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.Jill' "" " AMERlCN.FOtlK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914. ' , , , ' jl -r
THAT CLeTk"T0WK PRIZE IS WORTH 810,000" TO lEjPl
I The Lehi Department j
H I i i i ' -
I Tomorrow The Day
I ' A Diij of Alutlu, Programs, Spurts,
H I llascboll and Wrestling To i!inl
With (Iriuid lUsploj of
jjB Tlio Fourth of July committee an
HS nuiincen (linl all Is In readiness for
Bj the big Fourth of July celebration to-
9H morrow, Our paper hns come out
W ouo day eurller than usunl, so. that
HKli wu cuu tell all ubout It. Tho pro-
HBj gram will be about us announced In
IBll our last IsBue. There will bu the
Hi ualutlug of cannon, raising of "Old
Hi Ulory," uoronudlng by the bauds mid
Mil the program In the TabernocJo In the
SH Tho program will take place
fflfl' promptly at 11 o'clock. 11 will not bu
Stf u long one, as tho day will bu hot.
M ! Tho program will bo full of patriot-
Mf j Ism, music, readings and soiitltncnts,
w Intended to entertain and Instruct.
W ' ) Tho greatest efforts of the comtnlt-
S ten will bo on tho sportH In tho after-'
J noon. Promptly at 2 o'clock they will
H t commonco. They will bo different
II ' from sports of other ycnrB and will
M Include sports for tho old and the
fl , young. Tho children's prizes will con
IB i Blst of ulcklcs and dlmoa Instead of
jfj i , tho old-time shop-worn merchandise.
Bj i The relay raco seems to have settled
down to a contest between tho mnr
BM rled and tho single men. Jack Price
I I will bo captain of one bunch, while
H Virgil Dorton will captain the othor.
w i Another interesting contest will bo
Hi ' tho relay rnco on horses, tho contes
H ' tants riding a distance, changing Bad
H dies nhd thou going on again, Thore
hH will also bo potato races, dressing
JBJ1 ' from oultcases, running to conference
YBn and back.
IHf I'ho old-tlmo contest of climbing tho
Uj greasy polo will bo resurrected and
W many other amusing contests of dcx-
MBK terlty und skill.
fiBjj Tll bK l"ll eatno at 4 o'clock be-
? tweon Lch I and American Fork will
9 be tho big drawing feature and pro-
Ml miscB to bo a most hotly contested
mm affair. Many will como from Amor-
Mfm lcan Fork t0 sco the Ramo. Only
Hf , , those who havo witnessed contests bo-
flHV , tweon those two teams really know
K - ,e( . what real basobull is.
Wk .", ,!, Tho committee, taking tholr cuo
M&V " . ., from tho wedding feast of scriptural
Vuu , . . fame, has saved tho host for tho last.
flntl j . ' After tho ball gamu will bo staged
IKf what the sports commtttco haB fea-
JN1A r turcd tho evont of tho day Ui wrcBt-
ftSLf liner match between Al Wilson and
5"v J Ed Strcot. It promises to bo tho best
I it thing of its kind over shown hero.
mm The mat and roped arena will bo
EN) J directly in front of tho grand stand.
Wvm l 4N ono wl" bo permitted to ho Insldo
Hpjl, I except tho re force and thoso who stand
HuK I l the ball groundB behind. While
Dfc I tho affair will bo free, thoso who have
8Pm) I paid admiBslon to tho ball gamo and
SKI i secured scats In theg rand Btand will
wii secured seats In tho grand stand will
EAjjl J bouts. Tho rcferoo for tho match has
Mjg I not yot bcon chosen, but if the prln-
wmm I clpals In tho affair cannot agree on
flW f ono tho selection will bo mado by
BE ( tho sporting editor of tho Lehl Unit-
kHiI i nor
MHl J Doth men have boon in training for
WHi j tho past ten days, and both declare
I themselves in tho pink of condition.
