|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
THE HERALD. THUBSDAY, JUN13 1, 1922. f THE DAILY HERALD Published by The Herald Company. EVERY WEEK-DAAFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY, PRINCE i ; T j Entered a second class mail matter Jane'l 1911, at the pojtofflce, ftrovo, Itah. nnder the Art of March 3, 17. ri Mb!! OVER 2200 OUR BIRTHDAY thirty-sevent- semi-week- ly tri-week- e, SAVING OUR BOYS AND GIRLS. SUPPOSE in your town, you could in one year save even ten of your young people from the reformatory and thus make unnecessary the expenditure of 10x52x$6 or $3,120, tbe cost of their care not to count in the cost of their apprehension and trial; nor the cost in tears and anguish and dis--1 grace. SUPPOST you could increase the vigor and efficiency of your thousands of workers in factories, store and offices. SUPPOSE you could do something to make your rproclaim: "By George, this is the town for me!" SUPPOSE You could cause folks to take a new grip on themselves ; show new ambition, get new and bigger ideals in life by putting before them opportunities and removing old- time barriers. SUPPOSE you could make your town wholesomely fellow-riitize- - ns alive. SUPPOSE you could do something to tempt the tired f business man and the worn housewife to take up diversions tlffit' would keep them balanced, give them zest and prolong their usefulness. SUPPOST by doing this something you could give your town a reputation far and wide for being a human place to live in, a happy place, a place where the inhabitants are foil's and neighbors, Would it not be worth while doing? Would it not be worth while spending some money to it? do i " COMMUNITY . j Once there was a princa who was always a little it late. So matter bat be had to do be de- -' f until tbe layed it put it next day. tie next week, tbe next month. Always behind time, bis friends nicknamed him ''Prince Ten Minutes." One day an army invaded bis as to be principality. Tbf-ran important battle. Tbe prince wag ten minutes late. Tbe prUce late coat him bis lands, his cas-- ; tie, hi crown, his head cost him everything. Are you a Prince Ten Min- utes? Are you delaying tbe plumbing of your borne or tbe installation of better bathing equipment? Good plumbing and a good bathroom will make your castle and your lands more ralu-- , able; they will keep better beads on better bodies of you and your family. And bow about that beating plant you were going to have overhauled as soon as the fire went out? Don't be a Prince Ten Minutes. Be on time be ahead of time do it now. SERVICE with its appeal to the physi-- , the social, the intellectual, the cultural, the patriotic, the citizenship sides of life is the answer. cal, E3 C? 'IT DOINGS OF THE DUFFS MINUTC$ ly, tri-wek- r 1 i h Today The Herald celebrates its birthday, ind issues Number 1 of Volume 37. During the long existence of this newspaper the name ,ias been changed more than once, but the existence of the publication always was maintained. Few newspapers in the state have had the long life of The Herald, and fewer still have passed through the trials and troubles that have faced this newspaper in years gone by. But all these storms The Herald weathered successfully, now and then coming into close communication with the bank ruptcy court. At one time, years ago, a daily edition was launched and had a brief life; at other times it has been a and a when it wasn't a daily. On the 14th of April last