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PjUff DAILY Avardod Little Children Sent East Father Qy H611Ien Hawk- - awarded the custody .v "77 .7. wntlom i.ka. (WO Httle "lliuicu, Hoi- Ian afitt 7. and John A. (p 4, by Juge fillas Hansen -- MonmiDiinp 111 Ml T r When a message of helpfulnens is sent out into the world, no one can tell how far it will reach. An exemplification of this statement Is found In the story of a young man in the United States navy, at present shlpkeeper for Uncle Sam of a steel sliius number of his "laid-upon the Atlantic coast. He recently read a little book published by Dr. F. S. Harris, now president of Young university, on the topic. "The Young Man and His Vaca tlon." His ambition fired by its contents, he writes to President Harris, "I ptrsonally think it is a wonderful hock; it is Just what I need." Tlm he Mis In brief the story of hi life. Ke left school at thirteen under the necessity of supporting a widowed mother. At fifteen he enlisted in the U. S. navy, where he has been for some eleven years, receiving advancement from time to time. But he doesn't feel that he Is in the right vocation; his ambi tions tend toward automotive engi . neering. He further tells Dr. Harris that he i married and has a baby girl and thqt his wife "is one of the best women in the world one that I lay all credit to for my success, and also the instigator of my writing you this letter, stating that she would do anything possible for me ,so that I could succeed." In conclusion, he asks for President Harris's expert advice as to what he should do and how to Commencement week for the Brigham Young university begins on Sunday evening, iway Z9, when Elder James E. Talmage of Council of Twelve Apostles will deliver the baccalaureate sermon at the stake tabernacle. Following is the program for the servcies. tabernacle Band offertory, grounds, 7 to 7:50. Prelude, orchestra, 8: (to. March of faculty and graduates. Chorus. Invocation, President George H. Brimhall. Ladies' chorus. ith i Baccalaureate sermon, Dr. James orce was E. Talmage. on a counter ciaim, wtwuct B. Morgan. h J.ifhre A. Benediction. , had filed suit Exit march. Meyer Hollien Junior College Exercises. force cut me ueuroc At the time as a Profession" will her 'husband. "Teachings or n Provo canyon road is being put be discussed by Supt. Adam S. ame of Arthur Hawkins, at the junior college exercises im Fork, was brought into into good shape for the early bird to be held in College hall at 8 p. m. Hii, a sensational hearing, tourist. on Monday. i Hollien married Hawkins So declared I. J. Wadley, road Vhe death of her divorced busThe evening's program is as follows: vho was kiuea in ine vreui builder, this morning. November 18, 1921. Solo, "May .Morning" Elda Mr. Wadley is superintending the the time of the divorce the on new under way V was ordered by the court improvements Prayre. oui oi the canyon road. He is the conAddress of welcome, President J. o take the cnimren California judge assert that the marriage of Rudolph Valentino, without the written consent tractor for the Tlmpanogos road im- H. McConkie. film hero, to Winifred Hudnut (left). In Mexico cannot be recognized, fe court. He, it was anegeo, proved by the Provo Kiwanis club. Reading, "The Last Word," Mrs. because the final decree of Ma divorce from Jean Acker, actrees (right), She children to Mrs. Prank J. "We have completed the fill at Susa P. Whitaker. does not become affective until next January. Piano solo, "Grande Valse Briln, at Pittsburgh, Pa., where Hanging Rock," Mr. Wadley said. "A part of the rock has been liant." Ruth Berry. now are said to be. Mr. Holllen's death in the blown Y. E. A. presentation, Y. E. A. secout, giving traffic more a Mrs. Hollien applied to the space, and making that portion of retary. MRS. PAXHANJJIVES REFOriT SHEEP BATTLECONTINUES t, President Harris will write the The dug-wa- y Class rhymes, Edith Fairer. for the guardianship of her the road less dangerous. was granted. A ren. This Cornet solo, Prof. Robert Sauer. at Nunn's has been straightenThe sheep controversy between