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r h. The Herald Tfie;Wather:Z UTArWnow tonight an Wey jLargest circulation in Prow and Utah county guaranteed Herald advertisers. 176. - V0L.XXXVIL.NO. PROVO, UTAH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1923, IIIIIJIII TO DE HELD HALTS AT PRICE THREE .CENTS. . stilted Judge LOW Tomorrow citizensf Utah and other counties of the Fourth judiciaj district- - will Appeal to Utah state lSgislatora to give this district an additional judge. r In that appeal every citizen of every county of the Fourth district is" directly and vitally interested. It is something every citken shoiuldlslr of the legislature, but every citizen cannot , BOXER VS. WRESTLER. Bus boxing champion of Utah and Idaho, arrived In Provo this' morniu& reads to go on it li If evening" at the armory in Pfovo.'e. first mixed box-- " t Oil . mai&JWsdirectpTaLience The Daily Herald pleads their cause before the legislative committee which tomortow gjyeshjs districts hearing.- -The judge of the Fourth district is the busiest, the most overworked of Utah's judiciary. He has heard twice as many cases takes many dollarsjo make within the past twelve months as hayel?een heard-b- y any other Latter-dajjThatlt Saints schools met at a thousand Is "being Impressed upon uiairici. jucure. ne nas larjorea longer noura. ana more aa vs. Fri- Young university Thi the 'steel plant site belirlngers what has sat oh the bench from 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 o'clock day to discuss plans for thr fltreni canvaBs at night, and stiff the docket in the various counties of this dis- -. ening of college work and lha elimina aremaklng a of Provo to raise this city's steel site trict are cluttered up with delayed cases. It is because of this tion of high school classes within the Quota. "delay of the law1asheaymaTnrats,nthat TheTJailyTIerald It was Indicated that the church Instate to centralize its efforts on the the extreme for tends need another the urges upon legislature from the captains of the Reports --The Seventh Young university as the big church this district. in with fewer judge cases, district, bellragers received at the Provo university and it was expalined- that with Chamber of Com nt nH. L1"" two judges." tirtWghkeHnrhratton Ja"30. PLEASANT-GROV- E,: A ne achoorTior the threfrdayextensIon wires' their in the north and farmers end of the county will be held In the Pleasant GroTS high school auditorium 5. "The beginning Monday,-Februa- ry school will he conducted under the ".w fhft ..ib4JjtaJL.:AtrlcaltBral TTnitfld States denartment rtcrftureetafr and the Pleasant hou8e-to-heus- I ffllilPU IIU VU IIIUI! e : ;riK lillltii iramir I rllKllr . . LLnuUL Again Provo Ir on the .threshold of D baseball, according to well authentic reports circulating In Provo," Salt Lake and Ogden. t These reportr Indicate-- a Class D professional baseball league. These will be We cities in the new Pass - league: ' ' Salt Lake City, ..Ugaen, Provo, Brlgham. A Brigham baseball ambassador has been, in Provo for' several "days doing his best to wfirk Class D euMlusiasmTAat-hijiabucceeded is " evident by the impetus the new organ- - : izaiion aireaay nas received here. This impetus has gained considerable headway since the Sundarmeet-iiAgof"'th- e Central Utah league board of control Tvhen Lelii and American Fork Insisted unon a ' 4'? ner "cnt Bhai'e "dT"ProVo's gate receipts. The Brlgham representative says.-th- at be has assurance from President Lane ; of. the' Salt Lake Coast league team that the liees will welcome a fhiss L league in Utah, and Will per- rait the slate league playing on the Uvea' grounds wtien 44w roast lungers ; are on the- road. Mr. Lane says he will be glad to uso the state league teams as 'farms" ior Bee recruits that are in.t "ripe" for the Coast league. Ogden is said to be strong for a state league, if falt Lake and Provo are in it. Brlgham is hi the same frame of baseball mind. Last summer . T.oinmy . FUzpatrtek, then manager of the Ogden. Northern Hah league team, had a Class D' proposition all Jramed "up and had - ieiajwrJnqgfc - fottf-teaH- r' - ! , rnun nirirn ": IDDH ... - .3tntest. The LOgan boxer was delayed in , to. getting here, having arrive Monday afternoon.The delay caused the postponement of. the workout at the aromyr gym last night. , The match starts at 8;3Q ..lhis. evening,' doors opeu at 8. zr; (Special to The Dally Herald.) out nesday; colder tonight and portion Wednesday. church high, schools more assistance would be able to be given to the unicontributions ; school. ... versity. The faculty will be increased it is an well anaood tQecQnomize, as some penny-wise-an- d ' Tfie-pfbgrawill begin at 10:30 take ft long time pushing Hie steel pound-foolis- h and strengthened? find1 everything pds- have not is but suggested, legislators economy it o'clock Mondar morning with a gen. barometer npwa siuie;juipenioma.Kerituia school audi, i numtilv In the hieh moun ' R "flTr1aHq wMl- f- Thft Q. Tffff rtiTm eeiftflanatjxSelay-- j ustice, whether that be in a criminal case or in, a civil suit tain country The church boasd-.education indirect s the community singing, and the 850,000 mark today, although with Business "eorramons in the counties comprising the Fourth judiHad Provo high hoopsters played r tends to introduce nther music will be furnished by the prospects of reports this evening from cial district cannot stand long and tiresome standard in and court, delays ball duriug the entire game, as Ihey courses in music department of the school. Ant several teams it is all college probable that the yet this is what they must stand if the state refuses this district wnder Its. - jurisdiction, became did in thi! lust five minutes of the it address of welcome will be given by " ' 65,0.00 notch may bereached . before adequate service on the bench. , known at the conference. As this contest with "list Bvmijng tliH Mayor Junius A. rWest and 'response what-rekH&i-ft- oJudgg-JElia- s work, receives more strews hlghncliiwrl" Provo school would still be the undis will be made oy mrs. lvon wore, state Wednesday. Utah Hanspn, asking A wilLJiA tn Annitf npdeinonr nr ina wnrnon-- I tnnka rhi.K;pa pnnnf ;her district judge. The state asked that of Judtre Morsran. too. Fovo Chamber of Comerce, had noth- is JUtah business con-:,- !, of to interests counties these now Pn.vo. surimrvHi.. asking the vni,i Bunnell of Lakevlew, president pt tag to say about the steel drive tins seni to unnecessary m Rducation-aii- d each lost one game. 'have of because teachers Utah is training county farm bureau. Other addresses aeiays litigation, nearing He thought some' of the morning. " Of bB will be made by Supt Elmer Miller empiiaHized particularly of the belirlngers might re asking one judge tol do the work of two and all for the sake of ;wi11 Too much bef-tells the stalo ot and the Alpine school district, county captains j Cmtrsos in pedagogy,, nsychology a dav even-ingall other subjects lnciilent tn tltvUIHl "'sin 5 iwiuus in int- rrovu iwgii P. Welch '" " Agent-- J. ' Utah countyiias asked little of this legnlafiTr Nit thi co.rtiH. By"'"' Demonstrator Amy Leigh like Russ Jacobs and Sankey one of those in Class A--l have con county is solid in its request for adeauate service on the bench mtHR are to he strftnetheneri at ah: Payers 8 up against ? giants like " the of held each mornl'nirand afternoon, and tributed the 1922 Junior Hansen heard twice as pattern , cases class are this C0lleges:lter In the large During many Judge pleaded 01 luiugiuiit uratt aim uuiluu ui iuu will U. Y. IS. V. the for held be nf sections and YTtVat the wOganT separate corporations, Including the railroads. as most district judges. What will it be in 1923 and in 1924, nd much th& largest Jtmifrr colleges in the Nepftl isquad they Tiont-stamen and women. Among those who It was expected that considerable will address the men are Dr. T. L. delay would be encountered '.here as when this county enters upon the great growth of population and church school .system. The regular 01 a show. Kven then if the gameMtrtin pf the Young university, Prof. the corporations' contributions neces business brought by the coming of the iron and steel industry? college courses In mathematics, Eng- would have lasted another live miuthe scoro would have been differ l.C. Hoeanson of the Agricultural col sarily would be passed upon by their If one judge is so sorely overworked to take care of this dis- lish, science, history . and ecdnomics utus ent than 26 to 31 in favor of:Ncp..i. of 00ards of directors. also be taught. 