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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GRANJSVILLE AND HER RESOURCES. GRANTSVILLE, TOOELE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY JULY 20, 1917. VOLUME ONE. PROGRAM FOR THE 24TH. Unfurling the Stars and Stripes at Sunrise. Band Concert at Opera House at 9:00 a. m. leaves Automobile Parade Opera House at 9 :30 a. m. Prize for best decorated auto. Meeting at the Pavalion at 10:00 a. m. where the following program will be rendered. Music by the Band. Prayer by Chaplain P. P. Matthews Singing by Company Come, Come Ye Saints Address of Welcome Chairman . Fiank A. Johnson .Selection The Marseilaise G. H. S. Orchestra Rachel Anderson Reading Music by the Band. Cmoci Reading John Soclberg Trio Donald Rowbeiry, Marcel-lu- s Clark and Sam Flinders Hon. Nephi Jensen Oration Music by the Band. Afternoon. Childrens Dance at 2 :00 p. m. at the Pavalion. After the dance prizes will be given in contests such as Fat Mens races, slow races, three-legge- d races, boxing contests, TRAFFIC ORDINANCE TO BE ENFORCED. The. new traffic ordinance passed by the City Council last week in regard to children under. 16 years of age driving automobiles will be strictly enforced and the City Council ordered the Marshal to arrest violators. The penalty for violation of same is not more than $50.00 fine or thirty days in jail or both. A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fiddler Thursday evening. o A baby girl was bom to Mrs. W. A. Weaver at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Oscar. W. Aridcy-so- n . Tuesday. -- o A baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Palmer Friday evening, o A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Hammond at South Willow Canyon Saturday, All concerned are reported to be getting along nicely. o MACHINERY FOR < WORKS ARRIVES. NUMBER TWENTY ONE, WOMAN LOST ON DESERT DALMATSOS DIED IN ARRIVES AT ORRS RANCH SALT LAKE SUNDAY. Two carloads of machinery for Sheriff Adamson received the new salt refinery & Burm es- word Wednesday afternoon that ter arrived here during the early a woman part of the week. Ttte new re- built' ai once and finery will furnish employment for a number of men all tie rest of the summer. It is ex Acted that it will be ready for file fall salt harvest and will be in? operation all winter. The demand for salt this year has been greater than the plant could supply and as the ponds were greatly increased this spring there pill be to run the refinery. - The new pipe line to supply Burmester with water is progressing nicely and wili be finished on contract time, iThe Western Pacific Railway C changed the name of the station from to Buimesterj effective j Grants This will (eliminate July 6th. much of the confusion due to having two naipes forgone place. i lyi II. A. Peck went toiSalt Lake for a City Saturday afternc-ofew days visit there. will be ii i O 7 was lost on the desert, a wire to that effect having been sent him from St. John. He immediately organized several posses to go out on the desert and make a search for the lost woman. Just before the to start on left Stockton parties the trip for the desert word was received that the woman had arrived safely at Orrs ranch. The woman was Mrs. J T. Kennedy of Omaha, Neb., who with her husband were making a trip overland from Los Angeles. According to V. P .Martin of Moab, who brought in the wal'd Mr: and Mrs. Kennedy got oil the Lincoln Highway on which they were traveling and wandered along the west side of the Cedar Range. Running short of water Mr. Kennedy started out on foot, leaving Mi's. Kennedy in the car. After waiting a number of hours she thought that Mr, Kennedy was lost and started to look for him. She wandered around for two days without food or water and was nearly famished when she was brought to Ores ranch. From Tooele Bulletin. Gamis Dalmatsos, who was stabbed in the abdomen by Pete Koutroufenas Saturday a week ago in Newtown, died in St Marks hospital Sunday morning at six oclock. The funeral services