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MM ( AMERICAN FOKK OITISKN SATURDAY, KOVEMnigiJMOl , . ,, , ,
H'-fl Wr. K. Trliinlman was n Suit Lake
Bf 1 liitcrurbnn posscngcr yesterday.
B ;"'' Mrs. H. C. Nelson linct her tonsils
B ' .8 removed tit tho Lehl liospltal Monday.
Bj,,,?. ' Mr. ond Mrs. Alfred Oiirney linvo
B ' v ' ii baby sick with bronchitis,
H ' ?
B Mrs. J. II. Sllcu of Tooele, arrived In
B"t l.i'lil ThurBday to spend u week with
B ! hor mother, Mrs. Kll Kendall.
B ' ,,( Mr. and Mrs. Ruben King are niak-
B . lug u week end vlBlt with friends In
B ' ! South Jordnn.
B' , J Miss Mary Fox wiib hostoHii to tho
B ! j II. U. club Monday evening. Sewing
B t and refreshments wcro the features.
B Y' Mr. David Davis commenced the
B erection of a new home in tin Thlid
B ;' ' Ward this week.
K '' ' Mr. Luther Conies returned lo
m Soraiiton, Wednesday, after a week's
B'vi; Islt with his family.
m , Tli ) Primary Association of the
M' Firs'. Ward will hold Its annual con-
B ' fcrouo tomorrow afternoon.
B . Mrs. S. W. Hobs bad a sowing clr-
B cle Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon
S' wan served.
r Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson were
' visitors at tho Salt Lake Temple Wcd-
S , ucsduy.
9 4 The utork left a baby boy at the
S ' homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Street
H i' '
St; :,, Mr. Charles Stewart of Ihupah, was
Bj, i visiting relatives In Lehl tlie past
H '. week,
BM,f;' Mrs. Susie Olsen or Suit Lake City
B Kjii is tho guests of her parents, Mr. and
H,, ' Mrs. Josoph Dnvls.
HSf ; i
H '."'H Mrs. A. I). AnderRon accompanied
Hfe . Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wing to Salt Lake
;'! c,t'' on "" llll, tr,I Monday.
BT-f.' ' Misses Kiln and Mary Wood are
BBk( spending the week with friends In
BBp ! I'ocatello, Idaho.
B(jt' T. It. Cutler, Sr came down from
Bfljfi j Salt Luke City Sunday and spent the
B'tV day with his son, Robert.
Kf: I Mr. Einmctt Chtpman, Ernest South-
mjl wick and Austin Phillips wcro Salt
B'tl I lutko City visitors Thursday.
Hlj ,MIrb Belma, the daughter of Mr.
Hfljjj unJ Mra- Author Coates, has been 111
Hjf during the past weok.
HK ' ' -Mrs. D: A. Holbrook and daughter,
Hfm' Mrs. Kills Lee, of Dountitul, aro
Bot guosts at tho homo of Dr. Holbrook.
Hfj; ; Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Edmonds of
Bk.k' Salt Luko City, wcro guests of Mr.
HeK and Mrs. Qcorgu Robinson early In
Hj! , tho week.
Rk i. .Mr. and Mrs.. M. II. Dushman went (
HjQ N to Provo, Wednesday, to attend the '
Bg I funeral of Mrs. alien Ilolden, mother ,
HBf ' of Mrs, M. I. Oushmau. ,
Hfl' Mr. and Mrs. Hen Stewart, who
HBf. i liavu been living on Provo Uench for
Dp! ' tho past year, have moved back to
H ' Mr. and Mrs. John Fltton and Mrs.
Bl ' Annlti lloyle of Salt Lake City, spent
Bj I ThaukKivlng Day with Mr. and Mik
BK ' Andrew Jacobs.
Bk Morgan WoodhoiiHe, Sr of Idaho
BE Falls, arrived In Lchl Tliursday. Mrs.
H Woodhouse and children are spending
H j the winter here.
HK Mrs. Kll Webb entertained a score
HE of her lady friends at u kouslngton
Hgb f Frjdny afternoon. Dainty refresh-
B'ft' 1 ' monta wcro served.