'will lege, U. . Forester? Shoemaker in 1922 a such as trict will was what be do henot year ablao - Besides Dr. Widtsoe the - following Ogden. Dr. C. .T. Jones, Professor steel-pla- nt it' was in the second and third quarits multitudes of business litigation junior brings some of Class 1, when the Abell-x- rt A. C Crop Inspectors U' Isjreported-th- at the college it presidents were pres- - ters that the damage was done. And ' ,, . V. TW ' L 1,1 11, ..I dwAnonn n J TTnl,. '....,.,. increase its criminal and of to certain be accompanying um nut nu, .uave yarn Lucir noooas' V. J. coreusuu nuu fieio onouwu, cases, ' to - the secuired- B. B; Richards of the hioiogicai sur ments. noticeable as the county's population grows? PresldenrLane's consent, but . were in- the j Merrill of the Young ham President -If; Young vey. r.M; C. tnrougn "because Provo in college, Logan; state the real wisdom 'will it took advant- iniBBii displays minute and legislature every one game contribution forget iff Only Censisted upon sticking, m the- Utah uirlversltyryrctrWmii George Romnoy, Kicks Normal college, of came of mind frame penny-wis- e and decide that that every of would age to the that credited Lake it opportunity Salt Bedell Mrbeood Rexburg, Idaho; President Wayne their way. Not that they "bad more tral. CUytbat Ben REeldredge; Wholesale It Utah company. to Grocery of the state board 01 neaitn ana vmu give the Fourth district another judge. The Hales, Snow Normal college; "Pres- chances than Provo. The locals seem- - It. is pointed out that the' Provo is a common report in Salt Lake that state legislature should know that every business man. state league team could be niada up Byron Alder rthc JJ:CAevery ident Aaron Tracey.-. Weber Normal -fid 8trld-- all. of stars of the Utah -- - -t of the ; ior the prospect securing plant women's section will be .. Central, and that college;- - Presmenc- uuy t, wse?rcourt of and other student our see attorney, every the conditions, measno In small In. this way the county league could ' Latter-day Mrs. MaggicBurerof Lake Salt Lake county is Saints university; Presi seen a tne faclrliad stranger in m inter-At. judicial-districneed for another the Fourth lack of U. A. ure responsible for the judge dent O. U. Jensen, Dixie Normal col- game he would undoubtedly been of lad as a "farm" for the Provo team. .there In aidine Provo and Soring-What is the state legislature's answer to sucha unanimous lege, and President P. S. Harris of the the Already several of the county league's C, Mrs. Victoria. B. Christiansen, e opinioathaillia. nia4orltyots-thBarton of the Bartoh Pumt- villa W finance the site purchase. .If demand from-Uta- Wasatch" Duchesne- - counties? George nd Brtgham Youn g urftversttyi lads had never before' seen a best players have Tut out "feelers" Uintah, Provo wiea m on viwi tuire TOmpany.iuia A.--it. Bconoerg.iiutt basketball. For some reason or an- for state league jobs. If the Claaa li iegy goes through" will be jierved each day Uy a site in "the Grangerhesterfield other the boys fumbled and stropped to said to be favored. This elected president of the league." Mr. ft imiiaMiHetTEaitiC im- - the. Central Utah league may include It seemed ball the continually. the steell science department of the nign school. site Ms been'offerei treo-t-a Brlggs said. 