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' .,, .... . THE BULLETIN " : . ESTABLISHED 1889 FORH JEA OF CONTlNUOUS,CPM!trry SERVICE vv i . ' ' . ' f ; . "' ... .., r' ... - ..'...-,..:.- - , '''' !. ' ' ?' : BINQIUM CANTON, UTAH, TlWkv4mvJ,m9 : i ; .. " VoL9-- : uulu Lmaar j - : i i Ni'MHEB 44 ," " '''uiiwuTMwMawMmtiwiwjj t , v 'h' - a . V if DR. J. P. FLYNN . . ' w : s " , T U ' 1. s V.r ,.y rir miiin an APPROVE PRESENT r "r ADMINISTRATION At Tuesdays election the en-tire independent ticket was swept into . office by a lndslide which gave them pluralities of more than two to one over the Citizens While it has been apparent for ;he past few days to the well rnformcu that the Independent party stronger, the overwhul ming odds which they recieved oi election day was a big surprise; not only to their opponeuts, bu; to the Independents themselves. All of the candidates elect, with the exception of Rex Tripp are present, office holders. Mr. Tripp proved to be a strong asset Mo the Independent receiving the highest vote for trustee of any candidate. Dr. J. P, Flynu reeieved' more zthan double the vote of his oppon ent, Mr. J. R. Me Intyre. The. vote for Town President was Dr. flynn 768 and lir. Mclntyre 361. Accor ding to the official count of the judges when the count was com-pleted. There were 12H vote east in the two precincts numbers 186 ana 187. - .... ...... 'According to the judges some of the voters just cast ballots for the board of trustees and failed to vote for mayor. V ' .The election Tuesday establish-es the fact beyond any question of a doubt that the people of Bingh-am approve the present adminis-tration and their record as officers during (he past two years. The Masons and members of the Eastern Star, entertained at a Hallowe'en party Wednesday eve-ning at the Masonie hall. Bridge was the diversion. , Supper was served to Mr. and - Mrs. George Robbe, Mr. gnd Mrs. Jot Kemp, Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Showaltcr, Mr.'ftndV Mrs, Mr, and jMrf, James Barkle, Mr. and ; Mrs. 'Bert Thorns, Mr.' end Mrs. A. J.'Ingols, Mr. and' Mrs. James Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Chas: Austin; Mr; and Mrs. Earl Nepple, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steele, Mr. nd Mrs. A. C. Larick, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buchman, Mr. and Mrs.. Will Myers, Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ditlow, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Jones, air. and Mrs. Bert Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. John West, Mr. and .Mrs. George Bihler, Mr. and Mrs. George Bolman, Mrs. Edna P. Wade, Mrs. Robert Hone, Mrs. A. X, Macke, Mrs. Andrew . Ander-son, Mrs. Will Thomas, Mrs. Juo. Pitts, Mrs. Julia Roudabush, Mrs. Fred Bemis, Mrs. Theo Chesler, Miss Mary Robertson and Alfred Anderson. , ... .. .. REX T.. TRIPP,. " ' ' m. :' ' ' ' ... ........ t . . K s Kt. i ; - - '- .-- iTrr'itnf. V'I ' ' JOHN T. WEST ! , , i - - I !. i '' h ' ,' -- . '. i s - fci -i- n- run hii ,i A in . ..J " ., AUSTIN LARICK i i - tf- 'i ., - '"j' , " " ' ''" ' I ' '"' - I ;V 1 : ! THOS. H. McMULLIN iEGIONAIRES TO CELEBRATE ; preparations' are be-;- ? undo ly the Legionaires to celebrate' the Armistice lay anniversary next Monday. Tho climax of this celebration vili be a grand ball held at the Uobert Gemmell Memorial . Club. Ilie Legion her is a strong live i ; aiii:;;ition mid will spare no j.iK-an-s to make this affair a real jaent. T!ni building will be decor-Lie- d by tlie post in colors' of the jt'iraiiizatlon. The best music .ib aiiiallc will be provided and all ;Vvliu at teii are assured) of a good time. ' . ' , .!" s.'