Bfcri I)r' ,1, C' "0,liroo, W1,B called to
Bfft Provo Hoiich, Tuesday afternoon, and
HUj on. his return a call was awaiting
Hu him from Mrs. James Chamberlain of
BMfT Cedar Fort.
H, Messrs and Meadamcs David and
Btf Mark Holbrook of Rountlful, wcro the
B .KUvfltH of Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Holbrook
Blfr Sunday, making the trip In their
B!t Uldhoii Henry Lewis left yesterduy
B - for Carllu, Nevada, to investigate a
'i mining proporty. Mr. Lewis Btarted
i 'on the trip last week, hut only got
Bi ' ub f,ir ns -Snlt l'i,k c,t'-
K ' Three new. babies arrived in Lelil
Bft. Thursday, when tho stork left at tho
Hji homes of George Darues a boy, Thos.
B Woltlnden a boy and a girl at Wll-
Hff ford Whiting's.
B Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merr:ll enter-
R ujped at Thanksgiving dinner,
t wtr6ng the out of town guests weie:
B'j wr' a"J Ira' Albert Adams of Amcrl-
K can Fork, and Mrs. Kthel Wright
B1 Stoddurt of Salt Lake City.
Bl Mrs. Ira D. Wines and T. R. Cutler
B of Salt Luko City, and Wm. Thorn-
Bj! ton and J. H. Storrs of Ainorlcnu
B t Fork, citine to Lehl yesterday to at-
B l''"1' directors' meeting of the 1'iulj
K i liuni..ua compuuy
Heber Austin of Idaho Falls, was
visiting relatives In Lehl tills week.
Mrs. James Klrkham, Sr., was the
recipient of a pleasant surprise parly
last Friday evening, the occasion be
ing her Cliud birthday. Progressive
games were played and refreshments
Mayor Gurney Elected
Third Vice President
Stale .Municipal League At .Mnnjl
Transmit Much Important lln.
ness of Ink-res) t All the 'Itii i
Mayor W. F. Gurney, W. S- Wv"3
and Win. Wing attended the State
Convention or Municipal Leagues at
Muiitl this week. Lehl was honored
with the election of Mayor Gurney
(ih Third Vice President for the en
suing year. These gentlemen report,
the convention a great success, and
voted Muiitl tho greatest entcrlalii
eis In the state.
Thursday was devoted largely to
preliminary business, the annual ad
dons by the president and tho yearly
report of tho secretary. There was
a talk on municipal ownership by
Henry Ulood of Knycsvillo and sev
eral iuubIcoI numbers.
There were two bcsbioiis eriuay,
when "filiform City Ordinances,"
Meter and Flat Rates for Water and
Lights," "Granting of Franchises" and
"Deadjustmeiit or Taxes" were taken
up and discussed.
Saturday was n short session, when
prospective state legislation wan dis
cussed, tho next meeting plr.co was
selected and tho new olllcors elected.
Tho state convention went on re
cord as favoring state wide prohibi
tion. It decided to ask certain
changes In state laws, penult ting a
bonded Indobtedncsn or cities large
enough lo build municipal power
plants and install water works.
Thoro was wldo discussion on muni
cipal ownership of electric power
plants. Somo cities wero highly sue:
cossfull whllo others, as Murray, lost
lots or money In trying out the ven
ture. Tho convention voted ns being
In favor of all tho cities having unl
or tho ordinances, and a general
thought to bo possible In 85 per cent
or tho ordinance, and a general
Bchcmo could bo followed In tho bal
nnco of tho cases. A commlttco was
appointed to mako tho preparations.
Tho commlttco on revision of city or
dinances consists of two lawyers and
two el'y councilman. Tho Commlttco
voted to ask tho leglBlnturo to rc-cs-tnbllsh
tho old poll tax law. Thero
was u gonorr.l contlmont In favor
of taxing public corvlco Institutions
for tho granting or fniuchlseu In the
Thoro wore about 75 delegates to
tho convontlon, who wore met at the
dopot with automobiles by tho Miinti
citizens nnd taken to tho hotels.
