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B Combined With The Lehi Banner -fc 4 V
ity to Enforce
Wwial Run of City Business Disposed
Hfc of at Regular Session.
Mty Fnthorn assured n commltteo
ISjLtlil mothers, who waited upon
MMtin ut tho regular Soptombor moat
ISftTuoHdny evening, that tho etirfow
itfjjf n i nl other ordinances pertaining
iSJthu welfaro of tho children ot tho
MMinunlty will bo rigidly unforced In
Mio commltteo, consisting of Mrs.
Stttph (Hover, Mrs. Harry Stoker and
M. Martha Dull, as representatives
mvliu Lohl mothers, tho Lohl Rellot
IsMtety and tho Lohl Tobacco Leaguo,
ajftitd If tho city olllclals would lend
Wrtr Bupport to tho tobacco loague,
Mit-rco tho curfow law and ralso tho
SjpPcffoctod by this law from 14 years
SllG years, place lights on tho tho,
pSol Iioubo and Wines Park lawns
9K,n othor ways holp to stamp out
j&BUuudestrablo conditions that aro of
JBBng tho lives of our children. In
S discussion that followed It was
tho othor towns of tho Alplno
o wero bolng asked to do tho
HBO thing and In somo Instances had
jttjldy answorcd favorably. Tho
Mfcilttoo (reported that me'rehnnts
lSB had boon visited regarding tho
jMMof tobacco and In most Instances ,
aSed to dlscontlnuo tho salo of
fcttScco providing all othor cerclmnts
iAo town v ould do tho samo thing. I
kjwuj thought that this could not be
tamAlcd effectively unlyis tho state!
)gli)aturo passes such a law but, re-1
jmNWobs ot this, every effort will bo '
HMtUto help In tho matter of lmprov
rtfijgondltloiut as suggested by tho
eMMtltteo and tho council unnnmlous
lyKSesod a resolution to this effect.
"Afropresontatlvo of tho Kuddleson
StTktro engineering linn which has
thtraXaln Street paving In charge,
wsJSro8cnt at tho meeting with plans
Mi9MecincationB for tho proposed
ewtijtand curb paving. Tho Bpeclfl
cftttwi and plans wero accepted and
a wstUeft for tho uso of bidders on the
wJ-Mils must all bo In by next
Tjmjgy when tho work will bo ,
tfMjpas reported that work on the
Mwjfpbrary-Memorial-Clty Hall build ,
4Mtamdatlon will commence immedl
twHw Tho weeds liavoboon cleared
MJHand othor preliminary work Is
MJjWlelng done. It Is plannod to get i
tlwtghndatlon work In this year.
VtjMticllman Cotter reported the
(Sfijfet trafllc regulations. The mat
iTwks referred to tho Street Com- i
ptmH which will Investigate nnd ro-
ifMmotlon carried authorizing the .
ftjTot tho City motor cyclo for not J
twSfthnn J150. It was pointed out
iliSu&aUght truck would bo moro use
?irtfSi tho city.
ifCMmclluian Lott reported that over (
fttsVfrhnd been collected for tho uso ,
XliMtcr this season. ,
if Wo matter ot tho transforlng ot
tMm Irrigation wntor stock to Ulshop
MKy Lowls, which ho claims, was i
fK-cd back to Councllmnn Dlckorbon (
MP, further Investigation. Illshop
Hb reported that tho transfer was ;
fcjfjtnado when ho purchased tho
M&rty from tho City although he
MWalways used tho wator. I
ifBuncllmnn DIckerson reported that i
jJjNorth and South road from the '
pStlon to tho Stato Road was In I
IsMBhnpo and needed repairing bo- 1
fcSSjWlntor. Matter referred to Streot
JHw prlvllego to hold an open air
iSfei1 on Main Streot noxt week was
fcriwfcgd to tho talil Military Hand.
rUimtal monthly bills wero allowed.
jHdANO DANCE FRIDAY J
jjjKUftmcnns ot forotolllng coming '
f yentT aro harmonliouyanil prodlct a .
dgprnccoss for thoLchl Military
laadjdunco In Smulns Acndomy to- (
lorraw (Friday) night. Tho Lehl
UaHtllineinbnra aro giving tho dancing
yartyjfuiid for sovoral days tickets 1
avollicoi) sold. A big Jolly crowd j
lhool Days '
1 XfiTve you a good Fountain i
;Vo have lots of them. ,
(itain Pens tho best for
Id all over the world '
2,50 and up.
cry Pen Guaranteed.
veler and Optomatrist -At
The Gift Shop.
mam Street Lehi
repair all makes of pens. '
Is sure to bo present and make tho
event one that will bo remombored.
