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. VOL. XXXVII. uiii i... A NO. 23?. t i .i - , -- ... finni Il Ifin . .. HmM H yA 1 Iri; If I III. U U-- f- r. - U . -- : v.r,. - t -P- t " ROVO. UTAH, FWDAY, APRIL 20, 1923. .... . w, i,, " ?. " : .... .ItMlt'l " .... .... in - ' . aiuuad.wal th. ' -- ;W tha slris tod tbe boyVto6k a tha grade school dayyhe ntheydefeated tha league-Wednes- the-iead- -- - .,' fni IMlflHf7 " KIiKK HUIJUL FYanWIn Players by decisive icorea.'' ' , Ifl 1 - ' '! j 1 4- - -- ;y- IWrfttl""" I i HtlfS I 111 11 - - - ' .... u .... UwuiJLJ for Jaaios. wmiam 8on of Mr- TOehor. who died !! this ctty Moaday iTnatcner-ag- ' ;. - Hishup e -- . ' i- kelson presided. JSaei : ' v Hfi I at-th- ',.ce U tliSip ,,0ay ifternogtt. lift Trn llflMt Pf Ifj I Lll ..jick Jl Vi I II il I t 1 1 family 'T1 ' B L.rzllliUlt- " w w jT:- ' ' " Bave Mitchdl Gives Insiglit Into Timp Mger IIUlSl ; - mm - yqfr.y ..m arvsMsasjiMsssa .... - TJeT -- MMy .JWtsf -- 'r LlLiH fill ..f'.4l7'"'' " m ' - . 1 - n d well-atttnde- d il - I errmner to-co- ... : . : he 0 90-da- y ajBalggfJMwj whoa-attenafilgT- ! - riPPdpriHedtold.?t hi, ue-eoy- . , .tate b .:?;f . .t i jf iLtn ll tttiw T m D. j 1 t seani-ipircnla- If t h -- Tjoy-Ols- -- nnrion. ha - r. - II' II '.II ik 'r . '" weekirTlvb, IETS11G1 ' . i !I!tloa Jiaent tt .A it s u at ':';' treat ". Tc - :-- - it be-uti- te tn K!gt t jo . - of ": ao-7,- T Jclal ,"71M 'Py r " at - --. -- j .. leaguerflsfRBtBB1 aA V " ' opotfuig iraypr 'aA offmud l)f TOgfr' Crocr widXir. II. 0. Mfjrrill wero nomi doro Farley and the benediction was By A. RAY OLPIN. . prrhlL'nt of t're rmra-ffiiFta- r i ;t'roiiouncd;fittrrtrStiittt-r--fi iu', nt the regular weekly luncueon. i uo speakers were Elder Winters of The high scliools of the state have their attention focused on the B. T. Salt Lake. City.-- who was at' Hotel Roberts today. u- "n prger flavtnn Ipnklns wv. i'rfisu!fint in Kngland.in 1920, at the r. ?t Mirosont andpWlli in all prpbaMtty ' ' ' . time the Thatcher family left for continue to . h 1 i am fm uraon wloua have their eye's turned this iwrr anil W inon " rtah; J. w, McAdam and Bishop Nel-- ' Way until the end of the week When, mmiinaieo ror vice preMuenis. Bon A list of the members of the club "6k My Father" was rendered by the invitation track meet, and relay had been mailed out' to each member the quartet, Mrs. Norma .Bullock, Mrs. carnival will be held on the V. field. The top of Temple Hill will resemble of the club during the' week and each Mary Gray, Daniel Webster and Joseph Banks. Mrs. Bullock sang "I Know an ant hill Saturday, afternoon and waa to his in send permitted were the hofe-ruThat My Redeemer Lives," and "Face kings of the day afternoon confessed to Deputy since the county through Stewart &!mpraber nce, says MltcheU. The twirlera who athletic directors and managers- - are votes The nominations. werercounted. Boshard Sheriff that Karl broke firmen-deavprewas tc Face" the rendered 4y Allan Wirt. they Stewart, engineering loom up at present M possible tlmp game. mt0 the repair shop of Brimhall . to The to to- deterffiinea that Wore the day is over the of water in the "Parker the nomithe Henrie jsabell purchase by meetjng services, girls previous Addie Beckstead are of timber Miller, Bros'.' on West Center streety. Wednes Slate. canyon belonging to Thomas gether with the many beautiful floral the fans andjTisitlng athletes will be' JlWvale, LeftyMnrdoct: Heber, held the Franklin batters at her mercy nating committee. S o'clock. Boardman. and. sym- able to see a close resemblance be The following were nominated for offerings, bespoke the love. Barrette of Delta, who baa had exper- - almost constantly. She fanned 11, as day evening about '.. 