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EtlKUAM 21, 1919 THE SUN, PRICE. bTAIl EVERY FRIDAY , PAGE FIVE I M Let's Vote the Bonds For Water Only the bad water hns kopt big businoss nwny from Price, and GOOD WATER will put a home on n business block on every vncnnt lot in Price within five years. An extra fivc-dollnr bill Invested in taxoa on bonds will brinp you a hundred dollars in increase in valuation within three years. CAN YOU MAKE A BETTER INVESTMENT? Let's give the "boys" a job make sale for hay and grain and hardware and grub, and get it startud as soon as possible and MEN WITH MONEY WILL 1JR1NG IT HERE TO INVEST. IN-VEST. HOMES WILL BE BUILT, MERCHANTS WILL PROSPER, YOU CAN CASH IN ON YOUR' LANDS, pay off that mortgage, wear bettor clothes, and HAVE A DOLLAR DOL-LAR TO JINGLE, and YOUR EARNINGS WILL MAKE YOU FORGET THE LITTLE extrn tax, for THE OTHER FELLOW WILL PAY IT. Price will be as big as Ogden in five years with good water. Castle Gate Coal is best, McKune Forwarding Co. Phone vSS m Tln woolen inurkcl was ii m pntty Imil hlmpc Inst m-aiim ft Then, was n great deal of nub- B, dilution practiced nml then1 B Mill bo ngntn. Ah fnr an wo B urv nml wcro concerned, no dif- S r lly linn cut existed. F.xcciit B f r tho newspaper items on the t limit it would never lie guoes- i 1 from tho wonderful assort- V in t' of woolens wo Itnvo n- B t Mid Hand tailored nil wi tnilor, these woolens wit. i h the kind of clothes ou ' uld wonr. Coiiio in and let id t-Ii w you. Or, if J ou reside i ' i no of the nun i is or uttiii( B ti.wnx, huvu our Mr. I A. Hills i I on you, A jMiMennl will 1 ! i him F.L.BUCKI0 ' -'Ii Ninth Ht. Just Off Mitn 1 1'rlco, Utah I SAVOY CAFE H "THE PLACE TO EAT" NOW OPEN TOR PATRON- A0E H High class servico In every nfl respect. Table nnd lunch counter. H Meals and short orders. H Special GOc business men's V lunch. H Everything new and sanitary IVJ Oolton water used on tho H Uhlo and In cooking. H It must 1m hard to bo uuhappy on H million a year. 1 PRICE AND NEARBY tan tawrcy in n surfer from ap-endu'itiH. ap-endu'itiH. It is not jet dicided an whether nn oiH'rnliun in nccoasarv. Infliiouxn linn brekon out again at Wellington. A big party recently is believed to lie helping in spreading it. Hattio M. Murray of Hiiiwutlm linn filid appliontiou for four econd-feet of water from Tniil Canyon Cn-ck in Carbon counl for irrigation pur- The rHrtnoriiMTlh and Khcutor couman hu W floiir on the market at I'riio and (town neurit tacul poplo using iluprudurl eliiim it to he the superior of nny thing aliipiicd in here. Neil M. Mndxen is at Kent it Id tin week truiiHfernng to Srofiild Coal rompmiy the stock of merchandise of Mndscu Mercantile company and other interests recently wild to Ilia, concern. New orficoni ot the Ilk" Thontnr company filed their oaths hint Mnn-day Mnn-day with tho county olork. Cuinlllo I'alttier is president And general manager, man-ager, F.vn Palmer, lec presldmt, and fi. A. Yiglln, secretary and treasurer. Fred Davin ot Colton joeterday closed a deal for the tormer Judga William II. ! pronei ly in tho southeastern jmrlion or Priee. 