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LhtiJ WAMWBt SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1914. ' NUMBER 32 U$ffll
I Death Claims
'I ' Estimable Woman
!l Mr8. Emma Mulllner, Who Has Been
n Great Sufferer From Heart
I Trouble, Passes Away Early Tucs.
I day Morning;.
2 Mr. Erama Mulllner, wife of Mr.
V I D. Y. Mulllner, passed away Tuesday
II morning after an Illness of over two
ears of heart trouble. For the past
I several months bIio has been bed-
fnst and the end was not unexpected.1
I Mrs. Mulllner has lived In Lehi most
of her life, but has moved around a
I great deal with her husband. She
I leaves a husband and one son, Lazellc,
I who Is a grown young man. Her
I other surviving relatives arei hor par-
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Child,
I Prof O. N. Child, Francis Child and
I H J. Child, brothers, and Mrs. Loulso
a I Rhodes, Mrs. Eva Robson and Mrs.
1 I Delia Hanson, sisters.
Funeral sorvlccs were held In the
I Tabornaclo In Thursday Morning at
I cloven o'clock.
Joseph Anderson of tho First Ward
I bishopric presided at tho services, the
J I speakers wcro: Dr. H. C. Holbrook,
odj I Dr- p D Worlton. Edward Southwlok
o a I alul 0corS Schow. Solos wero rend
tot- I cml by ArtIlUr Livingston and Mra.
,c9 M. S. Lott.
iuid I her life, was road:
le "Mrs. Emma Mulllner, daughter of
'uW I John J. and Elizabeth A. Child, was
I born In St. John, Tooele County, Utah,
I July 30, 18C6. Sho camo to Lehl with
her parcntB'to llvo when nine years of
I aB' wuero su Brc,w t0 womanhood,
I taking an nctivo part In church and
I social affairs.
ma I Sho was married to B. Y. Mulllner
II October 24, 1883. To them have been
born four children, thrco of whom
died at birth or in early childhood,
I leaving onci surviving son, now 21
I years of age.
Although Mrs. Mulllncr's health has
been unsatisfactory for several years,
I it Is only during tho past few months
I sho hns been confined to her bed.
In splto of,. physical handicap abc.
was an active' worker in the church,
It having, jacted JfaSf fnday School
I teacher, as supervisor of hand work
I In tho Primary Associations of the
I four wards of Lehl, and as teacher
I In tho Relief Socloty.
I Mrs. Mulllner lived n pure, fhlth-
I ful and useful life. Through her frail
I body worked n beautiful spirit, ever
I full of hopo and good cheer, radiant
I I with tender love and making friends
mJ I with all whose good fortuno It was
to know hex.
0 I Sho died 3:35 a. m., Dccembor 8,
I I 1914, age 48 years, 4 months and 8
I I days. Hor husband and son, both par
ty cuts, thrco sisters and three brothers
I survive her."
' I Lehi High School
I Student Scores Success
I Illaino Wines, n sou of Ira D. Wines
I and it graduato of the Lehi High
1 I School, ;iow n student In tho Lei and
I Stanford, Jr., Unlvorsity nt Palo Alto,
California, has attained high emln-
mg I I I
1 1 Merry Xmas
i everyone wants to make
I SOMEONE ELSE
I TO DO THIS, LET US MAKE OUR
(HITS OP YALUE AND
I LASTING QUALITY.
I Nh) nut make It a vtntch?. I hnre
I some of the must beautiful do
r- I slt'n'. and the Prices nro the
I Kicrj Mutch or nny other nrtlclo sold
" I l) mo Is gmiruutecd to ghe en
B tire Hiilhfuetlon.
,H I'm- are a few other siiKgestlons
t,u I A Hinp, Hrncelet, Fob, Scarf Pin,
'"' I Toilet Set, Cut Glass, or some-
r I t 111 ii 15- in (ho Slhcrwnre line.
,5 ( U'1' AND SEE MY LINE-IT'S A
r,. :B l'LUASl'lti: TO SHOW THE
' GOODS I HA YE.
