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IfOLTVIL LEHI,"UTAH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER f920 . No. 5 ' Sag
I Monday, Sept. 1 3th
.pMchew Secured and Assigned.
Rlalf Day Sessions of First, Second
VSnd Third Grades Will Alleviate
Crowded Conditions In Grammar
Band Primary Departments.
CE'lio securing of teachors and dtvto
commencing of acliool hns been
announced by Superintendent Wnlkor
il fo? tbo 1020-21 season of tho Alpine
55atrlct. School will start Monday,
Sefctombor 13tli. Teachers for every
grado have boon secured and a vory
successful school year promises.
KtIic decision to hold only hnlf
day sessions for tho first, second and
tiflrd t!rnd03 In all of tho largo
scliools In the district will allovlnto to
sjcertnln extent tho crowded condi
tion that exists In tho Lohl school
Idlngs. With this chnngo in of-
f; it is said tho local bcIk ' -in
along with tho bulldln . .u
G?ollowlng is tho list of touchers
gaScured for tho season:
B Lehl, 4th Precinct.
4WJk Junius Hanks, Principal.
I IByrl Hamilton Margaret Thurman
DaVid Mitchell Ilobort Plxton
'Karl Banks Lonndor Tauimonin
IGrammer . .
H Wm. Davis, Principal.
Ariel Jensen Wlnnlo Evans
Vallaco Andorson Ionn HolniRtead
fl5BTliurman Kmolno Dubois
SVora Tnylor Dolcio Southwlck
ftmiSGllchrlst Edith Goates
JKjM Bllza Phillips
jn Kdnn I.uvolcss, Principal.
Marvel Tnylor Arvllla Woolston
AMa Goodwin Violet Uroadbont
Manua Jones Juno Whlpplo
JCfS-M. L. TJeld Margarot Uokor
MtMphn Whalloy Jennie Wolch
'iAaY Anderson, music for 4th procinct.
UW Fifth Precinct.
IHilph Dubois Nettlo Iljork
tip Woodruff Horry
BpTabernacle Remodeling Started
Kinder tho dlroctlon of W. W.
BDJckorson workmon commoncod tho
feaniodollng of tho Tabornaole bnso-
Imeiit yosterday for school purposos.
Eriio basomont will bo divided Into
two largo rooms with nocossary
sSallor adjoining storo rooms,
etc. Ono will bo arranged ns an ugrl-
cultural laboratory and tho othor nB
2 Hwood work shop. Tho two rear
Sms Immediately to tho roar of tho
Sfgan and tho ono abovo will bo con
vStod into domestic sclenco and art
Koms. About a month will bo tho
?Hmo roqulrod to put tbo rooms in
'iSiapo It is figured.
IM ARIZONA TEMPLE DAY
flln order that ovory Luttcrday Saint
'Cwho desires to contribute to tho croc
KtloH of tho Tomplo at Mesa, Arizona,
Ifiundny, Soptembor 12th, has boon sot
fgtsldo ub "Arizona Tomplo Day." Wo
ffioauoBt that each Bishop in tho
Church mako arrangomonts by which
gnllfwho doslro may mako those do
TOiaTlons, and wo hopo each Bishop will
iSflcourngo BVEIIY mombor of his
jjward to becomo a donor. Further do
malls concerning tho collection of the
. YfjiBds, record of donors, and tho man
irfn5F of remitting tho donations, will
. ItiSlRlvcn by tho Presiding Bishopric,
lSmwiiO will colloct thoso funds.
mm nnnicR j. guant,
iSMM ANTIION II. LUND,
BH CHARLES W. PHNIIOSE,
fgH ' First Prosidency.
jH PROTECT YOUR EYES .
jWith our up-to-dnto goggles nml
gfejp Thoy rest tho oyos.
a'W E. N. WEBB
w9f Jeweler and Optometrist
' dS "At The Ql,t shp-"
irVKwAIN STREET LEHI
SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING
In special council moetlug Tuosday
ovonlug Glen AdnuiBon was appolutod
iccordor to 1111 the aoancy loft by
tho resignation of A. L. Yates, who
has accoplod a position in Salt Lake
City as Instructor in tho city schools.
Other busluuss tnkon up Included a
joport from Mayor Gardner concern
ing obtaining of content for paving
work and tho foundation ot tho Mom-orlal-Caruogio
building. It was said
that tho car shortage Is holding up
coniont shlpmouts but by trucking tho
i eeded material from Salt Luke tho
vork can bo gone ahead with.
