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tm r 1 vseetie tsMr :afJ a aer c.- - -- -' n yi i - - ran volxxxvt PKOVO, UTAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1922. rw i I & t! 21' ThoTc "sir ttlfht UTAH ILd iL unsettle Wsanseeey what cooler north pert! en. PRICE TWO CZ5s3.fr - J3) mm CjlorsJ i i nrrn(rr nf riTr II LAI A l. r JiiMfo Hoop II M JJl I run" IW UCI ION CIEI 7vi' ffliriOIUS Ulll ? PWS Guardsman C if ; . I. Mia Tells ofDaflory&'fa'tt'Jciij CjlJ uJ w SCOFISLD, the ordinary and eamrees Btsldof -- twtttt jtc-rr- 1 the fMUM t sotffcn r- - ' t fct m ft jet ""t it k. ortt. throtiClKMt car tad tut cai taw rc- -f C- B ff -l .U of i-- - -- iDo--f-";- i V r I r--t "fis : f -- 35 t ft r tu ' . r5ai i ft r r Mi.. , ; r 1 tat h t -tofcer vr r Ui Jc- - to x J.; tat t I by LtetT5 Mentart 4 ) tritr rfcht om tv f - t ; lt "Tlnk". anbefiL meetlat ri tut .LMt iCrtt h lrrWf ir ' iil UT-je- Mr2. i ': t-- ty 4Mek ndoratood iwfttir to pwafciwM, Wte-te- r ROY PRICE. (Juarten and pouwd out M Roy Price won the sixth grade pJlOOl Of f0bl,.'djP' feodal awarded iV 'the pTOTO Elks M ta the let of club to rtd." Wfeto k the child of that grade who jpori&f th wind in tb fatter, tl the beet essay on would write returned troni' Mouse of tb lady "What the Americas Flae Means to Pnmary picnic. m ej,vsmnmam '3D sin ocoqi 'rtns cum laadle," or gradua tion with rreat honor in connection wltlt hls Ph. D. degree In pbvslcs and mathematie is the hapt re Fredrick N, Dixon, representing sult of tb scholastic labors of papers, and running Community .Service Incorporated, Verne carrying Knudsen, sos of 'Mr. and errands for his mother, set to work announces that the leaders,' recreaon his essay. What he produced is tion classes will be conducted every Mrs. Andrew Knvdsen of this city. as scholarly as it is patriotic, which Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and at the University of Chicago. Dr. Kncdsen's thesis was on the is saying much for the composition, Friday, afternoon and at subject, '.'The Sensibility of the Ear evening, stinted In The Daily Herald, along the B. Y. U. men's gymnasium. to Small Differences of Loudness wttft the eerenth and eighth grade The afternoon classes wm start and Pitch," the latter part of the winners last Thursday. June 2, at o'clock. Thursday, jwork being done In cooperation U was after Roy had been awera- i cusses win stair with Dr. George KT. Shambangh, the ed the medal and had won the flag Monday equine evening, June 2, t t otolariBt In America. The lor ai scnooi, ine Jtaeser, uai ne o'clock. Both classes will meet four marched up to the presiding officer times a .week for ten consecutive paper baa attracted mucn attention. and has been read, by Invitation, of the Elks lodge, in charge of the periods. before the American Physical soProve Flag day exercises, and said: The course will include instructhe American Otologlcal soI "I tope shall always be worthy tion and practice In social, folk, ciety, tbe ied. From th., looks of tUngs, Chicago Otologlcal society ciety, however, moot of them hate tery of our Cag!" rhythmic, athletic and other recreathe Chicago Physics club. It That expression drew from Vere tive games. Special attention will and Utile nop of less than 45 or 60 has also been reviewed In a popular L. McCarthy, the Salt Lake orator, b given to individualistic days. . line, article recently published in the and Mors funs are turned In every tills ae: circle, group games, adaptable Scientific American. "With boys like that growing op to variees ages and loratlona. day and Capote Brahwd 4s custDr. Knudeea did bin grade work we wot lactd fear for arseed in this an Some ttmeerin be given to child m the Provo city schools odian erer . interesting and his tare." of America fa (he ses al as can be f;and in the state peychology of play, pointing oat the high school end college work lead-la- g of Utah. educational and social value of the Brreral urns are still to the bachelor's degree at the MtRIPT TKC A LOAD. out, aocordiftg to the opinion of the right kind of games and their Brigham Toung university. He has officer. Some of these will be adaptability according to age' and been offered positions by the Gen Sheriff Jobs 0 Boyd and Depety given np within' the next tew day eral Bleetrie company of New York as a malt of the treatment given Karl Coabatw this morning motored The course will include from 75 and by the university