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H-V , LEHITUtAH. THUR3DA YrN6vMBETr2fi1gn ' ' " ' w- i7 , AfJ
hool Board Election
I December 1st
H8 . Goodwin Nominated T,o
ed 8elf.-Dr. F. D. Worlton
BMted As Candidate.
3 Bombers from Lohl and Ploa
Hrior to tho oloctlon. In tho
WtBovo for a torm of four years
rtHAipno School District will bo
is Bodncsday, Docouibor 1st. All
ID. Birsons voting In tho last gen
nlBctlon will havo a volco In tho
ta of ono of thcBo two board
'OeftjOW school law portalnlng to
Ectlon of candidatos provides
K a primary or on Boloctlon by
iHjtlicns any porson may bo
'and nomlnatod as a candidate
rjEly provision Is that tho
t ft'g namo must bo (lied with tho
'ftKy of tho school board ono
,. Hror to tho oloctlon. In tho
"" BBdlstrlct nominations may bo
I Btll noon today (Thursday),
1 fcfllcials announced yostorday.
ftt going ofllcor from Leht Is
Bs. I. Goodwin, president of tho
BB board. Tho Pleasant Qrovo
BB to retlro la Charles G. John
Bm interest Is yot manifested
Bn tho election but, history has
Hof repeating Itself, and thoro
HBtlmo for Lohl to dovolop hor
BB election spirit. Ycstorday
BBa two candidatos names had
BHd. Dlshop Goodwin had been
Hn tho ticket to succeed him
HB Dr. F. D. Worlton's namo had
IRn filed to run as a candidate
H offlco. Nominations from
H Orovo Included Bishop S. L.
Hp and John S. Holdway.
'Hotlng In Lohl will tako plnco
B High School Auditorium
'BB&elg) from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.
BB;ei of oloctlon, as choson, will
BBv. DivId, Jamos Potorson and
forgot tho froo thoatro tickets,
BSh every dollar at People's
UTAH VALUATION 18 $717,308,321
Taxable Proprety In State Is Assessed
At Almost Three-quarters of Billion.
Tho total assessed valuo of all tax
abol property In tho stato of Utah,
according to comploto returns for
1920, Is $717,308,321, according to a
tabulation compiled yesterday by tho
stato board of equalization. This dif
fers from tho total reached recently
In tho olllco of tho atato auditor for
tho reason that tho assessment of car
companies, of which tho taxes aro
colloctcd by tho stato board Itself,
aro Includod In tho board's total. Tho
valuaton of car companies In 1020 Is
Last year tho taxable proporty In
Utah was assessed at fC92,4GC,878.
Flguros for tho two years comparo:
Classlfcatlon 1920 1910
Real estato $212,380,582 $213,415,019
Improvements 119,755,119 112,345,983
LIvostock 34,213,280 42,017,933
Other personal 137,979.393 120,858,490
stato board 182,973,847 203,189,454
Total $717,308,321 $692,460,878
Tho falling off In tho livestock
valuation was duo to a hard winter
reducing tho number of stock and to
tho lower valuations, reflecting a low
er market price. Tho property assess
ed by tho stato board docroasod on
account of tho falling off in tho not
procoeds of tho niotal mlnos of tho
stato. Trlbuno Novombor 20.
"CRAP SHOOTERS" HAULED
Lohl'a "crap shooters" or "dice
throwing club" mombors numbering
seven wcro arrested at their head
quarters In tho old shack about a mllo
wost of tho city park on Sunday by
probation and city ofllcors. Two of
tho 8evon young gamblors nre over
eighteen and wore fined by Judw
Kendall and tho othor flvo wcro given
a hoaring and fined by tho Juvcntlo
Judgo Tuesday. Finos of fifteen nnd
twonty-flvo dollars woro imposed on
four of tho boys. Tho othorB wio
first offenders or onlookers ant. line
woro not Imposed.
Bargains In ovory department at
People's Co-op. adv.
I Why Not Buy
"Gifts That Last"
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HH finp base a heavy reinforced plate of p I
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H jig Satisfactory Service. I
11W UNIVER6SAI & Ji
H -HSILVER OVBBIDlpjj-ggf;
H Our line of Xmns Presents this year will 1)0
H bigger nnd bettor than ever. Make your
K seleetion early.
I E. N. WEBB
HI Jeweler and Optometrist
IK "At The Gift Shop."
H MAIN STREET LEHI
MRS. RACHEL CAMPBELL
Funoral sorvicos woro conductod
ovor tho remains of Mrs, Hachol Camp
boll at the O. A. siade rosldonco
Sunday aftornoon. Tho Rov. W. W.
Flootwood, of Salt Lako, conductod
tho services, reading scrlpturo and
pronouncing tho Lords prayer. Mro.
Noslon, of Salt Lako rondorod tho
solos, "Dry Thoso Tears" and "Tho
Swollows Homoward Fly." Intormont
was lntho Lohl cemetery.
Mrs. Campboll, who passed away
Friday, Novombor 10th, at tho O. A.
