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fi! , II.,- f r -', - ""AY- NOVBMBBH 7, 1014. -
I The Trey 0" Heart?, fittest PhotoplayBT N,vt Wed, and Ihnrs. Lem opera Mouse
I' TheLehi Department
I Republicans Win I
I By Big Majorities
B l.chl Itolls I'll Ills Ulo lor (i. 0. I'.
H' Candidates Progressing do Hack
B t lo 'I heir Oli! Line Oi-tn.U of (ll.v
' ' The election In I.ohl laBt Tuesday
H resulted In a majority for every man
B on tin.' Republican ticket, excepting
H In the t'lix' (if Munry Insist, who se-
B ainL.,l n iiiujoi Iiy of "i! over Minion
H Cllngor, 1 In Republican opponent.
B' ' Hlshop Gardner for county comiuls-
H I alouor seemed the largest vote on the
H I Imllut, his innjorlty ovor llulah being
H :ill. Win. Wing was a popular eun-
H cllilatc, anil iilthougli his vote wits lutu
H than Mr. tlanlucr, IiIh iimjorlly oor
H Ik't-k wiib H17. Solictor Sinoot's ma-
H ' jorlty was 1S5, K. O. Loatherwood's
H wiih Hit, McCarty'B was l'JS, mid
H Moihoson's wiib 171. The average
H Republican uiajoilty wiih 102.
m 'I'hore wore two surprises, the small
H. number or Progressive ballots being
H , loss than 2G, and the large, ntim-
H her of SociallHtt) being an nvorugo ot
H over JtO. The query arises, what has
H become of Ihn L':tr Progressives ot
H i two yours ni;o. Doth of the Ropubll-
H; j enn precinct candidates wore elected
B . ' The Brunt uuinlior of scratches duluy-
B ed the filial count till about It o'clock
H; yH Wednesday morning.
' ., ' Hvory district In the city went Ho.
H publlcun on the congressmen, which
B , menus that all four registration of-
B llcers will bo. Ilepubllciiu.
H ' A detailed veto of thu county will
F bo found on another pngo. Thu de-
H tall or the I.ohl votes follow. The
H: It' ' Judges did not keep n separate count
fu ,1 or the Progressive votes, but thoy re-
Hjrjl ported thnt It would probnbly reach
Wl'j bollt " ,0 -r' 1,s ""' four wan,a-
HiSJjJ The cnndldnton being the same as
Hf ; those on thu Democratic ticket they
BUm ' nrc Klvon to",,iiuM-' 'rs iiat H r"
Hfv llclal and went totaled with mi adding
BfT'ri Vor L,llt0(1 SUitos Senator, Jnmos
B, ,$' H. Moylo (I)) SIC, ltood Sinoot (It)
Hfc& T.CU, J. F. Parson's (S) 1!S.
cjij'yf For Representatives In Congress,
H Jnmos II. Mays (I)). 3GG, 10. O. Loath-
HfU: erwood (It) r.C0, A. H. Kempton (S)
HjTS;' For Justice or the Supremo Court,
Bl"' rnu,U " Stuplions (I)) 303, V. M
V McCnrty (It) GC1, Frank U. Scott (S)
B,JM j 1'or StIit- of I'uhllc IiiHtructlnn, Or
Bfl Fphralm (1. CnwaiiH (l 37S, A. C
Hm ; Mathoson (H) H31. Olivia McHutOi (S)
BjMl For State Senators, II. T. Iloyuolds
H ' (D) 37G, Caleb Tanner (D) 30K, Henry
Hk1 (larduer (It) nti'i, John II, Woottou
Rfg ' (It) tM, .los. Hrliuhall (S) 30, A
JKj HouKlnss (S) 33.
Ev For Stato Ilepresoutatlves, Itlchard
06 I). Wadloy (1 3.10, W. I.. Oponsliaw
Ptpl () 'J.r.r,, C. M. Dock (l 2'J3, Robert
W. McKoll (D) :UHi, riinrloa I.. Warn-
Hte'lff Ick (It) ni;0, Samuel K. Taylor (ID
RF,Et C51, John W. WIiir (It) 011, 1.. K
Br ' Stewart (It) r4U. W. U. Warner (S
:'.u 31, Harry Melsol (S) 30, .las. Spencer
... (S) 30, Henry W. (Jenno (S) 30.
m ''. ii For County Commissioner, l-yoar
fM Term, F. A. Hulsh (I)) 30U, Jnmos
H,' II. tlarilnor (H) C'.'O, Dan 11. While
' : (S) 4r-
-, nj For County Commissioner. 2-yar
B'f'' ! Term, 11. X. Chiir.touseu (l 3r0, J
B.-,'v K. UrliiKhurst (U) r.r.S, l.uthor Chrlsi
H v, inns (S) f3.
