|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
agb rous. THE FKOYQ EVENING HESAU), TnUESDAY. UXLCH 26, 1923. ARY KOLOBWARDS-HOLDPRIM- INTERESTING SITUATIONS ' W - . , CONFERENCE CO'iIINGPLAY ' y l ... ii iiii iim J ill . Spr ins Calls .'. - .: JL - . .... . SpjririgXdats $17.95-$24.75-$39- .00 Quality for QualitWe Challenge Comparison New arrivals this week from our New York buyers have . . Some Corking New Bov Ties - 3 ;:5()C: selling. . There are utility eoats, semi and dressoats with high mannish and turnback collars, trimmed of furr' embroidery j and buttons. All in the jwanted new spring shades. Sizes 15 to s Materials-KashTwill, Poiretsheen, Camel Cloth, deerona, etc is -- J - - I .. 1) l'i j ' - .Si J ,f , . y.. CHALLENGE PRICESON - (N PURE WHITE S75 3' 1 sur-rou- A M . priced to $45.00. "ghastly busliieHs." , ; , j? , I TM"i -- " .Ihciinfxrtant" ; PrrrctAJ. Albm " ' Nx raMirsttbt"caka" are made with Flapjack Fiouf For tJwt make all tbe m tkeoridrFUpjack flavcri is irttommon very dulerent trora cveryoay paacale flours. ThatV why Flariacka, pToperty' made, are always light never heavy; awayf tender oever soggy. to tell your pancake Flapjack has a Cavcr-storittothetaste'testandeee! Put appetite. for recouBWidaupui TO N y SAN JOSE, CalifIarch;-2(- i; (United Davids Starr Jordan. - president emeritus of lieland Stanford nniverslty, - v?ho re cently won the SK.OUO Raphael Herman award for the best plan to promote world peacerwill be honor-rby Callfornians of high and low degree nextinonihi, Tentative plans made here call for a public reception in honor of Dr." Jordan April 14 In the grounds of the Teachers' college here. Rep- resentatives ; from i all - California cities and institutions of learning will be invited to be present Dr.L Jordan's pins for promotion of .peace is one of education to de velop a sense of International Jus New&)-D- d Better BreakfaA That Good Goal State ! ; ONLY EXCLUSIVE COAL MERCHANTS IN THE CITY '" rnrinnriAa-inriaarLanj-i- 17 COLUMBIA STEEL DOiMESTIC.COKEl V SATISFA ft is f GUARANTEED. PHomn; : SPAFFORD COA L GO. for..-itw- CARD OF THANKS. r-all thp who so gladly assist- ed" ua during our recent lereave- meut In the death of our beloved husband, and father, Thomas W. Jones, we wish to extend oOr heart felt thanks and appreciation. We especially wish to thank those who helped with the funeral services and for the many, beautiful floral offeri- '; ,;', ngs. - '; MBS. T, W. JONES AND FAM1LI. . V- :: HOE 20-da- y days apart lew Today scape man, Ka s. uaramg, ior lawns and jBhrtibhery. It's, time to mora now 309 N Tth W. A-- 2 FOB RENT Rooms. On-ter-- - "A-- l v, Good FOR SALE rubber.tired buggy. Inquire 343. , . . r kha OAT FOR SALE Baled or loose. ' at Benjamin, or delivered. Call 217-D..L. Van Wagenen. ; A-- -l ' Barn, cheap, rhone 17. . '. M-2- T WILL TRADE 1927 model Port good condition, , for touring icar-iroadster in good condition. Address Bos 22.. ,. h Uouta No. M-2- 9 50 NEW HATS $3.95 -- Including all colors,- - shapes and mings. - 1 new trim - You will findrchami . and Saturday, yard guaranteed " . -- 884 E, Center. .V Featuring New. Skirts for Springy! . at Challenge French Percale, fast s, extra heavy , weight and beautiful patterns; 35c value; col-or- CC DUG ' LL . Friday and 00 1 Saturday, yard . ' . LL C ' . . - Satin : Finish . - ." fast colors. -. 36-in- ch enUhie Kalburnie Ginger ham, ": guaranteed fast f olors, all new ; patterns,; regular 35c value. Friday " and Saturday, flOlp yard . . . . .. New shapes and trirmnmgs-ro- f: colors; flowers, ribbon and orna-. f; ments. ryyardiilatfiled, i v.-- uuaranieea values to $12.00. : $3.95 ; FATHER GETS FOR SALE Choice alfalfa hay, In barn.' fhone McMIUen. ' . 607-J- S0!f5KEEPSAKE 8 HONOLULU IS -J- L L in nnreau or educttioa for the district, saw the emblem and ttotl- ftoH Ka oMa trtv.. ' .l.. ..V' uuut uiai roier would return It for a small reward.