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ICAL MINING MAN
SUFFERS SEVERE ACCIDENT
JKhnrlca Karl, woll known local inln-
lJHglninn, sustained painful Injuries
wyhon ho foil down tliu shaft of tho
gAuntlu nilno In Amcrlcau Fork Can-
Byonllnst Friday. .Mr. Karl and Hoy
Mllarrls were placing sumu ladders In
flHltck sixty-foot shnft of tho Austin
JlnlOT when tho accident ( occurred.
Esrtlmbora upon which thoy were
RSSjidlng, sotno thltry-llvo foot flora
IS' bottom of tho Rhalt, gavo way In
jBStio unnccounlublo luannor, precipl-
upig Mr. Karl to tho rocky bottom
jfl' tho shaft. Hoy Harris saved
IHHmsclf by hanging to tho laddur that
jKid already boon put in place, a nnr
jfliw but fortunato oscapo. Mr. Karl
jjBtmck tho bottom ot tho shaft
JKmurely upon his toot, badly crush
jflug und mangling theso mombors.
Blltt back also rccolved u severo skak-
Hngup. Othor bruises and lacoratlons
Kidded considerably to tho sorlousnoss
Buf tho accldont.
jH Tho wholo camp was Immediately
jBnrousod and rescuo measures adopted.
Ha ropo owing was Improvised and by
Bmd of tho windlass tho patient was
hoisted to tho surface and then con
H oed to tho camp whore first aid
Bf troatment was admlnlstorod, a
jB messongor moanwhllo having been
B dispatched to A'merlcan Fork for tho
H During tho long wait for tho ar-
rival of modlcal aid, from 11:30
o'clock a. m. until C o'clock p. m., Mr.
Kalr sufTered excruciating pain, tho
only sedatives at hand being strong.
Hi colfco, ginger, and hot packs. In tho
y early evening, Iiowovor, Dr. Noyos
jtf arrived and soon relieved tho acuto
buffering of tho patient by means -of
H It was now so lato In tho ovcnlng
H that it was docldod to remain until
fl morning boforo attomptlng tho trip
I down tho canyon. Consequently at
H 7 o'clockTsnturday morning" tlfoJouf
H ney down tho canyon was begun. Tho
llrst two and a halt mllos required
tho ubo of strotchor, tho trail bolng
I exceedingly stoop and dllllcult. Willi
I out tho uso of morphluo It would
L hao been qulto imposslblo for tho
S$ patlont fb havo endured this leg of
am tho Journey. Tho noxt section of tho
trip was negotiated In a wagon, and
I fiom Dcor Creok to tho American
I Fork Hospital iu an automobllo, tho
I wholo trip requiring just sovon hours.
1 Mr. Karl Is roported to bo resting
I fairly woll nt this writing. It la pro
I posod to tako othor X-ray plcturos of
I his back In an ondoavor to locato any
I possible fracturos or dislocations
Tho doctors express great surprlso
that tho rail did not result In con-
cusslon ot tho brain.
I This paper bollovos that it Is ox
I pressing tho slncoro sympathy of tho
M wholo community to Mr. Earl and
H his family when it wishes him a
B speedy and comploto rocovory. -
K , Primary Summer Festival
Tho peoplo of Lohl will bo pleased
to loam ot tho return of tho annual
"Summer Festival" to bo presented
H by tho Primary Associations of Lehl,
B at Wines Park.
B Tho story ot "Hansol and Grotol"
K will bo dramatized. Tho play begins
H, with a country fair, opening with tho
Hi decorating, by Flower QlrlB Danco, to
Bbo followed by Folk Dancing, ropro
K sentlng dlfforoinatlons. Hansol and
UY THAT NEW WATOH
id us liolp you make tlto
stiuul back of every watch
E. N. WEBB
Jeweler and Optometrist
"At Tho Gift Shop"
UN STREET LEHI
drotol find thomBolvos nlono at tho
closo of tho fostlvlties and wnndor off,
dlHCovor thoy nro lost, hut aro found
by tho "Witch of tho Woods." Tho
witch Is dollghted and builds hor lliu
thinking to hno n good meal of tho
children, hut Bho Is outwitted by
thorn. Thoy mnko tholr oscapo, then
aa night over takos thorn thoy llo
down to sloop and aro discovered by
tho Wood Folks.