W I Several yagora . havo already been
Bjt mado ana'flie prdillotlon is being made
9Bj that betting will bo brisk at tho rlng-
lVl side. Nolthor sldo Is willing to risk
IB any odds, as thoBo best informed flay
ww .that chances for victory arc even.
US AVllsonMsnfio 'heavier of the two and
ul ' should bo ablo to put his man on the
UtSi mat, but Street Is nioro ngllo and Is
WfiM supposed to have better wind. In
w wrestling both strength and wind arc
Mil essential, The preliminary between
BJB Kid Nolson and Young Chrlstoffcrson
I promises to bo an Interesting Intro-
Bj ductlon. Tho commltteu says that the
JHj dress of tho men will not bo such as
; H to prevent tho presenco of ladles.
Mj The oommltteu announces a inng-
Bl nlMcent display of flroworks at night.
1 M This exhibition will bo on the Wln.T
B 'Park. Ucsldos this thore will bo a
BJj band concert In tho evening In tho
Mj bandstand, making a (lttlng cllmnx to
njj u glorious day.
1 i Civic War In Lolii
B Hcsulls of the FIr.st llnille Which Is
. Df HeliiK' Willed for n Clean
tJH j Tumi.
. HJ Hostilities havu now boguu In ear-
"il lu'8t between tho "Heds" and "Hlues "
B Captains Child and Yates havn dln-
i, IH solved and forgotten all friendly ro-
Of j lations for tho summer. Tho oppos-
H Ing forceB are well balanced and bat-
B ties with evenly divided honors wxv
H expected, but such has not been the
B result of this week's engagements.
B Tho niucs wore somowhat bottor dls-
B clpllned than the Iteds, and at the
Bl , opening battles havo won decisive vie-
I tories over tho latter. But the Ilcds
B ' possess natlvo ability in military tac-
B tics, which, when properly aroused,
. will surprlso the nation. Tho tables
'1 nro bound to bo turned, Watch next
urn i week's report.
' JD T1' fHuwIng Ib a list of thoso wtio
iW& received "Clean Town Muttons":
$.M WeBt Side. II. C. Holbrook. Jeff
, mi ' Davis, W. 8. Evuiib, Alfonfio WflcoV,
1 HI Audrow Jacobs, John Juc(ub, David
,fif Carson, William Goates, Miry Winn
wH.k and Junius Dauks. '
m East Side, 0. L. Yates, Jnmea Klrk-
i "fi ham, J. W. Wing, Ell Kendall, Jomeei
, i Fyffo, M. W. Iugalls, Fred AVorlton,
i I , Stanley Wiuu, Ann Crabb, Robert Dll-
MMMK . . i .
I chrlst, Leonard J'ctersonHugh Shuw,
John Miller, C. II. Peterson, Joseph
WanlnsB, William Dorton, George
Wobh, Joseph Glover and Kd Harri
son. Thi' oxecutho committee wishes to
explain that the highest possible
score that any Individual can obtain
is !)0 pur cent, as 10 points, according
to tho schedule, nra for public build
ings, parks, etc. This means that a
home can full In no more than 15
points and yet reach e a button. Own
ers of vacant lots may bo awarded
buttons when those lots are put Into
proper shape. Garbage will bo hauled
inwty free of charge from homes whoso
owners cannot well afford to hire It
done. A team will bo employed on
Friday of each week for this purpose.
.Send applications for such service to
WATCH THE 1JI0 MAP FOR.
DAILY UESUIr;S OF THE WAIt.
Garage and' Machine Shop
Thoroughl) .Modern Equipped (lurage
I and Machine Shop Built and
Operated by Cutler Bros.
Ouo of tho busy places In Lehl, and
which is making good, is tho Cutler
Gnrago on State street. T. R. Cutler,
Jr., Ib In charge, though ho Is assisted
on rush occasions by Ills brother Mar
lon. "Bob" alwayB seems busy, and
ho says that he has all ho can do.