'llm ground in n quarter Mwk and the eon stderation thirty-six hundred dollars. Joseph Scowenift, Sr, who reu'iitlv riled at Ogdcii ot the infliiiuwi, left an wlale of )0,HH7.0 in ktixka and IhiuiIii. DeetMihcd wan ipnte well known at Price, whero he fwiiicntly bad I uunewH III eonneetion with the. Seow toft hramli (MtaliliNhmenl here. If. M. Tiluny in tin wtek liujing in .inn IKefityek for n new drug utoro and (inntumer. huaiiiw to lie itablihVdwith the vaention or tho Viglm eluuer room at Main and Kighth Htieetn. The Vigliun are fig-- fig-- tiring to build nn addition on the north of their blook. Complaint wh filed with the utato legislature lant Titottdny li citixeim of HookoMlt that the pulilie. utilitiw i)mmiMiou In doing them an inju-titw inju-titw in eontrollmg freight and iwn-onger iwn-onger traffie by utag" Inn In their lomlilv. The nlijent to tin giving ol rrnneliixtiH to wimo and of forniililm,; otlieni tho into of tho hlghwayn for public freight and paenger biiMneM. Thov ask tho right to do hucIi buiinww on tho roads bo i ivon to nil people. J. It. (loldfng, ono of the proprn)-lors proprn)-lors of thel'ilfl Huhhor WorkH on North Ninth HtrtVt, left this week for Salt Uko City. Uo in going in to take a rourxo inuulcnnuing and like, work that ho iimVo better pieimrtxl to handle in the right way an thing Hint conioH nloug in tho bent ikmmuIiIii man-nor man-nor for hla ostablmhment, I'riee Hub-her Hub-her Works ban had an inerwiaing biiMUHM from tho day it opened nml is kopt rimtling to meet the demands ot it patrons, Dolph Uonnett of Salt Uke City hut reeontly bn yiwtin- hi brother, lfov lUnntdt, nmnager of the utoro at Cahwron. The young man w R nnt-rlaM nnt-rlaM private in the Six Ilundrwl and I'lghty Tlnrtl Aero wjuadron and ha an hoiMirable dibrgo after twtle ifinth sarvie for liw eountry Ho n.'ut one of the Wiwitek 8tor eoin iiny clrk at 8unnyid when he en-,o,.ih1 en-,o,.ih1 in the vmtlon branch It Sat.rdny memng n reptiun and da ik i. m given in hia honor at fVunnron, many of tho voiirig poople of that camp and Castlo Uato being in itttcndance. Kofroshrnenta wcro served und all prewent report a long to bo remembered good time Young Dcn-wtt Dcn-wtt ha much praise for tho erwco nnd lor his officers- (leorge 0. Homer, for a eonmdci able time salei manager for the Utah Idaho Motor coinpanj, n now with 1'nco (larngo eomjianj I'no is Hoonfir'nnc u gents' tuni, uhings goods nnd sWio store, the tinio of opening diicuilfng on tho securing of a building on which the lease noor. is to expire Ihc location is n Mnm street one HunnBidc Mercantile roniHiny i continuing its great rwluction Mile of easonablc merchandise at the big coal camp until next Saturdaj week, tho 28th Twenty er cent dii-count ia being made on eerj thing in the house except groceries. lle. Itnlph C. Jones of the Metho-dist Metho-dist church at Price sjioko bofon the Young Men'a Christian nsociation at Helper hist Sunday cening He wa IxHikwl for a sermon at Stnndnnhillc, lut eoubl not get into Hint camp because be-cause of troubles the eomjwny is hn-ing hn-ing with its miners New American flag are flying m Helper as tin. result of iirotosl againn their toni and soiled pivdeceota lodged by A. K. linker, a machinist of Demct, Colo, who was ncentlv n iitor then He started n flag fund and within a short time enough money hud been raised to secure the now flags. Alma Otto Huya was last weel Granted n dixorcc at Salt Lake City mm Hotsio McCourt Ilnya after alleging al-leging that bis wife falsely rcpreent-(d rcpreent-(d to him that she had been previously veri to AmiM Dunn of Helper and exhibiting ex-hibiting n Imby as isue of such marriage. mar-riage. Iluys was formely a Imrber at biirhesne. M..U Harnett, for a number of onr manager of Mndsen Merrontl" tompnny in Seolleld, is selling off hii l4ronal proiwrty at that camp pre- Iparnlory to lenxfng there. He is yet undecided just where he will go or what he is going to do, Kcorichi Coal company has pist taken over the Mad sen mercantile interests. Marriage license issued at Price during the week to Forrest (lilwm of (lowland and Pearl Diimayne of Huntington. Kniost Harrison Hishon and Gertrude I'lirnhnlh Jensen, Imj(1i of