young man,' giving the desired A meeting of the League of Womor so later she married ed and today we are making the fill Reading, Lela Newell. n will be held Payson citizens and the U. S. forest Today, through ber at Heiselfs." Solo, "Happy Days," Lyle Glaz- an Voters service still is waging, according to MRS. STRONG GETS DIVORCE school asked Central H. she at on the J. the Mr. Wadley said that work McDonald, ier. ney, decree giving her custody of Tlmpanogos road would be started "Teaching as a Profession," Supt. building at 3 p. m. Investigations made here. Judge Ellas . Hansen, in district children. It was said today again within a few days. That work Adam S. Bennion. Dr. L. D. Pfoutz of Payson, Mon- court, yesterday gave Mrs. Alice who W. Monroe Paxman, Mrs. are. Hawkins, armed with the was abandoned last winter after a Solo, Verda Minor. a divorce from her husband, was sent as a delegate from Provo day said that the forest officials Strong t's decree would go to Pltta-- large portion of it had been comDavid-J- . Graduating Exercises. Strong. Mrs. Strong was of here have naconvention been annual instructed by to claim ber children. President Heber J. Grant will d to the third Most of the powder work the pleted. given custody of their child, Woman tional of to exclude a kHolllen-Hawklnheadquarters sister, Mrs. on the Provo canyon road and the liver an address at the commence- - the National League a half in 20 sheep from the Dry Mountain ajrea, rerest in te WIrthlin, today was granted Wildwood-to-Aspe- n road has been mnet exercises to be held in College; Voter, held at Baltimore, April property, ownea oy Mr. "We not have naheard from Coree from her husband, John done. the ' z. to. uo' The pro-,1hall on Friday, June Grading and filling are tional office," said W, W. Blakes-le- e, Strong. ws-vretfth cm-- 4 Wraffed,Ycar4fag to Mr. Wadley gram is as follows: pmsiS has musical A Uintah, forest supervisor. "It program splendid of tneir cnna. Band ensemble, Smith grove. 9:20 "In a few days work will be com also been arranged. A cordial invi- is hardly likely that we will, for menced on the road at North fork, to 9:50 a. m. tation is extended to all women of it is not a matter of the kind the to complete the loop around Timp," Overture, orchestra national office decides. It will be Mr. Wadley said. March entre, board, faculty, grad- Provo. left to the district office for deciuates. sion." Chorus. PROVO BILLBOARD IN LARGEST JOIN TESTING ASSOCIATION Payson citizens have asked that Invocation. Dry Mountain be set apart as a wind wood quartet. Music, andiMrs. Walter T.Hasler reillumiWhat is to be the largest kmftm,,tnra. .onf T f3 game preserve. This would emGladys Loynd. nated billboard in Utah county is brace about 5,000 acres. The game M yesterday irom a nv wk. Welch and Ben R. Eldredge, spe Address, Heber J. to be Address, President put at the new Superior tour- preserve advocates insist that sheep to the east, where Dr. Haslef cialist in dairying in the extension Grant on Fifth. West between be excluded from the area, insistist park, Inded a course In service of the Agricultural college, trio. vocal Music, and First North streets. The ing that deer will not graze with Center difin the farmers have visited the McD. Chi O. to Address University of Illinois at graduates, board is to be 70 feet long, 12 feet sheep. Thus far the forest superferent parts of the county during Kay. lattice at the visor has refused to exclude sheep. high, with an the ten interest in the days ne of the most important lea past Presentation of diplomas. bottom. The park management will ks of the work was the lecture of dairying. of president Report thus censor all advertisements, B. M. B. IN PARADE. According to Mr. Welch, ten new Music, chorus. jrse od disease cuntfltlons in the it one of the few exclusive making W. Penrose. Charles given at the University club by members have been enrolled in the Benediction, billboards in the state. If Chairman Mart Roylance of Austrian specialist, Dr. Fuchs, Utah County Cow Testing associathe Memorial day parade committee with I