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" Generally TOP to- not night and Tuesday; much change In tem-peratu-rt. HERALD utt iiM mi mmrnm w Y s 10 PAGES PROVO, UTAH, MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1922. m NO. 135. VOL. XXXVI. , OtIIIG 0 Jb I Hit 115 oe NEXT AUU - STREET The street paving program of this city will receive a decided impetus this evening when two new pavement petitions are presented to the city tlQ MEET. The biggest of all athletic events kt the Young university will be toe Intercollegiate meet, Saturday. Ma 3. and will tea tb unmrctr Utah, Utah! Agricultural eoer Ind the B. T. U. In track and ZtiA bmpetitlon f VI thei JJtai Payson ojlasae&Hhe ObeHnnua! acbqpfe unty high igham jtoung univevsny, tmc)c and id meet Saturday W winning 1 l-ints. This wasmainly' due to the lorts of KKchen, the1 stellar ath e of the school 5 who scored 11 ints and was the third individual r of the meet. He won first In the icus and pole vault and third In the ' ' v '; ' ad Jump. Spanish Fork scored 10 points, 3vo 6. Springville 6, American Pork ind Pleasant Grore . ' - 'C ' ; The West Side high again won the et with the East. Side and the L. D. U. coming in the ordr named. The upper classmen of the Toung iversity won the varsity contest m the mllkHng3, although there s only three points difference the two'aggregations. Markham s the star in this meet, scoring 12 Wake-I- d nts, while Partridge and tied tor second place with 8 nts each. The K A. C. of Cedar ,y flartictpated in the varsity meet I won several places, which, how-r- , were not counted. lever before in the history of Utah letics has a meet been run oft so oothly. The Jim schedule was fo ed to the minute .In running off the events, in, yrllcH wore than, JIM letes participated. The participants I the meet ranged in age from the g in the crawling contest to the i men" in tU horseshoe pitching rnament.' There were also speciat es tor girls of the high schools and boys In the grade schools. ccording to the steel magnates were in the city Saturday and p attended the track meet as guests President Harm, the carnival Jailed anything over staged by the p schools of the coast. ' p the evening tb students of the schools competed ror lors in the terpsichorean art. The was won by Sher- Itation fox-trSparks and Florence McEwan of Y" high, and the waltz by Johnlor and Mildred Bush Of thPbtO In the varsity contest the won by Hugh Jolley and friel Smart of the freshmen, and the ttz by Archie Wet and Alice Lud- of the upper classmen. Jesuits of the high school meet dash Benton, East Hign, Williams, West high, second; Pbell, L. D. S. U., third. Time, - J lJ WftW: paving KVi Third street from First North Meef Steal Hoars Dana County Outdoor Association PAR OF DEPOT 01 MEET UtL Experts and Financiers Study Utah County Parkinson's Timpanogos Plans Brigham Ypimtfo Great . TODAY PRICE TWO CENTS. Schools at Leads County High raycon CHRISTEN Graridctin Wino TV; Crawl Race Location The The dates for the eleventh annual Timpanogos hike have been selected, July 14, 15, 16. This hike is to be called the "trail christening hike," and promises to send two thousand climbers to the peak. avBeMteai promoters of the huge steel merger which is to bring together the iron ore interests of Iron county with the coking coal interests of Carbon TRAIL. A long line of frisky infants lineo fused to move, and remained on the ... i t.tnark. i or me I..,..oaDV crawi ai me annual i up . Coaxings and pleadings Of the anxi .v.. v,..a v u it4.IMC IIIVlKtllUll IllCtl l ous mothers were in vain uniu iney day. They were all attended by their produced visible stimulants in the "all-da- y suckers" or other hopeful mothers, each of whom was shape of ' ' certain of victory for her offspring. sweet meats. in a while on the way to the Once So were the proud papas who cheered tape the babies would come up for from the sidelines. air or survey the surroundings and There were both boys and girls en- would then make another effort to tered in the contest, but it was diffi- reach the coaxer weilded by the cult, in fact impossible, for the spec- mother. First honors in the novel contest tators Jo say which was which. .They were all dressed in similar attire and were won by little Robert Keeler Mcall were "raring to go." Allister, followed closely by Gertrude As is the natural instinct with ba- Roberts and "Kid" Cottani. The ten bies, the contestants were rather con- yard course was covered in six mintrary. Before the signal to be off on utes. The winner of the baby crawl, Robthe ten yard crawl, the mothers had a hard time to keep the youngsters ert Keeier McAllister, is the grandson still they seemed eager to show to