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!: The Herald will bt sent yfru mail during your summer vacation if you tend summer address to Ths Herald office. by VOL. J XXXVII. NO. 16. W D TM 1J4 AIL Y HEIR ALD ' ma BO DOE JIT 3 0000 Ml. HEALTH Ship Ahoy! What Ship's This? IS 8100.000 FIRST STEP TO FOR SIICC ESS Good health. Strawberries, cream and cake. and roses will be placed on board Mastery of the tools of educa the "Hero Special" carrying 150 tion. I June 21 GROVE, pLEASANT ., . . . r I ' ;. uwu More than 10,000 people from every disabled soldiers on their way to lnciuamg a the convention Disabled the of state Attended of the the lection generous attitude toward interna rrt annual Utah Strawberry day World War Veterans at San Fran tionalism. Cisco. due The is in train Provo went away eld here.' Everyone Vocational training. 3 o'clock. The lully satisfied that from new on Friday morning at How to wisely use leisure time. Strawberry day to Pleasant Grove train wa scheduled to be here Fri straw-ierrle- s day afternoon at which event it Free recces. assured an Righteousness i with coupled were ffrea away during the would have made a stop here for went away fed hail att hour. Since then the sched- strength. ntlre day and 'all Are the above qualities desirable. moot : delicious ' straw-terrie- s ule baa been changed and the train ip on the ft raised anywhere in - the will arrive half a day earlier than In his lecture before the students . was i of anticipated. rorid. Young university pn Wednesday, . Representatives from the various Supt. G. N. Child of the Salt Lake f The climax came in" the evening organizations City schools eaid Vbett more than 600 people , in civic and fraternal they were, and (bout 85 automobiles came from will be present at the train tomor- he set them forth as the educa cerY " ' Provo, headed by the famous Provo row morning, although It is not tlonal objectives of Utah. Mr band. At the arriTal here the band tain that, the boys will be up at that, Child exnreMoi! Superintendent ind the Provo visitors formed into time. At a meeting this forenoon the thought that success in enparade, marching and counter-archin- st the office of the Chamber of deavor depended largely on the over Main street, after Commerce it was decided that rep- purpose of the endeavor. Failure' khich under the direction of C. R resentatives of the city should be often comes through lack of clear Bradford of the Community Service at the train, even though the boys vision of aims. Too many people not would be up, are working without a burning bureau, they sang several snappy purIn answer to a telegram sent to lonis instilling lota of life' and pose. Happiness, too, depends on James Barrle, in charge of the aim and Ln in tn purpose. uk In speaking of educational obFifty cases oi? berrle had been "Hero Special," inviting the boys tomorof to the he the guests city Provo for the gerved delegation jectives in Utah. Sunerintendent id these were served in the grove row, Mrs. L. C. Potter, state presi- Child said they were not so differ Service Star the dent of Legion, concert Provo allowing the by the ent here from what they were in teleland. Mayor O. EL Hansen of has received the following other places. The objective should from Colorado Springs: Provo expressed his satisfaction at gram take into consideration not only "Many, many thinks, dear Serv- the future but the needs of nresent feeing so many Provo people pres LN ent and ice Star, for your appreciated in assisting their neighbors to day and the immediate future. the north in making a success of kind invitation to stop at your city Objectives in education, the f hour, but we have changed speaker He urged It's a gob carrying fcls boss. Secretary of the Navy Denbv. ashore at Strawberry day. LM believed, could not be beater cooperation between the our itinerary, to leave here tomor standardized. They are not the 8aa Diego. CaL, after Denby Inspected the naval base there from as larious communities in the county row morning at 2 o clock, passing same today that they were twenty trplaotk lad state, expressing the fact that through Provo about 3 o'clock Fri years ago, and will not be the the all 111 would morning. Otherwise, day benefit from the progsame twenty yeara hence. Three ss attained by each community. boys would have found much pleas