It is tho intention ot the city
cfllclals to push both Jobs. In con
f jrmlty with thoso plans actual opor
ntlons on tho foundation ot tho now
buildings can bo oxpocted In tho vory
SARATOGA NOT CLOSED
Contrary to n persistent rumor
that Saratoga Is closed, tho resort
In still open and has boon every day
t'llB souson and further tho manago
cient roports they will remain open
A report, started by somo malicious
rersoiiB for personal roagons, saying
tho hoalth conditions woro not good
nt tho rosort and that a person with
an Incurable contagious dlsoase was
at tho placo have gono broadcast. This
hi absolutely incorrect ub tho state
health Inspoctor has visited tho re
sort sovoral llmos and pronounced
ovorythlng in tip-top shapo.
Tho management Is Indignant over
tho roport and wishes to Inform tho
public that everything Is boing done
n keep tho placo In n first class
funeral For John Wood Held At
Homo Yesterday Afternoon
Ptomaine poisoning caused tho
death of John Wood, railroad con
ductor on tho Woatorn branch for
u lone time, nt tho Holy Cross
hospital whoro ho was 111 only nluo
da. Poisoning occurred at Cnllonta
fiom whoro ho was rushed to the Salt
Following death tho remains woio
brought to Lehl by undertaker
.Vulnn whoro thay woro held until
burial yostorday. Funeral servlcoa
wero conducted at tho resldouco In
tho Lehl Third Ward. Bishop Henry
Lewis rend a biographical sketch
and with Kdwnrd Southwlck offer
ed lomarkB of a very con
ijllng nature for the mothflr and
ohlldron left bohlnd. Opening pray
er was pronouncod by John 15
Jonos and tho benediction by N. O.
Malun. The ward choir oponoil by
hIiikIuk, "I Need Theo Mvery Hour,"
followed by tho selaotiou, "Josus My
Savior," by Fiod Iteevea, Mr. Goorge
Price nnd William Hadllold rendop
ed a duet, "Whon the Angola Huvo
Lifted tho Voll" and MUs llozella
Johnson nnd Mrs. Krnoat Jackson
sang n duet. "Some Sweot Day." In
conclusion tho choir sang, "Beautiful
John Wood, sou of Stephon and
Horenco Wood, was born February
20. 1801, In Illinois. He ctuuo to
Utah In 18S7 and' was married to
Alice Johnson, October. 0, 1S8S. To
them wna bom threo aona and three
dauKhters, one son and one daughter
pf whom having preceded him to
tho groat beyond.
While attending to hie duties as
railroad conductor nt Callenta,
August 15th, he was effected with
ptomaine polsonlnK- Immediately ho
waa taken to tho Holy Crose hoepltal
where the best medlcnl mon did nil
that could be done for him. But he
grew gradually worae and paaaed
, away August SO'.ti. At the time of
death he was 59 years, 6 months and
10 daye old. Bealdea his wife two
aona, John nnd William, two dauali
ten, Mrs. IS. J. Iluudall and Mary,
and a host of frlamli mourn hit logs.
Mra George P. Prlco spent Tues
day visiting nt LIndon.
Utah Censes Report
Shows Good Growth
Utah County Make 7.5 Percent In
crease. Lohl Makes Better Growth
Than Neighboring Towns.
Washington, Aug. 30 Utah, forty
(lrst state in population ten yoars ag6
and tho 1020 population of which Vi'ris
Minounced today by tho coiisub bureau
as -149,4 1G, has shown tho largoet por
centnge of growth of nny stato thus
far announcod In tho fourteenth c.6n
bus. lta rate of growth, 20T.4 porcenf?
wiib almost as large aB that for thft
decade ondlng with 1910, but Ufl
nimorlcal IncroaBo was exceeded ih
In tho last ton years Its lncrcaso
was 70,095, while ton yoars ago '"it
showed an incroaso of 90,002. Thb
stato now has ulmost forty times tho
population It had when orgnnized as
a torrltory In 18C0, and Its lncrcaso!
lu tho last ton yonrs Is moro than six
time the population at that tlmo.
Utah had a population of 1173,351 1$
1910, ranking ns tho forty-first most
populous stato in tho union. It show-j
ed an increase of 90,002 or 34.9 per,
cont over 1900, having had tho larg
ost growth numerically In Its history
to that time.
