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VOU .M ,.,,, UANNl:u sATUlSA JUY j.. i., 9R
zz: ; ' jyjfW- ' NUMIJER 7 Kfi
I is Sour Fruit Juice
I An Intoxicant or Cider?
important 0,iiciUoii Hnlnotl In lucent
"I liquor Cine l Appcnlfil to District
H Saturday. tin1 two lliiuor cimoa or
Pel M City Ucorfio 1Jcck ,1,,d Lchl
City vs. Frank Smith woro rlcd be-
' f GcorBO Webb nnd n verdict of
"' wllty rendered In both liiBtunecB.
ill I Beck wns fined $125 nnd Smith 150.
I in tho Deck caso tho defendnnt con-
"iB tended that ho wns In tlio vinegar
taslncss nnd the BtutT thnt wns bought
...JB hv Strleby, the detective, wna nothing
I llfl more nor less than sour vinegar, oven
InH If it did contain Bomo alcohol. Mr.
Bock says tlint he has 1,400 gallons
In his cellar of various ngoa, from n
(ew days to sovcral years, lut that
none of It is lit to drink ns a beverage
nt ny more than is l'oruua or Lydla 13.
rinkham's Compound. Ho snys thnt
mo gallons thnt tho officers have
locked up In tho city Jail undor the
1 n(B search and sclzuro raid wns mado from
lumvB cberrfca mashed nnd bojlcd In water
, . ith a littlo sugar in to make the stuff.
M sour, hut thnt It Is Icbb than two
cci(s old, nnd Is no more Ititoxicut
I ne than sweetened water. Ho mnln-
Ulns that though tho product pur
P I chased by Strleby mny hnvo hud some
L alcohol In It, It wns too sour to bo
used for nny other purposo than for
rA" vinegar, and that all fruit vinegar
m hDi somo alcohol In It before It Anally
M reaches tho ago sultablo for use. Tho
cty contends thnt tho BtulT Is being
i'oulnB ,0i,i (or intoxicating purposes and has
been making boys drunk; that any
onul thing containing more than 2 per cent
ibUHB aiCohol Is intoxicating liquor. Tho
tottle purchased by tho detective was
., analyzed by the statu chcinlHt nnd
I contained between 7 nnd 8 per cent
I alcohol. Mr Heck points out thnt the
. i vM chemist's analysis also shows that It
'" juj turned sour Tho question Is
n Tom hen Is fruit juice Intoxicating liquor
and when Is It vinegar? In one case
m It-may ho sold without a llconso for
mailng pickles; In tho other tho von-
" dor Is liable to nrrest for violating
I the liquor law
I In Frank Smith's cases tho testimony
ihoved that one C. P. Strleby wns
I eaploycd by tho city to catch Smith;
I tht Strleby and tho officers wont to
faith's place, nnd while tho officers
stood on tho street opposlto Smith's
I home, Strleby went in and purchased
'and drank a bottle of beer. Tho ofll.
II cers corroborated Strleby'a teotl-
moor to the extent or looking through
the open door and seeing him drink
the beer, They also smclled beer on
I hk, breath when ho enmo out, ' Mr.
Mwsjtftput lu no iMpuna,Hb;Uf amavia
MfflrploA-of not gulUyTheTiustIce
PWl tordlcl of guilty nnd hffixed ii
Uae of J150.
. There seems to havo been an un
dtrstandlug. at least on Smith's pnrt,
that If the city would not push tho
cue against his wife, who Is nlso
under arrest for a similar offense,
that he would not appeal to tho dis
trict court, but would pay his. fine.
Mrs. Smith U 111, and Just prior to
r husband's trial tho officers .went
to her homo nnd she entered n plen
Alter tho trial tho officers agnln
nt to her home and ngrced to Jlno
her (50 provided her husband would
P7 1150, making $200 In all. the
tf says that Mrs. Smith, having
- fd guilty, $50 Is tho least fine
ttran bo nfftxed In her caso. Smith
sjbsjM k that by pushing her case the city
mi broken a tacit agreement, so ho
Mssppealed the case nnd given bonds
M m try out the Issues In tho dls
la the meantime Mrs. Smith re
nMunseiitcnccd, though having cn
ed a plea of guilty.
asonabl. jQyjn fo
J3? cl.c.au tow" fommitteo held a
S.v..?.thl8 u,'k "a tok stock of
S .?. now R0I"B 0I- Tllc rcsponsu
",I e.Poplo generally hns been su
auntbuie that the commltteo Is ot
haMBst own'on that l.ohl stunds more
n Thl, w cu chanco of winning out.
