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mmmWmmJ ; AMBIUCAS' FOHK CITIZEN HATITWAV. OCTOHEn 3, 1914. ,. I
HI The Lehi Department J
B I Interurban Claims
HH J Another Victim
B tin' on u Intcrurlmi.
B which tliii physlclani
M oil the Ho
BB "' lo
H "II tile
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B In some
999 lllll(' to (lie HIUII In tlio
HH his on the
99W IiIh to lie
BH i,it' ,"11''
B a distance
H hIiIi from
B doctor una secured. When
B been mi
B Inntlon tin-re little
IH hope Ills
B lih however, on the and rush-
M to the Judge-Mercy In Halt
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BBBBB ' fyl!p$ done to
LLLLLLLf llrJ? ,l08 rat,l(-r A(I),I1'1 Hunger,
WWM IftUl was Just leaving Suit Lake City
BBBBf '$ ,l W"K" ""' accident happened,
BBBBB fly. . home about 0 o'clock,
BBBBK f he learned for the time of
BB ,J,V iii i ii ii-
B lffii "gor, their daughter, MrH. Clifton
HL nll. ii M tl MrH. Clll took the 7:10
BBBBBfljfi ft! 1 1 r"r 'Slllt ' '"'"' (lly'
BBBB flH'l '''"' t1'"'(,rtul!l'r young man was
BSSSSff sififfin twenty yehrs of age last April,
HBSSS !tJ because of his helghth, 0 feet 2 Inches,
BBBB raft'? "",l ''lfl wlr""K tjulld, he looked older.
BSSSSl '?lWi- "( waB " nr,Rat' studious, Industrl-
BVSSSf dHl$ oua ,""1' o"'("(s"' uy "u iH'vt;r ki
eBBB? 'fvfjrl' '"'" 'olln'L lllul lllul a Krent .iinbl-
nBBB' J&f lion' to. become an electrician or a
EBBBTi'vS .""'' machinist. He hud spent two yearn
KBSSP Fflw '" ,"Rn 8cM,)0' ",l(1 owllwl n cnB0 ftN-
yB f ' 1$ ed with books on electricity with
BBBB fijli; which ho becainc thoroughly familiar.
wBBB l3&) He has boon working nil summer on
IBBBa tiC'iii l,"! lll,,'rllrl111" road, erecting poles,
BBBf Wty9 h lug truck and on the section, Ills
BBBl iH ambition was to becomo u motorman,
BBBI -uf !llul ll waB wt1' "ll9 l(le" '" 'n'"'1,
BBBl iKB ''"ll '"' 1"-'c('ll(,,,l ' tho position aa
BBBI lUff bieukiiuiii ii few days ago. He In-
BBB: f 'Sfflf tended placing his application for the
BBB 71 position of iiiotorinau with the maun.
BBH is'lll? KLr r tl;l r'""' '" ll ft'w ('ay8 Ab
BBB 'Iwh proof of his ability for the position,
BBV twfffl '""' r l,l "H" lolll,,Jtl t0 tllu flK'1
BBV' Jvi "ult " f('w llllH lK H01,ll',lll,K K"t
BBB' sJjl l'"! tuattlr w,tu "lu '""tor and It was
BBV 4ilm K Hunger who was able to tlx
?jEy Mr. and Mrs. Hunger declared that
fflfij they both had a premonition of the
mt Impending danger nud had expressed
MS r-t Wj It to their boy the day before the ac-
B ; p cldent, but he laughed It off mid went
BBB fjlf to work.
B ij'' As In the case of the other two ac-
BBM fi cldeuts the past two weeks, the In-
B J- j,)i terurlmn can lu no way be held re-
BB V;( spoiiHlblc In this one Leslie llale-
H ,i" iniiu, sitting lu the side door of the
H ' ifA car, saw the young mini as he turned
BBf i &m n summersault lu the air, Austin
B '' iY l'lillllps saw the door still remain
BB )10" '""' ('ul'1011 "ll1'1' w,-'nt with him
BB .' ,.j to the hospital A (lo.en other Ixdit
bo)H were in the car and helped to
I pick him up, and nil are uiiltul In
exonerating tin" i.illioml lompanv
1 1 om nn blame; and all are i.iiiull
llliable to tell how the llflldelll iiiiii
, to happin Within tw.-iil-lhe yanls
of whete be Tell tlleie Is .1 trolly pole
If he was le.nilng out backwards It
is possible for him to hue struck this
pole With the 'ilde of his lieinl where
I the Injuiy Is, looking back at the tiall-
Ing cats he would not have seen the
pole Howowr, tl Is no mail: on
the pole Indicating his haing hit It
Wheie be fell (here l a ten fool
earth till, near the bottom of which
I he was found on bis knees with his
I head lu the earth, when picked up
! Interurban Agent
Occupies New Home
Tin- I flil stnilon for (he Interurban
I was completed Wednesday, and Miss
Husbiuau, the local agent, moved Into
It Thursday. The old station was
leaded onto u Hat car and taken to
1(1 vet toil, where It will be made to
do duty as a Htatlon till a more sub
stantlal one Is erected.
