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- 7 L.7' the woca: uVmV hall, done; dock! .'ZickW. "l"i. -- Mall early i" , PROVO, UTAH, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 NO. TXXYI1. HERALD L iickory. hT i - ' ' ' '. !, 1922. The Weather Generally fair tonight and Friday; warmer northwoit por. tion tonight and In north and east portions Friday, 6 PRICE TWO CENTS. ENT HARRIS ISS UE.S.RY.U ANNUAL REPORT "Another Edwin S. Hinckley of Ogdcn Appointed Total Number Enrolled Secretary of Provo Chamber of Commerce pfj IDS battle e lake-wid- what J on morning Twb v.. u laKe navy irtas . . , .1 birds. f mwlatory -- nnntv fish and game ll Ln 18 responsible for tfee II birds, according I V Freshwater, secretary of u..i. , ,11 - - v J j lI Hm ' 1 3 v 8 Edwin S. Hinckley, former superIAHS TO GET intendent of the State Industrial school at Ogden and at one time a professor at the Young university 1 and a member of the university (Editor's Note: The following is taken from the annual was this appresidency, morning report of Dr. Franklin S. Harris, president of the Brigham pointed tsecretary of the Chamber Young university, and shows clearly the progress made by the MOVIE of Commerce to succeed Elmo Cununiversity the past year.) ningham, who resigned to manage College work has been emDhasized. and hio-- arhnnl wnrk LOS ANGELES, June 1. Mary the affairs of the Provo Slate. com eliminated except for training purposes, at the Brigham pany. Mr. Hinckley will assume PIckford, Doug Fairanks, Bill Hart, ' Young university. Pauline Frederick, Charlie Chaplin his new position Immediately. enrollment shows increase of 52 Der an College proper The new secretary of the Cham- and others of the motion picture cent. ve ha in southern California ber of Commerce is no Btranger to colony The total number of students enrolled and receiving Provo, having lived here for many appointed) themselves a committee credit in the institution is 1.680. to members the show of Rotary years while connected with the The number of persons who have come under the influBrigham Young university. He left clubs from all over the world what ence of the university through the extension division, includ.4 the motion picture industry really y Provo in 1915 to assume the ing Leadership week and special lectures and entertainments, ST .... of the State Industrial is.' reaches 78,483. Hundreds of delegates from every school at Ogden, which position he There have been more men than women in the school. section of the United States, Can has held until recently. These facts are salient features of the annual report of South Asia, ada, Africa, Europe, Mr. Hinckley, who Is one of the President Franklin S. Harris of Brigham Young university. America and Australia are to at ablest educators in the west, has tend the convention of Rotary clubs LIBRARY HAS GROWN. a most affable personality and is that is to open here June 5. iMore In of the library, the report states there has one of the ablest public speakers than 150 are speaking from outside in the state. He is a man of broad the borders ofcoming an been of addition 2,428 volumes, of which 2,000 have come ' the United States vision and is ft close student of and more than 100 of these from through endowment funds and gifts. To the Alice Louise sociological and economic prob overseas. England. Scotland, Ire Reynolds library have been added 677 volumes; to the George lems. Last year he was president land and Wales are fifty. sending H. Brimhall theology library, 422 volumes; and to the : of the Ogden Rotary club. Reservations have already been He was born at Cove Fort, Mil made for about six thousand Charles W. Whitaker library of languages, 267 volumes. Rotar-ian- s lard county, Utah, about 53 years About $650 has been received for the Charles W. Penrose and their wives. ago, and was educated in the public The last day of the convention I Gladys Walton, screen beauty, ha library of poetry. schools in Fillmore, afterward at win be given over to an inspection won a divorce from Frank R. LU B. Y. U. HAS HAD MANY ENDOWMENTS. tending th high school at the Brig- - of the motion picture studios. The dell, Jr. She says he didn't coi Since the founding