'Professor Roberts would for them to hold onto it and Pleasant Grove and Santaquin-Goshen- . possble This would . place Lehi, - American Each evening entertainment features company. make an ideal president. I believe w ' they did get a chance for the Fork, lleber and Pleasant Grove in the will be Ktven. Monday venthgrrecraa. couldn-locate the basket (hey hoop. every city' in the league will vote for northern division of the lea cue: tional demonstratlon8wilLbe given him." HOLD REUNION During those two disastrous" quar- Springville, Spanish Fork. Payson and and an old time dance staged. Mrs. T. BASEBALL ' When ters Jacobs got the only ringer for Santaiiuin-Goshenjn-" Informed that Prpfessor Rolh Earl Pardoe of the Young university the southern - " r-- ' Provo, while he also registered Six division. be to able ljceum bureau will read "Madam Butthe ertrmsy'not accept, free"g throws out of 12. In the fourth Girls of club Members the Myster terfly? Tnesday evening, and. a mor-in: (Speoial to The "Herald.) presidency because of his. university met during Leadership week lnaCfi- - ojmtt:Ahj3.ttaxo.iad&JG picture Bhow will b staged, the & T J' unton. The. fiib'"was organized more the Nephi hoopsters, scoring tour field R last evenings , four fouls rence Brtggs of American Fork re another term. than 15 years jgQhy the girls attend' goals and- - three eut--o- f Farmerr and their wives from Provo foul . to" one . Bench and the. entire north end of the Central fuses, to be "president" of-t-he tag tlje U OTmarTdhdergarten course against Nephi's -lwp 'Mr. MendenhaU made a good7 pres:' . county- - have-beeInvited to attend Utah baseball league. '. ident last year." Mr, Briggs said. "If under Mrs. Ida. Smoot Dusenberry at pitches. ' " ' I have written every league board -k- WORKERS HONORED .pthe extension school; Professor Roberts cannot accept the the Young university. s In last quarter Jo ley and member informing him that I cannot presidency, I think Mr. MendenhaU each one of the During and-i two field goals 8611 each.c?red and' will not accept the league prest ought to serve a second term. I present related experiences were lave SPANISH FORK: Jan. 30. A aortnl playing like" Trojans of old. The B. Y. V. dramatic art depart- - dency," Mr. Briggs said today. fi.o ..nt.riv iat.inoiif .m asked board members.1' develop a ilttto party for returned missionaries of tlfement under the direction of Prof. T. were unanimous In declaring !U88 w"1 havf My time will be so' occupied with They Karl of Keeler, I. Nebo stake and their wives or partEarl Pardoe, will present the, play, business matters that I cannot take on mentioned here in Payson, has been that-thinspiration received in school 1ULI DViCUUO IU U lilg JAJi WB; . connection with the "The Great Divide," in the Columbia the league presidency duties," he con- league had brought them the success in life throws and not throw tie ball "pro ners, --was held Saturday night at the presidency. miscuously' at the hoop. Had he been Third wardmmuseroenr Hall and ,at- theater Monday evening at 8 o'clock. tinued. "I am a baseball fan, all to which they had attained. A nofmanonl A.vanl.oltnn nf tliA a little more accurate, a little better. inqg"iiy.ftwHiLjtua-4ieoir- f The proceeds or. ine, entertainment rlglit. and attend nearly every game. IRVINE ORATORICAL CDNTFftT 11 CBUl The early part of tha social .waa n. , u ; "av tuna. steel site will go Into, the M,ut t- v.0n tStyster club was ofganrzed" "wBrcn"winlnnri?JL. . e.:c I.--- ..i. . u uuo ui. i.rT ciipled with a program in charge f a: year daring Leadership boosted up tneacor-somew- h8 iuo time already tn lnaeiie. "Affairs Thorn once meet i ao ruat-iiriuc The studenti ot 4he Younr iinivsr. T. Lewis, the --- greatestlplay.9 ever presented outstanding fealhej8re other men who can 'take pres. are making preparations for the week at the Young university. ItwasJ It was a wonderful rally the Proyo David SPMNOVlljLJan. tures- being a missionary reading b is admirably weU ijdency, men who havemore time to slty It American in decided that each also community stageN R. R. Irvine oratorlcan rnnteat nni rational campaign of the Utah county don-bboys staged ip that .last quarter and Miss Florence Rowe, v the B. Y. U. players, and devote to it than I have."'