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' AftEMOAN FOnK CfTiZKtf, SATURDAY, JANUAUY 3, lOM. " T
I The Lehi Department I
H . 1
I City Council Holds
i Last Session
B Now IjIscciimc Ordinance 1'aNsed. Fin
nl Settlement With It) berg,
H - Tlio city rouncll held n speclnl sos-
8 sloii Tuesday evening to close up nil
m unfinished business for the year. The
H comtnlttco on llsccnne reported n new
H ordlnniico ranking several chanson
H ,c in tlio liceiiBCB. The chief changes
H were mndo for conducting lumber,
H furniture and Implcmont biislnessofl.
H The city will get nbout the same rov-
BM ouuo but tlio llccnso Is more oiiunl-
K Izcd. The dance halls wore nlso glv-
Bfl oil n reduction.
M Hyborg Bros, were present and
m v most of the evening was talien up In
H - effecting n final settlement. While
B the city mid contractors differed wide-
B ly In Bomo of the details they were
m quite closo In the final aggregate.
An agreement had been mndo to pur-
BS chnso the screening plant from Ny-
BB berg Dros. that had been placed In
H the city's gravol bed. If tlio two par-
Bfl ' ties could not ngrco thou the matter
a wns to bo nrbltrntcd. Tlio city of-
BS. forcd $140 as a settlement, while the
K'' contractors wanted $225. Tlio niat-
M tor was finally adjusted by Rybergs
Bfl ' accepting the. $140.
Bfl " Tho following unsettled clnlms for
Bfl dimagoa done in constructing the
BB. sidewalks wero agreed to:
H ' J. B. Cotter MOO
H Archie Smith 30.00
Bfl John nusflon COO
.- John Miller 2.00
H Southworth 2.50
m K. A. DuBhman 7.50
BH Tho contractors wero given a check
H for $125.25 in final settlement.
fl Tho vnrlouB ofllclals rendered their
Bfl final quarterly 'roports.
Bf Tho report of the city marshal
BJ showed but six arrests during the
BBj past three month two only being for
BBJ' Tho city physician's report showed
BBJ tho city to havo been In a most cx-
BBJ collent condition so far ns contagcous
m-,, diseases arc concerned, there not now
BBJ being a Blnglo flag up for cgutagjon.
' Dills totalling $829.03 wore- allowed,
BB;- chief amnog which was tho one
BM from tho road supervisor ipproxImnt-
Bfl V ' Ing $600.00 and which wns divided
BB . among GO citizens for hauling gravol.
Suiar Factory Shuts Down
H Closing; Shortest Campaign In Yearn,
B Huns 80 Davs-CulM 103,78-2 tons
H of lleetN-Sacks 25,7 13,700
BBJ Pounds of Sugar.
BBJ Tho Lehi Sugar Kactoryclosed Its
BBj- season's campaign Tuesday when nil
BBj tho fire was drawn from nil the furn-
BB nccB and tho plant shut down.
BJ Tho InBt snek of sugar wns sacked
BH and placed In the store room Monday,
BR making a totnl for tho season of nenr-
BH ly twenty-six million pounds, or to
BB bo exnet 25,713(700 pounds wns
Bl Tho run Just ended commenced
BB October 10th lasting Just Bovoty-sovon
BJ days which was tho shortest run in
BB tho factory's history slnco tho plant
BB was remodeled years ago. During
Bj tho campaign 103,782 tons of beets
Bfi wero cut averaging n little less than
BB 1,400 tons of beets cut every tweuty-
BJ four hours. Somo days tho plant
BJ consumed over 1,600 tons. Tho aver-
BH ago dally consumption of beets was
BB grcntor than for any pruvlouu year.
BV Tho cutting station nt I'rovo Hn-
BJ' Ished cutting beets tho same day that
BJ tho Lehi factory closed, tho Btnttoji
BB nt Sinnlsh Fork closing a week earl
BJ BJ Thero has been a gradual laying
BJ off of the hands for two weeks follow-
BB, ing tho policy of retrenchment adopt-
Be cd by tho company. Following the
BJ snmo policy thero will bo less men
Bjff employed during ''the shut down than
BJ any previous year in the factory's
I history. SptJames II. Qardner went
II to Salt Lake City, Tuesday, to make
i nrrnugoments to keep ns many men
Bjp on ns posslblo during tho bnlnuce
BV of tho winter to make repairs till
I other work opens up In tho spring.
BjJ Following this same lino of retrench-
p ment all tho heads of tho Sugar Co.
