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I MODERN SEMINARY TO
I BE ERECTED HERE AT ONCE
HP DECISION REACHED 8UNDAY TO
Jr COMMENCE AT ONCE AND PUSH
g WORK TO AN EARLY CONCLU-
H Tho Bishoprics of tlio flvo wards of
H Lohl camo to a decision Sunday to
H go ahead with tho L. D. S. Seminary
H at onco. Tho matter has beon under
H advlsoment for ovur a year but until
fl Just recently tho entlro support of
H tho wurds could not bo obtalnod.
H Continuous work has Anally resulted
B In a unanimous opinion that tho
H building Is n necessity which fact ro-
suited In tho decision of tho church
, bends Sunday.
Tho now building will bo erected on
I the eaBt half of tho former Tabor-
naclo grounds and will cost botween
1 $10,000 and $12,000, It will bo a
111 modem brick structuro and will bo
k orectod so that with futuro needs
I more room can bo built onto It. Work
I & will commence as soon as plans can
I B bo secured.
I ft Tho building' will contain a class
i room, halls, oftlco, vault for church
records, nocessary accommodation
IB rooms and a modern baptismal fount
IS and room and dressing quarters. Tho
Hi building will bo equipped with a
yyH modern steam heating system.
' B Plans now are to havo tho building
H ready by tho llrst of tho year.
fl Big Festival and,
H, Bazar Saturday
tHLt. Tlio stage Is all sot lor tho big lco
VKf cream festival and bazar to .bo put on
PHj by tho Lohl Sorvlco Star Legion. Tho
KH date "is Saturday, August 12, at 7:30.
nH Tho placo tho Grammar school
iH grounds. Every citizen Is urged to
lH remombor the dato, tho good tlmo to
H be had, tho causo for which tho enter-
JB talnment is bolng given and that each
iB and ovory cltizon is Invltod.
B Tho roturns from tho undertaking
'iB aro to bo used in purchasing a tablot
'lH to bo engraved and sot Jn tho. Mom-
IB1. orlal building. Candy, cako and lco
,H cream will bo sold and tho bazar will
v-JSf contain hundreds of articles including
yiHK, fancy noedlo work and ciothlng.
lBr Tho August meotlng will bo hold
fEs this afternoon at tho Memorial hall.
All members aro urged to bo present
B togethor with any othor mother or
B lady of Lohl.
fl t Second Ward M. I. A.
fl' Outing at Mutual Dell
H Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday of
B this week tho Seecond Ward M. I. A.
K will havo tholr annual qntlng at
IK Mutual Doll at American Fork Can
Bt yon. Tho peoplo of the Socond Ward
jK nro invited to participate in the out
K lng. Tho following program will bo
jR given Friday ovonlng at 0:30 to 7:30:
Hi Address Pros. A. J. Evans.
jHg Song M. I. A. Girls.
B Address DIshop S. I. Goodwin.
HL Story John Hutchlns.
'B Story M. I. A. Girl.
B Addross Clifford Austin.
H Community Singing.
K Story Lowell Droadbit.
jjKWcnkncsH o tlio external
mShcIcs can bo cured without tho
IraBHuflyou aro suitoring from oyo
fggffBSiBui havo your oyes examined,
BKkliiTtSny not mean that you will
JBtffBiiayjiilto woar glasses.
BlroBOwt system of muscle treat
JUBuneSEBs doing wonders for many
HHe. N. WEBB
HEpsSEwveler and Optometrist
flfflH&At Tho Glft BhoP"
Well Attended Services
Conducted For Pioneer
Funoral sorvlces over tho jomalns
of James Cough, who died Monday,
July 31st, woro conducted Friday
afternoon In tho Third Ward Chapol.
Tho building was packed by friends
paying llnnl respect to Mr. Gough.
DIshop Henry Lowls odlciatcd. Tho
ward choir, Prof Abraham Andorson,
Mrs. Margarat KIrkham, Mrs. O. L.
Klttlnger and Miss Loralno Davis fur
nished musical selections. Invocation
was offered by James II. Gardner and
boncdlctlon by John & Jonos.
Tho speakers woro Pres. A. J.
Evans, Martin Bushman, Dan Jones of
MIdvalo and,W. W. Dlckerson.
Interment was in tho Lehl come-
Visiting Austin Property
Gcorgo Ulood. noted mining engi
neer and goologist of this section, In
company with Austin company officials
mado a trip to tho inino in Amorlcan
Fork Canyon yesterday. A thorough
Investigation of tho property will bo
made and if successful Mr. Dlood and
associates will flnanco necessary de
J. J. Season Just returned from tho
section with a flattering report which
Indicates that tho work is nearing the
objective sought. Some good news Is
expected from tho mlno during tho
next fow weeks.