of Southern the Greek whose rifle was found to SaK Lake with a group of pas- to 100 song, rhythmic, and folk located at Los Angela. California, MeCor-mtcJames ot laotadiag the sengers, camp also As indoor and a prisoner outdoor dances; Sunday. Dr. and 'Mrs. Knudsen will spend G. Peterson, and games of varied types. Presto he has bees made to work, cleaatag e summer Auditor Clifford more I or Wright There will be no tuition fee but Count; np the camp. A score The nheriff dropped Mr. Mccor- all those who take the course will and Ogden. Greeks have been watching him alSalt Lake Jhll where be expected to give a reasonable a't the mick every day since his arrest, though they hate not been per- he Is wanted in connection with Mnoant ot time as recreational mitted to talk with him; Justice tome alleged bad checks; Mr. leaders to tbe church, neighborhood A Oil DIES Johnson has had the time ot his Peterson at the state capltol, where or community in general. life bossing the prisoner ind mak- he is wanted to look after some These courses are especially deing him "get In and dig." The highway duties, and Mr. Wright at signed for recreational leaders in lesson is said to have struck home the road commission office where clubs, churches, societies, Mutual PAYSON, June 20. Mrs. Per- with the Greeks, several ot whom he, too, was wanted. Improvement associations, Sunday mellia Kathryn Amos, wife of John are ready to turn in their weapons. schools, Primaries and Religion Amoe, died at the family home yesOn account of the heavy guard Classen. All tbOHe who are interested will terday morning after seven weeks duty and the natrolllng of such a meet at the place and time above of suffering from stomach trouble. large territory, the battery has had ' little time for drill. There nasi Further information may Mrs. Amos was one of Payson's this specified. been very little idleness in thel .The county commission be secured tnrouh W. C. Bradford, beBt beloved women, being always Dr. F. W. Dixon, or Miss Vilate Pler-pon- t ready and willing to help and assist camp; every private and most 01 morning uwraw w the sergeants have been on con' the road from the lower county at the Chamber of Commerce. those who were in need. She was it possessed of a sunny disposition slant duty since their arrival. With road to Geneva beach, making and always made one feel happier the coming of additional troops, the one of the most easily and comfor haviDg visited her. boys are looking forward to a much fortably reached resorts in the POSTOFHCE Mrs. Amos was the daughter of needed rest. county. John and Minerva Ann Richardson Bathing starts at Geneva Friday, Taps are soundng at 10 o'clock and was born in Roanoke, Va., Feb. now instead of 9:15 as at first. two rows ot bath houses have been 4. 1843. She was married to John 8ome of the boys forget themselves built, with a long pier separating WIVTEROUARTERS , June 20. Ii i. - tifcvoAiwiiw, . uMu J ioc7 w onaivu iovi. and the military etiquette and the men's dressing rooms from the Six hundred- dollars were ajiuus stolen embnusert the gospel and came carry on loud conversations after rooms for women. local the afternoon from con1873 Friday to Utan m Mtijt coming direct The Provo band will give a taps. A tellow of that kind, says will postoffice. Sam Daugherty, special I to pay8oB, where they have always Sergeant George Harris, makes the cert tonight at the resort and "omat Fuel Utah the mine guard gne y, survived by her Mgided. best K. p. m the world. furnish the music for the dance tne following chil- peny, is working on the case and!husband Major Gardner is said to have there thin evening. is believed the guilty person dren; W; rurlt W. H. Reece, Mrs. wui Seven The Syncopated suffered quite a shock when Sam found within the camp. All john H- - George W.. all of Payson. Jones came Into headquarters ask- niah the music for next rTiaay will be entrances to the town are closely and Mrg- - Fred Lewis, of ' Spanish ing for some chevron polish for evening's dance at Geneva. guarded and it is impossible for Fork. Beside raising her own fam Justice Johnson. anyone to get away from here with- ilv she took three babies of her CUPID WAS BUSY. Herbert Bailey was in such a out detection. Delia Strong, who died 16 hurry the other morning to get to reports current daughter, According the and has done a mother's at mill ago, license years The marriage for the ready guard