BB. havo had their salaries reduced. It
BB Is not yet known whether tho men
BB lower down will get n similar treat-
Wm During the cnmpnlgn 2,000 tons
BE of oyrup havo been shipped to Omaha
WF nud Washington state, chtelly to
M Omaha. This syrup is mixed with
BO alfalfa meal, pressed Into cukes nud
B9 sold ns "Molfalfa" n product used for
ma fattening cnttle, feeding horses and
JBj milch cows, It is pronounced par
H3 excellent for this purpose Tho won-
BJl dor Is that this refuse molasses Is not
B3g kopt at homo nud made Into n similar
product here. Utah Is famed for Its
nlfnlfn nud tho syrup would cost hero
less than one half whnt it would cost
tho Omaha stockmen,
Tho fnctory wl'tl run ngnln next
yenr nnd In n few dnys tho fnrmcrB
will bo given tho privilege of signing
up for beets ou tho snmo basis ns
Inst yenr. As to whnt will hnppen
after next year tho sugar people will
not now oven venturo n guess.
John Sims Passes Away
John Sims, one of l.chl's oldest cit
izens passed away Saturday night. He
has bcou falling gradually for n num
ber of yenrs, but it wns but a fow
days before his death that his Illness
becamo really BorlouH.
Mr. Sims canto to Lehi from I3ug
land about 32 years ago. lie waB
always known ns n Jovial, honest,
hard working man nud probably did
not havo n single enemy In tho city.
About nine yenrs ngo his wlfo who
camo with him from ICngland died.
Later ho married Mrs. Sarah Dove,
who survives him, though she Is quite
Mr, Sims was born In England 84
years ngo. Ho leaves sovcrnl child
ren all of whom are In ICngland.
Tho funeral services were hold In
tlio First Ward meeting house Tues-'
day afternoon. There wns n good
attendunco of sympathizing friends.
It. J. Whipple presided over tho ser
vices, llyclo Wlllcs, Joseph W.
aantcs, Andrew Peterson, II. J. Stew
art, John Woodhouso and A. It. An
derson, wore the speakers, nil of
.whom pnld hlg'K tribute to bis high
moral character as a man nnd his
life ns a I.nttor Day Saint.
Interurban Buys Depot Site
Station Will he Located on Third
North llctm-en First West anil
Second West Streets,
Tho Salt Lake nud Utah Rnllroud
company this week purchased tho
William Done nnd L. A. Olmstcad
lots ou Third North street hetweeu
First nnd Second West strocts, which
slto will bo used for Interurban de
Tho slto Ib considered to bo ns
nearly central ns could well be
x,hoiH,n."-?t-fa-iiitlmty Itotwcmr liw
two business ends of town. It Is but
two blocks from tho tabernacle, one
nnd a. bnlf blocks from Smuln's Danc
ing Academy, one block from tho pub
lic school block, but ono block from
what will bo tho center of tho city
free delivery sorvlco when It will
havo beou established. Tho company
owns valuable truckngo ) arils three
nud four blocks further west.
A Peculiar Accident
A week ago last Monday D. Itny All
red received un Injury to his left nrm
while putting n belt ou ono of the
pulleys nt tho sugar fnctory. It was
so painful that he laid off that day
nnd went to a doctor. No fracture
could bo discovered, so Mr. Allrcd
went to work tho next day, climbing
ladders, oiling machinery, etc. lie
did his chores, milked two cows, chop
ped wood nnd carried wnter, two
buckets nt ono time.
Tho arm still caused some pain and
was nppurently growing moro stiff
so last Sunday lie had It examined by
nu X-Ray machine when tho doctors
found that ono of tli,o bones bad been
broken off Just above tho wrist. He
now has It bandaged nud Is currying
It In u sling.
w. .i. omtMiv (juiTi: ii,i,.
W. J. flurney, tho Supt. of wnter
works, Is still In u very critical con
dition. It has now been nbout five
weeks since ho ran n fish bono In his
Jaw back of the wisdom tooth.causlug
an Infection which In turn bus caused
a series of nbressef;
During nil this time ho has not
beou able to cat anything, nud taking
only a little nourishment In n liquid
form. Also ho Is able to sleep but
nbout 20 minutes at u time all of
which Is telling quite severely on his
othorwlso strong sostltutlou.
Mine Your Heeds Hceordcd.