1 tween the way the events" are pulled The arrested and were For D of com ears. iplaced friends. several . r boys the. many y pathy couaty Iaaueu Lassen Juua fl AnderReed . ience in the Florida (.secretary off and the orderly way in which ante In the the had been to o mission ward, county jot. Franklin. juvenile for trying purchase berg. Boshardr Clayton Jonkina, has also been of last year'steTimpa,-whgo about their work. "The reputation Laverh. Vest, holding .down, the jail shortly after theyIiadrcasheda the Boardman springs in Slate canyon MerT Taylor. offered a position .with the Pay son nt th R V TT tn mnlllnir nff tnieV RAIDS LARGE STILL to.supply the water for the county crew, ilo j:hecK; at the '.Whitehead Grocery Joseph T. Farrer and J. A. Boshard team; Slattery of Blackfooi wfio play-e- d Initial sack for the Franklin meefs in record time is apt to be en store. was ilealwas the Each time th infirmarv. The check stolen from and ball errorless surprised , were the nominees for treasurer. last year in the . Northern Utah played hanced if the present plans for the - j desk at the office of Brimhall Bros. about to be consummated, Wonderful catch with the crowd her according will come The from the directors of and Lake Salt Sorensen City. league, A aewly established moonshine day" Ire as carefully executed as. they - Both of the boys implicated a third to came Isamade were Home officials, runs county up by something Ing. Mitchell is at present In communifollowing nominees: 'George Fitzroy, manufacturing plant in the' moundrawn up and there is no reasoa of their own age, whom they say which interfered with the transaction. W. O. Creer, Robert S. cation with Snapp, last year's catcher bell Henrie and Florence Domlco of boy CurtlsJL T. tains near the Tlhtic district was are why they "should not be as a big clock: on a been About four years ago the county Heat and Merle Taylor. visit with them o? Franklin, i has previous Lassen and Mda Parker, to the Induce Brlgham Peaches, Jor raided by Sheriff J. D. Boyd and Jjej will be on therfjeld and each event will commission, then composed of Joseph "The" election ballots will be mailed the Jlaesef- - catcher. lat tie store. to Frovo. It he can be him uty Sheriff Otto ,BIrk, Wednesday be set for a certain tlrne The F. R. D. third Thomas and Reece, implicated when he boy Hyfum to the members of the club during the afternoon. given some hind ot wort besides the astenrehed the spectators At least fifteen bisk, sehools from with fellow who had been with Wadley, entered into an agreement week and the election returns will be ball playing, it la understood that he stole home, 'making-itrsa- fe rue owners of the confiscated ap- - Vaji & Stewart by which that been at twice or it had the after with partaorthe state will send teamft' Stewart sides Both slide. shop Ti knovvn at tlie next regular meeting of played Willxome hftra nnq th rofvfng spectacular JiaJL intenaeanr, to tne meet. These include such paratus apparently J to from the wag for the firm day. purchase springs for-tthe club. exceptional good ball, and committedrClosed up Timps. into a Wholesale manufacturing Of tainola an Kannh nn thft annth And grocery Mr. Boardman for the county nop- - -"- President 07 A: 'Spear "presided:' and igo Other catchers considered are Cal few errors7H3cronhTim wO. large the illicit thirstiuencher. Ogden oh the north. otTtha on was store becamer tion boya the by4 with the suspicious given showed springs "4 Bowen of Spanish Porkt wio Mitchell Prof: T. Edrl Pardoe. acted as toasH stills of 30 and-1exceptional ability gallons, capacity, The sport page of the .Salt. v Lake check cashed Boardman the to was Mr. which' receive bad master. Dr. H. G. Merrill spoke, of the twenty looks upon as , the topnotcher Qf willow, while Maeser displayed a cool- shortly after he., barrels and six. kegs papers. eet aa a of $10,000 at the experlation of th.e not He then heard had them. for of evterans. characteristic is for welfare headedness work Rotary tie last year's county league; Howard of dpjng were found and confiscated. No mash rare opportunity to match strength. told The the jehop. at the boy jobbery the