fhnittfe yovernlHir 4, 1937 1 EUREKA REPORTER Page 3 Tintic Mining Man in Ible positions In the various L. D. S. In both Mammoth and organizations Whos Who Column Eureka. 'Ihe Deseret Newt tliu other even-USurviving are her husband; two In Its Who'll Who" Mra. J. c. Winn. daughters, Ncphl; column. Miss ,h Audrey Humphrey, Fayaon; one; lo MX !,,own regarding Harry S. Joseph. who baa been prom- son, Jack Humphrey, Payson; a inently identified wlih Tlntlc mining grandchild; six slaters, Mrs. Nellie! fur a great many Cushing, Heber; Mrs. George Shuler,! jears: Payson; Mrs. Mary Rodgers, Mrs.' Hurry 8. Joseph, prominent figure Clara George and in Republican Party Mrs. Margaret ilrclus, civil enErickson, all of Kanosh; Mrs. Emma gineer and writer, waa born In Ohio. June 14. 1856, a non Westbrook, Lakeside, Arizona; three brothers, Victor Barney, Pleasant of Solomon Joaeph. n member of the Ellsworth Zoni.vcK," flfshtlnic reRl-me- Grove; Arch Barney, Suit lake City, and Luther Barney, Kanosh. or the Civil War. . Funeral services were conducted 1I received hla elementary educa-tlu- this nrtemonn In the Eureka L. D.l In Cincinnati public achoola 8. Chapel. Interment took place Inj ri.d waa graduated from the Hughes High School. In 1887. he wbh grad- the Evergreen cemetery at Spring- uated from the University or Cln-- : vllle. ('iinali and waa awarded a gold Clean zinc laundry by scrubbing medal for Hchohmiic efficiency, with coarse salt end parafinn. Mr. Joaeph waa left an j orphan enrly In life and nold newapapers to hla pay way through school. After' ms hope completing his uulveraity training.! he became a topograph engineer for Ihe Inlon iVIflc Railroad. Luter,1 he waa chief engineer of the Salt I.uke and Ogden Railroad Company. From 1884 to 1856 he wan a aur- -' veyor for Salt lake County. Other! poaltiona he haa held Include the; prealdeury and generul management' of the Carina Mining Coinpuny, and prealdent and general manager of the Silver Shield Mining and Milling' Declare yourself, comrade. The Company. He haa been prealdent of Soviet is disposing of all idlers who the 8t. Joaeph Water and Irrigation have no useful employment." Company alnce 1901. Tm safe. Im a barber." Mr. Joaeph waa prealdent of the Utah 8tate Reformatory Board In 1905, and supervisor of the Utah cenaua in 1930. He la a member and paat exalted ruler of the B. P. O. E.. ' and a member of the Loyal Order of WIFE WANTED NEEDS PROTECTION I 73ET Cin-inna- tl. WE DO? - We are carrying one of the most complete stocks of general household furnishings south of Salt Lake. Our prices are as low as any and much lower than most. Our terms are as easy as is consistant with ..Vai, ,houW arms. ... ,M She What do you mean by following me around for hours? He thought you were my 001,1 ot She ought to wear it this weather if shes got one. I ; wife. lOSlO She Well, I'm not. He Er will y btf rOlD UNLESS EASY ENOUGH ST CO0. m pint- - CoM Cods 3o- - Say, ia there any danger in this Francis An officer has to know buainesaT how to manage men. No, not unleas you get shot." Helen Huh! I know how to do that myself. NOT TODAY'S KIND i SCIENCE AIDS THE MINER Mooae. good business. Our merchandise is the very best quality that can be bought. We are agents in this territory for such nationally known manufacturers as Frigidaire Gold Seal Congoleum A. B. C. Washers and Ironers Eureka Ranges and Heaters Coleman Oil Burner Heaters I He haa been apeaker of the House of Representatives and In 1932 was a candidate for governor of the state. Mr. Joaeph has written Bridge and several musical comStresses, an positions. including Cleopatra, opera Queen of the Cherokee." Old Trail March, Beige of Vicksburg, and others. Hla hobby Is politics. He lives at the Hotel Utah. S . I Mutes Building, University of Utah I Jennie Barney Humphrey Died at Salt Lake Monday NOT PLOWED 8KB0 A Farmer Bug My I what bumper crop that fellow haa. Baldwin Pianos Delware Kolorflor Bauman Brothers Furniture Lia Period Furniture ebsolute leaders in their respective lines. You will find their products here at prices low as the largest furniture stores in the WE DO? MIC FURNITURE Quart principles Is not Discoveries In physics and Director Utah Engineering chemistry, the nature of which no man can predict now, may bo made Exporlmont Station with revolutionary effects. By giving fellowships and dethat tho mine and grees in mining and metallurgy the REALIZING Uuh not only for a largo University helps to carve careena number of people, but furnlab for students and provide for competent replacements and markets for supplies and equipadditions to their staffs. Although ment, whooo producer. In turn, of the graduates aro consumer of agricultural pro- a large proportion ot the Station 2nd employment In ducts, the Utah Legislature, In various mines and smelters within 1911, established the Department the state, former fellowship men of Mining and Metallurgies! found bolding Important search of tho Engineering Experi- can be In practically every minment Station at the University ot positions (n tbo world. ing region Utah. Industrial concern! and IndiviThis department has grown to be the facilities of the duals on of the outstanding Institutions Station:mayIf use auch facilities are lack1U staff consists of In Us Held. elsewhere within the atate; If 2ve men trained In metallurgical ing the work Involves fundamental