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H VOL. XIV t GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 No. 7. l
I Farewell Social to
I T. H. Edwards and Family
M Tho Palace hall was the scene
H of a very pleasant gathering on
H Tuesday evening of this week '
H when tho citizens of Garland
H turned out en nuiBso to pay their
H respects to Supt. Thalcs II. Ed-'
wards and family who left Wcd
H ncsday to make their future a- j
bodo la Spanish Fork where Mr. I
Edwards Is tho new superlnten-
dent of tho Spanish Fork factory
of Uio Utah-Idaho Sugar Corn
el -pany. The hall was crowded
with friends of tho family and
M the dance and social was a very
successful affair. Mr. Edwards
M and family wcro early pioneers
1iero and their going away is u I
H sourco of regret to tlicir many
friends and associates.
1 Dancing was indulged in up to
10 o'clock, when tho following
program was carried out under
M the dlrccton of Master of Cere
M monies, Vernon M. Rhodes:
M, Quartctte--"Whero tlic Suwanos
m IllVer FIowb" Messrs Geo.
, 0. Nye, Fred Nye, J. W. Baker
M and C. R. Welling, (enchore)
Laugh a Little lilt."
M Address John J. Shumway
', who referred to Ills long and
Mi friendly ussociuUons with Mr.
1 Brigham Bank
I Joins Federal .
M (From tho Box Elder Journal)
The Security Saving Bank of
B this c'ty is In receipt of.' a dls
H patch' from tho Federal Reserve
M Agent at San Francisco, advls
M Ing tlmt the local Institution has
M been admitted to membership
M in tho Federal Rcservo Bunk
M System. Th's Is regarded as a,
M compliment, as no banks tiro ad'
1 mitted to membership without!
M first passing a rigid and sntls
m factory examination by a Gov
m ennnent examiner. An ofllclal
M examiner spont four days In go
B lhg over tho accounts and tif-,
m fairs of tho bank and It was on
H this report, coupled with the
M well known reputation of tho
M Directors and Management ns
M capable bank men, that admltt
1 ed tho Security Savings Bank to
M membership In tho great Feder
al al Roscrvo Bank System.
M , J. E. Ilalverson, president of
M tho Security Bank, was seen by.
M a representative of tills . paper
H and when asked why his bank
M had made tho move, replied that
H ho could givo no better reason
M than the one set fortli In Uio
B preamble of the. Federal Reserve
H Act, passed by Congress, which
M reads; "To afford a means of
M re-discounting commercial pa
m per and to establish a moro ef
H fectlvo supervision of banking
H in the United States." Mr.
M Ilalverson continued: "Stato
M banking has como under euspic-.
m ion by tho failure of several Salt
M Lake institutions. Our direc
M tors wanted to rise abpvo tills
H suspicion by letting the public
M know that this Institution rank
m ed in safety with tho best bank
H ing institutions in tho country.
B Tho best way to do this was to
M join tho Federal Reserve Sys-
M "Wo will now bo subject to
H double examinations and double
H security ono from the State
M Banking Authorities tho other
1 through tho National Banking.
M Department as exercised thru ;
M tho Federal Reserve System, I
, , r
Edwards and designated him
1 as a man with "push" and
i "ginger" In all public affairs.
Regretted to see the Edwards
! family Iqavo hero.
Duet Cornet and Trombone
Gf G. Sweeten. -and LeRoy
. Manning, Miss Alta Harris, ac
I companiest. (enchorcd)
1 Address C. R. Welling
who, In behalf of the employes
of thoCarland 'Sugar factory,
presented, Mr. LHwnrds a flno
gold signet ring.
Selectloi Paluco Orchestra
Response. .Supt. T. II. Edwards
who expressed appreciation
1 for the good feelings mani
fested toward himself and
family and thanks for the
token ; had a warm spot In his
heart for tho good people of
Quartette "Just a Picture of
tho Suwaneo Shore" Nye
Brothers Baker Welling.
