... NrV1; .,.,.,,., ... .- -, THE BINGHAM NEWS, BINGHAM, UTAH , . ?T 'jm'L McKen cf 5 2 0 0 Simpson If 5 1 2 0 Brenen c 5 0 2 0 Brang p 5 1 0. 1 Totals - .45 14 .12 3 GAL FIVE Bingham GARFIELD DEFEATS BINGHAM COPPER The second game of the Utah Copper baseball league schedul-ed saw the Bingham nine go down to a 14 to 9 defeat at the hands of the Garfield outfit. The game was played on the new field and was attended by a record crowd. Jerry Dunn pitching for the losers was one of the features of the game, fanning 12 op-posing batters. Broberg catch-ing for Bingham also did nice work, accounting for two runs and hitting right regularly. The score: Bingham B. R. II. E. Orgills 2b 4 0 10 Mhitly cf 4 12 0 Dowell ss 5 1 3 High 3b 4 1 0 1 Brady rf 4 0 0 1 Dunn P 3 111 Boberg c 5 2 2 0 Knudson lb 5 2 11 Ericksen If 2 12 1 xKent. 1 0 0 0 Totals 36 9 12 7 Garfield B. R. II. E. Nyberg ss 5 3 2 1 Roach 3b 5 2--10 Ewing rf 5 0 0 0 Grifth 2b 5 3 3 1 McKdk lb 5 2 2 0 When in Salt Lake secure your room at the New Wasatch Hotel 78 West Broadway, for accomo-dations like home. Jack Curnow and Charles Uren Proprietors TO LEASE The WALK-U- P HOTEL Consisting of thirteen rooms to be leased for 1 year. Newly painted and renovated through-out. A good boarding house trade established. Mrs. C. Van Tromp. Cuprum, Bingham. FOR SALE A Good Milch Cow. Giving about 4 gallons of milk daily. Apply KUPHALDT'S Ranch, Lark, Utah. Phone 210-J- 3. Look! Look! S : Joke Novelties Magic Puzzles Funny Banquet Npvs Table Decorations JylVors Magic Cards and mk " Kewpie Dolls of all Kinds Navajo Rugs Send for Catalog Free BIG INDIAN, 141 Regent Street Salt Lake City, Utah FOR SALE The Opera House Apartments with all its fur-niture ;also furniture from two other apartments. Apply, W. E. Collins, P. 0. Box 223, Bingham Thought for tho Day. If you want to get Into the good iracea of Vrae people, juit ask their tdvlce. HOUSES TO RENT Unfurnished, in Freeman Gulch. Inquire, Charles Kelly, 24, Freeman, Bingham. FOR RENT Desirable Furnished Rooms. Men Preferred. Apply Mrs. Worthen, 225 Main Street., Bingham. (Old Forman Hotel). When in need of a GOOD - PHOTOGRAPH Call at AMUNDSEN'S STUDIO located at 343 Main Street Salt Lake City (Opposite the Post Office) NOTICE Notwithstanding the continued high price of Sugar THE ROY-AL CANDY CO. will still main-tain tneir old prices and will supply the best of soft drinks and candies to be obtained in BINGHAM. I Say It With jj jj Flowers ii Give us your orders for ; ; ! all kinds of cut flowers, ; ; t potted plants and ferns ; ; ii NEIL O'DONNELL l Phonel7 DOESN'T LOOK IT MJy 1 sf You can't ay8 judge a lVZT book by its cover and you MrVy ri&l may think that coal is clean ytf-fii-k "iffife an(i without dcst or slag ? ,1 wnen vou kuy ut the 'A --1 llVl burning tells the tale. Our I ZnfeTTil Mi I hih ade Liberty or Utah l fryScH 1 KiPy Fuel coal is well screened and etMxKSS cleaned, and burns with a v'JAk brightness and heat that will Ii lMLt --'k cook and heat when wanted, - sen's. Citizens Coal and Supply Co. Phone 39 Bingham, Utah NOTICE! Did you ever buy a guaranteed used car? All our Studebaker used cars are guaranteed for 30 days. We have a variety of excellent cars Prices right Terms right. We fit your pocket-boo-k. Big 6 Studebaker 7 passenger. Special 6 Studebbker 5 passenger. Nash Touring 5 and 7 passenger. Nash Roadster. Buick Touring cars. Name the car We have it. 1 Our salesmen will be in this city every Monday and Friday. Headquarters GROVER'S GARAGE, 128 Main Street. T. W. Naylor Co., Studebaker. Distributors 175 East 2nd South 118 South State Street , Phone Was. 3251 Phone Was. 1266 SALT LAKE CITY Open evenings 8 p. m. Sundays 9 to 5. WE STRIVE TO PLEASE Bingham News Job Print Planf We specialize in COMMERCIAL PRINTING Patronize Your Home Town L. GUST, Manager Bourgard Building Aountaia Freshness Fmh from cow thai browM eon. tentcdly in graen mountain paaturaa, come, tha cream (hat la uacii In making Then a quick Hp to our modern, tan itart creamery where the ''cream of cream." i carefully churned end rmckrd rea J for uae on your tfole. Aik your gro-cer for Maid ' Clover butter He ha It fresh today. MUTUAL CREAMERY CQ Serving 1 1 Western Slacci BUTTER CHEESB EGCS aaaVa,A, I 1 The New Superior Chevrolet nger $650 The New Superior Chevrolet factory new fully equipped and deliv-ered anywhere in Salt Lake county, costs only $650. When you buy a New Chevrolet with its beautiful enamel finish, you get all the satisfaction that comes only with a new I one. You break it in yourself, carefully, and as the seasons pass you have no trouble with strained or broken units. Where can you approach this value at ?650? . 