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I VOL. Vm. LEHI, UTAH, THUKBDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1022 No 9 HI
TAX NOTICES RECEIVED
I BY PROPERTY OWNERS
H TOTAL LEVY SLIGHTLY ABOVE
K LAST YEAR FOR LEHI TAX
B PAYERS. CITY AND COUNTRY
H LEVY LOWER STATE AND
H SCHOOL DISTRICT HIGHER.
B Tax notices showing an Incroaso of
.ks A a. mill ovor last year wero re
coUed In yesterday's mallby property
owners of Lohl. A total assessment
Bot 47.23 mills is chalked up agulnst.
Hho property of this city.
PB Tlio lavy is dlvded as follows:
R;tate and Stato School, 7. it) mills;
Hajnl county levy, C.G3 mills; Alplno
School District, 12.C0 mills; Lehl City,
Pgft.OO mills; total 47.23 mills.
B Comparing this with tlio lovy of
Hd21 it will ho noted that thoro is an
ncreaso of .88 mills. An Incroaso of
ffffAu mills on tho Stato, 2.80 mills on
Hkvo Alplno School lovy and a do
crease of .62 on county and 2 mills
decrcaso on Lohl City lovy.
H Leli I City, with hor lovy of 22 mills,
H holds tho top position for a high lovy,
H Salem coming next with 21 and
H Goshen third with 20 mills. Othor
H cities of Lehl's siza has a lovy of
H from 12 to 15 mills. Tho Alplno
H School district also has tho highest
H loy In this vicinity. Nobo Is 8.3 and
I'rovo City schools 10 mills, as against
Atplno District of 12.C mills.
I Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I Abe L. Goates Buried Here
Wt Funeral services for Elma Juno,
TPfour-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I Abo L, Goatos, was conducted in tho
I Lehl First Ward Monday attornoon.
Death occurred Saturday at their
I homo in Sprlngvlllo.
H Dlshop It. J, Whipple conducted.
Tho speakers-wero George A. Goates,
lllshop J. F. Drlnghurst of Spring
vllle, J, II. Gardner, Herman Goatos
I and Elijah Lnrkln. Music for- tho
I services consisted of a duot by
I Margaret Klrkham and Horaco Wort
I ington, "Sorao TJmo Wo'U Under
I stand," A solo by Mrs. Abraham An
Aderson, "Your Sweet Llttlo Roso Dud
Vilas Left You," a duot by Mrs. Stan
3T ley Taylor and Mrs. Sholdon Gray,
I "Wo Do Not Understand Yot" and a
I solo by Mrs. T. P. Klrkham, "O, My
Invocation was offored by Josoph
I Klrkham and benediction by A. W.
I Harmor of Sprlngvlllo. Intorment
I was In tho Lohl- comotory with Leo
I V. Goatos dedicating tho grave
I Very Successful Meeting
What was doclared by many as be
ing ono of tho most orderly and woll
conducted ovonlng meetings in
months was that hold Sunday under
tho direction of tho Genealogy Socloty.
A very largo crowd was presont and
all onjoyod tho program and talks.
Mr. Gates and Mrs. Nolllo P.
Taylor, of Salt Lako, each gavo in
teresting addressos on gonoology and
Its great auccoss. Tho program was
also woll carried out.
Ford Roberts Called
Ford ItobortB, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Itoborts, ha3 Just roiolved a call
for a mission to Honolub. Ho -will
leave tho United States October 31st.
This mission Is usually from two and
a half to thrco years.
Tuosday ovonlng Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Clawson, Mr. and Mrs. Ilobort Miller
nnd Mr. and Mrs. Vornon Andorson,
all of Salt Lako, motored to Lohl and
surprised Mr. Roborts. A very en
joyable social evening was had dur
ing which an olaborate fried oyster
suppur was sorved.
Work For Prisoners
Is Urged By Speaker
I'rovo, Sopt. 26. Charles Drandon
Booth, president of tho Prison Dovol
opmont Icaguo, last evening gavo an
address at tho Community church.