oriiwvaier of, e Yonnt other-hig-h achoola" liquor waafonnaVTha o wners j gmt Tjktttrartth; the clerk that he had been working hoapital that has been erected! by the were not at home when the authori of the state before the state meet university; Harry Lott of CasUedale, has a lot of smoke with yhich he kept had In Brimhall that would "id the " the be for Bros, all return, they time. the springs batters at the International Ohio, guessing Dayton, Timp andTace of Price. Rotary ties called comes along. se. the Maeser first base- - given him the cneca in payment ror property of jhe county and Mr. Board-ma- n where some wonderful work ,1s being 'mod fly tne was to a install leu permanent sys- done in the Interest f such children. ence but is loath to leave bis position mttfi. fcsa in thfr eajne every minute, the work. After aaid Sheriff Boyd in telling of Tribune told of preparations being a taking the water to the county in He also emphasized the necessity of early," in the Price poetofflce. If he could never allowing anything to distract , store the dertHede-repaiehoprkerthe raiding and confiscating of the made by the Salt Lake City schools to when he learned of the robbery firmary. He. also agreed to maintain social work and urged that the Rotary be transferred to the local office, he his attention from the game. . "Apparently operations bad end teams here aa usual-- Morover place. was notified and office The sheriff's the system perpetually. club members become Interested in the npt begun. The men were just Helena Bates pitched a splendid may be seen in the Timp lineup, other-- getting 8am Bairds Granite tracksters are the When the option was up, a certl- same. wise he is out of the QnesUoOiri----game for the Maeser. girls, outclassing, Deiputy Karl Boshard investigated lined up, by the looks of things around in. eTtdencermewas the coming down strong, and Ogden and ConrdnTetT'With case. cWcinrof$10)00" placed Professor Pardoe told of the Rotary Webb ot Lehi, the finest little bail riMile Hoover for the Timns. who was oroaen the State bank for Mr. Baordman, who convention held at Pocatello and Clay- the place, and were getting ready to. Weber high schools nave manifested to .confessed navmg. .the boys on Page.) in ' Sport (Continued the Central Utah league last player into the business on a large scale. an Intention join In the fight "tor laaen me refused to accept the check or give the ton Jenkins, chairman of the boys' go wish now we into tne shop ana year) will undoubtedly cavort around r a waited had I '1 day orj honors.'"' ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. Jla check. Theyhad left two other contract for the deal. tfiird base for the Timipa. He is anx work, spoke' of the Boys' week which two and gone there while tne men CoacKBiir Jartls of Kanab will A few years later Stewart & Stewart will be observed by the club the first in the desk, they sakL one for checks ious to get atrial with the wete present." bring an array of Material; Nephl will The Utah stake Primary board $2raad"another for $3. These were sued Mr. Boardman tor his refusing week. An May. leaguers and the Lehi feahagement Is be "represented and every high school . In out entered kindto the so , the who agreement later fpund shop. carry to thank all those not adverse letting him Iravel' in wishes In Utah county will send a delegation . After the boys had given their story into in the option given them. The tfELIEF SOCIETY CONFERENCE ly assisted in making the Dr. J. E. faster company. v , "; determined contestants. of to water t or court to the decreed we benefit the' give robbery, evening for Wednesday Another third baseman who has re- arodd'usscehlc lecture The ' junior college meet should bethe and $10,000 they ordered firm cheekto bubub The stake .Relief society board memwpi. quested to get chance to play with of the Primary convalescent nospitar: an feature of the day.. interesting had been in there about a week