|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
r- THE HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY . 17, 1922. The Herald knows of many eastern universities which publicity men and yetfail to receive as employ much publicity as does our local church university .through the efforts of Prof. J. Marinus Jensen. THE DAILY HERALD EVERY high-salari- Published by The Herald Company. AFTERNOON EXCEfT SATURDAY. WEEK-DA- ed - OVER 2200 WHAT'S THE COMBINATION? Harry Sinclair set out In the oil business as an indeoil field was pendent operator when the great to in its infancy as production. Among the independents he was a pronounced tsuccess. He carried his interlocking Wall street, where after a time of cooling his heels in the outer offices of big business, he was admitted and let in. Now it appears he is well within so far in that some of his companies are not without their federated interests with the Standard Oil company of more ancient fame. Sinclair was recently reported as having come close to a corner on all the available oil land in the world. And among the available lands he was fortunate enough to find ways and means to lease the federal oil lands reserved for sources of naval supply. Now Senator LaFollette, who is just as apt to be right as wrong, demands a federal investigation into naval oil fields, and why these oil deposits are subjected to being greatly depleted by the Sinclair exploitations. What is an independent oil operator? When does an independent become a combine and the benefactor of special grants and privileges? These are questions that the "inde pendents" such as Sinclair once was, are asking. Moreover, they want to know if Harry Sinclair and his companies are still of the "independent" class, how is it that he is privileged to get on, or at least next to government oil lands which carry i the "keep off the grass" signs for them. What s the combination that gets into this federal vault of fluid gold? com-panies- ! Good Tea fose mm is a rare thing. TREE TEA bene of the few good teas. Anait cost you much least Mas June 2 the 2y Nothing makes you see things in iiko tne iun moon. a duiernt moon Japan The 1922 versions reads "Shove thy enemies. Qrttn Old fashioned girls are hard to find because no gin wants to be out of fashion. h MERRY-GO-ROUN- Sometimes it's hard to feel at ease. BAN ON PLUMAGE i with 3 genuine Gillette Blades The Importation of Plumage ribltion act, 19zl, effective April I, 1924, prohibits the importation of tne plumage of any bird (including skin or body of a bird with plum age) into the United Kingdom with the exception of the plumage ot Atrican ostriches and eider ducks. Temporarily exempted from the proisions of this act are birds im pel ted alive, birds ordinarily used tor diet in tne United Kingdom, and plumage imported as bona tide wearing apparel of a passauger. INDIA'S COTTON 1 PAT. For the concern that handles leasanabiy light material the escalator, or moving stairway type ui internal delivery system connect-- i ing the various department' 0' -j establishment with the loading plattorm, is wortn investigating, n is much quicker than the elevator, though the latter will nave to oc used with heavy material. -- I $1475 f e. b. factory Lowest round trip rates since r days to principal eastern cities, beginning May 23. See the scenic wonders ol tne Kockies en route by asking for tickets via Denver & Rio Grande Western through t thJ Royal Gorge. 3-- The intrinsic value and enduring quality of the Special-Si- x have won for it the hearty endorsement of thousands of owners. It will win you, too, when you consider: its comfort seat cushions of soft, genuine leather, nine inches deep; long springs, front and rear. Seats five without crowding. its power motor. 3 j x 5, which develops 50 horsepower. Remarkable for its flexibility. its economy lowmaintcnancecostand infrequent repair shop attention. 15 beauty body of harmonious linc3 built by Studebaker experts, with tailored top, which holds large plate glass rear w indow. semi-ellipt- - its equipment ic ad Touring, $1475 ' All prictt eight-daycloc- k; - e, Studebaker's prestige its background and seventy years' experience in building quality vehicles assures complete sa'.isf.iction. Roauster, t.'.7S Roau'iter,$t !2S jeweled rainproof windshield with windshield wiper; tonneau light with extension cord; transmission lock which reduces rate of theft insurance to owner 15 to 20 per cent; one key locks tool compartment in left front door, ignition switch and transmission lock. one-piec- I, a. b. Coupe, $21 50 ' Sedan, $2350 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the oftice of the board of county , county courthouse, Provo, Utah, according to plans on file in the office of the county surveyor, until 12 o'clock noon. May 25, 1922, for the finish grading and paving of approximately 6.6 miles of roadway with an eighteen (18) foot strip of pavement, extending from Spanish Fork sugar factory to Pay son. Utah county, Utah, by way of I'enjamin. MUs will be openfd publicly at 2 p 111.. May 25. 