Mr. Dooth urged that facllltlos for
constructive work bo established at
all prisons. Commending on condi
tions at tho Utah penitentiary, ho
said, that when a man is sentenced
thero ho Is sentencod to absoluto
He explained that It Is tho aim of
tho Prison Development Icaguo to
have factories and shops whoro tho
men may bo employed.. Certain wages
should bo paid tho prisoners, ho Bald,
from which should bo deducted his
support in tho prison. Tho prisoner
should also pay back, a cortaln portion
of his wages to tho person ho had vic
timized or wronged, and, if married,
ho should bo made to support, his
wifo and family.
In this way tho criminals would
loam that, it lsagalM)tr-lawKnd God
to got something (or nothing," said
Mr. Dooth. "They would learn their
responsibilities as citizens and would
bo bottor proparod to go on living a
regular Hfo whop they stoppod from
tho prison door."
Utah 'County Day
At The State Fair
Thursday, October Gth will bo Utah
County Day at tho Stato Fair. Tho
Fair Association Is offering a day to
each of tho large counties and a silver
loving cup to tho county which has
tho largest attendanco from tho coun
ty on Its particular day.
On Utah County Day Provo band,
a four pieco string orchestra, a gents'
quartotto and a ladlos' quartotto all
from Utah county will supply tho pro
gram pn Our Day.
Tho State Fair will bo unusually
good this year. Utah county's exhibit
now bolng proparod will bo In com
petition for tho groat silver cup which
was won 'in 1917 by. Box Elder coun
ty, In 1018 by Utah county, In 1019
by Dox Elder county and In 1920 nnd
1921 by Salt Lako county. Needless
to Bay our county oxpoctB to win It
this year. Every Utah county citizen
should mako a special effort to bo
I Self-Filling Fountain Pens I
I from One Dollar Up I
I WE HAVE A FEW FINE PENS TO I
I OFFER AT A REAL BARGAIN PRICE. I
I SEE OUR WINDOW. I
!w We also make you u special offer for H
' ton days only. We will allow you 75 cents
V for your old pen on a new Waterman Ideal
W or Coiiklin Self-filling Guaranteed Fountain
,yMf We Sell the Best Fountain Pons Made. I
'1 E. N. WEBB I
' Jeweler and Optometrist
At The Gift Shop.
MAIN STREET LEHI
FORMER LEHI MEN
Ira Taylor, formorly of Lehl and of
lato a resident of Spanish Fork and
nn employee of tho Utah-Idaho Sugar
Company for years, has accepted. a
position with tho SprlngvllIo-Maplo-ton
Sugar Company. Ho will bo
assistant superintendent at tho latter
factory. Tho chango was mado last
Ray Goatos, an employee of tho
Utah-Idaho Sugar Company for years
nnd rocontly located at Payson, has
accepted a posllon as general foro
man at tho Gunnison Valley sugar
factory. Ho was In Lohl ovor Sun
day visiting his family and othor rela
tives. Thoy will movo to Gunnison
about tho middle of Octobor.
Former Lehi Woman
Becoming Famous as
Mrs. Mablo Goates Stout, formerly
of Lehl, for tho second timo In two
years designed a float that captured
first plnco in tho big Poach Day
parade at Drlgham City, Tho prize
went to tho Consolidated Wagon &
Machlno Company but tho honor of
designing tho float both years was
Mrs. Stout's, slnco alio outlined and
carried out tho design of tho float.
Mrs. Emma Briggs Visits
Mrs. Emma Drlggs, with a party
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Taylor, Mrs. John Potorson'and Mllos
Taylor visited tho Timpanogos Cavo
Thursday. Mrs. Briggs mado the trip
both ways In good stylo and enjoyod
tho cave Immensely which Is qulto a
feat considering her ago. It Is bo
lloved she is tlio- oldest Lehl lady Co,
mako tho trip.
O. A. Slade Home From
Business Trip East
O. A. Slado, Inventor of tho dir
igible headlight for automobiles, re
turned homo tho first of last week
from a six wooks visit to autoxnobllo
factories In tho oastorn states. The
entiro trip of about 6,000 mllos was
mado by auto.
In crossing tho country Wyoming,
Nobraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana,
and Michigan wero crossed. In ad
dition to those states Ohio was visit
ed on the return trip.
While tho trip was not just as suc
cessful as Mr. Slado would have liked
It to bo he reports that engineers of
twenty of tho twonty-slx factories
visited, stated that tho patent was
tho bost they had seen of Us kind.