Tho Dwarfs think It lino, nnd havo
gicat sport nt ilndlng tho two children.
Tho littlo Dowdrops which go to sloop
on tho grass aftor tholr frolic aro
chased away by tho Sunbeams. Tho
Fairies, Duttorfllos and Ulrds nro
happy also at finding Hansel and
Qretol. Tho Sunbeams awaken Hansel
nnd (Irotol, who Ilnd tholr way homo
after which thoro Is gonornl rojolclng.
Tho festival promlsos to bo tho
best ovor attemptod by tho Prlmnr
las. Tho public generally Is Invited.
Tho entertalnmont will ho freo to
ovoryono. Hefroshmonts will bo sold
on the grounds, Tho data and tlmo
hao been tentatively sot for Wed
nosday, August 30, at six o'clock.
And the End Is Not Yet
Dally nowspapor and other publi
cations still contlnuo to comment up
on tho Utah Products Campaign as
put on by tho Lohl Business Men's
Club. Ed. S. Hinckley, Socrqtnry or
a, similar club ot Provo spoaks In
glowing terms of tho efforts of our
local organization, stating that tho
campaign should bo inado county
wide. Taking his cud from what Lohl
has accomplished, Mr. Hinckley pro
posos a Fall Fostlval toba hold In
Provo somotlmo in October In which
tho wholo county will bo asked to
participate. It is hlB plan to feature
lUTahJMaUeGo6ds-an'd oBpeclallyj thoso
produced In Utah county. Tho noed
of a Utah County Fair has long boon
soiiBcd by mnny of our loading
citizens und it may bo posslblo that
Mr. Hlnckloy's plan may ovontually
dovclop Into a fair if his suggestions
The History of the Onyx
Table That the Women of
Lehi Sent to the Worlds
Fair at Chicago in 1892.
Utah, along with ovory other stato
in tho union, orccted a building' at
tho Worlds Fair in 18"J2, tho lntorlor
ot said building was furnlshod with
articles mada in each city.
Tho movomont bognn with Mrs.
Potter Palmar ot Chicago, national
chairman of womens work, who ap
pointed Mrs. F. S. Itlchards as chair
man for Utnh.
To tacllltuto tho work Mrs. ItlchardB
"appointed a chairman for oach
county, Mrs. Mnrllla Danlols of Provo
for Utnh County. Sho In turn ap
pointed a chairman In each city ot
tho county. Lyda Evans Slado was
chosen as chairman, and Joan Trano
Chlpman as Socrotary and Treasurer
a Iris woro appointed to canvas tho
town for contributions, (ton cents bo
lng tho minimum and twonty-flvo
conts tho maximum), and at tho same
tlmo each porsou who donated was to
voto tor tho Stato Flowor tho Sogo
Lll or tho Wild Uoso.
Tho womon ot Lohl docldod to mako
and sond an onyx tablo, tho inntorlal
nnd workmanship to bo Lohl products.
Tho onyx was donated by tho
Codnrstrom mlno at Pelican Point.
Thp silver was purchasod from tho
Bullion Dock mlno, as tho owner of
that mlno, Mr. John Dock, was
originally a Lehl man. Tho purchase
was mado through yllllam Ball,
Buporlnttmdont at tho tlmo. Tho
silver work was dono by Isaac and
Abo Qudmundson, both Lohl men.