Mrs. Mnry Winn hud Mrs. llober
All red went to Provo, Monday, to get
tho title to Junius Dauk's homo
straightened out, In order to clear
his title Mrs, Winn will havo to be
appointed guardian of her wu child
ren so that sho can give u deed for
the property which her husband once
deeded but which deed was lost before
putting It on record,
I Moral lteoord your deeds soon ns
you get (hem.
- i ...
Surveying Canal j
. ThroughGedar Valley
100,000 Acres Mny Come Under I
A surveying pnrty of seven on-
glneers spent tho pnst week ' run- I
nlng n lino from tho Jordan Nnrrowa a
through the pnss back or thoj,cla
beds nud south or Cedar Point,
through tho norlb end or Cedar Valley I
and through tho Five Mllo Pnss. Into I
The proposed cnncl, as shown by
this preliminary survey tnkcH in
nearly all or tho north end or Cedar
Vnlley, pnsnes closo to Urlg,MulIlnor'8
furm down tlm west street ofCcdnr
Fort town nud Just In bolow the
shenrlng corral wcat or Fnlrlleld. Un
less a higher bend than this can be
nhtnlued tlio wnter would hnvo to be
taken through i tunnel from Cedar
Vnlley to Rush Vnlloy,. hut oven if
tills becomes necessary the engineers
say tho project Is u feasnblu one.
Tho engineers say Hint so fnr ns f
Utnh nnd Cedar Vnlley nro concerned j
tho project Ih entirely prnctlcnl and
ought not to cost tho lnud owners
inoro than from $60 to $75 per acre.
U it Is taken Into Cedar Vnlley ut tlm
lovel run by tho engineers last week,
It will cover approximately four
townships part of 5 South, all of C
South, ull or 7 South, all of 8 South
nud part or 9 South, ull in ran go two
West, also n fringe or seotloitB bonrd
Ing ou each side of this ntriug of
township which will tuako K total
ncrengo of 98,000 ncres.
Somo of tho host lnud In tho state
Is located In tho vnlley nnd If this
project In devoloped It will menu the
building of n now empire, probably
tho formation or n new country, for it
would place under Irrigation nearly
nu much more laud ns is now irrlgntcd
in Utah county. It would menu the
addition of from ten to fifteen mil
lions moro to tho stno's wealth, nud
probably 20,000 to Its population.
Tlioro nro yet u few moro Smoqt
homesteads that may bo obtained In
this vnlley that local residents should
take, nud get In on tlio ground floor,
for lnud Hint is now worth from
eight to ten dollars por aero will In
stantly Jump to $75 or $150 per ncre
, i 1 1 i i Q ii fl vnm m iii .
Returns From the Philipines
Archie Sbrrcnsou, sou of Mr. nud
Mrs. Soreu SorroiiBou, returned from
the Philipines, Monday, About ono
yenr ngo tho young man enlisted In
tho U. S. unvey nud ntter spending
several mouths lu tho training yards
lu San Francisco, ho was put ou reg
ular duty and scut to tlio Philipines.
Ho received several ndvnnccments
nud wiib making flno progress when
ho developed trouhlo with tho a robes
In his feet nud becamo what is known
ns flint footed. lie wns sent to the
hospital lu the Philipines for novoral
weeks nud Inter spent sometime lu
tho government hospital lu California.
Doing unable to get tho relief that
would bring him up to tho required
physical standard ho rcoolvcd nu
honorable dlschnrgo nud wns sent
home. Ho Is looking well nnd feel
ing flue, nud Is well satisfied In being
" M. I. A. Contest.
Tho Mutual Impiovcmont Assocln
tolus of the Alpine Stake nro de elop
ing considerable activity along ad
vanced lines Tho contests will in
clude orntorlcal efforts, retold stories,
boys and glrlH choruses, nud mlxtd
Practically till of the wards are
drilling along these IIiicb nud tho
contests between the various wards
In tho dual stake contcts promises to
bo quite Intense.
The winners In the stake contests
will represent tho Btnku in tho con
tests between ull the stnkos ut the
annual conferonco lu Juuu.
Will Undergo Operation nl SI, Murks.
James Schow, who has been work
ing In Dlnghum for the past year,
spent the holidays with his family in
Lehi. He went to the St. Marks hos
pital Monday whore bo will undergo
an operation to havo n cataract re
moved from his loft oyo. He Is totally
blind lu una eye canned by having
It cut with a piece of steel about
one year ngo.