duty around over- about the camp, a foreign miner part by tbem. She Is also survived worked office clerk's camp that he put the right legging county came to the postoffice and bought by 16 grandchildren and five greaton the left leg and vice versa. They time Monday Issuing licenses to: several money orders totalling $600. grandchildren, and five sisters. Fork, American B. Nelson, boys say that when he discovered Clyde Immediately after she had made Funeral services will be held Pleasant M. Mayhew, bis mistake after getting on duty and Harriet the money orders, Miss Reece, ' Wednesday at 2 o'clock in the First out he walked d the rest ot Grove. left the room wanl cnMei. roe tune tor fear that the officers Meredith Amos, and Iris Done, clerk at tbe tooffice, nave ten me """ and is said both ot Payson. would detect hia mistake. open. When she returned the quiet investigation. They express Thomas L. Carter, of Provo, and wide Snow Wesley yesterday was the belief it will be only a tew e0O were not to be found. riven a real Job. He travels in the Alice Holdsworth, of Lehl. The loss were reported at once days until the money will be recov-t- o best of company now. He is mountJames R. Ostler and Florence the officers, who are making a ered and the thief apprehended. ed orderly to headquarters. Riches, both of Nephi. nfcrfectly ridiculous for It yw to Dour that win out'' waited the woman. "Mot that I drink any ot it, but everybody around vul know I bad It la my house." "I am mora sorry than you are," reored the Meutenant; 'you, say you don't drink anything like this, ' -" bat I do.H, Sfost ot the boys are begtnH to figure how long they are gofag to stay here.. Sergeant Harris, is counting every day half a dosen times. It it la only going to bo a month all will feel more than satisf18 'Me." Roy, between thinning beets, l i llnrmt , k. POT t!3 H dill w R03BED cross-legge- c:::i un oar Joseph Van Smith uled this morning at bis home in the Pioneer ward, of apoplexy. Mr. Smith was born January XI, 1847, in Salt Lake City, and was one of the first boys to be born In Salt Lake valley ,hix parents having corns with tbe second company of immigrants' to Utah. He came to Provo ia 1M, and was a farmer and fruit grower, and for many years was engaged In the' sawmill business in Provo. He was also a member of the original martial band of Prevo, and was a Black Hawk war veteran. Besides his wife, Mrs. Louise iMsngum Smith, he leaves three Mas, Joseph, of Mexico City, 'Mexico; Ralph, of Seattle, sad James H., of Provo; one daughter, Mrs. Zella Bates of Copperfieid, Ore. He also is survived by three brothers, H aimer, of Los Angelas-- ; William Edward, aad Henry, of Provo, and one sister, Mrs. Eunice Croff, ot Great Falls, Moat. The body ts In charge of the Berg Mortuary. Funeral service will be held Friday at t s'ctook the Pioneer ward meeting hesae. Friends may view the body ct she residence. 772 West Center street, prior to the services. , "You Poor Felle&r Here's Another Ford Story State Superintendent of Schools Jensen has troubles in his office. He told the students of Young summer school so at his noon talk yesterday. This is the way the superintendent put it: The driver of a Packard car ap-- i C. N. TuT-Lir'.:- " review at 1 o'clock in the gymna etum uneer firectioft of Miss Lyle Ltodsty. Tbu will be free to all. a ttCl the vrestUM match and boalnf eeatest erhiek will be staged ee the sued ta the Orove. also at S e'eUk. r.uT "T,.: gates. St. Peter looked at the man's contented face and said, ''No, you have had your heaven on .garth.' "And then came, the driver of a Ford. St. Petes grasped his hand and cried, 'Come on in, you poor fellow, you've had hell enough.' "Well, we drive a Ford at the state superintendent's office." troubles Thel superintendent's come through the difficulty of solving school problems. He didn't tell what all the problems were, but he spoke of .three- - ot the principal ones as follows: 1. How shall we make the populace understand that our greatest business is education? 