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Ford wheels- ,- Ford body, and bus body. AhUnder's, 6th 8. and UnlT. Are. FOR SALE PflJCAHJME flSH u.,T,,q tf YELLOWSTONE High school boy for roommate; board if wished ' 39 J . W, 2nd N. WANTED RENT nished. Phone BOARD AND ROOM If you like a real home atmosnhere and enlov rood home cooking, call 287 E. 2nd FOR lit TO. WANTED North. 0 Call 161 711-- . - S. fur- bouse, " - SALE WOH writer Phone nr Bog 355 NJ. d S-l- Current Business Conditions : ' PARK, Wya, Sept, 15. Exeeltement Is rife In the wild animal community of the park since the scandal about Mr,. Pelican received public attention. The .ducks are quacking about it. the squirrels are chattering It and the bobcaU are scattering 4t cast In their shrill voices.. ype4b U5U.tt';? :. "Ucan Remington condttlon, ; woman as housekeeper for small family. FOR SALE Dressed chickens, Send name and address to Box 333, cockerels, 33c lb.; old hens spring Herald. Daily tf 30c lb. We deliver. Phone Middle-age- THE HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1S22. Mr ' . Saturday, is the last day n. passes a maintains bis stately d 701 E. 4th 8. WANTED tf White Leghorn pul lets, April hatch. Phone 590-- J after 25 p. m. 6 Fresn Jersey milk and cream from Nuttall'H herd tributed by Provo Meat & Packing Company. , FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, newly papered and painted. 702 E. 4th S. (Kin in real rwn uvul Dftnuftma estate see J. W. Johnson. Phone w 633-- TRADE rWLL for Barn Or 702 B, t4h8, Sonora phonograph aecond-han- lumber. d ' FORD COUPE, prat tlcally new, equipped shock absorbers, cord tires; a bargain. The Win. M. Roylance Co. AND PICOTINQ HEMSTITCHING 230 W. Cen tel. Work done right Mrs. A. F. Ritchie. aa V nt' Ul U40UDU iu ni?aiv BTISmIW W. 1st S. S SOS wv VULU, tt v M. AYERS WELDING CO welding and ctrtttng. We weld anything made of metal. HEM8TITCHINQ and PICOT EDGE work done In the best manner on I1UVUV SlWiU If BUTTONHOLES and bouse- - IVBDVUatlO UflVOOi on silk All work guar made shirts a specialty. an teed, sinoer bhwino MA- CHINE COMPANY, V North Avenue. Phone 399. FOR SALE Classy bug, the finest In town. Come In and look it over. The price la right Wren Wllkins, 190 W. Center St 8 WANTED raone ess. Second-han- d ti goods. Bryant Furniture Co. ter. Phone 543-J- . 368 W. Cen three-quart- At bargain, frame house on 3x9 rod lot. East Center street, near park. Call J. W. Johnson, 633-J- . . Always appetizing and easy to serve. 37c l ib can Pure Cocoa 20c lb can Pure Cocoa 9c Small can Instant Cocoa can Don't Boll Cocoa. . .79c b can Don't Boil Cocoa. .40o 39c 1 ib Roof Garden Chocolate Roof Garden Chocolate 20c ii-l20c Premium Choc, bar b Sweetened Choc. bar. .23c NEW PACK PEAS Try a few cans of these new, &-l- H-l- b b 1 2 m rooms, W. wonderful chance to get into dairying and farmnlng. We will sell or trade our equity, bal. runs at 6 per cent for ten years. What peas. Tender June Peas... 25c 16c can Early June Peas cans Sifted Early June Peas 35c for 25e Small Extra Sifted Peas POSTUM A healthful drink. Largo can Instant Postum..40c Small can Instant Postum..23c 20c Postum Cereal SOME REGULAR ON GOVERNMENT A to offer. have you Call 780-R-- BUILDING AND LOAN makes easy installment loans. No waiting for your turn. See Provo Consolidated Real Estate. Two furnished rooms. FOR RENT Phone 381-R- Upstairs apartment, partly furnished, modern. Apply W. 186 Center, upstairs. basement FOR RENT Two apartments; bath and heat. 743 N. University Ave. call ROOM FOR BOARD AND N 4th E. 290 SALE Electric washer, electric sweeper, and sewing machine, all almost new. 542 N. 6th West. . FOR FOR RENT Two nice rooms, board. 