidnt Harding and his advisers the directorates of 36 companies and Erastus Hansen was in charge, rne were said to accept the treaty at its chairman of several of the boards and maid in a New York hotel died RnPakers were Bishop A. T. Money. faco value as a financial and peace wni be the first woman to sit in the Halvorson $15,500 of an estate Thomas A. jatnes Boyack, ttly.byleaving settlement without sweeping politicnl upper house of the British her own hands. Her pay ana-- pTe& Nelson. Interment was In ment. . ihe Scanish Fork cemetery. 4H6 a week. FIRST OF employe, p, LECTURES 1 lnt-.if- ... uag omnilat' ' SWliMEFJ k o :lJ a , n sA)) -- . . Sprinrjyille t "l 19.-4.- h 1 J h 19.-A- Galli-Curc- i; In-h- h The Still Small Voice f V not : five-gallo- n d ses-her- e parlla-slgnificanc- e.