resecren and a mechanic science, search likely to extend aclenll2e tary; Its plant, of research and knowledge, or. If the results of the chemical laboratories, a machine the mineral Inwork will bem-2- t shop and considerable scientific dustries of the state in general. and engineering equipment. In co- Routine unsays, analysts and ore operation with the United Statea tests, which would be in competiBureau of Mines, it has published tion with private business aro not more than 100 articles, which are accepted. In demand throughout lha United The Station has undertaken aev-erStates and In most foreign counImportant commercial probtries. lems In cooperation with various has demonstrated companies. One of these wag the Experience that constant research Is necessary extraction of gold from the tailing to Improve our mineral product, dumps at Mercer, Utah. Prelim-innr- y to 2nd better and less' expensive to cyaaldation, complex methods of making them, to 2nd pyrliie material was subjected to new uses for them and to develop roasting, first In small quantities sourcee of raw material. Uyanlda-tlon- , and, 2nally, in the Staiton'a Urge flotation, crushin. and grind- , rotary kiln with a rapacity of one ing, mine ventilation, pyrometal-lurgy- ton per hour. ore Stiver ore from Mexico, submitInted by the A. S. A K. smelter at dressing microscopy and coul vestigation are uniting the thing El Paso, Texas, was also subjected covered. to a series of tests la the large of three By flotation alone, In the develop- kiln under supervision El Pam from the ment of which the Station has metallurgist played au Important part, ore plant. Mirny other big rouipaMe bodies In Utah, at one time con- throiichoul the country have used work sidered worthless, have become the Station's equipment lu heavy producers, employment has out difficult problems. Though It does not do assaying been provided for literally thouStation sands of persona within the slate for private appllrants. Ihe free of and millions of dollars worth of makes for prospectors, microscopic preliminary resulted. charge, has business The ouly The microscope Is proving ex- examinations of samples. for the free service ceedingly useful la helping to solve requirement the (ample must have problems In crushing and grinding, are that in Utah and be accomflotation, etc. So bene2cll were originated seven description of a general by that panied its arcompllshnients which it came from the locality beginning; large Utah companies, of Ihe deposit. la 19S9, assisted for several years and of the character f The data thus obtained I to be la maintaining a cooperative bails for a survey of tbe laboratory at the station. used as a resources of the slate. Thla haa been taken over by tho mineral 111 microscopic examination free The at la giving tud University usually Is sufficient to determine service. the principal mlncrsls la a sample have coals 8tudlea of Utah and whether it I likely to repreyielded much valuable Information commercial value, la thla way for the coal Industrie; research sent very often are saved useful prospectors been hu very In smelting nnwarranted blind ascost of la the work and to the locsl smelters, and. In addition, are oftea progress In min ventilation gives says to obtain Important Inenabled promts of appreciably lnrresslng which la not furnished formation efficiency and lowering cost.funds-- , analysis-- . chemical a of by the study Meanwhile, mental over-looke- Did you ever notice how a man emilea when he'i bought an automobile? Sure. So doea a man on hia wedding day emile. But the trouble le neither are thinking of the upkeep." J- ON AND OFF v pnEi I Just been reading about vert rnrpcg3 Assaying alx nighta each week able atara; some nighta they're brilA Brown, Eureka, Utah. Brown ao weak other liant, nights they're not worth looking at." How can you expect actors to be OH, SQUASH good all the time?" SIMPLE REQUEST electro-metallurg- 9 Again we repeat WHAT MORE CAN pint . ; . These to the best of our knowledge are the state are asking. Ane ,0siH nobody home com-panle- Roxbury Rugs and Carpets UNDER i' Mrs. Jennie Barney Humphrey, for many years a resident of the Tlntlc District, both at- - Mammoth and Eureka, who Just a few months ago took up her residence at Payaon, died at a Salt Lake hospital on Monday, November 1st, following an operation for goiter. Deceased had been In poor health for some time past. She was born April 17, 1889, at Kanosh, a daughter of Henry and Emily Tolton Barney. She was married to A. C. Humphrey at Fillmore on June 12, 1912. Thev moved to Mammoth to mnke their home. later to Eureka, and then last June removed to Pavaon In the hope that the chance would Improve Mrs. Humphrey's health. She held many reapons- - Emerson Radios rs - Professor What did Columbus prove by standing an egg on endf Student That eggs in hia day were cheap enough to be handled carelessly. By S. F. RAVITZ Mohawk Rugs and Carpets - Y Jf' kfoijfafflcurtm Wrestle with you? I should say youre too strong for me, Mr. i Onion!" not, Lobster-O- h, Mr. Shad, lend ua your acalea, will you? We went to weigh the baby, WRONG AGAIN KNEW HIS STUFF micro-scoplt- COMPANY PHONE 100 Eureka Utah mm I shuddered when Jim proposed. Waa he so awkward? Oh, no; he did tt so weU." "That fellow la a Bolshevist in disguise." 'Nonsense! A Bolshevist never He advertises. , disguises. m MW s w VR'