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.1 TEE EOAID, IblE DAILY WEEK-DA- matter June 6, 1911, at the postoffice, under the Act of Mrch 2, 1879. u. Koagers, taiior ana monsner. i Entered a . i' i; rr jvo, Utah, . second class mall Vnn8 of Subscription: Delivered by carrier, 30 cents a month; jw In t'tah county, $3 a year; outside the county. $3.50 a year f Circulation 1 OVER 2200 zi Better than Vbrdc--T- h . i i-- 1 l9D.fl by 5'flOSPERITY SPECIAL. : A spectacular demonstration of the country's returning' nsperity was started out of Philadelphia the other day and ill traverse the whole continent It was a tram of twenty jCpmotives of the latest modern oil burning type, which were out oi the uaiawm locomotive woru on an overiana i v ' (' to jip California on consignment to the Southern Pacific. U i hese engines, with their tenders, are oyer 100 feet long, so of a mile in length. ti,. t.iat the train as a whole is Bur men in the railroad business attended the cere i i. 's! tobies of departure of the train on its journey. The sisnifi j hknce of the spectacle is that this is only part of ak order for t Southern Pacific the total number ordered beinsr fifty, has been several, years aince new locomotives by the Ji ' '. Vf ItmiiA rwrtervA nr nMM hv tha iwmitrj. and ;: ''me Southern Pacific is only one of the several roads which Ire now placine such orders. . More business, more traffic, lnore work, more optimism are the things which the long . Jjiie of new locomotives tre proclaiming. I j i f silk PFmcoATs M White ilushn Skirts, values to $l;60, M f" hn : I '- " the administration, The tariff seems to be an important political question, mt it ought not to be a political question at all. It should, as j I he steel man points out, be decided strictly upon scientific i irinciples and from the standpoint of fairness to every part "n i S 'i I ' ,j l 2 il j f f1 y liUJ 1 to for j J JQ ........ itJ Dark and Light Camisoles, values to $1.75, for ; fl ft ..OlilJ $i.ci Muslin Drawers, 95c value, 2 for. Embroidered chiefs, regular each, 4 for ft Humming Bird Silk Hose, Muslin Envelope $1.75 values, :....$U3 Chemise, jjj ; pimw 1 Special lot of Misses and Children's White Canvas, Leather and Rubber Soled Slippers ; also a few Patent C1 nfl Leathers, ;. P liUU for Extra krge Extra Special for Turkish Toweis regular 39c 4 nn 1 .UU each, four for. " : All $1.50 grade L. D. S. .... Garments for r flfl (1I iUU 1 i- -- Dollar Day $2.t0..,.0liUJ and ends of Corsets, valut to $3 Odds 4Qc Curtain Nets and Scrims, values to 75c, 4 Alt Syardsfof........ )liUU Eeds, $1X3 Misses' Long White Silk Gloves, 4 pair ....$1,00 for Black and White Sateen Bloomers, 75c and $L00 values, two for . . . $1X3 Fancy Dress Voiles, values to 60c yard, 4 Afl 4 yards for.. 91 U Rubber Aprons, values to $1.75.... $1,00 Sea Island and American Batts, 45c value, f it $1.00 three for New Tissues, 59c yd value, v.r.: INDESTRUCTIBLE PEARL BEADS No lovelier gems are made than the pearl beads. Values to $12.50. For Tuesday only One lot Newest Bags, just 4 flfl received; values OhUU to $1.95 to Val3? Hanik Children's White sizes 4 to 2, for Fruit of the Loom $1.00 brie, 35c value, 5 U. S. A. Nainsook, colors, 39c value, 1 Aft 4 yards for. $3.95 ft Qi ft vlilJ jidies'B.V. D.s, (J! C4 Muslin Gowns, S1.C3 pair for. . . V I iw J values to $2.50, for Novelty A( -J ... 0 ft ....... value, 7 1 . FANCY SILK SXIRTTNGS Values to $5.25 for Values to $8.75 M:......$1.00 4 DaSbo ATTENDING IT - Ladies' Hose, 25c 01 !i 3 Ii, DoUr ft hlJ Fancy Ratine for (M Dresses, yard .... 