- IkuX. ,llp cil80 tl10 commltteo
It li u '?. Rct "lt0 tho light for nil
miIim. . ' .nml UH0 UV0l-y Inllui-nct
K. t0 llau' tm remuinlng fow
come l 80 Ul,,t wlu, lll Jl,R8
IU i,,.. e "m lll0,,th ovu"y ""me
"' pass muster
' Used it 0fl?On,'"lBh H'i' desired results
" "ore L.vl,m"Mnrsr t0 ,mVo "HMf
them. ? .y' so llu' L'oinmlttco hit on
la sX. filvn ,l 'cn town ball
wt Frl.,oiml"r tlnncliiB ncndeinj
orkli,p ' ",Kl" '''I'o 'oinmlttee Is
.r .mil His ta?tv" b0,"u' Hl,w'lul rontures foi
hill mim' aml " lH tl'ought thnt tht
" 1 crowded to Its cnpnclty.
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. B"ATW.;. KVANS mil SAY.
""'!'r 'AeUnii!8t l8bU0 Wo Bvo ii icpon
. r :" ec i&w'I'-l'niKTOBilVQ com-
SeEjILn rl,,w ,,,ovo llor"1'' "
lUh S, f,.om lll north end ot
'I Tli ; ,a. ,0 Btl' ,lt thlH meet
K's ?.P "li,lli8 creclltfcl to 15
S W taw1111,11 "!' '"Juatlce. us wuli
Ji I iV'ti,!'111.'-;11 with Mr. Kvnnn w.
I frtm 1,1 rt'rt'ri,"'K to till) Hlllllli
E hl Winiiu , ? humo r "8 ""' r'
I iri ' '" !,""(,,l tlit ' Hi-
-tJ " of ," "r "' tm-lff nnd tho lay
a! ftiii,, .T ""'ii off would militate
"'"KOlM ,I'i"ty '" ''111. UUlC'HH the
. J trri '""'"''y sy that In milk-
"M ,, ,"10,l ' "'" I'liiorliiK men
: 5lay ln'1,,"1'11''1 t Ho did
- ai ll" uHBur conijinuy wns
Inylng Its men off for political effect
ho church Interests were buy
nrge blocks of stock In face o t e
tr it reduction, the people would see
lint the sugar business was not going
to pieces, nt least fqr tl,t. urcuoiit
Sidewalk Contract Relet
To Greene Construction Co,
Assigned, Houcut, to Loni rrlll(
niio Dill nu. MorK-t'onstrue.
Hon t ( (iiinueuct) e.l vck.
A special session of tho city council
wns held Saturday, at which the let
ting of thu sidewalk paving contract
let to Foatherstono & Ilolmstead, nt
tho regular session, was withdrawn
and let to tho Qreeue Construction
company of Tooele.
At tho tlmo of letting the contract
t was known that on the speclllcntlons
Urecno wns low man, but utter chang
ing the cross-wnlk from live to seven
feet wide It was thought thnt the
local bidders were low nien.11 How
ever, on going more Into dctiill in
tlgur ng out the estlmntes, It wus
found that tho Tooele men were low
by about $15.40. Tho walks will cost
n lltllo over $S,000.
After tho'contract was let to Greene
ho assigned It to Feuthorstono ii.
Holmstcad, so after all the local men
will do the work, and all tho money,
except thnt which goes for cement,
will bo kept lu Lehl.
"Work on the walks will be com
menced next Monday, and as much ns
possible property owners who have to
pay for It will be given Jobs hauling
gravel and laying the concrete. It
will require nbout one month to put
the wnlks In.
Tho thrashing season opened hero
iaBt Monday. Lartdr's outfit opened
tho season by thrashing thu dry grain
lor it. V. Drown and II. C. Holbrook
nbovo Dull Hlver. Tho yield Is run
ning unusually high, and tho Turkey
lied wheat Bold for 75 cents per
bushel f. o. b., Lchl Junction, tho
buyer, furnishing tho sacks. This
first shipment went to Hustler's mill
lu Salt Lake county
It Is understood tiinUuuother dealer
has contracted with onb grower to pay
llVi conts per bushel for 0,000 hush
els of Turkey Red wheat. -J
t'fcUdESMlwxQiuuiC!iVi '"" mt' tor
tho cnuofiioxt week thero will bo n
half dozen mnchlncs humming. It is
estimated that there will be 100,000
bushols of Turkey Hod wheat raised
this season In this vicinity, besides
nearly ns much moro Irrigated wheat.
uoys' 1'i.rii iiiki: is
i'OS'ITOXLD TILL .MONDAY
Tho boys' agricultural clubs of Lehl
nnd l'lensant firmo, who were plan
ning to make u big hike nhd Inspec
tion trip Tuesday and Wednesday, ilid
not mako It on nccount of the rain.
