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PJPV1L LEHITUAH7 THURSDAY.' O0TOBF,R1 4 ino"n '
By Business Das
posed by Council
iBPregular session Tuesday ovonlng
WByoyor and City Council disposed
QBbIuoss pertaining to tho city.
BjBoincors wero present except
jRiowing tho reading and accept-
jHRf tlio minutes of tho provlous
HSni; Mayor Gardnor opened tho
Bpslon by asking what tho council
VHRtntr nl)out commencing work on
reiuii('bin Library foundation. It
BlSpolntod out that just at tho
Bftn tlmo labor Is Bcnrco and for
Hnreason tho tlmo ot commencing
JKSork will bo put oft for a week or
Bwys, Ilowover, It was tho goner-
mptlment that tho work fltnrt as
KHnrtlclo headed, "Curfow Law in
Eflfcald to bo Dead Loiter," which
88pc(l In tho "Dosorot Nows" last
wSk referred to as insult, dig or
jBiler to tho Council by Mayor
Bier, was road by hln. A dls-
BB" of tho artlclo and tho rea-
jHjfor its publication showed that
Htlio membors of tho Council wlUi
jHKayor felt that It was uncalled'
HHid In their opinion was written
Bjicrson who is not a boostor of
HHpwn " was pointed out that
""Bjcsent condition in Lehi Is about
BWtine as has been obtaining hero
KljEnrs. A cortain amount of
fcBBRlam lias always bcon going on
inBiBflll likely contlnuo as long as
,' jBlfcvo boys. Tho matter was
"ttfiSfcd to Councllmnu Dlckerson and
jjBlBiler H. W Gray who will answer
tmi reported that an awning and
iflKou Main Strcot wero endanger
'jiHp public Tho mattor was re
'jKto tho Street Connnltteo and
JBd to hco that they wero mndo
slKcllman Knight wns appointed
fjjvesent Lehi at tho Municipality
jB meeting at Salt Lako yosteri
Hcllman Cottor, who has been
K after tho paving work on
jHBstrcet, mndo a report stating
Hffivork was progressing raiUdly
SBhat It now appeared that tho
BjRwouId bo coiuplotcd within tho
MWulcd tlmo. Tho tlmo Is up
Mb matter of placing street lights
.inHSf"0 John I'rlco homo and tho E.
HWv'fl corncr waa discussed and
'smmWwf W(SW m
fp Big Ben
Jhould be in every
Ifcuvocy time piece we sell
HBe. N. WEBB
'' Wfcjewiiler and Optometrist
ill ' pISAt The Gift Shop"
AIN HJTREET LEHI
Tho solectlon of John Comer as
Assistant Tiro Chiof by tho depart
ment was confirmed by tho Council.
Usual bills wero passed and order
SERVICE STAR LEGION
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Tho Lehi Scrvleo Star Legion held
their annual election Thursday and
vhoso olllcors for tho ensuelng year.
A good representative number of
Service Star inumbers wero present
and selocted 11 wide awake sot of
members to handlo tho affairs for the
next year. They aro: President,
.Mrs. Charles Dorton; vico-presldcnt,
Mrs. James II. Gardnor; secretary,
Mrs. Annie Goates; Hccordlng secre
tary, Mrs. J. 12. Cotter; treasuror,
Mrs. v K. Hacker; Executive Donrd
Membors Mrs. Huben Davis nnd
Mrs. Georgo Goates. Membership
Committee Chnlrmnn, Mrs. II. C.
Keathorstono. Program Committee
Chnlrmnn, Mrs. James M. KIrkhnm.
Tho organization holds meetings
monthly In tho Lehi First Ward Ho
Hot Society Hall. Tho llrst Thursday
ih tho month is mooting day, com
mencing at 2 p. m.
Tho outgoing olucors, many of
whom aro among tho now sot, nro to
bo commended on tho work they
hno done tho past year. Thoy nro
largely rosponslbjo for tho effecting
of tho present Scrvleo Star Legion
post nnd Its largo membership.