1 I Ernest N- Webb
:.J K Jeweler and Optlmetriit
M B Mul" ,Stml u', D,nu
1 9 H jt.1 ,
ence in the, foot ball world. Ho has
not only a position on tho Stanford
Unlvorsity foot ball team, but ho Is
ono of tho foot ball players of tho
United States colleges who has mado
tho all American foot ball team. His
many friends hero wilt bo pleased to
learn of tho honor ho has earned by
being named ono of the best foot ball
player In American
City Couucll Defers Action and Mat
ters Will Bo Adjusted-Irrigation
Company Will Bo Asked to Take
Care Of 'All Bridges.
Tho City Council met in regular
sesclon Tuesday evening, Mayor Gur
noy and all tho councllmon being pro
Luthor Coatos offered to trado the
city a gravel bod for the ono owned
by tho city. It appears that tho city's
bed contains too largo a porcontago
of sand, so the council voted to visit
tho Coatcs' bed and a trado may re
sult. Elraor Peterson submitted a propo
sition to put In a hopper in the. city
Jail for $39. Tho matter waa roferred
to tho commlttoo on prison with pow
er to act.
Recorder Fyffo asked whether he
should send City Attorney A. J. Evans
his monthly salary, Mr. Evans being
out of the state. Tho council decldod
not to pay the attorney during his
The question of the resignation of
John Cooper as flro chief was taken
up. There is a peculiar status re.
garding the affair. It appears that
Chlf Cooper has resigned to the de
partment, but refuses to resign to the
mayor because tho department re
fuses to elvo him the material for a
report. The department, In a com
munication, stated that they " dd not
know one John .Cooper," and rather
than give htm any report, Iganptter
Its "TeBlguatlohinr a body, tho
resignation, to take effect January 1.
Tho whole matter was referred to tho
Mayor and tho committee on flro de
partment with power to act. If tho
department stands firm, Chief Cooper
will have to get Information for his
report from another source.
Councilman Evans reported that ho
and Councilman Wing had mado In
vestigation regarding tho practice of
I Irrigation companion in other cities,
and found that tho rule Is for tho
Irrigation companies to maintain nil
1 the culverts and bridges within the
city UmltB. The council will prob
nbly hold a conjoint meeting with tho
board of tho irrigation company, and
If tho mattor caunot bo satisfactorily
adjusted, litigation may ensue. In tho
meantime Mayor Curacy and Council
man Wing wero appointed to look up
the, legal phase of tho mattor.
A motion was carried that five
lights bo placed on tho State Road,
running west from Carter's hall, one
on tho corner near George Zimmer
man's placo and one In tho front of
W. B. Evans' home.
Councilman Gilchrist was authoriz
ed to have tho brush removed from
tho sidewalk adjoining the Thomas
Tho report of Engineer Jones was
read, showing that Feathorstono and
Holmstead hnd completed tho side
walk contract at a cost, of $8,117.94.
Tho balanco of $3,300 duo them was
Tho usual budget of bills was pre
sented and allowed.
Marriage ot Kitty
The "Marriage, or Kitty" tonight ot
tho Royal Theatre promises to bo ono
of tho theatrical treats of tho season.
The play is ono of tho best comedies
for homo thcatrjcnls, and tho charac
ter of tho playora assures a high class
performance. Tho advance sale of ro.
sorved seatB assures a good attend
ance. Following la tho cast of character:
Mr CravcrH (A Lawyer) W. A Knight
Sir Reginald HoIbIzo ..Junius Davis
Hampton (A Clerk) ....Aim Phillips
Narbury (A Servant) ...Abo Phillips
Helen D. Semlono Vera Tnylor
Rosalie (French Maid)
Klttlo KHz" Phillips
Gruesome Find Of
Old Soldiers' Bonis
Dry Farmers In Cedar Valley Plow
Up the Roues Of Soldiers Whi
Came With Johnson's Array. '
While plowing on his dry farm lti
Cedar Valley this wcok Edward South!