The Daily Herald again entered the daily newspaper field, and thus far has shown a steady increase, both in advertising and in circulation. A weekly edition was added May 9, and this now has 300 subscribers, the list being increased every week. The Daily Herald passed the 2,000 mark in circulation to a immediately after it was changed from a daily, and now has over 2,200 circulation; on Tuesday, with he weekly, the circulation is more than 2,500 copies. The Daily Herald now has newsboy carriers at Spring-wilPayson, Spanish Fork, Lakeview, Vineyard, Snow, Orem ind on all rural postal routes out of Provo. The Daily Herald is the only newspaper published in Provo with its own carrier service in these Utah county cities; which is probably why The Daily Herald's circulation is double that of any other newspaper in the county, and approximately as large as the combined circulations of the next two largest newspapers. On this anniversary it is only fair to mention the fact that the oldest member of the staff, in point of service on The Herald, is Sam Leavitt, foreman of the mechanical department, who began his newspaper career as "devil" in the composing room twenty-fiv- e years ago. - I "rms of Subscription: Delivered by carrier. 39 cents a month; by Hf In t'tab county, ti a year; outside the county. $3..r.fl a year. , CIRCULATION I ! TtH TO!, WILL. YOU CALL VES 5Hi6AVE A Wn06 LUMO WAS VC5TEPAV-TM- g Vp Mt THE HAVE THEM SEN? DVEJ2 A QUART OF MILK, A LOAF OF BtfEAD AND A HEAP LETTUCE V MAM HAVE?- MB ... oirr H !K f i 4 WOCT THtS QuSf&OCH id THE CrSHPOOOO- WotT CEMlSALV is. K ifPdOUTHlMC 7oyRv A fiAWEP Off BOSV.- -' SASOVEBTjS PhONt rwKHiisbi - OOrft NIGHT! X EVCK 5TOP LOMfi !. EH0U6H TO EAT OP SLEEP? 7 THEMATTEBfl CAMT t -' ;- H5 tlWE- - KT5 TK2 w wfcHT3 "V J v -- AND BUM COFFEE"THE $i?EAM -HA-HYOU WAS SOOI MUST HAVE HAPA - 4963" XS S f - - WMAT EHP5 OH SOME COM SALAD TtJTClDLE -- UPi IO.UELL0 TILL BOTn' THERE 13 SOMSO!' m oh nrs UE- - ITTSTK'T 50il LTTTLE SAWE3 OFF PUFF J WO USTC. LLOiTHiS !5CNTf?ALV r1 fr.Tt DOi VOU WANT1? Chatter vo isomthb LIME AMERICAN Holmstead, 2b Blrke, Jb Snow, 3b ..... 5 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 Q Blnch, ss Homer, rt Shelley, p Carlson, p O 4 i Durrant, cf Barratt, c Laursen, If 4 FORK. AB. R. H. O. JL 3 2 0 4 1 3 0 Totals ..35 1 1 J3 t1 33 1 2 0 7 0 5 1 1 1 0 6 o 0 0 0 0 0 10 3 27 7 1 rjpvsiz vt. 1 11 pv iiiPAp:!OYiT.coripy nun IBS CENTRAL AW" 1 W IK 02V VH5M, A$ A HATTER LEHL June 1. The Lehi Wasps the Payson nine to the tune stung .800 10 to 3, here yesterday. It was .609 of .600 anybody's game until tbe fifth, .00 when Thrasher busted the horse-hid-e .500 for a homer, bringing with 300 him over the plate At wood and '.200 Webb. Two other runs were made UTAH LEAGUE. Won. Lost PcL 4 1 Midvale 2 3 Fork Spanish PROVO. 3 2 Lehi .. AB.R.H.O.JL Springville 3 2 4 2 Page, sa 2 2 American Fork S Schati3 2 , 2 Heber Hillman, cf 1 4 Provo Sutherland, 2b .200 in that inning. 4 1 Payson Wilson, lb ... Tbe feature of the game was the Games. Yesterday's Raile, c At American Fork American batting of J. Colledge, a AMERICAN PORK, June 1 Rodge, rf high school boy, whose batting yesFork 10, Provo 4. American Fork won from tbe Provo Cooper, if .... Midvale Midvale 4, Spanish terday was perfect Four hits from At .. Simmons, p four times up was young CoUedge's Timps yesterday here in a game Fork 2. . 