ago be tuned over to the clerk .pftfye bers are preparing for a teachers' conThe monthly priesthood and union in Salt Lake City such a success. the Timps is WaUbeck, who Snow Junior college has already an-'played blamed court Mr. The whom Boardman. court to held for will taberbe another with thankful held the etake Utah to in stake boy, board they be of the vention with Midvale last meeting year He waa one. Especially is the W. V. Blakeslee, of I nounced its Intention of entering a. being the one to first sugges't going also stipulated that if Mr. oardman nacie SarUTday7ApflI 28. The meet in College hall Sunday afternoon at of the best men on the Mtdrale team. Now comes word through the lineup Forest Supervisor - to the store. .oheoK within 90 the did not for carl E. Htack10 S. 2 o'clock. held will at and o'clock. Dell be Webb, and will Adams, ings undoubtedly be able-t- o make Walter section ot the Salt Lake papere Ogden been to over had to a was a it will W. Allen time that passkey Mrs. Inez At and OrCreer give days, Knight 4 beujmed Continued on, Sport Page.) t. ley, Lloyd" Williams TEat Weber college, will send the & to used taken had been bef cash in Stewart Stewart A CAPELLA CHOIR TpNIGHT review of the instructions given at the fnrEhe interest manifested and the used and $li25 so- some opposition tor them. Relief the system wbfch Mir. Boardman of the conference till. at "the store. .. This rob- rendered for thaJecture"irom-th- e general 'The horseshoe pitching event prom-fse- s STAKfi PRIMARY BOARD, bery although known to the pro- - hadiagreed to Ironfall The noted A Capella choir of ciety in Salt Lake before the teachers' 40 be one 6f the most popular of of never had the of tn beenf the meantime the store, personnel r.Hptnra Westminster, college, Salt Lake J division of the Relief society. Mrs. J. . the day. As last year any teacher of "Heed-M. will In Jnsen concert at lesson, will giveniT ARRE8T ALLEGED JAIL6REAKER reported to the .police untir after thevthe county ytommlssion had appear beenj City, will be eligible tocompete' disclosure of the Wednesday burglary, changed, ajra the members of the new! the Commuwty ins: Council " JaTthe- - theological ae the state Congregational mantis rtn f as before and 7 -1 T. Gardner, Charles commission, James church this evening, 8 o'clock. partment. S. tCoibett, who is alleged to facofThe . event this winner the H. Wright and Joseph Reece. demand-Miss Dora Burlff will be the soloMrv5ae1e C. Carroll will review bave broken out of the Duchesne Y. U. might ' be seen t B,. of the over ulty be turned at10 ed $10,000 the. by! tflat SketchBook," by Washington days ist. The public is invited to . mmmmmmti. y county iail at Duchesne about, BAND PRAISES 6 or O'clock A Knight Trust and Savings bank tos tend, being promised an evening Ing, In the literary section, and every eventngjntil permanent organization nf a.rhmJ nsro. waa arrested Thursday morning Irons tOBslhff the ter of tah a J.-Moral and and as county. music. class Religious of Deputy BoydMarriage high Legion Auxiliary by Sheriff with the air .their eyes... & Stew ' through will be made this "sTniiin A B. T. few Stewart me months the a ago told of will bethetheme "Somebody Obligation" f.so ahoriff Karl Boehard. .. . 40 feet distant. I ieve art sold the Boardman springs to the r o'clockiat the Armory, the steel in state; to be made by rMs. Electa Dixon focused on the peg band :a'.k DEBATE. the at WIN best the was tot Corbett working according To date it is impoesible to deterstate of Utah, the water to beusedj Jirs. Frank Demlng. t Mothers, slstera before. the Social Service department horse-shoplant, site at the time of "the arrest, e 'out la the 'rot. the arter-an- d ag the exclaamtij beehive eection-- ot this M. mine who will win "Y" Leland Wenta, B. In-t- he dwlTesofmembelllhTImeHcM a is oemg LeVar tournament of faculty; interafterwrion are eligible for membership in for the Ducheene ouaty