The l.ehl station Is a duplicate of
the one at Pleasant (Srovu and Is one
of the best on the line. It consists of
an olllce, back or which Is a living
loom for the ngenl's family, and con
nected with this Is a kitchen and bed
room Attached to these are a bath
loom, a pautty iind clothes closet
On Hie west of the ticket olllce Is the
freight room and on the corner east
Is a commodious waiting room. There
are also two porches mill a freight
platform Attached to the waiting
room are a gents' and a ladles' toilet.
The building Is IKed up with city
water anil electrically lighted.
It Is teported (hat Arthur .1. Klrk
ham will he the new. station agent.
Air. Klrkham Is now lu the general
road master's olllce.
IIIM'.T IHtKil.VC STiHTKII
Tim farmers were untitled by the
sugar company to atop digging beets
Wednesday, Tlio fannors pilled tho
beets In so fast that there was danger
of the big lilies becoming overheated.
In another week tho surplus will have
been reduced and next Wednesday tho
beet digging will bo resumed. ,
w lit timi:k! iiaki) timi'.si
They have come again. Join us lu
a Hard Time Dance Opening night
of Voting Men's Mutual. Second wnrd
Mutual girls will entertain at u Hard
Time Diinco on Tuesday evening, Octo
ber HI, Hill, In the Second Ward As
sembly rooms, at 7:110 o'clock Kvery
body Invited. Ladles 10c, gentlemen
iiamv mitmoits mi:i:t
The board of directors of tho State
Hank of l.ehl held a meeting Monday
and declared its usual umirtcily divi
dend of two per cent. The alfalrs of
the bank were gone over carefully
and were found to be In a sound and
prosperous condition. Ilesldes de
claring the usual two per cent divi
dend, which amounts to eight per
cent per annum, the bank is gradu
ally adding to Its surplus right along
It Is one of the sound llnauclal Insti
tutions of the state.
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All wool Suits for lio $r00 t Peo
ple's Co-op U-lt
H i ' .xttn:-
BH " fl When you invest it in the quality dia-
BP monds that we carry These ems arc the
Ulj m.osl suitable gifts rings, brooches, scarf-
Hjy pins, bracelets, pendants, etc. Ctuaianteed
Bjl by experts.
I Mr, and Mrs. Knudson
I Return From Europe
Spend 1'iiiir .Months Uiitliriiug Heiu
olng ami TnurliiK the I.uml of the
Mr and Mrs Chilstlan Knudson ro.
turned Sunday evening from their
lltuopenii ti Ip after an absence or
four mouths, ami having enjoyed It
cery moment or the time. They left
l.ehl April 8th, and took u boat nt St.
Johns, l' (Hindu. Nine ilys later they
landed In Liverpool, fiom which point
they crossed by rail to the North Sou,
where they again took u boat for
DDiiinat k, ardvlng in (lino for con
ference After a visit for four'tluys
Willi elders from all parts of the
SeaiidliinNlan Mission they went (o
one of the Islands constituting the
nnithern part of Denmaik, where
I hey enjoyed a good visit with sev
eral of Mrs Knudson's mints and
cousins whom she had never seen.
Leaving iJenninrk they urrlvcd lu
Christiana lu time to witness tho big
Jubilee celebration, May 17-19, of Nor
way's adoption or her constitution
People had come from all over the
world to witness tho three dny's Ju
bilee. In one of the parades there
wore over 100,000 people. All tho dif
ferent nations formed different parts
or the parade. In tho United States
division there were 4,000 Amoriciurs
all carrying Americun flags. To na
tional fair (it the same was nlso a
At GJovik wero n number of Mr,
Knudson's relatives, and tho country
district of Itingsagcr, near by the
woods wero roll of them. Horo Mr.
Knudson slept In tho house whre lie
was born,' and after enjoying a long
visit, they returned to Christiana In
tlmo Tor conferenco there.
