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v : THE BlNGBlABfl NEWS VOL.2 BINGHAM CANYON, UTAH, MARCH 1, 192. No. 44 known in camp having: been con-nected with the restaurant bus-iness here for a number of years. Art Thayer an old time resi-dent of Bingham who is now living at Salt Lake was in camp the past week meeting his many friends. Chips ana Shavings Around Bingham Judge E. E. Dudley returned from Denver, Colorado, on Mon-day after attending the funeral services of his brother, George E. Dudley. Mr. Dudley was a prominent resident of Denver and had lived there over fifty years. Chief Kelly of Company No. 1 Volunteer Fire Department ad-vises all members of the depart-ment that instruction will be given on the use of gas masks and the chemical engine at the next meeting. Gene A. Hall, the infant daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hall of the Telegraph Apartments, died on Tuesday. The body was shipped by the O'Donnell Co. to Wellington, Utah, for interment. Joe Delaney's boxing program on Tuesday night before a large number of fans at the Princess Theatre proved of interest. Joe Delaney and Lee Morrisey, of Idaho Falls, the headliners. fought a six round bout to a draw. Dominic Tappero and Kid Davis of Salt Lake put over four fast rounds which was decision-e- d a draw. Davis substituted for Cal Harris, of New York. Leo Hansen of Salt Lake won the decision over "Wild Bill' Far rell of Salt Lake in a four round bout. Jim Gonzales, of the Highland Boy fought a four round bout with Senator Bollin-ger of Frogtown and was award-ed the decision. The curtain-raise- r a three round bout be-tween Bray and Stringham was fought to a draw. Several boys of Carr Fork burglarized the Eagle Grocery on Tuesday night. They were caught red-hand- ed by J. John-son, one of the proprietors with their pockets well filled with cig-ars, cigaretts and canned goods. Judge E. E. Dudley's court on Wednesday was one of the busi-est spots in camp. The first case brought before the Judge was the hearing of Alfonso Es-calan-te, John Drew and Joe Rot-ala- za charged with attempted burglarly at the Spanish Pool Hall in the Highland Boy on the night of January the 22nd. The case was defended by Attorney A. C. Cole. The men were ac-quitted. In a jury trial the case of Louis Magera was heard. He was accused of committing an act of fornication on the person of May Evans at the home of her parents on the night of January 19th. The jury found the ac-cused guilty of the act and he was turned over to the Judge for sentence which has not yet been imposed. John Kolovos of the Liberty Cafe of Copperfield at a Jury trial was found not guilty on the charge of having intox- - icating liquor in his possession. J. C. King was charged with dis-turbing the peace in Bingham and was sentenced to pay a fine of $30.00 or 15 days in the coun-ty jail. King took the jail sen-tence. Neil 0. Hanley plead guilty to a charge of disturbing the peace and was sentenced to 15 days in the county jail, also Manuel Gill, who was given a like sentence in the county bastile on a charge of vagrancy. Vic Finnell, a former old-tim- e resident of Bingham, but who is now farming in Juab county was a visitor to camp the past week and was quite busy renewing old acquaintances. A successful card party was given by the Women's Catholic League at Smith's Hall on Wed-nesday, the card party was later followed by a luncheon. Monday morning about six o'clock the Volunteer Fire De-partments of camp responded to the alarm and hurried to the scene of a fire at the Grand Ho-tel in Carr Fork. The fire is said to have originated in the basement and was caused thru the explosion of a still. There was about thirty guests in the hotel at the time. Frank Carr will open a lunch counter in Jim's Old Place in the Combination Building in the near future. Mr. Carr is well- - Copperfield Bandit Shot JOE LOPEZ ATTEMPTS TO ... HOLD UP STORE v. Jose Lopez, about 26 or 27 '. years of age, an employee of the Utah Copper Co., was shot to ) death on Wednesday evening when with another companion he attempted to hold up the Len--' daris General Store at Copper-- : field. . Lopez was shot in three dif--' ferent places. Walking into the store with a mask over his face he commanded those in the store to put up, their hands, which was obeyed by all with the ex-ception of Pete Lendaris, one of the proprietors, who dropped be-low the counter and gradually worked himself back to a place at the end of the counter where ' he had an automatic revolver cached. On' securing the weap-on, Lendaris immediately opened fire on the bandits. It is thought Lopez was the only one hit as his partner fled leaving one of . his rubbers in his trail. Lopez after being shot reeled to the entrance and dropped on the porch dead, hi3 38 calibre Colt's having fallen from his hand. All the bullets in the gun remaining intact. The shots of his companion who did the shooting from be-hind