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V LEHI DAN'NER SATURDAY, DKCHMnriR 5, 1014. -
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Pleasant Grove Department 1
Mrs. Knnili Tlioruc Foutz D.YmI Sun
I day, lVns Hurled TucNdny Vas
l'roinlnL'iit In Church and Member
of Leading Family.
Mrs. Snrah Foutz ,wlft of Jacob
Koutz, pnsscd away Sunday after nn
lllnofls of two months. Tho crubo of
death was heart trouble. Sho was
t soventy years of ago, was prominent
In church work, and was a member
of ono of tho leading families and
first settlers of Pleasant Grove.
Sho leaves a husband, Jacob Foutz,
h and olght children, Fred Foutz of
I Pleasant Orove, Mrs. John M. Smith
I of .Mammoth, J. E. Foutz of Pleasant
I Grove, Mrs. C. J. Evans of Pleasant
I Grove, acorgo T. Foutz of Pocatello,
, I J H. Foutz and Mrs. J. C. Fitzgerald
. I of Pleasant Grove. Sho Is a sister of
George, Joseph E., David and Robert
Tliomo of Pleasant Grove, and Mrs.
James Cobbloy of Ulacktoot, Idaho.
Sho was born In Nottingham, Eng
, land, August 10, 1844. When six years
of ago sho camo to Utah with her par-
eiits, David and Elizabeth Thorne, tho
"" family locating In Pleasant Grovo.
Jnnuury 11, 18CG, alio web married to
Jacob Foutz. They located tho aamo
year on tho lot whoro she died and
which was their only home for 48
years. She was a devoted Latter Day
Z2 Saint, und served tight years ha coun
cilor and eight yenrs as president of
I the Pleasant Grovo Ilellef Society,
of I during which time sho was a groat
1 blessing to many sick and bereaved.
the I Funeral services wero hold In tho
In I Tabernacle Tuesdny, W. L. Hayes
coh. I mcBlllot1, Tl, olllcr apenkcrs were
1 Mrs. Loulso Halllday of .ho Relief
or'lh Society Stako Roard, L. P. Lund, Ezra
4. Walker, F C. Banks and Bishop E. D.
reet, Olpln. Mrs. A. L. Richardson sang
101 "I Know That My Redeemer Lives,"
reet, nml Mr- F D Moro sang "Consola-
U3l', tion." Tho choir, under tho loader-
ship of B. Morck, supplied tho open-
'wj" ing and closing numbers. Alexander
U)l Hullock delivered tho invocation and
treet, Jolin.C. Coulam tho benediction. Bis.
ki2(J, hop Cobbloy dedicated tho grave.
Ot Pleasant Grove Men
fa Engage In Mining
,troet, Messrs R. D. Wadloy and A. L,
ok 31, Moachon will loavo noxt week for
Ureet, Gold H111, ln tho Dccp Crcck dlfJ-
Block lrlct' whoro thoy Intended engaging in
Main mining. Tho property is near the
ts not Utnh-Novndn lino and tho trip will
street be mn(, ovorInn(1 ,n n shcop enmp
, Lois 'tK-
Street Th6 property is said to bo a most
num- promising one. A shaft 95 feet deep
Street, " " c,n,m B0Wfl n tlvo foot vein,
from which nssays convoying values
Street, of over flOO per ton in lead, sliver
and copper hnvo been taken. Another
from C,nlm contu,na a IB-Inch velii oven
' Eat rlc'lcr l,'nn tho largor one.
iop. They nro going out prepared to do
Street. lot 0f work and detormino tho
'Bit ,easnblllty f working tho property.
strt. peasant Grove Looses
m to Spanish Fork
54 Spanish Fork defeated tho basket
' t0 o u1' quint from Pleasant Grove nt
Lot 1. 'panlsh Fork last Friday night after
hot battle by a score of 37 to 30.
Sbiock A11lllB ftl"t '' Andrus wero the
jj 'tars for tho winners, whllo West und
Street, K'alkor played tho best gamo for I'len-
lat A At Pioasant Grove tho week beforo
iidpsT Sw",BU Fork was easy picking for
nd will I'leanant Grove, but In the gamo at
t SaW Spanish tho Plohsnnt Orovo team mis.
on " ,l10 Hcrv,ce8 of tbolr stur center.
