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Si i AMERICAN' FOR CITIZEN' SATURDAY, DKCRMUBR 19, 1914, '
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1 The Lehi Department
Ij j Canning Factory
1 ; Construction Resumed
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Ipi " Precisions .Uuil(. To Double Orlglnnl
jv Cnpiicll) Corporation To Ho Form-
m ,h nl ami IHrcrtors To H Chosen In
IB .j! nir Future.
jK ' f. Work wiih resumed um tliu canning
Mf j factory construction Monday, after a
HI' ; cessation of two weeks whllo the
Hjl foundation harduned. Tlio work will
Hill t Iluw l' IiUBhed forward to completion,
B ' l Hit-' building should bo ready to
B , to receive tlio inaclilncry by January
H-fj "Oth, uiiIcbs the weather becomes too
Kf j sevci e.
BEt ( Tho 1'lans, according to the Ilrst
Bjfj j continet, provided for a plant of
Hff ! L'0,000 cans per day capacity, at a to-
Kjjj Inl coHt of $8,700. The committee lias
HjU t changed tliu original plans, however,
jfi j adding about $800 more to tlio cost
Hj j Tlio new plans provide for a little
Hj 'f ' larger building and In some Instances
Bfif 'f for machinery with n larger capacity,
Bi "u that when business Justifies It, the
I" capacity may be doifbled without
making any additional buildings, and
at an additional root or less than
Tlio original plana do not provide
i for a frost proof warehouse, which
't will bo necessary, and which will be
an , built of brick in tlio spring.
W The first Installment on the stock
I , was paid In during the past week, and
yBjfi '" tllQ 1H'lir future tlio stockholders
Ifrfo' " will bo called together to choose n
H9 ' board of directors and form a corpor-
Bflffi ntlon. Up to tlio present time n com-
Hjfj ' mltteo or tlireo has been acting for
uj ; tlio stockholders In dealing with the
fii : contracting company.
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if ' Lincoln Highway Should
lj ComeB) Way of Lehi
1 II ; Messrs O. A. Slndo and J. K. Cotter,
1 jEjl who recently made a til) to Fish
I H , Springs in Mr. Slndo's nuto, aro cm-
tf iu l pliatlc that tlio Lincoln Highway, over
j H' which thousands of tourists will
jjj H travel, should como by wny of Lclil
fJll Instead of by way of Grnntsvlllo, as
ST planned by the Salt Lnko Commercial
SHff From s,,lt Lnk" City to Klsh
RWl Springs, by wny of Urantsvlllo and
Wvm i B1ul1 Valloy, tho dlstnnco is given nB
Mm ' IulllK Ui ,lllluM' aml ll required two
HP ) dnys to mnko tho trip out Coming
Rfjj ' hnck thoy came by way of Lookout
I'jjfl nud Fnlrilold and made tho trip In
ItjjB j nl" llours, nud spent nt least an hour
HI I hunting rabbits. Tho distance by wny
hi 5 I of Lehi, Fairfield and Lookout from
DEM j 1B" Springs to Salt Lako City 1b not
ttjl i I only ten miles Bhortcr, but it Is much
I I tho hotter rond, mlloa of greasy, dusty
DjnB llat8 being thus avoided.
Bly f It Is estimated that thousands of
HlM automobiles will go to tho Panama
KJjl Exposition during 191G over tho Lin-
coin Highway, and many more will
Bj como bywny of Pike's Pook Ocean to
Bi Ocean route. Tho latter will como by
Wmt w"' r Ilil, "'id If tho Lincoln route
KBh officials could ho shown tho ndvun-
kJM tnge," thoy too would como this way,
KiBI Messrs Slndo and Cotter got to Fish
KS Springs doing the thaw, so that duck
KISj uhootlug was only fair. Tho day be-
HH - foif. however. John J. Thomus, with
Bf "'it seven shots, kilted elghteon ducks.
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If Payson Factory Closes
Him The Payson sugar factory closed IU
ifS Benson's run Thursday, after a run of
Ifi WHY NOT GET
II HER A RING?
BB ' haU! "'i hOles Hint do nut full to
ll jilcaoc, mill cu'o on, is guaranteed
t I'f exactly as represented.
1 In liny Hiiy 3oii loose (he se( out
f " "liig purchased from me, It n
JB be leplnccd free of charge.
ill "' l's . ring, ui't Nome oilier ur.
Um "' "f mine. He.re ure u few Niig.
mm gesflwis for botli luily nud gentle.
ll man A lVnlrh, A Fob, Toilet Sel,
Iff -MHIIiiry .Se(, A Ilraceltl, Manicure
f Se(, Cu( (linos or Slhenwire. ' I
Wt stand hack of everything I sell.