Vienna, of members the all and tion the greatest authority continues adding to that parade at diseases of the ye at present. the organization last year will conSPEAR POISONED BY IVV. his present speed it is going to Dr. Hasler also attended the an- - tinue during the coming year. have the procession reaching from, The association has members convention Illinois of the Oscar A. Spear, president of the Pioneer park to the city cemetery. idical association held at Con- now in every part of the county Smoot Lumber company, was badly "The Daughters of the Mormon ks hotel in Chicago last week. from Goshen to American Fork. in while poisoned by ivy Sunday Battalion, Provo chapter, will be in bong the noted lecturers of the Mr. face Spear's Rocky canyon. The general public is invited to the 'Memorial day parade," Mr. Roy PTention were Dr. George ' E. was so badly poisonee that he was join the Brigham Young university lance said this morning. "We hope lambaugh and William H. Wilder and to bed for two days, in one of its famous sunrise hikes; to add other organiaztions, too, and NEPHI MAN DIES HERE confined Chicago, both noted specialists it will probably be a week before Wednesday morning. Miners win: make it a parade we'll remember the eye. he is able to leave his home. assemble at the fountain in iront or, for a long time." jHe also attended a demonstra the Educational building promptly te of Willeta Hu'eelns. the 17- 5 a. m. The university bell will at BOY SCOUT BAND MEETS of 50 blind and deaf jrirl of Wis- age, years THIRD PYTHIAN DAY. Joseph Lusero, 15 minutes before the walk ring local hotel. Insln, who a in has developed hep, died here iMonday The annual third Pythian day will be started. The Boy Scout band is requested inse of touch and smell to such He had come here from Nephi for i extent as to be able to tell color treatment. The hike management will lead to meet for practice at the high Death was due to can- will be held in Provo some time smell and to hear by contact. In cer of the stomach. in July or August acording to a the party over a three-miljaunt school building tonight at 7 o'clock, le demonstration beautiful most some minthe of across by Director Robert Sauer. the at reached decision known a is well differlodge of Mr. grand Lusero yarns stretches of fields and meadows colors were handed the girl, ing man and Is the locator of the convention of the Knights of Eiter In Salt Lake last week. The that can be found anywhere In the smelling the yarn she told Lusero mines in Deseret mountains M color, never WHERE TO GO TONIGHT failing once. By in the Tintic district. He was born first annual Pythtan day held here country. According to the tradiColunibia-"DoEver iMarry." Inching the person with whom she in New Mexico and came to Utah two years ago had made such an tions of these outing3 no one .but' Strand "The Rider of the talking she can hear Derfeltly about 27 years ago. impression on the members of the tho person selected to Itd the girl has been pronounced a King Log." He is survived by his wife, Mrs. lodge that it was no effort for the party will know the route to be Princess "Danger Ahead:" wnomenon by the medical author- - Jane ; local walk. one daughter, delegates to get the celebra- taken on the Lusero; lies who are at a loss to account After two hours of early morning one son, Martin, all of Nephi. tion here again this year. I . All stores close Wednesday iMore than 2000 pr her extreme sensitiveness. delegates and hiking the party win :ead back to Funeral services will be held in of Lady Scott Margaret daughter w. Hasler said that it had been 3:30 afternoon at in all time for are fountain (tomorrow) Wedthe of the order early members expected the Hatch undertaking parlors the Duke of Buccleuch, la the latest for the baseball game. DO instinct pleasure to him to work morning classes at the university. to be mentioned as the possible nesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. to be present at the Pythian day, necEARLY! YOUR will rec'"i associate with the SHOPPING b.e No special hiking togs foremost Interment will be