Slado homo was C4 years of ago. Sho
was tho widow of tho lato Edward
Campbell and was a Lohl rosldont
until about llftoen years ago. Sho has
lived In Salt Lako tho groator part of
tho tlrao slnco leaving hero.
Mrs. Campboll Is survived by two
daughters and an adoptod daughtor,
Mrs. Iras Hayes of Salt Lako and
Mrs. Krma Oaooghor of Ogdon and
Miss Jonnlo Condor of tho Y. C. A.,
thrco sisters, Mrs. D. S. Lott nnd
Mrs. O. A. Slado nnd Mrs. David
Sho was tho daughtor of Israol and
Matilda Evans and was born in Lohl
In Septornbor sho was takon to Cali
fornia for hor health but it Boomed
sho could not regain it. From Cali
fornia sho camo direct to Lohl, ar
riving Novombor 1st, whoro sho re
mained until her doath.
Last Wednesday In Salt Lako, Miss
Mallnda Hobs, daughter of Mr. J. E.
Ross, was married to Harloy D.
HobblnB of Salt Lako. Mr. and Mrs.
Ilobblns will mako tholr homo in tho
Last Thursday Miss Paxa Clark,
daughtor of Mrs. Lizzlo Clark, was
married to Roy Vnrnoy. Tho marriage
took plnco at Provo. Mr. and Mrs,
Vnrnoy will mako tholr homo horo.
La3t week In Salt Lako Miss Zlnn
Hurd of Snowvlllo, Utah, was married !
to Thomas V. Jones of this city. Mr. I
Jonos Is tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. '
W. Jones of tho First Wnrd. '
FORMER LEHI RE8IDENT
DIE8 IN CALIFORNIA j
Frank Drown, husband of Mrs. May '
Wilcox, died at tholr homo in '
Atascadoro, California, Inst wook fol
lowing nn Illness of sovornl weoks. (
Charles II. Drown, a brothor, went ,
thoro to attond tho funeral, roturnlng ,
Frank Drown was born in Forro j
Ilarlto, Indiana, coming west in 188C 1
and later on to Utah. Ho was marrlod I
to Miss Mny Wilcox and thoy resldod I
horo until about twolvo years ago j
wlton thoy moved to California, j
Dosldos his wife and son, Earl, his W
brother, Charllo II., ho is survived by '
11 sister and mothor who llvo in Call !
Making Sure. '
A story Is told of n fanner who was
having troublo with his horse. It
would start, walk about 20 yards or '
bo, then Btop for a few socoads and !
start again, only to repeat tho pen '
formnnco. After wntdilng this cxhlbl- 1
tlon for somo tlrao a friend overtook 1
tho funncr during ono of tho horse's 1
long wnltfl, "What's tho matter with ,
the horeor ho askcxJ. "Is it lamer ,
Not as I knows of," nnaworod tlio
fanner wry crossly, "but ho's bo
dashed feared Til say 'whoa' and bo
won't hear me, bo ho stops cvory now
nnd then to listen." Tho Taller. '
The "Oupnok-hnt" la n Latin trans- jt
latlon of tho "OranlshndB," mado by J
Anc.uctll-Duporron, from a I'emtan ver-
Bion of tho Banscrlt original, which
was published at Strassburg. In two A
volumes quarto, 160M802, under the S
title "Oupnok'hat, Id est. Bccretum Lo- 5
Igendum." It conslBts of a group of B
treatlst'B, expoundinc n general By&- jr
torn of mystlcnl iwntliolsm, which
arose ns a development of tho moro
theosophlc element In tho Vcdas. It
is believed that thlB Iniluenced Schop-
enhaucr not a llttlo In his writings.
Walter "Ilaven't you forgotten 1
Bomethlng, Blr?" Cnrtomcr "Great 1
Scott, yes I My wlfo told mo to water S
tho plnnts while she was nwoyl" H
RED CROSS ENROLLMENT 8LOW
Will Lohl fall down on hor 1020
lied Cross Itoll CalJT
This question 1b Mug somo
worry to tho Hod C- ,, rs of tho
city slnco vory f t 1 -oplo had roi
sponded and doposltod their holping
foo yosterday. Tho tlmo limit for tho
preiont drive Is up today. Deports
and? tho monoy Bhould bo roady this
wook, but slnco tho pooplo havo nog
looted to Join tho reports will bo hold
up until Docombor 1st, Mrs. J. E.
Cotter, prosldont of tho local organ
ization, Btatod yostorday,
Every loyal Amorican cltlzon Bhould,
nnd wo bollovo do, roalizo tho won
derful work tho Rod Cross has and
aro doing and intend to support tho
woiidorful work. Thoy havo Just nog
looted depositing tho 11.00, which is
so easy to do at this busy season.
Lohl cannot, nnd will not, fall down
this year, so lot ovory citlzon mako It
a point tq join tomorrow. Subscrip
tions nre taken at olthor bank or by
Mrs. Cottor or Mrs. A. ir. Uono.