fundamental things, he thought God ure in blesa you." accepting. Five cases of prize strawberries should be considered in determin Following this morning s meeting ing on what onated by the Tomlinson brothers, commander of the the need9 of objectives should be: .; . , he leading berry growers in the Mart Roylance, society, of the American the needs of present-daCham-- r local chapter to were the ounty, given the LN and individual, of Commerce of Provo to be Legion and chairman of the meet- the ability to do things well. E. S. ing, sent another telegram to Mr. listributed by Secretary The dual purpose of the school Barrle at Grand Junction. The tele-gr- a is to contribute linckley as he sees fit to the welfare of .n .. ,. mreads: .,... .,. "We greatly appreciate the. group and 'develop the ' American Service, . Legion, star, of Provo business men Individual. The Individual has a n this our first annual Strawberry and other civic and fraternal organ- right to liv in a social group that strawto are izations going put lay," said Mayor Junius A. West will permit the most complete deif this city. "The action of the berries, cream, cake, and flowers velopment of his personality. tomorrow on morning." Society must not your tram 'rovo people in bringing their Infringe on the Small bouquets containing about band to our city without any rights of the individual, nor the are roses each dozen a half commH-eebeing s to our celebration individual on the rights of society. ipense prepared this afternoon by the In referring specifically to edubespeaks the true spilrt of Service Star of the members Legion and had opened our eyes, cational objectives, Superintendent dosei dis one of to to the each be given uch a is necessary for the Child referred first to good health. 3 regress spirit and upbuilding of Utah abled soldiers. He the unfortunate physiat the Those meeting cal deplored of the young manhood present ounty. If it was practised more showing Mrs. C. L. were Potter, represent of America as out in milijenerally instead of the narrow Star; Mrs. Marietta tary training. brought He felt that stuthe whole county ing the Service factionalism Relief Women's tould be just like one great big Beesley, of the dents should be so carefully trainMrs. C. E. Maw, of the Wom- ed In bty, which is as it should be. we Corps; caring for their health that T. en's Joseph council; Municipal to have a toothache would 'be lookthat all of the lincerely trust bties in the county have learned a Fairer of the Elks, LeRoy Dixon ed upon as a disgrace. and Sterling Taylor of the Klwanis, lesson from, the The mastery of the tools of eduIew Elmer of the Bert Rotary, Whipple us by Provo and tSat cation, such as; reading, writing, rom now on we will all work unit-- Jacobs of the American Association arithmetic, and a reasonable effiof the S. E. Hinckley in the use of the English Jdly for a bigger and better Utah of Engineers, Chamber of Commerce, and Mart ciency was advocated, although Jounty." language of the American Legfn. I James D. were not aDsoiuteiy essential Thorne, general chair- - Roylance tney Chairman Roylance appointed to an education In the broader or the Strawberry flay ana Mrs. Harriet Kelly and her baby are fingerprinted in a New Tork tian of the Wasatch club. the following committee to repre significance of the term. Physicians at that hospital hereafter will follow this procedure hospital. Inder whose auspices the celebra- - sent the various civic and fraternal of new born babes. In good citizenship, the to prevent any possible mix-uTraining lon was staged, 1 more than organizations tomorrow morning at speaker held, is necessary today as the depot: Bert Whipple and Lynn- never before. with the success of the America must be (leased and states that plans for Sutton of the Rotary, sterling Tay- internationally minded; and young the Ash of Claude worth and lor must know something of GAS WAR STARTS AS SPANISH FORK ROTARY year's celebration will he Mrs. L. C. Potter, Mrs. people Kiwanis, than their own. (ext immedaitely. 