in the Provo City which is solely for social and bride of the Prince of Wales. in N his profession. ireational purposes. essary and no lunch need be taken. cemetery. are In Pittsburgh, their father's relatives. mm jmiu Ben-nio- ; , Roy-lanc- I Thurs-afternoo- 0 w - . ' .v.v Another :wmwm : -' ( h k Sun Rise Hikers ' e n't cross-countr- Ada-line- ACS y UJJLra j i i 1 it Largest Fruit And Vegetable Yield " ii tnni lC.Mrfln 0. "'MiriSt. Louis Crop Man Predicts Valentino's Marriage May Be Void T K PRICE TWO CENTS. ojpfninin. HHKOEIl WEEK ERALD Fair tonight and Wadnday except aomewhat unMttled Wedllttlo nesday north portion; change In temperature. PROVO, UTAH, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1922 mm tAlnl mi The Weather I "Indications are that tho fruit and vegetable crops of Utah county FRUIT BULLETIN. will be 30 per cent greater than The first fruit bulletin of the last year, which broke previout D. & R. G. railroad was issued records. We have Just been over today. the ground and know that the con"All our fruit growers are ditions and prospects never have realizing that our mountain been what they are now. There Inf- il soils, our altitude, sun and clihas been an Increased acreage and mate are an asset and feed flavor into our fruits," says the an abundance of water makes big bulletin. For the Provo district crops seem certain," said H. B. I t adds: Kooser, president of the American "Present indications now point Refrigerator Transit company, afte" mv to a full crop of cherries, pears, a visit yesterday ovef the Prov Bench fruit district. peaches and apples in this Together with his party, Mf Kooser was the guest of Williai M. Roylance and Mart Roylano while here. They arrived in Prov late Sunday night, and early WOMEN OE COUNTY terday morning were taken on yet an Inspection tour of the orchards la fj11 and around Provo. Mr. Kooser expressed himself aa A ARE TAUGHT TO more than pleased with the outlook H and was surprised at the marvelous ii development of the Provo fruit dia- - p trict since hi j last visit here a few MAKE CHEESE years ago. He said that the orchard H lit; belonging to Mr. Roylance in Pleas- - ) ant View Is one of the best kept i' orchards it has been bis privilege ii home iMlss Amy Leigh, county j to visit. demonstrator, reports an unusual Mr. Kooser came to Utah on the V interest manifested in all of the private car and as the guest of L. F. of translocals of the women's section of Wilson, superintendent portation for the Denver & Rio the farm bureau. During the past Grande Western. T. H. Gorman, week she has been conducting general A. R, T. agent at) Fort cheese making demonstrations in Worth, Texas; G. S. Kelch, general fir I Fairfield, and Spanish Fork and agent at Denver for the American Transit company, ana i similar demonstrations will be held neirigeraior Earl S. Bucy, chief clerk to Mr, WiM within the next week at Genola, son, also were In the party. Mr.) Payson, Lake Shore and Benjamin. Kelch has charge of the work of These demonstrations are made, the company In Colorado and Utah, and the party came nere from Heaaccording to Miss Leigh, to use the rer by easy stages, looking Into surplus supply of milk that many conditions at each stop. of the farmer have at this time of are being made by the year. (Instead of wasting the thePreparations American Refrigerator Transit milk it is used in making real company for the biggest season on American cheese, to supply the fam record in Utah county, according to ily during the winter, Z7:C, Q.i.lMr. Kooser. During the winter ab awn " Uici; more ice than ever before waa ally In the fly eradication campaign. stored away to prevent any shortThe women are cooperating in this ice at the shipping season. movement with the city health age of After looking over the local fruit a an in officials the and boards city and conditions, ana comvegetaoie towns and cities the effort to make those of past with them paring of Utah county flyless towns. Mr. Roylance assured the Many of the locals are looking years, visitors that about 2500 cars of forward to the time when Miss