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BBWolTiI, LEHI, UTAH WEDNMDAY, DECEMBER 2971915 ' - .' a, ' !''
Whole Family
H Asphyxiated
Retlred at 11 O'clock Monday Night
H Found Dead Between 11 and 12
HH O'clock Yesterday Sister of the
B Husband and Father Has a Feeling
B That Something Had Happened
H Goes to Home. Til.
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Bf "Mr and Mrs. Joseph Smith and
Hthe(r (our year old daughter wcro
Bdlsccrvcrcd smothered to death In
Hthelr bed room, at their homo about
Bthreo miles north and east of town,
Bat 11 o'clock yesterday, by his mother,
Bwho lives in ono room of the house.
BTho mother and child wore njJn
Bhcd and Mr. Smith near ttT--.
Hwhcio ho had fell In au 0,u$ched j.
Hetout.
BAb related by tho mr' ODBd Into
H' jd retired about 1 ' hw 'him, ri
K.pt- They hnif taken" ti frntor'
EV5:ket halt full ot red coals Into tho
Enjjroom with them. Tuesday morn
K V fiho Bald sho got up and looked
Blnto tho bedroom, through u window,
Hand seeing tho mother and child as
Baslocp, tliought they wero Just sleep
Hf ng a llttlo late and so did not go in.
BiNcar 11 o'clock Bho became a llttlo
moro courlous, however and entered
BjBtho room finding them all dead.
VBV The case was reported by Mrs.
BBBciaudo Hltosmnn, a slstor of tho dead
Hlman,
Bfll Mrs Hltcsman went to the homo ot
hor mother and brother with a feel
lng that somotlilng had happenod. Tho
BBpBnlfiht beforo sho said sho had dream
Bed of her father, which is always a
warning to her that bqiiio nccidont or
BBpflUroublo has beset their family. Sho
notified the local Marshal, who in
BBBBtum callod Sheriff East. They, with
BBBcounty Physician J. M. Tborup, went
Bto tho placo whero It was absolutely
proved that tbo thrco persons had
BHmot death by broathlng gas that
arose from thq hot coals.
BBpL Tho. uotf(r-TaroVouirnrttlu?-Hlco
W. Goatoa Undquklnp; Parlors
BBpf last evening.
BBS Tho woman was a daughter of Mr.
Hand Mrs. Henry Kemp of Lchl. Sho
H bad beon almost blind for somo time,
H having had to bo led about by her
H husband or others.
B SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY.
BpS Tho mid-year holidays for tho
J school children end this weok, Mon
B day, January 3 tho school bolls will
PH start calling tho students to their
Bt work of preparing themselves for tho
j trials of
ft During tho past two -weeks tho
H various schools of Lehl havo been
J thorougly cleaned and tho floors oiled.
J Within tho next few days thoy will
J all bo fumigated and put in condition
for tho next hnlf ot this school yoar.
H Tho freezing and breaking of a
J water plpo In tbo Grammar grado
H building Sunday ovonlng caussd tho
H Kmnuslum and floors below It to bo
B como flooded with water. Monday
UD 'our mon worked all night getting the
MM wotcr out- This will all bo fixed up
VB by Monday so that It will not Inter
H toTQ with the school work In tho least.
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City Officials Go
Into Office Monday
Next Monday at 12 o'clock noon, the
Lehl City offcers-oloct will tako the
onthB of ofllco at tho C'v '" l, aud
nssumo niid ,rc orm,rtt. y h nnslbil
Uy okAiggggpF , of this
.y-iie1da get-acqunhitcd meeting
at the Commercial Club rooms
Thursday ovonlng, and discussed
some of tho most Important pobloms,
with which they will havo to doal.
Among these was tho appointment ot
the different nppolntlvo ofllcors.
Tho city nttortioy, justice of tho
peace and city marshull will likoly bo
ro-appointed, because of tho good sor-
,? h given during tho past
ilm rfrow. .
i sprtnipl W,TH BIQ 8C0R?'
. ' -luer's Dasketball term
? yi -letl the Pnyson High In
tho Smuln Academy Friday evening,
making n.' third victory this season.
They previously defeated Spanish
Fork and Payson, Tho gamo was
well attended nnd proved very Inter
esting although Payson was not ablo
to 'score a point Jn tho first halt
whllo Lchl succeeded In getting 20.
Tho Paysoji boyB camo back In tho
second half, however, and played a
much better game, tho Bcoro for
this period being 14 tp 1G In favor of
tho localB. Tho final scoro wns 42 to
14.