of Patriarch Joseph Brigham Keclcr, the curious spectators their superior who was an instructor at the R. Y; U. for 36 years. ' The winner also is the ity in- using their hands and Jegs transporting themselves from where great grandson of Brigham Young, tnev were t0 where they wanted to founder of the B. Y. U. Also, the just as soon as they received winner broke all previous crawl records of the State of Utah. orderji to be on their way, thev ' county were guests of Provo and Springville Saturday. They came here to look over the site of the plant between Springville and Provo, and leftproposed at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon with no official announcement than: "You'll hear from us later !" Practically all of last week was given up to the inspection tour through three counties, Iron, Carbon, and Utah. Only one newspaper man was with the party at any stage of the investigation and that was a reporter for The Daily Herald, L. F. Rains, president of the Carbon Fuel company, and who ugeV?e?ally admitted to be the promoter of the merger, asked The Daily Herald to make no announcement of the plans until the merger of all interests has become an assured fact. Wiggington E. Creed, president of the Pacific Gas & Elec- -' trie company and the Columbia Steel company of California and who probably will be the president of the steel plant organization when it is organized, said: a Official Announcement Later. "There will be an official announcement made to public as soon as we have some definite thing to announce. the We have made these trips into Iron county to look over the iron fields of that county; we have gone into Carbon county to get some firsthand information of the coal deposits there, and we came to Provo to look over the lime deposits, the water possibilities, and the suggested location for the plant. We now will return to San Francisco and, when we have perfected the merger of all interests will make a public announcement of where the plant is to be ' The directors of the Utah County Outdoor association met Friday evenP. S. President Harris ing. presided. The directors present started the membership roll going by contributing one dollar each. This is to be the annual membership fee of the county organization. Local organizations may, or may not, as they see fit, assess their members for local purposes. Dr. Harris paid the first dollar into the treasury of the association. Director J. F. Smith of Springville was the second; C. L. Warnick of Pleasant Grove was the third, with Geo. W. Le Baron of Santaquin, fourth, and Dr. L. D. Pfoutz of Payson, fifth. All paid in silver dollars. The first check Treasurer Roberts received was from Director S. L. Chipman of American Fork. Later, when former Mayor Lee Taylor of Salem, arrived, he too paid his membership tee. It was planned to stage membership drives in every community early this spring before the tourist season gets started. " lOCclt&Q. ." A program of winter mountain Mr: preed is generally admitted to be the leading financial was by Secretary .. suggested climbing E. L. Roberts, who said that Mt. Tim ngure in the merger, and is understood to represent large steel Y panogos should furnish excellent win- interests in the east. , ter climbing sport. It. done from the was here some months ago. Professor Among the steel men here Saturday were Mr. Creed, Mr. Grove aide. . Zueblin has made a lifelong study of . Saturday evening many readers of The Daily Herald ' Pleasant J. D. Grant, director of the Bank of California; Albert E. Rams, a he read letter Roberts Secretary a is accounted municipal cities, and telephoned the, office that their paper had not reached them Dana Parkinson, from received had ntonattorney for the Hammon interests of San Francisco; atUhprltr. , that evening. They evidently had not remembered the anforest supervisor. It follows: John S. Drum, president of the Mercantile Trust 'If Provo d0e nothing else this year, company of San nouncement of The Daily Herald that this paper would be Prof. E. L. Roberts, care B. Y. U., it should pave that street," Professor Francisco, and former president of the American Bankers' assoProvo. Utah. issued every week day excepting Saturday. There is to be Zuebllq added. "I was entranced with ciation; Louis Sloss. president of the Northern Dear Mr. Roberts: the scenerv as our train came Into no Saturday paper because, as soon as the necessary enlargeI been informed have a had to then go through Provo, and man-- 1 fzed.b"ecS direct0r; D' ment of the composing and press rooms can be made, The county people have toiumbia Steel sloppy, muddy street which took out a and company, of technical sec. are . group jager will will 01 