1H22. at the office of ihe Utah county commissioners, county courthouse. Provo, Utah. In mictions to bidders, together with plnn. specifications, form of contract .id b"inl may b: obtninod nt the ; ffioe of Ihe county auditor ' or county surveyor, by d.p,i lti':g 1 ',(:. t. cu;iranto th return ol d condi'ion. at'!'1 in T!i( Noprl o: county commission-ors l.as, 'I'd hereby t'le rinM t" "( (! any and si! hi Is of the b'Hird of count) :y onl j n.ril iicnin-j- . f imh county commi-sioners- I trxttiry ! t ' NAYLOR AUTO CO. 218 West Center Street. Provo, Utah. :tt' i I i I W i Arcola last year. Ask him how much Arcola saved him last winter in coaL above. Then look at the money-bag- s They represent the cost of Arcola. gen-- AMERICAN RADIATOR NO J This Neighbor Half His Cod' "A year ARCOLA Rdiatort J tjowt whhH,4 In on il have aaved fan Jh over the l, ,.' mentioning the elt labor aaved, imn, Peratare throfka houae." 1 CHRISTUM If Ciscja COMPAT 402 Seventeenth Street Denver, Colo. - Boston. UJJt. Is D, FREE Your Plumber or Steamfitter mill charge nothing for an estimate. Ring him np today. And drop a card 1904 to the address above for a ARCOLA book. It is free. OOO NOT Arcc Ideal Boilers and AMERJCAtxatators Jwr every htatinf si at all Dealers NOV. 15. 1 Half of Your Coal Bill is Worth Saving: Get an Arcola Estimate Now 6OET7 I fine V TO BE RESHARPENEO blades like the qenuine Gillette Blades No JRDER YOUR ARCOLA TODAY FROM THE FOli ING DEALERS : . H. G. BLUMENTHAL CK E. O. MOE & CO. P. L. LARSEN PLUMB!? BUCKLEY & HAWS HEATING CO., J Dmdend Check in mm mail cwry I Mils "A rw You Are Offered An Opportunity o Insure a Dependable Income From an Investment You AIM ST W m m of Utn1!. J.VMTS T. GARDNER. !" rm n. t'oar.l of County Com mist Inner. MALFS. Vy WAl-LAC- ' rounty Clerk. (Seal.) iKirst publication May 4, lust publication May 25, 1922.) m Can Easily ONLY J 1 A DOWN AND $10 A MONTH SOON PAYS FOR A SHARE OF 7 Preferred Stock OF THE Utah Power & Light Co $100 SHARES FOR $95 AND DIVIDEND pre-wa- i CO- L1 -- lour neighbor will tell y TheBrownie Now April-Decemb- v III 7 Don't wait for the rush next FalL Pick up your telephone; call your Steamfitter and get an estimate on Arcola for your home at the low price NOW. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR India's cotton spinning and- weaving mill output tor 191,exceeds both that of 1920 and 1913 for the corosponding period. The total of 52,000,000 pounds of yarn and 305,000,000 pounds of cloth campare with 492,000,000 pounds of yarn and 284,000,000 pounds of cotton goods in 1920 and with 511,000,-00- 0 pounds and 209,000,000 pounds, respectively, in 1913. During the nine months of 1921 under consideration exports of cotton goods and imports of yarn increased over 1920 and 1913, while imports of cotton goods and exports of yarn "- . & INDUSTRY t- Standard EauiDRMnt . VMM V The same fine genuine Gillette Blades The Gillette shave ESCALATORS. Tir. of Police, r,.i See how its price is the lowest this Spring, NOW, that h has ever been. A' a. Cortl l-- If yru don't know what that means ask your neighbor! IMPORTS TRACTORS IN RICE FIELDS Very good results have been by tne use of tractors in the Experiments rice fields in Cochin-Chinhave been conducted on the with a rice fields at Nang-Retracklaying tractor. A three-furroplow with a helical moldboard was and an average deptn of fifteen to twenty centimeters was worked. The planters of that region stated that the result was very good, both in cultivated land and in virgin covered witn thick Herbage, the herbage being destroyed. In Ue western rice tields at Soctrang good results were attained with a tractor having two driving wheels and a plow with a cylindrical mouldboard. 3 BvL8 summer tourist via Denver Rio inrourn th uine Gillette D Special-Si- x .ia ters and helH of the licenses.' dud S.l iJ" I J Pro- - Merry-Go-Roun- d, V This the last call ers to obtain 1022 cles found without your neighbor, SOMEWHERE man who installed The"Browniew- - the Bet so much rouge makes soap maker mad. academic year of the Brigham to a close. During the year just Young university comes past, The Herald has endeavored to give its many readers the most important news of the university. The Herald believes it has succeeded fairly well in that endeavor. Hie credit for that success The Herald, however, does not claim for itself. Most, if indeed not all, of that success rightly belongs to Prof. J. Mannus Jensen, publicity man at the Young university. Professor Jensen has not only written the greater part of the publicity matter of the university, but he has also made one or more trips every day to the office of The Herald to deliver the articles he has written and be sure they go into Jrtjrf ELI BRIDGE COMPANY the paper. Much of the publicity the school has received in the Salt Lake papers has also been through the untiring ELDRED'S efforts of Prof. J. Marinus Jensen. The Brigham