After the program, nil present
, engaged In dancing and delicious
punch was served free In tho
Imlcony. Tho danco concluded
soon after tho midnight hour
and thuB ended a very pleasant
with headquarters at Washing
ton.havlng a supervising branch
.nt-Satr-FmnclHco. -' '
"Tho samo power that is back
of your liberty bond now guards
and protects tho Security Sav
"If patroiiB , call for money
faster than wc can got It back
from tho borrowers, tho Federal
Reserve Bank stands behind
us to advanco Uio money to pay
them. The Reserve- System has
-millions upon millions of ready
cash, available for this purposo,
but If, far any reason, tho a
mount should not bo suillclent,
tho Government has granted the
' Federal Bank tho power to
"make money." '
' "A Federal Reserve Bank
1 member Is therefore safer for
depositors than an Independent
non-member bank and, on that
account, is not obliged to refuse
loan accommodations or make
sudden and pre-emtory callB on
borrowers for repayment of
loans when such demands for re
payment entail heavy losses to
customers. , I
i "Wo Joined tho Federal Re-1
servo Bank System to make us
Uio safeBt bank possible by not
(Only protecting depositors , butj
also safeguarding tho Interests
of borrowers and also to protect
tho interests of stockholders."
Tho Security Savings Bank
commenced business toward the
close of 1012 and has been op-j
crating a little more than six
years. Tho Federal report of
February 14th, 1919, shows:
Cash Rosources . . $339,996.09;
Loans and Discounts I
Total Resource? . . $648,616.66
M. I. A. .
The following program has
been arranged for the meeting of
ithe Garland Mutual associations
to be held at tho ward chapel
Sunday evening, March lGth, ut
Selection Fred Nye.
Address N. E..Ivorson.
Piano Duet Miss Bernlce
Grover and Miss Ethel Scofleld.
Mrs. P. C. Petterson enter
tained the L.B.-C. Club at r
home on East Factory street,
Friday afternoon.March 7, I9l9.
President Mrs. M. Foisted pre
' siding. There wero fourteen
members present, with Uio fol
lowing named ladles as guestajof
i the hostess: Mesdames Osro
I Barnard, G. C. Hymer, D. JE.
Manning, F. S. Peck, Ed.'N.
Austin, S. C. Snider, tho Misses
Hazel Edwards and Dorrls Per
ry or Blackfoot, Idaho. JF
Mrs. D. E. Manning gavcjfa
very interesting summary of lib
topics discussed at the Peace
Conference held In Salt Lake
City, February 21 and 22. Ifi'
A vote of thanks was extend
ed, to Mrs. D.. 13. Manning. M.
i Vocal Solo Mrs. George
Carter, Mrs. W. J. Carter, ac
Spring blossoms were usedjas
decorations. Assisting Uio hos
tess to Borvc delicate refresh
ments, wero Mrs. Ed. N. Austin
and Miss Dorrls Perry. "it'
After u very pleasant social
hour, Club adjourned to liifjet
with Mrs. M. Abitunson, March
21, 1919. vJK
MRS. DIXIE SHELTONJf '
I Mr. and Mrs. Win. Becton of
Mulud, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John KnudBon this week.
Miss Audiu Ileusscr enter
j tallied at a party last Thursday
night. The evening was spent
' in games, music mid dancing,
after which refreshments con-
slstlng of oranges, Ice cream
land cako were served. Those J
present wero Viola Garner, Elm,
Gamer, Meda Gamer, Ollvo
Marble, Hazel Marble, EstelLi'
Spackman, CryBlal Shepard,
Junultn Loveland, Hazel Knud
son, Gladys Knudson, Etta
Holdaway, Audra Ildusscr. Chas
iDowoy, Reuben Benson, Percy
Burbauk, Vera Knudson, Perry
Spademan, Vincent Ileusscr.
Mrs. Louise Bubcock was
visiting relatives and friends iu
Brlghum City the latter pail of
, last week.
C. J. Dewey has purchased a
delightful surprise party was
given Mrs. John Knudson on her
return from Malad last Friday.
It wus her birthday on that day.
Tho evening was spent In games
and music, after which luncheon
uias served to the following
guests: Mr. and Mrs. N. B,
Marble, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ileusser, Mr. and Mrs. I. J, Fan
.sler, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spack
inan, Mr. ttnd Mrs. Wm. Beeton,
Mrs. N. P': Marble, John Knud
son, Lewis Germer.
A welcome homo party 'was
given tho Soldier and Sailor
boys who have returned from
tho training ctunps, last Thurs
day evening, A pleasing pro
gram was rendered and a deli
cious suppor wus served, tifter
which games and dancing wero
A surprise party was given
Wanda Ileusser last Tuesday
night, It being her 11th birthday.
A delightful time was had by all
after which refreshments wcro
Edwin Dowey returned from
tho training camp Friday of last
March 10, 1919, II. R,
State Livestock Inspector J. T.