- entitled, "The week. Several students have thntr where there are nongh members of that alone Bhould have won the game 'Mormon' farm bureau was, brought here yeste n Boy's xuerlenco." and should result In a large increase of will be organized with for them. At the local club a Mr. Briggs last year war the league addresses the of that and are now completed beginning putateet ite fund, treasurer. When he turned - In his ting the finishing touches on them. meetings once a month. the score stodcTlS to 29 In original poem by "MinnleIverson bureau officials quarter AmeeOng irf tbefhe was led 1922 report to President. MendenhaU, singing Among those present at the reunion faVor of Nephi, and more than one D.nf community 1 ... by V'- -l ryouts will be held this week for T. naii.; a large crowa oi imiuoio were Mrs. Ida Smoot Dusenberry, f an werwisJiirig-lhaLtliameoulMr. Briggs told the league president students who desire to were present at the meeting, in participate Swenson the jnyoeatlon. Vocay ' Mi .. while tne gamt--peon.. The solos wereofferedMrs. v Community sineina-- was conducted DRAMA CENTER MEETS that he could not serve as. treasurer ins aenato to be Held in the Tiear fu ite8anklm-&tewartJ. C. Ellsworth Of Dy Mrs. Mrs O. Hayes, Murray ture with the University of Southern Hedqulst, lead was too much to overcome again. prlnigvillei-Prol- w long A byThorna Mlner-o- f Edward Williams of Spanish Merle" Taylor, Mrs. Vlnna Lichfield tor ;I hope Professor Roberts will be uamornia or los the boys in the last ten minutes. Payson. iems or interest to. the farmers or tne Angeles. r ors. ana tt. h. Clayton of Payson; and Miss Olga Wunderly of Provo; At- - the end of the first- quarter the county were discussed by L. U Bun- revival of French Mrs. Margaret Miller of Wlseombe', score was. tied at seven all;, at the with a piano trio by the Misses Marv of Rostand as, the nell of Lakevlewy-HlWU-O- ore Williams. Norma Swenson , and Olea adMrs. Pearl Ekin of Vernal, Mrs: Glenn end of the second -Genola and R; D. Wadley of Pleasant classicism war thr"ubject of an quarter It was 8 to Huff, Remarks -- were W. Cropper of Payson, Mrs, Sylvesjei 18 In favor of T" dress by Prof. B. F. Cummlngs of the Grove. Npht. Reece, Henry A. Gardner and A. L. .H of TJroaotent Stewart Slary, the andilrfl. before university Young and Mrs. lTonGorepf Genola, state' Brlgham Curtis of the Nebo stake presidency HeberrMrsriJunius A. West of Pleas The The score: county president of the home section Drama Center last evening.. mission president, Sydney Corey; con- - , ant audience an attentive to QroveMxBJLWjotlMitAlpine, neaker"rave oL . on the the tarnvbureatti-Bpo- ke NEPHI. lerence presidents, pniilip Hurst, A. or Mrs. KUtn Airs, uennion vernal, then Btorjfcotaixailaya bytheminent cleanomandoramtestthati R. Creer,1 W. Fred Taylor and Mahan Lula Anderson of LehL v' will be begun within th near futnre; contemporary poet ' - G. T.. F. . Curtis. HT way 91 luiniuuvuuu, nviwmi 2 0 0 throughout the state under to dlrec- t- -i BelllBton, rf r. i A commiUee comprised. fni. in way a general " tion of the farm bureau.' ; Cummlngs defined Burtonrifr7TT7TJ esrved lowing bounteous . luncheon: ill movement French called i, Mrs. Joseph Wlikens, . Many quesUons were asked by the tha MiBTtrv 10, ?-- 0 21 Mrs. D. T. Lewis, PIONEER PROVO' Woahlngton.rc farmers and ; m real enjoyable, and classicism which had! preceded the 0 . 2 f.Unt, rg MIbb Eliza Martell. Mrs. W. A. Carl Bomantlcfsniortlieearirnraeenth 0 0 e ter, . a profitable time was Tad. Grace, lg -MiJirodfordMjsjhan-- 1 o :. 0 entnrrr and aicainst which the latter . The official87irthefarmTbureau 0 Broadhead, lg Ludlow, Mrs.. C. W. Booth, Mrs. Ed L rto , . . itconducted a-- ; similar - meeting at waa a strong reaction. Introduced WilllamBrMrr. liSra P. Larson. Mrs. DEAD : Totals Mapleton In the forenoon. The meet-- the ancient classica or ureece--,an- u .".....12, 10 7 31 D .B. Bowen. Dancing was enjoyed in b' Italy. Trance following the luncheon, and a general PROVO, with farmers and their wires. iHcimmo ' Italy in hr-t- proamnion vi r handshaking and, social reunion an. Sarah Louise Greer, wife of the late ancient classics. niMd r. P. Joyed. T. o. died" this morn from Nathanlel'Greer. school Djxon persisted "The classie POULTRYMEN.TO MEET, Missionaries were presentfjromrri. 0 -- a Ins at the. family residence. 67 East Dixon, rt ... ...... i . 0 the time of Louis XIV down to Jthe be- s -- comJacobarlf-TT- 7 nefVous Spanish ForkrPaysoh. Salem. SanU. stxeetr Soath of Third Proressor last SPRlNGVILLSS. eentury," Jan: SOA'meetmJt 'rinnlng of the 1 6 quin, Genola, Spring La. e. Benjamin, ' v Jolley, c .... plications. 