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THE DAILY HERALD OF UTAH COUNTY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922. More Good Quality Merchandise Classified Ail c Houses, Rooms, run R6.NT Partridge. A-2- FOR RENT modern. Rour-roor- a 775 N. 1st E. Low Prices rara Price Novelty Texas. and plcotlng attach-men- t. $2.50 delivered. Gem Co.. Box 1031. Corpus Christl, your r ora-- r orason tractors or Ford parts at Schofield's at reduced 7 . tf prices. A-1- FOR Kal PAINTING, Paperhanging, cuminlng aud Wall Paper Cleaning call 906 West Center. Phone 812 R. Apr. 19. and PICOTING will give a beautiful finish to your Baby clothes and spring finery. household linens a specialty. Prices All work guaranteed. reasonable. SINGER SEWING MACHINES COMPANY, 97 N. University Avenue. Phone 399. HEMSTITCHING GOOD TOWELS 32-INC- H Six for $1.00 EXTRA FINE KID GLOVES $2.25 grade for ....$1.88 FACT0?L lte2LJ? ....... fn'nn BLANKETS ' grade. . . . . H $1,43 rSuw. T,wS for pair s, ; six $1.00 9.4 BIEACHED SHEETING 39 yard LACESINSERTIONS PRETTY CRETONNES 25c grade 19 LOT OF PRETTY WAISTS HALF PRICE $2.75 TO $3.98 LOST You are losing money you trade with the Wasatch GOOD GINGHAM Fagt color standard W yrd RAINBOW BLEACH Very fine, 18c quality 121 LADIES' BLACK AND BROWN KID OXFORDS tfc nn to at 33 -- 0 BEAUTIFUL SILKS $2.25 grade $1.33 Of quality, LADIES' SUITS AT A SACRIFICE Slightly soiled, yard... 3 $12.25 TO $24.50 We duplicate all prices with Quality Merchandise. Quality is the first consideration in the cost. iJaicli Pro-lac- tt Henry Jones, "the Pride of Provo," proved to tlie fans ;ast night that he Is in the championi-niclass when he held Gus Kallio, the welterweight champion, to a draw after each bad gained a fall and gone 42 minutes in the third round. Both men were fatigued and almost at the point of Collapse when Chief of Police Wren Wilklns stepped on the mat and ordered the match stopped. JTbe funs were unanimous in their decision that the match was by far the best that bad ever been staged in this city. An unusually large audience, attended the contest, many ' ladies being present. Ketonen, Ira Dern's conqueror, was the third man on the niat and refereed the match to the entire satisfaction of most of the fans. Once or twice some excited fans would call for a new referee but they were quickly hushed by the real sports in the crowd. Each man gained a fall in 52 minutes, KalUo winning the first with an arm scissors or jack knife hold, and Henry gaining the second with a toe- FOR SALE Hay, grain, floor .and hold. feed at lowest prices. Wasatch Pro-lucBoth men started off aggressively . with Jones more careful than usual FOR SALE White Leghorn eggs for Some of the finest wrestling ever seen here was during the first hatching, from choke stock. Owens. 20 minutes. displayed Kallio and Jones both 709 8. Snd W. showed championship form and held SNAP farm in Spanish Fork. the audience spellbound. Time and again Jones clamped severe headlocks Inquire F. F. Peay, 86 S. 9th W. on the Finlander. About FOR SALE At a bargain, slightly of the time the men were on their used gas range. Bates Stores Co. feet, taking the mat for only a few PAGC OF ?ORTS III k mi mi fllEMGE The practice game with Heber, scheduled for this afternoon, was postponed until next Wednesday. This is to give the field at Timp park a chance to harden and get into better A-2- out Each Day Something New Championship house, partly Miscellaneous Wants. HEMSTITCHING io1 sbi-k- FOR RENT New apartment; reasonable; cozy, homelike. Call 226. . D. at ALD'S E-iEO- Jones and Kallio Bran for Cest, Four roomi with gas . water, rnone THE DAIL7 KALLIO GLAD DOUT WAS CALLED OFF Waino Ketonen, champion middleweight wrestler of the world, was a visitor at The Daily Herald office this morning. Gus Kallio, who had a battle last night to save his own title, welterweight championship, was with him. Ketonen refereed the match last evening between Jones and Kallio. "Both are good