Tuesday evening tho Commercial club
gave a complimentary entertainment
and luncheon to tho delegates. Fri
day tho Mantl National Guard gave a
Hag hoisting and naluto of exhibition
and the public school children gave a
drill and salute to tho ling. In the
evening there was a bamiuet given
by the Mantl High School, and a mu
nicipal League Hall In the Armada
Mayor Decker was chosen as the
now prcHldout, and Provo was select
i ed as the uel meeting place
Lehi's Coming Champions
In League Basket Ball
High School .luuhw'. Ilnskct Hull mid
Dance I" ('rent Success and .Nets
Red Cross l'liml $.'L0.
The basket ball game last Friday
evening between Lehl ami tho II. Y.
P., State Pnlverslty champions, dem
onstrated that Lehl has a team this
year that stands n most excellent
chance of winning the league pennant
The team playing In Frlda's game
consisted of Fred Wanlaas, Clarence
Gray and Stanley Taylor, forwards;
Marlon Ashton, Center; llusll Dortou
nnd Thomas Jones, Jr., guardu.
Tho score stood 12 to 21 in favor of
tho H. Y. P., but the numbers do not
reveal tho relative strength of tho
two teams. Provo won by reason of
being able to shoot baskets with uioro
certainty. Lehl did tho rosiest work,
and had the ball In its end of the hall
tho larger part or the time. Ashtmi
as center did some most excellont
work, In ract all the boys showed
great Improvement over last year.
The Provo conch was heord to say.
"Lehl stands a llrst cIors chance or
winning the state high school cham
pionship. Coach Minor Is proving to bo n
most excellent trainer, and should he
glvon credit for the improved condi
tion of tho Lehl team.
The Red Cross Hall by thn 1 1 il
School Juniors was a decided leicce
and netted the Rod Cross fund some
$fil, after II i mums. h el I i ii.iid
The i luv i '., Ii in- i ii. i ii !,
Its work. (
The management of tho Smuln s
Academy should bo glvon credit for
donating $2i"i towards tho fund, which
goes to help relievo suffering Mel-glum.
DaiN I'uiieral .Sunday
The funeral services ror George
Davis, who died Thursday, will bo
held In the Tnbernnclo tomorrow
(Sunday) at 2 o'clock p. m.
AITO A PC 1 1) i: NT
Last week while John Woods was
driving Ills auto down tho narrow
lane loading south Trotn Lchl Junc
tion, something went wrong with the
machine und It turned over several
times, causing the occupunts to suf
fer several pains and brulces.
The ear was iilt badly damaged
and Is now In the gnrago for repairs.
Pillars Ot Society
'Ihculilcul Tii'iit Per I.ehl People At
The University of Utah Dramatic
club, on Its nineteenth nnnual tour,
will present at Lehl, December 2, Hen
ilk Ibsen's great drnmn, "Pillars of
Society." "Pillars of Society" Is one
or the llrst or modern social dramas
and represents tho very best or lb
son's contributions to tho stngo, In
fact tho wide reputation of tho Scan
dinavian playwright was gained
through the great success or tins piay.
"Pillars or Society" represents the
brcnkhiG down of tho old social con
ventions, the. "Pillars" or Society be
ing made to realize that they aro la
reality huml gs and do not live up
to the high standard or mornllty. The
excellent dramatic qualities found In
Ibsen's foremost play mado Its suc
cess Immediate with the result tint
already It has been translated into
seven foreign languages and has 'boon
produced In almost as many countries.
Such notable, literary men as Alexan
der Dumas and Angler, tho great
French critic, linvo pronounced "Pil
lars or Society" a masterpiece.
Tho cast or characters ror this play
Includes many woll-known amateur
players. Among theso aro Herbert
Maw, tho leading man, nnd Armorel
Dixon, both possessing almost pro
fessional ability und hnving had much
experience in collcgo dramatics for
tho past threo years. All but n few
of tlie cast have been with tho club
before and have proved their worth
as actors. Tho complcto cast Includes
tho following players: Herbert II.
