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H . PAGE EIGHT. IRON COUNTY RECORD, CEDAR CITY,) UTAH. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920.
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I PRICE IS SECONDARY
H when patrons sec the rich colorings and pleasing combinations
H in our art-designed
H Tlic agreeable surprise then is, after selections, when it is
H learned that our prices arc from 10 to 30 per cent savings.
M Let us show you while our shelves are still
B full and prompt service in hanging still possible.
I Leigh Furniture & Carpet Go.
"Ni I'M ALL ALONE
AND NO WHERE 10 60
K' - . Welsh When His Mother Died
H'1 Salvation Army Acts.
BH Denver, Colo.. April 14. Twolvo
BH year old Carl Welch stood rit the bed-
BBM aide in the room of Captain Lottie
BBA Schell of the Salvation Army watch-
BBj ing his mother die nt 11 o'clock Tues-
BBM ilay night, and when the cold fingers
BBj relaxed their hold on the small warm
BBW hand of the boy, ho turned to Captain
BK Schell and said, "Now I'm nil alone
BBJj and don't know where to go."
H The Salvation Army is caring for
BBJr Carl and will continue to care for him.
B- Thnt is their work.
K On March 1G, Mrs. Rosa Welch of
BBBT Grccly had written to Captain Schell
BBJ that she was "in need of a friend"
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BBJ at the Snlvation Army. Sho explained
BBJi that sho was a widow with one child.
BBJi "I wnnt to come to Denver to work
BBJ, and keep my boy in school. The great
BBf, cold world looks so big and terrible to
BK a woman battling life alone. I have a
BBj serious trouble with my throat which
BBJl if left alono may provo fatal, but I
BBJ L cannot and must not die nnd leave my
Hf boy alone. I've got to help make a
BBP man of him.
BH ' "I want him to have schooling, for
BH he wants it too. He studies hard, is
BBj good and industrious and helps me by
BH working after school and always pre-
BBj tends that he had rather work than
BH play when I tell him how I wish life
Hj wcro easier for him."
V When Captain Schell,' in clmrgc of
BBj relief work for the Salvation Army,
BBJ received the letter, she straightened
BBj her shoulders, put' on her bonnet nnd
BB went to the Union Station to meet
BB'- the train from Greeley and there she
Bfl found Mrs. Welch, her face drawn
Bfl with pain, leaning heavily on the
shoulder of her little son as she
groped her way through the tunnel
to the sunlight.
With true Samaritan spirit, Cap
tain Schell did not wait to make ar
rangements for hospital care, but took
the woman and child to her own room
whero death followed them.
Tho boy, sturdy ns a litlo oak, witli
blue eyes, golden hair and a sprink
ling of freckles across his straight
nose, is facing his loss like a Spartan.
"She wouldn't wunt mo to cry," he
said "but wheat's a fellow to do when
his mother's gone," nnd straightway
Carl Welch cried like a child who is
being cruelly hurt.
Jn the Snlvation Army's Home Ser
vice budget, ndoquato provision is be
ing made for cases such as these and
an appeal for1 funds to take care of
these cases will bo made during "Res
cue Week," April 12, to 20.
PROBATE AND GUARD
For Further Information Consult
the County Clerk or the
Estate of Elizabeth L. Corry.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to tho undersigned at Cedar
City, Utah, on or before Juno 23rd,
1020. ELIAS M. CORRY,
J, M. Poster, Att'y. for Adminis
trator. (First Apr. 23 Last May 11, 1920.)
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Tlie Record is in recipt, too lnte for
use this issue, of correspondence from
Kannrra nnd Harmony. Tho impor
tant items will apepar next week.
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, INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
, Continued strikes nnd labor agita
tions aro adding steadily to the aU
ready "high cost of loafing." How
long before wc will see this? It takes
operating industries to fill the dinner
pail and dining table.
I April If) Ogden is planning a new
I25,000 sewer system.
J Logan roads arc to be repaired.
. Ogden 200,000 pounds of TNT is
en route for state road construction.
Salt Lake Utah Light & Power
Co. lias asked permission to extend
lines into Juab County.