., j Several unique and novel s in addition to danding "vi!l be provided and each ticket il'ddur will participate in a draw-jli!- ,'; for valuable prizes. ISMOKER CARD AT GEMMELL CLUB i '''"".",''', '';'' There will be big smoker at the .Robert; Campbell Gemmell Club held on'Saturday November ninth j.at 8 0' clock 'Art Maake baa lin-e- d up an unusual array of talent) ('to furnish , the smoker fans with ,some real ftijoyment for the eve-jning-.'- !' '' ; I The wrestling matches will fa-Jtur-e Ira Dern, Utah idol against Charlie Straak and Jean Le Douz against Andy Brown in finish mat-'t'he- s. The boxing will bring out ' Judy LaSalle against Elmer Bal-lard and Tony Devoe against Bosftoe 'Hayes of Copper, ) while Swede Johnson and Kenneth Voung of Copper also meet'. Members wil gain admittance by presntinK.the.ir club cards at the door. . .tX ' ; V . . . ' '' imaimHifitfschoul presents " ; -- . i;T.ttR.CttARM CHOOL" , ' ' , ' v ' .' ' ;' f . iM! . i j Z v". A Comedy .by," - r ? ' ALICE DUEJl UILLER and' JBfeRMlCtfON ' ' By. Special Permission of SAMUEL' - ' ' " ClIARACTERg TO BEGIN WITH i Austin Bevana John Dobaon , An Automobile Slesman with Ideas, which David, MmCmum . : .... M ..... . . Andrew, .Tttkis . r " A, Lw Student, considers, unpractical, though George Boyd t,u a . ............. . . . . '. . Ton McCanri i An iScpert AocoUuttnt; iff "willing to and also, Jim Simpkin V," ',.,. ':,... Kenneth Harker r .". d" ..... ... v Tim Simpkini ..,... J. D. Caulficld ; . "Wko toil' not and hv never seriously considered spinning. iromer Joan v . i--. . . r . '. . . , Dell Iverson '.' ia the guardian pf . i Elsie JBedoUr, .iVJv Ethei Watkins the preaidtat of the BmTorvClasa at a school presided .oyer by Mist Ilaya-':fil'.,- '' ? T'"7', -- lievieve Miller : Who.lt iVd ad fr?Jby e!l who know her, including her Mie CaJfti V;'! Doris Barkle Who is alwsyU!iilMrink',well of the Senior Class, consisting of Sally Boyd ...... S.V.iUW. .......'. . . . .i . .. Marjorie Earl , .jfAf!H.Qkv' n4 ' Muriel Doughty .:.,..1;.J,:,.f...... ,i.v. Marell Murray Ethel Spelvin ',,".',. Dorothy Barnard Ali Mrekr5Xii:4S . .'.; , . ... . ... . . ,:. . . , '. . Betty kenip Lilliaa SUffftr&'?tt'. .."i . . ........... t. ........ Ruth Goesham Madga Kent Clegg i.i- -. U.iaikMidly; worth wUo to. mention a Junior Potsie '', ,!i . . . AVCiV. . ' I. , . . Erma Fullmer : VVf' 'V SCENES '. AjCT, I Evening ,.theoy'i room on the top. floor of an old !,; . faahioned New York house, !,' 'ACT 1 Il--Th Main Hmll of the achool.: t ;l I:".' " , Scene I Noon j Scene II iAbout two weeks later. ' Between cene-on- e and two thir curtain will be lowered . . fi miautei to indicate pissihg.tlme. V ' ' . ?" , ACT III 6cea IMIdnighVon the rdad . , ' .. " &9M IX The nJt morning .athe ..achbol. . "' . is-- ' - TERSONELL : . V " , - , . . . Director 5 . I . , .... .. . Helen Candland Music . . .V. . . , ... J.. Clement Crapo Stage Construction . . . . ... J. M. W'ooftBouse Publicity Bingham Activity Club : :. '. . " " ' " - '' '' - i . : .. STAGECREW .... ,1.'," ',".''. Harley English Panos Pitchioa ' Richard Hervilla - Jeklieaa Jackson Steele Richard Scott Victor Contratto Clyde Kendell rtr; ; ' MUSIC ;. ". .: - - "- - 1 Before Aet 2, Scene Itf : .. ' ' ' . Venetian Carnival . i ..Orchestra a, Recruits' ." , '.!''.;. :' w,' 'b Bingham Activity BaostertV ' f "' IH, Seen - --v, 1 5 June. Night .,1.. . ;. ..Vv ...... ... . . .'..,.. . . v.;;Orchestra 4 Before Aet IHi Scene III v .' .'.., , Mareh of the Brave f, j , . V i V Oxcheatra ; "' '."..f '; ' " .'i .' ' , if;?.---' v- - ' ' : ; ., .k ,.; u Mrs. W lit Harris entertain-ed at a prettily appointed lunch-to- n Saturday at her ome on (.Main Street. .' Pall .flowers were used as ceuYerpiece"g lor the ta-bles. Vases of chrysanthemunut adorne4-tH.jroow8..