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THE HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922. II leftDOBefore $1500 Will Be YOUR BUYING NOW! ifast B Bays TAYLOR BROTHERS COMPANY 866 56th Anniversary In if of Qitclioll ;;o the Blue Birds, with Max Roberts catchig. Rollo Mcintosh twirled for the losers, with Lester McEwan receiving. The Blue Birds are scheduled to play the American Express, anothar boy team ot considerable renown in local kid baseball, at Tlmpano-go- s park next Wednesday afternoon. That day the Timps play away from home and the boys have the lot all to themselves. Lohi Chdsdn Manage r of Timps . i I Mitchell, of Lehl, la to be manager oi roe i imps, was made announcement rnin by O. Merle Taylor. resident of the Ptoyo Athletic ition; Roy uoren, managing ,r. and Director J. A. Buttle. Mitchell was present when ww muo. k regiznatlon ot veil weon as W was accepted, the directing tribute to Mr. Webb as liner and tor ois eiroru in fag up a group of young ball JlllOUnceiiiem. t! Mitchell formerly played American Fork team, being for some ne movea near Lehl, and for a time the Lehl Central Utah Used at third base fug. Three years ago I V San Francisco three best umpires in the Central, and it will be difficult, for President Mendenhall to replace him. Manager Mitchell accompanied the Timps to Pay son this afternoon, where, they play the league Salt Lake Portland Oakland ..a Seattle Sacramento - 48 43 36 36 36 33 31 .. Los Angeles 31 37 37 39 44 45 48 IN BOYS PLAY AT TIMP PARK. y .608 .538 .493 .480 .450 .423 .392 Philadelphia At New York 22 .6 ,559 33 29 28 29 24 20 29 27 30 32 32 35 .532 .518 .483 .475 .429 .364 Brooklyn 3. New I officials At Philadelphia Boston 4, Phil hibited before Washington v in furtherance of efforts to 5. delphia divides the time At Pittsburgh Chicago 6, Pittsyear into 364 days, or 13 months of burgh 8. 28 days each. No other games scheduled. wwicr tunics sim-roif- i Will You Be Prepared? AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. St. Louis New, York Chicago Cleveland Washington Philadelphia Build now, then when winter comes you can be afe in your own home. We can 'supply your building V- - Boston One-Arme- Tennis Star d Yesterday's Games. New York 2, Boston 6. ' At Chicago cago 3. At Detroit ' St Louis Chi- 0, 2, Detroit This was the advice the town's richest citizen In Adrian, Mich., gave to Is;.am Jones 12 years ago. Jones had gone to the money-bak- s asking the formula' for a short cut to great wealth. Today Jones owns a palatial home and a fleet of automobiles' and has servants and all the trap-- 1 pings of wealth. And his bank ac-- j count is 8 welling so fast that he j can hardly keep track of it. "Simple," says Jones. "I blowj my own horn I mean my Baxa- ' . phone." To the world of music Jones is what Charlie Chaplin is to the film. His nickname is "King Oorapah." That's because he's probably the highest paid jazz orchestra leader in the country. A loop hotel here pays him $3500 a week to play in its restaurant two hours an evening. Phonograph companies are clamoring for his services to make Jazz records for them. During the last five yaars Jones and hla snxaphono have accumulated ove? $800,000 in salary and royalties from his compositions and phonograph records. And the Jazz king Is only 28. Members of his orchestra have grown prosperous with him. Jones is a strapping' fellow and looks entirely unlike a musician. But how he can play! "I'm going to make a million and then auit. he says. "There's no use working all your life, A mil lion will suit me fine." Jones goes to work in his spe The cially designed limousine. uni driver wears a mouse-coloreform to match the color scheme of the car. A pocket has been built into the auto to hold Jones' naxaphone. Usually after each performance Jones takes in the town with his wife. Jones spends with the prodiJohnny" of a half gality of "Coal-Oi- l century ago, tipping with hills of large denomination. But there's method of his madness, for thus he keeps attuned to the spirit ot Jazz. Frequently he uses his orchestra to raise charitable funds. Polks say "Kine Jazz'' has a heart as large as a piano. ' 3 f ftf - - Mexico is planning the construction of 6,090 kilometers or 4,157 miles of Improved roads for the use of automobiles and motor Phone 232. Fifth. North. Cleveland (eleven innings). No other games scheduled. Timber & Goal Co. 160 West its Faucher has been checking deand performance for months, clares it flawless. His invention isn't for sale, but will be used for lecture purposes only. At Boston ' V .594 .569 .540 .492 .476 .476 .418 .417 26 28 29 32 33 33 32 35 38 37 34 31 30 30 23 . 