Ogden Wireless phones are to be
I Installed at 4 points in district No. 1
I where fire hazard is greatest.
' Annlgamatcd "Sugar Company
( secures enough beets to operate a fac- j
j tory west of Ogden.
I Salt Lake Western Union pre
paring to expend over $100,000 in lo
Ogden A concrete lining is to bo
placed in the Davis and Weber coun
ties canal to prevent seepage. Cost
After reading thnt a $70,000,000
government powder plant was sold
for $8,500,000 with $&,000,000 worth
of materials thrown in for good mea
sure taxpayers begin to see where
their money is going.
Eureka Good progress is being
made with sinking at East Tintic
Ogden-r-Devclopment plans aro ar
ranged by the Chnmber of Commerce
to include tho installation of n credit
rating bureau, organization of a traf
fic bureau and tho installation of a
publicity man nt the Union Depot.
Salt Lake $00,000 contract let to
drain 2,095 acres of land 4 in Davis
A flying school i3 promised Ogden.
Altn Pumping operations resumed
at Emma Mine.
If the farmers of tho country do
not secure common 'labor soon to
help till the soil, wo will face n food
famine in the not far distant future.
Ogden Pncking and Provision Co.
increased capitalization from $2,000,
000 to $3,450,000.
Salt Lake Granite Furniture Co.
increases capital stock from $50,000
Gateway Union Pacific R. R. pro
poses to build double track through
Tho Cache Valley canned milk out
put was valued at $4,000,000 in 1919.
Weber County has best outlook for
good beet season in years.
Thcro seems to be a nation wide
demand in the interest of industry
that so-called excess profits tax be
Ogden Paving of Ogden canyon
contemplated at cost of $250,000.
Garland is to have new water sys
tem. Ogden Now Hour mill nears com
With tho world wide demahd And
shortage of crude oil the wonder is
thnt gasoline is not higher priced.
The stato paid $09,914.80 in animal
bounty in 1919.
300 nrmy trucks aro to be furnished
the state for road work.
Ogden Sperry Flour Co. is to
build new offices.
Beaver City Propose to bond Bea
ver county for $125,000 for roads.
Will give $300,000 in all.
Price city limits are to be extended.
Salt Lake Prince 'Consolidated
shnft is going down rapidly. i
Ogden New box factory starts op
erations. Provo Work resumed on new I
building of state insane asylum. - j
Eureka Tintic Standard mill con-
struction under way.
Eureka Lchi-Tintic to install ven
Logan Work resumed on canning
plants which was stopped by strikes.
Provo Site for new armory has
Banks aro doing more than over
before to co-opcrnte with communi
ties in cncoui-nging industrial devel
Ono hundred forty-five thousand
horsepower is undeveloped in Utah.
For Dental X-Ray Service see Drs.
Thorley or Petty.
PREVENTION, NOT CURE,
IS MOST IMPORTANT
(Continued from first page.)
fit employe is an asset and a healthy
mnn or woman is a productive agent
nnd not an impediment.
It is useless to apply the principles
of hygiene in one group, or to follow
, out some principles and not apply
this generally turnout both schools
One of tho principal aids to proper
physical development is the wearing
of hygenic clothing, loose, elastic,
proper fitting. This must bo the rule
among- groups nnd not the exception.
The fresh air habit day and night,
I must bo taught and practiced. Clenn
liness of body nnd environment must
be inculcated and prncticed. On these
similar lines a new aristocracy the
physically fit will be built up.
The whole nation every class
'must participate, and take pride in
this undertaking. Its effects will
Children in our care, in our home
, or in our town, demand this much of
us, and the least return wo can make
in behnlf of our future citizens is to
see that they have health as a foun
dation on which to build their nm
bitions. "Our boys" have been fighting
I "Over there" for liberty nnd democ
racy, they fought for us and they can
demand this of us nnd nothing less.
If we are fighting for democracy, let
.us see to it that democracy is made
'equal to its responsibilities.
For Dental X-Ray Service see Drs.
Thorley or Petty. Adv. tf.
Mnyor Arch Swapp returned the
first of the week from n rather ex
pended trip into southern California
where tho Mayor has sheep interests.