fruits and vegetables would be shipRoizna Skidmore of the extension ped from Utah county points this service will be In the county to season. continue her lessons in dressmakMr. Roylance estimates there will ing. Miss Skidmore is scheduled to be from Utah county about J be here some time during the 1200shipped cars of peaches, 100 cars of-J- l month of June, cherries, 60 cars of strawberries, 50 jjrr . cars of raspberries, 100 cars of jJjj prunes and pears, 330 cars of apples.W!' j i" and 800 cars of potatoes and vege-l- j PROVO I fi: tables. REIITEDJ According to Mr. Roylance, thelr On the same day in December, 22 cherry crop will be the largest inr' j years ago, James Vivian Stewart the history of the cotfhty, while theil j V and Alice Lee were born. The boy plum and apricot crups will be veryji! Vi : : was born on the Kansas side of tie lieht. "Mr. Kooser is a great friend of state border, and the girl baby came to the home, on the Nebraska Utah and Utah county," said Mrii side of the line. Roylance, "and is doing everything Yesterday they met in Provo and he can to boost this state and as:; sist the farmers and fruit growers'. got a marriage license. The girl came to Provo from He is especially anxious that th Oranee Calif., and gave that city farmers of Utah county raise mort as her place of residence. The boy produce, more vegetables and smal' nj came from Spearville, Kan., wtiere fruits than they have done in thi past. he has lived since birth. i "Mr. Kooser is heartily in favo'i "We have ben separated by half ' a continent," the young man said at' of an extensive cultivation of celery me tha f the county clerk's office, "but now in this county. we're closer together than we were the farmers of the low lands In th when I lived on the Kansas side county would reap rortunes rron i (Continued on Page Eight.) .t and Alice, on the Nebraska side." j m j ;;4t i ! . .:'': -- !: i j; p ' i ii CLOSER COOPERATION IS NEEDED IN ADVERTISING UTAH COUNTY Utah county produces pressed brick, not outranked by Daily Herald suggests that a program of county cooperation through a series of meetings of th any brick manufactured anywhere else. Buy that brick. might be inaugurated of all county cities meeting monthly, say ii',' organizations Utah county now is producing slate shingles of superior a city of the northern portion of the county one month, ii merit. New home builders can live under roofs that never Provo another month, and in the southern portion of th 7 wear out because they are Utah county slate shingles. That's county the third month, repeating the series so that befor',1 VI the officers and directora nf the Salt What boosts American Fork helps Provo. What bene- better than buying wood shingles from other states and re- the year is out every county city would have entertained th;i, Ike Commercial club and i fit. imaniUer of f'nmo of u. county meeting. fits Provo directly or indirectly boosts every other city in newing a roof every few years. ik and Chamber j j Utah county produces candy unequalled elsewhere. wmineree at a Once America prided itself upon its "isolation," But yo,V Fred President the county. What is helpful to Payson, or Spanish Fork, is at the Weber club tonight. banquet Tarlo of hnnstinirO ahnnt that nnwf' Pnwn Utah county candy is sold in every state in the Union and in rlnn't. 'hpnr Amprifflns the OEden nr?Rtilzntnna nrpslripd ' of benefit to other Utah county cities. , J Tie action nnmn tit to not does Utah u Dflvprthe countries, but, strange of all tha foreign county cities uhan moment taken say, have l.,nl At this county may get together t.nni,a pride upon oeing suiiicient unto itseii. nut tha '8 committees nf th twn rOmmtinra mpHa a vprhal renort of their in the Utah County Outdoor association. This will do as patronize its own candy factories as well as it patronizes out- was an idle dream. Provo can grow only as Utah count eement scenic wonders of the siders. This should not be, if Utah county is to grow in grows. Provo must work WITH every other city of Uta',; 4 t0 P ace joint signboards at !f points In the west