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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
THE HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1922. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS BnoasassssiHasn! SEW Clubs WAIT.' I VfCLL: By ALLMAN -- MwitBoRy r v1 WAIT UNTIL ' r-- Parties COME ON gSiM,trtHMi(tiitmiiitiiiHrtii!iai!il!il3i'riiKr.iiitini MiM Madge Leavltt left thii morning for Hyrum, Utah, where she will spend a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. V. E. Peterson! on Undergarments Banned . m Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson spent in Salt Lake with rela- last week tives. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Noyes and L. Noyes of Salt Lake were Provo visitors Memorial day. V. Mr. and Mrs. Alma are spending a Van Wag-enefew days in n Delta with friends and relatives. Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Murdock enfamily spent Memorial day in tertained at dinner at their borne Sprlngville. Tuesday afternoon. Spring flowers Mr. Newtoa R. Jackson of Salt were used as a table decoration. Lake Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Covers were laid for ten, including Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Chlpman and Mr. John Jackson for a few weeks. and Mrs. S. H. Chipman of AmerJ. W. Chappeil, Mrs. Allen and ican Fork. Frank Chappeil, all of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Anderson ot were Provo visitors Tuesday. Salt Lake spent Tuesday in Provo Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Boyer and with J. S. Linton. e family motored to Edgewood SunMrs. J. S. Linton was called to day and spent the day. Los Angeles, Calif., last week on Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McAdam and account ot the serious Illness of her I. w. Thompson. son, Broughton, of Salt Lake are daughter, Mrs. was Mrs. formerly miss Thompson spending a few days in Provo with Leora Linton of Provo. i Mr. and Mrs. John McAdam. FHIli and fluffi and ruffles J jv( J TVCt NtED . HeU NEVTS ) fttJcAWXALUMtaof 1 .(MoaeMtji ytB Vnt ELNTCR.ING ZT-Z- Sf I 1 ' see JJwl V I fJrVi NEW.T Mji, 5hes By CONDO By STANLEY EVERETT TRUE THE OLD HOME TOWN . art unknown on undergarments this Y 9W. Garments art plain almost J jjr w to tat point of wverity.LlnM are Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Paxman enElvon Jackson of Denver spent tertained at dinner at their home in Memorial Provo his with day atraliat, Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Harry : family. McCune of Salt Lake, Mrs. Emma ( Miller of American Fork, and W. R. H. Paxman of Salt Lake. Spring flowers were used as a table decor muat've dislocated one ot the ration. bones in that logging stunt. "I thought possibly yon Howard John of Fillmore, Utah, tending on my account" is spending a few days in Provo "You mean, because your husbaal with his; parents, Mr. and Mrs. was there." David John. was Kiss wasn't itt" Marquis 'It HIP 'V-- l "Yes, Linda afraid It was." AFTER A TWO MILE CKASE PETE PEKKJAN, ANP HIS Mrs. W. B. Ward of Salt Lake !s "Afraid CAUGHT BY THE FIRE DC PARTMENT WERE fOCKET, the a Provo visitor for a few days, THE DAMAGE BY WATER SOMEWHAT "Your amiable husband's 'in for Mr. and iMrs. David Open-shaEXCEEDED THE FIRE LOSS an interesting life, If that young wo guest of : m a : man has got her claws into him " "Lynn: where do you suppose the Lake Salt H. of R. Paxman W. girl has been all this time, since that has returned to hia home, after block 73; lot 4 and 5 In block 82; the tax becomes effective, without lots 2, 3, 4 and 5 in block lots night she left the hotel? It seems the past ten days here 4 and 5 in block 104, all in 95; "A," interest; and one or more of said XXVI VmOnr I lame) fnnny she should disappear so com- spending plat installments In the order In which Paxlooked a eecoul time. pletely for how long Is it? four with .Mr. and .Mrs. W. Monroe Provo City survey of building lots, they are payable, or the whole tax LUCINDA man. Ave? and then turn up In a month hal passed weeks? and is due and payable In equal an- unpaid, may be paid on the ' bjr tht srtlessness of day any since tnat Drier Acquaintance, Bel's