H For County Clerk. A. V. lloblsm
'i (D) 3Sr., K. T. I'alfrymnu (III H'JS. !
H t' X. Jordan (S) 31.
H' ' For County Tronsurer, It. T. Hnlsb
H; X (I)) 310, 1.. 1.. Nelson (It) r.CO, It. J
H'. Merrill (S) 31.
J For County Slioiiff. Henry lCast. (D
478, Marion Cllimor (it) 152, Chas T
H' Wood (S) 20.
HY For County Recorder, Oeo. Amos
'di (U) 35S, Floyd Johnson (R) nr.r,, Mrn
.U1i Sadlo Trlnimiiiiin (S) 32.
H'- ' j For County Attorney, driiut C. Him-
H j ley (1)1 3CG, Ccoi-Ko I'. I'arkor (ID
B M rGS, U. F. Rea (SI 30.
I Four County Surveyor, C. Murray
Twolvos (I)) 370, John R. Stewnrt
(It) rr8, John HevorlrtRo (S) 30.
For County Assessor Geo. I. OnrIT
(I)) 372, Hyrum It. Chrlstensen (It)
C27, A. I.. Porter (S) 31.
1 For County Supt. of Schools, James
II. Walker (I)) 3S3, J. V. Creer (R)
G32, O. C. Day (S) 30.
For Precinct Justlco of the. Peace.
J. S. Willis (I)) 303, OeorKO Webb
l' For Precinct Coustnblo, Jus. Cnrter
BI (I)) 303, J. II. CollOKQ (R) 079.
HI ( , Severely Burned With Gasoline
H , Last Thursday, while pouriiiK boihc
LVi Kiisollue out of n bottlo onto u gasp-
. xplodeil and severely burned Mrs. I).
I. McVkar on the iirm, neck nnd
lace A doctor was Immediately call,
d and dressed tho wounds, which
voro incst liiilnfiil. It la thousht
l.em will be va periiianent Bcurs.
Tho llmiios from the burning oil
illod the room and there was con
tdemble txclU'ineiit for a time. John
,V. Kd wards, who saw the llnmos,
ushrd In and extinguished them.
Hut a few months ago Mr. McVlcar
vns severely burned with a gasoline
'ilil Men Elected
On County Ticket
I.1 i v. i well taken care of In last
i .i i s (UcMon Throe of our
ill.-. , s (. r honored Thoy are all
in I .mil true men and will give u
jood iioouiit of themselves
JAMI'.S II. (i.VItl)NKK
Four year term County Commlssion
r, whos txcellent record two yonrs
igo had much to do with hla election
One of the two Democrats who es
apod the landslide which burled thu
Uetnotrats Mr Kast'a elllclunt re
cord of tho past two years curried
him lo lctory.
JOHN V. MS(!
U do n' h o ui'inbcr of tho next
'i-himI i'ii. w tin Ii will frnine a law
.ubiii.tilni! iln- qui'Silon or suite wlilr
lirohilililun to a voio of the people.
Proi. Hopkins Father
Dies at Kanosh
A telephone message Wednesday
morning announced the death of Mr.
C. W. Hopkins ut Kanosh. Millard
bounty. He Is rather or Mr. W Knrl
Hopkins, who with Mrs. Hopkins,
were present when lie passed aw
The cause or dentil was blood pois
oning, entiled by u lmple scratch tin
the back or his hand. Mr. Hopkins
was a prominent citizen or Mlllnrd
Couiiij. ii' ne nn. being its count
couimlssioi cr He was born In l.oh
Fiw ml rnleeH were held yesur
Jiy Tli- l.i hi High School th..
tMi'ira ail trustees sent some
Canning Go, Locates
On Orem Road
Site Chosen Lies On Third North,
West of Fourth West Street, Be
heen the 1). ii It. ('. anil the In
terurbnn Hull Roads.
The new entitling ructory will build
on the Interurbau railroad, between
this roud and the Rlc Urnndo; on the
property formerly the home of Jamos
O. Gray. The thing which determin
ed thu stockholders in making their
selection wna the ndvnntnge It had
for shipping purposes. Tho fact thnt
the Orem road, would give shipping
facilities to the leading domestic cen
ters of the stato and the D. & R. Q.