'TTU CARLISLE Tot prompt delivsry or- - iiamnT gffl den must ba pUced now Afr&jL VM V. uttf Let ns how you tho cat Call Murray 483. THE BINGHAM & GARFIELD RAILWAY COMPANY Operates through Package Car Service, in connection with the Union Pacific system between Salt Lake City and Bingham. For convenience of its patrons heated refriger-ator cars are operated in this service, semi-weokl- y, for the protection of perishable freight when weather conditions warrant. II. W. STOUTENBOROUGH, A. W. MALY, Asst. Gen. Freight Agent, Agent ' Salt Lake City, Utah Bingham, Utah aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa I - Royal Candy Co. 1 TWO STORES. I Home-Mad- e Candies, 2 Chili and Tamalet I Light Lunches t I BINGHAM, UTAH O'Donnell & Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS Bingham Canyon Phone 1 7 NEIL O'DONNELL, Manger - Main Office, Sail Lake City. Phone Wasatch 6461 NO SmOke Enjoy Cooking . in a Clean, Cool Kitchen p. c I U UUU l Every womait wants an electric range now woman should every have one for they are priced as low as No Fumes No Ashes ,,, Mn rfinrllina' C00K WITH electricity 1U tUIIUIIIIg Come in and select the model for your home--we have the price, size and style you want. Utah Power & Light Co. "Efficient Public Service" I Everything Electrical for the Home E life. Others live for the dollar, their only desire is to see their bank balance grow, and the more one get the more you can make. Financiers say there is a wonderful , urge to the game, when you notice how it affects men there can be no doubt. Life is a grand record of ups ana downs one man's defeat opens the door to another's opportun-ity. Human weal or woe hangs by a thread that may break without any provocation. Yet how many are there who enjoy the greatest blessing of life, that of good health, that ever return thanks for the crift? Usually men are so full of the. present hour proposi-tions that they forget to sym-pathize with those who are sad-ly in need of a helping hand when they are compelled to walk through the valley of sor-row and mourning. Yet when a loss comes to them they are the first to seek sympathy. What is your aim in life a desire to break down, or are you anxious to see everything advance? Editorial WHAT DO YOU LIVE FOR? The question may seem fool-ish, one might as well ask why were you born? But having been born you are here. the fates, whether kind or otherwise have let you stay amongst complaining humani-ty What do you live for? The ambitions of men vary with the influences that surround them, of some people it has been said "They live to eat," for them 'r, one can plainly see they are concerned only with a plenty of feasts and the good things of The Bingham News th poetoflice at Bingham Canyon, Utah, under the Act of Congresa ol March 3. 1879. Price $2.00 per year, In advance A Weekly Newspaper devoted r exclusively to. the interests of the Bingham District and its people. Published every Saturday at Bingham Canyon, Utah George Reynolds, Editor and Publisher Bourgard Building, Main St Bingham Phone 91 TOWN OFFICIALS OF BING-HAM CANYON Dr. F. E. Straup, President. Boyd J. Barnard, Treasurer. F. W. Quinn, Clerk. Board Members, Boyd J. Bar-nard, Dan Fitzgerald, R. II. Ken-ne- r, J. A. Wright. Town Marshal, W. F. Thomp-son. Night Patrolmen, John Mitch-- ! - ell and Thomas Mayne. Water Master, Wm. Robbins. Health Officer, II. N. Stand-is- h. WHITE LILY FLOUR The kind that made Mother start baking. $1.65 a sack at Well's Groceteria NOTICE TO WATER USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 20, 1923: Notice i9 hereby given that Henry N. Standish whose post-offic- e address is Bingham Can-yon, Utah, has made applica-tion in accordance with the re-quirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as amend-ed by the Session Laws of Utah 1919, to appropriate two-tent- hs (.2) of a Sec. Ft. of water from Bingham Creek in Salt Lake County. Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point S. 78 deg. 55 min. E. 1746.5 ft. from the Eti corner of Sec. 27. Town-- 1 ship 3 South, Range 3 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian, and conveyed by means of a flume a distance of 585 ft. and there used from January 1st to Dec. 31st, inclusive, of each year for the purpose of precip-itating the copper contained in the water. After having been so used the water will be re-turned to the natu ral channel at a point N. 82 deg. 18 min. E. 1753 ft. from the said Et cor-ner of Sec. 27, T. 3 S R. 3. W., S. L. Mer. This application is designated in the Mate Engin-eer's Office as No. 1)279. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit in duplicate, accompanied with a foe of $1.00 and filed in this of-fice within thirty (30) days af-ter the completion of the publi-cation of this notice. R. E. Caldwell. State Engineer. Date of first publication April 28, 1923. Date of completion of publica-- h tion May 2Gth, 1923.