2. How shall waste be eliminated so that the educational program may be carried out? 3. Has tbe teacher a profession? In discussing these problems. Superintendent Jensen stated that the school children should be train ed in the "three R's," and in the "three FV (fad, fancies, and frills) as far as the people can afford it The "three Fs" are the (Continued on Page Six.) who de ftot attend the ts win be gsae, presented by the Uadoa SeeoadJ ward choir at efeJeefc. It Is called The Merry KataMs' and will be given la the high school auditorium. A Charge will be made for this entertainment. The Arlo quartette of Salt Lake1 will be present and entertain during the rotu Your ; n Per thaee nJ saseMMt If COT- - m g fro, iU. Mi tl ft fZ wd m jr mtJ J. tilCtlitt yard ot Ork. tt wm ot ontil M WFkPpcJ 01 t w&C f tr.e "TteJc"rf tba tb Wtator IS tertbiscL to Ca - fai lake charge o( detail ot ea. I be statir- -1 rt f wlU - Jlr!?- assist In -- the evening! celebratlonday. will parade Mala street The order of the floats tor the Strawberry day. - The Provo fire department will parade will be as follows: Vista of Pleasant Grove. send one Of the large Miaa fcoftto and horsemen trucks to Pleasant Grove, where of every automobile going from fire, started to teat the tire laddies, lint te. Pnivo to Pleaoant Grove WedPher Lftlatte. Spanish priest. will be put out. First hbimmiHm Tie main bce of Provo b sostats nesday - evening ; Boy Scouts r. Herrea, Joseph ant CfclvtB1 win be stationed at the. corner for Cfrawfeem day wtil leave Prove of West Center and rut West after the ProvoermYvfcie baeeba.1 streets to . paste - the straw- game, peeattly nwutls from Ceft-te- r Ptoeeer tleata. handcart. .A neveeiseS), street at 7 o'cloek., berries on the cars. .These Flret go1. The Provo Goy fecal bend also posters may be Obtained, free, iBtertete. at the Chamoer ot Gosnmerce will in Pleasant Grove Wednes First fiawer eerden. headquarters, and will be used day. They witw the Pleasant Grove to make every Provo auto in and Provo bands will make the by ehiMreft, Udustiie Pleasant Grove distinctive bo Pleasant Grove Atmosphere tingle preseht day. Strawberry Coats, children dressPleasant Grove mar kootr bow with music. ed as ftraw-berrstrawberries. bier Provo is boosting y Henry Jones, tride bt Provo wresPresent and day. The posters are tans, will o on the mat at progress, health,future, renreaentin tling wealth, morality, being printedsby the New Century Printing company and are Clark's theater in Pleasant Grove religion and educetios, This at I o'clock Wtdfteeday evening, pageant hat been arranged donated by J. C. Graham. for ft tinishl match with Pete by Prof. Bastmond ot the B T. U At is noon, the best strawberries Tomorrow will be the biggest day Busukoe of San Francisco. Pete of the year W pleasant Grove, has ft victory to his credit over that nature ever provueed. with where the people ot Utah county Jack Reynolds, once the welter plenty of cream and sugar,'' and sandwiches will be served free to hands with pleasant; Grove weight champion ot the world. i !aswers in celebrating the famed Billy Morris the Pep gas aviator, all visitors. Arrangements have , will entertain the 'Strawberry been made to take care of over s.Aberry the ,000 ouH)f-towTo n the people. Wednesday strawberry will crowds with aerial stunts and will be king, queen and anything else carry passenger. The landing field people who wish more substantial Relief society will serve 4 out base food,o the high that you msy feel like .calling will be at the newly their famous chicken dinners . ball diamond in. Pleasant Grove. one the berry. ' Haadreds of Provo people will The following program will be In the high school gymnasium for Ootor to eas2t rof In the carried out at Pleasant Grove Wed' a very nominal charge. During the time when the big "eats" are on wonting and 'aruoon, but the nesday: At 10 ft. m. and at Bight a pa- the bands will entertain the diners'. boosters win !arge crowd of the, Grove ri the geant and parade, depicting the At 1 o'clock races, including rBder towardwhen, led the various stages ef the history of the auto, motorcycle, bicycle and toot Mr evsfting. i Provo band, champions of the state, city, from the time of the Indians races will be staged on Main street, i the auto procession leaves Provo to and Escalante, down to the present which will be followed by a dancing STRAWBERRIES FOR AUTOS A mammoth strawberry poster, printed in three colors, will be pasted on the windshield Tv ,lr. Ttk r " 10 Lieutenant Quarter ari nA"y to Uisg. now nwaetowsi rnaUSs rt fttc3 I -- - ot the streetajr- - to gcaeU - u'L.