Id third TI'o Hue up follows:
0 Jan, Spanish Fork Pleasnut Grovo
on the Ii n,iri,B If West
fl'n,' vkln8 rf Itichurds
on the "a,os c B, Walkor
,eventh w.. 1(; Clark
of J ' Midrus rg P. Wulker
on tb o
0( Jan. HMMXAVIA. REUNION
11 -f CHRISTMAS DAY
1 "lifter- Tll Scandinavian Society will hold
I at the " annual reunion ChrlBtmns flay In
im from Jo auditorium at 11 o'cloolc n. in.
pallifflce w,u ll" ,v Progrnm of inutile.
1,y W ."" "",l c,"'lHt Btorlos. This has
""ft? '"" n.gnnualji'Vuiit for forty years
ty.MK "' ,llK 'iiiniuir social wll? bit next
;' "'"i Tho ScniullimvluiiH or other
(b d . ,.,. ul80 ,u.tlH,
j.jt "ii.ii school n.n:iir
VN AUTISTIC Sn'l'lISh
b. '.' i ?' "It!h School ooncort In tho
0 it ' 'r"111" s,l"lly "Ifibt completely
" " ' ,IC main auditorium and tho
j" L ' ' nn Bide Tho program wub
highly artistic and much appreciated
by tho big audience. Every number
was well rendered, and the wholo per
formance Justified tho high esteem
with which tho musical departments
of tho High School is regarded by tho
people of Pleasant Grove. Prof. Over
lado Is to bo congratulated over tho
success of Sunday night's affair.
Uldeon Pelernon (Irons Despondent
Oicr Fliinnclul Itcicrscs and Ends
Trouble Willi Corbollc Acid.
Saturday evening Mrs. Gideon Pct
orson prepared a good supper ln an
ticipation of her husband's return
from a peddling trip to Salt Lake
City. Tho night being bitterly cold,
sho had also made up a good flro for
his reception, and onco when sho
heard tho goto open sho went out to
seo If It was him. soon after this sho
was striken prostrato with the sad
Hows that ho had Just passed away at
Murray, from tho effects of having
taken a bottlo o(. carbolic acid.
From tho best information It ap
pears that about 4 o'clock Mr. Peter
son camo In the rear of a Murray
pool hull and called for a drink of
water. Thoso present saw at once
that there was something wrong, and
detecting tho strong odor on his
breath at onco rushed hjm to a physi
cian. The doctor worked over tho
unfortuiinto man for several hours,
and at seven o'clock ho passed away,
without having uttered a word nfter
calling for tho drlng of water.
Guy Robinson, E. D. Olpln and Jos.
DIckerson went to Murray Monday ln
an automobllo and brought tho body
to Pleasant Grove.
Tho funeral was hold nt tho rcsl
donco of Josoph DIckerson Thursday.
Tho Salt Loko papers had an ex
agoratod story of an estrangement bc
tweon Mr. Peterson and his wife,
which was utterly without foundation.
It was well known that tho unfortun
ate man had several financial obllga.
lions which wero pressing. Ho had
made sovoral peddling trips to Salt
Lako City recently, nnd had come
homo without tho receipts for tho sale
of his fruit and vegetables. Wednes
day Thomas Crompton had seen him
In Salt Lako City, nnd Petorson said
that ho had sold out all but two boxes
of apples. It Is known that tho next
threo days wero spent In Murray, nnd
It Is supposed that tho despondency
led to drinking, and in a weakened
state tho rash uct was committed. Be
foro leaving on his Inst trip ho told
his wlfo Hint If ho did not return Sat
urday sho need not look for him. Sho
Intorported this to mean that If ho
did not return, ho would seek work
In Snlt Lako City or Murray.
Ho was born ln Plcnsant Grovo 25
years ago. Whon but a baby his moth
er nnd father soparnted, leaving the
baby In enro of his father. Ho has
boon runlng a peddling wagon In Salt
Lnko City for sovoral months, nnd for
a year prior to this ho worked at Gar.
field. Ho leaves a wlfo and two chil
dren, tho oldest of whom is but four
years of ago.
ICE HARVEST WILL
COMMENCE NEXT WEEK
Tho lco on the lnko and local Ice
ponds Is now from flvo to olght Inches
thick and local lco dealers will noxt
week commonco to fill their Ice
houses. Indications nro (hat tho lco
will bo thicker this sensou than for
Bcvornl yonrs past Tho E. and J.
Grocery will fill their now house pre
paratory to tho operation of an ico
cream factory next season.
Farmers to Organize
A farmers' meeting will bo hold in
tho City Hall Saturday, December 2C,
nt 2 p. m. Mr. Victor C Fonncnbeck
of Logan will bo the spoakor. This
meeting Is for tho purpose of effect
ing nn organization of tho farmers.