Kunnxside; ltobert Carmaiii of Helper and Mary Oionni of Castle (late; A HnHiks of Mohrland nnd IMna m l'orce Morns of Itottella. Park, N J., and Krnest ltech and Kriilh l'rnncert Preston, both of Sun iiyalde If Judge IVrdinaud Kriiksen, attending at-tending loiirl at Price this week, ih lidding his head just n little higher than usual it ma he at counted for b the fact that ho became the grand father of twins tho first of the week. The new nimnls are at the home of Mr. and .Mm. Abari A. Nelson or Ml. Plensaut, n Isiy and a girl. Mrs. Net-on Net-on wna formerlv Mis Tina IIiick-sen. IIiick-sen. Prrvioiisl) ihero -en twins in tho home of another daughter. Mm. P.. C. Mcl'iillou, worthy giiiud matron of the Order of I lie Hastein Slur, and Mrs. W. H. Hods, worthy grand Icctuirr, isittd Naomi chapter last ou'tiing in un official capacity, thmo isitatioiiH being an annual affair. af-fair. After tho lodge, work there wa n Imnipict at Masonic Hall at which about fcixtv porsonM were at table. MemberM rroin HelHr and vloewheix wore present in largo number. The usitor go from Price to (Ireen Hive, this nfleriHNin. The order hen is in ery flourishing condition. A. I) hiilloii has suiltl his Kko theater interests to Ham Viglm and other and is re! i ring from the mov ing pieluie and theatrical field at Price. His bookings, however, are to loiitinue at the Iioiihk lor the coining six vneks, thest) being made alwa.xa a consiilrmbbt time in advance, SuttoK Inw til ways given his patrons Imiv elwin and liigh-elaMi attractionH and I he theatergoing public will regret his going out of (lie Iiusiiioim. P. W. IfoliinMiii (outinuM with the new ownerx of the Kko, I(c'khU have ihiiiiu up tho mt week from Ihsiver isiunty that C. (I. draff, Kiiiieriutourient of tho Pulonui, has encountered en-countered wime giMid aluiM in a south drift on the uino hundroil-fo.it level lie writas that tho Valium urn in load ami ailovr. This week is hut approxi mately two hundrtMl 'feet from the main incline shaft. Hut tho objwtiee ot this work is still mime distance ahead. This is n largo iron diki Thor are wiid to be two imiiortant fissuroa ahead, which may be enstsout any time now. Joseph If. Young, former president of tho Hill railroad system, has beei. placed in full ehnrgn of tho operating depnrlmvnt of tho United StattM railroad rail-road admlnlstnition, and now controls this department over nil railroads of the United Btntiw. Y lung's hwul-n,iiarters hwul-n,iiarters are In Washington, I). C, In having moved thero a few days ago from Norfolk, Vn. Ho left Salt Uko City fivu jours ago, and, until his promotion, hail been president of the Norfolk, Southern and thu Virginia railroads. Young is well known kindly ki-ndly as a former general mipormtoii-dent mipormtoii-dent of the Denver and Win (lronde. An uxtensioii of time, amounting to forty-five days, will lie allowed to individuals nnd florporatinna who oa lino li-no t make their itieoma tax returns he fore March 16th, aemrding to A. ft Knper, internal revenue wdleetnr o' ihia (list not Hu , action has licn taken by the eoiiimiMiouer with due million ty from WathingtoH, I). C Th extension will lie given only when the fi.in or aorjHiratinn u atwiw auf-1 auf-1 latent raMon. 