Proceeds from tho party will go Into
tho treasury of tho band for music
and othor needed nrtlclos.
The call to school bIiico tho opening
on Monday, September 13th, has beon
answeted by 1000 pupils according to
enrollment at tho various schools yes
terday. This is Indeod gratifying to
tho teachers and school olllclals as
tho school census was only slightly
oor tho 1100 mnrk.
In tho local high school Principal
Hanks has registered 141, tho largest
number that has over been In school
nt this tlino during any year In tho
school's history. It is expected that
tho number will reach the 200 mark
Tho number of students and tho in
Grammar 8th, Mr. Anderson 33,
Mr Davis 37 and Mr. Jenson 9. 7th,
Miss Thurman 32, Miss V. Taylor 32,
and Mrs. N. Holmstcad 30. Ctll, Miss
Phillips 3C, Miss Evans 35 and Miss
Whlpplo (Unnk Ilulldlng) 29. Bth Mrs.
Qllchrlst 33, Miss Southwlck 35 and
Miss Gontcs 28.
Primary 1th, Miss Jones 35 and
Miss M. Taylor 36. 3rd, Miss Goodwin
70. 2nd, Miss Lovoloss 45 and Miss
Woolston 3G. 1st, Mrs. Uroadbent 45,
Miss Woolston 3G.
Sego Lilly Mrs. Whnlley, 1st and
2nd 39, Miss Ulbb, 3rd and 4th, 2D.
Farnklln Mrs. PJeld, 3rd and 4th, 39,
and Miss Uaker 1st and 2nd S3.
James Pctorson was at Salt Lake
City Monday on business.
Sy Jones ot Deavor is spending
Buveral days hero tho guest ot Miss
Mr.s Joseph Dovoy of Salt Lako
Bpent Frldny hero tho guest of Mrs.
Miss Lalleo Aiulorson has accopted
n position with ChlpmnnfT Millinery nt
Miss Ardella and Lcona Hanson of
Kuroka, returned to their homo Mon
Jay, after spending last week hero
with Mrs. Elmer Rhodes.
Mrs. Dasll Smith, who recently un
lorwont an operation fora ppendlcltls
it tho local hospital, was able to bo
removed to her homo Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenco Malm re
turned to tholr home in Idaho yester
lay. Mrs. Malm has spoilt tho past
throo months here with nor mother,
Mrs. Colestla Schow.
MIsb Margnrot Alton, Madolln Drou
Jay, and Joseph UJork ot Salt Lako
.vcro Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Peterson. Tho guests were
'o rm or missionary companions of Mr.
Mrs. John Hutchlngs returnod homo
Sunday ovenlng Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Oovey and Miss Clara Dovey ontor
nlned tho following: Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Ferris, Mlrl Ferris, Molvln
Ferris and Desslo Johnston of
Chicago. Miss Madolln Droubny,
Margaret Allon nnd Josoph DJork of
3nlt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Peter
ion, Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Schow, Miss
Mirl Clnrk, Audrey Worlton nnd Les
;er Spencer of Escalanto, Utah.
Tho Alpine Stnko M. I. A. and Ro
Iglon workorH will conjointly hold a
lonvontlon at Amorlcan Fork Sunday.
riroo sessions will bo given 10:30 a.
n., 1:30 p. Yn. and 7:30 p. nif all In tho
HOT HOU8E REPAIRED
Damage done by tho hall storm to
tho Lohl Floral plant has been re
paired and flowers planted out.
