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S LEHI, UTAH, THImSDAY, OQTOBR 28, 1020 NOTW ifl
g; Special Meeting
IJBd special City Council mooting,
IfHKlny, called for tho purposo of
Epng tlio lovoy for tho Main Strcot
Hiht work, was adjourned until
ilwcgular Novombor session, Tuos
HRNovcmbor 9th. Tho contractors
Hfnot complotod tho work and tho
Sr could not bo mtulo at tho special
Bb almost Impossible road past
Mlnrnos and Fox rosldoncos in tho
HM Ward was discussed. Tho
lE;Ei Road contractors woro hold ro
Bilblo for tho cutting up ot tho
Bt, In tho opinion of tho Council,
Sey authorized Councilman Knight
Kko up tho matter with tho con
jjBbrs and bcq that tho nocossary
Brs to tho road aro mado. Tho
EkI strcot was used as a dotour
j-H&g construction ot tho stato road.
Mwas also roportod that exca
En work for Uio. Carnoglo Library
Efatlon had started but was held
HBjtomporarlly, until It could bo
HflBrmlned how tlo BUrfdco viator
ZHHbo takon caro of. To ralso tho
Hwng high enough to cscapo this
Hvo Is cslmatod to cost $2,G0O ad
HHtal and to wntor proof tho baso
HSfjiwould cost from ?1,500 to $2,000
HB it was said. Mombors ot tho
ipHjHcll thought tho cheaper and bo't
Bay would bo to lowor and oxtond
HSrcscnt drain, which is now in
IfiKVJHhls Idea in mind acting Mayor
SRcottor, appointed Councilman
""XSXt, Dlckorson and Goatas, as a
MBlttco to investigate tho matter
HHjbport back to tho Council.
K MARRIED SATURDAY
IHflfor Zimmerman, son of Mr. and
HHjOcorgo Zlmmorman, and Miss
HHta Clemonts ot Falrvlow, Utah,
BSSrnnrrlcd in Salt Lako Saturday.
HHjoung couplo loft Tuosday for a
IBHinoon trip to Washington. They
HHjsIt tho groom's brother, Jamas,
HBjBb foreman at tho Topnlsh sugar
BBy, and his sister, Mrs. Ervln
jBSj who managoB tho sugar fac
ayBByiotol at tho samo place.
Hi). H. Roberts
K SPEAKER AT
ER'lDAY, OCTOBER 20TH
ME LEAGUE OF NATIONS
PKWK' following questions will bo
KHtIio Six to One Vote.
MfiWill Our Hoys Ilnvo to Go
roiiKyr Under tho League?
IpfSwriio Monroe Doctrine np
pMlio the world ns nlTccted by
gtjj5Laguc of Nations.
HraKIow tho League of NntioiiR
Wijllrrevont "War, Sprond of
totjewo and Militarism.
EBVbt Questions asked will be
sly answered by Col,
and out-of-town talent,
ip Motion Pictures.
. Comedy Scream.
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J '"gjjfY PROM WEBB'S
" AND SAVE DOLLARS '
Jf Swi 'I
'.Mr at Ifpj
iJjgjjvbryliody needs a good time
UniMo. AVatclies of all kinds from ,
mw5 to $75.00. '
Wm E. N. WEBB
WKm Jeweler & Optometrist
ipBB "At The Gift Shop"
PXAin Street Lehi
STRAW VOTE GIVES
REPUBLICANS TWO TO ONE
Scratched Ballots Favors Taylor and
A Btiaw voto ot two factory Bhlfts
and tho business houses on Main
Street, tuken Tuosday by Frank dais
ford und Jdhn S. Evans, gave nlnty.
onu straight Itepubllcnn ballots, forty
llvo straight Democratic ballots and
twolvo scratched ballots. Tho
scratched ballots favored Taylor,
Uomocratlc nomlnco for Governor,
and Smoot, Republican nomlnoo for
Sonntor. Of tho twelvo Taylor ro
eolved eight as against Maboy's tour
and Smoot received seven as against
Wolllng'B flvo. '
Tho mon at tho factory voted as
thoy went on and came oft shift
Tuosday morning. Tho business pco
plo with othors on tho stroot voted
during tho forenoon.
Mrs. William Prlco is reported 111
and confined to her bed.
Mrs. K. L. Chlpman will entertain
tho Lehi Athenian Club mombera at
her homo this afternoon.
Private Balllf of Provo and Attornoy
McDonald Will speak In tho Lehi
Fourth Ward Thursday evening.
Tho Annual Election meeting of
tho Lehi Legion Post No. 19 has .been
postponod for one week. Tho now
date Is Saturday, Novombor Gth.
DoMour Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
11. l Hardy, was brought homo from
tho hospital Monday. His leg Is In a
cast still but ho Is able, to get
around on crutchos.
Mrs. Ella Cameron of Idaho Falls,
Is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Fagan for ton days. Sho Is on her way
Prices aro Slipping You'll mnko a
big mistako it you buy anything from
anybody boforo you got our prices
Peoplo's Co-op. Inst., wo soil for less.