Hardly u day passes but what there
Ib from one to a half doicu automo
biles thoro for lopuirs, besides motor
cycles, bicycles and machine work.
The garage Is prepared to llx al
most anything on an automobile and
do It llrst-class, Including vulcanizing
tho wonl-out tires. They huio u big
lathe, capable or handling anything
up to live feet six Inches, nnd a drill
press capable of boring holes from
tho size of a needle up to soveral
inchos In diameter, with anvils,
forges, brazing machines and other
appliances that go to make ono of tho
best machine shops south of Salt Lake
City, as far as it goes.
Tho machinery Ib oporated by an
electric motor, which nlso fills n big
tank witli compressed air for supply
ing air to lluttoncd automobllo tires.
Tho other day a boy turned tho air
Into his blcyclu tiro with unexpected
fatal rcBiilts. Tho boy turned on tho
full 160-pound prcssuro Intended only
for Btrong auto tires.
The garage, bealdoB doing all kluds
of repair work on automobiles, motor
cycles, bicycles, vulcanizing, remodol
ing rubber clothes wringers and car
rying all kinds of automobllo acces
sories, iiIbo la fully euulpprd to do all
klndB of general machine Jhop work.
Tho plnco Ib a credit to tho town,
To Saratoga Springs
'( Cumpuny Being Organized To
Tuke Out Itesort Knd of
Tho now owners of Saratoga Springs
nro doing things this season. They
have already spent $1,200 In now Im
provements and will spend eight or
ten hundred dollars more. A separ
ate corporation Is being formed to
take over and handlo thu resort end
of the proposition. Tho directors will
bo elected and the article tiled this
II. C. Corner this week struck a llow
of good cold artesian water on tho
Island in the mouth of Jordan river.
Tho state chemist has made an au
nlj'Bla of the water and found It to be
absolutely pure. Another will bo dri
ven and the two will How into a sub
merged tank from where they will bo
pumped Into an elevated tnnk sixty
leet high which will glvo umplo prcs
suro for tho water system which will
be Installed later.
Eight gasoijno launches have been
socured to ply on tho lake with Sara
toga Springs ns the base of opera
atloiiB, The plot- will bo remodled so
bb to permit of tho landing from the
big launch recently christened Heanon
nnd owned by Billy Wilson of
Geneva, who haa chargo of tho boots.
A numbor of excursion portleB hnvc
already been arranged for during tho
summer. Ono of tho big ones will be
tho Klcth-O'BrloiiB outing on July 15,
when over 200 hundred clerks with
their wIos will come to Saratoga. Tho
method of conveying them over will
bo the big problem. It Is probable
that the ladies will bo taken over In
hacks and automobiles while tho men
will be taken on hay racks. There
will probubly bo a ball gamo between
tho KIcth-O'Brlens and tho Lehl ball
Blue Flame Perfection Oil Stoves
aro Just thu thing for July and Aug
ust. Call and lot us show you. Peo-
plo B Co-op. j.jf
i.vmtrmi.ix builds situ '
TO Xi:w IlKl'OT S1TL
Wednesday morning thirty Interur- '
ban employees laid tho switch from '
the company's lino onto tho lot whore !
tho now dopot will bo built. The '
Bwitch connection Is In front of Mrs
Mtiry WIilh'8 homo and outers tho' In- '
t?lrt)l!',!JLI(?t "t"t,ll, "drtliwest comer i
'TwottnrloadB of gravel have n
unloaded at the northeast comer nf '
(ho'Wbclc, vhoro the station will be '
6r??lcW A.0,,v1 work w"l commence
oif the Stutton next week. . !