Tho mahogany and codar woro tho
malorlals usad fof tho podestnl nnd
tho legs, nnd woro obtalnod In tho
lake mountains by day Whlpplo who
did tho carpentor work, mostly hand
Tho onyx was cut and polished ut
Provo foundry by John Dovoy, now a
resident of Lohl.
Tho table, when finished, was sont
to tho Worlds Fair at Chicago and
placed in tho Utnh Building, romaln
(Contlnuod on page 8)
LEHI TO ENTERTAIN
ON LABOR DAY
What Ih certain to bo the most4on
Joynblo Labor Day Program To bo
given iu Lehl will bo hold nt :Blx
o'clock p. m. at Wlnos Park on that
day. Tho occasion will bo tho moot
ins of nil tho Scouts and tho Beohivo
Girls of tho Alplno Stako in tholr
Annual Promotion Day Exorclaos.
Tho City Council by tho Mayor has
kindly offered tho uso ot tho Park and
any other facilities that tho city nt
fords to inuke our guosts welcomo."
Although tho day Is designed especial
ly for tho girls and hoys ovoryono la
Invited to bo prosont. S4&2"
Tho program will bo openodbyjBO
lections by tho Lehl Boys Dandjjmor
which tho following numbors willbo
rendered: . ""
Uemarks M C. Waralck. t jS
Community Song. "36
Contest In Bandaging Scouts sand
Boohlvo Girls. . F?
Vertical Lino Tost Boohlvo GlrlB.
Corresponding Tost Scouts.-
Promotion of Boohlvo Girls by mom
bor of Oonoral Board.
Ono Act Play Pleasant Grovo First
Ono Act Play Amorlcnn Fork
Second Ward. ' ,
'Community Singing. ;
Lohl church people who patronized
tho Temple Excursion last Thursday
report having spont a very pleasant
and profitable day,
Tho Fourth Word Sunday School
Conforcnco will bo hold next Sunday,
August 27, at tho Ward Chap'ol.
Sessions will bo hold both morning
and attornoon, Visiting Stako Board
membors will be prosont. A good
turnout of ward mombors Is solicited,
Special fon'turcs at tho Second
Word afternoon services will bo an
address by Eldor Abo Loaseo, re
cently returned from tho Southern
States Mission, n malo quartet, t.nd
a ladles quartet. It 1b desired that
tlvoichnpOKboflll6dJ . .
Tho Fifth Ward Primary Associ
ation gnvo a party In honor of tho
retiring Prosldont, Mrs. John Zim
merman. Fifty guosts including tho
Bishopric nnd toachors woro present.
Mrs. Zimmerman leaves hor post with
tho rospoct and good will of all tho
Wullaco Peterson of Spanish Fork
and Ilorbort Taylor will bo tho Bpoak
ors at tho 2 o'clock mooting at tho
Fifth Ward Chnpol noxt Sunday. At
tho ovcnlng sorvlco, Eldor Thomas
F. Klrkham will rolato missionary
oxporlcnces. Mr. and Mrs. Klrkham
will rendor a numbor ot musical se
lection during tho ovonlng.
Tho Alplno Stako Missionaries will
havo charijo of tho spoaklng at tho
First Ward Chapol noxt Sunday at
tho 2 o'clock Bcrvlco. Tho subject
will bo "Tho Apostucy nnd tho llo
storntlon." Tho Itollof Socloty will
furnish two musical numbers.
Stako ofllccrs woro at tho Itollof
Socloty mooting of tho Third Ward
Kldora Pulloy nnd Zabrlsklo or
Ameilcnn Fork Woro spoakors at tho
Third Ward afternoon sorvlco last
New Seminary Building
Bids nro bolng ndvortlsod for In
this Issuo of tho "Sun" for work of
building tho new Somlnnry.