which you Herald a issue Hon association erne Daily Sunday morning edition, of my mind all the thoughts of "u ovcwuiea. i.n As I understand it. one de-Ot i "v be printed Saturday night and distributed Sunday morning. the city's scenery, f believe It has the Salt Lake men interested in the nrrtrvwtwl mpromr in organizing is to Among your purposes the same effect upon every stranger That is why there is no Saturday evening Herald. velop the scenic attractions in the WereyW" Armstron who comes out of the depot." Bishop David A. Smith, and others. R- - K- - Brown- - A- - v-county. Another paving petition to be preKiPP and Fred McClure, all C,,0r!m' cTl: Lake This office has a recreation plan for of Salt sented will be tor the paving of SecCity, the Salt Lake & Utah Railroad of for the represented TOSSERS all, good which, HORSESHOE Utah one county Center street, ond West from should be correlated with any plan company, vhich is decidedly anxious to get the plant located at block south and two blocks north. It Is -which your organization has. If you the Springville site. Among the many new Innovaon this street, near Center, that the tions of Director E. iL. Roberts for have any suggestions to make whereHeber train stops to discharge pasSpringville Men Here. the annual track meet at the "Y" by this plan could be improved or sengers who now have to wade through H. T Reynolds, G. D. Kennedy and W. H. to coincide more with the field Saturday, the horeshoe pitchKelsey reresented mud in wet weather to get to the sidechanged LAUD ing contest for faculty members of aims of your organization, we will be bpnngville, Mr. Kennedy cominar in from St. Genro- walk. . It is pointed out that with a I the state high schools attracted a glad to confer with you. Jo be Present at this meeting. He arrived too late to accompany paved street at this point a better im- s great deal of Interest Following is the plan we have in the visitors to the proposed location, but did pression will be made on the efficient boosting The excitement and keen commind at present: of passengers who frequently That the state of Utah and the inluncheon which followed the nij vine uurmg me two-nopetition of "the boys" rivaled that Use' these trains for visits to this city. terested Aspen Grove Five or six more "f counties should cooperate toilets; six more tables and oencnes trip to the Springville pasture. with the government engineers who of their proteges and drew an unto : usual crowd the nlant tons; large frame witness with Prnvn Vinsta war a Thnmoa V The large fieldnow data are in the j j. .r ii. " gathering " "V" 0f Cornmprrp Pnl C E' barnyard sport, and cheer their shelter with fireplaces and bunks. This p Y OFFICE regarding the feasibiltiy of the Provo-WebS. JWllllam L0Se' favorites on to victory. Knight, - ' should be suitable for entertainments , project was the sentiment of a In the singles the honors were ui. o. Hams nu j. oa. nerponr. in case of storm. committee from the Utah Water StorThe steel men arrived on a special Orem car at 11 a. captured by Prof. Lavar Jensen of Aspen Grove Trail to Emerald Lake m., Satage commission which met here SatTO OPEN HERE the Young university, while Proas soon as weather urday morning, To be completed into and automobiles urdays getting to driving ( directly service Forest of Johnson and Peterson conditions will permit. State Engineer R. C. Caldwell, R. R. fessors won or more the county infirmary where the investigation of tho ;to Manti the doubles. fen Professors .. will finance this,) , . Tl-.- i ii .! i ii v mkmiii imiir 111 seconds. Partridge and Cottam of the Young toilets along trail between Aspen The entire party went carefully over thetwo miles to the pasture and ability to Lake City; County Commissioners J. university which Springville proposes to trive to the steel rornorarion V.ant. remarkable pe mile Lon Kump, East High, for criticism as to sizeCptnrrlav and Emerald lake. displayed Grove whpn l. uaruuer huu k,. n. imiui, j. ability in the game and came alRichards, L. D. S. U., second; house federal offices Emerald Lake and Vicinity Six rial attention was given to the limestone denosits. to trip altitude ArP. J. Dixon, Welch, Leroy Creer, in field deputy bards .Pleasant Grove, third. Time, T. A. Callister. chief . most winning the contest from i ..v.vh i ' j i teen toilets. (Forest services hopes the office of Collector of Internal Rev- thur Taylor, Scott Stewart, Frank nutes 52 seconds. "lao1 lulllue are io oe locaiea, ana to tne their southern competitors. this year.) Twenty to finance eight Elmer Reed Anderberg, Doming, hurdles Gardner. The tournament will be a feature pw Spanish enue J. H. Anderson arrived to open or more