wick plowed up what presumably In
tho bones or remains of two soldiers
from Johnson's army. Tho remains
wero only about ono and n half fee?
under tho surface, but It Is supposed)
that floods and erosion of time may!
have, brought tho graves much near
or the Buface than they wore original
ly. Tho boxes, clothing, etc., had de
cayed entirely. Nothing remained ex
cept some of the, bones and the nalin
at tho corner of tho coffins. The nalli'
wero those of tho kind used sixty,
Mr. South wick's farm Include
Crittenden Dench, the exact locating;
whore. Johnson's, army camped for vtk
first Blx months after coming to Utah,
In tho spring or 1859. During thisv
tlmo several of the soldiers died awl4
It ta presumed that it Is somo of thiewl
BOldlors that wcro plowed up. Early;
settlers relate tho story that whll4
oamped hero, one ot tho Boldelrs ateta
$5,000 In gold. Ho was court martial!
ed, convicted and shot for tho crifee
but tho hiding placo of tho goldyai1
novor discovered. fff
For Early PiMKf
Orln P. Rockwell, Who Died ItiJifAt
City last Week, Burled Ih
Lehl Saturday. ','Nk
Orln Rockwell, whoso death','wair
printed In our last Issue, was brougki
to Lehl for burial Saturday. Funeral
services wcro hold In the First War
Meeting House, George Schow ot the
bishopric presiding. The speakers,
of the early llfo of the deceased and
his generous nature Solos wero sung
by Miss MnrVol Taylor who sang "My
Heavenly Father Knows," nnd by Miss
Hazel Goates who sang "Tho Benutl
ful City." Tho opening prayer was
by D. W. Brown and tho bonedlctlon
by Bishop Henry Lowls.
There, wore beautiful flornl tributes
and many friends from outside towns.
All his living children, excepting Hor
ace, wcro present.
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JiiK Warehouse Completed
The now warehouse at tho Bugar
factory was completed this week. It
has an iron farmo work on a coment
foundation with sides and roof mado
of galvanized sheet iron. Tho floor
What could bo bettor for a loving
Christmas present or to decorate your
Christmas dinner table than a beauti
ful bunch of flowers, fresh with per
fume from our now
Wo have all colors ot $1.25 per doz.
Pink, Dark Pink and White $1.00 per
Christmas Red per doz. $1.25.
SNAP DRAGONS, Pink, Rose, Red
and Whlto, per dozen $1.00.
And SWEETEST of all SWEET PEAS
35 cents per bunch.
Greon enough to look nice, no charge
Lot us hnvo your orders early and
wo will bo surci to snvo thorn for you.
Wo moko a specialty of shipping
flowora for all occasions all over tho
Telephone iir jour orders. We
nlll deliver promptly.
Lehi FLORAL Co.
Toltphoue SO.lU'd, We Will Bo the
ii iniBiiMMM mraBiilri
Mjthe only part built of wood. It i
!W hold fourteen million pounds of
Hpar nnd Is being rapidly filled Up
Bt Bugor was being stacked In tho
By building as fast aa tho Bides and
R wwo put on, bo that when tho
Hiding was completed and tho west
HH enclosed, It waa already pretty
Hi filled up.
fgjwp to dnto 27 million pounds
Sfiwugar has been made this year,
Mf larger part of which Is stored in
Wfactory warehouses. It Is ostl
MVted that tho factory will continue
Buying till January beforo tho pre
lcampalgn Is over.
II Claims a Victim
Kgvcr In Lchl's history has there
HjKfso many cases of bronchitis,
IBi.and pneumonia among the, chll
IJHv It i3 epidemic. Hardy a
UWX of children Is being missed.
raDoctors nro all being Worked
HKtlmo. Tho school attendance Is
IEg affected. So far, however, tho
HEjtjcs have been few.
Hh flve-months-old baby ot Mr.
BIr9, W. W. Dlckerson died from
IHKatt&ck of bronchial-pneumonia
IBmay morning after suffering for
BKl days. Funeral services wero
jHurom tho Third Ward Meeting
Kr Monday afternoon. Bishop
Hv Lowis presided at the services.
