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r - AA THE HERALD, FK1DA Y, AUGUST 18, 1922. Herald Sport News SMELTERS TELL HOWTHEYSTAND FOR SALE uonaaaa. 7SW-L- Sun-drie- brick. d nuo( , ter 18 Nairn Co. .......... Lehl ........... Spanish Fork .. Payaon ......... ... ... ... Ptoto Heber H-S- A-l--tf roil. RENT Piano. Phone AGENTS WANTED To eelT the finest tailored suits at $SL60 end up, which In elude a good profit for you. Too your profit in advance. Pall emplee now reedy. Special prop- osltlon to men writing tnunedaitely. John Bond Tailoring Co Dearer, Cola ell-wo- ol rt t A-1- 8 SPECIAL PRICES on cord tires for Jtordawiaayson Auto Tire Co. FOR SALE modern house, m til two Baths, heatjni plant; lot ldTnlll-St-ttlCltionfl.-A-- FORD COUPE, v FOR SALE tically now, equipped shock cord Uree; a bargain. The n Wm, M. Roy lance Co. HEMSTITCHING -r- -J- TOR ...4 a A-2- A-1- "T 767-R-- i. PICOTINQ done A. F. Ritchla. A4jjnwf Mr - ' agreed upon. Let us dwell upon the game lightly. Haven't you In your base ball experience seen less bits ao count for more runs than the reverse order, then why should one be led to believe as you state about this gamefrhat Provo outplayed Midvale because she made ten hits to our six. Again, it is not true that Beck stead was in any danger In the first Inning. Mr. Ralle did not make a threeagger as reported, but trot ted to said corner when our fielder muffed a difficult chance, but at any rate he would never have seen home plate had not our infield made two costly overthrows to first base. 'We- merely mention these , facta 'jb Jostlce to the work of assume should whom you have' been beaten because of the strenuous week he had just been through. Also we might add that Mr. Kinney pitched well at times, his strikeout ball was very much in evidence but at other times he was very wild, which any fair fan, man, woman or child will support us in Now, let us take up the fateful Beck-stead- 883 Wilata. tf Ton are losing bone? unless yon trade with the Weeatch Prodaoa. tf LOST mt rj ! a n. mm w & m ur gaaaav w y ia r aag i 7, Young lady jwonng man to lean dining room work. Experience not necessary. Call in person at Sutton Cafe. :pormiAaa'--w'--Twtables. dill and sage.' R. Gay, 314 S--l W. 4th Phone (18. a SALE wmn KVNNNXI HUI modern Fire-roo- home, with furniture. South. . 834 W. 5th A-8- 3 1 , VS mm w m oli , J.FOR SALE At a bargain Bulck Four. Call at 146 N. Univ. Ave. 8 Phone 478. ' I i i f ! III II ill fi I ii UtA-T- ii,- i r I, Ml I , ml A-1- . - FOR ' SALE, Golden Bantum Sweet Corn, by the hundred or tO-Jwore. Phone r. Aug. 18. almost new; btu irA k SONOftA PHONOGRAPH Phona . mi caau, 381 B. 6th N. 662-- . for alA A'- A " Small brown bag between Cllluly and Thistle.- - Notify Lv B. Kd wards at Tellurtde Sotor Co. LOST at rooma LAST SCHEDULED GAMES OF FOR SALE Golden Bantam aweet the hundred or more, corn, A85 Phono 67J. : S fYA Tennis racket and Hooaler range, kitchen cabinet, couch, washer, eta 888 . - i N, 4th E. FOR SALE net: also A-1-8 FOR RENT " " South. A-1- -.-- FOR SALE 305 75-- 270 E. Jnd 8 i 8 rooma.; Tounf ' plga.. Phone Tencnersr K. 3rd S. AM January 2 Institutes Seotembcr J6, 7. B:9.K ' School begins September 11. . ,V . School reopens. February FOR new. 1 ..... ............. Massachusetts ....... Connecticut New Jersey Maryland Pennsylvania 922 ' son P -- ciean-u- UHI IIL '' Call - S01-- 1 AUTO "WHEEL" AND .DANIELS BODY 8HPP AH ilnda of wheel and body reffaMdlpsf and repairing. ; -- ' absolutely. . ntw Ford touring car, at chefleld'a, at a discount of $25.00. The party who traded his eld Fortf In on this a Immediately turned 4t Chevrolet at a price we can offer tf you thin discount-- , SALE Aft taoa wM. AYERI WELDINjQ COv Oxyand cutting acetylene wel r.'i n anythln Mm id of metal. Work guaraateei 1 ftrst class snrv- ipjHJVd. Phone V.. 41 N, 4t tf - , rCR SALE Refreshments, fruits, . candy- - and lea cream at Cantos toad Oram, Confectionery, tf. Shaffer, Prop. Mary TO R- -, SALE Ford wheers, Ford touring body, and bug body. Ablander'a, 5th S. and Uulv. Ave. STITCHING and PICOT EDGE done In tha best manner oa wo-- y 11 ' ' J of matartal and housa " at reasonabla prices. "v made '.' Atl ' T.