Thoy howovor docllno to mako it
Btandard oqulpmont at this time.
Roads wore In good shapo over
most of tho distance ho found. Tho
most unoxpectod phase of tho trip
was tho high prices in tho East. Mr.
Slade says, "With the oxceptlon of
gasolino and oil almost everything is
still at war prices."
Party In Honor of Retir
ing M. I. A. Officers
The retiring Stako M. I. A. Ofllcors,
Efllo Warnlck, president, Anna Stod
dart, first counsolor, and Carl Hunter,
stako aid, will bo tho honored guosts
at a stako dancing party in tho Tabor
naclo at American Fork Friday ovon
lng. All M. I. A. ofllcors of tho stako
aro invited and thoro 1b no doubt but
that tho affair will bo one of tho roal
fall social ovents.
Cortalnly, In our llttlo sphere, It Is
not the most actlvo peoplo to whom
we owe tho most. ... It Is tho
lives llko tho Btars, which simply pour
down on us tho calm light of their
bright and faithful being, up to which
we look, and out of which wo gathor
tho deepest calm and courage.
Better In the Trenches.
Walter "Tho two shlllln' table
d'hoto, BlrT Tako my advlco, and
don't you touch it. I've stood tho food
'ero for closo on twenty years, but It's
got mo beat at last and I'm reslgnln',
sir. Borrln' tho disadvantages of 'av
in' no experienced waltln', you'd 'avo
I a 'ealthlor meal In tho trenches any
day of the week, sir." Passing Show.
$10,080 PAID BY
Checks amounting to fl0,G00 wero
mailed to depositors of tho Poople's
Bank of Lhl on Monday. This was
n ton percont payment nnd is tho
third mado slnco tho closing of the
Institution In May, 1921. Dopoaltors
havo now rccolvotj flfty-flvo percent of
Harry Stoker Y. M. M.
I. A. President
Harry Stokor has boon chosen to
tho position of Prosldont of tho
Socond Ward Y. M. M. I. A. to Buccood
Rhodnoy Allred who.reslgnod on ac
count of touching school out of town.
Improvements In Store
"Some vory markod Improvements
havo just bocn comploted in tho Wat
son Mercantile storo, Tho re-arrango-mont
of the ontlro layout of tho floor
plan has boon offocted along with the
addition of many now display caBos,
all mado necessary through tho ad
dition of a now storo room. Tho
stoady Incroaso In buslnoss nnd tho
doslro to better sorvo tho patrons aro
given as tho reason for tho enlarge
ment of tho business quarters by J.
B. Watson, manngor.
For tho information of thoso who
havo not already notlcod tho changes
that havo been underway for the past
two weeks the Watson Mercantile has
secured tho store room to tho east,
formorly occupied by tho Lehl Hard
ware. It has boon connocted with
tho other room by opening a large
archway. Tho now space Is used for
Wen's, and boys goods while the
tyaa quarters displays ladles and
misses as lIctf)B'kdfcei?8r!tl drygeods
' It is Indeed gratifying, net' only to
Mr. and Mrs. Watson, but to tho en
tiro town to soo business increasing
and our business houses enlarge. It
all adds to tho growth and advance
ment of our city.
UTAH COUNTY DEMOCRATIC I
CONVENTION NAME TICKET I
At the Utah county Democratic
convention at tho Prlncoss thoatro
hold at Provo Wodnosdayj Mrs.
Ienz Knight Alton of Provo and
F. G. Twoedo woro nomlnatod
for tho stato senate Mrs. Alton
was placed on tho tlckot by accla
mation, and Mr. Tweodo dofoated
former Sonator Edward Southwlck by
a voto of 213V4 to 1GG on tho first
ballot. Lawronco N. Atwood of Ploas
ant Grovo, N. A. Potorson of Provo,
Orson Prcstwltch of Provo Bench and
II. W. Goro of Genoa woro soloqtod
by acclamation for tho lowor house
aftor William II. Boylo had with
drawn. On tho county tlckot A. O. Smoot of
Provo wob chosen for four-yoar com
mlsBtonor', Ralph G. Morgan, Spanish
Fork, two-year commissioner; Martin
Larson, Provo, attornoy; Earl S.
Greonwood, Amorlcan Fork, clork;
John Guy, Provo, auditor; John S.