8TUDIO IN TOWN
Larson & Hollow of Provo have
teased the rooms over Uroadbent &
Sons Storo and will open up a photo
4raph studio on noxt Saturday, adv.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
All hunters aro hereby notified that
tho property embracing what Is gen
srally known as tho Tulos on tho
Utah Lako south ot Lehl City within
tho A. J. Worlton, Thad Powell, Utah
Idaho Sugar Company, Josoph W.
tloatos, Georgo H. Ooatos and J. W.
Wing property lines is leased. No
liuntltig will bo pormlttcd there this
noason and anyono othor than tho
lessees found on thoso grounds will
bo prosocutod to the full extent of
LEHI QUN CLUD.
Every town in tho vicinity of Old
Tlmp. has layed claim to tho moun
tain peak and aro endeavoring to
direct tourists to the mountain top
ovor their trail. Lohl has in tho past
let things go by and othorB have beon
receiving tho benefits from this class
of spondors. Hut now, through tho
efforts of James Potorson and othor
citizens, Lohl has a routo to tho peak
and tho only thing left to do Is to
make tho fact known. It Is tho
shortest routo from any northren
point and can be mado THE ROUTE
if business people and city officials
will uso tholr efforts to advortlso it.
Through tho improving and open
ing of tho road over Mitchell Hollow
near tho Thrnshor farm and tho
widening ot tho stroet north ot there
a thrco rod road Is obtained from tbo
Old Experimental farm to tho Alplno
road east of tho Highland school. Tho
ollmlnatlo'n ot tho deep ditches on
tho stretch ot road abovo tho Thrash
er farm doos away with tho great
objection formerly raised to this road.
Tho now routo can start at Main
Streot on First East, go north across
tho Salt Lake Routo track, east on
tho section lino to tho old experi
mental farm corner, north over tbo
Whlmpoy hill through Mitchell hollow
on up to tho creek and then cast,
still on a section lino to tho Alplno
road, thonco into Amorlcan Fork
Canyon and to tho now trail in South
Let's nanio and advertise tho now
Lehl route, place road signs and
direct tralllc this way to tho wonder
ful peak, its glacier and the othor
wonders ot our Wasatch mountains
nnd scenic canyon.
Cole's Hot Dlast Ranges and Heat
ers at I'ooplo's Coop. adv.
PREVENT SPREAD OF DISEASES
People's attention is called to tho
fact that with 'tho onsot of winter
and tho commonclng of school wo al
ways havo an incrcaso ot contagious
diseases. At tho present tlmo wo aro
in common with the wholo stato in
that wo aro subject to an opedemlo ot
This dlsenso is responsible for a
great many deaths, many more than
Is usually supposod. Wo urgently re
quest that people report promptly
any susplcloua cases, especially in
children ot school age. This is tho
only means wo havo of stopping tho
spread ot tho dlBoascs and stopping
unnecessary deaths among tho child
ren. City Donrd of Health.
THE VERY LATEST STYLES
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
A Bonnet for Every Face, the
size of every puree, and one that
will help the looks of tho very
host, can now he seen at
Splendid Showing of Fall
SPECIAL SALE PRICE
Another now lot of thorn pretty
ginghaniH just in. You have
noticed a lot of DRESSY ainglinm
DreHHes; well jiwl ask them where
they got them and then you will
eoino get yours
at BROADBENTS STORE too.
10 Pounds $ 1.85
25 Pounds . 4.60
1 Quart Jars, per dozen .... 1.12
2 Quart Mason Jars..-. .. 1.20
The Best Jar Rubbers,
3 dozen 25c
And if its extra good pickling
vinegar youxwish you can got it
P. S. Wo nllow f0c dozen for
Frame pictures and cover dress
Services For Owen T. Steyart Held
Tuesday In Flnt Ward.
Owen T. Stewart passed away at
tho family homo In Spanish Fork, Sat
urday evening, following an illnoss of
ton months. Doath was caused from
broncho pneumonia contributory to
rheumatism. Tho real troublo started
whon ho sufforod lend poisoning at
Park City over two years prior to his
The body was brought to Lohl Sun
day by Undertaker N. O. Malun nnd
propnred for burial,
Funeral services woro conducted In
tho Lehl First Ward mooting houso,
Commencing at 2 p. m. Tuesday, and
wore In charge of DIshop It. J,
Whlpplo. Tho spcakors woro Mayor
James II. Gardner, President A. J.