Mrs. A. W. Davis had ns her guests
last Saturday, Mrs. Stoven L. Chip
man of Amorlcan Fork and Mrs.
Royal J. Murdock ot Provo.
Mrs. Edward Larson was hostess to
tho Pollyanna Club mombors last
School has boon dismissed this
wcok In ordor that nil avallablo help
can bo thrown onto tho farms anil
speed up tho harvesting.
Prices aro Slipping You'll mnko a
big mistako if you buy anything from
nnyhody boforo you got our prices
Peoplo's Coop. Inst., wo sell for loss.
Tho Lehi Chapter Sorvico Star will
meet November C, at 2:30 p. in., at
tho First Ward Holfof Socloty Hall.
Tho now officers nro most anxious for
n record breaking attendance of all
ollglblo mombors, who aro tho
mothers, grandmothers, sisters, wives
and daughters of all ox-sorvlco men.
Several very important business mat
ters will bo discussed, a good pro
gram given and momborshlp duos ro
iiowed. Tho Stato Convention Servlco Star
Legion will meet at 10 o'clock Novom
bor Gth at tho Hotel Utah. Bosidos
Kohl's quota ot delegates to tho con
vention nil ollglblo mombors aro in
vited to bo prosont. Luncheon will
bo sorved at tho Hotol Utah. Tho
prlco per plato will bo announced
when It is definitely known to tho
commlttco, how many people will bo
prosont. All Lehi mombors expect
ing to nttond tho lunchoon will please
notify Mrs. Florcnco Cottor, Stato
Secretary, boforo Novombor 1st.
. . xt
Worthy Life Lives In Memory.
When tho sun goon below tho hor
izon, ho Is not net; tho henvons glow
for n full hour nfter his departure.
And when h gronf nnd good mnn seta
the sli.v of this world Is luminous
Ions nftcr ho is out of slsht. Ilocchcr.
Will Be Completed
In Bplto of tho delay caused by tho
recon t storms tho contractors on both
tho Main Streot nnd Stato Strcot road
work will bo ablo to finish up this
Another four or flvo dnys will bo
sulllclent tlmo for tho Main Stroot
crow to lay tho cement nnd thou a
fow additional Bhlfts will complete
tho cntlro Job of curbing and guttor
Ing and road cementing from side
walk to sldownlk of tho two blocks of
Moroj tlmo will bo rouircd for tho
Stnto road work but no apprehension
Is folt about tho completing of" tho
same. Another wcok's tlmo and the
haBo will nil bo In, It It Is said. At
tho present writing thoy aro to tho
Jaine3 (lough residence, which leaves
only four moro blocks to bo dono in
order to connect up with tho other
strip eastward from tho mixer. The
work of lalng tho covorlng will thon
commenca but ns frost will not lntor
for with this work thoro is no doubt
that It will bo carried to speody finish.
CO-OP INSTALLS NEW
A now indirect lighting system has"
been Installed In tho main department
of ,tho People's Co-op. store. Tho
work was completed this wook. Tho
system Is mado up ot nino lights of
largo candlo power, tho light ot which
is dlrectod upward by tho fixtures thus
producing whlto indirect rays to overy
part of tho big room, Tho system is
another big Improvement to tho storo
nnd Is tho samo as used by modorn
E. O. Leatherwood
Judgo Leatherwood, W. D. Rlter and
Salt Lake Singers Coming. Parade
Tho Republicans aro busy planning
for what thoy Intend making tho hig
hest rally of tho campaign Saturday
night. K. O. Leatherwood, Salt Lnko,
Republican nomlnoo for Congress,
will be tho chief, speaker. W. D. Rltor
ot Salt Lake, a promlnont member of
tho Utah Dar Association, is schedul
ed to como with Judgo Leatherwood.
Hoth mon are among tho host orators
in tho campaign. Ono will discuss
stato issues and tho othor national.
MrH. J. V. Perry, ono of Salt Lako
City's best slngors, will render several
vocal solos , bosldes which thoro will
bo somo 'campaign songs.
Ono ot tho poBslhlo features will
bo a flambeau torch light p-rndo Ilko
thoso ot oldon times.
This big rally will bo hold In tho
Tabornaclo and boing tho Inst of tho
campaign will no doubt be tho blggCBt.
ON OUR FULL LINE OF LADIES' COATS
Our entire stoek of Ladies' and Misses' Goats
nnd Coatees, including Plushes, Broadcloth and Oloth
Coats, Fur Trimmed in values from jf
- $16.50 to $65.00
I are going to he closed out at a Big Reduction.
! Secure Your Size Before Tho Rusln
Racker Mercantile Co.
MAIN STREET LEHI
POLLING PLACES AND
JUDGE8 OF ELECTION
Polling plncos and Judges have
been secured and named for tho elec
tion Tuosday, Novombor 2nd. Thoy
District No. 1 City Hull, Thomas
Thurman, Mrs. Mnudo Adams and
Mrs. Uerthn Ohran.
District No. 2 Third Ward Moot
ing house, Luther Coatos, Molvln
Johnson nnd Mrs. A. L. Wilcox.