of the B. Y. U. in 1875, more than ham Young university, where Tie Fa.rbanks studio will be one of tribute to the support of their bony also received his college education. means for its growth and de wnere house wlll be 3,500 people After graduating from the Univer-- " mamtained open in the afternoon a spe-sitThese contributions have ranged from oneJJ velopment. of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Mr.clal x- 1 i T 1 a . ai i. t i.; ftinAnnn performance will be given in Hinckley returned to the Young tne fam0U8 Hollywood Bowl where KIVAf.'IS CLUB FAVORS uouar w $ivv,vvv. in auuiuon 10 me uurary coninuuuuiiaj the endowments for the current year are as follows: university where for 20 years le,an an.Btar cast of actors and wa a professor From 1908 untn actresse8 Ten acres of land near the base of Mt. Umpanogos by. x repre8enting most of the 1915, he was dean of the Church comPanies in Los Angeles and the North Fork Investment company. TRICTED leacuers couege ai me umvenmy. vlclnlty wlU put on a Bpecial play Emmeline B. Well3 Relief society memorial funds for tor the benefit of the visitors. PLEASANT GROV E , V , fiSi! -- AND GAME PLEASANT GROVE, June 1 Meeting of the Fish and Game association was held here last night with Ezra F. Walker presiding, at which final preparations were made to form auxiliary Utah County Fish and Game Protective asso Wi i ciation with the following elected-- : President, Ezra F. Walker; vice president, Dr. O. E. Grua; directors, Fred C. Shoell, Reuben Tomilson, Ezra Swensen, O. H. Olpin and Lester West, and a Mr. Smith, secre I 1 jrMyln' 1 o'clock sunaay morning, t in preserr-jraien interested fish in the lake have been rifles. vt wa thplr w k4nr iedatory birds are to ft a meeting Frldaj h Anomer courthouse. "ill be the Strawberry reser- Jiine rirtts, wnicn soon are from the reclemation servwaterusers. i strawberry jott will be made to arms sort of an agreement Waterusera' b Strawberry M to permit fishing in the Walter Freshwater to-that the federal fisheries Yaw already have sent He - planting in six places desigthe fish ana game associa- - has asked association ie The six (or 23 places. lupplied are: creek, 2000 rainbow trout; ill race at the brick yard, bow; Belmont creek, Z000 ; Dry creek, 7200 rainbow; Week, 6000 rainbow; Board-jee6000 rainbow, and Week, 7200 rainbow. - 1 at DIES oiFia I u ii 1 ' "V - a X d Ir 1 ... ' I 11 r. The following members of Provo auxiliary were present and gave some interesting information as to the aims and purposes of the association, also to what has been accomplished. President Robert S. Curtis, Secreatry Walter L. Fresh-wateWillis K. Spafford, Edgar r Arthur, A. E. Cox, C. N. Whittaker r "Wiat's good for me la gooi jen and Ross Ratcliffe. About twenty new members were my dog," says Jack Dempsey. 6 when Jack wears his monoclf enrolled. wean polio dxg, "Cheaters," "TV . gosKlaa. , 8YNDICATE ORE. FORK, Xruer was bom in Span- Wma-.- Tnno 3n 1SS1 Hn v America in 1904 and was jw for three years by Swift of Chicago, as head butter-H- e came to Utah 15 years i has been engaged in the n business since. He has !o SlfitVEYSSALEMROAD have-contribute- RIGHT OF WAY . Ben H. Bullock, president of the Syndicate Mining and Milling corn- pan,, yesterday brought in seme high jrrade ore taken from tbe min ing property, which would indicate, acxrdlng to mining experts, that the Syndicate is near pay rock. I LINDA LEE. INtf I3D TODAY 4 w-h- II.I.A. r,,, SPR H GVILLE WOMAN SPRINGVILLE, June 1. Funeral services for Mrs. Geo. C. Munns of Springville were held in the Sec ond ward meeting house at 2 p. m-- , i Sunday. Counselor George L. Hyde in charge. opening numoer, cumeni, uy lower to advance, with Mayto Second ward male quartet; prayer, 11.16 to 11.17 and July $.118 uonn s. Boyer, jr.; vocai soiu, It 1J1.J iu Month end evening up oi traaes nuic, i nuun mai . hoiiwut tn lift nrlces a. little in the Keaeemer L.ives. Wm. A. Harmer spoke very highsubsequent dealings. The market to c higher, with ly of the life of Mrs. Munns while closed firm, living in the Second ward; spoke to 62 July 62 of the many kind deeds of her life. Vocal solo, Elmo Coffman. Mr. 8UGAR. of Salt Lake City spoke of his