Evans and Ulshop B." Wnddoups of
Park City. A brief llfo sketch was
read by DIshop Whlpplo. Singing con
sisted of soloctlons by tho ward choir,
n' quartet by Misses Lillian Knudson
and Molba Fox nnd Abraham nnd
Joseph Anderson nnd a solo by Mrs.
O. L. Klttlnger. Invocation wns pro
nounced by John Dtmhmnn, benediction
by Carlos Schow and tho dedication
of tho gravo by W. W. Clark,
Mr. Owen T. 8townrt was lorn In
Lohl, February 8, 1874. Ho was roar
ed and cducatod hero. Ho took up
raining as his occupation and has
worked In most of tho Utah camps.
About eight years ngo ho went to
Park City whero ho spent six years.
There ho was ono of tho men who
drove the Snako Creek drain tunnel
which unwatered tho Park City dis
trict. While there ho suffered lead
poisoning and in 1918 moved to Span
ish Fork whoro ho has lived tho paBt
two years. Ho, beenmo seriously ill
tho latter part of 1919 slnco which
time ho has gradually bocoino worso
and for somo tlmo ho has beon con-
fled to his bed,
Ho Is survived by his wlo, two
married daughters, Mrs. Lctha Milior
of Spanish Fork and Mrs. Orphn
Durbock of Park City, two sons,
Arthur nnd Itussol, and uumorous
othor relatives and friends.
Orlef Sketch of Tho Life of Owen
Owen, son of Sarnh P. TliotnaB nnd
Arthur M. Stewart, was born In Lohl,
Fobruary 8, 1874, wns baptlzod a mem
ber of tho church of Jesus Christ of
Lattordny Snlnta nt tho ago of eight
years and has always boon a motnbor
ot tho samo. Ho resided in Utah all
his llfo and engaged in mining. On July
20, 1895, ho wns married to Geneva J.
Whllo working In Park City ho con
tracted load poisoning, that caused
othor complications which resulted in
his death. Ho passed away Septem
ber 11, 1920, at Spanish Fork. His
wife and four children, two sons nnd
two daughters, survive him, besldos
his parents, ono brother nnd five
Miss Lola Varnoy, dnughtor of Mr.
and Mrs. James Varnoy of Amorlcan
Fork, wns married yesterday to Noblo
Kvans of this city. Tho mnrrlago took
placo In Salt Lako. Tho young couplo
will mnko thoir homo hero.
Last Wednesday in Snlt Lako Miss
Mary Woods, daughtor of Mrs. John
Woods, was married to Ilort Kemp.
The young couplo will make tholr
homo In Magna.
Miss Loonn Long, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Follx Long, was married yos
torday to Mr. Afton Olios. Tho cere
mony was solomlzed In the Salt Lako
Tomplo. Tho young couplo will mako
tholr homo In the Lohl Second Ward.
Miss JC88lo Scoroy, daughtor ot
Mr, and Mrs. Josoph Scorcy, and
Odoll Thomas wero married yostor
day at Salt Lako City. Mrs. D. A.
Thomas will entertain this ovenlng In
tholr honor. Tho young couple will
resldo In Idaho.
Holatlvos ot Miss Ilelva Allred,
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Allred,
received announcement of her marri
age to Alma Stanfleld at Salt Lako
Wednesday, September 8th.
"Pnl O' Mlno" first show of E.
Forrest Taylor Stock Compnny, Sat
urday, Soptombor 18. Tlckqts on Balo
Farmers Discuss Sugar I
Beet Price for 1921 I
At tho call of local Fnrm Huroau
olllcors n meeting wns hold Monday
ovonlng In tho Tnbernnclo whon tho
sugar boot price nnd contract for tho
coming year was discussed.
Tho following proposed sliding scnlo
was presented to tho fnrmors for
consideration nnd Veconuuondntlons.