1'orma for returns of individual ineowws amounting to fivi llioueoml dollara or lata will bo distributed dis-tributed by banks nnd tho rolleator within n few days. Corporation forms will bo available after February 21th. COMING AND GOING A I) Sutton and daughter, Mi. Seliini are visitors m salt take Citv toda.v -Mr- Neil M Madseu and Mrs Ia-c S fhonias werf Helnr Visitors Mondav evining l)r ami Mr. W II. Hasli wero guests of the Tavern Taenla.v last, going to RnnnjiiinV from I'.rner.. eountj Mr and Mrs Fred C Perron ot Myton were registered at th Savoy during the week T1h? wer on Ibeir way to 7.imi Joseph ()sllo of 8uny4di was in Price this week attending court and incidentally looking after his real estate locallv 0 I) llotit. the Salt take lH.. f I tonic v, is attending district court at Price this week, lie is quartered at Ik Tavern Judge C. . MonH-, altonif.v for tho United States Fwel eomtwuy, Imd builm s before the dlttrift ctmrt at Price this week. T Oosleti, prtHitnwit sWe) man and eitiseu of (Irand .ImHrttoti,, Colo., is lierc this week on litigaliop in dist net court. Mr ami Mrs. It (I Metiudler t Salt take City were registered at the Tnvoni this week, lie has several eases in district court. Wilfonl K. Smith has arrived in I New York from service oversiws. He is cxcclel in Priee soon on a visit to his ihhtiiIs, Mr. and Mrs. II C. Hmitk Knox Pattenain, distnrl attorttey, was here the first of the week for the oKiniiig oT dist net court, tater Ih wns rallvil Imhho to Miwb pntfeeeion-ally. pntfeeeion-ally. Hull C Johustuu wns in from the Nine Mile country during the week. Then' has been lota of now and pleutv of cold w wither Inlel.v in thai ueighiMirhooil. Judge Ferdinand KnckM'ii, II. J. Ill nch and A. 1). Pierson of the Utah Fuel rouiAuy's forces at Salt take Citv were in Price this week nnd registered nt the Savov. It (1 Miller was down from Idaho this wiek looking after his iulereela loonllv All that country, he soy, is priwtierous at this time. He evi dintlv is sharing in it. M P. Hraffct enme down from ion Tuesday evening to ntleml district dis-trict court H. has bieu ipmrnii tinid for several weeks with diphtheria, diph-theria, but has about gotten over It. Wallace Young, tun of Mr. and Mrs. Silas S. YytiwTgi)t back home fmm Camp Keiitiioj, Cala , this week. He has an hoisirnbluilischargii fmm tho Mrvnv of liU'rncIc Sam, and is glad to ho again with homo folks. James W. IHiflsmniw got back home this week from n brief trip to California, where hu visited his wife, rniighlcT unil two sous, lie saw limn.v former Priro tcoplu on the roast and all are in fine fetlla and prosperous 4C-C. It. MnreiiMii went to Salt Like Ciiv"euiitWiy crMing to bu pre-t pre-t tit this week at the deliberations of the tatigtie. to Knfori'o Penoe ami nt which William Howard Taft nnd other notables are to sixsik. lie M the Carlsui iHiuntv chairman Mrs. Mareuscn Mceouiiaiiieil him. Dr. Hriire Kasley of Ferron was registered nt the Tnveni this week in route homo from Zion. Dr J. M. (Indium, formerly of Castle Dale, he says, is recovering nicely nt this tunc nt Fort Douglas Hospital from coin- idieatintis following nn attack or in llueuwi. Mrs. (Irulmiti is at Salt take Citv -Iv. D. Uirimer, a prominent oil i iMratorof Cnser, nnd I, A. Duffnrd id l.usk, Wo were registered ul the Savoy Monday last. They went trom here to (Ireen Itiver, in whieh section Itoth havo iutensts. Uirimer i ono of the owners of the Savoy at Price. Noithor gentlemen hud anything any-thing to givo out of the local oil aituu Imu. TELEPHONE ORDER OF UNCLE SAM YESTERDAY SET ASIDE All changes in lelephttne rates, tollfc, rentals, charge classifications or service, ser-vice, marie or attempted to lie made under authority of the order of K !lurleon, iMMtmaster general, effective effec-tive January Ulst, are siisiMmdwl in I'tnli by an order Issued cstenU.v b. the stnto public utilities eaimnusaioii to be served upon HurleMin and iiMn all telephono PorHiratious oteratiug In tins state. Tho commisaion further orders that all telephono oorMirn I'ona njieriiting in Utah immediately