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. mCm LEHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1020 1 : SRTT
H Are Named
ierJEpublicans Place W. A. Knight and E. B. Jones On
. ySSt. Local Democrats Pail To Fill Any Of
"giH The Positions With Lehi Timber.
yjjNt Is now sot and tho
fSYijiined for tho county dec
Wombor 4th. Tho Hopubllcan
Mfcilyaa hold last Wcdnosday
jSSS&y scat and tho Democrats
jMiIg that city Tuosday and
IKwwjBolcctlon for tho various
I publicans succeeded In
local tnon on tho ticket,
lit as Loglslaturo Ropro
i E. D. Jonos as County
xt tho Domocratic dolo
: to land a slnglo placo
N COUNTY TICKET"
r-yoar Torm County
E8 T. QAIIDNEII
o-year Torm County
IE M. HARMON
J. D. BOYD
L.E3 E. HAWKINS
&& V County Auditor
,r iPwiCounty Attorney
L IJJMLAN STRAW
MOTAIID D. JONES
'MWG$ of Lehi.
IWMMjpresontatlvos In tho
feBHi Loglslaturo ,
-flBfM A. KNIGHT""
pJHMgAVID T. LEWIS
Kj&m1 Spanish Fork.
feggMJtfEB B. THORNE
mTit. Pleasant Orovo.
$3$5f of Qoshon.
QBB COUNTY CONVENTION.
MtUkmocrats mot In tho Lehi
ifMli Saturday ovonlng, and so-Mlfitety-two
delegates and alter
limYgo to tho county convention
( samo tlmo they endorsed
Skllodgo as Precinct Contablo
ied Freeman Roylo to run
Vcket as Justice
1 OPENS BIOS FOR
MAIN STREET PAVING,
ipecial meotlng of Lehi City
Tuesday ovonlng, bids for tho
ttnwUon of curbing and gutter
fiWot comontlng for tho two
hafsti Main street woro opened.
rgWro read and tabulated and
Mjto tho Engluoer to flguro out,
9ctjto bo raado last ovonlng.
rMfe woro rocolvcd.
t4Mb'usIno8B to como up Included
WtM$ from tho county that Lehi
'.&eo shoulders on tho comont
QtwMMn Uio city limits. Tho mat
ymtakon under advlsemont. Tho
HMttfan of Assistant Firo Chief
PJjKjinly was read and accepted.
wUry of Recorder Byron W.
JVfljfcPPolnted at tho last regular
My.fwas dlscuBBod. As tho ordl
cejirtlpulatos tho amount It was
imtiTed that ho would bo pop
'Mi$ bill tho city for typewriting
Minutes, which amount has been
Save you a good Fountain
Wq have lots of them.
gjoitain Pens tho best for
Sold all over tho world
g2.50 and up.
Byery Pon Guaranteed.
(. N. Webb
gweler and Optometrist
At The Gift Shop.
tin Street Lehi
repair all makes of pons.
on tho ticket. Tho nearest they came
was tho nomination of Leo W. Goatcs
as Legislature Representative
A contrast of tho two conventions
was also manifested In tho spirit pre
vailing. Tho Republicans did loss
wrangling than at any provlous con
vention whllo tho Domocratlo gather
ing was marked by keen contests on
ovory nomination. I. E. Brockbank
acted as chairman of tho former con
vention and Edward Southwlck chair
man of tho latter.
The two tickets named follow:
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
For Four-year Torm County
R. D. WADLEY
of Pleasant Qrovo.
For Two-year Torm County
C. B. HUNTINGTON
For County Sheriff
J. T. WILLIAMS
For County Assessor
of American Fork.
For County Troasuror
JAMES A LOVELESS
of Provo Bench.
For County Rocordor
For County Auditor
JOHN W. GREY
For County Attornoy
J. W. ROBINSON
For County Surveyor
SCOTT P. STEWART
For Representatives In tho
v -' Legislature
MISS ALICE REYNOLDS
1 ALBERT T. MONEY
of Spanish Fork.
paid out In addition to tho regular
salary In tho past.