-i- on silk wi siar a ma ill 1 M 'i PIGGLYWIGGLY.lmstC)odthettofLlmeandlhfaestofJJiejno5t WOOL Grey White Tan Size 66x80 $4.08 Size 66x84 S5.90 Size 72x84 . , $0.90 Size 72x84 $7.90 Size 72x84 $9.90 LJ WOOL Fancy Plaids Size 66x80 Size 66x80 . . $5.90 Size 66x80 .. Size 66x80 . . $T.90 Size 66x84 . . $8.90 Size 66x84 . . Size 72x84 . .$12,90 ...... ...,..$4.98 i.6.90 . .$9.00 COTTON BLANKETS! Heavy large size. -; $2.79 .- All Wool Army Blankets, Khaki can housewife. v , ; ' LAUNDRY SOAP s , P. & G. White Naptha, bar. . . . 5 Kirk's White Naptha, 10 bars 45 Classic White Laundry," . -- JO bars.;.: - SeaLper box rrr7TtT.".7t'. 6 Red Seal package. . . .29 Red Seal, package.. . . . .35 6-b-ox . ....... 5) . fi. Location m- i - iuricey - " . . - .' e-- oar vt neat. . ieaf tiara TT't .x.iiMw?" TV - V 1 a- o BUTTER ft Try pound of our. Sunset .Gold Butter, churned daily from fresh; . 44e? z Jersey cream: per lb. r i7'- ......... .i.....0 n.t.. m-- t. - FLOUR ao lu ' a .... WE PAY CASH FOR EGGS w , 77i , WEIGHT EXTRA LOW PRICE Rides Bike to Train for Skating S nmmm'f ft.mil Ai: it iVjf ' r - - These hot day a always com ot tha year.. the wrong-tim-e - at . Every time we think ot the coal strike wa put more moth balls in our winter underwear. Push la fine; hut be careful Sting . . apart. $4.48 to close sC. $5.25 toTcIo8e"al... . .!' L I I II $1.50 $2.00 s ?t A" to dose out. r. JriT; to dose out. . . , . , . $21 8 .$3.28 $225 to dose at.,......T.$1.68 a 7Td$2.58 $3.25 Vdoseit at. u . . v. .a .$2.75 to dose at, A , ; aa; A$2.8S $3.75 to dose : ; $4.00 T. CHILpN , lAliM 5 ; BROWN STRAP to 1U $225 to $3.00 grade at,, 81-- 2 pair V..,...;..'..: .V,.....$1.75 11 1-- 2 pair - to 2, $SM5' to $3.50 grade at, ............ ........$1.99 Many Other Bargains In Shoes. ALL SUMMER LINES ARE REDUCED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE. r.-.$1.3- n- -j DRESSES M .$1.00 ii , LADIES' BLACK SATEEN .......$3.23 CHILDREN'S DRESSES $1,88 to close oui 3 $4.25 . , " . doseout.. Mn: i - tA.. i...iA $2.98 . to $2.75 .$2.00 -- $85 to closejtt..T...,$5.28" $12.50 to dose at. . . . . . . . . . .$7.78 $16.00 to closest. ,.;';..!. $10.48 r - Gladys Robinson, of Toronto, Canada, la the International spies champion. In the atapmar aha rides a bike to keep in trim Of Trrrrtp - . ' , $2.65 $4.00 grade at $4.50 grade at T$3.00 $5.00 grade at $3.25 WAISTS LADIES' GEORGETTE son-Heb- A rolling stone la often broke, -- ...$1.25 j- North University Ave. WAEM .89$ at $3.00 grade at ot-to A man alaea things up. While " grouch aim things down, 84 EXTRA grade at $2.00 grade dinappoint the spectators. .1 President ... Mendenhall .today valej game awarded tha Pay of Wednesday to .Payson, ruling that Midvale had ao right to con tinue tha game agaiavst a team tacking in numbers, but that having once dona ao the power to protest waa gone. The game, then, counts for Paysotu-- and not Midvale, and sola credited toUKlaya standing- - In The Dally Herald- .The president ruled that tha Pay- game must be played over. He still is withholding deci sion in the . Heoer8panuh Fork game until Heber proves tha Spanish pitcher waa not Clark, but Bur rows. ,. -- i . ' . mmmm $1.25 son-Mi- d '. ox ......43 small 7 Creme OiL per bar S Kirk Olive, per bar 7 , French Castile, per bar. , . , i , 12J Genuine Olive Oil Castile. . .'. . 10 " Life Buoy, bar , Lava, bar : Cuticurar" Woodbury's,1 "Packer's Tar, bar . .22 f Jjar I . , . . ; , , . t . . . n "Red 12, TOILET SOAP Ivory, large size, - We are giving you top notch values in Blankets this year. See our east window now for an idea of the assort-- ! ment. -- protested the: umplra." in auch a ruling, however, the league presi dent would be ruling against organised baseball custom, which permits a manager to continue the GIGGLY has succeeded because It is an economical advance and because it meets the demands and satisfies the desires of the AmeriPIGCiLY You . him, decide- .The Impression prevailed here to day that the league president would decide ajrainst Provo on the around that Manager antcneu snouia not have entered the game at all if he v;A - rigid and thorough Investigations. ,A-l-- tf FOR - " "TTflclran tlgfteac-:-JOoe-an- d syueaky wheals tiitened, Satla . faction guaranteed. 7"$. Xat W, Provo. Permanence and success are dependent upon the confidence of the general public and that confidence cannot be won through misrepresents ' fxfr a deposit on your1 owa, tu cianxets. Bathing Suits, Ladies' and ChUdren's Gingham Dresses, White Shoes, Voiles, Organt-'-- ' , , dies, Figured Lawns and Flaxons all at a sacrifice. i fr A A BATHING SUITS .A ..