Reid raw 31. The YORK. NEW Blay Mtno market wan firmer earlv to long friendship which had been 30 years with the Munns day and while spot prices for Cubas more thanHe also spoke of the faith were unchaneed at 2a-- cost and family. of Mrs. Munns to her husfulness centrifu for $4.23 to freight, equal and family. gal, July shipment was higner. band Vocal solo. "Hold Thou My There were sales of 50,iwo Dags oi Hand," Freii Nye. Cubas for July shipment at 2 6 also Bishop J. F. Bringhurst cost and freight, equal to 4.Z9 for remarks of the ceutrifugal, and 25,000 bags at made a few brief cost and freight, equal to steadfastness and faithfulness var-of 2 Mrs. Munns' active life in her 4.32. The raw sugar futures market ious labors. Closing musical number, male was firmer on covering and trade Mother s worn is buying owing to the strength in the quartet, "The spot market and prices at miuaay Done. Interment took place at the Lehi were 2 t o3 points net higher. .Refined sugar was firmer and city cemetery. unchanged to 10 points higher, with fine granulated listed at 5.50 to 5.70 with a good inquiry reported. Refined futures were nominal. fmixnj evening fl- alter a nin.a - Fly a year. "e , was "her 27.. isr.fi wit f at Lehl, born m his h W early youth I" m married Ml.. died- In 1- 9fK rW u I t '. ins luauicu ninnah Baldwin in 1907 and him. He is also sur by four sons and tt.i,. r"" four daugh They L ,Te roster Clty: Mrs. te,!SaULake of S0B- un Bert or iitj i...' - Paygon, Mrs. WilEureka, Lyman, until-.- .. uam ;L8ee, kl?la"d.Baldwini ? oian'ey Baldwin He u aiai 8u"tw nf n.nnil.LllJ u lmm.V ' ret Pi 11-1- 23-3- 2 wu irom the First ward LEAVE FOR ENGLAND. LEAVE FOR ENGLAND. SPANISH FORK. June 1. airs R. H. Andrus. wife of Attorney R... - h Andrus of this city, and her George Burch. left yesterday of the Provo Boy father, afternoon, with souinampion, ronno.j . as their ultimate destination, Mo' lCh(K1 DUlldl"K tO- - They will leave Salt Lake Wednesday for Montreal. Canada. On June Fibers are It cub-land- , they will sail on the for Southampton, England. so They will also visit in France and ftelhy.t0 ".J1 Prepared to Germany. The trip will combine Zl Vh r Scot county business and pleasure, and they exCrd?ybehHd 81 M"er pect to be gone four months. Scout band this summer. 7 Pent Am nt. S. S. Minna-dos- a CUTS each tenant. FARM LOAN INTEREST June 1. Reduc-toWASHINGTON, In the rate of interest charged farmers by federal land banks from j 6 per cent to 5 per cent, effec- announced br Com missioner Lobdell of the farm loan n 2 ! . Again The Daily Herald prints all box scores of Central ... Utah league games! Four irames of this season's schedule have been played, and in each instance The Daily Herald has printed the box nrnre with stories of each game played. No other newspaper in Utih has printed all the box scores of Central Utah league games. No Salt Lake City newspaper has done this. This baseball record The Daily Herald hopes to maintain . throughout the season. You'll always find ALL the box scores in The Daily Herald in the issue following the day when league games are played. l.A new June bill for regulation of futures trading on grain exchanges, designed to meet the recent decision of the supreme court holding the present trading act in operation in part, was introduced by Senator Capper, Republican. Kansas, chairman of the unofficial senate agrcultural bloc and author of the orgnal act. WASHINGTON, board. The reduction in the rate, Lob- of the explained, was byymouV successful Mine, flotation of $75,000,000 in Prows. per cent farm loan bonds, the Remarks by Bishop George Ray 4 proceeds of which are now avail Maycock of Springville. able for loaning purposes, i. Euite, Espagnole, La Feria, P. SENT OUT BALLOTS Selected, (a) Los Toros, (b) La STRIKE Zarzuela, (c) Chammade. DETROIT, Mich., June 1. MainOrienta patrol, "I Cairo," Ft. Von tenance of Way Employes and RailBlon. yesterday way Shop Laborers Overture, "William Tell," C. began preparation of strike ballots the next few days It is requested by the M. I. A. to be sent within to 478,000 members of the the turnout attend the that a good and to the approxiservices Sunday evening; same n men of the 75,00 have