'Mrs. J. W. other government was also Vocational first Strawberry day "was Priscllla Swenson and Star: training Frank Service In education, essential an greater success than we had Huish of the C. deemed NAMES COMMITTEES CONCO Potter and Mart but the loped for," said Mr. Thorne. "Nat Dunn, Dr. L. speaker would not make the American of Legion, Roylance rally there are many things that every high school a vocational le have learned in this celebra- - and LeRoy Dixon and E. S. Hinck school. of Chamber the Commerce, of ley RETAIL anHELD Ion which we will nrofit by SPANISH FORK. June 22. PerHe called attention to the fact we intend! Representatives of other organlza- that individuals bad more leisure The manent commitees for the ensuing lnted ,fter" ttwiA trutov than avAf Kofnra In thA putT;er for nexTyes coition. Hnw tn .dnritto ' what promises to be a "gas" war year's work were announced at the ration are more elaborate than noon. ,i.fn e present and, we will do all In time must looms up ahead for this city,with Spanish Fork Rotary club meeting leisure young people for f LEAVES FOR BERKELEY. in the Tuttle tea room Monday be considered as well as training the Continental Oil company make utan oiraw- F Pwer into Pleasant ., aa. is a social Grove an school The , as follows: afternoon frry day retail the field Prof. William H, Boyle left this institution and must be so organ- - tlln, kent to be looked forward to with E. D. Flrmage, J. atto even a,n Entertainment, for 'ocal aeaters, Calif, a" Berkeley, teasure by all the people of the morning ized that students can associate state term the at summer the tend Fred Skinner, Harry Elmer; fellowfate. and learn how to profit eluding the Superior Motor com-bHis interests there. a university has which been M. D. Warner, Jr., Henry Continental "We and intercourse. social the ship, Pny splendid appreciate Baelfish cooperation that Provo will be chiefly in high school super"We need also to keen In mind customer. Amos Wood; boys work. The Continental OH company Horace Fereday. W. C. Adams, W. Kended to u in our initial cele- - vision. the fundamental philosophy of the and we hope that the spirit "Savior" said Superintendent Child now is rusning worn on a service- P. Shipple; relations to Internatttion, in conclusion "The Savior prayed," station at the corner of West Cen- tional Rotary, Dr. J. W. Hagen, Dr. by the Provo people "1 extend he said, "not My will be done, but ter and Fifth West, directly oppo- C. D. Livingstone. Herbert Shell; throughout the entire the Superior gas station, public affairs, Pratt P. Thomas, W. jounty." Thine" When that is done, the site from considerable opposition P. Shipple, Neil Danle; publicity, superintendent believed, we shall despite FARM BUREAU MEETING. have strength connected with from owners of residences in the Elisha Warner. John E. Booth. Ed "Have you seen immediate vicinity, education, J. Fred Skinrighteousness. The Continental company Is said Money; D. C. D. Livingstone, Elisha ner, people who believed that to be good meeting of the local farm bu- ouwon mv eyeaner w wo k..v.u , was tO De Wcti.it . Warner; roads, Joseph Hanson. R. fau ill be held Friday evening at tne ideal but The Continental proposes to erect W. Creer, Herbert Snell; correasked Such was "utK in me county court rooms. in various Tb purpose of the rather the combine strength and severalof gas stations spondent to the Rotarian, Amos meeting is to the city, and to sell gas at Wood. pnslder a nroDosltlon of the far-righteousness as manifested in the parts retail. Provo dealers last Septem- A float to represent the Rotary Iwsau taking part in the Fourth of life of Theodore Roosevelt. uer uiscuuuuueu uujiug sub mumi club in the July Fourth parade wag UJ? parade. in cut a the Continental, following discussed and the following comcordial invitation la extended retail prices made here by the mittee appointed: Ed Money, Harry P Meryone. ATTENTION Other Elmer, E. D. Flrmage. Superior Motor station. dealers then began buying gas from Dr. D. C. Livingstone was apFARM kir.uc niionirn is said, pointed sergeant-at-arms- . PAYSON. JunA 22 One of the most important meet- the Independent, which, it to Fir of un- deal-b- e to had promised a lower rate fwwa ongin completely destroyed Ings of the local Odd Fellows e farm held here this year will be the ers than what they had paid the THREE UNDERGO OPERATION n. tt r tm.a lower rate did regular meeting Tuesday evening. Continental. The of the SPANISH FORK. June 22. Mrs. June 27 according to Secretary not materialize, and several Mrs- - James Ferris were at-to the Con-o- f Alice Wilson, wife of Byron Wilua- me back have businss dealers gone w! Important Guy. John rr"'ug picture show In town, son, was operated on at the Hughes interest to all lodge members tinental. 