Maw, Kdytli Harlow, Kiitliorlno Vroo
mnn, Orpha Kingsbury, Allen O. Thur
man, Armorel Dixon, Carlylo Bur
rows, Vernon Snyder, John R. Cutler,
Joseph D, Millerburg, Setho Coleman,
J. Roscoo Harmon, D. Angus Royer,
Clalro A. Stewart, Fannie Shapiro and
townspeople and others.
o LEHI HIGH o
o SCHOOL NOTES o
"Here and 'there Around the Campus"
Here's three cheers lor the basket
ball boys, ir their playing IubI Fri
day night was a fair sample or what
they can do, no other school In the
county will stand a chance or win
ning tho cup this year. Good luck
boys, we are proud of you I Keep up
your splendid woik and we will carry
off county and state championships.
Tho High School was well repre
sented Friday night. Nearly ovory
High School student was present to
see Lehl mako Provo dig for every
point they got. There Is ouo thing
the student body Is sorry to see, that
Is there are a few High School stu
dents who have a yellow streak In
them. They aren't loyal enough to
Join the bunch In cheering their team
on to victory. They sit up in tho gal
lery with American Porkers, who
should be at home supporting their
own High School.
When the next gamo comes let us
see every High School student In tho
bunch, full or lire and enthusiasm,
ready to cheer their team on to vic
tory. Last week tho. Senior cIobs Im
peached their olllcers and decided to
elect new ones. Only two or tho of
llcors elected last year were ro-olcct-ed.
They aro Jane Phillips, class rep
resentative and Gladys Stark, vice
The present olllcers are.
Gladys Stark Vlco President.
Vera Stewart -Sec'y. and Trens,
Jane l'hllllps-Class Represontn
tlve. The executive committee consists
of Jlasll Dorlon, Clifford Wllllfl, Orn
Whipple and Joyce Schow
The Senior students liavo formed
themselves into n club, whoso object
I to foster class activities To pay
he expenses of class parties eaeli
member will Imy in cents a mouth
lh Mist .,ii f ii. ,,ib was held
vv.'iu. iiji iiuiiinF m tin home of
Joyco Schow, vvhero tho girls enter
tained tho boys. A merry time was
hud by all. Chocolate, cake, fudge
nnd divinity wero served.
The Fourth Years wished to add
their mlto to tho suffering Dolgluns,
so they made punch nnd sold it at tho
Red Cross Danco Friday night. When
all expenses wero paid they found
they had llvo dollars and ten cents to
add to the Christmas ship.
Tho Junior clnss has formed a club.
The boys and girls tnko turns enter
taining each month.
There has been no school this week
on account of TeacherV Convention.
Heard In Freshman KngliBh clnss:
English teacher, "Mr. G., In your
own words give mo a Rood definition
Mr G., "A modern pain costing
about 'iW morn than the old fashion
ed stomach ache."
'there Can He No Doubt About the
Results In Utah Count)-.
Results tell the talc.
All doubt is removed.
Tho testimony or nn American Fork
Can bo easily .Investigated.
What better proof can bo had?
Mrs Stephon Shelly, Third North
ond Third Wo3t Sts., American Fork,
I'tali, soys: "One or my family had
rheumatic pains and lumbago ror
years. Ho always felt the trouble
vvorso before a storm or In damp;
changeable weouicr. a iieignuor
advised him to try Doun's Kidney
Pills. Ho it' ' ' lake them ns reg
ularly us -uid, but they proved
very satlsi.iury. Tho pains In his
back wero relieved. Whouovcr he
feels out of sorts, ho tnkes a. doso or
two of Doan's Kidney Pills and thoy
fix him up all right. I am Just as
willing to recopimcnd Donn's Kidney
Pills today v.u I have been In the
Price COc, nt nil dealers. Don't
cimply nek for a kidney remedy get
Donn's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs. Shelly rcccr.imcnds.Foctcr-MH-urn
Co., Props., nuffalo, N. Y.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Knglucer's Ofllcc,
Salt Lake City, Utah, November 12,
Notlco Is hereby given tliut W. P.
