|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
THE PBOYO EVENING HER ALDr MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1925. m y efcbs 'htur.A Mrs, Carol Pyn entertained her ranged for and everyUidy is invited. " ; home. lasf Saturcard flub It B. was hostess to Asliton ume'was Mrs. Tl J. pleasttieruooa,; day antly spent piayiug cards after the members of tho Saturday Afterwhich refrehiuenU were served to noon bridge club at her himie SaturV Jwelve guests. day,, March 2S. Iiudse was played i was Fred for which Mr The B. T. U. Women met at the awarded the gues Prisie aud Mra. home of Mrs. C W. Whittaker at M. B. Pope guest prise. A dainty a Kensington last Saturday after- luncheon was. serwd. noon. Musical numbers were furnThose present were Mrs. S. W. and ished by Mbwes Georgia Mrs. v Jiww.v Gae, Mrs. Ohnruiain XuttaU and children of .Charli. Warily Jlcii. A. B. Morjtnn, the hostesKea. Mrs. M. B, rope, Mrs, Fred Olsea, The hostess? for the 'afternoon Jim. Swea ). Nlclson, Mrs. F. i. were Mm G W, Whittaker, Mrs. Hedonist," Mrs. Iavid Otshaw, K. A. Morgan, Mra, B. If. Carroll, Mrs. Clarence Xaylor aiid Mrs. Mrs. W. P. Opttam and Miss Effle daughter. Mrs. Frank SlcEwan Wanilck. Mrs. Bunteas of Snlt Lake. and - l kt i Oih They Are Deauties! We Fa,: See Them Cordially Invite Ash-ton- 's in Otir Window and On Our Entire First Eloor ; Tliey Are Here! . Two Solid Carloads of ; Sprilf Ope rami: Mrs.-Joh- 1 . WednesdayAprilT-ls- t ' Living Room Suites Arrived This Morning V. To The Fourth ward Belief Society A number of friends and assomeeting Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 ciates, of Mrs. Havid II. Jones pleas- will be held under the direction of fantly suriri'd her at her home Fri tbe social aervlce committee. Prof. day evening, the occasion Ming her v Rearhard Maeser will aire the lea-eon on "The Unstable A delightful time was spent with Family, Mrs. Mabel Lunt will furnish the games and music after which ' remusical numbers, All members are freshments were served to tlie folinvited to be present lowing: Mr. aud Mrs. pwlght Bill. ings, Mr. and T.Pyne, The immliera of On met at the home of Mrs. William and Mrs. Ed Hinckley, Mr. end Mrs. MeCoard last Thursday aternoou. 1'hilpotr, Mr. and Mrs. I). Heiiry Sirs! DT Byron Tbe work and music after which refresh- Jones, Mr. aftd Mrs. Aaron Allred of , ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Jolley, Mr Fkrj'uce Si!tiiiier.- - MrsJJfira E. S. Hinckley will be the gpeuker Muhlestein, Itishoii and Mrs. .Nephi iu the First ward Beief Society Anderson, Miss'"Chhe Wright and Good Mr. Call. meeting Tuesday at 2:30. musical numbers .have also been ar- The Island of Formosa in the South Pacific possesses the highest sea ctirrs in the world. , birthday-HHlersarj- . "v Ix-hi- - Two big carloads Living Room Suites arrived at the freight yards this morning.. Our trucks have been busy, all day unloading them. We are uncrating and unpacking these suites and getting all ready for the big carload lot sale which opens Wednesday morning. This is ait important event ni our history. It is the largest shipment of straight Living Room Suites that -- we have ever shipped at one time. Buy your Living Room Suite Wednesday morning. See Them in Our Window- ; " , DAUGHTERS JiafSCFrcm OF PIONEERS J IS1". 