I Funeral Services
For Robert Ball
Funeral scrvlcca over tho remains
of Robert Ball wcro held In tho Taber
nacle Sunday afternoon. Wnrd ser
vices wcro suspended In nil of tho
wards and the building was crowded
to Its capacity with sympathyzlng
friends, many of whom enmo from
Salt Lake City and otitsido towns to'
pay their respects nnd show their
love.. Seldom has thcro been seen
locally such a display of floral tri
butes. Tho Fire Department of which
he wus assistant chclf, the 08th Quor
ium of Soventlcs of which he was
Junior President, the Alplno Stake
Sunday School Board of which ho was
a member and the Lehl sugar factory,
where he had acted as head chemist
for tho past flvo years, each Bent
beautiful and expensive designs. Be
sides theso thoro wcro a number of
largo pieces and soveral baskets full
of sprays and boqucts of flowers.
BIbIiop Andrew FJeld presided. Geo.
A. Smith delivered the opening pray
or mid Ell J. Clayson the benediction.
Tho other speakers wero: William
lug, Bishop James H. Gardner, Bis
hop T. It. Cutlor, Edward Southwlck
and President A. J. Evuiib. Tho com
bined choirs of tho First and Second
wards, under the leadership of Arthur
Livingstone, with solos by Miss Hazel
Holmstead, Mrs. Morgan Lott and
John Y. Smith and a duet by Miss
Hazen GoutuM and Arthur Livingstone
supplied thu musical numbers.
John Cooper, chief of tho Lehl Firo
Department, read the following:
Resolution of Respect to Itobcrt Ball
uy Lehl Fire Department
Whereas, An allwlse God has icon
lit to take from our midst Robert Ball,
a beloved member of the Lehl Flro
ue It Thereforo Resolved, That we,
fully realizing their great sorrow nnd
bereavement, tender to his wlfo and
family our heartfelt sympathy In this
the hour of their nlllctlon, and beg of
them to look forward with tho fullest
faith and confidence In tho will of Him
who dooth nil things well, to that glor
ious tlmo whon they shall meet In
that homo where parting will bo no
Bo It Furtlmr Resolved. That a copy
bo Bent to his wlfo and mother and a
copy to the Lehl Banner and a copy
bo put upon tho minutes of tho De-pnrtmout.
THE LEHI FIRE DEPARTMENT.
By G. 8. Peterson, LeRoy Davis, Mel
vln Beck, committee.
Edward Southwlck, in behalf of the
USth Quorlum of Soventlcs and tho Al.
plno Stako Sunday School, read the
following rosolutlons, adopted by the
two organizations conjointly
ItcMoliitlons of Respect nnd Honor to
Whoreas, Tho kind providence of
our Heavenly Father, in His Inflnnto
wisdom has seen fit to remove from
us one of our worthy and esteemed
follow laborers, Elder Robert Ball and,
whereas, tho long and Intlmato rela
tion nnd association held with him In
tho elllclent nnd faithful dlsclmrgo of
his duties as a member, and president
of the Sixty-Eighth Quorum of Sovcn
ty, and a mombcr.of the Alplno Stake
bundny School Board makes It emin
ently holllttlng that we record our an
pi relation of him; theretofore,
Resolved, That tho wisdom, ability
nnd Iovo which ho exercised In our
organlzotloiiB for the advancement of
ruth and tho dlsmonltlon of know
ledge by service, contributions, and
wlso council will bo hold In greatfu
Resolved, That the sudden removal
of such a man leaves n vncoi.ev and
Bocts a shadow of gloom and sor-ow
which will bo keenly felt by the on
cers, members, and nil friends of their
organizations and prove n severe loan
to the community and public,
Resolved, That wo hereby express
our sympathy for his faithful and do
voted wife, children, mother and loin
tlvoB, and unitedly besonch lini X,
do'eth all things' well, ,o I " ,
wound and supply the needed cjnsol".
i..i,fc,i0d' ?'hnl.n co"y of l,,eo r.'o
utlons bo placed upon the r-rords of
the Slxty-Klghth Quorum i.f " ?
and of tho Alpine Stake Sunday
School Board, nlso that a copy ,.,"
glossed and transmitted to he f, .