Gurney, ct. nl whoco postolllco ad
dress is Lehl, Utah, linvo mado appli
cation In accordance with tho require
ments or tlie Compiled Laws or Utah,
1007, as amended by tho Session Laws
or Utah, 100'J and 1911, to appropri
ate twenty (20) cubic rect or water
per second Trom American Fork and
Deer creeks, Utnh County, Utnh.
Soventeen (17) cubic-feet per second
or said water will bo diverted rrom
Amcrlcnji Fork Creek, at a point
which bears south 27 degrees 47 min
utes C4 seconds east 1,727.8 root dis
tant rrom United States Mineral Moil
ument No. 4, American Fork Mining
District, und conveyed by means or
a wooden stave pipe Tor a distance of
18,000 feet, to a reservoir embraced
approximately In Section IS, twonshlp
4 south, Range II east, Salt Lake base
and meridian. Three CI) cubic-reel
per second or said water will be dl.
verted from Deer Creek, at a point
which bears south H7 degrees II! min
utes west 21,:i01 feel from ihe afore
said Mineral Monument, and convey
ed by moans of a wooden stave pipe
Tor a distance or 0,000 reet, to the
reservoir above, described. Tho com
mingled water will bo diverted from
tho resorvolr, at n point which boars
south 49 degrees 43 minutes west
10,011 root dlstunt from snld Mineral
Monument No. 4, and convoyed by
uteulis or a pipe lino ror n distance of
7.G42 feet and there iiBcd rrom Janu
ary I to December 31, inclusive, of
each year, to generato power ror the
purpose of electric lighting nnd pro
pelling innchlnory nt various cities
and towns In Utah. In addition to tho
quuiitlty or water abovo specified, ap
plicant Intends to storo five hundred
(GOO) ncre-feet of water In tho. reser
voir above described. Said water will
be diverted from tho creeks named,
whenever available, during tho period
from March 1 to Juno 30, Inclusive,
of each year. Tito water so stored
will bo released from tho reservoir, nt
the point abovo described, and con
voyed for a distance of 7,542 foot, and
there used whenever needed In con
nection with the twenty (20) cubic
feet or water per second abovo speci
fied ond Tor the purpose stated. Af
ter having been so diverted and usod,
tho water will be returned to tho
natural channel or American Fork
Creek, at u point which bears south
27 degrees M minutes west 20,840
'tit distant rrom the nroresuld Min
eral Monument. This application is
designated in the Stnte Engineer's or
llce as No. 5823.
All protests ngaliiBt the granting or
sold application, stating tho reasons
tlterefor, must be made by affidavit
In duplicate, accompanied by u feo or
$2.50, and filed in this office within
thirty (30) days arter tho completion
or tho publication or this notice.
W. D. DEERS,
Date of first publication November
21, 1914, date of completion or publi
cation December 21, 1914.
.NOTICE FOR PUHMCATION
Department of Interior
U. S. Land OITlco at Salt Lake City,
Utah, November 14, 1914.
Notlco la hereby given Hint Freder
ick W. Ilrokmeyor, of Sandy, Utah,
who, on Juno 1C, 1911, mndo Home
stend Kntrv. Serial No. 08104. for S
E V! or N W H. I-ot G and E V or
S W U, Section C, Township C South,
Haiigo 2 West, Snlt Lnko Meridian,
has filed notlco of intention to make
final threo-ycar proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, bc
foro tho Register and Receiver or tho
U. S. Land O'lUco, at Suit Lake City,
Utah, on tho 30th day or December,
Claimant names as wltnesces:
It. II. Smith,
James H. Chamberlain,
All or Cedar Vnlloy, Utah.
E. D. It. THOMPSON, Register.
First publication November 21 last
December 19, 1914.
Our Rest Seller.
