The Carbon County News from Price, Utah on April 9, 1914 · 1
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The Carbon County News from Price, Utah · 1

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r t The Carbon School Board Case in Court Saturday Tho members -of the county hifh eehool board have been cited by Judge Christ enson to either turn their books and accounts over to an auditor selected by the county commissioners or appear in court in this city next Saturday at 10 a. m. and show causo why they have not done The writ was issued at Manti last Thursday and M. P. BrafTet and Ferdinand Erickson, who arc em pio) ed by tho year, on Saturday accepted sen ice for the board. The writ directs the members of the board of education of Carbon County High-Sohool -dufaict, C 0. McWbinney, as cltfrk, and A. H. Hun ten, as treasurer, to at once permit "an inspection and audit of til books and accounts 'of -said Carbon Coanty High School District, to be mad? under "the supervision and direction of the board of county commissioners by such auditor as slid board of county commissioners has or sbaH designate," or that they show causo before tho court at the court room thereof, at Price, Utah, on the 11th day -of April, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m. why 'they have not done so. As this question of jurisdiction over school Tecords has never been passed upon by tho state supreme' rourt, it is more than likely that Ibis case will be appealed, whichever way Judge Ohristenson may rule. i sna Nelson Dead Lena Mclntire Nelson, aged 23 j ears, the wife of Jay Nelson and a daughter of Mrs. Barbara Mclntire of Logan, diadirft her home at Billings. Montana, ilnsfc Saturday of blood poisoning, following an operation.' Deceased leaves a husband and two daughters, aged fifteen months and three $ears. She Mr. Oliver T. Harmon of Welling- ton aim Frank Mclntire of this city, and has.a large number of uncles, nunts'dnd cousins in Carbon county. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson moved to Billings from this ciCy about four years ago. The body; accompanied by the husband, children and mother, arrived Tuesday and 'the funeral was held from the Tabernacle at4J o'clock yesterday afternoon, Bishdp Albert Bry-ner having charge of the -services. The body was laid to rest in the Price cemetery. Deceased was a faithful wife, a loving mother and a good neighbor, j and scores of people outside of her own family sincerely mourn her demise. Big April Conftrence Price Saints who attended the -recent conferonce of the L. D. S. church and kindred societies in Salt Lake, report tba$ the t attendance w,vs the best they have over seen at an April conference Among thbse from this city who attended were Messrs. and Mesdames A.W. and E. S. Horsley, Carlos Gandereon,ltcClure Wilson, Joe Jones and Mera. B. Goetzmaon, Geo. Wootton, J. II. Pace, W. F. Olson and many others whose names the News did not secure. lank Heinz, son and daughter, are expected to arrive from Salt Lake next week to join Mrs, Heinz, the dressmaker, in this city. Mr. Heinz will go into business if he finds an opening to suit him. 1 & ""-"" ' r - .. . . I M ill' "IMIIMI,llIMMM REV. R. gjfeaclgj at the Price M. B. Pleased With Price A. Martello and Eugene Bertag-nolli of Rock Springs, Wyoming, who have been visiting the Willias, Ber-nardis and Grossos for several days, returned to their homes yesterday. Both of these gentlemen ore well-to-do financially, and intimated to a News reporter that they were so well pleased with Price that they were considering making some investments here. While the visitors were in iPricc Messrs, Grosso and Lars Gunderson drove them about considerably in their autos and showed them mary .-points of interest. Mrs. C. A. Novis last Saturday af- ternoon entertained the "Jolly Twelve" at bridge, this being the last meeting of the series. The favors went to Mesdamei Thos. flu-1 manet W. C. Benfer, Stanley Ballin- ger and J. J. Weigmann. The lunch , served by the hostess was a very nice enjoyed the afternoon hugely. Mr.aadilrsR.R Kirkpa trick last 1ur.uuua1r9xv.lv ivuKyuLiitjH. just Tnursday evening entertained the After dinner club at bridge, the favors going to Mrs. Watrous and Mr. Larson. j The public school teachers ,gave a party at the home of Miss Ida Pace Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. AithurS. Horsley (newiy-weds) and spent a very pleasant evening playing parlor games, enjoying masi and feasting. Grandma CrOCKett Surprised Saturday evening the members df the M. E. Aid society to the number : ... ... of seventeen called at the R, W. n V F. Louis, who for ten years coning assisting Mrs. Virginia Crockett ducted a restaUrant in Salt Lake, in celebrating 'her 77th birthday an- has purchased