112 E. Center. FOR. .SENT Three furnished with mod- ern rooms for light housekeepS"14"1' ing. 70 E. 2nd S, FOR RENT Two 650 E. 2nd S. furnished rooms. ROOM AND BOARD for W. 1st S... Apt. 2. 186 girl. LOST Between Payson and Spanish Fork, box containing lard, cook books, etc. Finder notify H. C. Jacobs. 340 E. 2nd N. FOR 8ALE, CHEAP Stude- - baker truck, good condition. Auto Co. L08T Ton are losing money unless you trade with the Wasatch Produoe. tf Peaches. Elberta and Crawford, 40c in orcherd, 50c delivered. Miles. Box 16-Sprlng-villRoad. FOR SALE e 5 d Pair of glasses in leather case. Owner can obtain same by calling at Dally Herald office and paying for this FOUND advertisement. Against Britain tihell-rirame- 4 IVlJr ,Z A J ' I'ZZZ'ZIZLZZ?" m. ItSJ,rA. SLThowTSX lilWrlE'SE'rJe:a?Bt um ? fact-findi- ng lor & W Sirloin Steak, Round Steak, lb ". . . .23c lb 23c 27c 'T,LW .... wage-aavanc- ei 35c Meal, pkg POTATO CHIPS Large pkg. Potato Chips Small nkg. Potato Chips 19c 10c SAVING PRICES L !e.?rtb'.!,ler.of nm He declared he had seen a platoon ol thirty-sipelicans ranged across a stream In regular formation, on the trout as they swam preying up to spawn. Hitherto, the stream had yielded trout eggs by the millions, but hatchery men this year could gather only a traction of the normal amount. x That fact is granted that Mr. Pelican's home life is above reHe Is a good provider, a proach. good husband and father and is strictly monogamous. For the 400 birds in the lake flock, there are Just 200 nestsrowlor each couple and one mate for each bird. There are no "triangles" in the Yellowstone "400." If further investigations Justify it. Professor Ward will ask the federal government to bar the pelicans as summer visitors from the park. MEATS. PORK Pork Steak, lb ...20c Pork Shoulder Roast, best cuts, 18c lb Pork Shoulder Roast, lb 15; Pork Loin Roast, lb ;28c 28c Pork Loin Chops, lb Pork Shank, lb 122c Our Sausage and Hamburger is ground fresh every morning; 15c lb test t Oyster Bay. Long Island. w represent tne United States in "rlBritain tamul" Great September. The boat la owned by R D DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES 'Continued from Page One.) races against BnanT George Groneman, An drew C. Johnson, David H. Loveless, Clarence Beesley, Mrs. A. B. Simmons, Mrs. Elizabeth Robbins, Mrs. Elizabeth Groneman. Alternates Gideon Peay, Mrs Emily Kling, Mrs. Nettie Peay. Thomas W. Allen, Mrs. Eliza Scott, Vernie H. Johnson, Mrs. Zora Peay and Mrs. Reva Cox. FOURTH DISTRICT. Delegates O. W. Flygare, J. C. Leatham, Mrs. Wren Wilkins, B. P. Larsen, Charles Jones James McClean, Mrs. James McClean, A.' R. Taylor, Walter Cox, Mrs. Jonas Collins. Alternates Thomas Collins. Jonas Collins, Mrs. James Wood, James Wood, Mrs. J. C. Leatham, John Peter, Walter Taylor, Mrs. W. P. Taylor, Mrs. B. F, Larsen and John Collins. FIFTH DISTRICT. Delegates Royal Murdock, Jabe Dangerfield, Sterling Taylor, 'w. H. Boyle, L. T. Epperson, George Smith, L. Lisonbee. T. N. Taylor, Fdward Van Wagenen, Loretta Epperson, G. E Sandgren, A. B. Hod-son- GREAT PROFIT SHARING SALE factories, new stuff, just in, N LACE, RIBBON, at give-awa- y HOSIERY EMBROIDERY prices. UNDERWEAR 60c each. Men's heavy fleece, 10 to 20 Per Cent Off on All Others. Come and Delegates Mrs. Desert Gray, Dr. Hughes, George P. Billings, Frank