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lan Found Dead
J In Box Car Here
nfl of Dottle and Phial Leads to
,,(f That Dope Caused Death
0 U ither Than Freezing.
a ,. corpso of a man was found In
S lU Lake Houto box car Sunday
jlng at 8 30 o"clock by tho train
when thoy pulled Into tho June
When tho train arrived horo
F a Worlton waB called to make
J .um'lnatlon and found that tho
'"' hid been dead only a short tlrao.
amlnatlon of the body disclosed a
if! of about 4G. Lottora In hlB
CM eta Indicated that ho was Fred
eo of Mllos City, Montana. In
Mr was also found a soda water
!0anil a small phial. It la surmlBcd
C lie contonts of tho phial had boon
Into soda wator and drank by tho
nger, possibly with tho Intention
ndlng his Hfo. A Bmnll amount of
'K ment remained In tho bottlo and
m possibly bo sont to tho state
. tit for analysis.
Tho mnn was woll drossed. Ho had
on clean undorclothlng, heavy trous
ers, shirt, Jorsoy, vest, lenthor hunting
coat and n regular coat. He woro a
cap with ear-laps but thoso woro not
down, showing tlmt ho had not suf
fered with cold and proving that ho
was not frozen, as reported.
Tho car In which ho was found was
of tho ordinary box car typo and had
been picked up at Draper as tho train
enmo this wny from Salt Lako. A
mombor of tho train crow romombor
noticing a dark object In tho car when
thoy picked It up but thought It was
Just a pleco of old papor lying on tho
floor. At tho Junction the brnkeman
saw tho form nnd tried to arouso tho
mnn, but could not. Ho notified the
conductor nnd an effort was mado to
revive tho follow but ho was doad.
Tho body was taken from hero to
Provo and placed In chargo of Sheriff
J. T. Williams, who wired Montana
ofllcors with hopes of locating rela
tives of tho man.
J. ' "
m- A Merry Christmas
i I HOW GOOD THAT 80UNDS TO ALL
I It Is now tho uppermost thought to havo a real good old stylo
Merry Christmas and at
jl BROADBENT & SON STORE
HHroa can surely Und ovorythlng to plcaso you. A real ChrlstmaB and
rou can soo THOUSANDS OF NICB PRESENTS IN ENDLESS
fH VARIETY. Wo havo n 10c tablo loaded down, a lCc tablo with bun
Ms of nlco presents nnd a 25c tablo with presonts piled two feet
5Hi!gh. Vou to tnko your pick from each tablo for 10c, lCc or 25c.
Tbli makes Christmas shopping easiest at BROADBENTS STORE.
H Then wo havo many HUNDREDS of splondld gifts not on thoso
H Utiles. Something to plcaso evory member of tho family.
HERE 18 TWO VERY SPECIALS
B Men's Ties, regular price $1.65 on Christmas Sale for. - 65c
V biles Silk Hoso, our regular J2.45 hoso In brown or black on
" Smas Salo for 1.00 (For Xmas Only)
H ANOTHER SPECIAL
Hillicd Candles, opr pound.- ......, - 28c
Oriitmas Mixed Nuts, per pound .... J
IMfu Largo Oranges, per dozon "BC
BO BEAUTIFUL OREGON PINE XMAS TRESS JUST IN.
, Time sizes 7Cc, 85c nnd 98c, get one beforo thoy all go, you will navo
H 10 round Sack Oatmonl - vV
It Pound Sack Now Cornmeal --.
M ID Pounds Sugar.-- - oCo
ttlBl Pound Packet Now nalslns (Not 11 oz. Packet).. -;
.M 1 Pound Packot Now Currants (Not 11 oz. Pnckot) 1C
IS AT imOADIlENTS STOnE WITH A CHEATER DISPLAY THAN
4M We invito you to lot tho children come and soo all o wonderful
lifts. They're welcome. Santa Claus wants them to como and soo
the dolls, doll bugRlos, carts, wagons, books, rattles, bal". BmM.
blocks, toy dlBhoB, whistles, trumpets, toy brooms, Porfunws.! tot I rona.
handkerchiefs, drawing slates, klttlo kars. trl-cycles, bells, rattles i and
thousands of other articles. Everybody como and bring tho children.
Music all day and tho store Is nlco and warm.
I P S.-A load of our good coal will keep your houso warm too, Can
i'J o bring you somo.
1 10 Grand Prizes 10
I Given Away
1 THIS IS A CONTEST OF SKILL
Prizes To Be Awarded January 1, 1921
I For every Dollar spent at the Gift Shop y "Kj'jg
.Meet on which place your guess an. drop "
Contest is to guess how ninny bonim there arc m th Blnw J :
in our window, you can guess as many times- as jou rece.c ,
I t,ehThe person guessing the correct or ". I
number will l,o Riven First Priw. Tho next nearest becomt . .
l'rize and so on down tho list. MXTa .