Young university is indeed fortunate in AND laving on its publicity committee a man with such wonder-!u- l FERRIS WHEEL capabilities as Professor Jensen. In fact, The Herald las often wondered why a man possessing so much publicity will be in operation every ibility and so much industry has not long ago been attracted to more remunerative fields. Had it not been for the great afternoon and evening. Just love Professor Jensen harbors for the Young university and north of the armory." the ideals for which it stands, he would undoubtedly have Prices 5c; Ferris Wheel, 10c., . left the institution long ago. forty-sixt- FD Faithful! Sometimes it looks as if the world were a white elephant Our government says it is saving $250,000,000 a year; meaning this amount is spent for something besides what it was once spent.for. Black Faulty wheel alignment Is causing serious toss to the truck owners of America very year. It is a wise precaution to have the alignment checked np once a month and oftener if an accident, even a earn bump, has occurred that may have thrown the wheels out of true line. When the wheels have become mis aligned the wear on the tires la muL tiplied many times. i in There Is no silver in German and very little gold In ber gold. Ceylon WHEEL ALIGNMENT. ISKflp UNIVERSITY PUBLICITY. On f H. V. H. L. El mid-contine- nt i second tenor; J. W. McAllister, tenor;. Murray Roberts, first bass; Cart Chrtstentien, second bast. The quartet made Its debut on Sunday morning, singing at , the Second, Fourth and. Sixth wards at the Mother's day exercises. Those who heard the new quartet are delighted with their efforts and feel that a superb addition has been made to the music organiaztions of the city. U. Notes 8. Harris an Deat ..President Hdyt of the A Y. U.; Mrs. Dunford of Salt Lake City, SGI SAYS ard Miss Amy Leig'i, county demof noaor zl on; trelor, were Our objection to work la there a Juncaeon givenguests by the Home are bo many other things to do. Economic club, B. Y. V., in the art afternoon. ga!!fry on Tuevlay After the luncheon a lecture was Two Indiana men stole 150 by Miss Leigh on "Nutrition fans, to were sent to the cooler. given and Health." The following musical numbers were given: Piano solo, The early birds gets the street Lucile Clayton Stowell; voil solo, car seat Virginia Christensen, accompanied by ilary Mortimer. A pleasant "We are delighted with the rePhilippines have doubled their debt hour was spent In social chat and again. They will soon be qualified viewing' the domestic art exhibit. sponse to the request for contribu tor Independence. tions to the Penrose library fund,"; said President George H. Brimhalli Trouble with second hand infor-- Lnd household administration today. Treasurer E. H. Holt of the filiation is that it has usually been clashes, B. T U listened to an in B. Y. U. is receiving contributions, misused. teresting and instructive lecture by not only from leading church men,Dean H. V. Hoyt on "Personal but from a large number of profesbed-fel- Politics makes strange sional men as well, room tne rank Efficiency in the Home." lows. and file in all directions come exMALE QUARTET ORGANIZED. pressions of pleasure that the opIf tobacco Is ever prohibited portunity Is afforded of sending a watch them bootleg cabbage. The Provo male quartet has been dollar to show appreciation of the Its membership Is as services of such a grand character Boston painters are seeking a organized. follows: Thomas L. Martin, first as President Charles W. Penrose. live-da- y week; but wnat most paintweek. ers need Is a five-nig- Entered ai second claei mall matter June 6, 1911, at the postoffice, Provo, Utah, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Terms of Subscription: Delivered by carrier, 30 cents a month; by mail In Utah county, 3 a year; outside the county, $3.50 a year. CIRCULATION- - ;&Y, increase your income by investir.g your savin.es in tlm stock. Dividends are paid r?guiarly ar.d prumptlv everj" three months. This preferred stock is a e 'investment not a speculation. It is safe. It is cumulative. It is taxfree in Utah and Idaho and free from the normal federal tax. hign-g.ad- It easy to sell if you need cash In an emergen;)'. Rhara ftf thia airlw an 1nVPStlD6llt actual property such as large, modern power Plants' stations, transmission lines, etc.. which vou can see iM day in the year. We cordially welcome you as a subscriber to this tl&: even tnough you feel that you can only buy one snai Is Each Why the Utah Power & Light Co. Must Obtain Outside Capfo Through the Sale of Its Preferred Stock The compr.i.i cannot provide, out ot its earnings the money which is necessary to take care of the enlargement of i s plants the increasing of its facilities and the extending of its .lues for expansion of its service. It is continually needing New Money. it must obtaln lt through investment by the public in its investment high-grad- e securities. 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