were held in the Greek Catholic church in Salt Lake City Tuesday afternoon at two oclock. Dalmatsos who had been in the Tooele General hospital since the affair, was taken to Salt Lake City Saturday afternoon by his brothei, Gus Dalmatsos, who thought that his brother would recover quicker if he were in Salt Lake City where he has many friends among the Greeks. Just what charge will lie filed against Koutroufenas has not been determined on by the ofH- rials who are still investigating phases of the cutting affair. -- cei-tai- CHARGES AGAINST CAPT. BIGGS ARE DROPPED. According to advices received Walter Ingleby 4nd James Miss Vivian Palmquist returnlast night that the charges Reese of Salt Lake City were the ed to her home in Salt Lake City etc. which had been filed against SatFriday afternoon. Baseball game at 4:00 p. m. guests of William Ingleby V. Biggs for alleged Claude Capt. o urday and Sunday, returning to Grantsville vs Stockton. conduct unbecoming an officer, J. II. Millward, Miss Florence ' Dance in the Opera House in the city Sunday oevening. in his treatment of E. R. Wheat-leMarion Millward, Miss Millward, Miss Grace Bonwell of Salt m. 9 the evening begins at :00 p. have been dropped on the Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Green went Merinda Brown and Grant Ben- Lake City arrived here Friday made to the western desharp. report to Garfield Saturday afternoon, son went to Salt Lake City afternoon and will put on a play partment by Capt. C. S. Chappel-ea- r o in the near fumorning, turning local Thursday with talent who spent several days in Osmon Justesen returned L. J. Stookey of Clover, was home the same evening- ture. Tooele getting information first from a trip to Spring City, Utah, a Grantsville visitor Saturday. o o in hand regal'd to the matter. Wednesday evening. Mi s. J. Reuben Clarl , Jr., and O' Mr. C. O. Herman of Salt Lake Capt Biggs after having been Mi-s- . E. M. Spanton and Miss family of . Washington , D. C., City was in Grantsville Tuesday infoimed that the charges had Mrs. C. Ray Rowbeiry and Edith returned from a arrived here Wcdn&iihy after- on business connected with the been dropped against him, has children left Wednesday morn- visit inSpanton Salt Lake-CitThursday noon . to spend ; new sidewalks He returned to established permanent offices of ing for Henry, Idaho, for a visit aftemoon. their summer home-here- . the city during the afternoon. his command in Ogden. with relatives there. o O o ; There are many in Tooele who Frank A. Johnson went to Sait Miss Marion Orr returned feel that the dropping of the Mrs. Alex Johnson was in Salt Mrs. M. E. Halladay went Jto Lake the fore part of the Lake City Thursday afternoon. : from a visit with relatives at charges is only justice to Capt. Salt Lake City Thursday morn- week, City Abraham, Utah, Sunday even-- ( Biggs as Wheatley himself adreturning home Monday Two automobiles collided on ing. Miss Ida On of that place mitted when released from cusing to meet her sister, Mrs.R. A. evening. James of Council Bluffs, Iowa, Main street just at dark Wed- accompanied her home and will tody that he had talked too o who arrived there Wednesday while nobody was remain here for a short time. much and had made a fool of Mrs. James Jensen, Jr., went nesday and were afternoon. machines the hurt quite himself; and that the treatment to Salt Lake City Friday afterAnderson Eddie o damaged. badly Thomas Mrs. Mr. and noon and returned home Sunday Young he received was a good lesson in was driving P. E. Andersons car and babe returned from a visit patriotism for him and that he Gustave Anderson went to the with relatives at Evanston, was going to profit by it. and Legrande Fawson, Salt Lake City Thursday morn- evening. o A. of J. son wa3 Fawsop, to Miss meet his young The closing of the incident is daughter, ing Carl Johanson, J. E. Clark and car. Both care met Wyo., Tuesday evening. their driving Jennis, who- returned from a James Jensen, 0 regarded with much satisfaction, Jr., returned from a third car and in tiying to pass