men, probably the beet two in the welterweight class," Ketonen said. "Jones is the best man I ever met," Kallio said. "Henry Jones can beat Jack Reynolds any time they meet 1 ought to know, for I have been through matches with both of them." Ketonen said that he thought Chief Wilkin had done the best thing in stopping the match at the stage he condition. All players hoping to make the team this year are expected to report every afternoon this week and next for training. At the start batting practice will be Indulged in with easy This is to give the players delivery. confidence. Then the twirlers will be instructed to work the corners and do various other things to outwit the sluggers. This Is intended to give batters experience in outguessing the , opposing pitchers. For the first practice game it is be " lieved the Timp lineup will be: Jones, Raile, catcher; pitcher; Elliott, first base; Johnson, second base; Twelves, third base; Page, shortstop; Hillman, left field; Petty or Singleton, center field; Dodge right field. DERN GETS ANOTHER CHANCE. SALT LAKE CITY, April 19". Ira Dern, former world's middleweight Tbe boys' baseball team swamped the on the Parker grounds. The team of th M.- the Parker girls, 13 to 8. me standings of the teams follows: Parker school " Timpanogos Let .333 o GIRLS. Won. Lost p Franklin Timpanogos Maeser Parker 3 0 x 'ZL i 2 3 'mj o DOLLAR Do Your Spring Housecleaning closed 1L "Neither man was strong enough to wrestle," Ketonen said. "And I am sure both wrestlers were glad it was called off. I know Kallio was tickled when it was ended there." e A-2- 8 two-thir- A-2- 8 1 ira tf A-1- six-roo- Rail-'mireA-2- 0 its Sysre 765-R-- A-1- e I Ford-Fordso- n 7S9-R-- 0 T f e A-2- 1 GRAND PRIZE When You Have Your 0 Electric Vacuum Cleaner Keep the health and beauty of youth by letting elec- tricity do your cleaning. Don't miss this opportunity Specials Terms for April Only $1 Down and $5 a IF 369-W- overhauled at d SO10 a D you get parts used at Month Don't miss this opportunity. Order your Eureka now Utah Power & Light Co. "Efficient Public Service" ( Ft Q- old-tim- the Supperb New K0 champion wrestler, who lost Ills title to Waino Ketonen of Boston at the BU Salt Lake theater several weeks ago; will be given a chance to win back igl his lost honors. He has been matched fm to meet Ketonen in a retura bout at the Orpheum theater Friday, April 28, t Both of the principals signed tor the NATIONAL LEAGUE Games. Yesterday's Won. Lost. Pet. match yesterday. At New York '4 1 .800 The return match will be staged 17. Cleveland St Louis 2, ClevebuJ or .667 under the auspices of the athletic 2 4 St. Louis At Bpstonr-N- ew York 10, Boston I .667 committee of Salt Lake lodge No. 85, 2 4 minutes at a time. After 36 minutes Chicago b At mcago ueiroit l, Chicago i 2 3 .600 B. P. O. E. The proceeds of the match Jones put Kallio on the defensive, and Philadelphia At WasMagton Philadelphia XI ' ah HEMSTITCHING and plcoting at at 48 minutes Kallio received a deep Pittsburgh .500 will be turned over to the' charity fund 3 3 Bio Washington 2. ' .400 of the Elks. 2 tachment; fits any sewing machine. cut above the right eye. At 51 min- Brooklyn fit was 2.50 .200 delivered. Gem Novelty utes Henry broke a dangerous full Boston 4 Price The signing of the wrestlers 1 President Harding has shaken handi 1 .167 accomplished yesterday only after two Co., Box 1031, Corpus Christl, Texas. Nelson and then slipped into an arm Cincinnati 5 bi weeks of rather strenuous negotiations with more than 150,000 persons in tl scissors of Jack knife hold which gave the last year. FOR SALE Two nice building sites, Kallio the first fall. on "Bills.". the of the Ketonen, Games. part Yesterday' N. Everett, 489, North Fourth East At the beginning of the second At Cincinnati Pittsbrugh 8, Cincin since he won his title from Dern, has 21. been in no mood to talk reasonable 4. Apr. round Kallio was the aggressor most nati of the time and for a time it seemed At St. Louis Chicago 7, St. Louis 5. terms with anybody. H. M. AYERS WELDING CO. York as if he would end the match In short At New York Boston-Ne&ye welding and cutting. We order. Jones appeared tired but was game postponed; wet grounds. DEMPSEY WELCOMED. eld anything made of metal. Work apparently gathering his strength. Gil At Philadelphia Brooklyn-PriladFENCES guaranteed. First class service. 