4f 4 -- ' f , : . . i , . " " '. - " 7" - jtrt -- vy yw v y - ti , Mf-'y-- st , V,vl' or- - according to the report read by Mrs. Seraph Noyes Jackson, treasurer. Annio Iturie" was- - rendorod by Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Sadie Fwrnir (nltlia tinil Mr.; Other officer.8 elected wera as tnirii.tiM t)Hfffl vice president; Mrs. ' ;',, ' T I" 5 J A 1 ' r 1 "' Bernettu nd t secretary Etta Mrs. ; lnn-gerfiel- d HERE ', Mirrored In every cup is the lure ind -- - , I . . - - . -I... ' . f tea only these are .good enough for TreeTeaJapan. ''''- Is one of the latest frocks PHris. It Is crepe meteor, ' . Ir I : - jrlwii WTr hOf VV llClL X 1 ' W.ETEA : Big Easter Occasion dent Taylor, - , . '"Tobacco seed, from which dsn ret tobacco is grown, is so tlny.lhat a will produce single- tablespoonful plants enough to- cover ten acres. - WATCH FOR The ancient Romans ropes nud regulated the ply In their homes 'by wire water supmeans' of used.- - valves similar, to those ' ": , The1 island of Java is the most dprtsely populafed country In .the fMose Lewis' Ad to cause tooth decay. It is much bette to give children the right -- of candy kind regu- " larly.'- SixfUtrondisplaytdat mil good itoret to J mayhelpyourself. ' S3 JR JbroMr-pffff- we use today, world, 35,)00,O0O j . , Out? hand-operat- an area smaller than the state Iowa, on of PepMnint, Cinn-o-mo- Winto-greentic-o-ri- c. Qetve, and c , Jind tnitnpctTbe jnmenlis abeut the same size and shape aa a cornet Prevo Folks Find a Bad Back Heavy Handicap. The tones of the harmoaica.jwhtch is Is' your work wearing you out? Are you tortured with throbbing backuche feel tired, weak and dlsi coimiged? Then look to' your" kld- ueys! 'Many occupations tend to weaken the kidneys. Constant back dizziness and ache, -- headaches, rlwumntic, pains "are the result You suffer annoying bladder ..feej nervous, Jrritable and. worn out Don't waitl Use Doau'a Pills a stimulant diuretic to the kidneys; Workers everywhere recommend Doan'g: Here's a PfoVo'cake: ; Geo. Dattge,' plasterer, 666 W. 1th South 'St., ays: "Doan'g Pills are a remarkable kidney remedy. Any straining work weakened my kidneys, and the secretions became highly colored. My back ached too, I t:sed a box of Doan'g Pills and tlwv cured me." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy et Doan's Pllls--th- e same, that ilr. n Co., Dattge had, ' ii!lfrs. Buffalo, S. T. Advertise-. , lrreg-ulMril;e- ,'. I ' persons" living V Fogter-Mllbor- nent. j ' iWorkWearing You recn-ationa- of appreciation were ofMayor Hansen and Presi- the top and removed at the bottom, and it provides sufficient apses for fairly large packages, magMines, rolled-o- p newspapers, and the like. It consists of a sheet-metshell, about 8 in. wide, 4 in. deep and 16 in. high, open at both ends. . The edges of the over to prevent nielalMjr doubled injuiyrrThet3p-afi- 4 bottom, of wood, are hinged to the wall on which t ' the box is mounted and are held tight- - i ly against .the openings by' a heavy Saving the Clippers rubber band, eat from an old inner With either power or tube and attached to the inside of the ; hair clippers the barber must continu- top and bottom by means of hooks ally, shake, or rap them against the and screweyes, as shown. In use, the a thetrtdtT-tremove bair dmTf m from their teeth. While this may not HINGED TOP involve much risk of damage to the 3CREWEYE customers. AND HOOK clipper, It is smoyinzto t. ' ;.l.