mission to the Northern States of Jefferies Delta, particularly those who took part Murray eastern Utah Sunday evening. one another the machines hit. Wednesday afternoon. They arhere arrived Utah, Saturday af- in the presentation of the watch o rived in Grantsville Thursday afternoon for a short visit witli and chain to Cap. Biggs as they of Salt --Mrs. Maria Woolley ternoon. Mr. and Hire. Alex Johnson, relatives and friends. He left convinced that their judgment Lake City returned to her home Miss Alta Johnson and Bishop for Salt Lake City Wednesday of the conduct of Capt. Biggs o a short J. W. Anderson went to Tooele afternoon. has been upheld by the authoriMr. and Mrs. R. D. Halladay, Friday afternoon after friends. and relatives visit.with ties. Monday evening. Sterling Halladay, Gladys Fiddo o Mrs. J. E. Gleave went to Salt ler and Miss Iva Fraser went to COLE BROS. A BIG SHOW. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Willis en- Lake City Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anderson Miss Tooele Monday evening. Mrs. Mi' .and tertained Hugo Fraser underwent an operation went to Salt Lake City Monday W. W. Twigg, advance man CHARLES A. HERMAN on her neck at the Tooele Gen- afternoon and returned home Berquist, Mrs. Alma Berquist, -the Cole Bros, show which for Mr. Olsen, Mrs. Anna Willis, eral Hospital Tuesday morning. Tuesday evening. & Deputy U. S. will be in Tooele next WednesCivil Engineer Gertrude Misses Marie, Lydia, Surveyor. day, called at the Bulletin this and Dorothy Berquist of Salt morning and stated that he Lake City Sunday. They retum-t- o 20 O St. Phone Was. 4885-A LITTLE BETTER FOR A LITTLE LESS found an impression prevailing the city by auto during the Lake Utah. Salt around town that his show was City, evening. affair. He a o merely s have tiro that x AMUSEMENTS. they thirty says Pearl of AUTO SILAGE LINE TO which of care twenty altogether House the Army at the Opera Builders of the Famous James Way" Barns five will be brought up on the GRANTS, UTAH. evening. Two reel comSaturday Tooele We plan, superivse, and contract, Septic Tanks, Cisterns, Valley depot. On account edy and the Pathe Weekly News. C. J. lack of proper switching facilof Anderson, Manager Prices 10 and 15c. Feature film Reservoirs, Poultry Houses. ities, the others will be left at Tuesday night. Usual prices. Ad. Daily Trips Grantsville to Grants the junction. These will not be o- -Round Trip $1.00 One Year Guarantee Better Builders necesary for the complete 5 Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Hicks and of the show. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Monto Bamis re- GRANTSVILLE STAGE LINE 'There are no Liens on our Jobs' S turned from an auto trip though X B. W. BLACK, M. D. Edw. B. Green, Mgr. Nevada Monday. o to Grantsville and S Physician and Surgeon. The City Council met in spec- Daily Trips Office: Over Grantsville V ial session Monday evening and Return. Special Trips on S Drug Store. new the on tax the levy passed Request. LOOK OVER OUR NEW LINE OF STATIONERY! if Hours: 9 12 a. m. paving extensions. 2 4 p. m. o Parcels Delivered Both Places. ar j 7 8 p. m. JE Office. Bulletin j Leave at Orders Viola Williams left Friday Miss ITS AS GOOD AS ANY YOU CAN GET IN TOWN. afternoon for a visit with rela- Tooele, News Office, Grantsville tives and friends at Huntsville, Utah. Cool is Drink a that Thirst .with that Quench al-m- os y, y -- -- . ' . i ! - w BARRUS & PRATT one-hor- se per-fonnan- I . Incidentally -- o- and Refreshing, and Served Right. the Bluebird II. Farley Kimball of Portland, Ore., fonnerly a resident of Grantsville, was here Friday for the first time in fifteen years. He returned to Salt Lake City the foie part of the week. ' ' o ' Mrs. C. C. Millward and Miss Grace Millward left Wednesday afternoon for Rexburg, Idaho, for a visit with relatives there. The Grantsville Drug Store GrantsviUe Drug Store for your Drugs, Rubber Our Line of Confections and Ice Goods, Stationery, etc. : Cream are the best. Call at the It is our Aim to please every one.