SON OF COUNCILMAN LOTT
HAS LEG BROKEN
Stanley, olovcn-ycnr-pld boii of Coun
cilman nnd Mrs. M. S. Lott, had his
11g.1t lug broken Monday when ho
rodo Into a team of horses Just north
of tho Hardy Confoctlonary. The
boy or witnesses do not know just
how thu frncturo was caused. Ac
cording to tholr version of tho ac
cident, howover, tho team belonging
to Charles Southwlck, was coming
from tho alloy and tho boy was
traveling on tho sldowalk on his
bicycle. Tho lad was unablo to stop
uftor ho saw tho team nnd ran Into
them. Tho horso either stopped on
ills leg or klckod him. Dr. Wortlon
1 educed tho fracture
THE RETURN OF THE
FAVORITE COMPANY TO ROYAL
THEATRE, TUESDAY, OCT. 19TH
Mr. E. Forrost Taylor has secured
form tho Century Play Co. Geo. W.
Uroadhurst's greatest play entitled
"Our Ploasant Sins." This company
is headed by Mr. L. J. Footo and a
strong supporting cast' which Is gain
ing favor ovor tho clrcuIL Soveral now
faces havo bcon added to tho cast in
cluding Mr. Clnro Hattun lato of Tho
Denham Thoatro, Dcnvor, Colorado.
Miss Folt who comes from thu cast
having just finished a season with
Chauucy Olcott. Miss Darryman who
will bo remomborcd will bo scon In
tho loading rolo. If you deslro to sco
a play that is a sermon within Itself
don't miss OUH PLEASANT SINS.
Itoyal Theatro, Tuosday, Octobor 19th.
A woman, woarlng an anxious ex
pression called at an insurance office
"I understand," sho said, "that for
flva dollars I can Insuro my houso tor
a thousand dollars."
"Yes," ropilod tho agent, "that Is
"And," continued tho woman anxi
ously, "do you mako any inquiries as
to tho origin ot tho flro?"
"Cortalnly," was' tho prompt roply.
"Oh!" and sho turned to leavo tho
office, "I thought thoro was a catch in
it sotnowhoro." Lumborman.
"Ho sponds most ot his tlmo in tho
"Is ha a drunkard?"
"No, a cornlco workor."
Senator Smoot at
Senator Heed Smoot will dolivor nn
address In the Lohl Tabernaelo Fri
day, October 15, ot 8 p. m. and his
visit to Lohl will be mado tho oc
casion of the biggest pnlltl.nl demon
stration nnd most notable Republican
rally over held In this town, if plans
now being laid by tho county and
precinct orgnnlzntiun mutoilnllzo.
Tho addiuHH to bo dolho.ed by the
senator, however, will bo moro edu
cational than political. During his
olghteon )uars of hard work In Con
gress, Suuatur Smoot hns como to
bo known as 'ono of the best inform
ed men In tho nation on govornmontal
llunuco and on tho workings of that
groat mnchlnu known us tho Govor
inont of thu United States.
In his Lehi nddross he will givo his
hearers somo vnluublu lufoiinattou on
tho nflalrs of tho go eminent and tho
problems which it fates today.
On tho program also Is Emma Lucy
antes Uowon, "Utah's song bird."
Mrs. Ilowen will delight tho uudlonco
with a number of songs for which
sho Is world famous. Shu is also
scheduled to dolivor u short address
on "Why Women Will Vote tho Ho
Arrangements for tho mauling aro
undor tho general direction of County
Chairman Eph. Homer, who Is being
ably assisted by S. W. Hoss, Lohl
precinct chairman. Tho I.adlos Re
publican Club, Mrs. J. E. Cottor,
chairman and Mrs. W. A. Knight,
vicochalrmnn, hua chargo of tho ar
rangements for tho reception which
will bo given to Senator Smoot and
in addition to tho program Indicated
above will undortuko to Borvo ro
froshmonts from daintily arranged
booths to tho 20U0 people who nro ex
pected to bo In attendance. Reports
recolved by Mr. Hoss aro to tho ef
fect that Hopubllcuns from all parts
of Utah county will attend.
Judgo: "Now toll mo what you
woro doing in Colonel Pitkin's chicken
roost nt two o'clock In the morning."
Undo Moso: "Jcdgo, 'scusc 1110,
sail, Ah was Jos' takiu' do cansus."'
Coal Morchant (anlxously) "Hold
on I That load hasn't bcon weighed.
It looks to mo a trlllo largo tor a ton."
Driver '"Taint intended for a ton.'
It's two tons."
Coal Merchant: "All light. Oo
ON ALL UNDERWEAR
Now is tho tmo to put a lttlo extra
warm underwear on nnd wo havo
mado it posslblo to save, nt tho start
of tho cold season by making Snlo
Prices on all ,
Including L. D. S. Gnrmonts.
