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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1922, Provo, Utah Circulation 2177 THE HERALD The Weather tonight and Saturday probably occasional showers cooler AUGUST PRICE TWO Use Products of County The first decided step forward In Utah county home products ex and harvest festival haa een taken under the direction of secretary of he Provo Chamber of Hinckley haa received letters organizations in three Utah cities promising sup lort and participation in the ex and he has received assur Ince of many farmers that they rill Bid In making the harvest fes truly representative of he agricultural products of thia I was pleased that Lehl staged home products week all of its Hinckley said Every city In the county should Bo that very getting its own Eltizens acquainted with the prod hots produced In that The lame program for the county may be productive of profit to the peo ple of the Before we can have a large of the national prosperity we mist make it profitable for our Manufacturers to operate The act that they prosper will attract No Chicago or eastern man Will plant here if le can get trade at his east tra i I am now working on a cam to interest housewives Ibis city and county In buying Utah founty the Uo does family marketing will tarn the names of brands of can led goods produced in Utah Ind will order them by name she Till encourage the canning industry If the which In turn will a and more profitable farket for Utah county vegetables nd Of that all this locating for Utah county be done by state road commission haa promised its help to the Utah cqun ty commission in securing a trail through Provo Tills announcement was made in Salt Lake following a Joint meeting the state road commission and the board of commissioners of this Among other things discussed at the meeting was the threeyear pro gram of road building In this Utah county commissioners were especially urgent that the state highway completed to the Juab this county must let the people now what they they must their branda so the con timer knows what to aak for at the Hinckley believes it possible lo arrange home prod week which is ith a harvest jg together the of nill and factory with thosf of the Hinckley fitlon a proposition of staging the ixhibitlon Center uitting the erecting middle of from one pnd ot the business section Jtp the The plan includes tjie giv ing over of all for The perishable products might toe dis played in the with the test on exhibition In the street A plan to bring Utah coun tys state fair exhibit here after lhat fair and to display It in Provo during the home Bias been will connect with the highway now being This would give the state a paved high from Brigham City on the north Nephi on the Thestate gave little hope of pressing this Utah county paving next insisting that the money from the federal government should be spent In other It appears that the state road commission is be hind to construct as it easier fpr to get from Wa This new road would traf f le f rbm BOYS OF BATTERY LEAVE COAL All but 30 members of Battery C of the national guard have left Sco where the battery has been on guard duty the last two months and have gone to the annual train Ing encampment at the Jordan Yesterday morning 25 of the men came through Provo from on their way to the Wednesday 11 of the men from Bat tery C were here assisting Stabl Sergeant James Jensen In the 32 horses of the battery to th They also took with them from here four French four caissons and one escort The men remaining at Scofield be under the of Cap tain James Tucker until orders come from headquarters of the na tional guard to leave the mining word from Sco the miners have not yet gone back to work but are expect ed to do so at any It is be 1 that the men are to work existat the coal camp Bat tery will be released from its guard Regular training at the encamp ment began this morning at The men are quartered In pyramid The camp site is located on the west flats overlook ing Jhe narrows and the Utah and Lake Major Gordon is com mander In Captain Dee Stone is com mander of the artillery Captain John commands the troop District Womens Clubs to Meet in Provo MUNICIPAL For the first time in the history of Provo a banquet will be given at which the men will be the guests of the women of the The or the municipal as the women desire to call will be given at the Superior Tourist Tuesday August The Womens Municipal council of Provo will be host to the members of the Provo Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary and the Kiwanis clubs and other associations of the The banquet is the second of the meetings of the various civic organizations as planned re cently by the newly organized Council of All womens and mens civic organizations in the city will be invited and expected to Among other or that will be invited will be the entire faculty of the Young the members of the local chapter of the American Society of the Sorosis and the