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1 THE LEra BANNRR 1
1XXI11, UCHI IJANNER SATUKbAYjf JebcKCK 19, 19Ut NUMUER 37 M
Canning Factory
Construction Resumed
I'rotMons Made To Double Original
Cnpnclljr Corporation To He Form
I id anil Directors To Do Chosen In
c.ir Future.
" Work was resumed on tho cunning
factory construction Monday, after n
cessation of two weeks whllo tho
foundation hardened. Tho work will
now be puslicd forward to completion,
and tho building should bo ready to
to receive tho machinery by January
20th, unless tho weather becomes too
jcvere.
Tho plans, according to tho first
contract, provided for a plant of
20,001) cans per day capacity, at a to
tal cost of $8,700. Tho committee has
changed tho original plans, howovor,
adding about $800 moro to the cost.
The now plans provldo for a llttlo
larger building and In somo Instances
at for machinery with n lnrger capacity,
hat so that when business justifies It, tho
capacity may bo doullcd without
it making nny additional buildings, and
at an additional cost of loss than
lit 13000
The original plans do not provldo
for a frost proof warehouse, which
will bo necessary, and which will be
ts built of brick In tho spring.
' Id Tho first Installment on tho stock
i t; was paid In during tho past week, and
In tho near futuro tho stockholders
will bo called together to chooso a
board of directors and form a corpor
ation. Up to tho present time a com
mittee of three hns been acting for
the stockholders In dealing with the
contracting company.
Lincoln Highway Should
IGome By Way of Lehi
Messrs O. A. Slndo and J. E. Cottor,
who recently made n trip to Fish
Springs In Mr.'siado's nuto, aro em
phatic that tho Lincoln Highway, over
Mich thousands of ' -tourists will
ravel, should corao by way, ofLchl
tecad.of, tyW&t&W&j
panned by tho Salt'Lako'CommorcIai
club.
From Salt Lako City to Fish
Springs, by way of Qrantsvlllo and
Skull Valley, tho distance Is glvon as
being 140 miles, and It required two
da j s to mnko tho trip out. Coming
back thoy enmo by way of Lookout
and Fnlrflold and mndc tho trip In
nine hours, and spent at least an hour
hunting rabbits. Tho dlstanco by way
of I.ehl, Fairfield and Lookout from
Fisli Springs to Salt Lnko City Is not
only ten miles shorter, but It Is much
tho better road, miles of greasy, dusty
flats being thus avoided.
It Is estimated that thousands of
automobiles will gq to tho Panama
Exposition during 1915 over tho Lin
coln Highwny, and mnny moro will
come by way of Plko's Peak Ocean to
Ocean route. Tho lnttor will como by
ay of Lohl, and If tho Lincoln routo
ofllclnls could bo shown tho advan
tage, they too would como this way.
Messrs Slade and Cotter got to Fish
Springs doing tho thaw, so that duck
hooting was only fair. Tho day be
fore, however, John J. Thomas, with
but seven shots, killed elghteon ducks.
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I Payson Factory Closes
M The Pnyson sugar factory closed Its
"B season's run Thuredny, nftor a run of
WHY NOT GET
HER A RING?
I lune the stjlos (lint do not full to
please, mid norj one Is gunrnutfcil
to be exact 1 us represented.
" I" mi) vtny 3011 loose the het out
'i ii ring purchased from mo, It ulll
w replaced free of charge.
"flie lias a ring, get some other nr
"He of mine. Here are n few sng.
Ki'Mlons for both lady and gentle
imiu V Nntcli, A Fob, Toilet Set,
M.lllnr) Set, V llrncclel, Manicure
I'ti Cut filass or Silverman'. I
Mimd imrk of cm) tiling I sell.
Ernest N. Webb
Jeweler ami Optlmetrlst
Ill!!jt Lchl, Utah
' "Wining free, on all Xiniis Goods.
nbout 70 dayr. It was a highly suc
cessful campaign, duo largoly to the
number of Lchl sugar men who held
tho Important positions 47,000 tons
of beets were cut, nnd nbout 12,000,000
pounds of sugar were made.