In area Utah ranked as tonth larg
est stato In tho union In 1910, with
n land nroa of 82,184 squaro mllos,
making Its population avorago 4.5 per
Utah county mndo a growth of 7,Q
percont or an lncrcaso of 2850 since
1910. Her present population la glvon,
Lohl city's growth has boon largor
tho lust ton yearB than olther Amorl'
can Fork or Plensant Grovo But does
not compnro with tho cltlea In tho
southern ,part of tho county. There'
aro now 114 moro porsons living lions
than thoro woro In 1910 tho conBiis
roiort shows. This Incroaso Is on-;
couraging whon compared with Ameri
can Fork which has a loss of 34 por
sons. Populations ot Incorporated placos
lu Utah county, Utah, as announced
today by tho census bureau, nro aB
follows, tho 1920 flguros being given
firm and tho 1910 flguros second:
Alplno - 470 490
Amorlcnn Fork 2703 2797
aoshon - 520 470
Lohl . -.... 3078 t 2901
Mnploton 580 534
Payson 3031 2397
Pleasant Grovo 1082 1018
Provo - 10,303 8925
Salem 009 093
Santaquln 978 915
SpaniBh Fork 4030 3401
Sprlngvlllo 3010 3350
JUNIOR BAND FILLS FIRST
Band Mnstor Abraham Andorson
took the Lohl Junior Bund to Ameri
can Fork Wednesday afternoon wore
thoy successfully llllod tholr first
out-of-town ongagomont. Thoy fur
nished n numbor of soloctlonu at tho
baseball park to tho delight of many
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Sloes This Sound
We put augur down today ?3.00 a
sack. Wo will sell you jmgor now
for $3 00 loss.
Suirnr today, per sack 119.85
10 Pounds 2.10
Wo load othor follow.
$1.50 Quality Broom on Sale 98c
1 quart Mason Jars, dozen . $1.1
2 dozen Maaon Jar, dosen . 1.&
3 doaen, Beat Jar Rubber &
It pays to get the best.
Extra Quality Pickling
Vlneoar 00c gallon
FALL' DRE88 GOODS
New ginghams Just In. No better
or pi enter assortment of gingham ever
nhown In Lehl. We Invite you to
Ladies' 50o black and white hose,
Men's socks, all colore, 60o grade
We are wutohlng every opportunity
poaslble to m' goods down.
You can 'n on getting the
beat at the alblo prlco at
Broadb , Store
p. g We buttons am'
Frame pictures. rame youra
REPUBLICANS TO REORGANIZE
The UopubllcanB will moat lu ' the
Taboruaolo noxt Wednesday ovonlng
and reoiranlze their party locally.
Airs. Wright, the county chnlrmau ot
.women's clubs, will be preaont to
organize tbo wonion, ami Hnrvoy
Cluff. candidate for attorney general,
(will orRanlxo tho malo voters.
' Thirty three delogalea to tho county
convention will bo chosan. Lohl will
Drobably endorse a man for tho Stato
cgldaturo and may lmvo a candidate
fbt County Commissioner. Amiricnn
iVrl: is coming out for u Commission
er and John 11. Wooton, J. T. Gardner
nml John Ituuter are being mention
a'A. Illeaaant Grovo will probably oak
for a mombor of the State LegU
lalturo. Codar Valloy Is coming for
tho sheriff, tbough throe from Provo
are also nsptrln?. Sprlngvllle will
nsk for Oounty Attoraoy and possi
bly a County Commissioner. Spanish
fork wanta tho assessor and troasur
en Payson wants to send a nun to
tho Legislature and Provo will prob
ably have mifllcient candidates to fill
All tho Jobs.
The County Commissioners recent
ly doublod their own salaries, like
Wlsu those of tho othor ofllccrs so
there will bo plenty of candidates.
.W. A. ICnlght, Mayor Gardner. J.
8. Cotter, S. I. Goodwin. nnd others
nro mentioned as posslblo candidates.
BARNHART DABY DIES
Tho young bnbo of J. L. and Vor
niece Sinter Barnhnrt died Friday
following an lilnosB lasting soven
wcokB. Tho babo wbb born July 7,
FUncral sorvlcns woro hold Sunday.
Tbn' apenkors woro , Bishop Lowls,
bKerji,- F.. Barnes. anojViyilllam Hadi
fluid. John K. Jonos offorod tho In
vocation nnd W. W. Dlckorson tho
bonedlctlon. Musical numbers In
cluded, "Somo Tlmo Wo'H Under-'
stand," "Beautiful Isle" and "Shall Wo
Meet Boyoud the ltlvor," by tho
oholr and "Your Sweat Llttlo Hose
bud Has Loft You" by Mrs. Goorgo
Band Concert Sunday Iff
Proved Very Entertaing 111
Many Compliments Paid Organization
For Their Efforts and 8plcndld
Music. More Concerts Coming.