- in Scofteld, Utah, June II, 113.. Editor Herald: BeUevlaf that. few lines from a snember of Uooai guard la sKeneM woCJ rct ..rVf r . thar ti 1 f? take the liberty .of .Wrjfei r i some of my obiervatioaa IiI ': have come to my attention. In, first place, let me say that as, representative of your valuaUa S paper, N. Gunnar Raemusoo is "Johnny on the Spot," tailing freely with all parties concerned, strikers, operators, public In gaasraL od-cer-s and men of the guard; ate axf will be his reports ot the situation found most reliable. ' ' In the actft nl -- f I will ' - atw th ift T Im 4 uome suiwiy nave apprt uv kindness shown by the tw loosl j paper, the Herald and the Post, la I sending their newspapers free bs ..tithe men In the camp. Now-a- s the cohdaiono. The officers are as fine a set ? men as it is possible to find a& rsaxs wnere, ana ine men oi realising this are more than wlllia to do an that Is asked of them, aad they have all been busy enough since coming here. It has bee work, work, work, mostly all in tbo line ot guard duty, patrolling the J camp, and the roads leading into : and out of camp, searching persons ! snd premises tor weapons, ammonia tion, directing men to the com- - j mandant's headquarters that they might obtain passes into and out of town, permitting no one to enter or laeVe without orders from head- quarters, directing SUB Rh.4hsir J own guns Bad ammanitioh to the J commander Where such things are I token in charge tod receipted for. ;jt has certainty bean gratltyiBS J to sll concerned to see the response t the demand that was mesa scar I cerning the taming in of all guns i) ana ammunition; collection tm m ;j sight worth seeing, I am sure thai ; : the willing response Is almost ; wholly due to the stand take by the officers In charge, which while '1, stern, was influenced by a kindly, charitable feeling and an assurance, that the solders here were not here for the purpose of making trouble, and that bAt to prevent trouble none of the members of the national guard, officers or men, were in any way concerned with the labor situ- tion, its causes, present statue, or 1 outcome, so far as our duty lay ; here, and that our only object was. , t oprotect lite and property (every one's life and property, not aa .! against one class). When this truth ? had penetrated it became an in-- f spiratlon to see the response oa; the part c every striker, tr!!re breaker, mine operator, and the "Icent bystander," people ot all J nationalities, and callings, express- - s ing their thanks, for the fairness and justice which was shown them. ' Now, 1 have known men who have been very much opposed to .'. the sending ot the national guards in circumstances of this kind, and have seen cartoons where the guardsman was pictured as another t enemy of the working nna, classed ; perhaps as the last or the worst; ; but as applying to Scofield and the Utah national guard. I tel that nothing could be further from the truth. I would like to say to the mothers ' and fathers of the boya from Provo ; (on the facesi of some of whom I saw the tears flowink as the outfit ' left town), "Don't worry about the ' lads, they are all right, are in no ) danger, have had no trouble, and expect none; they are under good care, and the best officers in the , country and wilt be well taken care f of, till they return home." "Now in conclusion I want to say that for 16 years I have worn the uniform of Uncle Sam, as a letter ; carrier; and for nearly four years ,) have worn the uniform of the sol- - j dler, when circumstances per- mitted, and am equally proud ot ' both, and on the eve ot my die, charge I want to publicly thanlt Captain James B. Tucker and hia lieutenants for the splendid spirit and examDlea thev have set ta m and the men of the ranks during ' my association with them. ' Respectfully, PVT. ANDREW HARTLEY, Battery C. 145th F. A.. N. O. U. I day. After the game, ft supper will be served by the Relief society worn en in the gymnasium. At 6 o'clock the Boy Scout band will give a concert, as will the local band In the evening. At 7 o'clock the Provo band will y give s concert. The rest of the evening will be spent in visiting the carnival, at tending the big street dance on Main street, etc. -- : , I WUNICieVM. MARKIT The city coattniBsioa has decided to Inaugurate ft municipal market on First East between First North and East Center streets, beginning next Monday. The market will be open from ( until 9 each Monday morning. Farmers and others having fruits and vegetables for sale may offer the mto the public at this market. ; ut v;c:i od I0M3W1C , -- The committee of