Friday tho factory men went to
Ncphl on n rabbit hunt, nnd defeated
tho Payson town men by shooting two
rabbits to tho lnttcr's one.
Monday a dozen of tho head em
ployes visited tho Lchl factory nnd
wero the guests of Supt James H.
Gnrdnor for dinner Among thoso
who enmc to Lchl woro H. L. Howard,
Itay Qoates, Ellsha Drown, Itubcn
Howard and E. M. Olson, former Lchl
residents.
Vaudeville and Pictures
For Sweet. Charity
Dcd Cross Committee To Giro tnler.
talnmcnt Tor Suffering Delglnns,
Tuesdny Night, December 22nd.
Tho local Itcd Cross Chapter Is pre
paring to glvo tho biggest entertain
ment of tho season nt tho Royal The
atre. It will bo high class vaudeville
and motion pictures a dollar show
and worth It, but tho prlco of admis
sion will bo ten nnd fifteen cents. No
doubt every sent will bo filled for the
doublo reason that tho entertainment
Is worth doublo tho prlco and every
body wnnts to contribute nt least fif
teen cents for tho starving Delglnns.
Tho Sllvor Band will probably sere
nade tho city beforo tho show, and
Smuln's Orchestra will furnish the
music Inside." Tho show will open
with two reels of pictures, promptly
nt 7:30; two reels In tho mlddlo of
the program nnd two rcols nt tho
close.
Tho following Is tho vaudeville part
of tho program.
Quartette Lchl High School.
Vocal Solo.. Harold Goodwin.
Violin Solo Wm. Ashcr.
Vocal Solo Mrs. Dulclo Francom.
Trombouo Solo Molvin Smuln.
Comic Song Wllllo Crnbb.
- Pictures TwoncolBrk-,M .
tSong Arthur Llvlngsjtono and com.
Bnnjo Solo Wm. Klrkhnm.
Vocal Solo Prof. Robtnoln.
Step Dancing Wm. Wing.
Comic Song Miss Maud Klrkhnm.
Fancy High Class Dancing Four
Gentlemen nnd Four Ladles.
Two Itcols of Motion Pictures.
Goodnight.
Don't forgot tho dnto Tuesday
night, December 22ud.
n
Nrs. Charles St, Jeor
Burled Sunday
Funeral services over tho remains
of Mrs. Chnrlcs St. Jeor, which wero
brought horo from Lowlston, wero
hold in tho Fourth Ward Church Sun
day at 11 a. in.
Bishop John Stoker presided. The
other speakers woro Win. Wing nnd
Edward Southwlck. Mrs. Ellznbeth
Klrton sang n solo and tho ward choir
furnished tho other music. Robert
Fox gavo tho invocation nnd Patri
arch James Klrkhnm tho benediction.
o
Funeral For Grant Larson
Funeral services ovor tho remains
of Mr. Grant Larson wero held In tho
First Wnrd Meeting Houso nt 2
o'clock p. in. Sunday. Ho was tho son
of L. V. and Hilda Lnrson, and wns
born In Salt Lnko City thlrty-thrco
years ago. Bishop's Counselor George
Schow presided, tho other speakers
wero Bishop Henry Lewis and Josoph
Klrkhnm. Edwnrtl Southwlck deliver
ed tho opening prnyor and Peter
Schow tho benediction. Miss Cleo
Taylor sang u solo, tho choir furnish
ing tho opening and closing numbers.
HVO IIAIIIES UUHILI) SATURDAY
Funeral- services for Doyle, tho 8
montlis old baby of Mr. nnd Mrs.
John S. Evnns, wns held In tho First
Wnrd Mooting Houso Saturday at 2
o'clock p, in. Georgo Schow of the
First Wnrd Bishopric presided. The
jthor speakors woro Georgo A. Goates
mil Edwnrd Southwlck Mrs. M S
Lott tendered n solo Win South
.vlck gave tho opening prayer and S
W Ross tho benediction
Funeral services for John L. the
baby of Mr. and Mrs. John Bushman,
which was burled Just one mouth
torn tho day It was horn, was hold
at tho family rosldenco Saturday nt
11 o'clock Gaorgo Sohow wns In
chnrgo or the sorvlues. The nlhor
sponkors woro Bishop Henry Lowls
mid Isaac Fox. Mrs. Rose Lott snug
a solo.