Waro, Trognnza, and Cannon, Snlt
Lnko Architects havo proparod tho
plans, nnd nctlvo work of excavating
will commonco Immediately after
Soptombor 1. Each kind ft work is
to ho undor a separata contract. It
Is tho pinna of Uiobo In chnrgo to
rush tho building through with all poa
Notice to Primary Children
All primary chlldron taking part In
tho Summor Fostlval aro requested to
bo In Wlnos Park, Friday, August
25th, (this wook) at 2 o'clock p. in.,
also toachors and olucors.
First Ward Relief Socety
Hall To Bo Renovated
Tho Presidency ot tho First Ward
Itollof Socloty announcoa that tho
Socloty Hall la to bo coraplotoly
cleaned and renovated tomorrow.
Mombors of tho sooloty aro roquosted
to roport for sorvlco nt nine o'clock
In tho morning armed with brooms,
scrubbing bruBhoB, buckets, cloths,
and othor Iioubo cleaners Implomouts,
A. hoanj rosponao from all tho mom
bdrs will bo appreciated.
A school days approach, both
Children nnd parents bocomo Intor
patcd In knowing tho porsonal of tho
teaching force for tho coming aoason.
Tho Uranimnr Grade faculty unl03s
modi lid later will bo as follows:
Leo Hanson, Principal, 7th Grade.
Wnllnto Audorson, 7th Grade.
''Woodruff Horry, "7th Grado.
' Ida Thurmnn, Cth Grado.
. Ora Holmstead, Cth Grado.
Iono GllchrlBt, 5th and Cth Grado.
DelBio Southwlck, 5th Grade.
,Eillth Goates, Gth Grado.
tTho Primary grado teachors havo
not as yot boon assigned to tholr
rooms, but thoy hnvo boon appolntod
to tho nrlous buildings na follows:
Primary Building LIda Phllllpa,
Principal; Aroma Goodwin, Euln
Evans, Llllnno Pornoux, Volmn Wing,
Allco Jones, Ameo Wnlkor.
Frnnklln Building Ethel South
wick and Viva Taylor.
Sego Lily Building Mrs. Mario
FJold and Delia Carson.
Tho Eighth Grado which la roally
undor tho High School Principal will
bo taught by W. K. DuvIb and Clin
This year tho First and Socond
Grados will havo half day sessions;
nil others will attond tho full day.
Leo Hanson, tho now Grammar
Grade Principal, Is 'moving Into his
rocentlj purchnsed homo this wook.
His v.ork horo somo years ago bMU
Ungors as a pleasant memory In tho
mlnda ot pupils nnd parents. Ho Is
Very welcomo to our community
Wallaco West, our "Coach unox
colled," hna recently rejitod tho old
rClnrk homo on First Woat Stroot.
Tills location will mnko It much
moro convenient for him In looking
nttor his boys.
LEAGUE BASEBALL I
SEASON ENDS I
Ub unfnlr to tho railroad grandstand
to end a successful baseball soason
without spilling tho Ink nnd tolling
them what hnpponcd insido of tho
As for tho yonr's nvorngo Lohi's
class of ball has boon vory crodllablo
throughout tho sonson, ondlng with
tho hlghost porcentugo tills yenr that
tho plnyoiB hmo hnd slnco tho Central
Utah Longuo hna boon organlzod.
Too much cannot bo said of our
President, Jnmoa Holdon, whoso hard
efforts hnvo hold tho boys togothor,
kopt tholr BplrltB up, amused tho
grnmlBtnndB, nnd kopt tho balls roll
ing. Alnnngor Whlpplo could not nlways
havo his way with tho "umps," but
wo hand It to him when It comes to
who knows bnsoball.
Captain Thrasher rdprosonta tho
spirit ot tho ontlro aggregation when,
from first bnso, ho calls out, "Como
on Gnny, 'los go'."
Tho pitching staff for tho ontlro
year ave'rngoa strong. JnckBon nnd
Wilson suroly havo had tho dopo
working on tho ball.