If Ernest N. Webb
n! Jeiveler and Oplimetrist
J Jfnlii Street lelil, Utah
B Uiiynirliig free on nil Xums Goods. I
Hici1C; ' ws- "' "i
I about 70 days. It was a highly suc
cessful campaign, duo largely to the
number of Lehi sugar men who held
tho Important positions. 17,000 tons
of beets wero cut, and about 12,000,000
pounds of sugnr were made.
Friday tho factory men went to
Nephl on n rabbit hunt, and defeated
tho Payson town men by shootliiK two
rabbltH to the tatter's one.
Monday a dozen of tho head em
ployes visited the Lehi factory and
wore the guests of Supt. James II.
Gardner for dinner. Among thoso
who camo to Lelil wore It. L, Howard,
Hay Goatcs, Klisha Hrown, Itubeii
Howard and K. M Olson, former Lelil
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: Vaudeville and Pictures
For Sweet Charity
Itcd Cross Committee To Uhc Kntcr.
tnlnmeiit Tor Suffering llelglnns,
Tnesdii) Mght, December 'Jiud.
The local Red Cross Chapter Is pre
paring to give the biggest entertain
ment of the season at the Koyal The
atre. 'It will bo high class vaudeville
and motion pictures a dollar show
and worth It, but the prlco of adiuls
slau will bo ten uud fifteen ceutn, No
doubt every seat will bo tilled for the
double reason that the entertainment
Is worth double tho price nud every
body wants to contribute at least fif
teen cents for the starving llelglnns.
Tho Sliver Hand will probably sore
nado tho city before tho show, ami
Smulu's Orchestra will furnish the
music Inside, Tho show will open I
with two reels of pictures, promptly
at 7:30; two reels In tho middle of
tho program and two reels nt the
Tho following Is the vnudevlllc part
of tho program.
Quartette Lehi High School.
Vocal Solo.. Harold Goodwin.
Violin Solo Win. Ashcr.
Vocal Solo Mrs. Dulelo Frnncom.
Trombono Solo Molvlu Smuln.
Comic Song Wllllo Crnbb.
Pictures Two Itcels.
Song Arthur Livingstone nnd com.
Vocal Solo Santa Cluus.
Donjo Solo Wm. Klrkhom.
Vocal Solo Prof. IIoIiIiihIii.
Step Dancing Win. Wing.
Comic Song Miss Maud Klrkhom.
Fancy High Class Dancing Four
acntlomon nnd Four Ladles.
Two Heels of Motion Pictures.
Don't forget the date Tuesday
night, Decembor 22nd.
Nrs. Charles St, Jeor
Funeral scrvlcee over tho remains
of Mrs. Charles St. Jeor, which were
brought hero from Lowlston, were
held In tho Fourth Wnnl Church Sun
dny at 11 a. in.
Dlshop John Stoker presided. The
other spenkors were Win. Wing mid
Edward Southwlck. .Mrs. Hllzabeth
Klrton sang a solo nnd tho ward choir
furnished tho other music. Itoliurt
Fox gave tho Invocation and Patri
arch James Klrkhnin tho benediction
Funeral For Grant Larson
Funeral services over tho remains
of Mr Grant Larson wero held In the
First Ward Meeting Houso nt 2
o'clock p. m Sunday He was tho son
of L. V. and Hilda Larson, nnd wns
born In Snlt Lake City thlrty-three
years ago. lllshop's Counselor George
Schow presided, tho other speakers
wero Dlshop Henry Lewis uud Joseph
Klrkhnm. Kdwurd Southwlck deliver
ed tho opening prayer and Peter
Schow tho benediction. Miss Cleo
Taylor sang n solo, tho choir furnish.
Ing tho opening and closing numbers
TWO IIAIIIIIS Hl'ItlllU SATCItll.W
Funeral services for Doyle, tho S
months old baby of Mr. nud Mrs
. John S. Evans, wns held In tho First
( Ward Meeting House Saturday nt 2
! o'clock p. m. Georgo Hehow of tho
First Ward nishoprlc presided. Tin
; other speakers wero Georgo A. Goates
I and Edward Southwlck. Mrs. M. s
Lott rendered a nolo Win. South
wick gave tho opening pruyer and S
W. Itoss the benediction.
Funeral services for John L t,
baby of Mr. and Mrs. John IiiiBhmnn,
which wns burled just one mouth
from tho day It was horn, was hold
nt tho family residence f -y t
11 o'clock. Georgo Schov t
ehurgo of tho sorvlees.
speakers wero Hlshop Hear. '
and Isaac Fox. Mrs, Rose Let.
I u solo
I Prizes Awarded
To Club Winners
Ono hundred and twenty-flvo boys
gathered at the Grammnr School Fri
day evening to witness the awards to
tho boys who wero successful in tho
summer boys club contests. Over $70
lu prizes, donated by public spirited
citizens, wero distributed by Messrs
Junius flanks nnd Hebcr Dcnnton,
who have had chargo of tho movement
during tho summer.