Dr. Caroline Hedger Coming
Tho Lohl Farm Bureau Is fortunato
In securing Dr. Carollno Hedgor of
tho Elizabeth McCormlc fund of
Chicago to locturo horo again. Tho
Dr. will appear August 22 at 8 v- rn.
in tho Auditorium and' should be
greeted by a largo crowd slnco sho
mado such n good Impression on hor
City Boarders Leave
Tho two transients, who wero
boarding with tho city for thirty
days, took French leave Monday Just
after their morning meal. Tho men
wero being used on tho streets tilling
In holes and covering brldgos, otc.
They must have tired of tho City's
hospitality since thoy quietly sllpnod
nway after thoy had had breakfast
and could not bo locatod by tho
marshal. Thoy woro last seen going
north along tho Orom right-of-way.
Domocrats of Lohl mot Saturday
ovonlng in tho Memorial building and
selected their delegates for tho Stato
Convention to bo hold nt Salt Lake
City, August 11th. Ton dolegatps and
Hvo alternates wore chosen, each to
have a half voto. Tho delegates are:
A. J. Evans, W. S. Evans, A. I). An
dorson, Edward Southwlck, A. M.
Davis, Suel Zimmerman, Joaoph An
dorson, Thomas Jonos, Carlos Schow,
and James A. Mason. Alternates:
Georgo Scown, John S. Smith, Guy
Murray, Goorgo Zimmerman and
"Mister, I'm a stranger in town. I'm
loBt and can't find my way to tho
depot." "Cotter settlo right horo, my
friend," ndvlsod the booster. "You
couldn't locato in a hotter plaoo."
Never Give Up.
Humboldt was born In 17C9, and be
gan writing tho "Cosmos" In 1845,
whon ho was nearly sovonty-Bix yours
Whon friendships aro roal thoy are
not glass threads or frost work, but
th solldest thlng3 wo know. Emerson.
Dragging a congressman Into a dis
cussion is almost as difficult as teach
ing a duck bow to swim.
All on the 8ama FrlnelpU.
Every form of lamp for use In mines
a bastM on tho design of Sir Hum-
Shry Davy, whose principle was tfiat
umes will not pass wire gauze.
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
Tho Mayor and City Council rriot :
Tuosday ovonlng in regular soBslon
and disposed of buslnoss pertaining
Tho flr,et matter considered was tho
request of tho Pooplo's Coop that thoy
bo allowed to put an underground "
plpo drain down Socond East stroot
dlugonally from tho wost corner of '
Sixth North south a 1)lock and n hnlf 'f
to tho cast sldo of tho stroot. Tho .
prlvllego was extended to tho com- '
pany providing thoy woro responsible
for any damage that might occur (
whllo tho drain was bolng put in. '
A quit claim deed for a small parcel '
of land to William A. Poterson, who '
now own tho adjoining property with '
which tho part has boon used for
years, was given. Tills is a part of a '
streot south of Lyman Losseo's homo. '
Tho sheop trail through Lohl wob
discussed with tho idea of obtaining
nnothor routo Iobs troublosomo to
citizens if possible Tho matter was
referred to tho Stroot Committee. ,
A report from tho Judgo showed (
that six cases had been handled in ,
July and that linos of ?70 had boon
A loan of ?7,400 was found nocos- ,
sary to pay off a noto of ?6,000 nnd
Interest and to tako caro of current'
expenses. A resolution authorizing a
loan for $7,400 was passed.
IT ' .
Not So Bad After All
Those who witnessed tho accident
that ibefell tho school piano on tho
evening of tho Fourth of July are well
awaro of tho forlorn condition to
which tho Instrument was reduced.
From outsldo appearanco and from
Inside appearances for that matter, it
seemed to ho a total wreck, fit only
for tho Junk heap. Following tho sug
gestion, hbwover, that tho instru-'
mont might lN) repaired, Prof Charlo5
Hopkins, our local violinist, was in
vited to InBpoct tho ruins. Aftor n
caroful examination ho roportcd that
It could not only bo repaired but that
nt a very nominal cost compared with
tho ipurchaso price of a now instru
ment. Ho was Immediately engaged
to make tho repairs. Ho completely
overhauled and repaired and adjusted
tho piano from top to bottom, rotuned
It, nnd polished tho case. Tho Instru
ment not only prosonts a bettor ox
tornal appoaranco than formerly but
Its tono and action aro faultless. The
committee fools that much crodlt Is
duo Prof. Hopkins for bringing order
out of chaos.