been i ranged for a farewell mately who would be affected by a crafts to Clair Jacobson, who Is soon to strike. depart for a mission to Germany. The brotherhood members, with men, will be asked to the Thousands of Chicago families vote on the question of accepting one to five plan to move "under canvas" May the age cuts of from ordered an by cents hour recently meet rent to in the effort 1, iji in Chicago. If a problem. Tent will be pitched on the railway board botherhood votes vacant lots and forest preserves, majority of the deaccording to the Chicago Tenants' in favor E.of F.a rejection of the Grable, grand presileague. Tent manufacturing con- creases, cerns have agreed to supply tents dent of the brotherhood, with headquarters here, is empowered set-to at wholesale prices. issue a strike call immediately, ting the date for the walkout. . Baseball fans in Frovo, Springville, Payson, Spanish subwith the A Chicago landloard Is building Fork and American Fork may be certain that if they "elman Music com.' a 11.tat hnlMinir hnvlnt a neram- most will the complete Herald get they scribe for The Daily member of the Provo bular stall with lock and key for and accurate Central Utah league baseball news. ! Foundry GRAIN EXCHANGES REGULATE Baseball Service services were held Wednes- - r, J ft! "i , ft d 'a the girls of the university, $500. A planur for the mechanic arts department by the Provo IULU 2 c 8 LAIlTLT ESTwa. - c at Provo of P1MIAT SPRINGVILLE, June 1. The following program has been arranged to be gives at the opera house Sunday evening, under the auspices of the Third ward M. I. A. The Provo band will furnish the band music. Seymour Prows, tenor. March, "Stars and Stripes Forever," John P. Sousa, Idyl, "Evening Breeze," Otto Langey. Vocal, Ladies' trio. Suite, "Atlantis" (V. F. Safranek) (a) Nocturne and Morning Hymn of Praise; (b) A Court Function; (c) I Love Thee, The Prince and Anna; (d) The Destruction of Atlantic. Vocal solo, "Arioso" Vesti la giuba (Pagliacci) (b) Lassie O' I.lho Tll ft WASHINGTON, June 1. Ending tbe longest session that has as yet been held on the bonus situation the powerful finance committee Wednesday morning voted 9 to 4 to report the MeCumber bill to the senate and press .for early passage. SFDU nn-.h- 'riUfrt hflTT'l V D1STRIC REPORT BONUS BILL. "Linda Lee, Inc.," will not be publio sd until tomorrow. t c PISH FORK, June 1. John Fft. for mora than RA vaaM t of this city where he F1 tte OCCUDation nf farmln. lilMLU A 3-- 8 IS . I ' 'lAMfk On account of a mishap In the shop, tbe next installment of 1 ', ilk I SALEM, June 1. R. B. Patterson, district state road engineer, has completed the survey for the new right of way to tie purchased north of the Orem tracks for federal-aid project No. 34 through Salem. The new survey contemplates LIVESTOCK. the removal of the Springville- NORTH SALE LAKE, May 31. Wniofn,. company's beet iia. oteaay 10 dump wnici, now occupjeB part taiue Keceipis, .. . Prima' a gireei lniersecuon. ttfinnap &nrA AckmanA steers, 6.57.2o; good steers, Salem city has been negotiating $5.256.25; feeder steers, 4.50 !th nnrhM nf thn nt wv it 5.50; cowa and heifere, $5.005.50; !beln understood, accordina: to a cuttere. .i2.003.Za; cannera. 1150 recent decision of the public utlli-2.0fat bulls $2.50 3.00; b-o- tle8 Commi88lon. that the Orem aif bulls, 2.003.00; light Teal at wtn ,v th I salves, $7.0C8.00. u iB exDected that Utah county 274. aM Steady Hogs Receipts th. nnrt.ha.a nt th strong I'emand. Choice prime topi 0u.- I fat hOgS, 175 tO 225 pounds, 110.50; "xftTnrt ll holn mda tn iha bulk of sales, 19.85 10.35; feeders, 'negotiations completed by the time I t8.5O09.25. the bids are opened on June 7. Sheep Receipts, nOne. Steady, fat demand. Choice lambs, good choice yearlings, $11.50 12.50; $7.508.50; fat wethers, $6.00 LAST TRIBUTE PAID TO 7.00; fat ewes, $4.00 4.50. . GRAIN. with several cream-Wor- e CHICAGO, May 31 Expecta assuming the m&nage- windup of ii w Benjamin creamery tion of a possible furried 8panish Fork creamery, the month's business were, unrealUter purchased. He mar-ic- e ized. Throughout the dayi there Price of Provo, June 2, was rather heavy covering by She with one little daugh-stshorts