0 Kinney, p record. At Lehi Lehi 10, Payson 3. replete with errors, Provo getting In the last of the fifth, Hickman 3, At the most errors, the most bits, and Totals 4 Springville Springville . 11 24 6 ; . 37 II and Kitchen exchanged places, 2. Heber the fewest runs. after had been Hickman pounded u Errors Summary Holmstead, While the Timps outfit the Cave heavily. Where They Play Tomorrow. Snow 2, Page 2, SchaU, Raile. The score: make couldn't hits team, they Provo. city American Fork at Two-base Home runs 'THIS VCfc Y Shelley. PAYSON. Fork at Payson. stretch into scores as American Spanish Ba-- e AB. R. H. O.A. hits Barratt, Sutherland. Springville at Heber. Forkers did. 9 0 Belknap, lb Lehi at XI id vale. Wilson and Schatz each got three hits Off Carlson 3, off Shelley" 8, c ..... McBeth, three-fourtg. Kinoff Sacrifice hits safe hits, and scored Kinney Perry, rf .. of the Provo run. Kinney pitched ney. Hillman 2. Stolen Bases MIDVALE. June 1. Midvale took Wignall, cf c fteiieui game, Biriawg om unin,ct..j the leadership in the Central Utah Steele, If was on. but be weak men, eight whea Kaooel !h r,ti-n- i Kinney s, by Shelley 6, bv Carlson!..leaguee leadership yesterday .nH firo m fir.t ss 1 . V, -. . , . o Tiff Qhcllav nn Psmc l,!. " .,.1 4 io z nouy contested ouency was uu yirnj t ors 10 3b Douglas, and was yanked when American off Kinney 5. Left on bases game. p Fork got a winning lead. Aeain Martv Eeckstad nrnved Hickman, American- rnrt s ' Pm, i,. ' u.t ca'liber Shelley landed on tbe ball for a batsmen Binch, twirline down settine by ,his 38 3 8 24 13 Totals Barratt, homer; Barratt and Sutherland got ine spamarus wmi uree lonesome LEHI. record First base on errors Provo 3, hits, two coming when pinch-hitter- s doubles. A new batter-hi- t AB. R. H. O. .A. was established when Binch, Bar-- j American Fork 1. Time of game in me mma iriea io save me oaaie 2b. Colledge, jj. were 2 hit Homer j and balls, hours. Umpire Creer. ratt by for Spanish Fork. (Barnes, i 1 The score and summary: Beckstead fanned 10 men, andjn. Atwood cf.! until the ninth frame held the;vebb, 3b THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Spanish crew to one hit, a double Thrasher, lb'.! " " " ; oy 1 nomas. A. Atwood. c 4 kv.dei l The game originally scheduled to Anderson, rf .. 5 be played fn Spanish Fork was,j Colledge, ss !!!!! 4 transferred to Midvale just before :j" Colledge, ss .!!!!. 4 the Smelters stared for the south Wilson, p 3 of Utah county. ..That accounted TAKES for the small attendance at yester 36 10 13 27 11 Totals day s gamt. only 800 being out. Score by innings: The spectacular playa of the nn i iim afternoon were made by Hayes, the'Li,i !.!.. 010 102 Olx 10 shining jrtar of the Spanish, outErrors-We- bb,' J. Summary: field, who made two corking shoe- - Colledge, Kitchen Home run catchealn the garden that kept Thrashes. Two-bas- e hits-- A. from adding to Its stock wood Anderson, J. Colledge, Mc- " Beth. Kitchen. Doubl play Hlck- D"?8'D to Kitchen to KappeL Stolen ?T hm!iman ,?a,,,!S?Jf SPRINGVILLE, June 1. Springran in eighth inntog, the first base-W- ebb, Hits--Off ville bomer this season oa the Midrale wiIaon gj off Perry. yesterday took the Heberites Hickman 10, off aJicon,nv.ect-- ! Kitchen 3. Struck out-- By E"D?"1 WUson into camp by tfca score of J to 2, e4 with two singlea. 