Neal and Alexander Tennnnt are
highly elated with tho excellent
co-operation manifested by tho
Farm Bureaus of the county in
respect to tho cow testing work
for tuberculosis. Prac'Ucally all
, female dairy cattle aboyo six
j months of age from the county
1 lino on tho south to the Harper
1 ward have beeil tested, Including
1.GG2 head. Out of this number
J only about twenty head of cattle
,' were found to have tuberculosis,
but tho figures are evident that
tho disease Is among tho cattle
In most nil districts. The tests
showed cattle aflllctcd as fol
lows: Brlghani 1C
Hot SnrltiirH 1
No man wishes to subject hla
family or friends to the danger
of contracting this disease from
tho use of dahy products from n
diseased cow. Tho test Is free
and CO per cent of tho valuation
Is paid by the Government for all
condemned animals. The Coun
ty Agricultural Agent Is co
operating closely with tho Stato
Livestock Inspector's ofllco and
nBks every Farm Bureau to co
ynernto with Uiese Inspectors
r;e;vU)ey comojnto.,your. .pro
duct. R. II. STEWART,
Co. Agr. Agent.
Mrs. Bootho Files Suit for Div.
Declaring Unit her husbund
has failed 10 provide for her and
that he spent his money In liquor
and on oilier women, Jennie A.
Boothe brought suit ugulnst her
husband, Morris Art Boothe, in
tho District Court la&t week.,
-Buying that It is tho second coni
'plnlut sho has filed for divorce
slncS October 20th, 191S.
Mrs. Bootho Buys thut they
wero muriied ut Brlghum, Oct
ober 14, 1899 and that thero
are five children Morris A., 17,
Doris, 14, Elalnell Ruth, 2, and
Saininy Pershing, 3 month old.
iShe Buys that' tho father Is not
a fit person to huvo tho custody
X)f tho children and asks for Uio
care of them wlUi at least $100
a month from tho defendant for
Tho plaintiff further declares
that during 1917, tho defendant
mado an assignment tto her of
nil his Interest 1 1 hs father's
estate, but that- ho conUnued to
receive distributive shares of this
estate until there Is very little-
left of It. She says ho makes
tfrom $150 to $200 a month, but
that for several years ho has
failed to provide for her.
On October 20, 1918, sho says
she filed n complaint against
her husband for a divorce, 'huC
I Uiat Bho wus induced to ubun-
I !don tho suit by him and his
friends on his promise that ho
, "would reform and tako euro of
I her. Thoy becnnie reconciled,
I but Immediately, sho declares,
ho continued to fall to provide
for her and has since failed to
do so. Ogden Examlnor.
'Mr. and Mrs. Bootho were
formerly residents of this city.
Miss Aleno Snlnsbury of Field
I ing, who bus been doing "over
seus" duty as a nurse, returned
i from Franco last week and re
lated her experiences nt the
. sacrament meeUng of tho Fleld
Ungward lust Sunday, which
were very Interesting.
Quarterly Conference I
March 22nd and 23rd I
. . . M
Tho saints of the Bear River
stuko will convene in Quarterly
Conference on Saturday and
Sunday, March 22nd and 23rd.
All ward meetings will bo dis
pensed wlUi and there will be
a general gathering of the saints
from all the wards of the stake.
Representatives of tho general
authorities will bo In attendance.
On Saturday morning, at 11
'o'clock, thero will bo a meeUng
of tho Stake Presidency, Illghl
Council, Bishops and counselors,
Presidents and Secretaries of
priesthood quorums and mala
members of the Boards of all
auxiliary organizations. A geu
oral public gathering will bo
JOHN A. LARSON
Sunday, March 2nd, John A.
Larson, ono of the, earliest pion
eers of tho Bear River valley,
passed from this sphcro of ac
tion into tho spirit world, at Uio
ripo ago of. 8-i.yearBr. O-niontlm
and 20 days.
Brother Larson was born in
Linkoplng, Sweden, May G, 1S31.
Ho wus Uio only member of his
family who embraced tho gospel.
Ho arrived In Suit Lake City in
October, 1SG0, and moved to tho
Bear River valloy iu November
of tho same year, locating h
Bear River City in company with
six other families who wcro the
first to locate there. Ho was
married to Kazlah Lcssa Larson,
October 27th, 1870. Ho was a
mong the first residents of Bear
River City to experiment with
dry. farming, with his family
ho moved to what is now known
us East Garland, In May, 1SS4.
At that tlmo thero wero no per
manent residents located be
tween tho Mulud and Bear
rivers from Bear River City on
tho south to Plymouth on tho
north. Ho followed tho occu
pation of diy farming until the
canal wus brought out.