Gray played a good game, getting
9 field baskets. Wanlass also help
ed tho scoring materially by getting
14 out of u posslblo 19 points from
tho foul line.
Tho line-up and score:
Lehl Payson
Wanlass ,,.lf...... Dixon
Gray rf Ballard
Clark c Mitchell
Taylor lg Oberhansoly
Gardner rg Taylor
FJoldIJaBkot8-drny 9 Mitchell 3,
atTnrra,fttnrI;4l.iHadrTt,And.
Dixon 1. Free throws Wanlass 14
out of 19 trios, Mitchell C out of 12
tries. Heferee. Dasll Smith.
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CHRISTOFFERSON TO
WRESTLE YOKEL.
,
Mr. Crabb of Salt Lnko City,
wrestling promoter for Mlko Yokel,
has arranged for a match botween
Yokel nnd Alox Chrlstofforson. Tho
bout will bo pulled off at Lehl about
January 10th. Mr. Crabb will como
tn Lehl this weok to arrango definite
ly with Alex about tho date.
This will bo a good chanco for our
local fans to sco Mike Yokel, about
whom wo havo heard so much, In
action on the mat. The bout will bo
all tho more interesting also becnttsu
of tho fact tbut our local champion
will bo his opponent, but, of courso,'
wo expect Alox to win.
R. J. WHIPPLE MOVED HERE.
During tho past wook Mr. It. J.
Whipple moved his family to Lehl
nnd will conduct what will bo known
as tho Whipple Lumber Yard. Ho
has bought It outright, from tho
Hacker Morcnntllo Company.
Mr. Whipple says that commencing
Monday ho will ho at tho sorvlco of
tho public with lumber, coal and nil
building materials. Mr. Whlpplo also
wlshos to say that ho will run a
strictly cash business).
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WINNERS IN DRUG
STORE CONTE8T.
Following aro tho nnmos of the
winners of tho prizes given by tho
Lchl Drug Storo in their contest
which ended Thursday, Docomber 23
Tho contest has caused considerable
Intorost and tho winners aro mighty
proud of thoir prizes.
First Prlzo Auto Gordon Ilaker
52,910 votes.
Socond Prlzo Cnmor Warron
Gray 33,110 votes.
Third Prlzo Camera Azcr Aaahor.
Fourth Prlzo Watch Fred
Whlpplo.
Fifth Prlzo , Watch Sherman
Robinson.
DRAWING TAKE8 PLACE FRIDAY
Tho drawing for tho ton prizes nt
tho Webb Jewlory Storo takes place
Friday nt six o'clock.
1 ,M,i i I- - -
Mr. Josoph Woolston Is confined to
his bed with pleurisy,
Saratoga To Bt
New City
A now city , to bo .'uOwn aa
Saratoga, will bo platted nnd laid out,
In tho near futuro, in tho farming
section adjoining Saratoga Springs,
in tho laying out of tho town, accord
ing to tho plans, sltcB ylll be reserved
for churchos, school buildings and
hotels. Tho sixty acres lying north
and west of tho resort proper will
bo platted Into town lots. Tho Btroots
will bo graded and lined with, (reos,
nnd a boulovnrd will bo ma2j along
tho lnko shore.
Part ot tho land Is to bo : sold In
ten and twonty-ncro tracts for (arm
ing and gardening, and about 200
acres will bo resorved by tho Austin
Brothers Association for a blooded
stock iarm.
Tho Salt Lake and Utah railroad
will run a branch lino from Klrkham
to tho now town, which will afford
transportation facilities for (hole
who llvo there. ' ) .
Those who own lots In tho now
town will nlso be sharo holders In tho
resort propor, and participate la the
managing ot tho unmo, and thousands
of dollars will bo spent on improve
ments, nnd In developing tho natural
resources of tho country thereabout
Tho new city wilt furnish a splen
did refugo for tho city business men,
many ot whom will mnko It their
summer homo, t
Messrs. Donald Pratt, engineer fr.
tho Utah Idaho Sugar Company, Ge&
Austin, head ot tho Austin Brother'
ABBodatlon, and Edward SouthwlcJt
of Lehl spent Tuesday making a pre
liminary survey of the Saratoga faria,
Mr. Southwlck will bo the company'
agent hero nnd will handle all ' the
real estato deals. ''''."k.
