|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
THE DAILY HERALD OF UTAH COUNTY. TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1922. iiiicfcfagiiMim Classified fV FOR RENT modern, partly furnished bouse; piano. Phone 912 H. 906 W. Center. M-- 5 i f KALEOMINING . done reasonable. M-- 4 1 r SUGAR BEETS pro I Y . '"nTv ACREAGE meeting PAYSON', May 2. At held Friday club Commercial of the FOR SALE 34 acres of farm land, evening, the following business was or more if desired. Good house 286 WEST CENTER STREET. PROVO, UTAH. ' and outbuildings. 320 N. 2nd E. attended to: M 9 . Phone A committee was appointed to 'A Si. i'" 444 wait upon the board of county comFOR SALE Good Jersey cow. S. 2nd E. missioners and urge immediate action on the construction of the rooms. FOR RENT Housekeeping . M 523-J3 hard surfaced road through Benja191 8. 3rd W. Call min. The Nebo scenic drive, the WANTED Good housekeeper; furfeasibility of which was discussed. nish references and wages exThis road leads up through Payson pected. Address Box 4, Herald. canyon, around Mt. Nebo and down of recent of a Salt Creek canyon to .epni, a Disallotment purchase gownf received a extraordinary have large betwwn Box LOST of fancywork, tance of 25 miles, which would be we believe will win instant admiration. In many respects, this offering of state armory and First North. one of the most oeautiful scenic is Each season. distinctly . this 592-Rmade garment is the best we have yet Finder call Highways in the intermountain new, expressing the very latest development of fashionable New York and Paris. The country. FOR SALE Registered Jerseys. The enlargement of the Payson mnr facturer offered his entire stock to us knowing that the requirements of our 312 M-4 v". V Call A.'.l n which enables us to zoological garden, which is in con6t).v alone could use them. Thus we received a nection with Memorial park on NOTICE TO SOROSI3 LADIES. oflci them for sale at such a remarkably low price. The price does not begin to represent South Main street, and which now their true value. represents a rare collection of wild Provo high school "Sorosig day" animals. will be held Wednesday, commencBetter public camping grounds, ing at 10:30 o'clock. All Sorosls with improved accommodations, are ladles are urged to be present. to be established tor the Denem oi the traveling public. Clarence Haag has to bang by A lyceum course is to be pro the feathers of his ostrich steed at vided and the majority of those Jacksonville, Fla., for the bird be favored the engagement of haves just like a bucking broncho-Bu- t present Y. U. lyceum course of Provo. B. the V 1 speed giddap! f'vr. A resolution was passed against the Colton bill which is now pend retary. G. A. R. cared for by Amer- ing in congress, and the action of ican Legion; sons of Pioneers, E. the Strawberry High Line canal K. Ferguson; Daughters of Pio company In sending three members Mrs. R. A. Mrs. T. A. neers, Creer, of their board to Washington, D. C, n Spanish-AmericaWar Vet Money; Lee R. Taylor, Alfred R. erans, Fred S. Dart; Odd Fellows, namely, A. T. Money, to protest and Wilson Chris Larsen; Maccabees, Joseph of this bill was the passage against Wilcox: endorsed and commended by the Woods; Firemen, Dean Boy Scouts, Walter Moore, Bishop members of the club. Wm. C. Beckstrom, Bishop W. T. Ten pairs of commiteemen were Brockbank, Bishop Ralph Xforgan, from the Commercial appointed Wm. Bishop Grotegut. club to cooperate with the field Parade Joseph Woods, Chris men of the sugar company and canLarsen, E. K. Ferguson, Bishop vass the entire Payson district for Ralph Morgan. of sugar bests an increased acreage Program Dean Wilcox, Walter the farmers and land ownMooro, Fred. S. Dart, Bishop Wm among ers in order that our factory may Grotegut, Bishop Wm. C. Beck not bi closed on account of shortstrom. of beets. These committees Decoration John E. Booth, 'Mrs age this A. T. Money, Mrs. A. R. Creer, were to begin their work until continue and every morning W. T. Brockbank. Bishop farmer has been solicited. Attendance Bishops Wm. C, ' Dr. L. N. Ellsworth reported to DESDEMONA MAZZa Beckstrom; W. T. Brockbank, Ralph the club that 5,000 trout fry had This charming European actress D. Morgan, Wm. Grotegut, Rev, been planted at Townsend's resort has the leading ro'e in the Louis Theo Lee, Rev. C. Runolfson. in Payson canyon, ready to be Mercanton produ tion, "Gypsy turned in the canyon stream as Passion." She vvoi born in Bosoon as the flood waters, which are OF disastrous to the young fish, are logna, Italy, and is one of the best known film stars abroad.over. Community