camp tables and benches, water supply, all highly important items in the matter of location Jacobs, W. L. Whitte-mor- e from k first; Loofbourow, East High, a deputy collector's office in Provo. Jacobs,andIrving now on In all of the annual B. of Large frame or stone shelter with of a blast furnace. Tucker Provo; James nd. Time, 27 meets of Already the federal building is over- A. T. seconds. the invitation university, and Fork had been tfaVeled ab0Ut tw0 m0nthS 820 Money of Spanish T1iiS S?m.e to Director Roberts. Spring- - crowded and it is possible that the John Alleman of "yard dash Crandall. when Mr. Rains Mr. Bossford and Provo and Springville men Springville were 4 according ot revenue office will have to be located first; Marman, West High, present. East High, third. Time, in some other building. Amphitheaters in vicinity of of tirst interested the steel people in this site. At that time it vas .Mr. Doremus said that since the the committee to visit the lake shore "The Provo office will be conducted leconds. To be left undeveloped for the observed that both Mr. Rains and Mr. Botsford considered the com- Lske of water the duties real Etorage of the lines of all branch offices actual condition - to see the Hoggan, West High, along there, uniu me neeu roui, location ideal for their purpose. present water to is investigate ice orvW Mr ml. mission Richards, L. D. S. U., second; .u. lirf of the state and to recommend stated that thetOTfiT Lake Shore definite. sources Ue the to mtor-cfreference Observations made Saturday by the steel men cannot be had Glassed-ihards, Pleasant Grove, third. Time, of Timpanogos tit iHiotinn tna Top rmmio- - drainage district Is in danger of being branch nffice at Losan. Milford. Rich- - its complete linutes 6 seconds. but it is not at all improbable that the steel Dlant will and aliaane. shelter r. minnp i.i. u . jt ine Binwu r,K ii. (sion had undertaken to inform itself . American Fork be located between Springville and Provo if the business interests lo.yard dash Farney, West High, field and Price. .f Of t lift saiaWM7;Tri office part regarding nn rrt t nnl It is believed that the branch Benton. East High, second; rT. tables and ot this . 1WC111J ! VCii.J o f honk r.f to flue at VanVOIl !, county come across with the right kind of supnort and lito the Great Salt Lake. ridall, Springville, third. Time, in Provo will be of great conven sixteen 01 benches; a unit one an end half miles a is about important Utah lake tj'ets; point Utah to all income Jii-WfW-sof seconds. cooperation. tables They will have to show that this county really camp Sawmil 'Mr. Doremus, southeast of the mouth of the river. wants a steel located here, and they will have to show that others having business that territory," said pie vault iKtchen, Payson, first; toilets. sixteen plant and o benches; u attention. .i..i. "and must receive early k.,q, pn, Provo, second; McEpay- with the internal revenue service. C roue at Head of boy Scout Falls in dollars. other must .u- - ii, lands Every arid as well proposed site has been offered free to as lands ..Marsh num. neigiy--fee- t. camp tables and benches; tho steel merger people. be futile to Twenty vculd our of of use land it were the out but "We reclaimed, be LAD, LUCKY Springville has put up more than 400 !?iljaflitr-'(7armaTOM BULLOCK IS West High, without last vear, said Mr. Money, "and we 16 toilets. undertake any reclamation of land; a thousand acres will be needed. Readers of The acres more Nelson, Provo, second; Kitchen, Hat we"iy Community will be the same this and next year, son and Dern, East High, tied for Tom 3ullock, son of Ben H. Bul- cooperation. 20 more touets. Daily Herald may draw their own conclusions as to what this of Utah, Salt Lake and 100, There are some farmers who are tables and benches; "The people Win ! the of with Syndicate S 6 inches. Height. lock, feet president la county must do to get the plant here. Deneritea paying $4.50 an acre in taxes on land Large frame or stone shelter . llnilin,. PTlIrt faster Tooele counties will do should road jump Benton. East High, and A stoves fireplaces. cook cobunks, and of water .u!- reclamation feet now under four the f.thLr Other Cities Make Bid. on eold Tom through u finds entertainCarman. West High second: wa er Mr. Alleman it will This should be suitable for excess al. to The According to tunnel Delta operate has has made a dad bid his for the plant. The steel men were big rhen, Payson. third. Distance. 