HKfothtx speakers wero Joseph
Hfton, John E. Jones, Gcorgo
HC'and S. I. Goodwin. John Rob
HEtvo tho opening prayer and Win.
llUfrlck the benediction. Solos
JHnsung by Dorcta Turner and
dflBe' Fox, and a duet by Mary E.
tHVand Fern Hensou.
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fflEp stx-ycar-old son ot Mr. and
i BiifefcMlchnel Brown, who was shot
&?' breast with a 22 bullet two
' gMBfr'aKo.jB now considered out of
i Bill though the -bullet baa .not .yet
I Mrs. Frances RIchoy lias been vory
; 111 with pneumonia this week.
The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Phil
lips, which was very low with an at
tack of pneumonia last week, 1b Im
proving. Mr. and Mrs. Asa J. Clark's baby
had a severe attack of bronchitis
early In the- week, necessitating n
visit of tho family physician.
Grant Larson has boen very low
for tho past week. A rumor stating
that ho had died gained wide circula
tion. Mr M. W. Ingalls, whoso Illness
last week greatly alarmed his friends,
Is now apparently making steady pro
gress along tho rood to recovery.
Miss Lenth Whlpplo, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Whipple, under
went a successful operation for ap
pendicitis at tho Lehl hospital Tues
Among tho babies suffering this
week fnmvtho bronchitis epidemic are
those, of Wm. Goates, Ell Batcholor,
Joseph Glover, Wm. Gurncy, Millard
Roborts, Ezra Gray, Jesso Robinson,
MIbs Melba Goates was out of school
Beoral days -this week with lagrlppe.
Win. Austin, who underwent an op
eration for appendicitis Bovcral weeks
ago, has been taken homo from tho
Mra. John Cooper was on tho sick
soveral days this week.
Mr. Alex Brown was oft work sev
eral dajs this week because, of IUiicbb.
if ... , .
The llttlo4son of Mr. nnd Mrs, L. A
Olmstead ia 111 with rheumatism.
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An X-Ray", photograph revealed the
location o"4tho 22 bullet with which
young NloljjBrown waa shot, but as it
Is not in U' dangoroua location, tho
doctors de'clded not to remove It nt
Mra J 15. Jones, who Iuir been Buf
fering fromJ,gnll Btonos early In tho
week, Ib Improving.
Mrs Jeasep-N. Smith, who was 111
7lth a Bovoni case of nulusoy, Ib now
1 1 1 "$mEF I "S I Ryal Theatre Tonight
BIG XMAS SALE I 1
Now On M
Prices that are moving a lot of :m
merchandise. Furs, Coats, Suits W&m
and Skirts are being closed out re- pl
gardless of cost and at a big sacri- M
MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE gS
A seasonable time to buy Over-1 &19
coats, Suits and furnishings. I p
A choice line of fancy groceries, I I
Candies, Oranges, Bananas, Figs, I pj
Raisins, Candied Peels and flavor-
ings. Do your Xmas trading early, mm
don't wait until the last day, but p
do it at "
People's. Go-op Inst h
Tho Busy Store on State Street wWSt
LEHI, UTAH. il9
Orem Interurban m
ELECTRIC SERVICE ' SALT LAKE TO PROVO HP
SIXTEEN ALL Dally Freight SAFE, COHVKNISNT, 4En
STEEL TRAINS Scnrice Between CLEAN, -WSL
EYERT DAT. All Points. COMFORTABLE -IS&M
USE THE "GOOD SERVICE" LINE H
Mileage books, good also on Salt Lako & Ogden and Ogden Rapid Tranilt, StwKB
for sale at all stations. ' &M)M
Orem Express, cheaper than Parcols Post, opcratoa on all tralna. i K$lfy
" LEHI I WS&
I . .DepartforJProTo , r lu.' Depart for BaltXake HU
10:48 a. m. 10:32 a. m. wtfm.