Mrs. Moroni Thaino, a victim of an
automobile accident near Ogdon sev
eral weeks ago, was ablo to leavo tho
Salt Lako hospital last Friday. Sho
Is still In a bad condition.
8HOT AT MUD-HEN COST8 $25.00
Surprise Indignation and sovoral
other statoB of mind woro passed
through Saturday ovonlng by "Jako"
Saboy when Judgo Kendall assessed
him 125.00 for shooting a mud-hen out
"Jako" was arrested noar tho
stool brldgo by Hilton Roberton,
government gamo warden, Saturday
ovonlng for shooting out of season.
In splto of tho fact that tho targot
of tho shot was only a mud-hon tho
arrost was mado and tho flno assessed
Considerable shooting of ducks has
boon dono In this section this season
and othor seasons before tho law
opens and tho wardens are dotormln
od to put a stop to tho practlco. This
Is tho first arrest In this section but
sovoral havo been mado In othor parts
of tho county. More will follow hero
If shooting Is not stopped, tho wardens
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
All hunters are horoby notified that
tho property embracing what Is gen
erally known as tho Tulos on tho
Utah Lako south of Lehi City within
tho A. J. Worlton, Thad Powell, Utah
Idaho Sugar Company, Joseph W.
Goates, George II. GoatOB and J. W.
Wing proporty linos Is loasod. No
hunting will bo permitted thero this
soason and anyono othor than tho
lessees found on thoso grounds will
bo prosocutod to tho full extent of
LEHI GUN CLUB.
Wo havo leased all tho hunting
ground between tho pumping plant
and tho old stool brldgo, this Includes
tho ranches of Richard Norman, Nor
man Bros., Will Yatoa and Israol
Evans. All non-members found hunt
ing or trapping on any of this property
will bo prosocutod to tho full extent
of tho law.
I THE" ARROWHEAD QUN OLUB.
Lehi May let
Lehi will likely bo tho alto for a
now syrup concorn known as tho
United States Syrup Company, which
Illed articles of 'incorporation with tho
secretary of Btato this wcok.
Tho company Is capitalized for
$100,000, divided Into 1,000,000 shares
of tho par vnluo of 10 cents. Its
odlcorB and directors nro: T. R. Cut
ler, prcsldont; J. F. Uradshaw, vice
president; Jacob Evans, socrotary and
treasurer; Moslah 'EvanB and Hobcr
Tho company enumerates as Its
assots J 10,000 In ensh and an appli
cation for a patent for a prbcoss of
refining molasses Hied In tho Unltod
States patent ofllco on August 17,
Tho byproduct of tho sugnr factory
hero will bo utilized by tho now
corporation. Tho ofllccs of tho com
pany nro to bp locatod In Salt Lake.
USE OF TOBACCO AND
HEALTH TOPICS 8UNDAY
Under tho auspices of tho Lehi
Homo and School Lcaguo two meet
ings will bo hold next Sunday tho
first In tho National Theatre com
mencing nt 10:30 a. m and tho sec
ond In tho ovonlug nt 8 p. m., in tho
Tho tlmo of tho morning mooting
will bo taken up by Prof. Fred G.
Pack, who will lecture on tho subjoct
of Tobacco. Parents are urgently re
quested to bo prcsont.
In tho ovonlng a musical program
undor tho direction of Josoph F.
Smith, and a lecture and picture
demonstration by Jnmcs II. Wnllla on
tho Health Crusado work will bo
given. It Is hoped a largo percent of
the citizens will be present.
Wc reduce the price" of all
10c AND 15c YAED
All 50c and 45c ginghams
now 35c. All 50c and 45c
outing flannels now 35c.
SOME BIG REDUCTION.
You see it pays to shop at
THE VERY LATEST STYLES
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
A Bonnet for Every Face, tho
sizo of every purse, uud one that
will help tho looks of tho very
best, can now bo hccii at
Splendid Showing of Fall
SPECIAL "SALE PRICE
Another now lot of them pretty
ginghams just in. You have
noticed a lot of DRESSY Gingham
Dresses; well just ask them whore
they got them and then you will
como get yours
at BROADBENTS STORE too.