District No. 3 Hank Uulldlng,
Jnnios Peterson, J. T. Cutler and Azor
District No. 4 MrB. Qeorgo South
wick, Arch Onrdnor nnd Dnrrol Schow.
AMERICAN FORK SCHOOL
Tho Amorlcan Fork bcIiooI, known
as tho Forbs building, was damngod
to tho oxtont of $400 when tho roof
rnught llro Tuesday. Firemen nnd
citizens extinguished tho blazo boforo
It had gained much of a start thus
saving tho building. Durnlng soot tell
on tho root nnd caused tho flro.
At Full Blast
Tho return of good harvesting
wenthor, after ten days of almost win
tor,' llnds ovory farmor, with all tho
holp ho can inustor, buckling down to
getting up his boot and potato crops.
Not a mlnuta is being lost as ovory
ono realizes that another such storm
as wo had would hold up work past
tho usual freezing up ot things and
then them would bo no harvesting, ot
tho bcots. Somo fnrmors oven bocamo
worried dulmg tho last storm for fear
It would result In heavy enough
frosts to froozo tho ground and pota
toes In tho ground, llowover, tholr
fears wcro allayed Sunday when tho
storm broko .and tho woathor com
menced to warm up.
Whllo sovoral sugar factorlou buf
fered a shortage ot bcots during tho
stormy weather and woro compolled
to shut down tho local mill and cut
ting Htatlon at Pleasant Grove wuro
ablo to keop running. llowover, a
tow days longer and thoy, too, would
have had to close down.
LADIES PLAN RECEPTION TO
' 'DISTINGUISHED WOMEN
Tho Ladlos' Republican Club will
lvo a recoptlon Saturday aftornoon at
3;30,p. in., at tho Commercial Club
Rooms In honor of Mrs. 3. O. Lcathor
wood und Mrs. Charlos II. Maboy,
wives of tho Republican nomlnoos for
Congressman and Governor respec
tively. Many local women havo expressed
a deslro to moot tho wives of thoso
loading candldatos and tho reception
Is bong aramged for this purposo.
Thoro will bo somo spooch making,
songs by ilrs. Porry, ono of Utah's
nlghtlngalos, and refreshments sorved
afterwards. All Lohl ladlos aro Invited.
INSTALLING MODERN MACHINERY
This wook Preston Titcomb rccolvod
a now Progress motor driven shoo
finishing machine which ho is In
stalling in his Main Streot shoo shop.
Modorn ways require modorn machin
ery, says Mr. Titcomb.
Let Us Pursue IL
Let us not conflno oursolvca to bar
ren words In recognition of virtue.
Whllo wo seo tho right, nnd npprovo
It, too, let us dnro to pursuo IL
If You Wish to
WITH YOUR DOLLARS
and (,'et mora
than TWICB WHAT YOU HAVK
BEEN GETTING in many tiling
you can bo safe by shopping at
Broadbtnt & Son's
For example we aro now selling
50c Hope Bleach for 20o yd.
45c Percales, 1 yard wide 25o yd.
50c and 45c Ginghams 35o yd.
Best Amoskeg Apron
Ginghams 20o yd.
Best Outing Flannels 45c
quality for 30o yd.
50o to $1.50 off on every pair
Ladies' good black hose 25c
Men's good black sox .25c
Compare these prices with what
you have been paying and then
remember you can get them at
P, S. Just iii now raisins nnl
currants and $1-50 valuo broom
- for 98c.
WATER A8SE83MENT OF
8ARATOGA DI8TRICT LOWER
According to Information given out
by tho Saratoga canal board,
Messrs. Murdock, A. J. Evans, V. a.
Wobb and John Whlmpoy, tho wator
aBsoBsmont for 1020 will bo loss than
for tho season of 1919. Tho board
mombors mado an Inspection trip ovor
tho canals and pumping plant last
Wednesday, Hvorythlng portnlnlng 'Hf
to tho Irrigation system and pumping '.''H
plant was found In good shape, thoy
roport. Somo minor repairs, Includ- HI
lng n now switch board for tho small H
pumping room, will bo mado "this 'fcB
During tho summer Lohl farmers In 'VI
tho Old Flold used 1,700 ncro foot of ,Hjj
tho Utah Lnko Irrigation Company 'M
wator. . ,i
A Warm Room To I
Dress In I
Mo more cold trips to the baserrwnt H
"No more dressing in a cold room. H
No more fires to build. 'H
No more big fuel bilk. H
ORIGINAL S H
HOT BLAST HEATER IB
is absolutely air-tight and will stay air- H
tight. That is why it is guaranteed 'H
to hold fire for . 36 hours without H
And remember, every Cole's Hot H
Blast Heater is guaranteed to con- , jH
sume one-third less fuel than any f H
m underdraft stove of the same size. JH
This means money in your pocket. IT I
Let us tell you more about this re- 9 "
I t markablo heater, ry H
PEOPLE'S CO-OP. INST. I
The Busy Storo on State Streot
Prices Are Slipping I
You'll Make a I
Big Mistake 1
If You J
Buy Anything 1
From Anybody 1
Before You Get H
Our Prices 1
People's Co-op. Inst.
We Sell For Less. ' ,
I STATE STEEET LEHI K
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