Herrlno Lead fih Diet.
More herrings are eaten than any
jtlier kind of fish.
WE ARE QOINQ TO STOP AND
Broadbent & Son's
BECAU8E WE CAN GET A 8ACK
OF 8UQAR FOR $8.25 TIDAY
Dost lOo Jar Rubbers, Per Box 6o
A Big Can Good Salmon for. lBo
0 Jelly Glassos for..- 33o
6 Fancy Glass Tumblers for .48o
5 Pound Can Lard for 98c
1 Dozen 1 Quart Mason Jars 94o
3 Packages Corn Flakes 2Cc
8HOE8 FOR LADIES, MEN, BOY8
A jdilpmontt Just In. Bought for loss
than for many years and wo aro
marking to sell for Iobb. It is no ldlo
boast whon wo Bay wo can 8oll you
shoes at bo low a price, you will won
der whoro or how wo got thorn, thoao
on salo whllo this lot lasts. .
( SPECIAL ON L. D. 8. 8UMMER I
QARMENT8 ON SALE 08o j
Ladles' Hoso, All Colors 2 pair. .25o
MIssos Hoso Per Pair.... 1G
Men's Work 8ox ...10o and lBo
Yard Wido Porcalos..................-.-18c
IT'S A SAVING TO STOP AND
Broadbmt & Son's Store
p.& Wo Cover Dress Buttons and
Clean Up Your
Clean up your comotory lotl .That
Is tho word tho Commlttco on Como
tory wIbIios circulated. Thoy point
out that If ownors of lots can Just
rlcnn up onco more that will put tho
burial grounds In shape for tho bal
ance of tho yenr.
It has been customory to cloan up
nn momorlal day nnd thon forgot nil
ubout tho cemetery. It is desired
that this "old tlmo" Idea bo passod
ly and tho people adopt modern ways
nt the final resting plot.
Go any tlmo, or any day, but go
nnd clean up for tho year is tho ploa
mrulo by the commlttco.
Bishop Bit By Dog
A dog, said to belong to A. Jack
son, took oxceptlons to tho approach
of Bishop Henry Lewis Monday and,
as Is tho naturo of such animals, sot
its Jaws into his leg. Tlio teeth woro
burled Into tho Bishop's thigh making
& nusty wound.
Tho Welsh blood in tho Bishop
wanned up and in a fow minutes Mr,
Dog was on his way to tho Happy
Hunting Grounds having Blightly
slackened tho speed of a chargo from
a shot gun.
AM. FORK IN
Tho big baseball Jubilee was a ilno
hiiccosb nt Amorlcan Fork yesterday
with tho exception of the basoboll
game scoro, A big crowd was out
and ovorythlng wont off in flno shapo
for tho homo crowd until tho much
heralded game stnrtod. Cold water
scorned to havo descended on tho
Miners whon tho 0th Innings ended
for Lohl snatched tho gamo out of
tholr tcoth, 11 to 10.
Tho victory Is ono to bo coveted
slnco our neighbors havo mado so
much nolso nbout what thoy woro
going to do with Lehl on this parti
cular date and picked tho gamo for
tholr big colebratlon,
Thoro Is inoro than Just a basoball
victory In tho winning. It has boon
conceded for some tlmo that thoy
had Lehl's 'goat" but now tho tabloa
havo turned. Lehl has tho winning
streak and will hold tho upper hand
ns sho did In tho "Old Days."
Tho nows of tho Amorlcan Fork
victory camo Just as wo woro finish
ing the papor and limited space makes
tho roport necessarily short.
Wo lost to Hebor Friday by a wldo
margin. We'll say little about this
Captain Clnrenco Cotter arrlvod In
Lohl Sunday for a two weeks visit
with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E.
Cotter, nnd friends. Captain Cottor
Is now statlonod at Fort Monroe,
Virginia. Ho is enjoying good health.
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Local News Items
Tho babe of Mr. and Mrs. Horsholl
Walker In reported qulto 111.
Miss Zelda KIrkham, now of Salt
Lake, is in California enjoying a two
On Friday tho babo of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Barnos had Its ilngor badly
Mr. and Mrs. llandall Schow and
family aro enjoying a fow dayB In
Amorlcan Fork Canyon.
,Mrs. W. A, Ford and Mrs. M. J,
Patterson and sons, Harold and
'Eddlo, wont to Vivian Park Tuesday
for threo or four days recreation.