- -t HEAVY l o avoid ill.' uiis, one oaruec nimtut-RUBBER solid rubber ball by means of a counBAND tersunk screw to either side of , the chair 'at the top, and found that,-btapping the clipper lightly against the ball, all the hair ends were thrown out. Farrington, head of the geology department of the Field Museum of natural history, - They were imprisoned in crystal quarts picked up from rock formations in Brazil. The esti- taate-othe age is based on the char f acter of the rocr which. belongs to a period that, some ,8cientistiltec1ape; flourished over 500,000,000 years ago. - Words fered" by v et ' Hatching.;" with minor giving more attention to each other -road. ' driving with I baa on the pavement at . Ms. Mitchell, his family and some the accident, as a pre- - frjends had leen vl.s,Hi?g with hla, KTstfr, Mr. Anwh Hatch of tavO- il World Is Doing Y e LI! -" DRUTTXE TUMMIES -- 5 " . , cither car was occupied by girls aud was driven the time of the acciAccording to the' atorv told six, boys and by a girl at dent . ' , Water Found in Crystal Ten Mail Box Opens at Both Ends Easily ' ; Million Years Old Constructed along lines entirely difPlayed by Chart ' ferent from thow of the ordinary few With only a minutes of practice, Clear andsparkling as though they it is claimed, anyone, can learn to play might have just bubbled from a sprmg, mail box,, the homemade on shown tunes on a combination mouth organ drops of water more than 10,000,000 in the illustration is of unusual entv as the mail is dropped in at years old have been found by O. C. venience, Harmdnica-Trump- Vapo Rub t - The " As Seen by Popular Mechanics Magazine r, GIVES CONCERT eiie"wb-- theifneof nortp- - ;. antcneu car escaped ut.-wa- a bruises onely ' ' V. L IMEUMONIA VINEYARD M.I.A. -- .. I I -- new automolille storm: owned by un Alpine man. - - ' Suuday night was demolished when run into between American Fork and Leh! by a cur lull llVly : rain fe vrm a . jA ,' earlvscrtntftntcrop' mw nmm a Tender leaves of 1 Jielge shade. anJ trimmed with Dixon, corresponding secreSStrJch featbera. tary; Mrs. Ivy Holden Mortensou, registrars ;Mrjj, Sarah, Stark Van Wagoner, chaplain; Mrs. Sarah Me-- : Jones Ilaniseyr.ch(rlsterTdrs. - Call a a2,-.Aphysician. Then begin Wsa Bunnell Williams, organist. . "tuieluency" treatm6ntwitfi' . Mrs. X)uffy of Mil sung "Put ( (nJIour Old Gray Bonnett" ' Adoleacent tnoderelsta may refer to the unbobbed aa "horse and buggy,1", Closing remarks" were made by but when It came to selecting the most beautiful girl in San Diego's high Mts. Home, general president. Port IT Million Jan UfJ Ytamtf 'schools and colleges, Madeleio Fropser, with unshorn tresses, won out. The benediction was pronounced She was selected out of 4000 - pretty Caniornia girla. by' Sirs. Elizabeth Huyward, for, hy. the Xakeview aud the .Grand mer general president ' Following the" meeting a banquet and anaddres? on niusie appreciation wULbeZgTvSn by IW. S..W. Williams, who will and fheTIsitofs at the election with also furnish some musical selec- President .and Mrs. T. N. Ta'ylor" and Mayor and Mrs. O. K. Hansen as tions. the guests of honor. all joined in singAt A through service from London A free concert wIl be gived at to Paris without cars or ing "Hard JTimes Come' Again No changing the Mir--A meeting of the Vlno-yar-d alighting from the train will Iw- - More." Words of welcome were ward Tuesday evening under come effective shortly; when huge offered by Mrs. Marietta Beesley ' l Life Savers are the the direction "of ."the ferryboats .carrying trains are put and Mrs." Julia Hancock of Euysoii : ideal candy for youngconunittee of the organization iiuto crtpimjssion between Dover and resiiondcd. . . .. . . . .. sters whose tummies The Jameson sisters-o- f Simnish Four selections each will be given Calais. Fork rendered two duets with Miss are so easily upset 'by Thelma Johnson at the piano. richer sweets. .Mrs. Olive Lowry AmlerKon, - Takea-fe- w Us president of thq Springville camp, home .fqr that expegave a toast,' "The Daughters of the ctant moment when Utah