Tho Farmers' Society of Equity Is a
national organization, It Is for tho
purpose- of purchasing fanners' sup
plies In wholesale lots, selling their
products nt the highest market prico
and to conduct social and educational
campaigns for tho boncfll or its mom.
hers. A good attendnnco Is expect
ed. Tho Farmers' Society of Equity has
hundreds of thousands of members,
and Is doing great work In ninny com
munities In raising the standard of
farming nnd enabling tho farmers to
treat their work aB a business nnd a
science. By all means every farmer
should turn out Saturday.
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Mrs. T, A, Lovell
Tho caso of some of tho holrs of
Niels Swcnson vs. Mrs. T. A. Lovell
wnB tried In tho District Court at
Provo Tuesday. Wcdncbday Judgo
Morgan rendered a decision in favor
of Mrs. Lovell. The case Involved
tho homo of Niels Swouson, which was
deeded some time before his death to
bis daughter, Mrs. T. A. Lovell.
Those who went to Proo as wit
nesses wero Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Wost
phal, Mr. and Mrs. John Swouson,
John Aston, S. L. Swcnson, N. P. Pet
erson, N. C. Nlclsou, Alex Ellis and
Harvey Cluff wns tho attorney for
tho plaintiff and E. E. Corfmnn rep
resented the defense.
Comedy "Niobe" Monday
Those who enjoy high class homo
dramatics will appreciate tho an- '
nouncemont that tho Third Ward Mu
tual, under the direction of Miss
Thurmnn, will prosolit tho comedy
"NIobc," Monday, Dec. 2S, 1014, In
Clark's Opera House. Matlneo 2:30,
5 cents; evening 8:00 o'clock, 35 mid
25 cents. Following Is tho caBt of
Peter Amos Dunn (In llfo nsouranco)
Cornelius, (in love with himself)
Philip Innings, (Corney's friend)
Hamilton Tompkins, (in tho clouds)
Pnrkor Slllocks, (In retirement)
Carollno Dunn, (Peter's wlfo)
Helen Grimn, (Corolluo's oldest
sister) Bessie Nowman.
Hnttlo Grtmin, (Cnrollno'n youngest
slstor) Grnco Rlchins.
Bentrlco Slllocks, (In lovo with Cor-
noy) Florence Harvey.
Mary, (a mnld) Ollvo Anderson,
Madeleine Mlfton, (in tho way) Edna
Niobe, Lucllo Hnrvoy.
MARSHAL PIERCE SICK IX BED
Mr. Ellas Pierce, tho city marshal,
is homo confined to his bed with
pluresy or tho heart. Ho enmo homo
Blck Tuesday night.
Mr. Edwin Hnrdmnn, tho noght po
lice, Is performing tho duties of the
City Marshal till Mr. Plerco recovers.
HAS CRUSHED I'EET
C. O Mchlor blow Into town Monday
with a story that ho hnd recontly
I The Third Ward Mutual
presents the comedy
MONDAY, DEC. 28, 1914
CLARK'S OPERA HOUSE
MATINEE -I'll) I EYENIMJ SjOO
.', Cents I !l" '"1 -""
- ii i
I been treated at a Salt Lake City hos
pital for crushed reet Dr Vance
kindly telegraphed his rolks at loin,
Kansas far funds, as tho unfortunate
man Is not oulj crippled but penni
less. While wnltlng an aiiBWer to the
telegram he Is on chnrgo or the City,
NEW LI CII ROOM
OPENS NEXT WEEK
Mrs. Ida Hang will open a calo nnd
lunch room next week In the Thome
building between the Post OIllco nnd
Webb's Jewelry Store. Sho also in
tends keeping u lino or confectionary,
and Intends to run a modern, up.to
dato establishment. Tho location Is
tho best in tho city nnd should bring
n good business.
Miss Vervene Hayes or tho l. or P.,
Is homo ror tho holidays.
W. H White or Salt Lake City, wns
visiting friends in Llndnu Monday.
Mr. Vorn Halllday mado a business
trip to'Provo on Tuesday.
Mrs. Berly West, who has been con
fined to bur bod Tor over two weeks,
Ib still reported very sick.
Roso RIchliiB stopped on n rusty
nail Inst week. Her friends nro pleas
ed to see her out r.gnln.