42 N. During the latter part of the round phia game postponed; wet grounds. Before too bnv m. 19. DesFrancois LONDON, April Fourth West, Provo. Phone 588-tf Jones recovered and went after the other rod of fence, come in and Ret our camps, manager of Georges Carpen-tier- , Both ENTER. TO Finn COLLEGE bleedmen were JUNIOR fiercely. DANIELS AUTO WHEEL AND BODY (pecial prices od who arrived in London Monday SHOP All kinds of wheel and ing freely, Kallio from the cut above from Paris, accompanied by Carpeji- SQUARE his and of from Branch The his mouth. eye Agricultural Henry college body rebuilding and repairing. Truck Th0 imntnh lrtnlro.1 lilro a Knvina limit the first to greet Jack Cedar City is sending men to com' tier, was among DEAL FENCE and bug bodies. Satisfaction as the American pugilist for a few minutes. Kallio seemed un pete in the junior college invitation Dempsey anteed. 25 N. 5th W., Prove. a from train forth into the able to get a hold. At different times meet to be held' on the "Y" campus, stepped the Finlander tried hard for a leg April 22. John J. Christensen of the large crowd awaiting him at the HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING Waterloo station. 230 West Center. Work done right. split, cradle, and arm lock, but failed B. A. C. sent word to Director Rob Carpentier was not with Descamps, to clamp them on. At 45 minutes erts that men would be sent to par Mrs. A. F. Ritchie. Jones broke a severe armlock and In ticipate in all the events, and that the having left for Manchester early in frhe an instant both men were on their B. A. C. wished all the junior col the day to give an exhibition. WANTED This spring, 4 or was cheered by a large Dempsey feet When would state enter of the the the mat modern house, long lease. Address leges they again struck which included many women, WE BUY IT DIRECT P. O. box 18, Provo. Henry damped a painful toehold on meet in order to make it a greater sue crowd, who vainly tried to get near him as the game little Finn, who was com- cess. his automobile started from the Water from the mill that makes both FOR RENT Parcel of land approxi- pelled to give up. Cheer after cheer Favorable replies from other junior went up from the large audience colleges of the state are expected im- loo station. Newspaper men inter mately 1800x2640 feet, with the wire and the fence. You viewed him at the hotel, while photog dwelling on same; situated one mile which seemed to have gone wild for mediately by Director Roberts. numerous took can't raphers pictures of buy any fence more di east of Thistle. Will lease to desira- the moment in anticipation of a final the champion. ble party at very reasonable figure. victory for "the Pride of Provo." Ad- and PRACTICING. PROFESSORS red you can't beat Square Dempsey declared he was glad to be of Jones rushed onto the mat Apply R. J. Vaughan. Supt. Utah Deal li England and was grateful for his when you compare prices road Co., Hiawatha, Utah. and carried him to his dressing room. The horseshoe pitching contest will Jack Kearns, and size. Kallio insisted upon 20 minutes' be the biggest in the history of the wonderful welcome. materials, weight WANTED Good girl of the American pugilist, said for general rest before the final round. B. Y. U. The candidates are prac- manager he could not foresee tt. housework. Phone 188. bouts in any The third round was rather slow ticing faithfully each afternoon, and Deal ledt t&3 England. FOR SALE Good cow; also 10 head and after the first few minutes both they will soon be in shape for the were worn wrestlers out meet. the by long, grueling I of ewes, with lambs. Phone the knot with "a grip that will not Professor "Horseshoe" Merrill well grinding match. Most of the time the 9 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. slip." Notice there are no brittlewelds men were on their feet, Kallio being deserves the title conferred upon him, to snap, no cumbersome knots to bold Won. Lost. Pet. The champion kept for he is very adept at the sport. San Francisco moisture and gather rust. See the FOR SALE One writing desk, hall-tre- the agressor. 