9 . in one of the most interesting thre;5 bT M hits out of four times at bat. He! Off Wilson 3, off Hickman 11,mi. off games played here this season. Alwas the only man on either team iritfan 9 eaoi4no hl getting more than one hit' Sacrifice fly A. Atwood. Hit by though five errors were made by Elmer and Miller went in as pitcher H. Atwood. Time of game Springville and only one by Heber. pinch hitters in the ninth, and both I hour 45 minutes. the Steel city team squeezed over landed on the ball, bat no scoring Peterson. Left on bases Umpire Lehi 9, one more run ihan Heber. .'was done. Payson 8. The first run was scored by Spanish started off the game line winners, Rowe coming across the Fleiger in the second inning when he stole home at the same time as plate when Thomas got his double-bagge- r. T03 SCI SAYS In the third Midvale got Packard stole second. three runs, enough to win the "Men treat flappers like dogs," One of the features of the game was a spectacular running catch by game. exclaims a lecturer. Lap dogs? The score: Taylor in thejght binning, which SPANISH FORK. new trousers to match an otherwise would hare been good Tm FIAS Px Buying WS TESTED OUT 7tKf . AB. R. H. O. .A Old- tHlAt mill rOAt- la rctttn. for a score. utuic : .. 3 0 0 2 i aittinUf . Hayes, cf tkVAnr van Fleiger was the heavy hitter of 4 0 0 12 3 Edwards, lb tne game, getting two singles from 1 4 2 6 2 ss Rowe, Growing old is a bad habit. Keeo- - three times at bat. 4 0 1 0 7 Thomas, 2b Davis scored the second run in mg it up will get you. C. Bowen, c 4 0 0 7 0j the sixth, coming home on Fraugh-ton'- s 2 0 0 0 1 Anderson, If fumble o Memory's line Harding may have his faults; 4 L. Bowen, 3b 1 0 but he never gets photographed in drive. Fleiger brought Taylor over 3 D. Bowen, rf 0 0 0 0 a the plate for the third talley in bathing suit. 3 0 0 2 1 Keough, Private the eighth. 1 0 1 0 0 Elmer P. Murdock performed well with It's easy for a girl with a roseMiller 0 bud mouth to say it with flowers. the stick, slamming out a. three-baggand a single in four times 33 2 3 24 13 Totals a bright future. up. has Everybody MIDVALE. The score: The difficult is speeding ud to AB. R. H. O. .A. overtake it. part i HEBER. Featuring 3 0 0 rf . AB. R. H. O. Jl. o Cb i GEORGIA McCLOUD i Steadrcan, i it .There are not so many ' home i.:. Murdock, ss .... 4 0 Rasmus-ec v i i 4 brewers' says the dry chief. Mavh i Ulles rI 0 1 U U If 4 .. 2 StauHr, !Nelson- P Swimming 4 0 worked themselves they to death. 4 4 0 ?broiftt, 2b . r i nugiuuil, 10 Professor 4 13 Wonder. 0 3 'VaHbeck ss . 0 3 2 c 3 John Stanley, McCormack has Ireto gone 3 0 0 Olson, .... lb C. PROF. S. LEAF land io rest, mat "gone to rest" sweat, if 3 0 0 is Howard, cf .. familiar over there. Montgomery, rf . 3 0 0 and Beckstead, p. C. Murdock, 2b.. When opponunity knocks, some Bonner, 3b . School of NINE STATE 30 4 7 28 7 Totals wait for it to pick the lock. j Score by innings: Totals 33 2 7 24 13 CHAMPIONS 100 010 0002 Spanish Fork SsfKl-NUYou never get a ride in a swell Scientific ILLE. Midvale 003 000 Olx 4 auto AB. R. H. O. tie daytime so your . Errors Schmiett 2,' friendsduring Summary: 3 caa see vou. layior. ss Olsen, Beckstead. Home mn Ras- 3 Campbell, lb Two-bas- e mussen. hit Thoma,s. ' 4 "Flappers are angels on earth." uavis, c Double plays Schmiett to Wall-- ! -4A 3 i4M7 " W Fleiger, cf2b ;beck; Thomas tc Rowe to Edwards. Memory, 2 the SCHOOL POOL Stoien bases Anderson, Bowen. 