Wo oto sailing raoro of Morltol
Eczoma Remedy than all tho others
put together. This largo .alo Is duo
to tho ract that It Is a preparation
of umml merit, mado exprc.oly for
one purpose, cczomn In its various
forms. If you aro afflicted with this
loathsome disease, do not ddny using
Merltol Eczema Remedy. Prices EOc
and $1.00. F. M. Drown, American
Fork, Utnh. Exclusive Agency. (Adv.)
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT A0. :i;,.
Wilrlnlml Jlliilng & Milling fo.aimiJ
Principal place of business, Amen
can Fork, Utah. erl"
Notlco is hereby given that a meet
lug of tho Directors or the abovo nam",
ed company was hold on Saturday
November 7, 1914, and assessment N
35, or $1.00 per 1000 shares was levied
on tho capital stock or the corpora
Hon, payable Immediately to Orv-d
Mercer, nt his olllce, at American
Fork, Utah. Any stock on which this
assessment remains unpaid on Mon
day, December 7th, 1914, wm
llnqucnt nnd ndvortlsed ror sale at
public auction, and unless payment
Is made berore, will be sold Monday
December 21, 1914, nt 4 o'clock'),'
in., at tho office or tho secretary Am
-rlcnn Fork, Utnh, to pay the delln"
ijuent assebsment with the cost of ad!
vertlslng and expense or tho sale '
STEVE WOOD, Secretary
ORVAL MERCER. Assistant s:re.
Quit Meat When
I'nke a glass of snlt.i f ,01ir n ,
hurts or Illadder troubles im
No man or woman who cats meat
regularly can mnko a mistake by
Hushing tho kidneys occasionally
snys a well-known authority. Meat
formii uric acid which excites (Q
kidneys, they becoino overworked
rrom tho strain, get sluggish and rail
to niter the wnsto and poisons r.-om
tho blood, thon wo get sick. Nearly
all rheumatism, headaches, liver
trouble, norvounucss, dizziness, sleep,
lessness und urinary disorders como
rrom sluggish kidneys.
Tho moment you reel n dull ache
In the klduoys or your back hurts or
tr tho urlnu Is cloudy, orrc.:nlvo full
of sediment, Irrcgulnr of passago or
attended by a sensation or scalding,
atop eating ment nnd got about Tour
OUHC28 or Jnd Salts rrom any phar
macy; tuko n tubloBpoonrul In a glcw
or water bororo breakfast and In a
row days your kidneys will net fine.
This ramous salts Is made from the
ncld or grapes and lemon Juice, com
bined with llthln, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize tho
acids In the urine so It no longer
causes Irritation, thus ending bladder
Jad Salt's Is inexpensive and can
not injure; makes a delightful
efrcrvescont llthla-wntor drink which
everyone should tnko now nnd then
to keep tho kidneys clean nnd active
and tho blood pure, thcrby avoiding
sorlous kidney complications,
We l'rlui Ilutlrr Wrappers. tf
Edward B. Jones
MINING AND CIVIL ENM.IKKU
V. S. Ucputy Mineral .Suncjor
Laud nnd Mineral Survejim
lor Lawsuits a Specialty All
Phone '210-2r. I.ehl. Ctab
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I Buss Meets All Trains, j
j in To California
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TI KETS ON SALE RETURN LIMIT I !
IKmtiuIht W..0.2I.22. I'tbruary ft I ',
December 29. 3rlircIl 7, Q
Ask about tho dally excursion rates with longer limits. B
It'ti Summer All Winter In California. Tickets. Penult Stoppers und UIiitho Routes.
EASTERN EXCURSIONS I
TICKETS ON SALE UETl'RN LIMIT I ;
Nawml.er 21.28, December 111.22. Three Months 1 ',
To Rale-, from I.ehl, American Fork. und I'leiisunt tlrove. 1
"t,,IV"P "-G Kansas City $10.00 ,Chc8l, $59 73 ,T7 I
Omaha $10.00 s, ,.,..., ,. Bl. ' ",., ' '&& 1
Through Sleeperu tn Principal Points ' l" KJJr,j
For liirormutlon, Train Schedule, etc. call on Ojjt
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