I THP, PRIZES ARE AS FOLLOWS. ;
I i. mDooo ;
I 1. PHIZi:-- LADIES' RURY KING " 5"
I 0. PmZ-LADIBS1 (lOLZ 7.00
7. PIUZK-MANICURB Sb'l aro :;
R. l'RIJJUl'UT GLASS nOWIi--- 2f)0
1 0. PRIZE FOUNTAIN PBN 200 :
10. PRIZE-FOUNTAIN PEN -.- 7Tw i.iiv
I Spend n Dollar nnd Bot hi on tho 'vo con as . 0 1 0
I the swellest lino of gifta over'shown here. Call onii
B your selection. , ,
H Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I E. N. WEBB
I Jeweler and Optometrist
1 At Tho Gift Shop. i
I MAIN STREET
to Receive $616,400
Factory Employees Will Draw $76,400
Tomorrow. Farmers Pay Day On
Fifteenth Amounts to $540,000,
Tho largost distribution of sugar
boot money this year will bo mndo
this month when mill hands will be
paid $70,100 nnd tho humors J.ri40,000
making n total of $010,400. Tho form
er men receive tholr pay chockB to-'
morrow while tho lattor will recolvo
tholr's on tho ICtli of tho month.
Hoots from this district woro
practically all delivered by tho first
of Oocembor. Only a small numbor
of scattored farmers had n fow tons to'
deliver this month. In round figures
45,000 tons of boots woro received at
the local factory mid l'loasant Grove
nnd I'rovo cutting stations during
November, It was stated yostcrday at
tho factory. At tho Kuarantccd price
of $12 per ton tho boots will bring to
tho farmers $540,000. Taking the
prlco of sugar for tho past two months
and tho present outlook as a basfs
thoro Is littlo chance of tho farraofs
receiving anything additional on tbo
sliding scnlo section of tho contract.
This Is ospeclnlly true with thoso
farmers who did not nsk that tho
period upon which tho prlco wasito
bo based bo twolvo months, Instead
of four, as sot out In tho contract, It
Is said that only about fifty porcent
of tho boot growers requested that
tho avorago bo mado ovor tho full
)enr. Tho average pried of sugar 'nt
Now York wns$9.G7t during Novem
ber ns against JU.OlVi for October.
Tho prlco tendency is still downward.
As tho prlco of sugar would have to
bo above twelvo dollars botoro tho Hid
ing bcoIo goos into effect It can read
fly been soon that thoro lsntjjiuch
chanco of a bonus above tho guarantee
" J "
Tho Chrltsmas Seal Balo In Lohl Is
being pushed this week. Tho work
has been divided into five, divisions
nnd. members of ench word aro cover
ing tholr part of tho town.
It was too early yesterday to got a
complete roport on tho sales but good
progress was being made by tho
Poor Little Motortst.
Dickie, nged three, broko a wheel
from his littlo wagon. "Now what
ehnll I do?" ho cried, "fifty miles from
garage nnd out of gnsl"
A coat of Japanese lacquer when ap
plied to wood or inetul Is proof ngalnst
alcohol, ngnlnst boiling wnter, ngalnst
tlmost all known ngencles. I
New York's Great Fire.
One of Now York's greatest fires
stnrled on Sept. 21. 1770. six dnys af
ter the Itrltlxli captured tho city.
Trinity lnirc-h nnd 40:1 other build
tog were destroyed, snys Qns Logla
"What I most object to," remarked
tho Alrdulo l'up, "la tho flea who
thinks ho Is doing mo a favor to ns-
goclnte with me." , ,
CITYGET8 PART OF TAX MONEY
Pays For Main 8treet Pavlno With
A part paymont of tax monoy was
mado to Lohl City by tho County tax
collector Monday. A chock for $11,500
was received which Is a littlo loss
than half tho amount duo tho muni
cipality. Mayor Oardnor made a requost for
tho money so that tho contractors,
who put In tho Main Strcot paving,
could bo paid. A chock of $3,600 was
sent to tho construction company last
week and a second check, covering
the bnlnnco duo, and amounting to
$10,759.29, was sont yostorday.
Diamonds were known and worn as
Jewels In India 6,000 years ago and
used as cutters and gravers 8,000 years
History of tho Pistol.
Pistols wcro Invented at Plstoja,,
Italy, and were first used by EngtlaM
rnvnlrvmon In 1S44. r
Within Stake I
Missionaries Named And Are Now
Oraanlzlng For New Work.
Missionary work right at homo is
tho latest movo in tho Alplno stnko.
It has recently boon decided among
tho loading church mombors and
ofllcors that actual missionary work
right hero can accomplish great ends.