A large number ot cltizona turned
out Sunday afternoon to hear tho first
open air band concert glvon at the
Wlnofl Park this soason by tho Lohl ,
3llvcr Band. Appreciation ot thoso
pi often t was maulfeited in applause
and compliments paid to tho band
members for their afforts. Many
wero lieaid to say it was thu host
ovonlng thoy had enjoyed this sum
mer nnd expressed a doslro that some
thing of tho kind bo nrrangod at re
These tlealrca trill bo filled accord
ing to Prosldont Leon Taylor who
stHtes that tho band will gtvo a num
bor of concerts. Tho naxt ono will bo
S.mdny, Septembor Cth, commencing
at 0 p. m.
Since tho organization ot tho band
th's spring groat progross has boon
mado. Prof. A. Andorson with others
iitarted tho movement, took up n col
leotlon, purohiiBed Instruments and
KOt things to going. Practices woro
held otton and nt tho prosent tlmo
tho band Is sntd to bo playing as good
innate ns any organization pt Us bIzo
In tho iitate.
Hocent reorganization was mado
noceasary hocnuso of school work
which will toko tbo tlmo of Prof.
Andorson. Bosldos his musical work
In school he Is handling all ot tho In
struction work of tho Junior Band.
Mr. Anderson has and still Is a boost
er of tho band and says ho hopes to
devolop onough Junior mombors to
till In any vacancies that occur In
lb Silver Band.
Tho nowly elected offlcors of tho
Sllvor Band aro: Leon Tnylor, presid
ent; Donnls Olios, director nnd
Hnrohl Fox, secretary. '
Financially tho organization Is., In
good shape. All Instruments nro paid
for and no dobts nro outstanding.
"Walter, this coffco Is nothing but
"Yos, sir; It was ground this morn
Ing." Poo Doo.
FiRST SNOW OF 8EASON iB
CAPPED MOUNTAIN8 FRIDAY .'BE
King Winter cast his first mantlo -iLll
ot snow this soason over tho top of sal
Mt. Tlmpnnogos and other mountains
surrounding Utah valloy Friday morn- M
Ing. Tho storm was qulto gonoral
nnd although tho tomporaturo droppod 'W
considerably It la tho ballot that tho r ,H
cold snap will not hurt tho crops. mm
Much good will rosult to tho local H
beet, potato and alfalfa crops as tho m
molsturo came at Just tho tlmo -when H
the water supply Is falling off and H
tho plants need wator for propor
maturing. Many alfalfa fields wilt H
now produco a good third crop whoro jW
without tho storm only short growth flH
would havo boon mado. Many tons fifl
ot beets will result from fastor grow
th ami tho potato Holds will rospond H
with moro bushols of tho Irish dish.
CAPTAIN IRA W,OODHOU9E m
VILL RETURN TO AMERICA .jH
Klko, Nov., Aug. 28 In n talogrnm H
to his, father, Iko Woodhousu, Captain UM
Ira Woodhouse, American aviator, )H
announces that ho will return from H
Paris next wook. Captain Woodhouso H
first entered tho nmbulanco sorvlco ot Wl
tho French army two years before tho H
Uultod States outorod tho war. Ho ,H
transferred to tho aviation branch ot H
tho army and saw sorvlco In tho A. H
After tho nrmlstico ho secured hlo iH
dlschnrgo nnd Joined tho Polish forces JjH
who woro battling tho Bolshovlkl. His - HH
plnno was shot down In flamoB la an IH
encounter with a Bolshovlkl aviator, al
but ho escaped without serious Injury. 'Lh
Ho was discharged from tho Polish jH
army eight weeks ago. 's
Flnaera- With Only One Joint X ' ; fjH
Dr. O. F. OddlO. reports to tho nr- s
clilvos of radiology nml clcctrothcr 'i
upy (London) Ibo cnio of a boy of 11
fourteen whose lingers lmvo only one m
joint. Ills iimtliiT timl similar hands, "-H
as havo four nf her ulno children, the H
fingers of the live others being nor- MM
A Juicy Broiled Steak fcHBf I
Wouldn't you enjoy one for jfi5S 'm
dinner thick and juicy, PKI'I iffl
broiled to a turn, witK rich flU m
brown gravy? Easiest thing IIISlI :jt?
in the world with SBi- j,
COLE'S SS&r RANGE m
The Odorless and Smokeless Broiler and Toaster does the work tjjj '
saves all the rich juices NAhich are wasted by other methods, and "'"SH''.
does not take up any of the valuable top cooking space." ' "m u
I ., Ji s. an exclusive feature of ihis remarkable range. y 1 ,j
v See it at our storq today. Wk
)Mm I People's Co-op, lust. MSBm I
Mli The Biwy Store on State Street fl SV I
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