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frTTT7 lllb OTOAT.n i WKDNEsUA itBM-" I ..I 1 WBEkWy EVERY ovo, Utah, 1 U . June second cla. mail matter tiunder the Act of March 3. Eater . c.k X utah wi- - . t--- , nv rniTD TUMTCiVn VFAIN OLD. WE'RE OFF a i From the days of the pyramids to the present is long WATCH THIS SPACE were pamts at as present, in those days riod of time, yet, Will Light Here Every which they We h Ued the objects and preserving for beautifying Night. mate- Tn the nlH rlavs Daint was used as a decorative KODAK DEPARTMENT Trwlav it is used to conserve the i hi lor me ihuihuij of the country. converted : resources atural . and .. 18 an 11:.. i ij nn uvnnu. It :. s ia one Duimmgs Fainting Sestrnent H absolutely insures against deprmation.andthat can be guar')tting. It is the only form of insurance ! "f" :ltet?"n SS Kg ! 1- saves more than it costs paint costs nothing, forof it to Tare paint on the market and consume afpafnts look alike. It is only when the paint ie the to a building for four or five years hat as I I! . Provo Electric & Hardware U. thelast few years but are St "ood 1 1 beplied u ne. wfuc ni. hii wpII worth vour time. perusal oi our aaveruBciuc" . tirm tto 4 Kvva SENSATION. i. i that tne - nrove : u""w tn lore anui and her modern flapper on the rimitivee?ies ha9 nothing v,oar that, a voune Boston couple propose ,iaie compnm., ,,a;nK without food or fS aVda period of six weeks, wresting there deU irom mower ' 'h8? hu given to the ' k j iemonstration of the unique caps the climax. Still, the ex -eriment may not Deand . If the voune tn "tret along in their ..er nusoana iweniy-cmn.' ivit , with nature, it may bring inem a ft l! ! jniniJ u" i v.r: iSK wu. Hd,V ."I, i DELINQUENT sale and auditor's deeda for the which lowing described real estate, for eold din2uetmt'ixf! ha. been for the year 1917 and the a. proreal eatate, aaid redeeming vided by law, haa expired: Now, tbereiore, of Sec on given that in pur.uance - 6056 a ameuuou w tv-thr- L.notr,, :&ent, nthatitmayach i Ihe'S't thS AB.R.H.O.A. DENVER MrtPorrv ft "C chs ee " pinned the toes of New nhstacle to be overcome. said and dan however, Mollis .55 Leathern, lb Baker, c 1 C. Brg, 2b A. Brg, P it , UT 1 rll'l ad to "the mentionea ueiuw. herein: H IUlCIDw estate real ...r th. Slut, dav of Way, and will continue from day to and place day at the aforesaid time until the whole of the folio1"? described real estate has ; 4 40 .Vie of Sec. acres 16, 10 ,E S., 1 of W. nw re. two,! ot Provo City. Utah, this 5th day of April. 1922 v JAMC3 1. JOSEPH 62 4 wou a oe m !rSg7age i "' o i 1 1 1 0 0 1 uni"""", REECE, .. NORTHERN J J 0 0 0 1 1 9 0 3 4 1 5 ' Vernon County Commissioners, Utan couniy, uau. Los Angeles . hales. San Francisco ,ir.tT r, o the Board. Portland Oakland ; 31 31 29 26 28 20 26 27 26 30 1 Seattle Ja -- 23 23 22 u Jf 16 Yesterday's Games. At Boston First i V 1 I I w T. mBBa.v;" be delinquent ana uxu" ofP8tate8 should not Tor sale at public auction; and t; t , made the fundamental d?tnn wuij. disabmty ' UniversViy avenue. belief." Nor 0! Claimed by the English Utah, at .Bp. m.. Thursday. - July 20. to pay me aeuuquom i v" a aiuuea Diantanpinware IU...i.- - ur;ii;om Perm- who set UP by the ,hn POR...1.of ad- , '"5 yuaAcx, nria bv the English um- RUU de-- vertism, ion devotea , se, up -rrTlnntationV similarly 'eieh. ,)liC, Lord Baltimore, wnp those Secreury. md by . ;voted by the shore 01 we JIltfi)FVi"''l 1922: 31. ..Kiio.tlnn- MnT r irv ipuiruv..."June 30, 1922. ;he imperishable honor ' Of "JC .!,?SitSL r :,rT-."vi-.