- -. Covers were laid for Mrs. Rex Tripp, Mrs. Bert-Thoma- Mrs. C. L. Country-man, Mrs. Earl iNepple, Mrs. George Bihler, Mrs.-Ralp- h Evans, jAIrs. Will Myers, Mrs. A. C. Lar-Jic- Mrs..J. A. Ingolsi Mrs. J. B. Myers, Mrs. Q. S. .Jensen, Mrs. James Jensen--, Mrs. Robert Hone, Mrs. II,. R. AtkinMrs. Ren Nich-ols, MnT Bryan Bird Mrs-Ros- s Hocking, .Mr. Joe Kemp,- - Mrs. Mike Peercef Miss Mable Neprud, Mrs. If. C McShane, Mrs-'Bevere-n Oraridquist, Mrs. Paul Richards, Mrs. George Robbe and Miss Ag-nes Deneen. " ' '. SCHOOL SURVEY " " ! IN PROGRESS Dr. lVatik W. Hart of the Uni-- , .ersity of California at Berkely ('filifornia, arrived - at Bingham :'ViVMi Monday mofiiihg Novem ' e.' lt!i for i'he purpose of making ;i r't 'y and survey of the school housing conditions of this jparttf the district. Dr. Hart came to the jPingham district on tfae invitat- -' jo .ii!o jo Bjaqtuaui aq jo no fliuc.tion of the JordanSpiool district. - Tire board of enducation trcted it the request of a committee .of cilizciis of Bingham .who have completed a preliminaPryexaroln-ation- . For the past fifteen years Dr. Hart has specialized on school1 housing problems. In this capacity i;c lias made surveys of"the hpus in;.' problems in from twenty fiy to thirty California - Cities, and Counties.. In addition to his work in the .state of California Dr. Hart hM(, conducted school housing surveys: ii Nebraska, Dele.ware. and a num.. ''y:T.f f other localities. At the pre-- , time, .Dr. is a.cting at; 'Hdenlionar Consultant to - the. ;.aH City .Board of 'Education j ii carnection with the new South! Vld-- School which is to be built iii tlie ner future. "v " -- ' ' I 'Aetieities for ': the High School I j,aikl evety stu ' dent be hind these activities has been the 'slogan ad-opted by the loyalist of the school .in"or4!jr to pnt all of the many enlerprizes over with a bang. Bingham Post 38 extend you a 'cordial invitation to make merry with them at the Gemmell Club on the night of November 11th. eArthur Brisbane I . S;3 Steel on the Pacific f Mob Psychology 1 " Earth and the Senate Ford's Contribution i- Q 10 news was the announcement by O the United States Steel Corpora-- ' tlon that It had purchased the Coluni-bla Steel Corporation, biggest org.inl mutton of its kind on the I'aclflo Coast. i Is important news for the steel Industry.: and particularly Important I fo. California,- - and all the Pacific Coast States, when the blppest steel I concern in the world hitherto ' con-lined to Chicago, Pittsburgh, Gary and 3 Birmmgfapm, Alabama, reaches into it the Great West, moving from the At-- I lantio to the Paciflo. s The purchase ot the Columbia Com i pany, with Us annual capacity o i 000 gross tons of f.teel Ingots, shows the wisdom of modern Industry. Under antiquated methods Big Steel would have moved to tho Pa-- cifio to iight Columbia Steel aud "try " to put it out of buBlness." Instead j the power and intillgence of the Big Steel Company, directed by Chairmuu f Myron C. Taylor, and President Fir--- t rell, will be concentrated on making steel, not devoted to fighting some-- I body else or paying doubly for a double overhead. I Mines In Utah will supply ore for ,' United States Steel Pacific Coast i plants for, the present ' s Later hydro-electri- c power from tlio Columbia River may take the place of ,v coal, If the steel experts develop, as v. they hope-t- o do, steel production by elfctrlcity, which will mean a savins " ' of heat, and production of pure steel v of a quality hitherto never ruada in quantities of the "pure iron" of tho: t Damascus blade. ' . ; You will be glad to hear that