Though "Snick" Atwood novor ro
colvod tho regular "paBs tho hat"
hand out for winning games by hia
numorous homo runs, but wo bollovo
ho will rocognlzo tho fact that tho
ticket sojlor had all londy gotten
most ot flio sparo chango.
Provo pooplo como out In largo
numbors whon Lohl is chnlkod Up to
play nt tholr park. Tho rcaaou why
wna explained by ono good old fan
from that town whon ho said, "Wo
boo moro bnsoball and got moro kick
out of watching 'Jumping Jack
than twlco tho coat of tho admission."
Whon Albert Webb's nnmo is men
tioned to any Central Utah League
fan, Immediately ho will amllo and
any, "Old reliable, nlwaya flawing
Dnmos was hoard to say oarly this
last spring whon things looked shady
as to whothor Lohl would got In tho
longuo or not, "I hope wo got In. I
feel like I am going good this soa
son." Knough said. Did ho?
Whon It comos to comody nnd on-
tortnjnlng tho grnnd ntand, wo shall WS
hao to havo tlio big star nallod ovor tf
Harmon Atwood'H dressing room door.
Ho also covers much Hold. " 5
Tho Smulu Brothers nro cxcollout ffl
utility mon, bolng nblo to play most ill
any position on tho Hold. ,19
Much promising material lor tho Iffl
coming Bonson has boon shown among III
thoso who did not play regularly this IH
aoason. But on days that round thorn jM
among tho ulno thoy looked lino mid H3
auroly did put bright prospects upon MM
tho tuturo. BB
Wo fool conlldont that tho second si
half would havo boon won by Lohl !
hnd not tho othor teams boon per- Em
mlttod tp import plnyora to otronethon
tholr llno-upa. With ono othor ox-
coptlon , Loh I la tho only team to com- ffli
ply strictly with tho ruloa nnd piny 1ft
hor own boys. j Wi
FLOYD W, GOATES, , ig
Not Out of tho Race Yet fl
Lohl still has a chance at tho baso- wgll
ball championship ot tho Contral Mm
Utah League. Tho situation as re- 111
ported by Jnmoa Holdon, Mnnagor Ifjl
of tho Lohl team, is as follows: IH
Provo, Mid vale, nnd Lohl hnvo loBt 19
flvo gifmos and Won nluo gamoa each. wl
Itobor just boforo playing hor last HI
game, that with Paysoh, had lost four wl
and won nlno. During tho l'ayeoji- II
Hobor gamo some troublo nroso mid l
Hobor loft tho fluid bororo tho ond II
ot tho ninth Inning with Hobor ono II
run to tho good. Paysou protostod tho II
gamo. it Is now in tho hands ot tho H
Board of Control for adjudication. H
Should tho gamo bo awnrded Hobor M
sho thon would win tho longuo. On ffl
tho othor hand It tho decision la in M
fnvor of Pnyson, four teams, Hobor, (
Provo, Lehl, and Mldvalo, will bo tied jfl
for first place. Lot ua hope that Pay- H
son rorolvoa tho doclslon. H
FALL OPENING J i
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I Wonderful Dress Goods at Prices IB
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Oui' fall dress fabric opening is an exposition of the latest stylos the now- "w
est ideas 1'i'oiu the centers of fashion. These wonderful fabrics direct from tho & t A
LaPorte mills are priml to save you money on everything you buy. B i m
Tlie range of our offerings will excite more than usual interest. There aro ig :
C splendid new creations in woolens suitable for suit, cloak and cape, a variety fe St
of silks embodying durability and stylo, and a big choice of cotton materials for S ' m
Jft home dresses and children's wear. s ffl
Good fabrics for children's schoolwear are always of interest to thrifty fl , M
g housewives who sew at home never before has our offoring of children's jj ' y
$& fabrics been as comrlete as it is this season. Also a splondid showing of now $ D
S fall ginghams. fc to
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I Peopled Co-op. Inst. I I
The Busy Store on State Street . S fl
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