inviting peo- much toward the advertising of the nail. Reports upon the Joint meeting of the committees were county as the Ogden-Sa- lt Lake combination will do toward population, payrolls and wealth. county. Provo s greatest progress may be made throug in to dollar added of Utah the it county, the progress of other Utah county cities, and Provo mui Every payrolls Ogden-to-SaLake Richards S. way. J. tl "arles H. Rayburn for Salt Lake and Jesse advertising the Lehi, American Fork, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Springville, with these other cities; this city must worit There are other avenues of cooperation. of Payson, Spanish Fork, or elsewhere, within the county, adds C?.1i. T with American Fork and Pleasant Grove d the It IS nillta nl,,,.nl well cVlAlllfl citizens payrolls may patronize frrAan Utah county .),. to of real of and value the in located estate, this of and businesses, mills advertise flour your m enlarges develop American Fork canyon and cave; th For Buy example: "e cooperative advertising of their part of the state. the pountv. woolen mills. Buy opportunity and your son s opportunity in business here, city must worn as cioseiy. witn rayson ana Spanish rone , f TOV0 WAS iniM.J Utah of woolens Kilt Buv ii. countv. county's u:n;nn ii cumu"""" ""v it0 ""acu w mane H a mree-cii- y merchan- - the advertisement and development of Mt. Nebo and D the lack of support given the Provo Chamber of cflnned troods of the Pleasant Grove canning company. Ship; whether that business be farming, t , Label Utah Mountain ; the same is true of other cities. dising, manufacturing. Utah every agencies. county fruit through this city was unable to take a stand with the otic.e closest exist the between the to in in to aid this county cooperation, one with t " Utahl harmony rfviiiPt "MndP in Utah Countv." or "Grown it is .There.ought , imes in their advertising program. And it is hardly , hnsinfAS ... men's organizations Tflvcov fotflo man ore tn Tlio flailv HornlH lac v 'i ,ii xt rplphmtfl . . . . . . . , nt n financial oafrifi,o - of all "Utah COUntV- cities, andinlhot- - that v m v . v vHkbiv invjiiLi, (inn wviot, icAt u ' uccu it,.,,.,, , , , Uia VUU1IV I XI 111. i. 1" 1. nnl V! ana nnA oau wuuiu t.tn,.,. ,.ntU i&Ke burr! i uguen L.l..... r, 'i. circulation .lil tnrougnout tne county, na wnv tfi Id' viiy an enviame i Deiween an cities, aim citizens, wun una gum in view. tenaing us exPe"se and effort without reaping the resultant Jersev day This county already has achieved of and Utah and advertisement The counties county. development Pronts for weekly edition of this newspaper has been started and w4 rorH a a Jersev center. Farmers from other themselves. The Provo Chamber of Commerce should be strong solicitors throughout the county are adding weekly st ' . . .. for thoroughbred Jersey ; Hrfivn l : i. i to Utah come !. county states other m S fh and this demand may be multiplied many times over enough, in men and money, to take the leadership in this Rcribors to the roll. There must be one way of telling o' ; vT AeJhlfldvertK f bin Utah county Jersey cattle; county cooperation. This body of siness men should bring portion of the county what the other is doing, and hopes Utah county cities. The do. Therefore the county-wid- e . . , n a . I fiHn thamtfirfi newspaper. in I n muni u lhc annual ti tr,r. t,u&vi.. mi.. titj . news item was taken from a Salt Lake offers to the cities of this county a lesson we well may take My newspaper Satnrrlav. Tt. rnntains considerable food for to heart. Let the cities of Utah county cooperate in the same way. Let these cities, forgetting their former periods pught, and for action, too. Read it: "WJtN, May 19. Plans for closer cooperation in advertising .Salt of jealousies and rivalries, get together, work together, adand Oeden in. a smsiiir T'toVi u'oro endorsed vertise together, plan together, and STICK together ! The followincr - L -- , I . -- s- -- get-togeth- er - V m-'''- i get-togeth- er hand-in-han- 1- 5 fruit-growin- g, L,r -- 1 1 ...... a- - - 1. , - 1 11- 1 1 V ; i m J! I J 4 r Wis M v. !i k.