pusenberry, W. M. Welker, E. G. For all the family, at big reductions WORK PANTS 15 to 25 Per Cent Off. This is only a few of our hundreds of bargains, prices. It is a business proposition. see our stock and D. L. VAN WAGANEN 348 WEST CENTER. W the mtbHo, I ft important tha& ni K ..h.a WTira hv havice n. ti... dob. innnrv I S ai iiopooy sutlers wrong "Kerens 1UVII rf the ttme. talMd, Tor evwybody Is nor epis. ! wmpensated lor am-- enrtallinsnt art Bis 4m freedom fir the orottrti tafc- - B nt sot ti;jf 15c mornings demand breakfast. 29c pkg. Rolled Oats 30c pkg Rolled Wheat .24c of Wheat..., 15c H, O. Rolled Oats, pkg 20c Branzos, pkg CORSETS , Our entire line of Henderson Corsets 20 Per Cent Off. L. D. S. GARMENTS 10 to 20 Per Cent Off a big line to choose from. SILKS 154o 20 Per Cent Off Entire Line. open-sho- p industry in the country leadlnf wage advaacs at the yry monteat dmu parties. Mot Bost embarrusmg to the railroad die people of the Companies and coal operators. Wctly ntertstta ta as a rnie, art a lag f tad good sign, but there if doubt and Mary Openshaw. Forsythe, Leah Smart, C. E. Maw, Emma X: Gunnar Rasmuaon, and Minnie The alternates are: Thomas, Wm. H. Strong, O. A. Penrod. Alternates Nephi Taylor, J. F. Spear, C. Eugene Fletcher, David Fechser, Fred Smart, 'Mrs. D. S. L. K. John, Mrs. Wilford Dean, Murdock. Lorinda Arrowsmith, PREPARED MEATS Roberts, Joseph S. Strong and Mrs. Ernest Arrowsmith, Mrs. Ed Van 20c Ham Bologna, lb Emma Kay. Wagenen. Mrs. G. E. Sandgren Stick Bolosna. lb SECOND DISTRICT. ,..20c SIXTH DISTRICT. 20c W. J. Weiners, lb II. Goddard, Delegates William M. Roylance, 32c Corned Beef, lb Mrs. Eliza Gibby. Mrs. Peter AbeDelpga'es W. Turner, J. William Knight, 32c Douglas Lunch, lb Henry Groneman, Joseph Martin, J. W. Robinson, Miss Alice ReyWilliam White, Peter Groneman, Mrs. W. M. Roylance, Mrs. , nolds, William A. Loveless. A. Cox, J. W. Robinson, Christen Jensen, William Mrs. A. X. Peterson, Mrs. Abe W. Turner, Mrs. Lydia Cox, Henry Nelson, Mrs. William Holdaway. R. E. D. Partridge, Olson. Mrs. Amanda Knight, Alex Maeser. Alternates Thomas Evans, Ben Hedquist. Reddineton, A. O. Smoot, L, B.- Alternates Harold Dunn, Dr. D. Phllpott. Joseph Vest, P. N Chat- D. Boyer, Joshua Dunn, Anna Oiler-ton- , man, and Orren Groneman. S. V. Prows, Iretta Hansen, THIRD DISTRICT. Mrs D. D. Boyer. Anna S. David Kling. Delegates SEVENTH DISTRICT. Mildenhall, Sidney Vincent. S. P. Delegates Myron Newell, J. H. McDonald, T. C. Thompson, J. C. Swenson, P. E. Houts, Wells L. Brlmhan. J. T. Williams, Mrs. Jerry Cluff. Mrs. Wells Brimhall, Rodney Snow and Earl Elliott. Alternates Mrs. Earl Elliott", D. To continue until Saturday, September 23, and will get better each day until L. Van Wagenen, John W. Guy, Mmn Van Wnffpnon the last day.. Our entire line and stock on sale at big reductions from 10 to 50 per lorpv ilnff Mrs. J. H. McDonald, Mrs. M. C. cent off; all staple merchandise, new stuff, just in. This means a big saving to Newell, Mrs. Rodney Snow, and you, and it will pay you to keep in touch with this sale until the last day. ' George H. Naylor. EIGHTH DISTRICT. Our mammoth shoe stock all on sale at from 10 to 50 per cent off from the best 15c Shoulder Steak, lb 13c Shoulder Pot Roast, lb :10c Neck Pot Roast, lb 20c Rump Roast, lb Rolled Prime Rio Hoast. lb 23c Standing Prime Rib Roast, lb 18c 8o Short Rib Boil, lb 5c Brisket Boil, lb 10c Suet, lb is tbe biggest tiriSt 10c .Cold warm Large Large Cream CORN-FE- D scnooi-WBCne- r. 0-- ktt Here a INSPECTED 1 A- - ui CEREALS Roman i' in "i-- -- . . RENT FOR m U. 8. g Thei. ? Xt' fixed policy to dt-- The pjirantojmt qnestkm of the claim that strike i avidentlv U rw th here is no such thing as the law of 4bpttJ causing them, but Insure yourself against the use of new wheat flour by laying In a supply of the Old Wheat Flour at these saving prices. 