President Wjlford Day of the Iron
County Construction Company is in
Snlt Lake City this week for tho pur
pose of submitting a bid for his com
pany on the projected Lund-Cedar
road, to the State Road Commission.
Mrs. Jane S. WJlkinson was a pas
senger on the south bound bus Inst
Monday on her way to Hurricane to
visit with her son, Dr. II. II. Wilkin
son nnd receive some medical treat
ment. II. J. Doolitlo of Lund is in Snlt
Lake City this week on business. Tho
Misses Mcll Corlctt nnd Agness Coss
lctt, lessees of the Root Hotel nt
Lund have also been Salt Lake visit
ors for the pnst couple of weeks.
Uncle David Bulloch returned from
St. George last week, where he has
been doing ordinance work in the
temple. His wife, Mrs. Alice Bulloch
nnd Mrs. Caroline Schoppmann, who
accompanied them, remained for n
week or two longer.
Attorney C. E. Norton of Snlt Lake
City, who is a son-in-law of our old
friend, John T. Mitchell of Pnrowan,
was in Cedar City last Wednescday
en route to the county seat, hnving
a case in tho district court wiich has
been in session there the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heyborno
have a golden wedding coming in
about a year and a half if both tho
good people arc spared to each other
that long, which seems altogether
This long backward winter is rais
ing the dickens with the contents of
coal bins and wood piles. On tho
whole, wc believe the ice man is less
to be feared than these fuel sharks,
and wc would like to try n chango
Mrs. Jane Lambeth returned home
Wednesday from a very pleasant visit
to relatives in Salt Lake City and in
Millard county. Sho reports that Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Goddnrd are very com-'
fortably located with their family in
Salt Lake. Have a nice home nnd Mr.
Goddnrd has a good position fn a gro
Tho seventh grade of the district
school is preparing to issue n school
paper next week. It is to be a neat
eight page sheet, with pages about
half the size of this paper. The pro
ject is being handled almost exclus
ively by the students, who will write
the articles, attend to the business
and conduct nil departments of the
Well, the weather seems more pro-)
pitious for spring today than it has'
Voluntary weather observer, Parley
Dallcy reports that there has ben a
precipitation of 10 inches in Cedar
City during tho pnst winter. Mr.
Dnlley has promised to furnish us
with n comparative table of the
moisture during recent years, which,
will, we arc sure, be interesting to.
our readers. j
Mr. John M. Macfarlane of Snlt
Lake City, Mrs. Urio Macfarlano and
her little son of the snme place, and
Mrs. Brig. Wullfenstein of St. George
passed through Cedar last Mondny af
ternoon on their way to Lund. Tho
two former were returning home from
n visit to their former homo at St.
George and tho latter was on her way
to Beaver to attend the funeral of her
son's young wife, who died in Salt
Lake City and was sent to Beaver
Recent visitors to St. George state
that the weather has been extremely
cold thorc lately for this time of year.
Mrs. Christina Wcstcrhold, who has
been visiting for some time with her
daughter, Mrs. Nancy Lunt, at Bunk
crville, has returned home.
Mrs. David Gibson returned from
the northern part of tho state last
Friday. She went about three weeks
ago to visit her son Murl. who has
been attending school in Logan and'
also relatives in Salt Lake and Provo.
Mrs. Sarah Ann Bulloch, who has
been in St. George for some time, do
ing temple work, is homo again. Mrs.
Bulloch states that the weather has
been none too warm for comfort in
Loynl Corry, Carl Carpenter, Rhone
Hunter. Emron Jone3 nnd Jim Uric
have each received letters from Church
headquarters giving notice of mission
ary work. Most of the young men aro
planning to leave early in Juno for
their respective fields of labor.
Coach Christenscn of the B. A. C.
left todny for St. George, where a field
and track meet is to be held with tho
Dixie Normal tomorrow. On the 30th
inst. a divisional track and field meet,
in which eight teams arc expected to
participate, is to bo held on the B. A.