Funoral services wero held
March 4th, hi the East Garland
wurd chapel, Second Counselor
Lafayetto Grover In charge. Tho
opening prayer was offered by
O. L. Despaln and Thomas E.
King pronounced tho benedic
tion. Appropriate music wus
rendered by members of tho
ward choir. Tho speakers
who wero early acquaintances
! of BroUier Larson, wero Elders
I K. II. Frldal, David E. .Manning
and J. P. Chrlstensen, all of
whom testified of his faithful
ness ub u Lutttr-day Saint, his
quiet unassuming manner and
his strict adherence to tho prin
ciples of honesty in dealing with
his fellow men. The grave was
dedicated by J. P. Christensen.
Deceased was tho father of two
sons and three daughters, who
wero all present at tho services,
viz: Mrs. Caroline Soderborg
of Salt I.ake City; John W.
Larson, David Larson and Mrs.
John Oyler, Jr., of East Garland,
.and Mrs. Horace Gleason of
Garland. Ills' wlfo passed away
In July, 19'05. There aro 20
Friday evening of last week,
tho Gth and Stli grade basket
ball teams played tho Garland
teams at Garland. Tho score,
of tho SUi grado teams being1
9 to 3 in favor of East Garland.
Tho scoro of tho Gth grades was
3 to 1 in favor of Garland.
Sunday, March 9th, tho Stake
held at 2 o'clock Saturday at tho m
Stuko Tabernacle. jjl
Tho Sunday sessions of tho . ' "m
conference will bo held at tho J
Stake Tabernacle at 10 o'clock I
a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. I
Reports will bo mado by the I
various ofllccrs of Uio stuko and I
Instructions will bo given by the
representatives of the general I
authorities who will come from H
the headquarters of tho Church. I
May wo have a full nttcn- M
dance at all of tho sessions. (H
P. M. IIANSEN, . '
A. R. CAPENER, .
CLARENCE E. SMITH, M
Stake Presidency. -'I
Presidency visited our ward and j
reorganized tho bishopric hero, I
us follows: E. S. Hansen, Bis-
I hop, O. L. Despaln, First Coun- M
Isolor, and Lester M. Holman, '
J Second Counselor.
On Tuesday evening of this ,1
week, a combined social was M
given for our returned Soldier
boys and in behalf of Henry I
Oylcr and family and Ellis San-
dors and family who aro mov- ;H
Ing to Tromonton to reside. A IB
very plcnsnnt evening waB Uio 'I
-jfcNoxt -TuosdayVorvehlns the 'V"W
Relief Society will give nn old- '
tiuio socinl, which means a M
genuine good lime.
II. L. Mooro was an Ogden I
visitor Tuesday of this week. I
Gus Larson, who has been ill I
with Uio "flu," i3 on tho improve
March 12, 1919
"ABE" MAJORS AGAIN I
Los Angeles, Cal., Mch. 7.- I
Abraham R. Majors, who was M
pardoned Januury 25, from Uio
Utah penitcnUary for tho mur- H
der of Captain William A. Brown
of tho Ogden pollco department, I
April 30, 1S99, Is In tho Los An-
gelea city Jail on charges of bur-
glary and perjury. Mujor's ar-
rest followed his attempt to soil
stolen Jewelry. Ho Is Bald to
huvo arrived at Los Angeles last H
December, following his parole
nioro than a year ngo, and was
under tho nnmo of James Wilson
Two suit cases, crammed with
Jewelry stolon from fashionable
Los Angeles residences during
the last thrco weeks, wero found H
in .Mujor's room by city detec- H
tives. A sack of gold and ellv-
er, crudely molted, and valued at H
more than $1,000, was found In
a fireplace Two oUior suit
cases, full of stolen goods and H
papers which established MaJ-
or's identity, wero discovered by H
detectives In a second room used H
by him. Leon Saulard, a wait- H
er, arrested with Major's, oon-
fessed ho and tho Utah man
had committed moro than 20
burglaries during tho last two
months, the police claim.
JUVENILE COURT I
Juvenilo Judgo A. B. Taylor I
and John E. Balrd held court Iu
this city last .Saturday. About I
sixteen lads wero brought before H
tho court fur doing somo dam- H
nges in mid around tho old Sid- H
noy Stevens, building on South
Main street, February 15th. Tho
Judgo imposed a flno of $1.50 on
each of tho boys and they were
tho flno. Unless tho flno is paid
by today, tho lads or their par-
ents are llablo to bo brought up
for contempt of court.
It is to bo hoped that tho lads
will leant a lesson from this ex-
perienco and will understand
that thoy have, no business doing H
dnmngo to property or mischief
that will get thom Into trouble.