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MARY PICKFORD AGAIN
TRIUMPHS IN UNUSUAL
PHOTOPLAY, "RAi
Mary Plckford, the world's foremost
motion picture Btnr, has nt,Wuod t'nt'
r?1iojmMtrBCrr1mmumpii' clad in
rags. It Is theroforo of odd Intorost,
nnd particularly appropriate, that tho
latest photoplay starring this popular
Idol should bo entitled "Rays." This
unusual Btory Is from tho pen of Edith
Barnard Delano, who requires no In
troduction to lovers of original fiction,
and tho talo has been bo constructed
us to provide Miss Plckford with a
chnractorlzatlon that permits of all
her nmazlngly versatile powers of
unlquo character portrayal. This
feature Is tho current Paramount re
lease produced by tho Famous Play
ers Film Co.
In Interpreting the various human
omotlons with which this characteriza
tion is crowded , Miss Plckford
pnrallols her recont hlstrlonlo
achievement In "Tho Dawn of a To
morrow." Tho situations In tho pro
duction nltornnto constantly botweon
tho pathotlo and tho happy, tho sym
pathetic and tho gay, nnd in all thoso
moods Miss Plckford is equally effec
tive, and offers abundant proof, If fur
ther proof Is necessary, that thoro la
but one Mary Plckford on tho screen,
and In all tho world, Tho touchos ot
comedy that bring a happy smile, and
tho touches ot tondor pathos that
bring tho lrreslstlblo tear, again assort
her mastery over tho olcmonts ot
drama and comndy which tills gtftod
star has so consistently ovldonced In
tho past.
Thoro nro ninny sottlngs In tho pro
duction that deserve special commen
dation, and tho transition of "Rng&"
from her squalid and sordid environ
ment to an utmosphoro ot wealth and
luxury Is accomplished in a thorough
ly convincing manner.
At Tho Royal Theatre, Wednosday
and Thursday. ndv
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MEETING OF MI88IONARIE8'
WIVE8 AND PARENTS.
Tho moetlng ot tho Missionaries'
Wives nnd Purents will bo hold nt
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Christian
Peterson Thursday evening.
Tho following program will bo
rondered:
Spoooh of Welcome MrB. Christian
Potojson.
Song Miss Mrl Clark.
Missionary Experiences Wllles
Sahow,
Letter Reading Elizabeth Russon.
Quartet Members ot Association.
Missionary Experiences Lynn
Clark.
Song Lualla Chrlstofforson.
Reading Mre. A L. Yates.
Refrosbmonts. '
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J I you is duo oui'.thanlcs for youijfmtroiiage of tko'MBttowar "willi 5 1 U
Jl lihs helped towards our shnnncfahulidaiitly in bptli. . " l , S 1
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a! Our 'brightest anticipation for'-tlio future is, a reasonable uwurjiiicot L C ! I
,: of 'your continued and incrcasint' loyalty. . -. ' ' l f fc , ' f
Qi Witli''thp approach of the New, Year, wo extend to you our.sineerd L t S
C j., wishes that. it may bring great prosperity, success and. MppineL Ik Plk !
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TO-NIGHT X y
AND TOMORROW NIGHT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY V;
MARY PICKFORD
IN ONE OF HER GREATEST CHARACTERIZATIONS : 1
"RAGS"
; ARY PIOKFOIilD, the world's foremost motion picture star, repeats in i : fl
: "Rags" tho transcendent triumph she attained in "Tcss o'f tho Storm I
: Country," hitherto conceded to bo her greatest portrayal. Always inimitable, : I
always human, lovable and impulsive, she makes tho character of "Rags" a , ;
I living, breathing incarnation of all that is sweet and tender. The dramatic j , I
situations are numerous and powerful, and the sacrifice renunciation, and : I
: " ultimate triumph of the abused and oppressed title character are thrilling in
tho extreme. "Pags" is a genuine Piclcford classic. ' j! I
j TWO NIGHTS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY' Admission 5 and 10c. M
A ROYAL NEW YEAR PROGRAM ! 1
; FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND SA TURDAY JMATJNEE i ! I
CHAPTER THIRTEEN OP THE "DIAMOND PROM THE SKY" :
Entitled " AMan and a Mask" interest is growing at white heatmakes you j J H
hold on to your seat a thrill In each chaptor.
"TWO SPOT JOE" " lm" ' i V ' 1 I
A flying vestem frontier "Mustang" drama featuring Jack Richardson, E. 2
Forrest Taylor and Louise Lester. 9
"THE DOUBLE CROSS" I . I
A rip roaring "Cub" Comedy featuiing George Ovoy, the funniest man in
America. $ B
i "BEAUTY COMEDY" 1 1
Featuring the famous "Beauty" Comedy star Nova Gorbers They're al- I
i SacLt. ways good. , i iii 1 M
A Big Royal Six Reel New Year Program of Delight. m
, Friday and Saturday and Saturday Matinee Admission 5 and 10c. f K
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