The trip planned wns to have Includ
ed a visit to several farms In the
upper Holds, u hike oor Jordan, cross
ing the liver on tho interurban bridge,
a visit to tho dry farms, tho l'awneo
fruit farm, lunch at Cold Springs, uu
Inspection of Ilolmstcad's poultry
farm, visits to farms lu tho old Held,
with suppor and camp at the grove on
Kdwnrd Southwlck's farm on Utah
lake. Deforo supper the plan In
cluded a swim In tho lake, ami then
jooklng their beefsteak on green
sticks over tin open ilro In true cow
boy stylo. At night they would roll
ip lu their blankets on the sands of
he bench. Next day they Intended
isltlng somo dairy herds, more corn
and potato fields. '' c'os" lnc tr'1'
vlth an examination of some of the
fruit farms nbovo town.
There are nbout seventy-nte nojs,
-nnglng In ages from 12 to 10 yean.,
.vho Intend making tho trip, ho
-ero to hnvo been accompanied i
r'rul'.tfsors Uennlon and Hanks of the
rlil high school, and by '.'rofessor
Stlnor of tho U. of U.
If tho weather permits I ho hoys will
nuke the hike next Monday.
1(1 .IOIIIIA.X IMVKll I'M1'! ,
XOT TO OI'LUATi: THIS i:.VH
Tho big pumps at the head of Jor
dan Diver will roiuiiln idle all th
loason. The lake still rfin.ilnB bo e
onipromlBO point, which enables the
rl" to draw olf by Bnlty from
,o lake's surface all tliow lor -jessary
for tho farmers of Salt Lul
" ounty. The normal How of the rlu-i
now Is over 700 second feet, n.akl g
J80 goo.l Iiilgatlng, s reams, I e
ilko'a level Is slowly tailing at the
ato of from one-fourth to one-halt
irh ner duy, but as the hi inns
?or wuter, so thnt tlieuleniaud lb , o
y'growllig less us the season In-creases,
',:m MAN jSShtmm. MA'ir.1
Alex. Christofferson will rjJ
,U1, Fireman Nelson o the ba'.,
ire department at 'resto I, li .il
Ifnlr has b'-eii widely mlv ertls 1 uu
,o outcome will bo wnfhe U In
nest. NoIhoii weighs ' "
'..udHund ChilHtofferso.. ah oil
.uiulH heavier Nw"'1"1" VL 'er il
most every day In the ' "..'J, '
unntlis ago he hml noven, r bs K
, 1,1,1, possibly mas mltlntn "n'""1
, ,',' Should ChrlHlofTeiHon hnlrt M
."ii and win the miilrli an elfoi l
o n'ml" to pull off n future match be.
auii tho two "t LcU''
All In Readiness 'm
I'lauier (elelirallnn (o ll0 I'ullfoT
Interest from llnjbreiik trntll 3llil?
I'loneer Iny will ,c duly ccIebrnW
by a serenading of tho city by-JliK
band, u program In tho Tiibortiacljf
sports nnd games and u big linllfniSa
In tho afternoon nt tho City Epw
and closing of tho day's festivttffi
with a grand ball lu SniuliiVljaoJj
dancing academy at night. licjj!u
this thuro will be tho baud coifct
in the band stand ul Wines PnrtonfS
the kiddles ir. looking forward ttiBlf?
balloon ascension and tho firing ofEljff
big pile or trees at Wines I'urk.'uS
baseball game wll be with the KaEjffl
of Salt Lake City, who rccentlSwjM
rented the Salt Luke Hardwnru'itwffi,
nnd reported to bo the boBt teaman
the Salt Lake City league 4jp
The following program will bo glvejii!
lu the Tubornacle at 10:110: $jW
Opening selection Silver Hand
Invocation W. K. OuFriTM
MtiBlcal iiunibers under tho dlrccllofi
of Mrs. Lulu Anderson. japj
Kulogy of I'loueora V. Southwlck;
Selection Silver UniMj'
Oration . . . . I'resldeut A. J, KvaiiR.