company." nual Installments beginning May 24, Installment is due I mi held her close. Lake of Salt by paying the Cluft J. Mrs. submitted- "I dare Mary out of mtnd had and her Luclnda 1923. Interest at the rate of 6 per amount "Well," Lynn put thereof and interest to said Wwt girl! you re trem-- so is spending a few days with Mr. cent per annum on the whole completely that her efforts to re- say if you were to ask him . . " call the features of the other conMrs. David John. Mrs. Cluff amount of said tax shall be com- date. If said tax is not paid when ttT Ten me A and If to were "Or ask h.r!" you t But immediately Lvc'nda ie pen ted came here to attend the closing ex- puted from the date the ordinance due I shall proceed at once to col Vtarful to have you jured up only a foggy impitasion of her resentment ot what she had ercises of the Brigham Young uni- levying said tax becomes effective, lect same with interest and costs. haunted shadow, a shabby, haggard, Wt ever leave me for as provided by law and ordinance. by turns wistful and ttebry defiant, hastily taken to be in attempt tr versity. the 2th day of May, 1922, All special taxes are payable at A married folks dance will be and that bore what might be co more becloud impatience with on at said rate the interest , given in the Fourth ward amusemy office, room No. 2, county courtnt to," be laughed In-- than chance likeness to this figure levity. ' amount of said tax unpaid whole The man shifted in his corner, till ment hall Thursday evening for shall be due and house, Provo City, Utah. aink you've Iwrned to of flaunting extravagance at Bel with each Dated at Provo City, Utah, this he sat table. her, his manner the benefit of the new meeting installment. If payable while I've ben away lamy's or any installment 26th A question forming on her lips, seriously defensive. will orchestra Murdock's day of May, 1922. house. Uw ill while I Ja that Luclnda turned back to Surtmer lad, "Look here, Linda! I'vi knewn furnish the music. All married the interest aforesaid Is not paid ROSE Y. STEWART, L with an odd of his eye a long time you suspected there was folks are cordially Invited to at on the date when the same becomes City Treasurer and Collector of tall the but surprised little due, then the whole amount of the and fancied a something between this Marquis tend, r Special Taxes. tnd deprecation: "I waring hastily away, tax unpaid at the time said installin the easy, girl and me or had been". of shade First publication May 26, 1922; will A social farewell be in bltt . . ." given bement are and will interest due was quick to re Lynn fumbled for and fjund her the Sixth ward tonight at 8 o'clock last publication May 31, 1922.) tt lUroello's, not the incurious air I be come will and due draw and hand beneath the rug that rovered sume. bos for their Ant few for Joseph Nelson, Jr., Harold interest at thepayable rate of twelve per She stole another glvice stress the their knees. , "You see " Ir, tor the place was room. see!" Luclnda snapped and Knudsen and Franklin Harris, who cent per annum until paid. One or I "Oh, indlcvlor Bellamy every By pietwe-folwill leave soon for missions for the more of sale installments in the found his company meet entertain drew her hand away. . Latter-da- y guts Monica, Luda- Saints church. An ex order in which a was are payable sallies he you "No, don't" they itr paying ltttM bouew or Bum-a- i ing; . arcellent has been program which ."But I do, Lynn; and I'm quite aforesaid, or the whole tax, may be rested a long time tribute of amOlng attention she as evidently found both grateful reasonable about it. Only, I presume, ranged, which wilt be followed by paid at any time within fifteen Asm. and inaptring. "While LuclMla was I needed ,this to make me un ierst.nd dancing and refreshments. Air are days after the ordinance levying irttet," be murmured :v V , invited. loosing soe aramea ner nignceui the kind of man I'd given my heart Mr. and Mrs. j;: last" kiratto w. Monroe Paxman and with aa a I? peremptory to." glass we as love. tag ot Bel 'That's unfair. You know perfect- and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Paxbent aU beauty last- - and arch planted it Jn front man