LIGHTS PLACED ON
Eight lights, ono on each cornor of
tho Grammar nnd Primary building,
havp boon put up this wook for light
ing up tho school grounds. Tho lights
are oporatcd from switches within tho
buildings and will bo lighted on danco
am) Sunday nights.
Tho dark grounds in tho pnst was
froauontod by young couples on dnnco
nights and Sunday ovonlngs. Com
plaints and tho suggestion of lighting
thorn camo to tho City Council and
from them to tho school officials. Tho
Installing of tho lights is oxpoctod to
havo tho desired offoct.
Voraanl'e Discovery of America.
A French writer is distributing a
pamphlet showing that most trf tho
Atlantic coast of tho United Bttcs
was discovered by tho French explorer
Verazzanl In 1524, and urging thnt In
1024 tho 400th anniversary of Jk dia--covnrjr
be duly celebrated in tho Unit
Kemp Babe Drowns . -,-t jfl
In Tub of Water I
Funeral Held Saturday at Third Ward
Fear nt not (hiding tholr bnbo at Its
grandparents whoro sho oxpoctod It
had gono was quickly turnod to grlot
Thursday aftornoon whou Mrs. Fred
rick Kemp found hor twenty-raonth-old
son drowned in a tub of wator which
was used for watorlug. stock.
Tho child lott tho liouso In tho aftor
noon and, as had bocn Its habit, start
ed through tho lots to tho homo of
Its grandparonts, Mr. and Mrs. Honry
KCmp. In an hour or so its mothor,
Mrs, Fredrick Kemp wont to tho oldor
Komp's homo for tho child. On reach
ing tho houso sho found It had not
boon thoro. A frantio soarch, immedi
ately started, located tho doad body In
a tub of wator in tho vicinity of tholr
homo. Tho oxnet tlmo tho child had
boon dead could, not bo dotorjnluodj
Tho babe, Fredrick Doyd Komp, son
of Fredrick nnd Laura Dutt Komp,
was born in Lohl, April 1C, 1010. It
was blessed Ma 2Gth of tho sanjo
yoar by President A. J. EvnnB. '
Furternl Services woro hold In tho
Third Ward mooting houso Saturday
aftornoon with Dlshop Henry Lowls In
charge John and Martin Dushman
and Prosldont A. J. Evans offarod con
soling remarks to tho grief stricken
parents. Musical selections woro fur
nished by tho choir, Mlssos Itosolla
Johnson and Poarl Hanson and Mrs.
aoorgo P. Prlco. Prayers woro offorod
by Dlshop S. I, Goodwill and E. A,
Tho brass decorations frequently
seen on tho harness of a work horse
are a direct survival of tho amulets
which bedocked the horses of the time '
of Julius Caesar and the ' ancient
II I LI I
8TATE ROAD WORK FINISHED !9fl
Tho Strango-McGuiro contracting
company has completed tho Stato'
road within Lohl City limits and work ?Bi
mon aro now moving tholr mixing .)H
plant and equipment. Tho coment 'M
laying was complotod Thursday and ij
tho grading on tho Bides finished yos- IH
Tho completion of tho strip makos ;H
a continuous hard Burfaco read from ''H
Drlgham to Provo, ovor a hundrod ?
CARNEQIE LIBRARY M
WORK STARTED H
Actual work on U10 foundation of 'H
tho now Carnogla Library building ,H
commontod Tuosday, Excavation :BVJ
and tho placing of tho forms will bo H
completed early Friday whon pour- H
Ing of ccmont will commonco. H
Tho completion of .tho foundation ,BJ
this Tall Is tho' plan of thoso in charge -BH
Tho othor work will bo resumed in BBI
tho spring. BBJ
TAX PAYMENT TIME EXTENDED '
TO DECEMBER ,17TH 'flj
For tho bcnoflt of tho fnrmors,-who BH
woro not nblo to got boots Into tho BH
factory during Octobor and conso- UVJ
quonlly did not partlclpato In th6 pay H
day this morfth, tho tlmo in which to HB
pny taxes has boon oxtondod ifrom HB
Novombor 30th to Docombor 17th. In HB
plnco of tho usual 2 por cent penality BJ
a chargo of only twonty-ilvo conts per BH
notico will bo charged, tax a'ssessor HB
and collector D. J, Thurmaa an- HJ
noilnccd Tuesday. HB
80 Is the Price. BH
Tho power dnlved fronj a pouad ti ',HB
eoal today Is nearly tiee tlsw-' 'HJ
yeat is it was 00 years ago. HH
OUR BIG SALE I
NEW BARGAINS EVERY DAY I
The Crowds Keep Coming.
If you haven't paid us a visit yet and are
needing good merchandise at a cheap I
price you are
LOSING MONEY I
Every day that you stay away. i
DO YOUR XMAS BUYING NOW I I
Come early in the day and avoid the M
afternoon crowds. 1
But come any time. 1 9
People's Co.op. Inst. 1
I The Busy Store on State Street
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