Ladles' chorus ?5S
Selection Silver- Dand
Many are planning to go to tho Sara?
toga Springs, where the maiiageuiont)
Is prepnrlng u special entertainment!
for the big crowd expected. 3K;
SA('l!i:i dam CONCIIDT JE
to it i:(jivi:n i:yi:ky suniuV
Sunday aftinuoon the Lehl sllve?,
baud commenced giving sacred coni
certs at Wines Turk. It Is undg
stood that theso Sunday nfteruoon
concerts aro to bo a regular thfitg
during the summer months. Tho p'no
last Sunday was well attended anU,
futuic ones will undoubtedly, grow "In
Till: HAM) t'OM'L'KT. "'Ij
Thu John T. llund concert given
Saturday night In tho Tabernacle -vPSS
ouo of the best musical imtcrluliJS
nionts given lu Lehl this year Mj
Hand was nt his best, Miss AuderUn
niiilutalncd her aiUerMs.'d reputation
as being "Utah's, nightingale," Jujyl
.'ituHSon,, formerly of Lehl, surnjJVci
Ily encored. Tho other numbers were
nil enthusiastically received.
HO.Mi: l.'t'ONO.MICS I'HOdltAM.
At the meeting of the Home lo
nomlcs Club, which wit he held In
the grammar grades school building
Mondny evening. July 27, at b o'clock,
there will bo a demonstration or pre
served fruit nnd Jollies by Mrs. T. 1
Klrkhani, Mrs. J. i:. Cotter and Mrs
Jharles Ohran, and an ojien discussion
on the best methods of pieservlug
trull by them embers.
Heading from "A Montessoii Moth
er," by Mrs. S. L. Stookey. Solo b)
Saratoga Springs last Sunday was
axed to Its eapaclty to take can- or
the big crowd. The grounds and
street were completely filled with
automobiles from Salt Lake City and
dlflorenl parts of Utah county Ic
sides the many who go from thli Io
f z -- A Quick
V5 i ii'ii.ii ii iHiTi PElGGll'ic
'L'ho ck'cU'ii' i i-' l M
WtlVh I 111' fUSK'sl a. &
In t'ooktnjLj U is jtl.M) tin'
lllOht I'OllVl'llil'Ilt, t'K'ini J
est ami Iwisl cmh'Iimvo
II THE ELECTRIC
I GRILL I
1 is tlio iiU-rouml cook-
1 in ilovifc that hid In'
11 iihcil In 'Vi'i'N nii'DiIii'i m
ll of tlio laniih. l'i" fl
I mill lot U-- (lomoD-tiuU' j
il Utah Power
I & Light Co. I
nj?.!,.!' '" '"'""''"R ll"' most j.op- i
iwiii . "? ',r, ''"'"I'lnK In the
l I? it ' .,0m",K "",l IK
'' y. 1 W inobaWn tlml Jul)
lll s.... the ivrord dny ft. ii. nr
ulh "1,l.':h" ,,r'"'w" ,0 ''", ''".
towu """1"1,m r i-IIIto and
To See Ourselves As
Others See Us
'Hie lolloMlng edllnrl.il from the
.il Lake Heiald-ltepubllean Indicates
"'I kind ot npuliitlon the clean town
moteineiii , guing us outside;
wilt Lukr may be a Utile late In
entering the clean town contest that
ms aroused liiieu-Hi all over tho stale,
nut the men at II) head of the local
movement promise Hint they will
make mi oim utiisl,.
"In hoiiii i iiIph of the state, thanks
u the t nib l)(clopment League cam
piilgn, tin. mm, who glows weeds lu
front or bin residence Is looked on
with llmipi)ioul by the whole com
munity Thanks to the automobile,
though, some of the most successful
weed growers lu Salt Lake aro able to
sec how Lehl ami other towns down
State street can make homes ultrnc
llvo. A few piosecutions lu Salt Lake
may also help some, but public senti
ment s better than legal compulsion.
It .does n man and the community
moro good for him to get lu a bath
tub for n henii voluntary scrub than
to nricst him and turn on tho hose "
V.Ipu lu the market for lumber call
on l'eoplc's Co-op. Our stock Is al
ways complete. Our titoclc U or excep
tional iiallty. Our price! Just ilgl t
. CANDY fllltLS NOTICi:. j
All girls wishing to enter the candy
uontost under the supervision or tho I
M. I. A. will meet nt tho grammar
grades school building Monday after
noon, July 'il, at 1 o'clock. I'lcase
como nud bring nil of your friends.
Urfng pencil nnd paper.
"I.IIIII A (i(D)D I'LACi: TO LIYL."