slmll emiHo ohargttig, collecting, dr uiHiidinir or receivinic'au intrastate rate, toll, rental or charge based iixin Hurleson'a rain schedule. The legal rate nnd charges for telephone wr vice in Utah nro deelnnsl to lie the nit am und charges legally filed with the publiio utilities commission in compliance with the state laws and Ihc orders of tho commission. Telephone companies in Utah have si tempted to initiate clianges in rates, charges, ruins and regulations, as neified in llurleson's order, that are wholly at variance with and contrary lu I he laws of Utah governing and controlling im)1i waters, the order of he commission seta forth. Steel A Keebe is a new vulcanising frtn In omm at Priee in a few days. The locution will I either the Mile building ImsHWBt or that of the l'arktur-Weeter bkxk. The gwlleitoen come from 'Am hare. There is a clues of pensorw so anxl. ous to bo hulpful to overylwdy they succeed in hilping nobody, ' " H'sH Father and Mother m y bbbB Do ou realise that our win vv ill lie a better busines ij f H man and enjoy greater opportunities if he learns the value ' H of money nnd saeH Koine nf it while he is Rrovvinp, upV ' ! There is no better way to begin the lesions of thrift than H by allow inn the boy to have his own bank account. One VAVAVJ dollar will open a tunings account bearinp; I per rent in- 1 H lercst, eompountlcd twice vearlv. , Price Commercial & Savings Bank H Price, Utah , ssssi will orrr.R reward for CAPTURE OF MURDERER TW stale ol Nexada will idfer a reward ol two thousand live hnndred dollara for tlo- eaplnre of the Mur iterer of William Tavlor and John T. llaiiMH-k, I inlah IWsin ptmnieeloia who were imind dead from shotgun wounds in Clark count v. Nev , m Jan nary I'Hk. This shimhim emeul is roMlained in a teller fnmi (to? Km-melt Km-melt D lloyle of Nevada to tlov Stitmii Hamberger A loanliunt on a huge scale will he carried out tit the southern country, Ihc letter slate, and in rate the hunt taken the nmc ihlo Utah ternlon it may lie necea-arv necea-arv lo dpjwlise tlio hanlent with the auihont.v of the state of Utah. Co-oNrnlion Co-oNrnlion between the sheriff of Washington count v, adjment lo Clark county, is asked by (lovoruor Hoyle. In n rcienl isiiamunienlion between the Iwo oxciutiviM it was staled by Hit Nevada official that an Indian named .(juidsi wait susMctcd ot (hi crime For the iiHrp1' of reMunng in ipiiring I tali farmer, John II. Walk t, state crop xstt insia-ctor, snya that there is no need for alarm over fenreil npiearaiiet in I tab of the seveiiticu er locust lu 1002 the locust in vudtsl the t lilted Statist and under it known habits it is due again Una enr lu lUCi, howmer, the pest go I ihi farther west than Colorado nnd there is ihi sign whatever of it tlu ear luslnif lions lime hem reeeivisl at the office of W. W. Itay. United stales distnet nttoruio,, relative to the (Milley of tho internal revenue do-iHtrltncnt do-iHtrltncnt with regard to taxdodguni. Previsions Tor slnngejit prosecution or all evaders or falsifiers are made in the reir( front Daniel C. Itofau. lommissinner or intcnuil revenue or llic treasurv depnrlminl Jostih Sheyn has put in a lunch counler nt his place of busimsM in llm Wider Parker building with a chef from y.iou in charge. - , H Postal regulations similar to Inwaf ' H it etrcel before the wnr are grail aid ly ) H being reanmed b Ihc isMgnrfietl da- j ) H iMttmenl This informnlioti coma in a H i-iilleiin from Wnsbington, I). C, i H which annnnneis the resnmplioii of 'i H service lo llulgnna nnd lixetilnirg, , H the mail to both counlries to 1st ronlwl , H 'hmngh France This affects letters. I sl Hst cards, pnnled Hialler, eiHMHMratnl ' I H Mjters nnd merrhnmlise ln-tween Am- ' ! H rrien nnd the two count rien. No nr M H rnngrtncnls have bwsi jsHnidHoil to l H hnnille imn-el st mailer to Hulgnrin ' B or iMivcmlmrg. Ily iHclmllng tkam in H the first class servin the destrimonl I I H i.gain has plaeeil litem in the iiostltl J union. Itceause of the unseltleil eondi ' j H itn of Central F.uroie mail for Hill- ! 