.vould be available for shipping to
points out side or the state, wns the
argument which determined tho
K'lectlone or the Interurbau sit
over one offered by S. W. Ross, lo
cated on the north side or the Salt
Lake Rrouto at tho foot of Cemetery
jtreet next to the home ot Leonard
Peterson. The ndvnntage of tho Ross
Jlte was its close proximity to the
tomato growing district. But the
ompetntlvo shipping facilities, Its
(.'eutrallty us fur as the north and
jouth nre concerned, and the offering
o give or at least lease at a nominal
rental, the Interurban slto was the
determining factor In the selection or
tho lnttcr site.
Mr. W. C. Orem, president of the
Salt Lake nnd Utah Railroad, sent
a representative to Lehl nnd made
the offer to give tho company ,ovtr
an aero or ground and put In all
necessary tracks and spurs without
cost to the canning company, The
generous offer was accepted.
The slto on which tho building will
be commenced at onco lies on tho
south Bide or Third North, between
Fourth and Flttli West Streets. It
Is tho Intention ultimately to can as
paragus, beans nnd snurkrout. As
these products will be grown on low
er land, tho location will bo- most
convenient tor this class q( growers
us well as tho growors of tomatoes
mid fruit. It will also bo convenient
Tor tho fnrmers over Jordan.
Thomas Jones inado the motion
chooBlng tho lutorurban slto nnd J. S.
Kvnns seconded It, nnd Henry Lewis,
Ircpresontlng tho People's Co-op.
stock, mndo tho motion to muke tho
cholco selected unanimous, which wns
There nre now over fltty-five stock
holders in tho company nml the sub
scription bookB will bo kept open till
thu amount or $1C,000 has been sub
scribed. As ultimately It Is supposed
that sulllceiit tomato nccrngo wilt be
obtained from stockholders alone, It
Is thought that tho tew remaining
slinreB will soon bo obtained. Tho
directors of tho company will not bo
selected for probably another, month,
Big Cattle Orlve
Tho stock men of I .eh I hud their
annual cnttlo drive this week. Prac
tically evory stock man In town spent
several days In the West .Mouutnlns,
under tho leadership of Israel Evans
and A. II. Hone, nnd searched overy
hill and hnllow for the "last bend."
Some of tho riders went ovor tho
mountains into Tooele and Ophlr cnu
yons. In all some thirteen hundred
head or stock were secured thnt hnvo
boon Biunmor grazing In tho West
Tho stock generally not looking
so well as last year The prices nlso
nre a llttlo Iosh, top stuff bringing
flvo and a half cents on tho hoof ns
compared with six and a half Inst
Tho cattle ready for beef will bo
mnrketed. Somo will be put In tho
rattening sheds, hut the larger part
of the stuff has been turned Into tho
fields to clean up the ditch banks' nnd
remaining grnss and alfalfa.
linker Child Hurled In Lehl
Afton linker, thu ten - yenr - ohl
daughter of Mr and Mrs Kills Tinker,
died Sunday at their homo In Mid-
-I- . L
GENERAL SURGICAL CASES
M'i:nu rAciMTiKs for
I'OMl'KmT M'USKS IX
vale, after an illness of ten months.
The cause or her death was mcnln.
gltls ot the brain. Mrs. Dakcr Is a
sister or Mrs. Richard Hutchlngs of
Lehl, nnd tho body wns brought to
her home Monday. Tho funeral ser
vices were hold nt the Hutchlngs resl
denca 10 o'clock Tuesday, and tho re
mains were burled In the Lehl ceme
tery Mr and Mrs, Albert Tlgnskls, Mrs.
Olive Doffs or illngham, Mrs. Zinn
McCundloBS nnd Mr. and Mrs. John
Smith or Mldvale, accompanied the
parents to Lehl and remained hero
until after the funernl services.
E-.Mn)(ir Roberts III
John Roberta, one or our lending
townsmen, has been very 111 with '
kidney trauble. ror tho past week, und
has been unable to be ut his work In
the People's Co-op. Somo days ho
Is confined to his bed, other days ho
Is nble to sit up some.
MRS. OLA LARSON OIL'S
Mrs, Ola Larson, a rormer resident
or Lehl, died nt her residence In Lo
sati, last week, trom a complication
or lung troubles. Sho hns been ser
iously HI ror some time. Her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ruben Worlton, nnd other
children, were at the bodsldo when
the end enme.