25 Detroit lay. Tak FjVEptS! Send Your Orders To Sutherland Bros trucks. Approximately 1,200 automobiles, valued at $1,700,000, were either burned or stolen in Connecticut last year. Try Ti's - : MEAT & GROCERY CO. Phone 46 282 W. Center ' e carry a full line of Meats and Groceries Timpanogos Canyon Lots FOR SALE Reasonable Prices and Easy Terms NAME THE NEW SUMMER HOME SITE AND EARN d The coal strike is still unsettled. It may last for Months. Are you prepared to meet this emergency? letter let us send you a few tons of our good coal to- - J"" k y YnrV 2 Leeds. AND HIS TIME CALCULATOR. It consists of an alumnium frame By NEA Service. move WASHINGTON, June 23. Birth- umrit within which astral on the miniature. would fall in and ments are duplicated holidays days motor-clocsame week day annually, much conPropelled by an eight-damiland would be averted, fusion revolumoon the earth and lions of dollars spent in compiling tions' are effected by an intricate calendars would be saved yearly if synof gears, the whole time were reckoned by a device just series premathematical with chronized Los perfected by G. E. Fauciier of cision. The earth's orbit is divided Angeles, he claims. Thi. mechanism, soon to be ex into 364 equal segments. G. B. FAUCHER .6.7 3i t3 $800,000 By ROY GIBBONS. CHICAGO, June 23. "Blow your own horn, sonny, and blow it hard!" ,- I wircu JAZZ KING MAKES Machine Rival of Calendar While Mr. Webb's resignation Yesterday's Games. was dated for June 30, It is said At Salt Lake Los Angeles 9, imthat Manager Mitchell will take Salt Lake 8. mediate control of the team, and At Oakland Seattle 4, Oakland 5 during the remainder of the first (ten innings). half try to pep it up for the second At Los Angeles Portland 2, Verhalf. Another pitcher is to be non 7. if the to Simmons, hired, replace At Sacramento San Francisco board of control will permit 12, Sacramento 5; in no the "There will be change team," Manager Mitchell said toNATIONAL LEAGUE. day, adding: "Jot now, anyhow." Won. Lost. Pet. -- 1922 The Big Department Store PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. ... Won. Lost. Pet. 28 46 .622 Vernon New York St. Louis leftlll. IOU11UA Uf WjWII Brooklyn from won the Blue Birds The Ion as umpire in the league, Pittsburgh m umpire Mitchell went to Battling Midgets at Pleasant Grove Chicago Bnn Af the Hat In nnlnt nf Wednesday by a score of 2 to 0. Cincinnati Wsvtti nloVAVi an) fa no The game was called in the fourth Boston W UVUi LAIU u admitted to be one of the inning. Bliss Hoover pitched for 3lkrm Given Away! $10.00 Persons desiring to suggest names for this new summer home subdivision which is located on what is known as "Stewart Flat" or "Stewart Ranch" in Timpanogos Canyon half way between Wildwood, Provo Canyon, and Aspen Grove, may do so by mailing or delivering in person a list of not to exceed five names in an envelope containing another sealed envelope bearing the name of the competitor. These will be numbered by the secretary upon receipt at his office, and the competition judged and the name selected by the directors of the company. yw The competition began at 9 o'clock a. m, une 20, and will end at 6 o'clock p. m., June 30, 1922. The name will be selected by July 5th and the prize awarded. Address communications to the North Fork Investment Co., Scott P. Stewart, secretary, Knight Block, ,; . Provo, Utah. For additional information telephone 49 or 118-- The GaO of the Great ... :::! j&sSf SSfD C ....If SArniyGooclj Sutton Service and OUTDOOR BECKONS ARE YOU PREPARED? All of the modern conveniences of the camp are to be found at the PROVO ARMY AND NAVY DEPART-MENSTORE, 304 West Center Street. 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