1 sk High Patent Flour. . .$1.15 2 sks High Patent Flour. .12.25 10 sks High Patent Flour S11.00 1 sk Hard Wheat Flour. . .$1.15 2 sks Hard Wheat Flour. ..$2.25 10 sks Hard Wheat Flour $11.00 35c 91b sk Germade sk Fresh Rolled Oats... 45c SWEET CHOICE BEEF Steak, lb..! WESTERN Z 1Mi,ft SOME OF OUR REGULAR PRICES OLD WHEAT FLOUR CHOCOLATE AND COCOA - 10c SHOULDER PORK ROAST, lb SHOULDER PORK ROAST, lb. (beat cuts) CHOICE BEEF POT ROAST, (best cuts), lb 2 FOR SALE Young milk cow, $65. Call 90S W. Center. Frank North University Avenue. our store several times during s week and wonder how Skaggs' do It. There is no secret about our methods of operation. Our business Is built on truthful advertising, square dealing to all, Visit our store tomorrow and prompt service and dependability. take advantage of our splendid unusual meat bargains. SATURDAY UNTIL 12 O'CLOCK tender cans FOR SALE 5 r, tl&m:W m i thm ta eeonoBilcal The coal strike has been settled in production oocaieiiet to taw. the bituminous industry, and seems to m7- 'ul 3eg3t be near settlement m the antdricftl m ! J it of Interdependence Industn a won The miners hare Qistnct ... The n mmftiint fM a complete temporary victory. Total back to work at the old ialeT tK i. ever known, despite the tf- - dent upon each other and highest 7CT torts ot the President of the United how man a i;.. . The farme'r, th. J? f W?2er' SHS h he neVd. of "me"nttv" the ner.l .mmn tmtiiiZ, T4 7",S'w, u.s h hotin,;,' tart oor fKJ&r-'n-- i. Tf- and lU huw, yenr cut oown me proanaion ei iron wo agreempt w renewed until April fesi ta the circle of occupitlonL wnen me wnoie uo;eq wtu wm "K 'xm gether, form an prganuatlon made good. This has been Mrticu- - be reopened. The onlv sten fuppRes the wTnti each on?5 of ress u an agreement for the appoint- - more effectively than b. hrly true w2l raijroai neda. The demand has been tocreasing since ment of himself; lTj a petl bSS ajmSsija supply and the companies have jrhldt k to report by January 1. early spring ivJtem, ctMcl their The matter of M k Their men have scattered. forces. u whw ui raurow soopmen coo- - operation and adjust the relai ki u uiu countries, and the companies have tinuea. The roads unqoetionabTy are tween me members ! decided that thev must reicbwl iaim emhamuaH h m u am lest 10 ioe 'vT.r . T : . r r v,.Jt:- - n.:. -i "I W aooiiea to evi j tn. o. wg reaucuons nuae last a larger volume ottrainc than In y dUpnted polky: How does It tffe tateVe; to the effective refuta Ion waived encept that to It rtrongry raphwlSi close t there is a seniority rights which they possessed that kdliduali have In supplying the homes of Provo with groceries and meats. Provo b 041 FOR SALE A chassis that will make a good bug, starting and lighting system, a Chevrolet engine, elliptic springs, $90. Schofield Auto Co. tf HOUSE FOR RENT E. 2nd S. Inquire Stubbs. 