Sues 1). A- It, O. far Loss of Wheat
Isaac W .Fox has brought suit
against the DoiiYor & It lo Oruudo
WoBtorn for $500.00 beunuso Inst Au
gust sparks from n pasilng encitio
set lire nt his grain staoks near Jor
dan river and destroyed Iheiii. lie also
1 HALF PRICE SALE
A PUE-INVBNTOHY CJIilfiAN UP SALE TO GET JlEAD
FOH STOCK TAKING
Vt arc selling out bur entire stock of FURS, SUJTS nnd. COATS AT
Nothing reserved. Everything must
go.. Skirts at one-third off.
We have almrgain 'ut of skirls at $1.00 n'nd $2.00 your choice "
E (,,.(. youVill fii..i values as high as $10.00 going at $1.00
., and S2.Q0. I
All Knit Underwear (except L. D. S. Garments) going I
at one-third olT Garments nt fifteen percent discount. I
' -, Men's and Boy's Suits, Overcoats and Underwear, en-
: the stock nt one-third off. I
Dishes, Chinnwarc and Glassware, nlso our entire stock
of Jnrdineres nt I
HALF PRICE ' I
I - AYCNite alM closing out n lot of Teas and Coffees nt n big discount.
TERMS CASH. I
toie Sale is Now On At : I
People's Co-Operative Institution I
Tho Busy Dopnrtmet Store on State Street I
LEH17 UTAH. l
asks additional plenlary damages bc
eauso tho company would not settlo
without having tho cubo takou into
Tho stacks of wheat represented
Mr- Fox's cntlro summer's work und
wero totally destroyed.
Resolutions of Respect
Whereas, It has pleasod our Heaen
ly Father to cnll homo our llclovcd
President, Sister 'Itobccca Standrlng,
We, hor Sisters and Co-lnborors of
tho Itollcf Soeioty of tho Alplno Stake,
deem it ti pleasure to show our love
nnd esteem for her jmBt services.
Whllo her death was not expected,
yet It cast a eIooiu over the whole
Sister Standrlng was not only very
much beloved by all the Slstors of
tho Relief Society, but by nil who bad
the plcnsuro of her acquaintance, Sho
will bo missed In tho homo, In tho
ward, mid In tho Stake. Her beam
ing countenance made ono feel bettor
oven to look upon hor; We, hor Sis
tors, loved and trusted her, sho nocd
ed no pnssport, wherover she went
hor manner and bearing Insured con
fidence and respect. Shu boro tho
stump of u Prophetesu and as' one
highly favored of God.
Whoroas, Sister Standrlng waB our
I'rosldcut for thirteen years and has
given un many good Instructions,
may wo protlt by her teachings nnd
good oxamplo that when our earthly
race Is ended, wo may bo found as
ready and yell prepared as she wns,
for whllo wo mourn hor loss, wo feel
assured that sho Is far happlor lu
tlio soeioty of her deny departed hus
band nud friends.
Do it resolved thai these resolutions
bo placed upon our record, nnd a copy
bo presented to the borenved ones, nnd
one also given to tho Kxponont for
Sho has gone to her rest,
Thon n loving good-bye;
For a tlmo, our fond Sister, Adieu,
We'll think of thy moinory
And our tears will be dry,
And we'll Joyfully hope,
To Join theo on high,
Our friendship nud Invo to renew.
ANMR C. UINDI.KV,
Mr. A. Ij. Toono, tho government
representative who Is looking nftor
tho enforcement of tho nine hour nnd
minimum wage law, Bpcnt 'Tuesday
In I.ohl. Hu mndo ono employer,
who was not paying his help tho
amount required by lnw, pay tho
young lady ?30 In buck pay. Mr.
Toono has collected in other parts
over 40,000 lu back salaries.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
225 South Main Streot Salt
Lake City. Clenn, quiet, com
fortnhlo and most centrally lo
cated. Rates 75c to $1.50.
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tine In this paper your ads arc read
by tho purchasing public.
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Standard of Purity 1 1 .
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Idaho Extra Fino Beet making swcelments. ( ! Ii
Sugar, you receive pure i i I1
sugar. yno can uso it for p 1 1'
- sweetening foodstuffs. j! I I1
Just tho juice of tho Tl ... .. l! S
mountain states' finest It will satisfy -you. ;j j,
sugar boots, clarified Buy a sack today, i I 1
and c'ryslahzod. Compare it with im- . I
v .ti , Ported sugar. j &
lou can uso Ulah- I 3
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State Bank of Lehi I
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
A Careful, Conservntivo Banking Busnioss Conducted
! Money to Loan on Good Security W
Interest Paid on Timo Deposits '
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