ChrlBtmns (Friday) night Big
Dnnco nt Smuln's. 24-lt
Louis Ellis nnd rnmlly returned to
Toton, Idaho, nRcr spending n visit
with his rather, Alox Ellis, and friends
Mr. Gcorgo Barton entertained the
First Ward choir with refreshments,
nrtcr Its regular practice this week.
rsaac E. Cnrlson left for Burley,
Idaho, Wednesday, and will spend tho
novt ten days visiting rclntlvca there.
Mr. Melvln Johnson spent Saturday
nnd Sundny In Springvlllo on plea
Sat., Dec. 26th
Friday, January 1st
ROSELIAS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA
For Saturday Night
For New Year's Nlghl
YOU WILL LIKE BOTH BANDS
AND THE CROWDS WILL
TICKETS ."iO CENTS
EXTRA LADIES 1.1 CENTS
Mrs. H. J. Kruso nnd dnughtor, Mrs
Vein Halllday, wero In Salt Lako on
Pror. nnd Mrs. J. H. Combs of Snlt
Lako City, aro visiting relatives horo
Mr. Loren Wadloy, who has been
spending tho summer In Blnckfoot,
Idaho, returned homo this wcok.
Wndloy Brothers finished Wednes
day loading two cars or fire clay for
tho International Smelter r.t Tooulo
Mr. and Mrs. Vorn L. Halllday of
Salt Lnko City, will spend their boll-,
days with friends In PleiiHimt Orove.
Christmas (Friday) night Follow
tho crowds to Smuln's Academy, Lehl
Ernest S Cohbley and lf'' of
HlnHkroot, Idaho, aro UUIiig i.t tlu
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs R J. Colbloy
The Scientist must bo losing their
grip on the Peopul. In Docombor or
last year the Harvard snvnntB an.
uounced the Groat Dlscovory thnt
nearly all women are knockkneed.
But you may have noticed that the
fool men keep on getting married and
I taking n chance
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Mrs Stephen Johnson or Salt Lake
City, was tho guest or Mr and Mrs
Peter Jensen this week
Miss Leah Olor or Shelley, Idaho
Is visiting with her grnnd-piirents,
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Nolnon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mooro or Idaho,
arc vleltlng with Mrs. Moore's par
ents, Judgo and Mrs. Mona Monson.
Tho Dorcart club met Monday even
ing at tho homo or Miss Edith Wcst
phal. Alter sowing, refreshments
Alox Ellis, who has been visiting
for threo months with his sons in
Driggs, Idaho, returned homo (his
week, having greatly enjoyed tho trip.
Bishop and Mrs. Varloy or Vineyard,
left Tuesdny for Idaho Falls, to spend
Christmas with their daughter, Mrs
A special car will bring 0110 hun
dred Plcnsant Grovo high School stu
dents to tho league basket ball game
o bo playeH In Lchl Chrlstm.. Tvo
SmuliiN A en in ml y, Lchl, ghes 1m o
big dunces next Meek, Wednesday,
Dee. .lOlh, and New Year's night.
Mr. and Mrs Glon Adams , of Salt
Lake City, arrived Wed icsdny oven
ttif; t: spenu ChrlBtmns villi relatlvis
In Pions'iiit Grovo.
Mivj ?t.tiiin Larson, nsnlftiml II
irnrlan in tho n. Y. I' It'imry. Is
spending u week visiting hi Pknsnnt
Gn-u tho ffiicst of Mi's Any Rosi
Mm . ruin Nlolson, wa hu bo,n
living in in't Lnko City, Is home Tor
n Chrlstmin visit with her parents,
Mr nnd Mrs. Jens R. Nlolson.
Air Dczznnt, who mot with tho auto
accident two weeks ago, Is recovering
nlcoly nnd will be back to work again
Dr. A. D. Rogers returned to Snlt
Lako Wednesday, niter spending ten
days with his nolec, Mrs. Jos. II.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Lund attended
tho surprlso party on Bishop Smith
In tho Stnko Tnbcrnnclo at American
Fork Wednesday evening.
Thoro will bo no Homo Economics
club meeting Mondny night, because
or tho holiday season. Meetings, how
over, will bo rcBumed nrtor.
Mr. Mnrtcl Lund Is homo from the
Agricultural College Tor tho holidays.
Tho Collogo novor wub so prosperous
or had bo many students.
Orthollo Clark, who hnd an Injury
to his oyo two weeks ago, Is getting
along nicely, though thoro Is sonio
question whether ho will entirely re.
cover hla former sight.