0 1 S1.S5 Towel Crash, 15c M.fUl for. V I UU value, 10 yards : I 1 " $1.50 values, nultitudte of inquisitorial gymnastics that mark practically 2very official "probe," and when it was all over, everyone 3aid it was splendid and then promptly went to sleep. The a pressing ponucai isssuu, anil being no longer neea asNow we have it bobbing up was aside and' set forgotten. ' to upset the busi- set and all forces the primed again, with .... ., i me puouc: ness conditions ot the country, cureiy, uifl? xime ii took the matter in hand to put an' end, once and for all, to this perpetual economic menace. Regardless of whether men in high tariff, low tariff, tariff for revenue only, or believe ' no tariff at all, certainly they must unite in the conviction that mingling tariff with politics is as vicious as it is trous. When all is said and done, tariff schedule advocates always are selfish. They fight for their own interest, mere mav not be much amiss with this because in the last analysis, II V obedience to intelligent sellisnness means service to uie ma. s' The danger comes when selfishness is armed with a f f -- 'ilitical black jack. By all means get the tariff question out " ) ofpolitics. at Georgette and. Crepe do Cilsne wai5ib Suedette Gloves, $1.25 and the usual , GRG IVDS ; SLOP. 3 :' " " Bottles-M- UM very line of employment and to the public welfare. There is nothing novel in this thought. The national ariff commission, at great expense to the country, studied reports, made recommendations and went through UU Li--J t'. ...... S1.C3 1 . WHITE IVORY Sets, Brushes, Manicure Picture Frames, Perfume i' ii Wl nV 1 04 5lTvaJulM Sheets, $1.39 value, I be tariff is an intermittent disease that it appears if not 'vith every session of conirress. certainly with every change values, Dotted Dress Swiss, $1.W values to $3.75 J K LZJ Sotff s and Runaerj,. 76e three for F -A Ml for Silk Sashes, 51 JET TARIFF OUT OF POLITICS. iiV and rornnratloTi. TNW U C.arv htaA nf- rri w.. IT S fttal r iii l i j Steel , .resident of the American Iron and Institute, puts i nuch thought into few words when he states that revision of nn! nil Values to $6.75. Jersey and TafleU. hs ie h-- v- I JUDGE A SALE BY THE BUYING CROWDS i-- two-fift- Y. mn tm hi m Published liy The Herald Company. AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAT. EVERT 1 HERALD JUI73 W, ir2. KO-TOA- yards for. ...... $1.00 . Hadley Unbleached ing, 36 inches wide, ...giiuu 6 Cam- - Sheet4 ft ft liUU yards for.... : ; nnm I House Dresses, 95c value, two for HAIR NETS Double Mesh-2-0 and Single for $1.00 $1.00 ( i joi-ity- f!,!I?J!',i,!r?T!!I! !"!! MM witMHHU liill!iiii tiwi -- t S SEVFK TMATlTRAi; CRAVINGS. Dr. Daniel Russell Hodgdon, authority on the science of dietectics, believes every housewife should examine the menu she prepared for friend husband, and see if it contains the seven natural cravings of a healthy appetite. These are summed up as a bulky food, a muscle building food, a fat live food, an acid food, a salt food, a sweet food, Md finally asabs-fiod food. The seven cravings, says the doctor, should be THW pvcry d&y For srutfance of our queens of the kitchen, bulk comes in bread, potatoes, cabbage, and other vegetables. Fish, egp and cheese are muscle builders, olive and other oils are fats, while vinegar covers the acid department. Salts are salts and sweets are sweets, so that no explanation is needed, and which thus we reach the seventh requirement, the live food, All meats. rare clams or or as food such oysters raw means inw nrA rinubtless enlightening.. The Vina nmvided his bit to the sum Wtai OI useful knowledge. May we now look for some doctor of econ omics to come forward with the seven requirements w eiwwe t ootiafv thp natural aDDetite and yet remain out of the bankruptcy court. Perhaps it will require the seventh De in- son of a seventh son to provide the answer, it will coal the ; tvo nnnr flpvils who are sweating in pnal is needed and then thrown out of work when the supply is thought sufficient, to read during their idle moments, ana so improve