$1.65 .12J8to;dosejpus.. ie - -- i Me rcnanaise tral Utah league had not decided Protest at 3 tha Midvale-Provo'clock this afternoon. At that houf he said he would, wait until Manager Joe Cushman of the iMid-vateam comes to' Springrllle tonight and after a conference with PIGGLY WIGGLY was planned and founded for permanency. r p o I - ii rrtces on many i Lines of Summer (Special to The .Herald. ePBINGVUXEL Aug. 18. Presi dent John iTendenhall of the Cen Permanonce and Success SALE White tqwlpg machine; also Phonograph- -' 138 W. .w" 1st 8. ' hair. ZV 56 56 56 55 55 -- th F ORFEITEO FOR a good time to make uw.-!- s Sy ROBERT FULLER. . WASHINGTON, Aug. ISA-Wen live longer than men in the United States. Life in the country is healthier than life In the city. That statement explodes a lot of pet theories of our city brethren who have spread propaganda for many moons on iue perfection of A-1-8 We make gtrl'i enrj, "nuffa and switches from comhlnga and. cnt ! WbolBIanket Values iel. r It Is start r Ford sedan, nearly Call 178- E. 1st N. Phone " . SALE 489-- , ;f A-8- 1 tf ' LOSES birthday program. 'a ' ; - Tebruary. 22 Washington's - birthday Clothes to preaa. City Armistice day, November 11.'. ? xr . . grsm. recess 837 80 begins. Thanksgiving W'v Center, phone Tailoring, recess' ends. . V. ;'-- K a:May 18 --School closes" for students. JJecembet 23 Christmas recess begins. , May 1$ School clpses for teachers. MONEY TO LOAN on farm, I per JDecember cent Interest Phone 688. - EARLY SEASON AVERAGE YEARS OF LIFE " Women Men State 60 Minnesota 60 Oregon 60 Washington 57 Kentucky 57 Indiana . , 58 Missouri Ohio , 57 58 Utah 56 Michigan" . ,. 67 Illinois 58 California . 111 WANTED SvjL-f-r''- 286 West Center, ProvoTlTtah for easier predicting the weather WOUNDED MAN LIVES of July than - telling MUCH. whn'il win when the Eagles ana Aug. 17. Sergt LEXINGTON, Smelters meet in their final battle, Samuel Joseph, a vocational trainer None-B- t the other games count at Lexington. Ky, studying telegfor much position in he league raphy, has been designated the race. wounded man of the world "most cnasers For all but tha pennant war." this will be the last came mis Joseph went over with the First . league season. division in June. 1917. For the If the protests result jn games io next 17 months he was on the firbe blared over Heber. novo ana line almost continuously, but Midvale will have other games ne-- ing - meete escaped without a wound. Then, In who fore it" is decided La battle just tnree nays oeiore mo American Fork In tha final series armistice, he was snot iuj times. tor the 1923 pennant Since then,, he has undergone 15 operations, and has a hospital record of 28 months. But now, except for amputated toea on one foot, he MIDVALE has fully recovered. A-1-8 ty Rncorponie III CIT- Y- their sanitary existence. The bureau of census at Washington haa just compiled some in teresting figures from the recent (Written before the game.)-T- he census. They should add to the Timps traveled to Payson contentment of all rural dwellers. dis this noon to engage the The average life of women In couraged athletes' of thai thriving the" country ls"57 yean. Of men, city on the baseball field this after- 55 years. noon. A gallery of fans The average life of city, women motored to Pay son to observe the is 54 years. Of men 51 years. activities of tha diamond artists. The average life In both city and Before he set forth upon tha voy country for women has increased Dave nearly three years and tor men age southward (Manager Mitchell was importuned for an ex- nearly four years In the last ten pression of opinion. years. "Will you win?" the manager The healthiest spot in the union waa questioned. seems to be Kansas. Women aver"We will, he blithsflesa chirped. age 60 years there and men aver' adding, "if we don't lose." age 59 years. So there yon arei, The next healthiest spot is Wis On all baseball form the Timps consin where women average w should win today. But you never years and men 58 years. ean tell what'll happen next in Washington is the healthim city baseball. where women average 59 years and Art is Kinney groomed men 53. Southpaw