6 0 Bnore, ueianu ana Palmyra. Pay. Mrs. Greer was born September 18, Knuqsen, rg gaUon of all broke out, with nie, Mapleton, Spanish Fork, and 0 9 so was next to Spanish Fork in reo-fS63. st Fillmore, Utah: She with her Pear, lg ... Paygon will be held here Friday .even-- 1 the principles held by the preceding 0 resentation, guests from that place in0 husband and children lived In Walls- - Collins, rt .. The "contrast can be Hlus. Ing to discuss poultry contracts. .schooL C. Ellsworths Hyrnm K. cluding burg, until 1905 when they moved to Beniamln. Brown, president of thejtrated by reference to the :onttaiti 10 18 .26 Elmer.' Ray Kerr. Charles Patton. Dr. V. 8 ToUls and have, lived,, here' since Provo, tah Poultry Produce. Incorporated, between classic; and mediaeval archl-wi'' , t!-- ' 0C- Ellsworth, Earl Page, Joseph i Referee, Taylo i -ethat time. classic be- jf- - "speaker. " AllUectnrev" For xample,Heaton, William Madsen and Martin She was a faithful member of the poultry producera are invited to at- - Parthenon exe?1"16"'0'81:,-t Schramm.LLatter-da-y ? Saints church, a devoted tend th MMiin t ti nmwn and 'nnrtion. clearly -- marked nnneceswno Knew su lorea ana, - OEBATE motner, HUMOROUShis company now are ty TONIGHT of Istrlct anything avoidance '. T. DISCUSSES ready to sign :. PROBLEMS ; her. contracts with Wpoultrymen.' u and Irrelevant, resulting In chaste Isary . .4iHalmMil itr mMM Survlvlnx her are four eons, Nathan Simplicity,. HBO BUluomivuv y. i. !. Boyle, professor of marketlner ' ' H.. ot Salt Lake City; Julian F., iel ' of conception, marked to ends, s unity at Women Should Cornell, will be the speaker at the that. "Resolved, Clarence P. and Ernest, all of Provo, GOATSKIN PRICE8I AT SHANGHAI, due largely to parsimony of detail. Is the subject of ah Inter. devotional excerises at - the Young Propose." two Mrs. Silver or and Gothic Mary daughters, Whilo tha wul.liU ...l.t hand the Chans. ' "On the, other and .Miss Alice' Greer of Provo; also estins humorous debate to be given university Wednesday morning. It ksl' Is not yet opened, there Is a dia-- mediaeval cathedral at Chartres, In the Bonneville, ward i la probable that be, will alsa-addrethis evening etatere, three less -Unt feeling among members of the France," evlncearf : Jjwportlon the . students of the ' college of com. "' v' $ . Funeral ienlces wllt"be held Thurstrade there that Prices will be at least aaUsfyinfc mucB.ibat a.rreleja are Miss Lola'Colvey, merce und business administeration. ' " debaters The In the ' First - ward o'clock J. at day Per cent higher than last season, from the rational point oflesr. In the afternoon Professor Boyle will f chapeL Friends may view the body Mlsh Eva Strong, JMrs. Hlcken, Jesse skins last year were bringing nets not ilmpllcity, unity not suggest-- and - Mr. to the tarmert of UUh county Mr. Manwarlng to Morreli;.. speak servlcei. the st America. Lion official Hunter" la "fitlts prior Call' . u 'm Brace is (he oaly ' " r wnis Mexican (48 cenU American d on account oi me man ' on the marketing problems, espsol.'' - 4 fnterment will be made in the. city Snow. eurrency) per pound. TheTpenmg: whole arousibg a powerful but WW ftmu appoints hta. 4J hunts-'em - hi filrver. Thla Is one of bis f The public in general U .cordially ally cooperative marketing tana - Price cemetery, under, the direction of the of the claaato trophlas, thU'year.Tt ts predlctod. may 'amotion. The , . v, . Invited to attend. ( Bers Mortuary. products, v. w 5 cents) per nound., it same differences. . . bureau Grove high this morning-Sma- m e 1- I of two-yea- junior-college- -- l Js - ,,,i - I r ay - t : I -- 1 . lflat laTln ILA, dollar-investme- Warson.iiy - - nt - -- iinaRIS-t5-SrTfh- eir h. vu s Gil STEEL SITE LAX vie. A. I MONDAY r -- " . ---- I . . I -i Knud-member- . - i., wh i- -x- -- he Hod-dap- rl. di -- d, Official Lion Hunter jjrc7ZliZS , . . v . of-thl- - . - K "- imikni.4 Boon-excel- ; led le 111 h It Jtpoult!Tiertro Wit ae - , il the-prln- uu cipal tr .. - , 1 -. ; n -- ss ; . rich-fJchw- " -- Uitte ,ut at t i : i l" . S.r i... TV i I . v.