- - : SW I 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE. , Won. Lost. v York PitUburgh St. Louis Brooklyn Chicago Cincinnati Bsoton ......... 26 23 22 2 14 lb 16 u 21 23 2 last publication , ' ! . in America, and it account lnat W" StoSwd such as no single state f v:.t :or tne aDsen ... . ,,: . ... ..whicho ,heall ' Europe has escapea. t hat er upon that no man or group, no ma ever De pernnticu iu vuv :, specious piea, will fnrtamental American ' a wnwrn n3 uc privilege feTped ;,' right. r- - There Americans erance. i.v. ... ag3 uoon . inpumbent mv one inioiw'"-of intol- intolerance is and that Americans, . , , c 4VlQt o Positively! The bigsest dollar worth today The "Brownie" AgenuineGiilette ' Uses the genuine Gillette Blades vilh 3 gnuine CiUate Cladei J Pet .6&fl . .590 .48. f ct all j CO- - I tdr , X 1 a.L. wou-sands- of Thief-proo- - Touring. $104S; Man, 1 f $17 SO. All pricf f. J I o. b. factory. i 218 West Center St. j 1 a ElfeMfe Ihmdm A LOCAL INSTITUTION & lute necessity. Its customers today number over 80,000 living in 200 communities with a population of more than 360,000. We are now in Once Upon a Time a rising & Light Company prov- employment to approximately 1200 people in its territory, and distributes an annual payroll of J1J50.000.00, in addition ide-; for supplies and materials. in- market offering price subject to change without notice. vestment when it rained,;!! there was a man who didn't mend his roof it in good wouldn't who repair and because he couldn't, it. need not jj! weather because he did fact" Not only is its service an important n but in the welfare ot the community, u of money is expended for the benefit public it serves. not The citizen who buys these securities safe and only provides himself with a becomes also he but investment, and pro. the progress in factor important peopleits perity of his community and - The Utah Power to large sums of money which is distributed This is a real oportunity n an Each share of this stock represents OT as vestment in actual property-su- ch tran modern power plants, mission lines, etc., which can actually of seen every day in the year. Purchase inv real n stock is not a speculation, it is ment. It calls for action! about Clip out and mail the coupon today for further detailed information returns this unusual opportunity to make an investment that is safe and whose are regular and prompt dividends paid every three months. Send in this coupon it will bring you an illustrated booklet ana tell you how to buy this stock for $10 a month. Moral Conr i CO. NAYLOR AUTO Provo, Utah and dividend per share A Down and PJ." per month greatest dancing master. Company bJades like the genuine Gillette Blades I one-piec- j is a pupil of two famous teachers, Ballet, and Marguerite Stewart of the Metropolitan the world s as Stefano Mascagni of New York, known ' I IP stands up in service with The UGHT-51.minimum oi repair expend. ThU. with low fuel con.umpbon.me factor, Light Company is a permanent, substantial business institution whose product electric service is an abso- vance. Mutual Coal & Lumber No to2 .t The Utah Power other building! Talk to us about SHINGLES or any material. &Jr . 1 .465 .439 .421 game. Washing- j GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR i n !i of at 1922. Dealers TbeBroivnie on: Sck Jepperson School of Dancing Mis Jepperson Now I Your opportunity is Here NOW in the offer of the Cumulative Preferred of the UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO, BiSiUSraHiiirai OPENING DATE JUNE 5. 