to go against the Paysonltes. Pittsburgh is at the bottom of Should Kinney falter Addie Miller the list where women average only will come in from the field, where 50 years and men 47. hell play unless needed on the These averages run into frac mound. tional years as announced by the Who Payson will pitch is another bureau but have been taken at the question. At this writing Payson even years In this article. The fighas no pitcher, It Is just possible ures quoted here apply only to thai either Peerv - 6f Selsnai, or whites. Negroes are snorter uvea. loth, may try hurling the sphere. The national average for them is And, an outsider may be tnea, 42 years for women and 40 years which, of course, wouia mean an- tor men. The accompanying box shows the other protest for Prexy Mendenhall averaee length of life In representa 'Z to solve. Midvale goes to Heber, wtiere tive state or various districts.. Beckstead and Clarence Murdoek will Modern housekeeping r s 0 E. 4th N. Til om next-Four- FOR RENT LONGER fair-eise- WANTEfJ FOR and his boys were influenced entirely by the said tans and it is unfortunate indeed that they were allowed to interrupt the game. We bear no ill feeling nor malice towards the management, team and good fans of the Garden city, but rather, we feel that we have something in common with your good city and appreciate Immensely what has been done for us. P. S. We still believe, however, that we have the test tearrf. Shall we demonstrate this to the good fans in a series? - MIDVALE BASEBALL CLUB. LIFE Iff CQUriTRY TODAY SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR PROVO CHILDREN lt" RENT-- Furnished room. 8 I AN,0 Centek-'Wor- S-W. ight tf 7 8 19J0 firat-claa- IS PROTEST S S ... .615 .538 .538 00 .418 Editor, The Herald: Last edition .384 .333 of the Proro Herald came into our 'midst this morning and we noted Ford roadster, carefully your article about onr laa 8175.00; See game which we won from your shape. Frank Ramsey, Jr., at Schwab Provo Thnue by the score of 7 to 3. Now, Mr. Editor, will you kindly Clothing Co. be fair and let us tell you about the FOR SALE 100 cockerel game, because after reading said article we are certain that you did 10c each. Apply 68 W. Jnd S. not see the game. Stude-"bake- r KOR SALE, CHEAP First, we deny absolutely that truck, good condition. Nay-lo- r the game was played with a protested umpire and are Indeed sur Auto Co. prised that auch a statement should JUST IN Small load of Wake-Cal- l be made, and further it reflects on 413-J- . our intelligence to think that we field's choke hofley. are accused of playing this particu lar game, which meant so much. FOR SALE Young billy goat, IJ.0O. under protest, when in fact it was 4 no fault of ours. 17 W. 3rd 8. Here are the facts and the plain FOR SALE, CHEAPrdSood Jersey truth about the umpire; Your Mr. milch cow. Inaulre 115 W. 3rd 8. Mitchell did suggest soma names umpire, but they were not avail table, therefore Mr. Mann of Salt i Lake was engaged. FOR SALE Hay. Phone All Now, mind you before the game fOR SALE 425-- 5 8 7 7 ... ... FOR SALE Clatay bug, the finest ib town, come la look H over. Tha prica la right, Wm Wilkin a. American Fork . gpringville XS W. Center 8t ud THEIR SIDE OE CENTRAL UTAH LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Pet. . Midvale ... 8 4 .667 the respective managers met with the umpire and everything was in order; using the words of Mr. Mitchell, "Yes. 1 am acquainted with Mr. Mann, he's all right." Now, Mr. Editor, we can overlook all other statements and veraton of the game, but we most emphatically resent any stateaipnts to the contrary that the umpire was not ninth Inning, as we iiave touched upon all the facts in a general way. Here It Is: One man away, he had fanned the breexe; the second batter uj struck at the first ball, as we recal it. second ball was called a strike it was not bad, some say it cut tht plate, but nevertheless, the ba' did not protest, but here a few irate fans, poor losers by liie way, jumped in and some of the players on the bench and finally Mr. Mitchell. Joined in the protest, and did, what you referred to in our Wednesday's game as the schoolboy act by quitting, before a1 large crowd of fans who had paid their admission to see a bal game. We believe, however, that Mr. MitcheH . fa i ii i . .