Mrs. Larson wns the mother or Mrs,
Anthon Hanson, Mrs. Wnrron Schow
nnd Mrs. Ruben Worlton, nnd with
her husband lived on the Lehl Experi
THK 1.EHI HOSPITAL
OCCUPIES XEW HOME
Dr. Fred Worlton, this week moved
his hoBpltnl Into Its now homo In
the T. R. Cutler residence on State
Street. Oecauso ot the large clien
tage which tho Lehl hospital has built
up larger quarters becaus an nbBo-
lute necessity. I
The now homo Is one ot the best
In the stato, outside of largo cities,
for hoBpltul purposes. Tho ouccoss
Hint has attended tho operation per
formed thcro has had much to do with
Its wldo and growing popularity. The
now conditions will permit of better
treatment than has been given under
more crowded conditions.
CHANCELLOR GEORGE H. BRAD
One of the great nntlonal characters
In educational and religious circles Is
Chancellor George H. I trad ford of the
Methodist University of Oklahoma.
Ills lectures nre full of thought and
Inspiration, and It would bo useless to
attempt to approximate tho number of
men and women who have done great
er and better things nftcr coming un
der his Influence.
It Is natural that Dr. Bradford should
bo particularly Interested In education.
Tho secret of his success In thnt line
seems to be nlmost entirely within him
self. The opportunities he hud were
not to bo compared with those of the
Bj , fmjZflBBBBBBBB
CHANCELLOR GEORGE H. URAD
FORD. great majority of young men and wom
en today. No ono paid his expenses In
school nor gave him a high salaried po
sition after graduation from college,
Byhnrd work ho succeeded In complet
ing his course and Immediately ho be
gan ns u preacher In n mission church.
Ills salary consisted of tho coins tossed
Into tho collection basket.
'.today, although In the prlmo of life,
ho 'is, considered ono of (ho greatest
cdncntkinul counselors. Ho Is a mem
her of tho national educational hoard
of,tho Methodist Episcopal Church, and
ns a lecturer, preacher and educator he
Is among the very best. Dr. Bradford
Is in every way a great man.
i 'hiiiicolfor""(Seiirgi II. Bradford
U-:iII TABERNACLE, THl'RSDAY,
, XOVEMIlER 12, lQU.
f fi ip jffousewifes
J r SMOKE, NO DIRT
muf - Hang up the dust
IggL"! pan and the turkey I
t ' wing their day I
is past. I
Hot Blast Heater
allows no smoke or gas to escape
into the room.
It scatters no soot or ashes.
It can't. It's madt that way.
That is ono of its virtues. It has
many more. Come in and let us
After that no other stove will suit
Burns soft coal, hard coal or wood. I
See the name "Coh't" on the feed door ffJby I
of each stove. None genuine without it KpteiM' I
PEOPLE'S CO-OP gBNhfl I
INSTITUTION. WlW' I
THE IH'SY STORE OX STATE ST. CSlSjliiUAJF 117
LEIII, UTAH wJ M
I Automobile, Motorcycle General Repairing,
I and Vulcanizing,
I Bicycle Accessories. Gasoline and Oils.
I CUTLER GARAGE
Phone 12-2 Rings. Adjoining Reltuc Inn
A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP
We Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling
Automobiles During the Winter Season.
Lt'lf Fractured ut Sugur Factory
Tuesday morning JubI before com
ing off Bhlft ut tho BUgnr factory,
Jeroino Davis suffered n severe rrac
ture ot tho thigh bone. Tho accldont
was caused by somo frnmes falling
on him. At first it was thought thnt
his back wns Injured. Tho frncturo
was reduced and ho Is now doing
. o .
We Print Butter Wrappers. tf
JOLLY, HOIilCKINti ltOLI.EIl
:-: LEHI CITY PAVILION K
SKATINU THREE MOIITS A
Clean, Hciilthj Sport Come I
and Try It. I
II. C. FenUiiTHloiie 1
PLUMBING and HEATING I
Estimates Furnished l-'rrr I
SUPPLIES OF ALL KIMW I
I am now locoted Hi Loin "fl
prepared to do ull kinds of l''"I,p-
lug or to Install steam '" ""'
water heating plants
M. S. LOTT
K'l EVERY SICK
VHkk79H call bo hud at this
!3BrH V whether It bo ror tho ailing l"fi,l,t r
riLvw tl10 "kci1 '"V""'1- NurBnB ' ,cl;
iBk &(ft JJVJU ,mt wator ,)aKB, rountnlii !I!1 0,u"
!iMy4 yliKos, ruhbor sheets, etc., are only
tamLjy-! fow of tho ninny sick room epec-
"S-WJ- sr laiitlt.M wo carry. Whntover the doc-
J( S tor says you should have, yo a
r &fcsr,r obt""1 hero' 'i
ifHSrL " "' MEllKUIEW, I
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