men table tojuo keep . he their overworked wives ought to put on the a glimpse oi family in proper trim. Surely Dumas had and noble lady, rich that caused when, in Les AUserables, he to give and suffering, of poverty abject stirred by the sight mania in her generosity to the great French derelict, golden . .ri YOUR GAS MAN v,ia im, u, cure set. i SAVE MONEY BUY FOR CASH It ras were sold at tb corner grocery like other lngs, would it b cheaper? Yes. Seed. By trying oah on and carryln. your jrjta with, you, you could get a tig bag fuU for a panny. And (or a dollar well, we leare it to late Used gas range, styles. Bates Stores Co. BARGAIN CHATS WITH T--Y You are losing money on less you trade with the Wasatcn LOST Society Editor, Ethel Duckett AH society news Bhould be telephoned to The Herald of fice, 'phone 95. SPRINGVILLC I SOCIETY SPRING VI LLE, June 17. Miss Meldfc Marble was hostess to the tf months' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mont John Kin. Miss Lota Vendenhall, University of Utah student, la home for summer vacation. Miss Julia Allemaa is , spending her vacation at home after a half year's work in the Jordan district . "v schools. Mr. and Sirs. Jack Bowen left last week for Kansas City, Mo., to make their home. tf Produce. Check for 12.50. Reward. Return to Herald office. tf LOST per cent off at Bates Stores, this week only. ALL baby carriages 20 MIDVALEHS of tbe best pitchers in the league together, Murdock versus The former fanned an even dozen, while Beckstead struck out but two. However, Murdock was safely hit once more than LOSE Beck-stea- m to ill MIDVALE. June M'Letty" Beck-stea- 'In the second Inning Heber ran wild on the base lines, combining hits with Mldvale errors to the tune of seven runs. That in itself was enough to win the game. Fraughton distinguished himself la the second by making two safe hits. A. Murdock landed on the ball for a Excepting for the one inning Beckstead twirled winning ball. The score and summary: HEBER. Mur-dock- 's pitching and hitting com-- . bined with one bad Inning (or Mid-vaWESTERN BUILDING AND LOAN to take a game from the e makes easy installment loans. No Smeltermen, and pushed the crew still farther down the waiting tor your turn. See Provo Consolidated Real Estate. league .ladder. Friday's game here brought two FOR SALE Or will lease to right modern home LOST Book, "The Young Ameri party, new wun basement. 157 S. 7th W. can Speaker." Return to Herald le Mid-val- Etude club at her home Thursday evening of last week and the following program was given: "QuesBut that isn't the most intions on Hadyn," by Miss Leone fun The teresting thing. "Success of Great Masters," Holt; office. would commence when you FOR SALE Dodge touring car, by Miss Tess Uines; piano selec"Now use to the tried gas. AB.R, H.O.A. run: 9000 miles, S450 cash. Call FOR. SALE tions, by Mrs. Mary Mower and Gates super-trea- d 4 1 0 .... it Montgomery, that I have it " you would Miss Helen McKensie. Clans work 226 Earl Duke. E. 4th S. Phone tires; low prices. Clay son Auto Giles, ct 4 and roll call followed. Refresh 73 1 W. Tire Co. say, "what am I going to do 2 3 1 4 Nelson. 2b ments were served. with it?" And immediately 2 4 0 lb Fraughton, left last Mrs. A. L Raymond FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms. FOUND Bunoh of keys. Owner 4 1 1 13 1 you would discover that you can get same by paying for this Stanley, c week for San Francisco to visit her 165 N. 3rd W. Phone 2P4-4 1 1 1 I (I If Sweat, had bought the wrong thing; ad. Apply Herald office. daughter, .Mrs. Louise Stoddard. 3 1 0 1 1 C. Murdock. ss Mr. and Mrs. Joseph CrandaU that it was gas service you FOR SALE Immediately, house- FOR RENT 2 nice' housekeeping Bonner, 3b 2 1 0 0 4 If have returned to Tabiona after a wanted and not a bag full of hold furniture, in good condition. 