After tho prizes were awarded the
boys wero taken to tho City Pavilion
and enjoyed n "peanut bust" nnd
games. Following Is tho list of prize
winners nnd tho prizes:
1st Frank Shnrp, $10 ensh.
2nd Win. Holdsworth, $0 cash.
3rd David Phillips, $4 cash.
1th Maurice Dnvls, Punching nag.
fith Heber Davis, Alarm Clock.
(itli Zcldou Jones, Subscription to
1st .1. II. Stowurt, $G cash.
2nd Leland Kniidson, $t credit.
3rd Frank Sharp, Subscription to
1st Dean Powtll, Registered Duroc
2nd --Earl Cox, $1 credit.
3rd Loroy llaker, $2 cash.
Itli Jay Smith, $1.C0 credit.
f.lh J. 11. Lott, Subscription to
cth John Mnyberry, Subscription
to Lelil Sun.
7th Evans Anderson, Subscription
to Utah Farmer.
1st Harry Stewart, $3 cash.
2nd Foster Merrill, 1000 Straw
Wnlter Hatchings, $4 credit.
Roger Gordon, $4 cash. I
1st Sterling Ilennlon, three pure I
bred R. I. Red chickens. I
2nd Isaac Taylor, ono pure bred I
Plymouth Hock Cockrcl.
Tho Missionary Commltteo hns pre
pared n program for tomorrow night
in tlio Tnbcrnnclo that will bo a real
trent for all truo lovers of music. It
has arranged for the nppcnraifco here
or Traccy Y. Cannon, nssistant Salt
Lake Tabernacle organist, nnd Mr.
Wnldnmer Call, ono of Snlt Lako I
City's leading vocaliBts. Thoy will '
nlBo bring with them several other
high class musicians and will furnish ;
mi evening of solos, ducts, trios and
organ solos that will plonso nil
classes, that should result In tilling
every sent In the building. j
Tho Missionary Commltteo desires
to send nil tho missionaries a Cchrist
mns present, so tho people will come
prepared to assist with a freo will
Has Ordered a
Commencing Monday, tho 21st to the
Mth, every Item will bo sold regard?
wTX'rrTS T1"8 w, rtn InfX a
wonderful chance to got anythlnu vo
could wish for for Chrlm i Blft
thousands of presents to select fro m
ilelVKr 0W Sl'"' -
AUTOMOIHLE EACH DAY
Watch for dim Ho will give you n
'Ido to his store of toys nnd
presents and return you
mi:i'iioxi: thi: tijik
He- Is anxious to call and get you and
liilng ou to his great anlo at
.BCocSff nut1;2 r,t8 i,or "ounti o
.. clihs nuts, oranges and ovnrv
thing good to eat, and inany hundreds
of presonts OX SALE. """"reus
dSHOP KARLY. w wvTe
Hl'RRAil FOR SANTA CLAUS vn
SAM) STARTS MONDAY
b Cu" tt0 ,,r"'K ou a ton or Coal?
HI Only Five Days 1 1 1
Only five business days left until Xmas I
OUR XMAS SALE
ENTIRE STOCK OP FURS, COATS, SUITS AND SKIRTS AT ONP tittdh I I
OFF ONE LOT OF SKIRTS, VALUES UP TO $9 GOING AT PEOMM K I I
$3 YOUR CHOICE. w A1 KUi" $1.50 TO I I
MILLINERY HALF PRICE-FIFTY PER CENT DISCOUNT I
CLOTHING DBPT-Enliro lino of Suits mid Overcoats at twenty 'per cent dk
count. Kiikb, Carpets, Furniture, 0verythiW wring nt 20 per cent discoun?
UKIOAT JiAK(iALNS IN Sliim ANU 1WMMH HUODH
NUTS AND CANDIES
vvn'SiMvAVn1??13 HAVE TI1E CHOICEST OANDIES IN THE STATK
TATE OUU PRICES BUT NONE QYOVTQVALAKY JUh I
. FObTSKJd1!113 CREAM-REGULAR 25 CENT QUALITY I
CHOICE OLD TIME MIXED FOR 10 CENTS THE POUND I
CHOICE MIXED NUTS FOR 15 CENTS THE POUND. I
I NICE SOFT SHELLED WALNUTS FOR 20 CENTS THE POUND I
JUMBO PEANUTS FOR 10 CENTS THE POUND.