10 Professors Jensen, Osmond, Part- Vernon . 6 several other articles. 161 E. Jones on the defensive continually, wavy strand wires that spring Squtre e stars of Los Angeles ... clamping severe head scissors and ridge and Holt, all Deal Fence back into place after sud- . 6 1st S. I den toeholds on him. When Henry broke the barnyard sport, are training dili- Oakland heavy strains; see the . S BUY your tractors or a body scissors and half Nelson, which gently. stay wires that prevent sagging, bag- Sacramento ... . 7 a for looked time A special clause in the rules pro Salt Lake Ford parts at Schofield's at reduced good for a fall, and gtngand buckling; require lewerfenct a . 3 he gained nis feet, it was plainly evi vides that participants are not respon- Seattle posts, saving money, time and labor, f 4 prices. dent that he was almost all in. He sible for any accidents caused by the Portland 3 i FOR RENT-Tw- o ounfurnished rooms, staggered and seemed dazed and be unruly horseshoes going out of the BWUUT LUMBER S8 a month. 1046 W. 6th S. Phone wildered. He soon gained strength chosen path. Yesterday's Games. COMPANY and fought desperately. At 30 minAt Los Angeles Salt Lake o, Los Four-FivPhone utes both men were on their feet. The Payson. Angeles 2. FOR SALE Seed potatoes: Early long match told on both of them, they At Portland Oakland 4, Portland 1. I tbenext time nm coma to Eureka, Early Ohio, Pearl, Rural. staggered and were groggy with town, call b IN MEET At San Francisco Sacramento 4 f and let na show Also whole, cracked and ground corn. yon Sauare Deal Fence, was apparent that all the It fatigue. . San 8. and Made by nrirc-iSouare tretour Francisco Deal Call and get a supply. Reasonable reserve Keystone Steel & Wire Co.. Peoria.IU.tlDl strength of the men was At Seattle Vernon-SeattlCo. M. Wm. The series ROBERTSON. Roylance RUFUS prices. By gone, neither one being able to get begins today. B. Y. U. Class of Journalism. HAVE YOUR rugs and carpets clean- any kind of hold. the programs Complete announcing men at after the Exactly midnight, All ed by machinery. events, the time of each event, work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. had wrestled for 42 minutes in the various of the different events and We call and deliver. Will do the work third round, Chief Wilkins stepped on the judges in your home if desired. Phone 662. the mat and orders? the match the previous records of events will be stopped. Some of the fans were anx- distributed at the big invitation meet ious to see the match to a finish, but next Saturday. This meet promises to be the big FOR SALE Four-roohouse and the majority commended the chief for gest in the history of the state as large lot; choice location; reason- his action. Both men were so fatigued they had representatives from all the impor able terms. 759 N. 1st E. to be assisted to their dressing rooms. tant high schools in the state will be FOR SALE Genuine old 'cello and Kallio stated that Jones was the tough- there. real old violin. 