but they succeeded easily in survives him. Funeral filling their requirements and in menu have not been made. the last few minutes of the board tor Prager was a patriotic Amer-- of trade session the market ien. Se is survived bv two Mav was falline somewhat rapidly, net and three sisters all liv-- Prices closed unsettled, 2 Germany. M'" y psnected h, hi km r, MARKETS 1 super-intendenc- . June 1. Paul died yesterday, after an j more than year, from i I' lit. Kruger bad twice the Mayo institute at Roch-lich- ., in an effort to be re-- t hji malady. He was wall in Utah county business because of bis being the tor of the Spanish Fork 7, which he owned and belt his being manager for ire years of t.ie Benjamin )m i Students, 78,483 i J g o organization, insets of tbe motor boat oiue nnuw U be ,. .iMpelicans, fish hawks, all oi said to be deadly f"&ass and trout expedition Is to Students, 1,680; Extension The Kiwanis club today went oa record as being in favor of a restricted district in Provo In which the keeping of hogs and cows would be forbidden. The action followed a written re quest for the city commission some tie ago asking the opinion of the club on tbe matter. W. R. Butler, chairman of the city planning committee of the club, to which committee the ques tion was referred at a previous meeting, reported that the commit tee was in favor of a restricted dis trict extending from Seventh East to Sixth West street, and from Fifth South to Fifth North. "It is about time for Provo to step into the real city class where she belongs," said Mr. Butler. "We will never be a real city until we exclude the hogs and the cattle from our city." After Judge A. B. Morgan bad ob jected to the exclusion of cows on the ground that many residents of the city have gone to heavy expense in purchasing thoroughbred Jersey cattle, the club accepted the suggestion of Dr. Hugh Woodward of the Young university to favor a restricted) district without suggesting any boundaries for the same. In supporting the restricted district, T. F. Pierpont agreed with 'Mr .Butler that Provo will never be a real city; until the cow stables are excluded from the center of every block In the city. He said he knew of several stables in the city that have not been cleaned out since 1860. Dr. Walter T. Hasler gave a report of the lectures he had attended recently in Chicago. He told of the research work being done at the university by Vern Knudsen of this city, which is being recognized by leading authorites n Amerca as one of the most important studies along scientific lines today. Elmer Jacobs, president of the local chapter of the American Engineering association, invited the members of the club to attend a banquet at Vivian park Thursday in honor of the delegates to the annual convention of engineers at Salt Lake City. The delegates to the convention will be guests of Utah county on Thursday, coming to Lehl on a special Orem train, and from there taken in automobiles to various parts of the county. The invitation of Mr. Jacobs was accepted and the next meeting of the Kiawnis postponed until the following week. Mrs. Norma Bullock and Miss Carol Poulton rendered two duets and Can cnristensen sang two solos. T nd Machine company. . For the improvement of the Maeser grounds', R TlfcL tnw irvine, $so. Four scholarships providing free entrance to the university, transferred to the Provo High school by W. Lester Mangum. Student loan fund, collected under the auspices of the sophomore class, to be loaned to students needing help, $408.80. Y. E. A. (normal students) for playground fountain, $80. Senior class, 57 varieties ol' trees and shrubs for arboretum on Maeser hill. (athlete by , Award of gold meda! for best Andererg, Inc., Jewelry company. . OTHER ENDOWMENTS NEEDED. in 1 Ik 1 IT Ail-'rou- nd There are still opportunities for endowments by the; friends of the school. The university is fast outgrowing; its present quarters, and stands in need of a number of new buildings. These are the more urgent: A library building, a science building, and a gymnasium. ECONOMY PRACTICED; EFFICIENCY PRESERVED. While the assets of the institution are approximately half a million dollars, the funds available