struck several cans on the ' shelves at the back of the coun-ter. Several men ran after the fleeing bandit and exchanged shots with him, but it could not be ascertained if these shots had taken effect. The Lendaris Bro. have been operating their busi-ness in Copperfield for several k ' years and are respected in the community and but for the time- - ly action of Pete Lendaris more serious complications might have occurred. The body is at the local undertaking parlors of the O'Donnell Co. man, Miss Caroline Rasmussen, Miss Hazel Hartman, Miss B. Martensen, Mr. Alfred Ander-son, and Mr. Lars W. Nielsen. Mrs. Boyd Barnard entertain-ed at Mah Jongg Tuesday after-noon. ; The Civic Club met with Mrs. W. S. Jones and Mrs. Effie Bar-rows at the home of the former last Thursday night. Mrs. Edna P. Wade was the hostess to the G. G. G. G. Club at her home in the Bourgard Apartments Saturday afternoon of last week. First prize in Five Hundred was won by Mrs. Corey Leiser, second by Mrs. Martin Thomas, and consolation by Mrs. Effie Barrows. Decorations) were carried out in George Wash ington suggestions. Luncheon was served to Mrs. C. D. Able, Mrs. Boyd Barnard. Mrs. George Bolman, Mrs. Louis Buckman, Mrs. Effie Barrows, Mrs. Eu-gene Chandler, Mrs. Maurice C. Cotter, Mrs. J. F. Flynn, Mrs. R. G. Frazier, Mrs. Lee Jones, Mrs. W. S. Jones, Mrs. Joe Kemp, Mrs. Corey Leiser, Mrs. J. B. Myers, Mrs. Lars W. Nielsen, Mrs. Joe Norden, Mrs. Francis Quinn, Mrs. Roy Schilling, Mrs. J. D. Schilling, Mrs. Martin M. Thomas, and Airs. Frank Ward-lo- w. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cole spent Saturday in the city. : Mrs. W. N. McCarty enter-tained at dinner Wednesday ev-ening, Mrs. B. B. Ramey, Grand Lecturer of 0. E. S. of the State of Utah, Bishop and Mrs. J. A. Wright, Mrs. R. Kenner, Mrs. Masters and Mrs. Cheever went to Sandy Sunday to attend tne Union meeting. Mrs. Sylvia Fook and small daughters, Miss Alice Showberg and Miss Judith Showberg spent Sunday in Pleasant Grove. . Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rolls and Miss Amy Shelley, of American Fork, spent Friday with Bishop and Mrs. J. A. Wright. Bishop and Mrs. J, A. Wright and Doris Masters were J Salt Lake visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ransom en-tertained at Mah Jongg Friday evening of last week. The guests included Rev. and Mrs. Fred Eberhart, Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson. Mrs. E. J. Jones, Mrs. W. II. Hull, Mrs. Will Trevarthen and Mrs. George B. Robbe attended the Colonial Tea given by the Lyma's Chapter 0. E. S. in the Masonic Temple Friday after-noon of last week. Mrs. Ada K. Hartonstein the Grand Worthy Matron 0. E. S. of the State of Utah visited the Martha Chapter No. 7, 0. E. S. Wednesday night. Miss Althea Christensen re-turned to camp this week driv-ing a new Buick car. Mrs. Emil Swan and Mrs. A. Nelson of Rock Springs. Wyo. are visiting friends in camp and are intending to make their per-manent residence here. Bingham Society Mrs. Eugene Morris and small daughter, Helen, were Salt Lake visitors Tuesday. Miss Caroline Rasmussen and Miss Don Ashton went to the city Friday last to attend "Sal-ly". Mrs. J. T. Waddell of Gren River, Utah, spent last week with her cousin, Mrs. W. T. Ben-nett, of Bourgard Apartments. Mr- - and Mrs. Lee Jones and son, Calvin, were Salt Lake vis-itors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bennett entertained at dinner at their home in the Bourgard Apart-ments Saturday evening of last week. Covers were laid for six. .The guests included Mrs. Hilma Wiles, of Midvale, Vich Tennell, a former Bingham resident and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tremelling. Mr. J. B. Myers and son, John were Salt Lake visitors Satur-day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brecken .spent the week end in Salt Lake. Mr. A. F. Tremmelling and Mr and Mrs. Howard Lee drove to Salt 'Lake Thursday evening to attend the Shriners dance at the Hotel Utah. Miss Helen Ashton of Mid-val- e, was a week end guest of her sister, Miss Don Ashton. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dahlquist spent the week end in Salt Lake. Mrs. Lars W. Nielsen and Mrs-- Eugene Morris entertained at a two o'clock luncheon in hon-or of Mrs. E. Hubner. at the home of the former in Mark-ha- m Friday of last week. The afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. Mrs. Louis Buck-ma- n received the high score and Mrs. E. Hubner the consolation and the guest prize." The guests included Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Harry Mitchell, Mrs. Miles Hartman, Mrs. Andy Anderson, Mrs. Corey Leiser, Mrs. McCole-ma- n, Mrs. C. D. Able, Mrs. L. Buckman, Mrs. E. Huebner and Miss Edna P. Wade. Decora-tions were carried out in sng-.gestio- ns appropriate for the twenty second. Favors were small American Flags. - . Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dahlquist .spent the week end in Salt Lake. Mrs. Lars W. Nielsen and Mrs. Eugene Morris entertained at two o'clock luncheon at the home pf the former in Markham Fri-day afternoon in honor of Mrs-E-. Huebner. The afternoon was spent in playing Five Hundred. First score was won by Mrs. L. Buckman, and consolation by Mrs. Huebner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ad-der- ly announce the marriage of their daughter, Pearl, to Mr. W. Nichols, Wednesday, February the 21st, in Salt Lake. The bride is a graduate of Bingham High School and a popular mem--, ber of the younger set. The bride-groo-m is a partner in the "Bingham Garage" owned by "Chic" Adderly and Wren Nich-ols. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols have lived in Bingham all of their lives. After ilarch 1 the newly weds will be at home to their .friends in Markham. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Hartman entertained at Five Hundred in honor of Mrs. E. Heubner Wed-nesday night at their home in Markham. Ladies first score went to Mrs. Eugene Morris, and consolation to Mrs. Paul Ran-som. Gentleman's first prize to Mr. Lars W. Nielsen, consola-tion to Mr. Paul Ransim. Two course luncheon was served to Mrs. Jleubner, Mr. and Mrs. D. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Andy An-derson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ranr som, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Hart-- News Notes From Lark Miss Bessie Hill spent a few days visiting with her brother, John, at Evanston, Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Tripp have moved back to Lark to re--. side. Mrs. Thomas Fisher spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Frank Nell. A Boy Scout and Bee Hive or-ganization was formed at the L. D. S. Church here on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Holt, of South Jordan, were the promot-ers and made interesting talks. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Nell were Salt Lake visitors on Monday. Mrs. Lorenzo Howard and Mrs Joe Park were Salt Lake visitors on Saturday. Mrs. Nettie Shippen of Idaho Falls, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fahrni on Sunday. The Misses Camilla and Ruby Bodell of Herriman spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Chester Bo-dell. Mr, and Mrs. Dell Nell spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Battison, at Riverton. Mrs. George Woodhead, of Salt Lake City is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Fahr-ni. Mrs. Nettie Shippen of Idaho Falls, Mrs. W. J. Fahrni, Mrs. II. Carter and Miss Vera Nord-ber- g were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Prowse at their home in Butterfield Sun-day. Mr. and Mrs. William Overson are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Webb visited Mrs. Albert Johnson on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Atkinson returned to Lark form Bingham on Wednesday and will make their future home here. Mr. and Mrs. John Prowse, C. Peterson and John Prowse, Jr. were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blewett at Salt Lake City this week. Mrs. John Steel and son, Leo-nard, were business visitors to Bingham Wednesday evening. A card party was given in the Club rooms on Tuesday evening. 500 was played and prizes given as follows: First, Mrs. Alma M. Blum, and Sime Peterson: Sec-ond, Mrs. W. Kuphaldt and El-bert White. Luncheon was ser-ved to thirty guest3 by Mrs. D. Nelson and Mrs. R. Meyerhoffer. Copperfield Brevities The first anniversary of the Oogie Oogie Wah Wah Club was celebrated Saturday evening at the home of T. A. Porter, in Cop perfield. Quite a variety of games were played, and musical selections received on the radio set of Clyde Jones were enjoyed. Those present were: Misses Irene and Teckla Martinson, Ma-bel Knudsen, Lottie Maxfield and Jean Edwards ; James Siddoway, Walter Rimby, John Creedon, A. Chira, William Greathouse, Mr. Clyde Jones and Tom Porter- - A light luncheon was served and the evennings festivities concluded at a late hour. The Copperfield community club held its regular social at the .school house Saturday evening of last week. Five hundred was played. Ladies high score went to Mr. Fred Drennan and conso-lation to Mrs. Guy McNab ; gents .high score to 0. W. White and consolation Bud Nichols. Music for dancing was furnished by a local orchestra. Luncheon was served to a large crowd. Miss Bessie Call spent last week end visiting relatives at her home in Provo. Miss Pearl Mugfur returned to the University of Utah Mon-day after a several days visit with her parents here. Miss Mabel Neprud spent last week end visiting friends in the City of Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Carter announce the arrival of a daugh-ter born Thursday. Mrs-- Carter was formerly Miss Leona Turn-er. . ... - Miss Ruby Bullock of Pleasant Grove is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hert were Salt Lake visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Evan Stubbs and two sons returned to Salt Lake on Wednesday after a weeks visit with relatives here. Mrs. Tom Wilson and sons, Woodrow and Billy, spent Wed-nesday in Salt Lake. Mrs. Joe Adams has been vis-iting relatives at Magna the past week. The Copperfield school faculty entertained at dinner in honor of the Rev. Fred and Mrs. Eb-erhart Tuesday evening. Cov-ers were laid for seven. Mr- - and Mrs. Joseph Anderson of Riverton spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Colyar and family of Ogden, are visit-ing the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Colyar here. Mrs. William Harwood and Mrs. L. Jones of Salt Lake were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dixon: here Sunday. Miss Edna Borg is visiting her sister, Miss Edith Borg, here this week-Mrs- . George P. Johnson and daughter were Salt Lake visit-ors Friday. Tom Nichols of Soldier Sum-mit has been visiting his par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nichols, here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barnett and daughter, were Salt Lake visit-ors last week end. Mrs. M. Roudebush returned home Tuesday after a three weeks visit with friends in Salt Lake. , Elmer Knudsen returned home Wednesday after a week's visit with his sister, Mrs. Rasmussen at Fairview. The Copperfield Community Club will entertain at the school house on Friday next, March 8. The program which is under the direction of Mrs. Fred Drennan promises to be the best given this season- - Those taking part will include Miss Alta Miller, Miss Pearl Mugfur, Miss Ivy Ba-ker, Miss Ruby Knudsen, Miss Maxine Delaney, Mrs. Bernice Rolls, Mr. John Culleton, Mr. Leonard Miller, and Mr. James Drennan. The program will be followed by dancing and refresh-ments. REWARD Ten dollars reward will be giv en to the person or persons who will give any information that will lead to the conviction of the party who took a lady's coat from No. 21 Carr Fork on Mon-day morning last. Apply BINGHAM NEWS OFFICE Nat Without Ber. A Dutch concert It a social enter-tainment In which every man sings hlf own toug lit the tame tltue thut lilt neighbor 1 tinging lilt, or In which each person present tings In turn one vene of an; song he pleaaea, aomo well known chorus being uted at a burden aftei1 each verae. Speed Laws to Be Enforced At the regular meeting of the Town Board of Bingham on last Wednesday evening with all the members present, Dr. F. E. Straup, presiding, it was decid-ed an extra patrolman be placed on duty to enforce the law res-pecting speeding through the narrow streets of the camp. Although some time ago the Board went to the expense of placing notice boards in differ-ent parts of the camp announc-ing the speed limit in each sec-tion these laws are persistently violated by motorists who take no notice whatever of the rules laid down. They tear through the street at a terrific speed en-dangering not only the lives of pedestrians but also more ear-ful drivers who are willing to, abide by the laws. The law is particularly violat-ed in the neighborhood of the school-hous- e and with only the street to play in the lives of the ' school children are being endan-gered every time they leave the school-hous- e. Violaters of the law at this section will receive special atten, tion. Through the of residents of the camp acci-dents may be prevented and no-tice should be given to head-quarters when the speed limit is exceeded. Motorists should pay particular attention to their speedometers and see that the speed does not indicate more than that designated on the no-tice boards, as violaters will be punished to the full extent of the law. Tht Ptaalmltt After a mun hat ta.kled three oi four enterprises and failed to tucceed In any of thnn. he utually acta hlm-tel- f up as a pessimist. Artificial Silk. Artinclal tllk It to be made In Ten nessee from wood grown In Maine, on a site occupied by a powder plant dur Ing the World war. FOR SALE THE EAGLE GROCERY AND ROOMING HOUSE One of the best business pro-positions in the ' Camp. A chance of a life time ' to make money Apply WILL JOHNSON Vienna Apartments Bingham Canyon, Utah Hat It en City Man. All the time, the fnrmer has for noth-ing the scenic outlook nnd the open air exercise thHt the city man pays out thousands of dollars for at week-end- s SHIPMENTS OF ORE FROM THE BINGHAM DISTRICT THIS WEEK United States Mining Co 43 Carloads Utah Apex Mining Co 18 Carloads Bingham Mines Co 8 Carloads Ohio Copper Co. (Copper Precipitates) ..... 2 Carloads Total 71 Carload3 Old German Belief. Among the old German settlers In I'enusylvanl it was a popular belief that a boy could be cured of home-sickness by placing suit In the heiut of his trousers and making him look up tht chimney. Moral Character Governs. It It not money, nor la It mere Intel-lect that governs the world It Is mor-al character It Is Intellect associated vlth moral excellence.