134 E. 4th N. The junior colleges of the state will est man in his weight he had ever enalso have many representatives there. countered and him as highly praised FOR SALE Saxophone. See .Mr. Mc- a The Branch A. C. will be a strong wrestler and sportsman. Allister at Provo high school, or for this group of schools contender Kallio a of host for friends gained . phone iMuch interest is being taken in the his sportsmanlike tactics and his won of strength and outcome or the jneet between the WARRY IF LONELY For results, try derful exhibition of He is not freshmen and upper classmen the game. knowledge me; best and roost successful "Home a wrestler of the first class but there are many men out working only Maker"; hundreds rich wish marriage a every night' gentleman in every respect. win; strictly confidential; most reThe horseshoe pitching contest In the first preliminaries Young liable; years experience; descriptions promises many surprises. At present free. "The Successful Club." Mr. Spencer and Kid Luke, two Provo lads, sawed the air and the B. Y. V. faculty members are most Nash. Box 536. Oakland. Cal. shimmied on the mat for a space of foremost contestants for the title. FOR SALE 300 pure bred White Leg- six minutes, when Spencer got his AMERICAN LEAGUE. horn yearling hens, extra good head caught somewhere between knees and gave up the ghost. Won. Lost. Pet, layers. J. R. Jolley, 690 W. 4th N Luke's 5 hor the second preliminary an im-- i Cleveland 0 1.000 Provo. Phone 372-J- . 3 .750 promptu match between Dean Parks New York .667 FOR SALE Man's bicycle. cheap. of Provo and Van Dusen of Salt Lake Philadelphia was staged. These clever welter- St. Louis .;, 571 E. 1st N. .600 exhibi- Chicago .400 weights gave a fine DRESf MAKING and plain sewing: tion with honors even. Van was given Washington .?33 M 412 W. 12 will go out by day. Call some kind of a horselaugh when the Boston .250 announcer stated that the Hollander Detroit .000 FOR SALE Just received from Idaho. was present to challenge the winner 760 E. Idaho rural seed potatoes. of tho Jones Kallio match. PANTHERS PRAISED. Fiftu South. The West high school of Salt Lake More than $1,672,000,000 was lost in City will be well represented by about Ohio vacuum cleaner, FOR SALE firos in the I'nited States during the twentv athletes in the invitation track cheap; used three months. Lamar five yoars between 1913 and 1920, of meet "at the B. Y. U.. April 22, acHotel. aw.uuu.uuu was attributable to cording to the West high mentor, lnicn Call 2."7 smoking hazards smouldering cigaret Homer Christensen. FOR f ALE- Young heifer. butts in waste paper baskets and V, 5th S. The Tanthers are praising their other carelessness. stock to the skies, and claim to show i A national horsesooe piicners niaga-j he tracks of prehistoric animals all other contenders a good run. it zi:ie is being published at Wllniing- - h:iTe been found in the solid rock on has ben quite awhile since the Black B. Howard the summit of the dividing ridt. ton. Ohio, with Raymond ii h hai hnH anoh an arrav of as editor and C. Ervin Sturm as busi- - twecn the Cumberland and Kentucky track stars as they possess this year, ncss manager. It Is the only publics- - rivers near McKee. Ky.. according to 'with Hoggan as their leader, fans are tion of the kind in the United States reports. One of ih tracks is expecting some keen competition from and 11 inches aero.-,-. and is called the Horseshoe World. school. ,he at tt 4 by bringing you m Principal G. A. Fox of the Parker has his proteges training each nirtt for the B. Y. U. relay carnival, fl, has 35 kiddles grooming them for the various events. His entries for tin sprints include the Westwood twini Jack Crandall, Sherman Nelson uj George Rea. Alex Sutherland, Roben Fatherum, El wood Worthington Clyde Biddulph are showing up verr strong in the distance races. Both girls and boys of the Frank. !in school won over the two teami o( tne Timpanogos scnooi in two exclthi baseball games at the TimpanoroJ school grounds Tuesday afternoon. The score of the boys' game, to innings: 036 513 4--a Franklin 000 005 -( Timpanogos The Franklin girls won by a icon of 14 to 2. Supt H. Aldous Dixon was umpire J. 0. W over Parker el fm hi . BOYS. e WE STAND FOR QUALITY uj 5 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT - -- j ; bn-!.n- five-toe- d Bring your repair work to us we are the best equipped in the State and have experienced help.