20 sidewalks where cost the Springville drainage district ments in case of storm. n hunareas 01 ompietion oi there Wednesday night, and were deeply impressed with what of Salt Lake and Tooele i about Jio.000 to clean out the outlet I Timpanogos Lave lands iarid . .. . . .. . ..... oorvli'P will complete Delta had to offer them. Sot put Lewis. Suanish Fork. Bet it. But it is generally admitted that the oi meir arainage system wnen tne I t; Hofhelna American PnrV uec. The other aay iom iuuhu a Installation of elec- 15.) said the it May Gardner by le recedes. lake is nearer the ideal than any other thus far site aa vuiuunroiuuc. will have j novt ah rpad a Herald Brown, American Fork, third. rine end of county The committee will meet at a later tricity; north sentiment throughout the county is of a' lost ring, returning it to Manager Nnce. 39 feet 9 inches. should take overrate when the chairman, Preston G. completed lighting by May i.i. aixu.ru suggested, although there has been favorable comment upon the iscus Kitchen, Payson, first; Col- - TAhnonn ftf Wool worth's. Then Tom that the government sites offered by Payson and Salt Lake City. w." . returns from a business trio touets in Bruve nch a nrolect as it is too large bu i L. D. S. U., second; Hanson, Pay- - fn,m a py.1i! watch, and now Is hunt to finance six this est service The steel men arrived in Salt Lake Tuesday, leaving that expects counties. for the to California. a undertaking is It lady's owner. mr the third. Distance, 97 feet 3 inches. W season'. Eight toilets at entrance of that field stated Several Tom for Lund where they motored over Iron county, and inspeakers tell one, evening pvelln Carman, West High, first; watch. If you lost cave. (Forest service hopes to finance forces from the government are now, BOY 8COUT BAND. ATTENTION! and ns. East High, second; Meyer, about it. the possibility of a railroad from Lund to the iron tables vestigated four this season). Twenty readv to Investigate conditions arouna rl High, third. Distance 151 feet. honchoa at ernve at foot of trail. ( For- - mountains. This railroad must be constructed to make the steel as- will immediate the The Scout band and prac lake Boy Utah urged KIWANIS DANCE' WEDNESDAY. six this relay West High, first; L. sistance to the engineers in securing i tice Thursday evening at 7 o'clock est service expects to finance merger an actual fact. v., second; West High, third i season). Pror. uj school. Kooert at data. central Accoramg the necessary will club The party arrived in Provo Thursday morning, stopping for Kiwanis give Th 48 Provo PP. seconds. Enroute Alone Road from Aspen sv. all members of the band engineer, has dance at the Ladies' gym Scott Stewart, a Provo flood Down at Hotel Roberts, immediately after leaving for Sunny-sid- e. breakfast and Flat West High, first; Ln Sawmill' to Drove relay waters band Scout to be present The Boy f)S. U., second; Payson. third. 'wpn-ne'dHevening In honor of lost more moneyfivefrom i'n.orlcan Fork ("anvon Portion of Carbon countv. where the cokinc coal fields were visitor! will be ., in the Boy Scout sec- marca than to last the years sSnanUh Fork clubs, during .mi ii. Fe, 1 minute and 37 seconds. road from Mutual Dell to Sawmill JTat Friday evening found the party back in Salt Lake for conferences tlon of the big parade to be a to make the investigations fW-mllThe Awo club today sent invitations necessarytrove-Webrelay West High. to be completed as soon L,,, .! cmq of ture week. J" Boys' th project. tn ci..h. f..r hr .t. " H High, second: West High, tmrtt. 10 mem urn a u. -- s m aniflo.is for A bU. this complimentary tend (Continued on Page Six.) 1 .f ' be-;e- n C ft Eidat South. This Is known as the street," and is the first street railroad passengers observe as they come out of the union depot. A year ago a petition to pave this street was presented to the city commission, but failed at that time because of vigorous opposition from some of the larger property owners, who protested the cost. This year, according to Harry Heal, of the Provo Consolidated Real Estate company, the cost will be less, due to the decrease in material and labor . prices. 'It will not cost to exceed $25 a rod, and may be only 20 a rod," Mr. Heal said this morning. "The cost will be estimated by the city engineer after the filing of the petitions." Last year one of the arguments used against the paving was that it piacea a heavy burden on widows owning bomes on the street.- This year, Mr. Heal points out, every widow owning on the street has signed thei ! petition. "Depot street certainly gives a sttanger a bad impression of Provo," "Ot - , t- Us-i- -- - . ' - KW? LOGGED 17ATER andf-varsit- y DISCUSSED thou-rfand- ur I x-- . ""' ZS. j r.i J , ....... t nrc 3 nwi . Provo-Springvil- pPt-iro- i tea-H'.9- 1. e V".:,. V Hon KW lTLl , ""f i. f.-ld,s-! 3-- 4 plf-mil- e t.'An. - REVEII i tori 1 IM Til er ,!,, 1 f""" NACT n.