-Knigwan wlUIng, sent the moM and Peter relinquished the keep, sake of his son. , , , i . ..A-- . - Showing of new shades' for spring in plain box and accordian . pleats, novelty plaid and strine effects in the new short lengths; sizes 25 to 44. h' i Ji M-2- 9 guaranteed fast color Percale, dark and ' ; light patterns, 1C yard ........ ..HDJC 36-lnc- Prices1- . ORTLAKD, Ore., March 2& (United Press.) After many wanderings an elk's tooth, originally the property of Lome Knight of Mo Minnviller Ore,, has been returned to Knight's father. "When Knight died of scurvy on Wrangell island in 1021 while HONOLULU, T. H., March 28. rescue ' with an exploring . ... i. ne ml i (United News) Honolulu is the waiting wore cue emoiem oi expeuiuon, (rjilt'e- LOpr. C,iif, March narcotic ' capital of the United tbe Elks' lodge, of which he was Newa.)-W- hlle V. te oil a of R. was in welcome the a McUlnnrllle member. It dhv opinion States, Tbropp, special United States agent! foundjs'lth his possessions by an eovery in most parte of Californja, Jhe wn. pt Peter, Koron-asoruin rnarge or ia , ImU hobirr been - investiga ting the Eskimo lad, a memfier Of a rescue ex- "i"""" municipal baths are attempting to tor tha past plum' (situation here pedition which, went in 'search of find means of abating petroleum two months. the first Wrangell Island explorers. a nuisance. ' v. :. T 1 "Large quantities of . opium are The boy died and Peter kept the Recently oil has been spoiling landed la Hawaii every year," said tooth to' remember bis own son by. tbe fed-bswimming ubter Thropp. "About 1000 ;tlna each Peter fai eventually removed from raneen spring, pool, "the In and ep!Wol "More month is the average. than the Island by the soviet cruiser of )Cty Superintendent of PubUe half of this opium - comes from hBed Oktober, and1 after being Utilities John Henning, It Is bslmt Macao or from South America, and htfld for a time In Vladivostok was forced up from a deep-poo- l throng to returned to his native Alaska. '1 much f tt in turn, is loosened sands far below tha hoS California. There Jonathan Wagner, chief of toni of the , municipal weQ. EMM U. S. DOPE SEAT CITY BATHS -- FOR SALE ii OCANDfC'OCi Amoskeag : French Ging. ham, very best quality, I . FOB REXT . nnfurnlshed house, $55 ' S. 6th W., after 5 p.m. v;. A-- i . 20-da- fast "colors. Friday bargaUi. J. y The new French breakfast radbmerare really radlnh" Xoull have to eat 'em fast when they are 20 days old, as they don't last long in good quality. Make successire plautings a week or ten caded effects. $1.45 ' Special, yard Chamois Flannel, all new 'spring shades in stripes ihd checks,- - guaranteed FOR SALE Oakland touring car, drib- l all shades and ties and piping. l llf aaeiubais hof 4 mthths Silk Ratine, another pop-ular fabric for. spring and V summer dresses, all new shades and novelty bro- les and ladies;. Showingihe new kid 1)Qots style with h ' ,.,v. An i ..... .... - novdtyeelGrombinfc tiohs f ' sizes for. niisses r bling a,'much, finer passing gaftiewaufd,! of 'nectstdty, develop and coaches would begin tice and .friendship. It Is planned to develop defenses for-thpassing , to honor also the second anniver- eanie. Mr. Roberts believes also that sary of Jhe founding Of the World f Educational Associa the pivot, permitted by the present Federation tions, created in San Francisco dur code, might well be prohibited also. ing 1923, In the formation of whjeb Ills chief objection to it U that the the Stanford, educator played,. a defense extremely difficult ahd slows up the game. leading part. i;r. Jordan win oegm tour throughout the United States shortly after the contemplated re ception In bis honor herer new-sty- new spring -- e HAS SERVED THE PUBLIC FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS novelty- - ,i:,'V,N., BF havy wight aBd dre9p -- stated today. Xbetal the committee believes that if 1 smartness