Nineteenth Century More than 500 people are expected to surround the banquet A most entertaining program has been arranged for the occasion and many surprises will be sprung on the George Bratton is chairman of the banquet com and will be assisted by Mary Huish and Jesse The women of Provo and sur Y University Opens 18 MURDOCK AT rounding territory are elated over the opportunity of having Caro line Hedger of the Elizabeth Me Cormick Memorial fund of Chicago here Monday for lectures under the auspices of tlie Womens Municipal council and the extension depart ment of the Agricultural college of While in Provo Hedger will deliver three She will address the project lend ers of the womens section of the county farm bureau in the afternoon at the rooms of the Municipal coun in the Commercial Bank build According to Miss Amy prominent women from every town and village In the county will be present at the project Most of these according to Miss have heard Hedger lec ture before and are anxious for the privilege of hearing her once The of the federated womens clubs of this district will meet on the lawn of the county courthouse at 6 oclock Monday according to president of the district fed The meeting will be In the Provo chapter of the Service Star Legion under the direction of Mary At this meeting Hedger will tell the members of the federated clubs how women can get the most out of a literary Every town in Utah county will be represented at the reservations hav ing come in already from the vari clubs associated In the district Business of the dis will bo discussed and plans for the coming state convention oC the federated women clubs will be What the Community Owes the Child is the theme of Hedgers lecture at the Those The descendants of John and Murdock will hold a re union August 24 and 25 at Vivian In Provo Various committees are busily engaged outlining a program that will result in one of the most suc outings held In the park thia An orchestra has been so that dancing may bo enjoyed every Members of the reception conv mitteo are Murdock of Pro vo chairman George Giles of David Hicken of and Duke of Finance committee Henry Mc chairman John Mur Theron Murdock of Murdock of and James Sharp of Program committee Henry McMillen oC chairman Clayton Murdock of Salt and Arch Davis of Salt Entertainment committee who of hearing Hedger are unanimous in their opinion that she Is one of the most important lec who has ever visited this The theme of the lecture Is one of vital interest to the en tire and of the Womens Municipal Council urge every citizen to come out and hear It is understood that the Wom ens Municipal Council will extend a special invitation to the members of the Rotary and Kiwanis cluba Reports from the various Odd Fellow lodge of Utah and Juab counties are to the effect that the majority of the members with their families will be nt the Geneva lake resort August for the annual reunion of the Largo contingents will come from Eureka and and the Utah county towns will compete with each other for the honors of the largest number present from respective lodge mom bora from Salt Lake City will also bo in A basket luncheon will bo enjoy od 12 after which every body la to get acquainted with tin other fellow and make himself or less sociable until 2 oclock whe the games and To settle once and for all th We haye five times In the last six Jn order to niy mother pleaded Percy of West before Re a days I But we he she UD and lln the right next ask led her recently Why she In Brought before the state a tiye had been of the of from signed by the county but been signed by the state road mission drawn in anticipation federal aid which was at the time passed the federal providing prb pf for the three appropriation allot ment for Utah limited thatt it shad been and consequently the road department finds It self somewhat hort of federal money with which to meet a very extended federal aid program on the basis of 7420 which has been decided The completion of the on the state street road through Utah county would require approximate ly of the federal aid money while the total appropriation of federal aid for the three years amounts to only approximately the stand that the completion of this pavement must take course be the other pro posed work of and other The county was advised to submit this work as a part of of and Major Fred form of a banquet served toy theand the Prince is the artillery UD Jersey and she told me she would I follow us to the ends of the make things disagreeable for Catherine the Bodies of nine alld out in shrouds of torn blan kets and sluts and placed in the and bedrooms in the silent house oh Greenbush were By ALBERT LASKER United States Shipping America is to be po tent on the seas for the next several generations will be de in the disposition by congress of the pending David Hicken of Arch Davis of Salt Murray Murdock of Sport committee chairman Victor Cram of Salt Murdock of Duke of Louis Clegg of Thomas Murdock of