1 2 1 0 I U rooms, and bedroom. 191 S. 3rd A. Murdock, p abort visit with the former's 331 S. 3rd W. W. Phone 523-J- . gas. Mrs. Elizabeth Crandall. mother, 33 8 7 27 15 Totals Mrs. Hapllona Hunt of Snowflake, FOR SALE Used coal range; a There is a big difference. brown-rimeLOST Pair FOR MIDVALE. RENT Modern lady's glasses, of housekeeping the her sister, Ariz., is guest bargain. Bates Stores Co. AB. R.H.O.A. uncased, between Strand rooms; also typewriter. 60 E. Mrs. Malissa Messinger, and other Gas without service is ot theater and 3rd S., on Univ. Ave. 4th N. 4 0 1 1 1 rf Bateman, SALE-Sun-dBut to use ried little anyone. gas TO.R brick. 8 per Reward. Return to 40 W. 3rd S. -.Mron'ii jv p 4 1 1 0 3 ss Wallbeck, thousand. Penrod & Nelson 'Co with service is a necessity. STENOGRAPHER wishes position. Rasmussen, cf ..... 6 0 1 0 0 were in Provo Sunday as guests Phone 782-J-Call at 176 W. 3rd N. 4 1 1 0 " One is mere vipor; the other, Stauffer, If of Mr. Smart's father. FOR SALE Threa automobiles, 4 2 2 2 3b General Schmitt, fuel clean, efficient, reliCluff, Harvey Attorney absolutely good condition; newly FOR RENT CHICKENS bought, sold or traded. 1 1 2 7 4 3b house, Steadman, were at children and partly guests overhauled; must be sold quickly. ableready when you want it, (wife 1 16 I 0 847 W. Center. Phone 699. 5 and lb Peterson, newly modern, paintpapered the D. C. Johnson home Sunday. inquire Provo Tailoring Co. where you want it. 3 0 0 3 1 ed; Just the thing for a young Beckstead, p 'Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Packard and 4 0 0 3 1 Apply 395 N. 3rd W or Vincent, c Mrs. W. H. Harrison spent Sunday LOST Large size Parker fountain FOR f ALE Registered Jerseys. couple. You speak of street car 362J. on in desk left phone pen; in Salt Lake. postoffice Call 413-J- . Totals Reward for return to J. S. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lambson lobby. ......37 5 8 27 H' service, telephone service, FOR SALE Household furniture: Score i and children of Helper visited rela-by Brattan, Belmont Apts. innings: train service, mail service. MONEY TO LOAN on farms, 8 per I . . 010 030 010- -5 dresser, bed, office Mldvale tives here Sunday. cent interest. Phone 688. J12tf desk, centerwardrobe, Why not gas service? That's 070 010 00- -i Beat club entertained pOR SALE New electric hotplate, table, kitchen table, Heber The Alpha what you buy, use ad pay chairs. range, hot blast at the home of Mrs. b. C. Whittakerl 2 burners, J25. 627 W. 1st N. Summary: Errors oMntgomery, NO HUMAN BEING ever lost one heater cottage organ. All in good Satnley, Bonner 3, Schmitt, Becfor. Friday of last week in honor of out-cent of principal or interest on conaition. inquire 395 N. 3rd W, kstead. Vincent. bit Two-basKOirs officers. The president. Mrs. FOR SALE Airedale pups 456 N. Three-basany real estate loan that I have or phone 362J. hit Mm" Fraughton. Utah Valley Gas & D. P. Brinton. was presented with a 2nd E. made in the last 30 years. These dock. Double plays A. Murdock W silver spoon, and Mrs. Mark Cook land Mrs. M. R. Straw were pre FOR SALE Large solid oak china mortgages draw 8 per cent Interest MARRY IF LONELY For results, Nelson to Fraughton. Stolen base Cofe Company net to you. Large and small mort Mldvale 6, Heber 1, Hits-- on sented with flowers. Refreshments closet, cheap. Phone 509-iry me; nest and most successgages for sale all the time. W. H ful "Home Maker'; hundreds rich Murdock 7, off Beckstead 8. Base were served and a musical program wish marriage soon: strictly confi on balls Off Murdock 6, off was given by Mrs. Mary Whitney, WANTED Experienced salesman; Ray. house to house work. Call Ralph dential; most reliable; years exper stead 2. Struck out By Murdoci 'Mrs. Nick Bird, Miss Virginia Whit-take- r WAR VETERAN