1 P"to! Corporafion, followed by the r steel companies. It too! k th e and mav be taken 1 ' r.try- by surprise, . ' is proot mat involuntary unemoiovtH tor tne preKnt at least is at e X ISZ Jf end. Thi explanation is that the steel indust ry during the war was largely dealers are astonished at the large crowds that visit and are served at our store and market on our busy days. Some merchants visit 21 MONEY TO LOAN on farms, 8 per cent interest 1 d coS3 in Somebody has to bay for abnormally Z 5n labor market since the depression nigh prices, and urnus the pay of all tioa with oAfr cop.rabU Jeny. ttert U no .ffiB, u ap ffalia intrmthmw mn. qch, Bcfran ha hsin rh afvanrs nt rlaftsB vnoaiq tt nt in the wngpa nf fnmmnn i!ir lunint InnH rortJtiUit sttvl nivumrifv Am Jeokins Knitting frills Co. To Sail for York) c The most noUble develooment 50 k Po&te:iT.Uf..&j CZ" fie Skaggs Takes The Lead Clothes to press. City Tailoring, 337 W. Centen Phone , Industry Wage 8 WANTED Dolly Bleak, Prop. Cadet These hose are guaranteed a new pair free if .50 they do not satisfy you; per pair 301-B- tf 850. it ' Work guaranteed. First class serv- lee. 42 N. 4th W., Proro. Phone M84. tf all kinds of material ; ' ' by The National City Back of New ,,suw.iiiBas . FOR SALE W ng 35t 9 ... ITvw "j Our store is i headquarters for Boys' and Girls' kind. Stockings the inexpensive, .Buster Brown, per pair . .. . . . . .. 254 Puritan, double thickness from top to ankle, pair. 1 FOR 8ALE ... i. Children 's School Hose vege-trMe- s, long-weari- . ': r in shundant luoorv.' Th the. past year was the imbalanced real question is mat of m.iL mdustry. gTea numbers ofcommunity life, and of securuie has done his work faithfully. consumers being" unable to adjustment of the relatinn. c ;tt f.H th. town nnmilatkini would-b- e their own product the workers in different indwJI?? drnn the coming year at as low a h"y reely bectnse ? give them the required pur- - The real paymasters of miBr?S pri; :e ,el a in the past year, and it chasing power over other products, railroad employes are the publil neld vel mht to be reprtt.'Sf '. i e crop again faces below unbalanced situation still 'exists, and in the settlements. ... .... T-T this move in, the steel mdurtry, while "ii fUs T SU,. ,.L Si inejneory-UDO- B owing to arougni una uvu toward readjustment on the President has been actrve wHiA wecvll. The carry-ove- r August V J .1921. was over 9,000.000 bales and ming. b not toward to promote a settlement in "JS troversv. was only about one, general readjustment. Au?.,st 1, 19 lialfhaf amount Even if world owmg telegram t0 Balanced August 13, from the New vS consumption it no greater in the It cannot be too plainly stated that State Farm Bureau Federation con ing year than in the last, stocks will be very low before another crop what is wanted to give the best gen-- . . .. . Is made. All textile goods seem eral result is a balanced sitnstioB "I1?.." lit' ..V be to likely higher. Ftdcrtio and sale biiccl steady employment ready ""T" Advance Steel far. . 0-1- 2 - - -- heavy weight suits, worth from $12.00 to $15.00, at the low sale price. .. .$9.95 6 - (From tbe .MantWy Bulletin for September Issued -- good crops are an outstand- - this one, because U tends to increase can their rights transcend the f?.;,.re j3 the easiness situa- - Industrial costs when --there still i the remaining 95 per 4enLn5t,rt i; not Ccrn hSl 1een, hurt in sows labor or etweajEW-Mhy drought, but the yield. t te AU- - all-wo- ol, or unconscious seemingly the jibea of the multitude. His actions would indicate he still holds his valued place in the community: His trouble started with the charge of Professor B. Ward, head of the department of zoology of the FOR SALE All kinds of mangle beets, carrots and University of Illinois, that be Is a pumpkins by tbe ton. R. Gay, 314 trout hog and violator of all the ten eta of good sportsmanship. W. 4th S. Phone 612 I Hi oof of these chances probably FOR RENT Light housekeeping will mean that Mr Pelican will be- rooms. 