Prizes Awarded )'
To Club Winners
,ii
Ono hundred and twenty-five boys
gathered at the Grammar School FrlJ
day evening to witness tho awards to
tho boys who wero successful In the)
summer boys' club contests. Over $70
In prizes, donated by public spirited
citizens, were distributed by Mess'rt
Junius Banks nnd Heber Bennlon
who linvo had chnrgo of tho movement
during tho summer. ?Vi
After tho prizes wero awarded th
boys wero taken to tho City Pavlllofc
nnd enjoyed a "peanut bust" an!
games. Following Is the list of prhft
winnors nnd tho prizes: 3ft
Heels ii
1st Frank Sharp, $10 cash. Jfi
2nd Wm. Holdsworth, $C cash. Mi
3rd David Phillips, $4 cash. W
. 4th Maurlco Davis, Punching BagJ
5th Heber Dnvls, Alarm Clock, 4K
6th Zeldon Jones, Subscription!
Lchl Sun. 'W
Potatoes ',;
1st J. 11. Stownrt, $5 caBh. f.
2nd Lelnnd Knudson, $4 credit, Wj
3rd Frank Sharp, Subscrlptlontq
Banner. JjEJ
1st Denn PowllI, Registered Duroe
Jersey Pig. Agst
2nd Earl Cox, $4 credit. (
3rd Loroy Baker, $2 cash. flu
4th Joy Smith, $1.50 credit. JEN
5th J. B. Lott, Subscription
Utah Farmer. .Hg
Cth John Mnyberry, Subscription,
to Lchl Sun. Jfai
7th Evans Anderson, Subscript!'
to Utah Farmer . $$
Onions H'
1st Harry Stewart, $3 cash.
2nd Fostor Merrill, 1000 Straw
berry Plants. ''gM
Homo Gnrdcn JMK
Walter Hutchlngs, $1 credit. 'K
Cucumbers M
Roger Gordon, $4 cash. JSl
Poultry Wl
1st Sterling Bonnlon, throo pure,
bred R. I. Red chickens. 1g '
2nd Isaac Taylor, ono puro Mired
Plymouth Rock Cockrel K'
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POPULAR CONCKKT 'W8
.sundat maim
.The, Missionary Committco hasrgB
paredl'a;'pfogrnm for tom6rrow2TwW
treat for nlllruo lovers of music. It
hns arranged for tho appearance hcref
of Trncey Y. Cannon, assistant Salt
Lako Tabernacle orgnnlst, and Mr.
Wnldnmor Call, ono of Snlt Lako
City's leading vocalists. They will
also bring with them soverul other
high class musicians and will furnish
nu ovenlng of solos, duets, trios nnd
organ solos that will plcaso all
classes, Hint should result In filling
every scat In tho building.
Tho Missionary Commltteo desires
to send nil tho missionaries a Cchrlst
mns present, so tho pcoplo will come
prepared to assist with a frco will
contribution.
SANTA CLAUS
Has Ordered a
Teetotal Clear
ance SALE
AT
IIItOADISHM'S STORi:
Commencing Monday, tho 21st to tho
21th, every Item will bo sold regnrd
'ess of cost. This will certainly bo n
A'onderful chiinco to get anything you
could wish for for Chrlstmns gifts,
thousands or presents to select from.
And then Good Old Santa Cluus will
no out in his
AUTOMOBILE EACH DAY'.
Watch for hlin! Ho will glvo you a
ride to his storo of toys and
presents and return you
home.
ti:i.i:phom: tiii: ti.mi:
Io Is anxious to call and get you nnd
bring you to his great sale nt
Broadbent's Store
Candles 12 1-2 cents per pound to
25 cents; nuts, oranges nnd every
thing good to ent, and many hundreds
if presents ON SALE,
SHOP EARLY, w0 will hnvo extra
clorkt.