That the slogan, "Lehl Is u good
; place to live, was well clioBon Is
proven by the fact that during tho
, tibnth of June there wore thirteen
"Ijfhlis lu Lchl nud but one dentil. Lehl I
Is ii.iiiBUiilly free from contagious dl
30.1HCS, nnd with the clonii town move
ment thoroughly carried out, tho city
will bo kept free.
Ml I I ' M
Cull and see that beautiful Due ot
oriOjiiiTiiiSTS to jii:i:t ix li:hi.
Tho Utah Association of Optomet
rists will probably hold their nnuuiil
outing at Saratoga Springs early in
August. Kruest Webb Is u member of
tho association ami has Invited tlu-m
o meet at Lehl. D they come they
will bring their wives.
'stiiiooL ci:nsi's n.iin,i:Ti:i.
ICnrl Hopkins completed the school
eoTTsus.for the Lehl school district on
Tuosduy. It shows u total of 1,101 In
tlioidlstrlct, of whom 010 are boys uud
GSl.uio girls This Is an Increase of
twenty-six over last year's figures or
Tito Bchool boaid met Tuesday ee
iilUKJaud orgiinlzcd, with George A.
Uuales chulriiiiiu, S. I. Goodwill secre
tnryuud Leonnrd Peterson treasuiei
Th'o board will make a visit to all
iha.buildlngs next week and see what
lufiigoH, If nny nro necessary
Mlf&IONAKY UIYi:S' 1MHMJKAM.
Tho Missionary Wives nud l'.uents
,llj meet at the home of llrother nud
;ist6r .1. M. Klrkhuin. July :). Ail
Iress or welcome, llrother J. M. Kirk
i.un; song, Miss Maud Klrkhuin; let
'r reading, Sister Kate Allred; lu
ii'uinoutnl, Maiihu Kirkhani; liumor
ms reading. S. I Goodwin ; recitation,
tohu Woodhouse; letter reading, Sls
tr Aiiulo Goates, Defroshments.
INSTRUCTIONS AS TO
MAKING FINAL PROOF
iilniufn On llnl.irged Diuuesteiids
Mnj Now I'roio l'.
oniulals of the Salt Lake I'nited
tnto laud otUee havo received In
ductions from the general land olllce
i Wushliigtoii relative to the method
.1 innklng llual pioof upon entries
ntler" section I! of the enlarged hoine-
,tad net. Many entries made under
:.ai not live yeurs ngo me about due
tor final proof, nnd the Instructions
ne thurofore timely, lu He" f "'"
i ahluiicu provision of other hoiuu
i. od 'entry reiiulrenieuts, the entry-
iiiiui Is rouulrcd to bhow that he has
-vtd near enough to his homestead to
tsoiiully supeivise tho reclamation
of Iho land. It Is required that dur-
,,tho second year one-eighth r tin
,il ureii or the laud bo leclalmed.
,inl that during each of the bird.
HiuiHi and lifth years ono-fpurth ol
:,. laud bo brought under cultlvnilon
, i di those requirements satlslled, mm
thpr quystlQiis satlsfactoiily answer
i Ciuil proof for the entry will Issue
Via Oregon Short Line Very low
...mil trip" rates from Hull ami Idaho
uln lo CnnUlou, Lethbrldge, Ma-
, .it, Huymoud, Spring C'mnee and
iillists; Sea O S. L. agents for pnr-
, firs or write U. K. ltWf.aon
,1 Agt.,Salt Lake City, flab Mai;
rly reservations Kxcuralou train
111 lenvo Salt Lako City -"05 p in
WJBt 4th 18'Jl
our' first shipment of new" fall" rugs is ! H(
NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR CARPET DEPART. W
MENT.OALL and inspect the H
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS. " H
THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. THE PATTERNS ' U
ARE UP-TO-DATE. AND THE PRICES M
ARE RIGHT AND WILL PLEASE ;iB
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT h
Peoples. Go-op Inst. ;; 1
The Busy Department Storo on Stato Street ' W
LEHI, UTAH. ! 1
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Automobile, Motorcycle General Ropairinff, I (
and Vulcanizinp;, I .l
Bicycle Accessories. . Gasoline and Oils. I i
.CUTLER GARAGE I 4,:.
State Strcot I lv )
LEHI, UTAH I Jf? ii'
I Phone 12-2 Rinpts. Adjoining Reltuc Inn I ilia ' Ik
j A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP I, ilS'.l
Wo Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling I ' A
, Automobiles During tho Winter Season. I . ,' tf '1
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