sheriff. Y. U. debaters, were more fortunate A. at union meeting Sunday Walter H. OHn at the Brtfeham Young the county purchased Jensen ia pitching with the. same gocd uo rT' ". university this mornJag:. The .professor. est In the springs to be able to sup- in meeting1 the Redfands team than noon, E. S. Hinckley will give a .talk . auxiuary. S. water. style that won for htm the champion- " F. with Miss At the tUAAtlnv this : Xl'mm President the Infirmary county ply that of the University of Southern on "The Parabe of .Christ" ARRESTED ON LIQUOR CHARGE, is an old friend f y IBIUUJ Not knowing "which one of the Callfoniivand jecured a declslTe ? ic--- Alice. Reynolds will speak on "Home ship at last year's invitational feet ' Jones ot Payia4..r;Qnnty repre- - en of vineyard Jias been a Harris. He isssocated with the Hr A. Merrill and. E. Dv Partridge "Wtatlw.pt the nuxillanr' wiirWtniliitfld nn A charge of having Manor in University otfdaho, and was formerly: three parties, Utah conntyr Stewart 'Ttory In their second California debate. , Building" In the senior department contenders and have a possibility still ot nomas ent or to ooeramnn, wi atewart, s i The complaint is on the faculty of the University explain th mimiu kt ( I of eliminating Jensen yet. . ," " tankation, swam to to Lenard Walker, constoble Colorado. With aire, oim ne is tisk- pay the money held In the bank tor so -Y. long, the Knight Trust and Savings fermanentrofficera of the organiia-- r .ot.LlndoiLHtiw:fflJtala1; net?! Professor bank filed Its auit In Interpleader; -hia" remarks," Continuing court. In the "elcte t the meeUng ing city ,m the nana on ijs It was agreed Wednesday that the 1 Oiin congratulated evening. - The offloere to be elect-- ! . i r ' SVi. I III II III 1 w re a CONVENTOIN HERE IN MA leader, and Professor Sauer on 1ia money should be turned over to Utah; president; first vice preal- -Knwlthta15 .daysto gTe..the! r nt, seeoDd "ftcw presidenCaecreUry fband, also the Institution on" having county tne Christian convenUon-o- f and It ls "Next week jnirWObraryTBehefil : state an opportunity to pay ' Mr. . central aectton such a musical aggregation. to the ueajurer.f';--workers devor ' I0V&U7 In BUDDOrt this Involved Cause. the will hnneA citizen Worthy Boardman PVPrv a money thnt the delivered . At the monthlyv luncheon spirited The professor of the of Utah will be held tProTO Saturday to the transaction. tor friend and increasing is. , emphasizlngi to atudenU, the owinjr 'address The 5 erin your , according library public In aid and Legion beld Sundar. May Hotel Rob. ' I..-," i. h population of the city and the greater circulation of books, it is at Hr ni Friday evenlnir tannonn nr. an announcement made by Rer. the Innportahce of being doers and hav- ' ORCHESTRA The county councU of the American' " FLAY. WILL of : the commonplace, w,u Mrs. Frank Demlng as Charles McCoird, of Community ing the courage k ' a friend in need. present will be organized at a meetLegtcn ' AT - ' ' Dlxon; repreaentlng he and Mrs, J. Ttf. Stiehl aa aeo-r- " church. Supt H. . The literary clubs of the city are making possible for you ing to be held in the Armory Satur-r-Puring" theaaembershlp 'tea to.be r VM OffanKeiL 'tTheae officers 7 Fie'dSecreUry W. ftoy Breg and Provo- - Kiwahla elub, -' '" ' the same time, enjoy a real 7 "..'," ? 7" day, His given by the:.. Women's ' Manlc'pal to support your library and "! preside this evening Clarence C. Hamilton, field manager speaker TefoTe the atudenU. , benefit Mr. arrangements of the of organ!