Our stock Is complete and tho kinds
to uumorous to mention in this ad.
Special Sale Prices on our Entire
Line of Shoes, 50c to $1.40 Reduction.
Wo arc also making special prlcos ;
on all Full Dress Goods.
COc Outing Flannel goes for 3Cc
COc Glgnhams on Sale for .. lifio
In our mllllnory department wo
havo somo splendid hats and a now
lot of girls' caps.
You can got at
25 Pounds Sugar $3.9B ;
10 Pounds Sugar 1.06 :
5 Pound Can Syrup CO
2 Pound Can Syrup HO
C Pound Cnn Molnssos nn
Flour per CO pounds 2.86
Our' Regular $1.60 Ilroom on Snlo .08 ;
(A Saving of 62c on a llrooin)
Can Poau, per can 16 ;
Can Com,, por cnn 16
Wo will moko It worth your whllo to
BROADBENTS STORE ;
Tolophono your order and wo will
dolivor promptly with our now car.
P. S. Wo Covor Dross Iluttons nnd
Part Time School '
For Boysand Girls
The law roquires that tho School
Hoard OBtabllsh i Part Tlmo School
for boys and girls undor olghtoun
yonrs of ugo who uro eligible to atteud
It. This Pait Tlmo School will off or
Instiuctlon In woodwork, dross making,
and citizenship. Whllo this school is
Intondud primarily for boys nnd girls
ot school ago, its doors will not bo
closed to any ono who doslios to avail
himself or horsulf of tho opportunity
of attending it. Any ono or two of
these courses may bo chosen by those
who doslro to como. Tho classes in
woodwork and sowing will bo hold
on Wednosduy evening and tho class
lu Citizenship will bo held on Thurs
day ovonlng, tho tlmo of commonco
mont In oach class being 7:00 o'clock.
In tho opinion of tho high Bchool
authorities, this Is u raro opportunity
for any who doslro training lu tho
linos of work ortorod. In woodwork
nnd sowing n feo ot two dollars will
bo chnrgod to covor cost of Incidentals
nocossary to tho success of tho work.
Mrs. Mary Ann Davis will havo
charge of tho sawing nnd Mr. Tnmlnun
will conduct tho woodwork class.
TI1O80 tuachers aro experts In tholr
respective lines and thoso who entor
wilt bo highly pleased with tho
TIiobo who wish to outer nro In
vited to confer with tho High School
Principal lu regard to furthor details.
A warm wolcomo will bo extended to
old or young who doslro to enter.
L. H. S. AUDITORIUM
Tho tlmo hns arrived to chango tho
nnmo of tho Lohl Tabornnelo. Slnco
this building Is now to bo devoted to
school work, It Ih proposed to call it
tho "Lohl High School Auditorium."
This kino may properly bo abbrevi
ated to "L. H. S. Auditorium," or thjoro
may bo no objection to "High School
Auditorium." It .Is, desired that all
inko-otlcoof this, chango androfor
to tho building by tho now numo In
order that thoro may bo no confusion.
Don't Blow Your Own Horn.
Uoast not of thyself tomorrow; for
thou know est not whnt n tiny may
bring forth. Let another man prnlso
thee, 11 ml not thlno own mouth; a I
stranger initl not thlno own lip.
Proverbs xxvll. 1.
ize For Wfirk
Lehi Democrats mot Monday e oil
ing In tho Lehi coinuiorclnl Club
rooms and discussed questions portuin
lug to tho olectlon this fall and organ
ized a woiklng commlltuo to follow
ftp tho work ulroady done and conduct
and affective campaign.
A good repreientutlvo crowd from
Lohl was pi eent nt tho muotliiB
whgro much enthusiasm was maul
festod. Loo W. Goatos, local Demo
cratic chairman, had churgs ot tho
inuutlng. Thu following couimltteos
from each district was chosen:
District No. 1.
A. M. Davis, ohalrulan; Abruham
Audorson, Hiiynor Gouton, Edward
Southwlck, Hyrum Audurson; E. W.
Southwlck, William Potorson, Uorthn
Ohriin, Mrs. Wlnnufrod Uoutos, Mrs.
M. II. Wright, John S. Evans nnd Carl
District No. 2.