I TO THE HOUSE OP BAEOAINS. You Will Save Money by TradinK With
People's Co-op Inst.
j LEHI, UTAH
Farmers Will Organize Union
Held l'rclliiiltinrjr Meeting AVi'ilni'Mliiy
Night nnd Adjourned Till Next Silt
Mr. Victor C. FonnoBbcck of Logan,
mot with n nunibor of local furinorB
In tho Lohl Cominerclul club rooms
Wcdnosdny evening to organize a
branch of tlio "Farmers' Society of
Equity," but owing to tho poor adver
tising given It thoro wero fow farm
era out. Tho matter of forming an
organization was explained to thoso
present, who heartily agreed to the
general principles as explained. Tho
Farmers' Society of Equity Is a nation
wldo organization and is Intended to
ultimately Includu ovory farmer In
Amorlca. There are eighteen locals
In Cncho County, and tlioigno at Tie
monton, Hoar Itlver Valloyfhas 370
Tho organization Is for tho purpose
of purchasing farmers' supplies lu
1 whol6saIo lotH, soiling their products
at tho highest market prlco and to
conduct social and educational cam.
i palgna Tor tho bonellt of Kb momhers.
In tho east tho society has hundreds
or thousands or members, and rrom
tho reports shown by Mr. Fonnesbeck
It Is doing a vast amount of good.
Mr. Dornnrd (1. WVbb was elected
sib temporary chairman, and thoro
will bo another mooting Saturday,
Decembor 2Cth, lu tho Cominerclul
club rooms, when It la especially de
sired that ov.nry Tanner lu Lelil will
"The Marriage of Kitty"
Tho "Mnrrlugu of Kitty," product
ion by tho First Ward Dramatic com
pany, produced Saturday night to a
good sized and appreciative audloiieo
lu tho Royal Theatre, proved that '
Lehi has some most excellent theatrl.
eal talent. Miss Eliza Phillips, as
Kitty, and Miss Vera Taylor as the
Peruvian Widow, both looked and act
ed their pnrts. Mr Knight as tho ac
comodating solicitor, and Junius Ua
vl ur tho marrying baronet, could not
vo been much Improved. MIhh Lux
'j jJouthwIck and Abo Phillips. aa tno
accomodating survnuts. helped to
mnko up ono or tho bout shows pro
duced hero lu u long time Come
Lott's Christmas Compliments
Oh! to carry the water from frozon wells,
On tho human temper, Oh! how it tells
With the holiday jingles and holiday rhymes,
Heal good plumbing Is up to tho times.
ruZ xhuV",0 I,!U,nbc ,ms n VCfy brGh' P'n.
That will help Ul0 boy nnd cvory
And tho women, too, we haven't a doubt, j
Will novor feel the lenst bit put out.
To have conveniences In her houso,
How IS BnV. 'T brCnU' ln 8coId,"K hor HPU8e:
w?l C"!P y bUCk0t8 and k0tt,e8 B00 t".
When tho stews are burning or you want to sell. I
A heating plant Lott will soon Install, I
Whenever you say or ask him to call. I
f. you hnvo "o wcubo for very cold feet, 1
" you are only willing expenses to meet.
?!!!!!! I""", th, dCt0rs' you nU w 8ro.
AuTan v'f,rfU ,l!Inr8 th0y w" cut '"n "Poor Me,"
A all you mVo left Is nn awful wall,
With a few Uttlo scars to tell tho sad tale.
will m2 !!u,"lr,;'dItlonnrB W0 nH k,,ow '" wo".
I 1 ,Ka ,I0U' l00k vcry bwoII.
"y M sTni1 T,bl:,B' w'tl1 nxtureB th0 lnte8t-
uy M. S. Lott has been well Instated.
Ho'll estimate free, without charging a dollar ' .1
srjssr, WI.H bo fow' ,,u'8 u "' y " "Sr- I '
with guaranteed workings all made to meet- I
Oh Morgan's the boy to consult about hZ I
"Is tolophono number Is 84 W ' I
Bo you will ll18 ni,nou"onioiit to one nnd to nil, I
ho you m remember where to make tho right call. I
Neit H1C,Cnn0r Lel"' Wfty u" "' Unas C, I
"n,"0,r w,n llU8o nnd work and agree I
I ,u ai' " "f Umt'B. U" nd doo 'ho St 'way, 1
o equal the towns 'way up cinsa A " . t
workr.mrin,t '," ,,0",, "J' " 8Ck,,lt,,1 '"' ' 1
a hard to beat and work that will stand: 1
o .g S," T;0" b0k wh0ie "Pr-loM NWI last 1
"k aftor "' worker Is ono of tho past. 1
Our Haii.tary Piulnb(JI. rea , v
Art, III fI1"1"1 yo,,r r,w " lio true,
Wo eompllmon.s now ho Is wishing tor you.
A Merry Christmas and a Happy Now Year
wiiuSss,;0, ,o,mo ti,row" ,nt u, h'Biu,
""k our kind providence for sending us Morgan. (Adv )