Mr. Guy Richards left TuoBdny ror
Mammoth, whoro ho will work In his
rnthor's placo, whllo hla rather spends
tho Christmas holidays with his fam
ily. Mies Nlnn Williamson, who has
been touring Southern California for
several months, arrived homo in time
to eat Chrlstmns dinner with her folks
In Pleasant Grove.
Mr. mid Mrs. James Cobbloy of
Blackroot, Idaho, are In Llndor ro
nowlng ncqualntences with tho host
or friends thoy hnd when Mr Cob
bloy wns bishop thoro. Ho la now field
foreman for tho Biignr company tbro.
Hobcr Wells, who has I n living lit
tno homo ol Mr. and Mi Win. Moi.
rltt lor sovoral years, war taken to
tho state mciitnl hospital this wcok,
whuo rj vlil make his home
Mr. and Mrs. IxmibIus Lnudlo of Salt
Lako City, arrived In Pleasant Grow
Thursday, to spend Christmas wl h
Mrs. Lnudlo'B parontH, Mr and Mrs
J. R. Halllday.
Nlols Poulson, John Nowuinii nnd
Rafo Rogers were circulating n sub
scription list ror Mrs. Gideon Peter
son. If Is reported thnt her home was
Bold thlB week for luxes
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o PLEASANT GROVE o
o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES o
"Junior boys moot In room fi, Im
portant " Many times this notice lias
nppoiirrd on the bulletin board, until
tho school was fairly consumed 1th
curiosity At last they know In stu
dent body meeting nn Wednesday the
Junior boys appeared In "nifty" blue
sweaters, bearing the numeral "16."
Knowing that the I-elil gwiw Is nl.
.iys of Intense Interos.l the boys, si
eeks ago, sent to Wright nnd DU-,
EVERY FARMER IN PLEASANT MM
(.'ROVE DISTRICT IS INVITED TO
ATTEND A MEETINO OF FARMERS fM
FOR FARMERS, KB
-LN THE KB
Pleasant Grove H
City Hall H
Saturday, Dec. 26 8
at 2 p. m. H
.MATTERS OF GREAT IMl'OR.
TANCE TO EVERY FARMER WILL M
HE EXPLAINED RY jP
Victor Fonnesbeck i
Of Logan, Utah. K
son, Snn Francisco, nn order, thnt tho IS
tho sweaters might mako thoir Initial R
nppearnuco tills week. in
Tho Juniors, bentou fair and square (
In tho student campaign, wish to ex-
tend their congratulations to the Sen- If
A telegram Ikib Just boon received IS
by tho High Schcol thnt "Chris Jr." M
to on his way from Bombay; will ur- 93
rivo In January. jR
Iu rosponso to a request mado laBt IE
spring, the Junior class hns pust sent
a letter to Mr, II. M. Jones, tolling of
their many achievements of the yoar Si
past, present nnd future. SKI
A good Christmas presont is the n ml
Reiiew to nn nbscnt friend. 12-3t H
o 1 H
NEW CAFE and LUNCH ROOM H
Short Order Meals u Specially H
Next Door- to Post Ofllco H
Caudles and Confectionery jM
MRS. IDA IIAAG, Prop.
We Buy for cash, H
sell for cash, you H
pay cash and Ret H
the benefit. H
Wc Carry u full Hue of Groceries, fl
Tens, Coffees, Canned Goods, BaV- M
cry Supplies ami sell the best of bJ
oi ery thing. JH
LUTE FISH AND STOCK FISH FOR' H
BEST LAUNDRY SOAP, 21 BARS 1.
E. & J. Grocery 1
IT IS EASIER TO SAVE 1
THE HAIR yOU HAVE 1
Than to Grow New SI
Tho (endtney to put off until tomorrow fM
what we should do today account, tor ' Sl
most of ttis bald hcndi wo tea In tl) . ft
Nowbro' llarplcldo .tops falling hair ,HHIM i, )
and iirev.nti baldne... The dandruff 1 s9PK
(Rtroyd by Its u. nntt n condition of, wSof '
timaltli maintained in the hair and scalp, WW -
Ncurly everyone line hair troubles ot WSk 'IV
some Uraarlptlon which Herplclde will oor- Sl .J''J
reet. Don't wait until It ! too late. IBflfi m
It U conceded to be the standard hair HHJI
remedy and 1 recommended and applied WTKB
by all tho beat hair drreaers and barbers. ,42JHM
Newbro'e Herplclde In Mo and 11.00 alie fliB
l Ruarantoed to do all that la claimed. lil
If you aro not latltntd your money will 'HH
be refunded. 'H
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