So Sudden, Too,
Geraldino "Do you tet rnoT" Ger
ald "Ifl that a leap-year proposal?"
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LOCAL DEMOCRAT I
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS 1
EDWARD SOUTHWICK THROWS
HAT INTO RING. STRONG
FARMER BACKING LINING UP.
Edward Southwlck, well known
throughout tho state from his many
years of sorvlco In tho stato legis
lature in Utah, both In tho lowor and
uppor house, has ontorod tho raco for
tho nomination of congressman from
tho second district. Mr. Southwlck
has consented to have his namo
placed boforo tho delogatcs to tho
Democratic congressional convention
nt Salt Lake City, August 11. Mr.
Southwlck consented to enter tho
raco only aftor sovornl prominent and
Influential friends, both Domocrats
and Republicans, had urged him for
somo time to do so.
'FarmorB attending tho encampment
at Lognn during last wook spoko vory
highly and favorably of Mr. South
wick's candldncy," said Mr. Wadloy
In speaking of Senator Southwlck en
tering tho race. "Both Republicans
and Democrat) among tho farming
claBs havo signified their Intention of
standing back of Mr. Southwlck in
his raco for congress. His reputation
among tho farmors is tho vory boat,
and ho has shown In his long caroor
In tho stato legislature that ho stands
for an honest and squaro doal to :99
everybody. Wo aro certain of elect- flta
lng htm if ho wins' out at tho con- 'Bl
grosslonal convention." IBH
Edward Southwlck, who is about 60 jl9
years of ago, was born In Lehl, ?fl9
whoro ho has always roslded with JmI
tho exception of tho years ho has 1H9
spent nbroad in tho tntorest of tho "4H
Latter-day Saints church. After at- H
londlng" tho Brigham Young ncad- jH B
emy ho socurod omploymont in tho flfjl
commissary department of tho Los Ri
Angolcs & Salt Lako Railroad com- -B"tl
pany. Later ho was connected for IB I
many years with tho UtalUId,nho S 1
Sugar comjpany as farmor and LJ
ovorsoor. Aftor bolng In chargo of KlJ
tho Saratoga Springs resort on 'DH
Utah lako ho ontorod tho roal ostate "9H
business In Lehl, 'which ho has since Tl
thon conducted successfully. He was Eftfl
tho moving spirit in tho CBtGhltshlBg BI
of tho now coroal manufacturlag flH
plant at Lohl. Slnco 1912 ho has con- 911
tinually been a mom'bor of tho state ' JBjfl
legislature, first soaring in the house -. ''IBM
of representatives nnd later In Uie I wjjH
Ho has always boon considered a 'M'B
loader In tho Democratic party, and Ml
has hold many othor important publio M J
positions in his homo town. -Sifl
"'"'" ' I'llHH IIMII'IIIMIIIIIIiiiIHMIIIII'I III' ijH'l
The Big Picture
"Saturday Night'" J
Again to-uight. The crowd that saw it last night jH
witli its wonderful all star cust pronounced it tlio
best ever start early as the feature is in nine big 11
reels. Also the Comedy King Harold Lloyd, in fil
"GET OUT AND GET UNDER" lM
A comody scream. H
Prices regular lOe and 25c P. O. I's. Good. M
That smiling, sizzling, red hot fighter fl
HOOT GIBSON in
"Sure Fire" ill
A thrill a minute not a dull second. Come and see . Ill
"Hoot" shoot a romance of love in tho west. ifl
Also chapter ten of fl
"ROBINSON CRUSOE" M
And a rattling good comedy at 10c and 20c. . lfl
P. O. I's. Good. tfl
NEXT WEEK fl
A Cosmopolitan Picture H
"Beauty s Worth" I
Starring beautiful ifl
MARION DAVIES Ifl
and a splendid east of players in seven reels of Ifl
j comedy love n 'everything a Wednesday night j H
show at 10c and 20c. Also a Century Comedy t $ H
"HORSE SENSE" j
Don't miss this treat. ,.., I HJ
LOOK WHO'S HERE If
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, AUGUST, 16-17 J W
RUDOLPH VALENTINO jkffl
DOROTHY DALTON . t J?:
"MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY" .if
A tingling talo of love and tho sear . ,.; 71
Also Larry Somon in 1 . ', '
"THE STAGE HAND" ?$;
Go early if you want a seat." m v,
Prices Kids 10c, Adults 25c. P. O. Va.t Yes. 1' g
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