10 Pounds $ 1.8B
25 Pounds 4.00
1 Qunrt Jars, per dozen 1,12
2 Quart Mason Jars 1.2C
The Best Jar Rubbers,
3 dozen 25(
And if its extra good picklinf
vinegar you wish you can got il
Ireiibtnt' i Store
P. S. We frame pictures an(
cover dress buttons.
L. D. S. garments for fall jus
Polish Array Air
Ira Woodhouse Return to Form
Volunteer Company of Aviators to
Captain Irn Woodhouse, grandson
ot'M'rs. Knmitt Woodhouse, spout tho
wook'-oud In Lohi visiting relutives
and frlonils, whom ho has not soeu for
livo years. Captnln Woodhouse Is in
high spirits and Is enjoying excellent
houth iu splto of tho strenuous llfo ho
hnsjjaen living during tho pust flvo
yoarflUhnt ho lias hoen lighting across
tho- Atlantic. Ho has hud a wonder
ful experience and posbossob an in
sight of conditions within tho various
European countries that few men have
been' ablo to socuro.
ThVcnptaln Iiob como to tho United
8tatcs in an effort to organlzo a
volunteer company of American aviat
ors jtor General Wrangel uml may re-
luiuiniiu muui IU l'UIUUU.
Captain Woodhousa said thut all
tho blood turdllng reports of cruelty
nnd"?outrago lnlllctedby tho JJoIbIio
vlsta;,of IlUBsia wljnmrufc; In fact, ho
oxprossed tho bolluOjtfiatJtho gouoral
public had, oven noWfio conception
of tho brutality and rollncmontB of
cruelty practiced by thoso enemies of
civilisation. Ho declared that tho of
ncera'who foil Into tho hands of tho
Ilod regarded thulr fato as far worse
than deatli and that it was tliolr cus
tom to carry poison which thoy could
swallow in case of enpturo.
Conditions Iu Russia, said Captain
Woodhouso, 'nro. particularly bad, In
tlmtitho power Is in tho hands of tho
radical element of tho Dolshcvlsts,
whoeffectually bar any attainment of
tho jdenls voiced by Leniuo.
Captain Woodhouso loft Utnhsomoflve
years ago nnd cnllBtod In tho French
army as a volunteer. Later ho joined
the American navy and was discharg
ed! -after bolng woundod. Ho tnon
foughj -wlUrUho j British army and
laior with thb "Polish flying 'corps;
whoro ho lias boon on duty continu
ously In various parts of tho servlco,
bolng nttached to bombing, machine
gunning, infantry nnd cnvnlry dotach
tnonts. Ho wenrs tho French orolx do
guerre, tho Knglish A. F. C, tho Pol
ish flying corps decoration and num
erous color stripes.
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Ernest W. Sorensen I
Electrocuted Saturday I
FATAL 8H0CK RECEIVED WHILE
CONNECTING POWER LINE ON
Ernoat W. Soronsen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Soron Soronsen, Lohl Third
Ward, vns electrocuted Saturday
ovonlng, shortly boforo C o'clock,
while atvwork with tho Wattls-Sam-nels
Construction Company on tho
Draper-iyvortou road near whoro tho
Stnto road lntorsocts It. Ho was up
ono of tho powor lino poles connect
ing houso wires, which had boon
tnlton down to pormlt tho comont
mixer, of which ho wbb tho engineer,
to pass. Ono wlro had boon connect
ed and In reaching for tho socond ho
camo In contact with tho charged
wlros. Ho was held suspendod for
about ton seconds nnd then droppod
to tho ground. Death was not in
stantaneous, howover, as tho young
man breathed for somo timo.
Ho was plncod In an automoblla
and was bolng brought homo but died
on tho road, near tho top of tho Point
of tho Mountain.
Tho noWB of tho death was n ntoro
or loss shock to. tho cntiro communi
ty, as tho young man is well known
and well thought of. Ho was a per
sistent church workor In his ward
and onjoyed an exceptionally largo
clrclo of friends thoro.