To roallzo on tho thought now is Just
a mattor of tlmo, slnco, hut wook
tho missionaries woro appointed and
thla wnnlf thnv tvtll nrfrntllyn nml
Some fifteen mombors from each of
tho throo largost towns In tho stnko
woro soloctod with proportionate num
bors In tho othor placos. Locally tho
list Is mado up of soventeon and In
eludes: Leo W. Goatos, John S.
Evans, J. E. Bono, D. G. Wobb, J. H.
Glover, J. E. Mason, Frank Dovoy,
John E. Jones, Jamos F. Potorson,
Rcubon Davis, Josoph Klrkham, V. H.
Potorson, Herbert Taylor, J. W. Wing,
J. F. Cutler, E. A. Uushman and G. G.
Edward Southwick was chosen
president of tho stako mission and
will ovorsoo tho work. Ho mot with cH
tho Lohl missionaries last ovenlng to H
organtxo and plan tho campaign. H
Nocossary lltoraturo Is on linnd for H
uso In tho work. M
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PRIMARY BAZAR TODAY M
Tho First and Fifth Ward Primnry
Associations will ontortaln at a Bazar H
today (Thursday). In tho afternoon H
a danco will bo given In tho amuso- JM
mont hall from 4 to 5:20 p. m. Ad- H
mission will bo G and 10 conts. In H
tho ovenlng commencing at 7:30 a froo H
program will bo glvon In U10 First H
Ward mooting houso. It Is said evory- H
thing to wear will bo offered for salo H
and also many good things to oat. H
EvcryoiiQ is invited to attend. H
Chance Net to Be MIcMd. jH
It was Willlo'a first visit to tho conn H
try, nnd after going with his uncla H
to feed U10 stock in ,the barn, he raa H
back to tho house, shouting: "Oh H
mamma, como quick I Uncle Jlra ban JM
0. whole circus In his bam, and be la jH
going to feed tho anlraalB I" H
thrill THttk ' I
minute! IHHHHr I
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jL Eddie fflTlK I
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and Better ''' Universal' SF H
than Barnuml GsSrU8
THE greateit film AoW 5S lirtk! gj SenSatlOn , lM
Elshteen weeki of pxcltlng icenei f ,, ,5, esg; . ' A IbH
staged in and around a gTMttrtivelinK k JB f H
cIreu.,Mlth marvelous EDDIE POLO, MJ07 M MM fM f IH
one of the aerlall.U that HT H ( f- 1 iB
ever lived, performing death-defying H. fM HH LJjfl bk M &. iH
of strength and .kill it. every Hm M MM HS fl. TigF H
epUode. See hit encounter with tte HU ISL IHJ J 51' 01 9MM V H
maddened elephant the terrible Jf . H
fight with the lion the great leap sA FbBI IflBv fifil SbII BB1 yB MM bH
from the dirigible balloon flKt H BpM JBtk H H f-WV 'H
speeding motor boat get a thrill - H HfjaB Kf H H IVL BbbI
every minute. MUt it? You can't! (MT U WgB (ML M IB! !Bk H
NOW PLAYING 9P1 IH W W P H
Big Double Show Friday and Saturday H
KSa E. FORREST TAYLOR Himself 1
IpjPl with MISS ANN BERRYMAN and the J 1
f?t"jHpL-- ROTATION STOCK COMPANY M
Wk'0M m TIIE BR0ADWAY SUCCJSS OF LAST SEASON . H
11"PALS FIRSTW1 1
K m.H'':; 'iKm "PALS PinST'1 i a tlrainntizntlon of tho book T 1 T,L.J.M M
8 iT-B'" "! of t,,e Bftmo titl0' pw"'i iy IInppp Iir0H-! wns KOVB.1 I HCSttlT a H
V jHKh -:M produced in New York, with "Win. Courtenny nnd f $M
B HL -' "M Tom wi8 in t,,c eaBt- T,,iR is ono o tl10 most de Q A TI TRn A Y M
i H sbHB Vl lightful plays tho Kotntion Stock Compnny lms over KjJt JL wJTJLTL JL y Bfl
: H flHRHIk -' presented. It also Rorve.s to bring back 10. Forrest - R
; H .BbbH -ikn2 Taylor aH leading man to the Rotation Company, Iff C 11 IS
B . BHk' f after a most successful engagement of nix months at JLJ-J-'o A. JL jto fl
m H . mti&smtfzSSA the Donham Thcatro, Denver, Colorado. A groat a f qnifi wow On IS
1 f n iWTTBiiBBn mA n iocnl fftvorUo shou,d ,nnIco this n SJn!SpriSt & m
: 5lIl!jOHllSM theatrical treat. Regular trices. j M