8 a. m. Registration day Saturday, June 3; hours, 444. time call at any to 3 :30 p. m., or Pantomime and in Thorough Courses Ballet Technique, Aesthetic Dancing. to be The course will continue six weeks, lessons Thursdays and given three davs a week Mondays, in adSaturdays. Terms, $10 the course; payment . Iin tor a REGUlffi lacome '0; .51, I. 0. 0. F. HalL Provo, Utah. Miss Venice Jepperson announces the opening of her annual Summer School of Ballet Dancing for the season - - X till At San Francisco 2; game, Oakland 3, San Francisco San afternoon game, Oakland 2, r auwtDv v At L08 Angeles r orenoun Kttuic, Vernon 0, Los Angeles 7; afternoon . game, Vernon Z, ix Angeies (twelve inningsa. . l . 1 -- Salt game, of 8. Seattle 9: second game, At Cleveland First game, ChimP(.tine of the board of director 4 innings). Seattle (ten 7, Lake Cleveland 0; second game, and Milling the Syndicate Mining rorenoon bhuib, cago 4, At Portland 7, Cleveland 6 Chicago aftercompany, neia on 12; Portland Sacramento U, At St. Louis First game, Detroit May. 1922, an assessment (No. l) noon game, Sacramento 9, Portland 6, St. Louis 5, second game, Detroit of 100 per thousand snares 6. ' J .. n nn ma nillK M IIIIUK LRU' rorenwu 1, t. Louis 2. WILLIAMS. SECRETARY HUGHES ON ROGER Journ., IV Vja. LliV v , (Minneapolis Ja i MMM n T T n U IX w n Secretary rf 3tone OI me auui. oof lin Phndo Island Immediately to J. Edwin stein, sesioc " OUl oi Proov, Utah. Any who "enlargeG retary, .. . thl i'a8geMment may remain nhsnlute rellKlOUS UDerty, 1op0 secw uPaid on Saturday, July i. 923 Inabaotists, the most scorned ol " 0t7;C , -- uiu i get satisraciion m cow..car as a whole. not comfortable to tide in. with satisfied your be from this angle. Consider the UCHT-SlAnd the price, $ 045 f. o. b. factory, is out of proportion to its value. This pries was it It is essentially the same car as transmission lock include the thief-prowhen introduced. It was right before it theft insurance of the rate reduces which good tn the was offered. And it Ihas made owner i? to ty per to the J service or thousanas ana glass window plate large cent; owners. It is dependable. e rear curtain, inside in motor is powerful, Its and outside door handles and flexible and freer from vibration other refinements. than any car at anywhere near And you get the priceless in its price. gredient prestige and high Its graceful linesare enhanced by a standing of the maker who lasting finish. Cowl parking lights for 70 years has been building and the cowl ventilator not only lock quality vehicles and selling add to its good looks Wut are nec- reduce! Wetrnimimon of ineuiinc; to them at fair prices. 5 to 20 essary for complete satisfaction. Roadit.r, $104$! Cou.Road.Ur, $1375, l.jJJ .500! .483 .473 .446 W . IZZZtS. Ait 19 L i I If H Yw ' Cleveland .544', Chicago .518 Boston .608 i 15 040 102 10U- -S 101 010 oso- -e J oMlarlMnhia Lost Pet m $1045 27 5 r I e Won. m 1 Score by Innings: 5 002 120 000 000 5 & R G.. American Fork .. 004 540 lOx 14 Errors McCarry , Summary: Yesterday's Games. 3, Brighum 5. Leathern 2, Potts, Laursen, Barratt, At Brigham-Lo- gan Two-bas- e hits McCarry, 1, Ogden Snow. Smithfield At rsim. 15. Ogden Leathern, Homer, uincn, Three-bashits Durrant, Baker. Struck out By Carlson 5, by Thorp 1. Bases on balls Off Thorp 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Base hits Off Carlson 1, off Thorp Won. Lost. Pet. Blncb.. 