tbe All women of Provo Interested in Provo parade hadepewdetice day ceiebra ot the city and in ttoa diet In the courthouse last its sanitary progress are invited night, with Chairman E. A Mitchell to attend the' of presiding, John O. Beesley acted meeting Thursday as secretary. the Women's Municipal council, to The following members were be held at tbe council room at 4 present: Sterling Taylor, Mrs. J. W. Mulsh, (Mrs. C. E. Xtw, Hugh p. SB. The chairman of the recreational Ross sad John O. Beesley. It was decided to secure the co survey eoavmlttee will be present to report the results ot that survey operation of all clubs and other or which Is certain to be of interest ganizations, assigning to each a part of tbe parade and making that to Provo women. responsible for that Every woman ta the city has been organization invited, and urged, to join the much of the program. The Sorosis club is to be asked Women's Municipal council and thus contribute her individual effort to furnish the Goddess of Liberty la the council's cooperate endeavor float; the Nineteenth Century club, to mae Provo the moat beautiful Columbia; the stake Relief society, and most sanitary city In the wet. Utah; American Legion, flag and Tbe suggestions and help of all escort; the martial band, "The women are needed In tbe civic pro- Spirit of 78," and the merchants of gram the council hopes to under- of the city trader7 the direction artbe Chamber of Commerce, will take in the future. The time: 4 o'clock Thursday range floats representing the manufacturing, milling, mining and disafternoon: The place: The Women's Munici- tribution; tbe railroad men are to furnish the transportation float, pal council rooms. and tbe farm bureau is to be asked to have a production float. iios of mm The Provo chapter of the AmeriA camp fire left br fishermen on can Legion will take over the WedNebo creek Sunday started a forest nesday night dances at the armory fire which burned over four acres, until Battery C returns from Carand which threatened many other bon county. The legion will send acres of forest lands, according to Forest Supervisor W. W. Blakeslee, of Nebo forest. Supervisor Blakeslee and Forest isen of springville , hur Ranger fire Sunday noon, and rled to . the . . , the dance profits to the battery boys in camp for their mess fund. This Wednesday evening the Harmony Four of Salt Lake will be an added attraction at the armory dance, promising excellent music and a good time. had spread through the forest. "I want to warn every person FOREST HANJROMD who goes into the national forests to be more careful about starting Wallace M. Riddle, formerly as fires," Mr. Blakeslee said . "Camp fires must be stamped out before sistant supervisor here of the Nebo forest, has been promoted in the they are left." forestry service, and not7 is supervisor of the Powell foreBt. with headquarters at Wldtsoe, Utah. Mr. Riddle left for his new home last Thursday. Walter M. Campbell, formerly PAYSON. June 19. The local supervisor of the Boise ((Idaho) chapter of the Daughters of the Pio- forest, has been transferred from neers held their first regular meet-la- g Boise to Provo, where he will be Friday afternoon In the First assistant to Forest Supervisor W. ward chapel with President Julia W. Blakeslee. c.Mr.. Campbell arBarnard Hancock In charge. The rived In Provo this morning to asfollowing program was given: sume his new duties. Singing. "Come, Come, Ye aSints"; COUNTY ROAD ROUTED. talk, "The Purpose of the Organization." by Mrs. Aurora Nebeker Wil The county commission Monday son; solo. "The Songs My Mother Used to Sing to Me"; reading, decided to route the county road, "Whistling in Heaven." (Mrs. Lucy which is to be paved this summer, Maycock Dixon; Ulk, "How to Pre from Benjamin to Spanish Fork pare History of the Pioneers," Mrs. along the center line, and not Matilda Douglass Dixon; duet, through Leland, as at first reported. Erma Hill and Ethel Frlsby; piano Paving the road with bitullthlc is solo. Miss Irma Reece; benedic to be started this week, the road tion, Mrs. Mary Fairbanks Brown. be'ng finished before tall. w a 1 I ' 1 .NIELSON GOES TO CANADA 'Swen O. Nielson left Monday tor Salt Lake City. Mr. Nielsoa. Woolf, o Salt i accompanied by J. bake, exiaember of the Canadian parliament, will leave tomorrow for. Canada. Tbe trip will be made by way of uuvio, iiviwuw suiui uita K s4iBt muf Lethbridge, Alberta.