Evans, Lohl, sheriff; Gonovlovo Rich
ardson, Benjamin, rocordor; Jamos A.
Lovoloss, Provo, troaBuror; Loo Boy
or, Sprlngvlllo, assessor, and Reed
Georgo Gronoman, Thomas C.
Thomson, L. T. Epperson and A, O.
Smoot, all of Provo, wero prosontod
for the position of four-yoar-term
county commissioner. Tho result of
tho voto was 180 for Mr. Smoot, 127
for Mr. Gronomnu, 30 for Mr. Thom
son and 29V6 for Mr. Epperson. Mn
Morgan, two-yoar-torra county com
missioner, received 231 votes, whllo
Jamos M. Creer of Spanish Fork re
ceived 67, and Josoph Reoco, incum
bent, of Payson 76. Mr. Greonwood
received tho nomination of county
clork by acclamation after Will Nel
son had withdrawn.
In the raee for eevnty sheriff, were
entered-th'Mne-ei-Jeha S. Kvanfl,
Joeeffe Gourley, Will! Burgess,
Edwin Van WagoaeiT and George II.
Naylor of Provo. Mr. Evans rocolvod
101 votes, Mr. Gourloy 43, Mr. Burgess
2(5, Mr. Van Wagonon 81 and Mr.
Mr. Loveless aud Ida A. Hulsh of Jjjl
Payspn woro tho nominees for tho ''jjffl
omco of county treasurer. Mr. Lots- 4Wi
loss rocolvod 286 votes and Mrs. Hulsh 'Mt
84. Reed Gorman and Edward Part jh
rldgo of I'rovo entered the race for ill
county survoyor. Mr. Gorman rocolred - ,W
305 votoa nnd Mr, Partridge 25. . Jff
Tho dologatoa assembled ooofl after 'If
10 o'clock, and tho convention was ' 9
called to ordor by Mr. Robinson, who iym
called on Ablo John Evans to offer JK
tho invocation. J
Tho subjoct ot taxation and the . H
failure of tho Republican party to ful- JB
fill He plodgos to tho pooplo, was the jH
thorao ot tho koynoto address or J. " K
William Robinson, temporary chair- '-
man. v flU
Following Mr. Robinson's address H
tho cotqmlttecs woro appointed and H!
tho noon recoss was takes.
At tho afternoon sosslon ot the ' ;U
convention Chrlston Jonson and 'm
Judge A. B. -Morgan spoke briefly ' wl
ponding a roport from tho platform Sf
nnd resolutions coinmittoo. Seymour IH
Prows thon sang "My Old Wasatch ''mil
Homo." ; H
M. I. A. Conjoint Meeting Ml
Tho Bccond Ward M. I. A. will hold
it conjoint meeting Sunday evening,
Octobor list, commencing at 8 o'clock.
Tho following ' program will be
Piano Solo Blancho Webb, fi
Ton Minuto Address Frank Devey. 1
Mnlo Quartet Bernard Webb, I
Josoph Glover, LeRoy Davla, Darrow I
Reading MIm Ariee Goodwin.
Piano Duet Joepfe Smith 'a&d Ger- $ '
trudo Fox. t . '
ii ;-. t i
Spirit of MlMhlef.
Tou sheuM never be erow." 1
can't help It sometimes," replied the
mall boy, "l')lke to start an argu
ment between father and mother as to I
which of thorn I tako aftor." I
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fTfc EDPEEN Garments display' K M
x- that restrained elegance of - 'Vm
good taste, and the enduring Beauty t ;,J Ul
of fine tailoring. You have tne ' fl
feeling of being well dressed and s&?' 9
the security of continued good v ? . H
wear. A5- "" (H
All the latest fashion ideas are em- IH
bodied in Redfern Garments and- fl
Quality is guaranteed by the mak- I
O high expect the best "aBfliJMilnB I ffV'
( looking hat this foil that JfEB? Iflf ,
. you had in nil your life & m$)
the biggest value in tfvsm &
real quality. Then come f&fftfflp fpfe.1
to our store and see the jmMto. S3S'
new Star hats for fall and &&& mg
you'll find them up to ri, tv , lift
expectations. OtcT OatS H
People's Co-op. Inst. B
The Buoy Store on State Street H
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