A .L. Wilcox, chulrmnnj Chnrlos
Colludgo, John Edwards, Arvilla Wool
stoii, Sloven Xlmmurmuu, Louisa
Rhodos, W. W. Dlukorson, Winnlo
Hums, J. E. Mason, Ibuuc Ilardman,
Nuphl Slater nnd J. O. Moiling.
District No. 3. ,
J. F. PotoMon, chairman;, Thomas
Jonoa, John Peterson, Mrs. A. Huiigor,
Adolph I lunger, Hugh Shaw, Jnmos II.
Clark, MrB. 8. A. Smith, Mary Fox
Smith, John S. Smith and lliioll
District No. 4
J. Frcoinon Hoylo, chnlrmnn; Mrs.
J. Freeinou Hoylo, A. C. Schow, Wm.
T. Loverldgo, Virgit Potorson, Julia
Southwlck, J. W. Zimmerman, Mrs.
J. W, Zimmerman, Junius Schow,
Randall Schow, H. C. Allred, N. O.
Malnn, Sucl Zlmmorman, Mrs. Suol
Zimmerman, Mrs. Durroll Schow, G.
A. Drumm and Elmer JnckBon.
Rally Saturday Night
Arrangements havo bcon mado for
a rousing rally for Saturday ovonlng
In tho-LohrTabernac'lo. Senator Win.
II. King nnd T. N. Tnylor, nomlnoo
for governor, vlll bo present nnd do
Harold Shorty aayB that her oyos
aro llko two stars to him.
Edgur No wonder. Ho has to look
up to soo them. Jack-o-Lantorn.
NO, 11 .H
Utah Cfiuaty's H
Exhibits Srtoiii H
Utah count 'h display at tho slato Esl
fair this your wan 0110 ot tho most BfB
uttractlvo exhibitions ovor shown, and HH
uaored socond lu all tho oxhlblu ot El
tho fair, lloxoldor carried oft tho Hfl
llrst award (or tho third time, and Bl
was given tho atuto trophy consisting HH
ot a beautiful Bllvur cup. For tho IH
most purt the Utah county oxhlblt
was aoclarud to bo tho boBt gonoral
dlBplay, but It 1b said that soma In-
tenor fruit brought tho average down.
Notwithstanding that tho decision
waa given to lloxoldor, Utah county H
took llrst place on tho individual
judging on fully 80 por cout of nil H
classes ot fruit exhibited. Crop and H
Pest Inspector II. J. Webb, who had H
chargo ot Utah county's oxhlblt, felt H
that tho duclslon wns if peculiar olio
lu view ot tho fact that 80 por cent ot H
tho llrat places woro glvon to this
county ou tho Individual scoring.
Altogether tho oxhlblt was ono of
which tho citizens ot Utub county H
may woll feel proud, and much H
credit 1b duo thoso who gathorod tho
fruit and produco and arrangod It in H
such 11 beautiful exhibit whom thud- H
sands ot pooplo from all parts ot tho
lutormountatii country havo com H
munted favorably on tho ability of H
tho pooplo ot this county to produco
tho llnost crops la tho laud. H
RUSSIAN RED NOT IN M
HARD WHEAT CLA88 M
lu discussing tlio varieties ot wheat H
last weok George G. Hoblnson said H
rocont tostu ot tho HuBslan Hod H
varloty had proved that it wob no H
bottor than tho ordinary ooft whoat H
for Hour use, and that It would not H
bring tho hard wheat prlco on thu H
market. Farmers oxpoctlng to plant H
this varloty should Uguro In this H
point when thoy figure tho roturns, H
Mr. Hoblnson Bald. H
"Susannah," said tho proachor, when M
it camo hor turn to nnawor tho quos- 0
tlona, "doou yo' tako dls man to bo K
younh woddod husband for bottor or H
"Jost as ho am, Pahson," said tho M
muscular colorod scrublady, "jost as H
ho am. Et ho gits any bottah Ah'll H
know do good Lawd's n-gwlno to tako H
htm, on ot ho gots any wubs Ah'll H
'tend to him mysolf." H
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DON'T BUY 1
Before You Get Our Prices
PEOPLE'S CO-OP. 1JJ3T. 1
The Bubjt Store on State Street JR
LEHI UTAH m
H ROYAL THE ATRE mlm TUESDAY, OCT. 19th 1
E. Forrest Taylor ?j L. J. Foote and Co.
Prices 28c, 55c, 83c Seats Now On Sale I