Pioneers, past, present aud some little ffiller says: , future." i "Daddy, ,did you Miss Mary Foulson rendered "a bring me anything?" pianct solo and Miss Ellen Jameson Safe for little teetu, sang two solos with her sister, Mrs. Iiose Jameson' Funt at thee piano. too. .No sticky debris m y l. ayllAl J ' , M AICIjC' llAlVr.K.l l.llVr. lllfUUil W. ' I " f A ' " ' - ',', - : ' . - - ' 9 A.1M. . lI fllC 7 . $ - f - r-- f if j' 14 Becwrey, vice "president; Mrs. Laure l'ouiig- Foole, Beik,-seco- ; ' fol-io- first - s" - Store Opens - . y 'liii"''r "1; - : . ITeDaniel - ' , , The financial condition of the 2 ' C Mrs. Sarah Jones Kamspy led the singing and thiUdiapIain, Mrs. Mur.v tion. - - 'MF: Harris, Corbytt offered the iuvocu - - .... .. .. .. .. DAUGHTERS Mrs. Grace L. Cheever of Provo was president of the Utnh cotuity advisory board of tbe Daughters of rtah Pioneers' for therensu-ingjwyears, at the annual election held In the First ward cfiniwl Saturday afternoon. . Futirtwu niembers of the hoard answered the roll call. Mrs. Flora lican Home. and Miss June X'ilette, president and seeretary, respective ly of tbe general board of othe were also' in attendance. Tli annual "repotf showing tuu.t there are now 10 camps of the organization in I'tah county,- all tit which with the exception of Salem aud Mapletou were represented at. the meeting, was 'read by Mr.s. Cheever,. w:ho presided at the meet-ing- . Payson DhshomrfTresse$hifSS I t f Mrs. Grace Cheever of Provrf Is President' Advisory Board. House" Nephi "The Springville Provo Co. r-Rus- sell Music from Two to Five. Carnation to Each Visiting Lady. NAME LEADERS , Dixon-Tayl- o - Pari- . placed inside the horn, are amplified by the trumpet part which is slid Back and forth aa the breath is expelled or drawn in, according to directions car ried on a Visible indicator chart in front of the player. ... .Voice Amplified Fifty Billion -- . - -- 1A - Times through Radio Power of .the human voice in loud speech or song is estimated at only one -- hundred -- millionth of a on station watt, A using jBOO .watto, ."steps this sound up to the equivalent of almost a full "horsepower voice," which means that the original tone has been amplified about fifty billion times. Measured in this way, the vibrations that leave the statiea'S' wires are far more pow- -. erful than the noise that would be produceQ if all the people in the world could nite in one mighty shout. (Frequently a solid tire run out of line will develop lumps or an uneven tread. To remedy this, take the tire store and have to any pneumatic-tir- e tte Wlihet buffed, 1 Cleaning Rusty Tools : Takelhe HINGEO lid of an ordinary round BOTTOM can and partly fill it baking-powdNovel Mill Box with with a thick mixture "of fine emery Hinged Top srd Bot-dust and light machine oiL Touch Pmiu I In-ntioa and Rmutsl the emery mixture with aa ordinary cork, kept handy for the purpose, and rub it Over the surface of any slightly rusted tool or other article of steel postmafl lifts the top and drops in. This will instantly remove the rust the mail, while the owner removes it and leave a thin protecting film of by pressing down tho bottom as indicated. ' oil. . . - er " ...'' When making floating lids for de(TBy soldering the holes in the comers of" the top of the coil box of a Ford veloping tanks give them one or two dipper is formed coats of the varnish that is sold by car, a waier-tigstores for varnishm? that will serve for filling the gasoline sporting-good- s tank when no other receptacle is avad-abl- e, fishing rods. It is waterproof and is " ' more convenient to use than psmfn.n . ht !.