the Federal Reserve Board says the Wall f Street earthquake Is over, public fears calmed. It may be permissible to remark therefore while the earthquake Is still ) fresh in many minds, that gambling Is i dangerous. - i And It Isn't necessary. There are if. ather better ways of making a living f In the United States. In addition to if which gambling Is no way to maka1 a living. ;'! j l Washington says stock market dif-'- . r Acuities are due to "mob psychology.'' They are due to the fact that 20.000, ! i 000 people started gambling all at " ' once and the same 20,000,000 tried to sell stocks all at once. ' ': The condition In Wall Street Is like j that following the cry of "fire" in a tneater. Soon a good many millions ' will wish they had remained quietly j t? in their seats, refusing to be stam- - .. peded. . i x Those that foolishly talk about a ; t national paLic, will please remember f that the Income of , this Nation is . one hundred billion dollars a year. AJ1 that the people may lope now ; In the stock market they can pay for 4 in a year or . two If they will stop gambling aud save,' some money. i J The earth turns on Its axis about t : 1,000 miles an hour, 25,000 miles in f. twunty-'fou- r hours..'. Because of Its A size, the eartli's motion Is slow. 1 At the same comparative rate of speed, you could not detect any mo-- lion In a cart wheel, revolving once In twenty-fou- r hours. ' j ' However, as ' President Hoover ; Justly complains, 4here is something 4 slower, and that's the Senate's mo-- , . ' tlon on the tariff. I It has been considering a tariff bill, as the President snys, "since June, with fiftoen schedules to work' - out, and has not yet completed soiled-- ' Edsel Ford announces reductions in - " Ford prices, expressing the belief, of the Ford organization, that "basically, t the industry,, and business of the country are' sound." . , j There is no better contribution vto "1 prosperity than to give buyers more gpu- - thoir money, when greater effi-- T-- 4 ii'ncy makes that possible. ( ,' It isn't how much money you get j i but what you get for your money that I counts. Two more great oil fields have ". been found, one In Texas, one In Kan- - ' saS. And it is called "a misfortune harmful to the price of oil stocks." . It ought to mean general satisfao-- ' tlon, proving, the limitless wealth of ,,i this 'country. Unfortunately, oil com--j paules and government combined have not learned to protect oil re-- ' " sources and prevent criminal waste.: ' - V- - What engineers call "the nearest approach to a nothing but wing" if plane is shown in Germany. Tailless, f shaped like an arrow, it has a propel- - ' ler that pushes, one mo-- tor, and goes 78 miles an hour. To f learn to run this plane is easy, only i 30 to 40 feet needed for a take-of- f '' and vertical rudders act as brakes In I landing. - This plane, revolutionizing air- - plane construction according to conv - petent engineers, costs only $800. 1 Tens of thousands could be sold, in this country. Mrs. Archie Clark entertained members of the Emanon club Wednesday" evening at''the 2ita-bet- h Tea 'Roon-i- Salt Lake.. V .; P ' Mr. and Mrs.: Leland Walker entertained-- , their bridge" club Wednesday eVening at their home at the. I. S. The . guests included Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Hone, Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Breckon, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Oarrity, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence- - Snow, Mr. 'and Mrs. Horace Aven, Bud Aveil, Arthur' Maly and Brent Lyneh. - - , . . ' -- - ?.-- ' -- ' hit. and Mrs. Robert Hone spent he week-en- d in Spanih Fork, the guests of Miss Alton' Argyle. COMMUNITY CHURCH NEWS Sunday November 10.. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon subject: "The for World I'l'.i e." ; '' - E filing Worship 7 .30" o'clock. ,'iiort Organ recital by Mr.-He- tr (her. If the motion pictures Vhich have been ordered do not arrive there will be a varied and i:tcrcsting "Peace Program" in observance of Armistice Day. Tou are invited. Junior church meets at 11 a. m. Mi.sa Owen supt ' ' , ' The church schools meet as fol-iow- s: Lower Bingham, 9:45 a. m.; Copperton, 9 :45 a. m. ; Copper-i'iel- d, .1:30 p. m.j Highland Boy, 2 ). m. . . .' " ... ' :" Rangers meet as follows : Lower Bingham, 7 p; m. Monday; i 'oppcrfield, 3 :30 p. m., Tuesday, Jigiiland Boy,-- 3 ;30 p. m.t Wed-,,'owla- Next week ' Mr. Bert Hoiking! will give a talk to the itangers'of lower Bingham oh the subject of , and how Rangers-ma- aid 4n time of i'ires. The Iiangers isan organ-ization lor boys between 8 and! 12 years of age... Any such, boys are eligible formembership, . !Mrs. Jessie McComb of Salt Lake spent the week-en- d with her daughter, Miss Lucy McComb. . . Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Santiste-va- n spent the week-en- d in Salt Lake visiting relatives. Dont miss .the Armistice Dad dnce at the Memorial Club. Have'yoii ymr ticket 'for'. 'The' Charm 'jBeh.tfol X .n9uV'n school play t Thwi 4uerjr(tjtie' girls of th Bingham High Bchool Activity Club, who ire aponapring the eluh are at.heplay Is to be presented on November V"12. Mr. and .MflVJsep --Kemp en-tertained thejjf,:hidge club Thursr" day veningra'teiheir home . on Heasion "Height Supper as served to Mft and Mrs. J. C. Leis-e-r, Mr. and Mrs, if. A. Cotter,-M- r. and ; Mrs. L. , --Jones, . Mr. and Mrs.!Roy Shilling, Mr(.andi Mrs. Oeorge Bolmari, and Mr and Mrs. Boyd Barnard, .v . . Give the Boys a glad hand at the ball on Monday nighu. ' HIE AMERICAN LEGION BALI NOVEMBER 11th DESERVL. yOXTR PATRONAGE. i . . i ... ' The next Big Dance at Bingknn Ball room will be held, Saturdej .Voveraber 16th. The managemei) s. assuring the patrons that ths Sest jnusic possible to obtain wil. :e hired for the dance and every .king possible will be done to see O jt that the dancers present wili have a real time, Dont forget the date is November 16th. Hi Sttll AVrangling : : ' " . ' .' r " ;; V. 5 CASD'O? THANK3 ; We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for. tin kindness and sympathy shown w. during the illness and bereavn ment of our dearly beloved wiA' mother and sister, Mrs. Minn! Brisk. .".' ''. " " Mr. Max Brisk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chesler and fam iy- - .. '.. CARNIVAL ATV ' HIGHLAND tibY , - '. i ' A big carnival will be given at tho Highland Boy school on Thurs-day and Friday. The perform-ance on Thursday will be from 3:30 'to' 10 o'clock with a program beginning at 7 :30. - Admission is 10c and 25c. " r " ' ";' Friday the carnival will open f;t 1 o'clock? A dance willt'e.th. big feature of that evening". Ad-mission 25c and 50c. Each person entering will be given a chance on a b6x" bfcandy ( liam cs will be, sold,' during Botfi lays, on a blanket which will be raffled during internussiori 'o the dance on Friday. ConfeJti, caps, balloons,' whis.' ties, hot dogs, ice eream, candy: and soda" pop will be sold. , Come join us on Thursday and Friday. , - ' '. ,;' In behalf of the Citizens Party candidates,. I wish to express our appreciation for the work and loy-a- l support given us in the recent campaign. Our hearty congrat-ulations are extended to the vic-torious candidates and we sincere-ly wish them unbounded success, 'j JAMES R. McINTYRE. 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