in these Rich, lustrous, heavy quality flat crepe in all new shades, and two unusually complete tfn QC every.yard guaranteed. Friday and Saturday,, of new Tiats .. .. v&ivu groups , . yard- ..; A Fine worsted, .and ,,' brushed wool materials, coat tuxeao. sun-on-. and other many styjes nnlverslt y, ""'".;r Mr. Roberts has received a, letter from Mr. t,- John asking 'for an expreshwnof ylewg and final conviction from the standpoint of th'is locality. TInm-- ' will be considered at a meettng blithe icumniittee to be held ahprtly. .';Nv v'''': ; The elimination of dribbling from the present scheme of, playbill be practically thejpnly recomaiehfla-UbnrMr- . Roberte V yard $3.d5and $5.95 fr '. Tfc! ...... Challenge Prices ehangea in the basketball,, from a college viewpoint is made of ,Engene L. ef the Weber gymSoberts, dim-tonasium and a juemher ot the. national'' baskethaJU., rules.' advisory committee, by L. W. 8t. John, ebalr-man of the national collegiate r. Jorrinff4 .......r...'. New Spring Sweaters r BE HONORED 1 .. tl halleweletenflllT . DR-JORDA- : Heavy quality crepe de chine, pure silk, featuring all new shades for spring. Special, Friday and ' OQ I Saturday, yard it U All pure pilk satin charmeuse, a wonderful quality for such low price; all colors. Friday and Saturday, M QC yard ylitfu . -- New printed crepes, the promising fabric for spring and 'summer wear , Challenge price for Friday ' 11 1 Q ' ..... ; and, Saturday, yard v 11 13 f ... J : I . MOTIENDM bye; L. ROBERTS fiivof-dillcrcn- 11 1 Challenge Prices from pur Dry Goods t Section' DRIBBLING BAN Some cm has GLUed them tKt "Havtdy tmk' and aavaagca! But hm'f ut twins"-panca- kes just the,dreasea ll .J mis oi cmuienge event, 1. men, new vanciy u me K.eyuoMj materials. Every new featureensemble effects, tailored dresses, straight line models, apron dresses, etc. Ladies' and Misses sizes, 15 to 4&r All wanted colors. OVN PAlENtS rt ..ii,,. . Just the dresses for Easter 1 Jfow. under Smith s orders, the gray atone walls of San Qnentin are to be shorn of their conventional coating of drab paint, and passing the big Institution (tipj-itio'iun- ibia NEW TOIlK onferryboats oon will see the first university wlU hereafter take over white prison walls in the country. from discoveries Smith has included in his budget patents arlxlng made In its own IulKratoriea,.Adoih for the next, two years an. approtion of this policy, announced as "a priation to cover the cost . of com- new and Important "departure" in San Qrientln the Columbia pletely repainting administrative, sys within and without. The walla are tem, will, it was declared, protect to be finished In alifernia-Btae- ee the investor and the public, and en of an ivory tint "now a somljer gray, able the university, by sharing in Tbe Interior, profitsi to promote, research., will he redone in white enamel. jl..:' gloomy color," explained Smith. "White, the brlghest color, reflects hope and sunshine, the .element most often lacking h penal institutions. "I have determined .to do every- thing pofmlhln in free the nipn Cfin. fined at San Quentin from the feel lug of depresslm aud honeloBBnessI which is general In such places, Tbe elimination of grey walla Is'a step toward this end. . , , $12.5 0$16.95 New' Modes in GREAT CHALLENGE FEATURE Spring Millinery JTHE Purchase rAnother.purchase of Summer Silk and Special: Printed Crepe Dresses. ., Copies of dresses it if y , TO BE PAINTED , two-da- a, SAN QUENTIN OF TOPVO- - gre e(? ft ': I1IE jDEPAKTME VT STORE and Friday Saturday GREAT UNDERPRICING OF oiMa $-11- 50 1 Sale easier nauen , tor spnnsr. out striDes b coloring and effect that one might easily think that stripes were a brand new idea in Neckwear. Make it a point to get in right away at this price u TWO-DA- Y - aflrautiiiirtb individual in 4 aU-iU- - ror new necRwear $ The Only. Exclusive LadieV Store in Pr ovol window," Galaworthy'n