1:48 p. m. 1!32 p, m. EUln
4:48 p. m 4:32 p. m. Wt&fini
0:48 p. m. 6:32 p. m. Xm
9:48 p. m. 3:32 p. m. KSeSS
12:48 a. m. ' 11:46 p. m. inll
AMERICAN FORK J3BB
Depart for Proto Deport for Salt Lak'n fiffSB
7:56 a. m 7:24 n. in,' EbSjI
8:66 a. m. 8:20 a. m. ItriM
10:G6 n. m. 10:23 n. in. Wmm
1:56 p. m. 1:23 p. m- Kl
4:66 p. in 4:23 p, m. HaMa
0:56 p. m. 6:23 p. in. mmR
0:5G p. in. 9:23 p. m, K'lSI
12:50 n. m. 11:40 p.'m. WsjlM
PLEASANT GItOYE WoB
Depart for Proio Depart for Salt Lake aflfH
8:02 a. m. 7:13 a. ni. wHH
9:04 a. m. 8:10 n. m. S'B
11:04 a. m. 10:13 a. in. EtflSI
2:04 p. m. 1:13 p. m. nfli
5:04, p. m. 4:13 p. in. kIH
7:04 p. in. 6:13 p. in. lT$9l
10:04 p. m. 9:13 p. m. WffiM
1:04 a. m. 11:31 p. m. wfH
RIDE AND SHIP VIA OREM LINE. NO SMOKE. NO CINDERS. NO DELAYS. ,P&
Mr. John College and Miss Nina
Andrcason wero married Tuesday. A
wedding supper was given In the
evening In their honor nt tho homo of
tho bride's pnronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos.
Andrcaeon. Tho following night Mr.
Collego and Nophl Slater, Jr., tho lat
ter being married last wcok, conjoint
ly gave a wedding ball in Carter's
Lehl Hoy In Mexican Wntem
A recent lettor from Raymond
Whlpplo Btates that his ahtp Is again
anchored lu Mnzatalan Bay, on tho
west coast of Mexico, where ho ate
Thanksgiving dinner. A souvcnlcr
card gives a description ot tho day's
program and tho Thanksgiving menu.
Ho hns now been In tho service two
years nnd Is enjoying It to tho utinoBt
Emmctt Hnlsoy, n son of J, F. Holsoy,
Is tin tho same ship.
A Plensnut Place to Visit
One. of tho pleasant places to visit
these bleak wlntory days la tho homo
tho tho Lehl Floral company. Fow
plocos In Utah hno a better collec
tion of iosob, conmlloiiB and ferns
The new double, heating plnut per
mits the glowing of rosua to perfec
tion. The company Is building up a
largo buslnoBB In Eureka and San
peto County This week 100 rosoa
woie sent to Nephl ni'd 150 carnations
to PltvaHant Oiwe
JAPENESE MEDICINE MAN 13
KOGA UACTEIA GERM IjH.
DESTROYER ' iKl
For soro throats, heart troublo, con- WSi
sumption, cough aud fresh cuts.. W
DLA0K TOGO III
For soro backs, rheumatism, dropsy, Mglg!
eczema, goltro or "big neck" and to jEffi
stop pain. '
GEORGE A. KOGA fli
Phone 31 QH!
P. O. DOX 362 LEHI, UTAH ,' H
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Cement Products ft
At Schow & Schow's m
Cement Plpo furnished In uny Z'k
ijuantlty In the following sizes: 3 "JSr
8-ln, 12-ln, 15-iu. 18-ln, 20-In. and i
30-In. Quaranteeed no better mado. ffl" jE
Cement blocks mado to order. Do '"ffi
foro going elsowhero boo v
SCHOW & SCHOW m
, for prices, j M,
Phono 84-.1 Lohi, Utah j
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The Hauuer WHiit lour Job prlut- K
lug .Messrs Huslness Mnn, Profession. 1 "&
al Man and Eiery Day Cltlicn. 28-lt -" K
First Ward Tickets I m
Dramatic Co. 20, 30, 40 cents m