15. Stolen bases Snow, .622 17 28 , York New .571 Umpire Bill Barratt. 2 18 St. Louis .4M 23 22 Washington PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE, .488 21 20 Detroit . 20 - nitiative Decause ui f a 30b. , i I UTAH LEAGUt. Brlgham Ogden Logan Smithfield 49 14 18 27 Total- - 02 5 iShT'.. 1 6 48 Innln&rar Totals cmma k 5 " CHAS. H. WRIGHT, , , 2 3 3 0 2 3 f3 5 1 1 0 5 A. Atwood, 2b D 1922, AB. R. H. O. .A. s 2 2 2 5 Webb. Ib Thrasher, cf 36 5 9 27 10 A. Atwood, c Totals AMERICA NFORK. Anderson, 3b AB. R. H. O. A. Jackson, If 5 S 2 9 9 iitt n r. r --- ---- --- ui i 8 12 27 22 47 LEHI. Barnes, rf 2 " ia. rwi 2 5 .. oPtts, 2b Dillian, n Thorp, p Burt, p linn 1 1 Engmn, c 5 2 Totals w inwlntf F UaM Sacramento ........ 25 iiton 7, Boston 4; secona game, turning . 29 22 LundIcate Minlnfl and Milling Com Salt Lake a healthy American family witnoui Wasningion a, dw nu pace wife into a drudge and theyoung t New York First game, PhilaGames. second Yesterday's Utah 2, New York 3; a Provo lasn delphia ibie los3 lavish sycophant, e ..,.. - hcrohu civen that at a At Seattle First game, Salt Lake Philadelphia 4, New York .!;7ri;; Toung if S ' Born, & RIO GRANDE. S, fiSTZmM for a good pocketbooks of the whole nation is one uninhabited ianThespot chosen for the experiment v,o,ro ?t na infested with wild beasts, :nSd and 1 ! " 6"'"-Rudolp- Blrk, lb Holmstead, 2b tor aale at Durrant, cf Snow, 3b Laursen, If der ror caan Homer, rt Blncb, ss estate .of toe Carlson, p and interest and title . -ntv 0f utab, Millar, p Mtate oi u utu, m own and district, school and each -- y. ' g ln,PDcndent organlxtlon 14 WJ v,l .i.w II II .V I 11D HIK and to ny i rhaflenee t ...,! j " dduvu 1 anu Den-the same with unrAv ft their team lu tne .state lot Rio Cran'Se shop of Salt Independent er games Lake yesterday Sandv made four runs in the sec Neither team scored uniu mo that time on from. . and from then on it ond inning and l Anntrar fit i. " ' t .luuu inr,ini, was plainly tne nome icmu in the eighth. except headed, rebeing Kcnilat Carlson, the -nucu t..n Tiii rniisnea iuitc cruit, carried on the American in- across. three for " team, pitching Fork SANUX. He AB. R.H.O nings, striking out five men. two after Millar was relieved by 5 1 3 12 ih (... him. on men had scored 5 0 touched Radon, were The shop pitchers 5 1 cf W. local Ly, 1 by the heavy batters of the If Ferguson, team for 18 mis. 5 0 rf T. Dwy, The box score: 1 3b SALE. TAX mv, i i 4 i nw m v : i Lee. If to be economy to Whereaa, UUh county has re Crosby, cf down to normal basis. It would seem which says ceived treaBurer'i certiricaiea oi Burns, 3b now. The Dutch have an old proverb fol- i: 1 . t I OVER 2200 CIRCULATION- - . . -irrt' 1 year 3S0 omDV Cave city Mgregau . -- a I I. M rwifvered bv carrier. 30 cenli a month; by: - r ,, I May SI. t the postofflce, 6. i LOE LEHI J GAME. ii EXCEPT SATURDAY.. AFTERNOON' II - - H3NM TOOTS LEHI, Tne fast Banoy tee Leht nine in 4fMted i,. vu ihu ttlayed here yeswnw v uav :- The Sandy team Uftrnoon. to A.wa THE DAILY HERALD or MAI oi, X PHONE 357 Second West and Fifth South. (Without obligation.) Light Co., Utah Power Kearns Building, Salt Lake City. Utah. Please send me booklet, "The Story of an OpporMore 'ntormatlon about tunity at Home." containing (It of Details easy payment plan, 6) stock. (2) your preferred How to judge an Investment. & Name Address. Utah Power & Light Company "Efficient Public Service"