Following, n discussion of tho ques
tion It was decided thnt tho general
principal of tho proposed schoduolo
was right. However thoy wished tho
price to includo higher sugar nnd that
Average PR0P08ED PRICE SCH EDULE FOR 1921 DEETS
MnrS Price " Aver nge tost of Cossettes. ,f - I
0fSuBar 12: 13 14 15 10 17 ..,18'
r4W con,18 - 4.20' 4.C5 4.00 5.25 5.C0 C.95 ' 0 30 '
L "" f -- HG C'95- C.83 0 22" 0 01 .. 7.00
6 con B .. r,.C0t ,0.07 0,53 7.00 -7.47 7.93 840
54 con 8 C20 0.72 7'.23 7 75 8 27 8.78 0 30
' con s c-80 7.37 7.93 8.50 9.07 9.03 . 100 M
',jCena .JO 8.12 .8.75 9.37 9.99 IOCS 11.24
' con a 8-20 8.88 9.57 10.25 10.93 1102 12 00
lAnl -P0 9.C4 10.39 11.12 11.80 12.C0 13.34 '
Lcon8 r- 9lC? ,(U0 112 12-0 12.80 13.C0 14.40 ,
?J ccnt1 rr iM 10M UM ,2-C7 13.51 1430 16.20
LC"8 - 10.C0 11.65 12.44 13.33 14.22 IS.'ll- 10.00
,Wcon8 H.20 12.13 13.07 14.00 14.93 15.87 10 80
" con -K- 11-74 12.71 13.09 14.07 .15.05 10.63 . 17.00
" con,t8 I2'2" 13-29 14.31 16.33 10.35 17.37 18.40
I2 conl8 12-80 13.87 14.95 10.00 17.07 18.13 10 20
Fractions of sugar prlcos and boot
tests In proportion nnd prices of
boots testing abovo. or bolow per
centages shown In tablo to bo In
creased or diminished In tho samo
Tho teats of beets to bo determined
on tho nvcrago content of tho
cossottcs for tho factory and not on
Individual growers beets.
Tho prlco of sugar to bo deter
mined on tho' yearly hvorngo from
October 1st. to Soptombor 30th fol
lowing. A major payment for boots to bo
inBtond of major portion tho initial
payment to tho farm or bo mado do- H
Unite. Othor minor changes woro
also Inserted hut ns n wholo tho iden H
as sot forth bolow wns satisfactory. H
Prosldont Lott was Instructed to ro- ,
port this action to tho county bureau -H
rpproBontntlvos nt their meeting nt
Provo Tuesday whon thoy would con- fl
Jointly nrrnngo dotalla thnt this H
county wish placed In tho contract. H
I.ntor tho various county roprosont-
ntlvi3 will meet nnd draw up n con-
tract for noxt year. fl
mado on tho 15th ot tho month fol- H
lowing delivery to tho factory. Tho H
nmount to bo paid to bo determined,
by tho prlco of sugar for tho pro- H
ceding period bogtnnlng Octobor 1st H
(or September 16th). Tho company H
to retain a margin to protect tho year-
ly soiling prlco. Final pnymont to H
bo mado not later than Soptombor H
Havo you solectod seats for 13. H
Forrest Taylor Company "Pql O' H
Mlno," Saturday 18th. adv.
I CSnW' amnesia j f M
I The Wedding I
jll T Nothing could I
xlw Ibi " mako a better or -'
vl rScIS B naore acceptable n
PP2 wedding present . M
" A fOLE'C -M
SSP V SANITARY O
DOWN DRAFT RANGE j
Beautiful in design. All nickel parts aro smooth as glass.
& largo roomp ocn. And a convenient farming closet.
Furnished in bluo or gray enamel or plain black finish. " 3
Nothing could bo easier than cooking or baking with this 8
range. It is tho Brides Choice. Wo invito ev'erjtene to our .1
storo to inspect this remarkublo fuel-sa-Oing specialty. Savesone. . , J
third to one-half tho fuel bill ?ith its Hot Blast Combustion. - j
People's Co-op. Inst. 1
The Busy Store on State Street ' , J
LEHI UTAH -M