of Provo motored to American lamy to b; replenished at service ly, nine times out of ten the' man ' ' Fork Sunday. They were guests at aid of a Isn't to blame. Besides" with th which 'he pondered, took all her u"tt . . .. "It isn't a question with Mt a family dinner given by !Mr. and k of what she Lad of blame or excuse'. It's Just a feeling Mrs. Ed Paxman and Mrs. Joseph nely kept back "Bet- that's suddenly come ver me,' that Miller. Covers were laid for twenI've committed my life to the care of ty, Including many from out of Si rsing'ng Into the a man whom I must lwavs shirs town. jntt Monica. Luclnda with his memories of other sweet The following young people enhearts." I announces that she Will HI' a bonfire party Wednesday tt for tonight. Kiss joyed "Well, but what anout ;r.y feel- evening at Bean's grove: Mina Mad-sethere's tinee." ings? Do you suppose It makes m teach private Rulon Openshaw, Bessie Wilut to which the Lon-le- a hrfppy to be all the tine liams. Walter Whitehead Jr., Wilma them was the one ' Druee that Bellamy oott fevorel by the Goodridge, Jarl Knudsen, Lota Mc"Please, deer, don't. Forg.ve me RPicture colony for its Laughlin, Clyde Knudsen. A dett. I couldn't help Brides there's lightful of carnrval time was spent with games, this to be said: If I did Iovj another Mr walls and encloe-N- d The 'phone ring3 at the office. It is your wife talking. which luncheon was served. man before I met you, he was only during also will conduct a and Mr. and Mrs. George Madsen flow for danctne". THE one; while you have known to man) motored to Salt Lake this o closely ranked that "Emily is very sick comer home immediately." morning loves like like this 'M..rqu:i girl-n- ot, class this summer. them was largely and spent the day visiting relatives I you know, not quite " riwithout a gu.de. iii I friends. "You're aft wrong, about Nelly and A hurried taxi ride leaves you on your door step, m consequence in the Miss Mary Taylor Is spending the one She's ttvt didn't hapLIuLlluLI Marquis. 721. Phone mere, ard in week Lake Salt friends. with everybody pen, it you've got to kr.ow the J7 else and staring dismally at the sign on the door "Contagious Mrs. T. Earl Pardoe entertained palled him truth." at the "Oh!" Luclnda commenteJ without the girls of the B. Y. U. who are I 470 North First East. Disease." majoring in the dramatic art deemotion "didn't she?'' PVty, v larre one. afterthis at home her partment, I with hundred a others "Along F "wit influer.t'al FINERY CULD HARDLY DIS " noon, in honor of Mr3. Algie E. That's what might happen to YOU, Mr. Husband, if I Nony with whom he GUISE THE WILD AND RAGGED get the credit tor r- B . III! nl.llll IS I "I daresay, by Hollywood stand- Ballif. who will leave Saturday fori N ere on ereeable LOVELINESS OP NELLY MAR' Boston summer to the spend ards, 'credit' is the rigM Wurd." long enough in your plumbing and heating is not kept in first class 100 e QUIS. "Oh, hang it all, LtnJa' wu musi months. The rooms were prettily become indiunderstand. A man m my line . . decorated with spring flowers and cted and collectively per cent condition all the time. pocket flask adding to tie cwn Oh, you know how it is . . . ferns. Games and music were eh- 't took to its glass, however, water only. Inmerlad refresh- to Joyed f:"ter which Tbere'll always be women eccUlm, and Summerlad was eyeing hor wlb a make fools of themselves orer ny ments were served todainty Better do that replacing or remodeling NOW! twenty " k sy to catch quizzical air. Lucmda a jiani?ed lalf man who manages to get a certain Miss Ethel Taylor, who has been I '"e Satherinir. ' I A Son en a smile. I net Nell) teaching music in the Granite high i degree of prominence oppressed Luclnda. "Shall we dance?" after I'd irade nj school at Salt Lake the past winter, Marquis shortly an ral nor fppy She surveyed the erow1?d floor first real dent in pictures ' he wis has returned home to spend' the dubiously. "It's an awful cr.sh, I'm so hard hit I used o be afraid to summer. le8ti toharm a afraid Nevertheless she got leave the house until I'd sent out President T. N. Taylor will leave "i? idyl of her feve- - up and threaded the jostling tables scouts to make sure the roast was for New York on busiSaturday rafled. 