-IURRAH FOR SANTA CLAUS AND
AN AUTOMOBILE RIDE
WITH HIM!
',( nil the children lune u ride. He
v.111 he pleased to cull nnd get -
them.
Telephone
Broadbent's
Store.
SAM'. STARTS MONDAY
P. S. Can we bring 'o ton of CohIT
MHMBnsMMaaiHniiHaHMi
III Only Five Days 1 1 1 1
Only five business days left until Xmas I
OUR XMAS SALE I
HAS MADE BUYING DOUBLY EASY ONE DOLLAR DOING THE DUTY
OP TWO. CLOSING OUT EVERYTHING IN TOYLAND AT A DISCOUNT OF
I TWENTY PER CENT. ,W
I ENTIRE STOCK OF FURS, COATS, SUITS AND SKIRTS AT ONE-THIRD W
1 1 OFF. ONE LOT OF SKIRTS, VALUES UP TO $9, GOING AT FROM $1.50 TO
I, $3 YOUR CHOICE. H
1 1 MILLINERY HALF PRICE FIFTY PER CENT DISCOUNT. H
HI CLOTHING DEPT Entire lino of Suits and Overcoats nt twenty per cent dia- . B
l count. Rugs, Carpets, Furniture, ovorylhhiK Koiiij? at 20 per cent discount. ";,H
ii OHIflAT BARGAINS IN SHOE AND Hl'BBMK OUOJ3S. H
I NUTS AND CANDIES I
YOU KNOW THAT WE HAVE THE CHOICEST CANDIES IN THE STATE U
AND THAT YOU CAN AIAVAYS FIND SOrE SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS HERE ' H
i ' AT HOLIDAY TIME. THIS YEAR WILL BE NO EXCEPTION MANY 1MI- ill
J TATE OUR PRICES BUT NONE GIVE YOU THE QUALITY. M
jl PORSl?CENTO imfoUNDMIXED CREAMS-HEGULAK 25 CENT QUALITY -i
II CHOICE OLD TIME MIXED FOR 10 CENTS THE POUND. ' I
I; CHOICE MIXED NUTS FOR 15 CENTS THE POUND.
jl NICE SOFT SHELLED WALNUTS FOR 20 CENTS THE POUND. JH
, JUMBO PEANUTS FOR 10 CENTS THE POUND. M
H "" i H
I ' WE ARE EXTREMELY BUSY EVERY AFTERNOON AND SUGGEST THAT 1 1
THE FORENOON IS A GOOD TIME TO BUY BUT WHETHER YOU COME '
I MORNING OR AFTERNOON YOU WILL BE WELCOME, BUT IN ALL '
EVENTS COME ALWAYS , ,
I j TOHE HOUSE OF BARGAINS. You Will Save Money by Trading With Nkli
lki.ple,so-op Inst. I
Farmers Will Organize Union
Held I'rellmlnnry Meeting Weilnesiluy
Sight nnd Adjuumcd Till Next Snt
urdny Nlghl.
Mr. Victor C. FonncBbcclc or Logan,
mot with a numbor of local fanners
in tho Lchl Commercial club rooms
Wednesday ovenlng to orgnnlzo a
branch of tho "Farmers' Society of
Equity," but owing to tho poor adver
tising given It thoro woro fow farm
ers out. Tho mntter of forming nn
organization was explnlned to those
present, who heartily agreed to tho
general principles ns explained. Tho
Formers' Society of Equity Is n nation
wide organization nnd Is Intended to
ultimately Includo every 'former In
Amorlcn. Thero nro eighteen locals
In Cncho County, nnd the ono at Tre
inonton, Dear River Valley, hns 370
members.
Tho organization Is for the purpose
of purchasing farmers' supplies In
wholesalo lots, selling their products
nt tho highest market prlco nnd to
conduct social and educntlonnl cum.
pnlgns for tho benefit of Its members.