for this year's work have been limited, and rigid economy has been necessary. This fact, however, has not been permitted to interfere with efficiency. Intelliirence in curtailing expenses, com bined with hard work by all have kept the standards of the school on a high plane. FACULTY HAS BEEN LOYAL. President Harris speaks enthusiastically of the loyalty of the faculty in working for the success of the school. He is especially appreciative of the splendid support given by President Emeritus George H. Brimhall in furthering the interests of the university, and speaks of the veteran educator in glowing terms. Ti e help given to the school by some of the most schollectures arly mtn of the church in the Wednesday morning valuable received special mention as a most important and feature of the year's work. non-unio- n j ft': sin A STOPS 1 n 500,-00- , seven-year-ol- d . j or anything that may get on the track without interfering with the AUTOMATIC operation of thit device. 3 '.Mr. Mortensen enthusiastic over the scheme, and expresses the TRAINS ON T belieS that the control is of more importance to the American public than any reason they had for going An interesting answer to a ques into the world war. for it will save ' tionnaire sent out by Secretary K. the lives of thousands of people and preserve B. Sauls of the B. Y. U. Alumni as-- killed every year thousands of others from injury. church of the to sociation graduates Mr. Mortensen is loyal to the old school comes from Angus D. Mor- - school, and remits his alumni dues tensen on the other side of the con- for the past twelve years. tinent. i' Since gradauting from the comKENNETH ALLEN INJURED. Morten-seMr. 1910. in mercial course has had a varied commercial KILLED IN CHINESE BATTLE Kenneth Allen, 955 NorU Univerexperience, and is now secretary sity avenue, was badly bruised last and treasurer of the M. V. Train HONG KONG. June 1. Forty perController company of Newark, evening when a Ford coupe driven . sons were killed and more than one N. J. He has been with the com- by Eugene Penrod is said to have hundred wounded in the recent pany since its inception and has1 driven into him on Center street in fighting on the island of Macao, helped to dictate Its policy. The front of the Anderson garage. Allen which resulted in the declaration of martial law. Macao is a Portu company has a eiptal stock of and owns a number of valuable Is said to have be in coming east guese concession and the trouble is Chinese when arisen have to patents for a device for the auto- on a bicycle, Penjod was driving said SWINMING WONDER COMING matic west. Auother car was standing by women were insulted by the stopping of trains. A number of newspaper clippings the curb ln front of the garage and African police employed by the Tomorrow evening at 8:30, in the sent by Mr. Mortensen give ac- a third car was backing out of the Portuguese. Provo high school pool, little counts oft test trials of the inven drive aray. Allen Is said to have kept a close swim- tion, and speak of It with unstinted KILLS WIFE AND SELF. Georgia McCloud, ming wonder, will demonstrate his nmian Trains Are ntnnnpd auto watch on the car backing up and NEW YORK, June 1. Crazed by aquatic skill to the people of matically through the use of the never noticed that Penrod was (.aIr .liviiM thnt pnntrnlu nrasAnt turning to drive Into the garage. , jealousy of the love of his wife Provo. 'automatic this1 and control Allen was C. S. Leaf and nine state knocked oft his bkycle signals and son for each other, George j Prof. KrumDet. 48. yesterday beheaded swimming champions will also give device. There is no physical or and badly bruised about his' face, son William, an exhibition of fancy swimming mechanical contact between any both hands, the left arm :ani h his killed his wife by slashing her and diving. It promises to be one part of the train. The clearance is right knee. He was taken to the V throat, then severed his own jugu- of the most Interesting swimming at least 15 Inches and this space Provo General hospital where his may be filled with snow, ice, debris. injuries were dressed lar vein dying in Bellevue hospital. events ever held In Provo. non-unio- : v ! I'