Farn and Sylvan Has Prize committee George Piper of of Moulton of committee Bert Arthur Bliss Cluff ot Joseph president Bina Vine James Murdock of Salt Lake City will be master of A cordial Invitation Is extended to all of the family arid their found by firemen in proposed by for the aid and who forced an I of our merchant j The matter is not merely one of or no involves FIRST What shall be done with the governments merchant i U What shall be done to end the large losses of THIRD What shall be done insure the overseas This the blinds were raised for the time in 14 is the of Jwo sisters and a Margaret and Charles between 45 and 60 years of The house was ap a dog and when one of the dogs died the Mellens DENHALTER NEW VICE PRESIDENT OF laid the body on the parlor floor or in a and with ail doors carriage surplus closed continued to live In places In the home hair and bones of animals were Six live one or two of were found in a box In the kitchen A couch nearby showed that someone had slept in the Discovery that this strange abode wa a morgue for dogs was made when fire department the work it like have A small Undertaken next three blaze had started in the OUSEN IS who her Hp court then took the He said I was a s a glaring at fand liv also told he to go to a place that M not In a court of jus she and the two left Olsen ope oldest settlers and an Indian war died Wednesday at the home of his Robert Arm fie was a victim of and was years of Ho was born In 12 coming to this country In Olsen Is survived by two Robert Armstrong Firemen vere almost overcome by the atmosphere Jn two women and the man have lived for perhaps two sisters were taken in the emergency where an Im mediate preliminary examination was but the women were re pf and Lena of He was one of the pio peers of this Funeral were this after noon 2 at the ward the speaker at mencing at com services Second FOURTH an adequate shrill and selfsufficient on the seas in There have always schools of thought in con with government that which stands for direct aid in form of cash and that which stands for indirect aid through preferences the home The proponents of indirect aids can have no quarrel with the pending For it carries every practical indirect aid possible to i By DUNCAN FLETCHER Ranking Democratic Senate Commerce pending and supplement the merchant marine act of 1920 involves definite principles of farreaching Th provisions for indirect subsidies and are bright and direct subsidies are presented on a scale never before con Bradley said jitter the examina tion These women seemed to have lavished all Jove on dogs that the Average mother lavishes upon her It case of mother love gone finally de Into the morbid we have Elder Rulon Van who recently returned from a mission In the eastern for the Church of Christ Of Latter will be the speaker at j particularly at this it would be a serious mistake and most unfortunate for the country to enact them into The vision of a merchant marine coming out of this is a deceptive It false It means wreck veteran vine Salt toy President the Third ward Sunday evening at A splendid musical program will be All are In At the risk of being charged with socialistic tendencies I would have the snipping through the fleet corpora tion take over and operate all their precisely as the government nqw the Panama Steamship line and the United States line dismiss political appointees who are simply in each others that door to job the inexperienced and and then systematize the putting it on a strictly commercial business The date of opening of the Brig am Young university has been set or September according to an made today by Pres During the utumn quarter ahere two hurt vacations in addition to day on October 16 From October 5 to 9 there will be a re ess for and the thanksgiving will commence m November 29 nnd end winter will com nonce will extend from December 22 to leadership week s announced for January The spring quarter will commence exercises will be held on June Tlie members of the faculty who have been away during the mer are gradually returning to their and are getting the departments In prime condition for the A statement sent out by President Harris i that 21 members of the fac ulty are away for advanced work at the various as fol lows Professors Show and Romnoy at the of California Professors Cottom and Robinson nt the University of Chicago Pro Nuttall and Cutler at Colum iba New York Professor Eyring is at the California In tue of Technology Professor CJ at the University of Seattle Professor of PARK days session of the state conven tion of Utah Elks It was to hold the 1823 In where lodge of tUal recently wax John Tobin Salt Lake City was elected president the coming was elected first vice Yesterdays dispatch said bad been fleeted bur was an officers chosen Second vice Logon third vice John Salt Lake Park City social George Salt Park Kd Park A resolution changing tlie per capital tax on the in the association from 5 to 15 cents annually was