Thoy then wont to Trondhjem
where tho church has the northern
most conference In the world, arriv
ing In time for conference here
Three days and one night lauded
then In Narvik, tho northern most
rail road town in tho world, and a
place from which much oro nnd bill
Hon Is shipped. 175 miles on a tout
took them to Trornso, and ISO miles
more lauded them at Hainmrrfcrf, the
northern most city in tho woild Two
days wero spent sailing in and out
of the fjords around North Cape For
flvo days after leaving Xarvlck tho
sun did not set, but described a cir
cle In the heavens, touching closo to
tho southern liorieii at midnight. The
Fourth or July was spent In this pic
turesque land of the midnight sun,
where the people live by fishing and
where tlu birds are so thick that
they literally darken the sun Dur
ing this part of the trip, for four
weeks, there was no darkness nt all.
Coming back the trip wus mndo by
boat all the way down the roast to
Ilergon, where they attended confer
ence and where he met Ids only cou
sin who Is in the church Prom lrero
the train was taken again to GJovik,
having made n llgure eight In their
trnvels Much time wnB spout hero
and In ChrlRtinna Jn searching for
gencology, In which ipiest ho wns
surrosnrtil. lie also left a innii search,
lug the records and will probably got
the names of several hundred ances
tors running back for centuries.
Ilcfore returning home thoy again
visited Mrs. Knudson's relatives In
Denmatk. and (lieu Bulled on Aui;ust
Wth. roe l.lveipool, arriving there
September 1st During this tlmo they
were held up live times by war ships,
and had to give an account of who
September lth found them on the
water sailing for meica, nnd ten
dajs later they lauded In Montreal,
Canada A week was spent viBltlng
Mr V. W Frank's n Knives In Illinois,
((id on Mr KnudRon's birthday he
slept lu Carthage Jail, whoro tho pro
phet was slain Several dayB wero
spent in Nauvoo and Independence,
mil last Sundii) night found them
n.irely back again In l.ehl.
While In Norway, Mr. nnd Mrs
Knudson visited with virgll FJeld,
who they say Is doing a good work
nid enjoying his labors
To Spend $16,000
Tin Mountain Smtes Telephone &
T. legraph conipan commenced re
hiillillns their b)Ktei ,i i,hl this
e.k There will be almost twenty
men employed rill near tho end or
' jear lu making tho changes
Four car loads of polos, about lo
'" long, arrived this week. The
lll be painted a dark green, similar
' 'hose of the old Independent com
l "'v lint few of the old polos will
ij. uaid m the new construction
Them"1" trllllk Illlu wl" bu II,0MB I
Main Stieet and will feed tho cables I
which will in" '"""1 u,ld Btmlh on I
First '- ,,st 1'"l,t il,,(1 p:icl1 ultc'r" I
nate norili i'"'1 8",lth 8tr,'ut '" thol
Clty Till wl" l',lVu u" l,, ''uRt uni1 I
wostS( is and one-hair or tho north I
and doii'li streets free from telephone I
poles. ',llL' sl,,''t8 ,M wl'lc'1 ,l I10'-'3 I
sin- lucid d will be taken care of by I
Interloi block woik, one or two poles
being rim Into the middle or the block,
rrom which twisted cords will be run
to the subscribers
The new method or dlsti Uniting tind
Hie mine extensive use or cables will
kiatl Improve the local service and
will be built Willi, tlio Idea of tuklng
cure of additional subscribers for the
next twenty years.
Tin material to be used and tho
cost of Installing It will represent an
cxjeiiihtute of approximately $10,000.
Mr. I' T. Coyer Is the construction
engineer and Mr 11 Olsh Is the foro
,rji) in charge. They say that when
t l,o l.ehl system has been recon
struct! d, It will be second to none
Four Peculiar Accidents
BNIrop I.eivN' Scalp Cut Open Willi
riniil., James V. Clark Loses Two
Tecs, Ole Larson Cuts Throat With
Clothes Line mid Utile Hoy Loses
I'liiu'cr In rump ('Hinder.
Last Saturday, James W. Clnrk lost
(wo or his toes nt tho sugar factory.
He was turning a valve when It broke i
and falling a distance of five or sl
fiei smashed the two larger toes or
one of his feet. Tho men put his root
in a bucket of deluted carbolic acid
and sent for n doctor who came and
amputated the lujutcd toes. He is
now on crutches and will not be at
wotk for ten days.