the American Kitchen niversary. The guests presented of Mrs. Gibson and has changed 'the Mrs. Crockett with some "handsome name to the Ne York Cafe, lisen handkerchiefs as mementoes of The second Story of the Commer- the occasion and Mrs. C. H. Steven- ciarbank building is being remodeled sone contribution to 'the occasion into three suites of two rooms each, nrR a liirthri&v cake, surmounted with 77 candles. The evening was and social chat and when .the self- invited guests departed they wished Grandma Crockett many more birthdays and much happiness. A few evenings since, when trlady instructor in one of ithe Price schools returned from a visit to Salt Laky, she was met at mo tram oj a ounco -m- m m rtf h, ifirl ntmlk and treated to a a rice shower and other indications that the girls believed her a mar- ried woman, but it was all a sad miefoW fnr ffin lntiv IS still uniorinc the bliss that accompanies indepen- denee. County News THURSDAY J. KIKER. Church Friday Evening, April 10 'LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS Wall pjiper galore at Sumner's. Next Sunday is Easter. Dr.PlsU-has -been in Suit Lake since Sunday. The latest designs in portieres and couch covers at Sumner's, Bishop AibertBryncri was down at Wellington TuesdayHiis first trip to that town m t Warranty and quit claim deeds and chattel mortgage blanks for sale at the News office. tf Miss Margaret Horsley was laid up with a bad cold several days this week, but is again back at the store. Jtisieported that Levi N. Harmon and family are liable to return to Price to reside in the near future. Bishop Albert Bryner last Friday Unitffl in TTl!ft1irfl T 11 fJnun na and Miss Viola Babcgck, both of Castle Gate. Mm t a . . . , , thth'l1' nnl m? tyRhm?t fo5 fbPufc tw "hs' lsagam able to be up and aD0Ul Rhoda Vaye, wjio was operated on evening. Guidoannany of Hiawatha was .... .,u.vuu " i nospuai ounuay I Jb. case 01 trichinosis Leon Fannesbeek of JjOgan, an at- torney at law, with a college degree of Doctor of Law, has been in town several days, looking over the field for a 'location. E ait Sumner's business has reached a point where he had to nave more storogo room, so he has pUt Up a substantial waiehouse back 0f jjjs furniture store. At the last meeting of the Royal eiglibor the members decided that! they would serve a banquet to the Dioaern woodmen wno meet here in state conYention on May 6th. R. E Cloward will occupy one of the nnw rv-ti was in 'Price Sunday, enroute to Salt Lake. Ho left on No. 3 Sunday night, but that train was held at Helper -tilt Monday morning, much to the doctor's disgust. "Manager Baird of the Savov. who 1 was In Salt Lake over Sunday, visit- d Attorney'O. O. Tfelaon at the L. ? s; Monday night and fundthe litter recovering nicely Irom his operation for appendicitis, Tr Snrmmon inMrnn t ft 7JA T,4 John Xakaharis, rbo was shot 'hru the 'body at Sunnysido ten days ago, has improved so rapidly at St Mark's hospital, Salt Lake, that ho will b discharged In a few dayo. For Sato The dining room connected with the Hotel Helper. Address Frank Balzano, Helper, Utah. John Y. Smith, who owns nianyt acres or land south of this city, was a business visitor la this city today. John Bruno is Quito HI at the Monte Soglio hotel with a bad attack of tilchanosis, caused from eating unhealthy pork. Tho latest word from Bob art Mc-ICune mothrf at Colorado Springs, is to the o fleet that she is stead!! improving In health. Jeanselme & Chatlin have leased tho room being vacated by the Golden Rule and will open a general mer cautile establishment therein within Me next ten days. . J. W. Sterling and A. W. Shinen returned on No 6 yesterday from a visit to Salt Lake, whero they closed' up an important Tea estate doal, Giacome Stppi of Sunnyaide, who went to tho old home In Italy last fall, to claim the sweetheart of his boyhooi, returned yesterday with his bride and spent the day in visiting Price friends. They will go to Sun-nyside to reside, wher6 tho groom Is employed by Fred Larcher. The News is informed that a group of taxpayers will shortly institute pioceedings to test the legality of the council leasing municipal property (the light plant) to a private individual, without allowing the people to vote on the question. Mosiah Hall of Salt Lake, atato inspector of high schools ; C. R. Mar-cusen, county superintendent, and L. 