II) of tho deceased us a tokm of our
coniin ttce. ' ,K01''
iiA'm"" il'Sko i3mln School l'oaid
y Edward Southwlck, Jam-i mm?.
ham. committee. rK
A letter from Presld. tils Joser li r
W. Penrose, expresHt, weir To,
labratory for the past ten y ,r ,1 8,
rr.er,,.Rarensj' ??r. rv
dmith 'bo.;, tn rv,;.f.s,i,,,e111,aim;m ''
"" "'oSalt Lake is Le ,", '. 'J,0
lowing spring For m 'J, fo1
made their home In Mr X, r
wb called to preside o 411. m h
Quorum and labor as oar er ) ,J7h8
uB Men's M. I. A "i" liVJ?
nioTfd with his ulfts nnd 'nnilly to
1 ehl and became n trusted cmployeo
of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. up to
the time of his death, holding tho po
sition of chief chemist of the Lull
factory for the last flvo ycnrB.
Brother Robert Balf was ono of
Lohl's promlnont citizens; being held
In high esteem by tho young people
In tholr social festivities. Ho nlwo
took great Interest In the local flro
department, being an nctlu member
for over ten yenrs. Ho wan u prom
inent membor of tho Lehl Conimerclnl
club. April 20, 11)10, ho waH selected
und set apart ns a Sunday School
Board member of tho Alplno Stako of
Klonandliasbcenonoof the most ict
lve nd energetic workers, ivet ready
to respond to every call math vpon
him by thoso placed to piesido'ovor
him. lie also lnbored as u ward teach
er for several years and nu instructor
In the Teachers' Quorum.
Brother Robert wub billed to
take a mission to tho Northern rtntcs
und expected to leave next Tuesday,
June 30th, Last Sunday night he com
plained of a bilious attack to wnlch
he was subject. Ho went io work
Monday morning but returned homo
about 10 a. m. Tho family physician
was summoned and suggested that It
might be a case of appendicitis, 'tho
following day ho was taken to tho L.
D. S. Hospital in an automobile where
an apparnutly successful operation
was preformed, but Inter serious
symptoms dovelopcd which resulted in
his death at 10 p. in. Thursday, June
25, 1914. Brother Bnll Ib proceeded
to the great beyond by his father,
three brothers, two Bisters and a little
son. Ho leaves a young wife, two
daughters and a little son two yenra
old; lhs mother, two brothers and a
large circle of relatives anil friends to
mourn his loss. His death has cast a
pall of gloom upon the wholo com
munity. Ho was an affectionate hus
band, a devoted father and was loved
by all who know him.
He died as ho has lived, u faithful
n.id exemplary Latter Day Saint, In
full hope of the glorious resurrection.
Brother Bnll was 37 years, 8 months
nnd 1 day old.
Memebrs of. the Flro Department
nctcd as pall bcnrcrB and as ushers In
seating tho Tabernacle.
Among thoso who enmo from Salt
Lako City woro: T. R. Cutler, Geo.
Austin, Geo. A. Smith, John Y. Smith.
Visitors from other placers wcro:
Robert L. Howard, Emanuel Olson
EllBhn Brown nnd W. II. Cutler from
l'ayson and many from American
Cedar Valley and
' Turkeyjed Wheat
I'hcitji Liiiiils Milking Unprecedented
llcmy Yields of Superior
Cedar Valloy will this year produce
a hundred per cent mere wheat than
ever beforo In Rh history. From nil
parts of the valley routes reports of
bumpor crops. In como Instances tho
dry farm wheat will yield heavier than
tho Irrigated. Dr. Holhrook him ono
flold which will go upwards of forty
bushels. Bono Brothers and JaincB II.