3 Special Fredrickson, 3b Rasmussen. Stauffer. Schmiett. . a If 3 Packard, Hits Off Keough 7, off Beckstead S Attention to jj! Dowell, rf 3 3. Bases on balls Off Keough 1, Hj fROF. C. S. LEAF 3 FRIDAY, JUNE 2 K.Dunn, p off Backstead 1. Struck out By g Beginners. Long Dftt)K Champion Swlmm 1C. Beckstead 6, Time at 8:30 P.M. by Keough 27 3 7 27 12 PROFJCItNCY GUARANTEED Jotals of game lr55. " Attendance 300. :::! . Scor by innings: ADMISSION 25c LZAT'S GYMNASIUM on bases Umpire Wainright Left 001 000 0012 g!Heher is Midvale 2, Spanish Fork 4. the name we have g Springville Season Ticket Holders 010 001 Olx 3 Phooa Wn. M Cxckang Plac Errors Nelson, Tay-- g our kodak man, Free. Hj Summary: given MASCULINE CRAFT. lcr. Campbell 2. Memory, Dunn, his name is Van gl Stolen bases Fraughton, Fleiger The male subscriber had made and being a real kodak Packard. Sacrifice hit Stanley, bis third attempt to use the party expert, we have named n; Campbell, Memory 2. Two-bashits mlrA and haA n iln fnim itmfialf Three-bas- e g.; Nelson, Campbell. him intruding on an extended argument Hi hits Murdock. Sweat Struck out about how long to roast a turket. Nelson 8, by Dunn 3. First UiJ He was considerably annoyed. This j S sj base on errors Heber 5, SDring-- g time, however, he had a brilliant 3 ville 1. Hit by pitcher By Nelson Inspiration. ' Umpire Twichell. II I smell beans burn "Madam, your ing," be shouted suddenly into the hen you see a headline saying telephone. 'Scores H. P. CO. Kodak Dept. E. Killed." you - wonder Whereupon two very much alarmwhether it is in Ireland or Chicago ed ladies immediately rushed off 62 N. First West. kitchenwards, and the man bad the SI Many a captain of industry wire to himself. he ought to be a general. ............. till ri,k nc,i i i .... I - SPIULE MFROrl p.vn lilli . Swlmminz from Cnlnnla ) guay, to Buenos Aires, near record. . The distance vu The swimmer was In the hours.1 TO 2 minutes, ban Drevious record bv 30 minita1 Is believed to be a worM'stl for endurance "Pi down! i i Hk-kma-n : Tk.k.. 6, ' Loose Garden Seed-s"t i For 28 years I have sold the very best seeds that could be produced. I have operated trial grounds for testing for quality and have discarded raany varieties that did not prove good. I have a great many customers that come to my store and say, "I want the same kind of seeds 1 got from you; last year; they were the best I ever planted." I would like to serve you this year and next year. You will say tha same. PLANTS My greenhouse at 483 North Eighth West is full of plants Tomato, Cabbage. Cauliflower, Peppers, Celery, Asters, Verbena, Petunia, Phlox, Pansy, Zinna, Nasturtiums, Salvia, Snapdragons, Pinks, etc. BULBS Canna, Dahlia and Gladiolus all colors. Wilford Perry ' Swimming Exhibition SWIMMING 12 p. Pool.A 10 10 n. Phone 117. BUSINESS A The success of a business depends on results. SATISFIED CUSTOMERS HIGH CLASS WORK PROMPT DELIVERY is the foundation on which we have built our present business. Wre serve the same customers year after year. They recommend us to their friends, because OUR SERVICE IS DEPENDABLE NEW THE Phone 439. PRINTING CENTURY HURRY-U- P Swinning - 14 15 15 10 Leafs BUILDING er ' 10 SEEDSMAN 337 West Center. 0- , i ; I i Koda Van . be-cau- CO. SHOP" Provo, Utah. and Use Want Ads I !j ; (Coda Van oj breath-ta- t with.wj ing descent, your face THAT'S SPORT! and sf bicycle go together. ' Cial this week tiOOD USED BiaCLKj J se e Superior Gasoline 29c Per Gallon Superior Motor Co. A short muscle-develing climb on anHud Johnson or a 1 Bicycle up the hill; 'l hen the top. aii"'""' a new ef the country milps around: ; $15.00. resintk' Best tine of County tH 159 CI . University Phone 397-J- .