singing is to be inwear by in the Commercial club troduced The models are suitable for afternoon, street and Business AT B.Y.U. aud navy Fron, under the direction of Raymond H. Itself; also embrace the staple colors such as black 1 ed by beautiful les Posse.j Clayton. tha 1 "ompanying ulustraUof. you can gather something of the ready-to-westudy President Karl F. Keeler prethese garments, but to fully enjoy them you should visit our L.r. ueorge h. Brimnall is spon ' ' at the meeting. sided them carefully. a movement at the Young soring university for the establishment of By the way, have you recently visited The Wightman hotel, on First a Library of Poetry in, honor of Section? It IT' . njteady-to-Wea- r North street,' which has been under President Charles W. Penrose. Let- the management of John Cravens now 4 great vv&for Spring richness. ters have been mailed to promi- for so many years, has changed nent men and amen throughout has the intermountain states requesting hands. Alvin Jensen of Delta the property and the purchased movein their the participation THE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT renment. In the letter one thousand hotel is undergoing a general JenMr. and remodeling. friends and admirers are asked to ovating sSTORE ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD the travdonate one dollar each for the sen is desirous of givingcare in the of the best public eling founding of the library. future. The letter follows: "When the Brigham Young university conferred the degree of doctor of laws upon President Charlea W. Penrose, it reflected SPANISH FORK, May 1. From honor to itself, and now it is fitting ; that the name of our illustrious present indications, Spanish Fork NO CURB NO GUTTER UNDER COVER EASY IN alumnus. Doctor Penrose, should be is to have a real baseball team this linked up with the great 'Leader- year and other teams of the CenOUT. EASY AND ship' .Institution in a way that it tral league will have to look to will face the faculty and student their laurels. Fifteen men are tryWe have two expert service men to take care of your El " if body as the days and years pass on. ing out for the different places and We auto needs. put Saints showed much pep at the practice ''Many of the Latter-dahave found their way in to the last held. C. Bowen, Elmer, Barney Air in Your Tires. Put in New Tubes. The waist line seems to have set church through the light radiated and Markham are trying out for the the sermons and writings of position behind the bat; Andrus, tied at the hips and Is secured ther in Oil Crankcase. the in Change the n Elder Penrose, and all of us have Simmons, Thomas, Keogh and tie-o- n means of so blouse the 11 by Grease the Transmission and Differential. are men been and the will who elevated by encouraged perform Bpjpular for sports this the products of his inspired poetic on the mound; Edwards. George In fact, we give Real Service. genius. Every time we hear 'O Ye and D. Bowen are out for the initial Mountains High' our loyalty is re- bag; Rowe, L. Bowen, D. Bowen, L. SPANISH FORK MEETING WE SELL T GAS, OILS AND AUTO freshed. We cannot read, sing, or Thombas, Genick and Anderson are hear 'School Thy Feelings, O My working for the infield berths; in ACCESSORIES. without being made the outer gardens, Edwards, Hayes, SPANISH FORK, May 2. A spe- Brother,' MME. GABRIEL REJANE cial meeting was called last night kinder and stronger. And where E. Thomas, George, Anderson, r! as Romsny Kate In "Gypsy Pascan be found a poem containing Thomas, D. Bowen. Hughes and by Mayor Joseph Hanson to arsion," adapted from Jean Riche-pin-'s range for the proper observance of more patriotic fire than 'Up, Awake, Oreer are gauging them in great famous novel, "Miarka, the Memorial diy. Following are the Ye Defenders of Zion'? style. Corner Third South and University Ave. "We (have feasted at the table of Child of the Bear." committees appointed: . a truth as him, Hanand, by SPANISH FORK, May 2. Word spread General committee Joseph token of appreciation, it is proposed that his nephew, Frank Brewster, that one thousand of us give one had been shot through the head by dollar each for the la nding of a an unknonw assailant, on the Charles W. Penrose Library of of April 20, was received here night SunPoetry to his alma mater, the Brig-ha- day by Fred S. Dart of this city. Young university. We are Mr. Brewster was night ticket agent planning to present him with this and watchman on the Boston & gift at the commencement exer- Maine railroad, and it is believed cises of the school, June 2. 