Following lunch an industrial parade was ending ut the bull grounds where the Salt Lake lodge drill gave an exhibition drill followed by a ball the Individual each one will be represented iby a team In the The winning team will be permitted to lord It over the rest of the lodges forthe remainder of afternoon or until the north end of Utah county has met the south end In a champion ship The north team will Include of the Lehl and and the south will be com posed of the Spanish Fork artd Pay It Is rumored that the old warming up every evening In backyards to be In perfect fit for the Julius the wellknown will manage destinies Of the north while the south Will be under the care pf 1311 Salem lake The baseball game will bo staged at 3 An official umpire of the league has been employed to the decisions of the Sandwiched between the war and the baseball bo tlie childrens races and tlie many novelty such aB the fat mens race potato Following the baseball everybody will and for and old will kinds have been race tne In charge of the s Dancing in pavilion in the the AUDITOR ON County Clifford Wright has gone Into where he will spend his vacation compar ing scenery there with what he is acquainted in Utah HALES Wallace county is confined to his bed at his Span ish Fork He Is Bald to have of Paris the University of Illinois at Harvard at the great in Mich igan Dean visiting the great Industrial centers ofthe One of the most important of many changes which are hi made in the grounds and of the Brigham Young during this la the removal of the hedge hom the west front of Many new being in stalled Education pld Is ut sixOffice hallway is being cut through the wall which will join this set of office in the south part of the COURT AGAIN Arthur Carter and his wife pied in city court the drawing days free Aboard at the while was a of a fine or 30 The at tention of the juvenile court ailed to the was Carters fourth appear ance in He was accused haying Intoxicating liquor In his His wife waa charged intoxica and The will bo dered by of at school audi this to which the is invited May Bower Jolly Students LaVar New Karmn Jolley Morning vlna Anna Rondo Camping Erout Leff ler Maina Helen Whiting Star of Evelyn Nelson Pixies Moore Kliza Nelson Harold Rob erts Thelda Carter and Medita Reva Cordner Sweet Violet Kathleen Even Evergreen Donna Ritchie Elva and Helen Boardman Millie Stubbs Stars and Stripes Anna and Mervin Emery Ruth Allen Bell Ruth Richardson Eva Wilson and Lucile Olson Zada Bush pell 1 Louise Hoover and Edith Shepherds Evening Zada Bushnell and Nellie Carter Valse Agnes Farrer O My Mervin Redden Qui Farei Knudsen and Agnes returned from tended visit in the larger cHtes the much Impressed pt those states but with the conviction Utah is greatest of all American While in the east Van met his sour Huldn Oj Van who returned with his father Provo after labors in eastern Prosperity seems to have reestablished in Van Wagenen said Factories are running full and the only thing holding up at all is the strike of and mine Ladybugs congregate after first frost mou entering rocky they become are then gathered and put into boxes until early when they are sold to to prey upon aphis and other plant The castoff horna of elk and moose which annually fall off are gathered In the of the northwest and manufactured into napkin umbrella and knife PROPERTY OF STATE MEET HERE TUESDAY warden James Dethe credentials committee will of the will also be at a watermelon sion Mayor of gait the Will be of the Lake City and jaines w T f oka ani Tamco tne tor City will be the the Wednesday after noon Following the appointment of a credentials committee and the pre of credentials at the open ing session the delegates will the plant of the Knight der ita and the delegates will be presented their Com will be appointed aud the minutes at the last convention will be read and presented for Julius Pearce of of the Julius Pearce Fire Supply com vill address the delegates on the latest fire fighting The annual of the of the will also be given at that meeting by President Reports from different committees will be given and new bills will be Arrangements are under way to take tne delegate sto the Geneva lake resort Tuesday evening for a dip in the If the trip to the lake is not the visiting dele gates will be guests of the local de at a watermelon Besides the by Mayor Frank Francis of the Wed morning session will be de voted to the hearing of reports from the statistical and special after which the dele gates will visit the State Meutal the Wednesday afternoon set sion Mayor of Salt Lake City and Warden James De former chief of the Salt Lake fire will give their ad A silent memorial service in honor of departed members of the association will be Re ports of standing committees will be and the be meeting Will Of place 1ST years Wednesday evening the department will entertain the lug delegates and at ft becue cafeteria lunch tp Pt the
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