C. campus in this city.
The misses Rhoda Palmer, Irene
Thorley, Gwen Williams and Evelyn
Pnlmcr returned homo this week from
their schools in northern counties,
where they have been teaching tho
pnBt winter. Tho schools in many of
tho outside counties seem to be clos
ing rather early this spring.
An effort is being made by Direct
or Frisby to get more members into
the choir. This is one of the import
ant organizations of the church and
should receive the support of every
one who can sing. There fs excellent
opportunity for tho improvement of
one's ability in tho choir and boing
under such good management should
be worked up more than it has been
by people who should be interested
in becoming members.
Well, by heck! Wonder if it will
ever stop storming and give us a littlo
spring weather. It is just one snow
after another, and the roads and land
is kept in such a mess that nil
spring work is retarded. Even tho
Clenn-Up-Cnmpaign last week was nil
shot to pieces, nnd scarcely anything
rrromplished. The report cpmes from
Washington county that practically
all tho peaches have been destroyed
with the frost, and it is further
learned that nearly all the peach trees
in Utah and Box Elder county have
been winter killed. Tho apricots havo
been frozen hero it is stated and there
is little hope of tho peaches escaping.
The prospects for fruit are decidedly
slim for this season. It is just one
d thing after another.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Rogcrson of
Enoch are in Cedar City today doing
business. They arc selling out their
interests nt Enoch nnd will move to
Salt Lake. Mrs. Rogcrson, who has
corducted the store there for the past
eight or ten years, and hns carried a
very complete line of general mcr
chnnise, is selling out their stock of
good. The Rogersons have been good
and progressive citizens of Enoch, nnd
hnvo rendered services there thnt will
be missed when they arc gone. Lack
of loyalty to the homo store on tho
part of tho Enoch people is ascribed
as the reason for their closing out the
store and removing to Salt Lake City.
An advertisement of the sale of their
stock of merchandise will be found in
this issue of The Record.
Shooting the Mines.
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The U. S. Mine Sweeping DtfcMh
merit has Ju.it returned from tm wck
In the North Spuh. The arr juremat
danger of flouting mine was nwiitor
actcd by the sharp eyesight of ttio
men who were behind the rom. Ttalr
Job wrb to pick off thr mlnc m titry
appeared and explode then by dfoct
hits. The IWes of the otfctr ami
nbonrd and the safety of tltt hip do-
pended en their keenness.
A large proportion of th 56,000
mines laid la the North Sens by the
U. H. Navy was destroyed In thk wy.
This Is Just on of the Job that
Conies In the career of a V. 8. tatfot ;
one e T experiences tfcat Its hfc
a grip on hbtsMlf and mas hUa a
Do you want a bigger and taor
beautiful Cedar City? Then voto yea
on the bonds May 1.
There seems to be quito an epidemic
of colds, bronchitis and somo pneu
monia abroad in tho land at prcseat.
The sickness is possibly duo to ttw
unusual climatic conditions which hare
prevailed, this spring.
MARY AND HER LAMB
JOIN IN PARADE
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If Mary Rogers of Atlantic
City, N. J., has her way thcro will
bo an addition In tho future to
Easter living symbols. Mary
would havo neither a bunny nor
bnby chicks for her Easter parado
on tho board walk at Atlantic
City Instead Mary and her littlo
lamb wero thorc as shown horo.
THERE'S more of a trick to House-Cleaning than hard work. We are always
on the alert for little things that will lighten that necessary evil House
cleaning. KLEENWELL wall paper cleaner like soft dough
but brightens up your wall paper wonder
fully when nibbed over the soiled surface 35c jk' ,,
, a package ; 3 for $ 1 .00.
NIAGRA CREAM PASTE The softest silver polish
ever made cannot injure finest articles, and
makes silver like new 75c. per package.
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LIQUID GLOSS The easy polish to applyV Makes ( &
' old furniture look like new. Fine for polished J $
V." floors, and reasonable in price. 35c. a can.
.I'M ''" " STERIFOAM Have you scrubbed in vain on the
' ugly brown stains on porcelain bath tubs, toi-
, . t lets, etc.? Sterifoam will take them off for you. 4
' ' - Can and brush for 35c.
Cedar City Drug Co.
"THE Slexall STORE"