1 nana will be will by wa of ttnlouiki. J fl ltetpiexls fo rwouien worker In Miry j 1 1 Hmtiy lines have itirrensisl M or H niil in Utah since the signing of lite nmiistice, neeording to iiifonunttoti 1 ,fl reewivisl li Mrs Addle Super, heml ' of the womnu'ri dlvistou of the dc I H isirlmciil of labor, at Sail take City. t oiilrnry to Hipulnr belief, nulls for H women workers have beini slisiillly In H erensiHg within the last few WHinlhs. v'Ucli eonditions exist throiiaikont ttnf jH ' niled Slates, it is repirled. A. X. I(omt, tiilernal revenue ihjm- ' miwHoner at Washington D. C, has H niiiioimced that the government will H mail blanks for iucoiuu lax rlliri , H lo all M'rwuiH who wid iunimo tnxM H Inst vonr, but that )Krons whnso in- I snl comes isMiie within the new law uiust U H make npplienUon ul tho of Hie of a SI siH revenue collator for such forms. tnH Sheriff Welling of Ikix Klder eotiii- ij ' fH Iv isime lo Price last Monday and (1 jH lisik back to llrighnm City with him if'H one (leirgo Mur my, wanted there for it1 d wife desertion. 'I im latter was found ill H driving some entile through from lH Venial to the railroad by Sheriff M H Keller's fon os. 9 1 More rhildreii would have rosicot H lor llm opinion of age If ago had j luore nsHcl for the nghta of cldl- H dren H Wilson's 1 Will fill vnnr DFfloFS fnr nnn vorc M IH at the following prices: 1 19 I gs, atr iIinmii in U'llsLsl I'roamcrj' Ilutter, xir miiiiiiI S xViiassssl Hunch Ilutter, tair hiiiiiiI ., 15 H Sugar, Mir aaik t, iLUkl I. H Com, soveu nuns , , l.Oil B H Milk, soveu euna 1J)(I H romatoos, No. 'J, seven for ........ 1.00 H yM I'repiiri'il Muntard, olght oa, gliiea. night fur 1,00 H j Del Monte No. 1 tamon Hllied Cling Piwohw, sir ixiiih 1,(111 H H Pineapple, No, 1, slieisl, aeveu nim ii)0 H H Pinenpjile, No, 'J, sliced, four cans , 1.00 H H Piimpiles, three gnlhm mns, for , j.lhl H !H ITmt. Uval Cans Herdiuos, four oane , 1.00 lisnfl Vail cans Pink Salmon, four can l.Oil hISbbssI I'nll cans Kid Salmun, lour nans 1.15 Hlnl Pork and Heaus, eight nans f 1.00 SLuitI Maearoiii, leu jMekagea , 1.1)') H IS I(h1 Crown Yieiiua Stylo i(aitags, soven aJtos 1.0) M H ttai fniun I'.tttml in T).,lIIi1 luut rniiiil mill uiid I ,VO IH JMml 22oa, Mason Jar Queen Ollvee J10 W H Sugar Cured Hams, pur iMiund , , ft) Hj H Miui'i) Meat, night iukogea 1J)0 H Synip, No 10 Kam i' M H (lions or Corn Stnnh, irighl package .... 1.00 m. H hiHtji, Crystal While, Hob While, or Flakn Whltu, soveiitien fl l ham , 1.110 1 H A. I) Naptha, lourleen bars UW 1 Lily White. mr Imr 0et twenty-onu fur 1.00 W (H lap ltoM, Cremo Oil, Kirk Olive, Piilni Oliee, twlvu fur .... 1.10 H . Henns, Nav), seven smuds 1.00 il ' Heaus, Pinto, uino jkiuihIs , 1,00 n 1 Family Mixed Cookies, per pound 30 1 Fish, lnrgo fat Mackerel, each J3a l Finnan HaddiH, jmr ihhiiiiI M 1 hpiMKl Sardines, jMir jiound v'15 1m Itolled Herring, cwh ltt Nt (lolden IMoateni, three for Js$ fi Pure Codfisli, two HMiud boxes, 75 H Hordcu's Cofloe with Milk and Sugar, ihh- anil .43 Hi Fresh Vegelablea every day. Itoyal Hruad reeeiVMl daily; jji, ulso Doughnuts, Cotteo Hulls, Jelly DouglinuU, Cresvm Puffs aiwl K lielairs 1 0.H.WILS0N SELLING CO. 1 Member United Statw Food Administration OommUslon. NORTH MAIN ST., PRI0E, UTAH.