inter-- ' eating play, which litotw produced r cast at tb Lincoln by an high school Friday evaning and at the Provo high school auditorium Saturday evening for the benefit of the community welfara fund of the ftah stake ReUeC aoclefy, eoniaina soma at tha fineot altuaUona wan U a local play for' soma time. cerc In attendance were Mrs. J. M Mr. March (Lowry Nelson), a Men. Reba Mist Reynolds, Whiting. - John pi ycbnlogical noveliat ia - Interest John I. IloUer sbA W.. ed 4 Mr. Teprewatattw jof a window Blythe George Balllf). Ha lilierally eon. - f the hlirh council. -W man. Biu t uae Tbe Kpririgville HrsTwTirtnnml8'. , . , a UeuionHt ration of the lfnson mm in one pi 01 novels, This intetest gives Mr. Blythe play work, a playlet and, one-aby the various groopa of the Prl- - a chance to U U Mr. March tbe storj - Faith hoard r (Ireta 8iary waa represented by Mrs. A. u. (Hgen), who baa just been released Thorn, Mrs. Willis Suinsioa, Miss frum prison where she nerved a senMubel Ijiw and Mrs. Glen luliin. tence of two yeata for smothering In the Smrnd ward ,pagtnt her baby. Mr. Blythe, knowing the was staged representing the life of Marchnced a. maid, persuades tbe I'rophet Joseph Smith ' from them to take her against Mrs, childhoo4 to the completion of the March's (Mrs. Tbelma.E, Weight) translation of the Book of .Mormon. remonstrances. ... . . . . The Seagull glrla alxo gave an She comes. At the. end i of a Stake hoard members pres- fortnight la. tUxmiiweA, bj Mrs, ent were Mrs. M. O. Packard, stake March because the cook' (Mri president ; Mrs. W. H. Harrison and GeTfe Worthen) saw Faith kin Mrs. J. M. Pierce. ;.,- Johuny . (Stewart1, .W4Hlam), At the Fourth ward the history March's son. forthrof-thB Book of of the coming 'lne dismtSMU of tap h, raise Mormon was given in dialogue by ilBHh In th Mawh futiiH i liJimir girls, f the Seagull class; also La tne , tuidatj ahe'stay, loeaiixtK-dialogue by tbe Trail Builders and . . t'f . . 1. V I u. t. . I was an. iriuiiK uaoiuer. uis uie - fourth the third and playlet by accident which I bitterly" regret." a was A giveto by groups. story' The parents think Johnny Is Jok inember of tbe fifth group. Stake board members in attendance were ing, but when he goer upstairs and Mrs. 1. E. Bird, Mrs. John Crahdall locks FalfB in' her room; they thow1 : ; he is serious: nhii Xfttta Jiinff AMptnnn. Mr. March ' brings ' Johnny and .1. Faith before the family council In an attempt to atljust matters. The-- j party is interrupted when aH man of the street Iceland Van Wag- onen) whistles for Faith: and she tries to go with hlWJ ' ' '" ! A detpctive (Grant If:' Eggertsen) who is after the yoorig fellow fol? lows; him to the" March home and there tbe family learns what dis: 8A FIUNCISCO. March) 2$.r reputable fellow. Faith is keeping ' I company with. (Uniyd Sews.) lrIn cneenng jngs will aid restoration to Johnny Is willing to' take care.of normll mental condition of the hun the girlroin'ft sense of shielding dred a of "convicts now interned In ner frout another ffapi Faith retwo fuses their help 'and "asks that they Sn On entin, one of Callfornia'a ' penltA) tiarlen, that ' aid win be leave her aloi.- - Her last words are be can done irlth 'a announceto "Nothing forthii mlng, according mentf) f SYanfcn frank J.; Smithr grl'Uke 'e.f-.Margnret Plerpont takes the Suit h apparently gained in popu- Mr. snd a. few part of Mury, 'daughter iarlty wlth . Californiaus -- . weeks ago when be charitcterlzed Mr 'March. bangllRa over which he had to pre side mat after Induction into office Primary conferences were held la tbe Ma pie ton ward aod the Spring rill lint. Second and Fourth warded 8unday evening. constat' ,., 'The program at Mapleton ed of songs, poems and musical ae-II lertWna from members or tie vari is ous groups of tbe Primary organlution of tbe ward. Stake board offl- .... ,..,,,,., tji tfsaj - - - y-.''- . a k, '