1.7 iae was covered by insur- It was said today that dealers Memorial hospital Tuesday. She will be discussed at the meeting.ZZX the furnishings which is getting along nicely. Mrs. VIrgle All members are urgeo to ne pres- again win iuru w uic t0 Mr Ferrla vete not m' who recently if the Continental persists in going Argyle Soderburg. meeting. at Tuesday's ent 111 Into the retail field. underwent an operation at the ifc a nt a new library table Considerable protests have been Provo General hospital, was so LPerforated metal plates to -. is open- - made by dealers at the high whole- - much improved that she was able that desk a U08e an inrni1oaon RonaU built writing is dtplaTn limn and inrrtDravi oi the Conti- - t0 De taken to the home of her ed by raising a hinged section of sale prices charged by convicted slayer of a Londi This price is sister. Mrs. Florence Mitchell, at Oil company. w,J " uu uannei, iorm a new True, nental BriUM mutic-hal- l table stirred has top. the girl, said to be 28 cents a gallon, which Payson. where she will be near her political circles. The action is s ' . i ,lnlernational attending physician. Dr. Asa Curtis. v influence be due to the Oil burners will be installed on at the price obtained by the to leged hydro-electrc,." of Argentina state tailers leaves them no profit, and Mr. Childs, proprietor of the Spannoblewoman who w a hU lomotlves mother, t( consider all questions is (0.! Provo ish Fork bakery, also is recovering not known generally as his moth owned railways many of which in some instances it atsaid a loss. mam. ? 'terpower develop until the reprieve was granted. dealers are selling gas from an operation for hernia. fuel. for wood use Planned in Brazil. i- v. F. ' " t g: one-hal- Fingerprints Prevent Baby Switching , y the-toc- iaJ- fa-lo- 3. p - ENTERS - ' y An-dru- s, Reprieved nt I IMF. luuucm be-are- i - re-th- e - HOME pirR - nils LOANS 3RD WEST CURB BUILDERS By N. GUNNAR RA8MUSON. tarr oorreeponoont. he HeralS's ic tonight and Friday. 1ST- tnt ATTEND HERO SPECIAL IS Unsettled and cooler PRICE TWO CENTS. pipit 10,000 UTAH PROVO, UTAH, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1922. X eonL The Weather II SCLOTHES COtiTRAC T IS GIRL LEAVES awarded un ic IU A hundred thousand dollars, and The contract for the curb and more. If needed. Is offered home gutter on Third West street was builders In Provo. let by the city commission to Chris-tenseThis offer Is made by the Matro-pollta- n Jacobs & Gardner, for Life Insurance company of New York through their Utah There were two other bids, from county representatives .the Provo the Heuser, Packard company, for Consolidated Real Estate company. $13,221.35, and from R. N. Graves, The announcement was made for $14,169.73. There were no this morning by officers of the real Provo bidders, although the Chrls-tense- n, . mi. girl is in the county jail here. In another cell of the jail is a man alleged to have kid- -, napped the girl from her home in' Las Vegas, N. M., 10 days ago, and to have taken her to Dividend! where both were arrested yesterday by Deputy Sheriff C. D. Coates. The girl is Barbarita Garcie. Her ' r mother and say the girl is but 14 years old. This morning In the county jail Prbarlta told. The Daily Herald reported that she Is 16 years old. The man alleged to e a kidnapper is Ausenia Bramila, wno has been working at Dividend under the name of Jesus Gomez. Both man and girl are Span- -' A step-fathe- estate concern. Jacobs & Gardner concern "The Metropolitan is anxious to may be identified more with Provo be helpful in building homes," said Interests than with Salt Lake Harry Heal, president of the Con- where the headquarters are. Work on the street is to start Imsolidated. "The insurance company has plenty of money for this mediately after the signing of the purpose, and realizing the serious- contract. ness of the house shortage here as While the curbing and guttering it Is evident in other cities, ig loan is being done the boulevard will ing this money for home building I be remade. This includes the cut- iards. only." ting of all soft wood trees and The girl left home 10 days ago An Interest rate of seven and other trees out of the