130 W. 4th N. come an outcast with everyone's door closed to him and everyone's FOR RENT partly modern hand aganst him. house, also bottles for sale. 132 Professor Ward is conducting an S., 1st W. exhaustive investigation for the federal bureau of fisheries at Lake WANTED At once, young man to Yellowstone In Yellowstone Na' In shipping department. tional park as to the relationship help Jenkins Knitting Mills Co.',,, 818 between the pelican and the trout supply. His investigation, which been progressing several GOOD BOARD for students at 326 has-N. 4th E. weeks, will continue through the present season. The flock of pelicans that live FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, with and breed on Lake Yellowstone or without board. 150 S. 1st W. numbers about 400. They "sum. . .. mer" aristocratically at the lake, feasting on the best the land affords from spring until September, LOST WateK, In flprlngville. two (hen go to their winter resorts ret!!"1 weeks ago. ReWaT!! of Mexico. to J. Will Craighead. 193 W. 1st N., along me Uuir The bird diets almost exclusive. Provo, or phone ly on fish, and, so far as the Yellowstone and oilier Rocky mounFOR SALE Twelve bar tain lake and streams are conon rels, $1.50 each. Provo Bakery. cerned, this means exclusively 400 trout. He estimates that the pelicans consume more trout than are taken during an entire season WANTED Students' board and by sportsmen. The pelican is no 501-room, $5 per week. Phone respector of size limits or open seasons, Professor Ward charges. wnim. 791-R-- WILL TRADE Sonora phonograph for barn or second-hanlumber of our gale on Boys' - ; By GEORGE E, ROBERTS'J fl'HE f ticn: broad-- 1 i . Wyman Berg. James B. Tucker, William Burgess, Fred Farmer, Inex K. Allen, Scott P. Stewart,! Everett. Alternates Thomas vv. T. Thur-- 1 naugni, cnsaoein urune, emetine Snow and Mrs. E. G. Hughes. The salvation army of mankind from war is the only thing worth writing about, says H. O. Wells. The $500,000 Kansas City motor speedway, now completed, will be dedicated September 16, with a international speed classic. Tbe builders claim a speed of 120 miles an hour will be made by the e PROVO, UTAH. E. man, A. Sandmeier, Mrs. Scott P. Stewart, Z. P. Draper, L. A. Wy- - racers. Bo the Business Men of Provo Believe a Daily Newspaper is an Asset to the City? Will a Daily Newspaper Circulating through the Entire County Advertise Provo?' Or do the Business Men Want a Collection of Small Circulation Papers, Limited to Provo City Limits, Weeklies and Semi-Weeklie- s? If the Daily Newspaper Is Wanted The Daily Herald will guarantee a real daily newspaper f with a minimum of eight pages, and telegraph news service t with 2,500 circulation by Jan. 1 1923; 3,000 by Jan. 1, 1924, and 3,500 by Jan. 1 1925. that if the steel Plant comes All that is asked in return is: That retail advertising be based on the of issues each week. That does not mean a larger advertising appropriation, but a division which makes it possible for a daily newspaper to exist in Utah County, At As The Daily Herald does no job printing business it feels justified in asking for a larger share which would not even be of business advertising, ' suggested ii the Herald was issued bat twice a week and also solicited business interests for their job printing. ?