BUR 160. NOTISE The Daniel' Auto Wheel ience; descriptions free. The Suc -, by Beckstead 2. Hit with pitch Young. U1 E. 3rd N., evenings. and Miss Lets Boyer. and Body Shop has moved to new cessful Club." Mrs. Nash, Box 556 ' ed halls By Beckstead 1, by MuUrn Alva Zabriskie. Mrs. Dwieht SALEM, June 19. About twenty . rdock 1. .. Oakland. Csi. Packard and Miss Dora Coffman FDH SALE OR TRADE Blade, location at 67 N. 1st W, Provo. members of the Spanish Fork were viators In Salt Lake, Sunday. " taker touring ear; would, .take American Legion post, commanded with famous Mrs. Claude 6mitn entertained l.iaae smalt iws or a musical lastru- - RUGS CLEANED Hamilton Beach electric carpet by Commander John BL Booth, came the 8. P. dub Friday afternooa of .ment as part pas. Apply after 5 . THERE IS NOTHING J20 washer. Removes grease spots, to Salem Wednesday afternoon to last week at the home of her P- - m. 364 E. End 8. . restores faded colors. A . . etc.; Charles stains, Sanord. , uru V , UNDER THE SUN attend the military funeral of Peter color chetn of pink and white was BIG AUCTION SALE Three 'auto- - Cleaned on your floor or taken former service man, used throughout the rooms and In I mobiles garage supplies, tires, away. Abidscov, Satisfaction guaranteed; that protects you more from whose death June 11 was due to the three-cours- e luncheon. Baskets spark plugs, tubes, battery euip- - prices reasonable. Phone 42-the summer's troubles than being gassed in France in the of pink roees formed the center- - merit ana accessories, Saturday, WANTED Mrs. 155 N. E. Ave. June won world war. at Uaiv. 24, Lewis Clerg ice. Be sure that clear crys Dressmaking. Amy the, pieces. Wstklns. 359 N. 6th W. Tbe young soldier has been com- honor at progressive "500." Miss tal block is always reposing mended for bis bravery. Mrs. Eli Alia Sanford assisted, in serving. MASON GLASS JARS 60 cents a dosen; used but in good condi- FOR SALE Dairy farm close to the old ice box, safeguardiM Taylor sang "Face to Face.' At the Mrs. Bailey Hughes of Spanish Fork Provo; will take home with small tion; also (two oal heeiera for grave in 8alem cemetery full mili- was dub guest your health and comfort E. Phone Mr. and Mrs. Nephi GWhlll and sale. 194 N. acreage in Provo, bal. 10 yrs. at 6 tary honors were given under the per cent. Call Herald office. direction of John E. Booth, of Span- niece. Miss Thelma Wanlees, and PROVO ICE AND COLD ; ish Fork. Tbe mother of Che young Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oakley visited RENT FOR Two 4th numLOST ftunoh or and at of Saltair 3rd Lake a for been furnished Salt widow a STORAGE hero has Thursday large Veys.on I ber of years. She hod three sons, evening of last week. housekeeping rooms, modern, South, fceL Univ. Ave. and 8th Mrs. Chester Johnson has return- - West Return to Provo Consoll with sleeping porch. 19Q S. 5th W. two of whom were called to serve Phone 508. 9 ed to Richfiald, Idaho, after a four dated Real Estata. their country. your Imagination. three-bagge- 3 r. 3(1 n12 1(1 mi 3 I . J. 3 9 d, 9 l. 9 SAMUEL446.KOPP Lowest Prices, Phone WEEK ENDING JUNE 24, 1922. 780 10 lbs. Sugar q. 48-l- b sack Patent Hour 460 West Center. 'iti w sack MiU Run sack Rolled Oats lb sack Cracked Wheat sack Corn Meal sack Germade . , 4 lbs. Sweet Potatoes 5 lbs. New Potatoes 5 lbs. Wax Omons 100-l- b 9-- w 9-- lb 9-- lb go 9-- lb jJ 2 lbs. Figs .V ' ' 5 cans Apricot Jam real bargain Gallon size can Pumpkin Large size can Asparagus Sure-Jell-t- ry 1 1 I e. 3 e' 0 ; 0 1- 0 Jl-1- 6 fts. Prunes Certo" 0 9 a bottle Pint Mason Fruit Jars, per dozen. Quart Mason Fruit Jars, per dozen,.,; Mason Jar Caps, per dozen . ; 2 dozen Fruit Jar Rubbers '": 2 lbs. Parowax 9 lhB Pacific Nut Butter (oleo) . ,SS ' ;' . . iVTX :iu JgJ Read and Use Want Ads 3 rt 387-N- 1 0 'Ik? .