Clnrko huvo Jidda which will come
doao to Dr. Holbrook'B. Il, Y. Milliner
and Arthur HnwkliiB havo some mng
nlllclcnt stands nnd Peter Adnmson
hns n forty nero tract that looks like
It bed been Irrigated. Dovey nnd sons
have mi Immense acreage and llyrum
Smith will get u gcod yield.
In tho central part of thu valley the
rubbltB have eater, those who did not
fence. David nnd William Thomnu.
southwost of Fairfield, have n ICO acre
truct enclosed In it rabbit tight fonoj
which will ylold nbout thirty bushels
per ucro. It lo on ground that was
planted to barley last years. MosnrB
Rlskl nnd others nt the Btnto well
havo Bovoral hundred acres on tho
Howo land and will got a good har
vest of both ryo and wheat.
la tho south end William Barney
has rye high us one's head nnd Koford
whoat that will thrash forty bushelB
per ucro. There Is also some pretty
good stands of rye down tho east side
though tho rabbltB hnvo mado some In
roudB on It.
This sldo of tho divide, Bishop Gurd
tier. Dr. Ho brook. John Boverldgo.tho
Allreds, Bishops stoker, Issue II
AdamBon and H. E. Osterloh have
somo prospectively ImmoiiBo yields
'ibhop Gnrduor will thrash probahli
between 5,000 and fi.000 bushels ,f
Turkoy Red wheat. WeBt of Saratoga
Roy Lott hns a 30 bushel per acre
inud0.". h,'8 Hmoot mestcud d
Kll Dntchplor will thrash ciioukI
whent to last his family with n0iii
for ton years,
Tho Mondonhall Brothors und others
this Bldn of Po.iean Point will have the
best yield Hi their hlstoij TX,i all
togethor the ylold or dry grain ti
vicinity of Lehl will bo from 200 to 3uo
per cent grenter than over hefoie
Tito Turkey Red wheat grow,, on
flu. ItuidH above referred to is superloi
o any other wheal grown In any other
Georgo A. Robinson, our local ,ii.
lor, hua been using It rot the past
soveral yoara In making Turkey R,"t
lour ami has built up ,op,a(,0
for muklng superior Hour that no olhei
miller can touch. By .euson of this
he is grudunlly Hecurlng t,t. ,ig, Rra ,'
baker's trndo of Salt I ako City and k
tli. ablo to pay ,, little higher prices
or loeal Turkey Red wheat than ,,
be paid ror any other wheat or ror
any other kind nf wheat grown In
local Turkev Red Iuih morn gluten the
dcslrablo bread muklng ciuallty, than
Siny other kuown variety of wheut
Maijw Kjfo" Tuc8t
A Matter of $$ and (gfe Mr
The more sense one' uses in buy- fci"
ing LUMBER the more dol- M-
lars he will have for jRff""
Something else. fli!1?
' Not start I Irk, but t rue. JJjJ
How about you, sir ncckr"'1
' janii'H I''
DID YOU KNOW THAT THIS BIG LUMBER SHED u you
OF OURS HOUSES ONE OF THE BEST aic'
STOCKS OF LUMHER AND BUILD- f,ch
ING MATERIAL IN THIS
"" "" """ i m terry
If there's any doubt about il, then logically, it is I don
up to, you lo como and see. !
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FiStimatcs Primptly Ijule. ' imvcb
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People's. Co-op Inst. i
The Busy Department Store on State Street that i
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Sariitogu Springs the Itesort Auto Parties und CommprH.l Si
lleuiitlful on rtiih l.nke. Kffl. Trillll! ,.,,,' !.omcrfl" '
dent Auto Service to l rutin n Sicrlnll. rro Tar l-
Al! INilnls. n,,,,s 'tn Tniliis. ' the
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and Utah Lake Irrigation Co. I
as much IL T lm 2 rovo Cftnyn last year carried I
area. naa,l,onnl water moiM doubling our miltlvatrd J