Improsstvo funornl sorvlces woro
hold In tho Tnbornaclo yestorday
afternoon. Tho big auditorium was
filled with frlonds and rclatlvos and
tho floral offorlngs wero many and
boautlful. Hlshop Henry Lewis con
ducted tho sorvlcos and tho choir
with two selections nnd Mrs. T. F.
Klrkhnm and Miss Lillian Knudson
furnished musical numbers. Tho
two named lnillos each sang a solo.
Invocation was offorod by D. W.
Hrown nnd benediction by W. W.
Dlckorson, Splendid talks woro mado
by Leo W. Coatos, Col. Jorgenson of
Salt Lako, Edward Southwlck and
Hlshop Honry Lowls. Tho lattor also
read tho biographical skotch. All
poko in tho hlghost terms of tho
Uurlal was mado in tho local
cemotory whero John E. jonoB pro
nouncod tho dedication, Follow
Boldlers acted as pall bearers.
Ernest was the third son and fifth
child of Soron Sorcnson and Mary A.
Soronson,' was born at Lohl, October
10th, 1896. His boyhood days woro
spout at homo whoro ho attended tho
public schools. As a boy ho was al
ways trusty nnd consldorato of others,
his own happlnoss bolng second con
sideration. Ho wob baptised a mom
bor of tho church of Josus Chriat of
Lnttorday Saints and held tho Aronio II
priesthood aa Doacon, Toachor and H
Prlost. At tho ago of twonty ono ho H
was chosen Superintendent of tho. H
Lohl Third Ward Sunday School, :l
which position ho hold with honor un-
til ho was callod In sorvlco of bis LH
country In tho great world war. 'Ho
was a volunteer and enlisted as a ''H
Bailor In tho U. S. Navy, on May 4,
1918, and in tho sliorf timo in sorvlco rH
ho rose to 2nd class seaman. Somo H
tlmo after tho nrmlstlco was slgnod ho H
was granted roloaso to roturn homo, ,,
subject to tho call of tho command- H
incut of his district, nnd was preparing H
to ontor, leaving for Borlvoo for thirty , )H
days in Octobor noxt. IwM
Ho was employed by tho Wattls 'H
Samuels Contsructlon Co. us englneor M
whon ho mot his death by bolng , '
electrocuted whllo connecting wlros on "' M
the Drnpcr-lllvcrtou highway at about ' , -
5.U0 P. M Soptotnber 18, 1020. Ha
has gono to his rowacd and loaves a wM
kind and loving mother and father;
throe sisters and flvo bro'diors; ono -'M
brother and ono slstor bavins preced- 'M
cd him to tho Croat Doyond. Ernoat , i
was a kind nnd loving boy and was t,
lovod by all who know him. Ho was 11
23 years, 11 months nnd 8 days old
8ERVICE MAN BURIED HERE" H
Tho romalns of Fred Crothor, son- I MM
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Jamos l'owoll, tM
arrived horo Monday from Tyboo, m
Georgia, whoro ho dlod of doublo lUU
lobar pneumonia on Soptombor 14th. H
Mr. Crothor was tho husband of H
Florence Powell who dlod of In- , m
tluonza In tho fall of 1918. Ho was ,
3G years of ago and a nntlvo of Now m
Mexico. His occupation was musician Um
In tho if, S. Army. MMm
Funornl sorvlcos woro hold at tho H
Powell rosldonco Tuosday afternoon IMm
nnd woro undor tho dlroctlon of tho ''H
Lehi Post No. 19 American legion. H
Prof. A. 1). Anderson and Col. Jorgen- H
sen woro tho speakers. Bishop James H
White of American Fork "pronounced' H
the Invocation and Undortnkor'MalRti' H
the benjJdlcUoH. Mrs. T. F. Ktrkhara? 'H
Mrs. O. L, Klttlnger and N. O.'Malah .MM
song "O, My Fathor" nnd "Noaror "
My Cod to Thoo" and Mrs. Klrkham H
and Mrs. Klttlnger "Tho End of a H
Porfoct Day." A squad of Fort H
Douglas soldiers woro presont and H
took part in tho sorvlcos. Wm
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