Ole Larson met with a peculiar and
painful accident Sunday evening. Just
after dark ho was running and came
In contact with an unseen clothes
Hue, which caught him "under the
chin in such a manner as to sever the
skin almost from ear to ear. Neither
tlio Juglar vein or the wind pipe wero
S PECI AL
I Nurses In I
1 Charge. I
I J2L The Fittest of 1;
T Fall Fashions
I xJIVnv 'lQ ttttt clothes for W
I ilwW 0UI' customers are tlio.se S A
I IlJ a, t! that lit. their tastes, their S
H C litfiires and thier position H ...
wMr,r& m life. We've obtained H ,,
llliv DKl all-round lit in our line of S ,
VkKV FK$) clothes at an all-round lit-
Va vVs4 Our Fall Suitiiijrs i. I ttp'
A J cliule last-moment modles H ,ir,
'. i. -s. cut on narrow-shouldered S ciWn
V " English linos, soft fronts, 4oaor ,
' r others with permanent B hy
' ii 'rons single breatsed, S
i -A some two and some three B vtoi
WW - buttoned. JM Wier i
T-. ii rs fl ''V.fOai
Wllr Everything m Overcoats, tmqm
T i A, Maekiiinws and Sweaters. B fon.
1 , ',' All in all, a collection of samn..
I' I r; clothes that will please ud u
h j 1 A CALL AND SEE US- I mt
J3& ti People's Co-op f:
JT!u9. 0P Inst. I?'a(e- "
The Busy Store on State Street 'r. m Vrg
LEHI, UTAH. M$??
U All the i.
severed, but tho wound will prob
ably be thero for n long time.
John McKlnney came over from
Fairfield Mondny with the little boy
of his sister, Mrs, Kthcl Angus, who
had his finger cut oh by a plnyrnnto.
The lads wero pluylng with n pump.
Tho Angus boy put his linger In u
hole while the other boy dropped the
piston, severing tho finger off com
pletely. Tuesdny morning while workmen
were removing n scaffold nt the Hoyal
Theatre, one of the plunk foil nnd
struck Dlshop Henry Lewis In tho top
of tho head, Inflicting a severo scalp
wound and partially stunning him.
lie Vns rushed to tho hospital where
several stitches were taken nnd the
wound dressed. Latest reports arc
that the Hlshop Ib progressing al
right, though tho shock was a rather
la ore one.
1VII.S0X CM'H MKKTS
At the Wilson club meeting Monday
evenpng, James A, Lnugton of Idaho,
gave an address on Democratic poll-
r H m ""est ,
tlcB, particularly touching on the tar- H lotiu'a
Iff Issue, to ii good sized audience In H i. Jolti g 7
die Grammar school building The lU trlghu.llv
next meeting will bo Monday night. B'li ate , ' f
Mlto.i, .. "lUci
This la tho best time for painting. Mti doctors "'
Get your pulnt nnd oils at I'eople'i BlAe j(.i U'or
Co-op. 3-lt Mttttrta. "e
u- . B
CeorKe Austin Hcnnerlin? Bctj T7
to. . .' ''
Georgo Austin has sulllcktitly rem- cinfj ' "'
ered rrom injuries received July 2 B'8.v0. c,, 3
nt tthe Garland factory, to leave ''j,'0 l0 or ' "'
bed, but it will be ten days before heB"- retur;jf '
cuu go out, and then lie must useW,,f'"e8 nt g.,i '"
crutches for three mouths. H&. n ' '
,, m-'hll Uttp
I'coplc'H Co-op. are ngenti fa7 'hen,. L' ' '
Coles Hot IJlaBt Hentejs nnd RangeiJ anj m h
Tho kind you will eventually buy. W c-op. s are
Conference Excursions L?"er JbsrT:
One alnglo fare for round trip ' Hepfc, nild ,8oc,fi
Salt Luko and return, account m." "-Vetv c,n, "Vc
fererrco nrrd State Fair Sale iimsl'tvin "Ses In
October 1st to 10, final limit 0ctot '
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ortf ,. u"' .Vr. gln
Siirnlouu SprliiKi, the Itusort Auto I'urtles mid Comm, "' oncksmfi,
lleuiitlful on Utah Lake. Effi. Trade n Succlallr. Freef '" "ie d. & '
den t Auto Sen Ice to M ts in Trainj. rfcr , ' "
ill Piilntu Jlll'IS . !"" fj "' Of or ,
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Automobile, Motorcycle aen,ft5iOs!k' """ oirtB. " I
Bicycle Accessories. Gasoline anoMjatp,, - oij u.orU
CUTLER GARAGE lg:;;;;; . Ji ;,
1 State Street W' Wn" S,'l
1 LEHI, UTAH BKi!oi7
I Phone 12-2 RinRS. Adjoining Mt Jj, , rtl '
I A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOPj 1AZ i7 V"
I Wo Specialize in Repairing Pamtinff and 0 WCSlI Un'
1 Automobiles During the Winter M'ig Zt't '" I
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