7hllethe with heels. her at Lynn P clear. I've always thought tnat ness. 0 no reeroto Few an was better It crusl. awful trouble of hers was more than half Mr. and Mrs. Madsen, lu- - dancers than f t ot Lynn Summerlad ver responsible for her mania about ne. .Miss .Mina Madsen George a strange man, trod a and Frank Mad-se- n rr he even but floor, "rtnk and ki "What trouble?" week-enin Ogded, spent the was put to it to steer a safj course ! M other women "Dope. She's a hop nut. Coke the guests of Mrs. Albert Spencer. with In that welter. Luclnda heard a cocaine's her big bet. Tittt musi Mrs. Marian Taylor will leave hiss ot breath Indrawn and looked been the trouble, that time voa t w,?.:yM'lln.raying .v. her no n&a? up to see Lynn's face disfigured by found Lgi an overdose. I Saturday for Chicago to meet stretched: her a spasm of pain. Ii the same In- didn't like to tell you because well, husband, who has been released P. Uing .he aban- r mission in the stant he stopped short. In the next frankly, I didn't want you to think from a States. Northern he groaned between set teeth. so much about the girl." Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gilbert en"Have to get out of this, I'm "Oh, what a pity!" at dinner at their home tertained afraid," he grunted. "My it! What I'm trying to say with a hoof like a sledge- Is "Hang this: Neily took to th dope after Tuesday afternoon for Mr. and Mrs, t manahe bad hammer landed on tt just cow. That I'd met her, but only, I bel.eve. be Douglas Page, Mr. and Mrs. James wouldn't matter, only the confound- cause she got In with the wrong Peay and Mr. and IMrs. E, L. saw ed thing got caught between a crowd. And there's sn swfu! lot ot ik. :..rrStrong. couple of logs while we were doing that sort ot thing goes on more or Mrs. James I. Evans and Miss and fall that river stuff." u" lees quleUy out here .They lead one Zella Evans are visiting in Spring-vlllHe had an affecting limp on the for a few days. on. When they're tried C toDowing the way back to their taWe. where he another THE H. G. BLUMENTHAL CO. chance else they take everything announced he would have to get on the hop to see if there's ready NOTICE. uge or home and out of his shoes before be BUCKLEY & HAWS anything in It, and then they're Ktng wKh could hope to know another lustant's gone. , These. Licensed They drift into little cliques To Whom It May Concern: Plumbers are at P. L. LARSON and have parties, ether parlies and Notice is hereby given that a spe"Cross, sweetheart?" he Inquired that sort of thing, you know, where cial tax fot the purpose of service and ryour as off "I'm sorry they choose one by lot to stay off the gently they drove ALEX MORTENSEN a concrete sidewalk in command. !?P.nioV;C,,rWOU" you let me drag you away" the others to make Bldewalk district No. 11, extension watch and stuff Tt Isn't that," Luclnda rtpUed. al- sure nobody strangles to death while No. 9, has been levied by the board E. 0. MOE & CO. !tr hi doubt most brusquely. "I wasn't enjoying they lie around him in a circle" of commissioners of Provo City, myself, anywrj wanted to leave alLuclnda lifted her hands to her Utah, which became effective on hout Mint or most tu aooa as we arrived." ears. "Fleaee, Lynn, please! I don't 24th day of May, 123. Tfcen what is it?" want to hear any more. It's tog Said special tax is levied upon WOd She asked evasively: "How's your dreadful!' the following nescrlb-- d real proptootr (Continued la Oar Next Issue) "Much better, Osaka. erty in Provo City, Utah, Guess I The west sloe or iota l, a, o, anu the north 21.72 feet cf lot 2, n rto see r JOSEPH VAN 11 . !: to-wi-t: half-facin- g Read and Use Want Ads I n ' Keep Contagion From Your Home Miss Alene PhilKps ' HP , sea-W- it Violin pEHEMBF- I Mm mm e The Lowesh g e - l- y y n- -r 1- - 23 le SSI two-yea- ffnognm()r. s - J- ' J ?. y P(JtJ( Quanta ..." foot-some- body K: Ie ttUheao,-atmospher- - a ie TheHidhes ball-roo- s rr inriinrn irnnu ut ! a Price Also Packed a Superior Qualify Black Tea pi Is Reliable he he tic he ire lie US iv e pie ve oltf les er- - ast ven . ive in ilea : test Ing by and I the i lose and was jrcla see, the the ..