tree line, She wore men's clothing and with f per cent on deferred pay- and the grading and sowing of Bramila "beat" their way to Divl- ments only will be made on these grass seed. This will make what dend. loans. Is commonly known as Depot The stepfather began a "This is the pheanest nmnpv In ' street one of the most attractive In search girls' for the girl and man imme- the country today," said Robert S. the city. . He after their Tree cutting on the street al- diately they had goneleaving Curtis, of the real estate company. to Salt Lake The insurance loans are to go to ready has Btarted. Some criticism thought City, and went there. In Salt Lake the building of homes only. The against the denuding of the street he found an employment agency new of its trees has been answered by where he learned money may be obtained for that the man and" dwellings or houses built within Emil Hansen, state landscape ex- girl were In Dividend. ,1 the past six months. pert, who is responsible for the two Coates the Deputy brought "We can place a hundred thou- reforestation of Provo streets. here late Wednesday evening, and sand dollars now," Mr. Curtis "It would be Impossible for the lodged them in the county jail. said, "and can get more if needed; new trees to grow If the old trees Sheriff Sam Gay, of 'Las VegaS, the supply Is practically unlimited. are left," Mr. Hansen said in an , lB on w way t0 Provo to The contracts may be Da id un after interview for The Dally Herald. It man, who will be charged with kid atMr. three years." to Hansen's had been called The girl s stepfather napping. It is believed that this offering tention that some residents on the came from Salt Lake this after will of result street thought every other of the noon, and will take the money girl back in an Increased amount of building old trees should stand until the home. in-- Provo this summer and autumn. new trees are partly grown. In the county jail this morning The city is short about 200 dwell-- ' "The roots of the old trees would Barbarita was asked if she liked ings according to a survey of hous- make It' Impossible for the young Bramila. ing conditions recently made here. trees to grow," Mr. Hansen reI don't like him," she replied, plied. "That's why all must come adding, emphatically, "I love htm!" out." SPANISH FORK PIONEER All of the trees on Third West will not be cut down. The hard woods In. the tree Hue. will stay 1 one-hal- I . te home-buildin- - PsSMAY - SPANISH FORK, June 22. John Jones, 80 years of age, one of the oldest residents of Spanish Fork, died yesterday at bis home in this city of kidney trouble after an illness of eight days. He was born at Swansea, Wales, and came, to the United States In. 1856, locating at Spanish Fork. In October, 1866, he was married to Minnie Dahle, who died six weeks ago. Mr. Jones was engaged In agriculture, stock raising and mercantile lines, and was one of the largest property owners in Utah county and one of the largest property owners in Spanish Fork. He owned stock in the Utah Stockgrowers' association, the Provo Commercial bank, the Spanish Fork National oank, the Spanish Fork Milling company and the Spanish Fork Cooperative institute, being the largconest owner in the cern. He was superintendent of the company for forty years. He was president of the First National bank and also president of the Spanish Fork Cooperative institute at the time of his death. He was mayor of Spanish Fork three times, member of the city codicil twice, and county selectman twice. He is survived by two sons and two daughters, seventeen grandchildren and eight The sons and daughters are John L. Jones of Spanish Fork, William of Spanish A. Jones, postmaster Pork; Mrs. Thomas O. Creer of Spanish Fork and Mrs. S. W. Robertson of Salt Lake. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the city pavilion. Interment will oe in tne Spanish Fork cemetery. SECRETARYJS BIRD E IG OF Emmett Bird, cf Springville, is the new secretary of the Central Utah baseball league, according to an announcement made Wednesday evening at the meeting of the board of control of the league, at the In discussing leadership in edi- Utah Power & Light company tion before the students of the B. office. Y. U. summer school on Thursday, Mr. Bird succeeds David Bigler, Prof. Henry Peterson of the Agri- of Payson. cultural college, deplored the weakThe board last night voted to ening from year to year of the rural 8 pi it the season in halves, the first population of America. He stated half ending June 30. A postponed thai) at the present time 55 per between Heber and American cent of the farming land of the game Fork is to be played in Provo if the was in the hands tenants of country game is needed to decide the first and not a high class tenantry, half race. either, for most of the farm leases American Fork's last scheduled are for one year only. As a result game, June 30, has been transfthe land is bled and impoverished, erred to iMidvale and will be the tenant getting all he can from played there Sunday, July 2. the soil without renewing its ferVice President G. M. Taylor, of tility. To overcome this unfortu- the Provo team, asked unanimous nate condiiton, rural life, the consent of the board to .playing speaker advocated should be made Otto Birk. of American Fork, la To accomplish less more attractive. 15 than the days, If this desired result, leadership is American Forkcustomary releases him. This needed. Into this field. Professor consent was given, but Dr. -Homer, Peterson would fit the rural school American or'representing teacher. Teachers should "be em- that at the meeting ot the dub thf ployed for twelve months in the men had voted against releasing year, he advised, and should re Birk. main in the district during the It is reported from American summer time, taking Interest In Fork today that Birk will be rescout work, music, playground leased if he Is made manager of supervision and other community the Provo team, provided that activities. American Fork wins the first half of the league race, and Birk is perThe Relief society of the Pioneer mitted to play with American Fork ward will give an ice cream festi- in the final series if Provo is not val in the meeting house Friday one of the teams playing the pen evening at 8 o'clock, to which all nant series. are invited. A good program has President John F. Mendenhall also been arranged. because team secrecomplained ORDER AND LAW ON TALKS taries had not sent in all scores. Thus far no Provo score has been SPANISH FORK, June 22. Law received. Sprlngville, American Enforcement day was observed by Fork and Heber are the only teams the Relief societies of the four with all scores in the league secrewards of Spanish Fork at the city tary's hands. nnvilinn Tuesdav afternoon. There was a good attendance. Mrs. Carrie RUBBER MAKING STOPS. Holt was in charge. a E. Brockbank I. gave Attorney Tii euavule rubber industry was talk on law enforcement. Mrs. very important in the Tor-reo-n formerly Annie Carbell led in community of Mexico and had district ofsinging; Patriarch William Jex la rare factories all Of which fered prayer; Miss Lenore Sterling are now closed and being offered read an original poem. "Willie's for sale, as they nave praciicauy Lesson on Law," and Miss Afton OWill nn nrnsnertg of reODeClnK. Ludlow sang. Alice Miss and Argyle t othe continued low price of rub ber. The continental Mexican (Mrs. Pmil Hansen entertained, Rnhhpr enmnanv at Torreon repre the of students school the summer sents an investment of nearly B. Y. U. who are here from $2,000,000, and it is the largest home Friday Idaho, at her guayule rubber plant in the world, were prettily evening. The rooms it is being closed down. but flowdecorated with the season's ers. Games and music were are threshed from their last-name- d last-name- d 'i uaredeviltress & 1 Rex-bur- and a delicious served to twenty. luncheon Mrs. James B. Woods has as her guests for a few days, her daughter Mrs. Myrtle Rhodes, of Clarence Mrs. Duchesne, and Woods of Portland. Oregon. Peas pods and the latter and the vines baled with the same machine, the invention of a Missouri farmer. With the completion of larg electric sea water evaporating plants, Norway soon will be free ot tried swim men to have tbo the necessity ot importing saic Many are Channel and have failed. Rtraw ninn anil English' nadln, I claims to An English inventor an English girl. Is only effectively used as substitutes for Doris Hines, which a machine have perfected but she says she's going to swim road materials la. certain pans m 16, draws to scale on a chart the fcie channel this summer. Florida. course followed by a vessel at sea. t(a '