1922, and robbery was the motive for the shall hope to receive your contribu- crime, as the drawers and safe had tion before May 13. You will re- been opened. Mr. Brewster had receive a receipt for your contribu- cently moved to Winchester, Mais., tion, and your name will be listed where the occurred. He as one of the charter founders of was 26 years tragedy old and is survived by this memorable library. his widow and three small children, "Send your contribution to E. H. a sister and a widowed mother, all Holt, treasurer of the Brigham living at Huntington Center. VerYoune university, Prnvo." mont. No clue to the murderer had been found when the letter, was written. Phone,733-MW- m 186-M- t Bewitching Dress Styles M-- In Taffeta and Canton Crepe WE 13-- tion he Provo VOL Slate Products o Compsumy The father! 9 price-concessio- n t T 3 boys v goodies them t city, w part of Kinder t Unsurpassed Values at Only $14. 75 $19:75 $22.50 At Least You Should See Them POEM Waistline at nips We Have the Most Convenient Service Station in the County Spanish Fork ' y 0 si' "' Pine Tree Service Station 10 a e i .1 a a DISCOUNT on t; e c. I Am Eating Better e Sleeping Better and Feeling Better Than In Years, Thanks to a n i III M1 li! St I'. I k iii ? ; iii Hi fisi Lni UU Li TANLAC It built me up nine pounds in three weeks. This is the statement of Mrs. Bessie Roberts, 1002 Laurel St., W. Tampa, Fla. Chronic indigestion, AT IIS I -- ,wm . l U ill a ;.i 0 JV iii Wishes to announce the it is prepared to mar deliveries of slate shins les for Provo Homes. iave P ?ood s hlngs per thi moving ;lose o nore i 'or the joys w iream ittlie SchofieH Aml Co, in f xstritis, rheumatism, weak' ness and similar complaints seldom fail to disappear en tirely when you take Tanlac. It builds you up and enables you to throw off disease. At all good druggists. nt at pg th Oar slate men are not opening our first Quar ry of Green and Purpl Slate at the mouth ol Slate Canyon. ion. it the ;on at llcCoa kan B WARS WAS lendai crapp1 ion tr in the mder link bse o o pined aval SJer i tr er co re; The liippii lexina 'ore piildii A New Kodak luldii cot fcder lur t e sti Nl PEF (nad ndin entf Kuiit curi lo n Shop iy. al V feder We have installed an kin KJen Ma Developing and Printing Plant under the char?? of Leland Van Wagoner, an expert who spent smi 18 months in the Eastman Kodak company plant Seattle. WORK DONE QUICKLY TS CO at lo.ot th n i dp RIGHT. AND DONE in ig Kodak te Fl! BRING US YOUR FILMS. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF kei KODAKS eni AND KODAK SUPPLIES. enr; Mr. Yi nun Prvo Electric & Hardware es? irti OVl hh HUDSON AUTO ANNOUNCES NEW ADVERTISING MANAGER. The Hudson Motor Car company anil Essex Motors announce the appointment of William A. James as advertising manager. Mr. James ROY BOREN, Manager. has been connected with Hudson and Essex for a number of years-f- irst 62 West Center. Phone 303. in the sales and technical service departments, from where he came to the advertising department a year ago. Previous to factory acthat he was not insane at j: t heme tivities he had considerable experi- theory the time he killed his wife, but minion aoaDies ence in the field as a retail iui fee oitticn, that, the condition which caused his !..,. 1,1 Ua.it. I.non RllVPd. Vm commitment to the county hospital dred thousand of these In July. 1919. Ikn in nil uaur III life, developed after his Mr, win .1 . BERNSTEIN ARRAIGNED. arrest, acfording to the county at- in them because of conditio" Several days ago, fir. MIS torney. IIIWKIGI SALT LAKE CITY, Mav c j George K. Hyde, superintendent of born. By giving proir Bernstein, who shot and the state mental informed hospital, mothers attention 'i!!fd his wife, Beatrice Ainsworth t'ounty "1 Moreton that b:;by is born t!'ounmls Bernstein. November 11, 101 s, and Bernstein Attorney was now considered lives can 4 be saved. then attempted sulride. was ar- sane, and that he would have to no Headers o ranged today on an old complaint unless the ttate intended may obtain a copy of ww r, charging murder. Bern-stei- to press the murder r "Keen BP-If charge. was removed from the state K " Uflilruuuinir A. IM)I- - tal cam mental hospital at Provo yester1 ilJ. S. PuhlL Health feVrvl day by Sheriff C. Frank Emery and UNCLE SAM J SAYS Mothers ?b"ed !n the county jail. Ington, D. C. Ipective mothers sliomu Arraignment of hemtein on the MOTHERHOOD. murder charge proceeded on the Uite to send for this l)00""et Every year nearly r quarter of n lo.,r,) .,,.!., J Compasny j l.t 2.-- Harry u 1 ' first-degre- sr prill Boys' This Sel-ma- HI-TES- .t This cupyini ball ga the Le will be ride bi Is in st )f thei n i .