-for Sutton, the Alleles agreement Ray courtesy 1 the at Through councU. Saturday afternoon expect ever tnmm in thiiinr'tha fhristkin Endeavor work, wiu theme was courtwy and tact i clubs have been made for the showing of the satloft of the council were mailed to wiU ty who is eligible for aid, bad been defined as the power to home of Mrs. Alma Van Wagenen, with the Jiterary memberahJp lnjae present at the contention and n each post In the county several weeks sensational animal picture ever produced. Philllps-Olseand the 41S most remarkable East similar CenterBtreet. -r: meaning. auxiliary to be present thU ern-ffl- f have charge or tne wort : ? feel; courtesy has ' exago. It Is understood that these agreemJohnson's Mrs. Martin . will and furnish Mr. - It is orcheetri" nd asatot In pictorial record of the perma- - . A new plan whlcbjias been worked He urged that courtesy should begin ents-have been, signed and ratified W. shows to Mm WUd a T. African Animalst concluded and "reading n"t organlzaUon -forming by pedition said Mysteming. tat, In other states will be presented at home, and commanders the by councJL n two took the Johnsons lentiment k. you in seven thrilling reels what years of the six county- posts, the adjutants eourtesyjjwn Hasleru.presidetit.oI Jhe ...... 01 be of great bene- - at the convention la be Inaugurated in I ' be the .. - , w and help to . played Solo will : also ;? by ". to obtain. the pel of Frank Crane. . terrible the American Legion Utah. hardships virtue of by Provo; Frank Demlng ) members of the orchestra, 'Miss Alene post of Prom in these of , , So tremendously instructive asjwell asjnteresting are' being the state executive commlure Harvard Olson, cello, 01 Americanization "FISHER IS FiNEr.a:r;-;-FhllHpatioHn; MOVED. OFFICE S V , afford INSURANCE cannot and Provo in woman child and other , man, films that man every of Utah county,, will be and Miss Gertrude Olson, piano. Strand theater, chairman ot the council without vote, tUndpoint Via v;The office of the Mutual Life Insur- T the miss it. This picture will be shown to - F The membership tea wiU be a conFork'deof Spanish Chappell Joseph New York has been ance com nan a A secretary of the council w ill be regular Wednesday, April 25, for three days, ft tn theKcUTitiea of theimportant moved from Elks' buCdiug on Uni-- j rnwited 125' with the city court when tinuous affair and will be held from starting Legion." Nine: are elected at the organization tn? movement this the , clubs in The S O'clock- until I o'clock !; Saturday cooperating A ttembAnhtn literary In, verslty avenue to rooms 1 and club. Ladies Saturday. and Tear Wilfbe chatffpd teenth , Sorosis, afternoon, Literary Centuryi the building on Center, afreet .. . . , a .1 i J Manager pave .Mitchell of the state aquaua auu mereuy came uuo imru The Daily Herald not fo print the j district court Wednesday, by which tK: the readers piUon in the league Timpsbday-xlr- e 1UI nf The feature of the Parker-Yanklt- n of The Daily Herald the first insight ' JttVen -Ti - erUfie'd "check for $10,000, which on the latter's j Daily ;Hfald believes with Into the probable lineup of this yeara boys' game, played officials" Uie na- - m'oney has been held b,y, the court Waa the fori1!?" Meldrum. of field, throughout pitching Knight, Tirnp team." s allowed l'un max names ui youug ooys or gins i rust -1, hank far several More than 20 men are being con- - mo wiuuors. . the wlia. laws hrokea .have for may j years. . . . . . . ildered tor the .l. poalttona and Bix nits ana. waiKea one. uyae uraven not by mblished. ttrst time The- agreement came as a result of should, Burl and for the pitched Wagoner the on new requests for getting places -ur course It is dlirerent ritn mature a suit in interpleader instituted by tho ' team are coming in daily from play- losers. or juveniles who are old in Knight bank in arl effort to determine offenders The Parker sluggers made 15 hits " ers of considerable reputation.,. ' . , who was entitled to the check. crime.) off moundsruen. the Franklin Ralph Of the ,three or four pitchers to be The money had been held by the of and' Hoover Wells the Parker chosen those, who fit hi to other places Berry Two boys, 15 years of age, yester- hnttlr fnr mnra than fitif va... a. Frank-li- n of Burl team and the Waggoner be the will team the prefereon glren y ,wV; at prices, v -- r'