'B. Cowles, principal of the( high school, went up to Hiawatha and Black Hawk this morning 'to ascertain the need of a branch high school in that district. The MrKune Forwardincr com can v announce this week a free demon stration of Occident flour at Horners Variety store. Saturday. Anril 11th. The Russell Miller Milling Co. of Minneapolis are so well Dleaned with the eales of their product in Price' that they are co-operating with their local jobbers, the focKune Co, in bringing their demonstrator, Mrs B. D. Riley, here to put on this baking demonstration. This speaks well for Price, as this exhibition is seldom attempt! attempted in any but the larger cities. There will be plenty of free dalnUe8 Bnd a cordial IuvUtion is extended to all, Gave Liquor to Child Harry Hartle, Fred HaWke and David Keags were atTcsted Tuesday on complaint of Probation Officer O. T. Harmon, who charges the defendants with giving intoxicating liquors to a 14-year old girl, in violation of the statutes. Two others, who are alleged to be accomplices Rcserva- tton Slim, first and real name un- known, and his wife, known as the Cow Girl" got wind of what was up and disappeared Monday night. The girl comes from Sunny&ide and has been liv pg with "Slim" and his wife for several weeks. She has a mother and step father at Sunnyside, who are in town to attend the near-ing of the three men arrested as soon as Juvenile Judge Sorensen ar-riqes from Manti which will probably be this evening or 'tomorrow. The prisoners were arraigned be-foro Justice Middle ton yesterday, plead not guilty, and were held -un der bond of $500 each, pending ac-1 tion by the juvenile court. Teachers Selected At a meeting of the pubHirsdhool rd lost 'night, tho board t creed to engage Arthur S. Horsley. pricipal , mf-m, m w tmd m-m mm. m tlJi.Maj mm m mm M L A A J a 1 w i , wr m find Miss Then TtaQmiiAMTi nf f M city and Miss Edith Young, Proyo ; Miss Vera Raymond, Salt Lake, and "Miss Carrie Trumpf, Reedsburg, Wash., ks members of the teiohin fcoups for next year. There arcaev-) NO- 40 Borsley Family Holds Reunion Yesterday 'was the 76th annlvei-sary of tho birth of Samuel P. How-ley and the event was mado the occasion for a family reunion, hold nt tho home of one of tho sons, A. W. Horsley, last night. Five sons A. W., E. S., F B.t 'H. B., and Ralph, with their wives and children, one daughter, Mrs. Agnes Goubler, of Lund, Nov,, a large number of grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren were In attendance and the occasion was one that will be long remembered by tho members of tho family. The evening was pleasantly spent at music, visiting and feasting. Mrs. Goublera birthday falls en the lame day as her father's and there was, consequently, a (double reason for the reunion. In Justice Court On complaint of City Marshal Pace, Frank Cordova was arrested Monday, charged with pandering He was unsigned before Justice Mid-dlcton, -plead ndt guilty and will have his hearing at 2 o'clodk tomorrow afternoon. Jerome Hopkins was arrested on a charge of burglaryin the third de- greo, waived examination and was held to the district court. 'Falling to furnish bond, he Is awaiting trhVl in the Hotel rd Fausatt. Walter Pace walk was also arrested for third degree burglary, was arraigned yesterday morning and had his hearing set for April 20th. Mrs. Lloyd Poisoned Mrs. J.J, Lloyd had a close call from death by poisoning last Thursday and felt the effects' of 'her'fllnesa for several days. Shortly after eating a sprig of parsley, Mrs. Lloyd was taken deathly sick, began to swell and turn black and rapid work on the part of a physician was all that saved her from dtaih. Ti la. believed 'the pardley he crte -wnvdl? the wild variety,, which is sometimes very poisonous. Sorosfs Meets - The Sorosis met with Mrs. Middle-ton Friday, Blaroh 27. Blrs. Sharp gave a paper on "Modern improvements in Children's Education," after which followed a discussion, led by Mrs. Fouts. The club will meet with Mrs. Sharp Friday, April 10. Mrs. Cleveland will give a paper on Club Work ; discussion by Mrs. Ferris. Roll call, quotations from Amer-can authors. Irs. Sharp, Corresponding Secretary. Maxwells are Coming The Price Auto & Stage company yesterday unloaded a 'Maxwell 25-4, the first of a shipment of five machines purchased by the company. The Maxwell is one of the bigh'grade machines being sold at a reasonable price, and the Price Auto & Stage company will be pleased to tell interested persons all about thsm. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Horsley, who leftthis part of the-country about fifteen years agoto make their home rived MoIhISy. eve nine and visittfd Mr.Horsleyy brother, Samuel P.i over night, leaving Tuesday mom life for theirold homn r. B'erron. To" visit all their relatives in this section before re turning home. Public Meeting ' A citizens meeting is'hereby called to convene at the court house Satur day, April 11, at 8 o'clock p. m., for I the nnrnncA nf nnnninttnr tees and devising ways and means of best entertaining the Utah Bankers Association which convenes, at .Price June 11-12-13. 'CAKLTt. 1SIARCUSEN

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