In tho east tho Boclety has hundreds
of thousands of members, nnd from
tho reports shown by Mr Fonncsbcck
It Is doing a vast amount of good.
Mr. Bernard G. Webb was elected
as temporary chnlrinnu, nnd thoro
will bo another meeting Saturday,
Dceombcr 20th, In tho Commercial
club rooms, vhon it Is especially de
sired that ov.ory farmer In Lohl will
bo prcsont.
o
"The Marriage oi Kilty"
Tho "Mnrrlago of Kitty," product
Ion by tho First Wnrd Dramatic com
pany, produced Snturday night to a
good sized and appreciative nudlonco
In tho Royal Thoatro, proved that
Lohl has some most oxcellout thontrl.
cal talent Miss Ellzn Phillips, as
Kitty, and Miss Vein Taylor as tho
I'nruvlnn Widow, both looked nnd not
ed tholr parts Mi Knight as tho ao
enniodntliiK solicitor, nni -limine Da
nIh ns the mnrryliig baronet, could not
hnvo been much Improvod MIs Lex
lo Southwlck and Abo Phillips, as the
nooomodntltiB servants, helped to
mnko up one of tho best shows pro
duced hero In n long tlmo. Come
ngnln,
Lottfs Christmas Compliments m
Oh! to carry tho water from frozen wells, vH
On tho human temper, Oh! how It tolls. ' JM
With the holiday jingles nnd holldny rhymes, jvH
Rent good plumbing is up to tho times. lH
Now Lott, the plumber, hns a very bright plan, 'fil
That will help the boy and every man; ' fl
And tho women, too, wu hnven't u doubt, - . w
Will uover feel the least bit put out. iitH
To hnvo conveniences In her house, 1'H
That will savo her breath In scolding her Bpousc: '
How tho empty buckets nnd kettles soon tell, " t viH
Wkcn the stows nro burning or you wnnt to soil. '" ' 31
A heating iilnnt Lott will soon Install, 5 SB
Whcnover you say or ask him to cull. -sfl
Now you hnve no excuse for very cold feet,
If you nro only willing expenses to meet. H
Quito often tho doctors, you nil will agree, ,. , JH
Thrco hundred dollars thoy will cut from "Poor Me," 'i MB
And nil you hnvo left Is an awful wall, tfll
With n fow little scars to tell tho snd tnlo. ' IH
Now three hundred dollars wo all know full well, , ' H
Will make n good houso look very swell. ' 'Bl'
If snnltary plumbing, with fixtures the latest, jjBMj
liy M. S. Lott lias been well Instated. ntH'
He'll cstlmato free, without charging n dollar, ifilf!
Tho mistakes will bo few, he's a I), Y. U. Bcholar. rto!
With guurnntecd workings all made to meet: W8t
Oh Morgnu's tho boy to consult nbout heat. Mt
Ills telophone number Is 8I.W; Kant
Through this nd In tho Uaunor ho will now troublo you; Mntft
With our Christmas announcement to ono nnd to all, , ly
So you will romombor where to mnko tho right call. WwIl
BwhAJ
With a cleaner Lchl, way up In Class C, cfrh
Next summer we'll hustlo nnd work and ngrco, SaR?(
With plumbing that's dono and done tho right way, ( Witu
To equal tho towns 'way up In class A. IjJJK
Now work that Is done by it scientific man, rM'
Is woik hard to boat and work that will stnud: 5-iB
It's liko a good book whoso Impressions will Inst JfrJfl
Long after the worker Is one of tho past. , KC
Our SHiiltsry Plumber hns u real estute nuine, 1,'BB
Hut for n t'leun town he woiks Just tho winiu. 1&I0
So to yoursoir and your town thon li truo, 18
Ate the eompllments now he Is wishing for you. jm
A Merry Christmas and a Happy Nsw Yr - B
AhuudHUt lioiiltli and lots or good nhaer;
With loyalty to home thrown Into the bargain, tttetwl
We thank our kind providence for semilog us MorgU, (Adv ) mWWM
rn'MfL tKiB
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