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Mm. VIII. LEgl, UTAH, TBTJRB DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1022 ; No. 11 Jif
tLM FILED AGAINST
I LEHI CITY FOR $800.00
REGULAR DU3INE88 DI8P08ED OF
I a claim for S0O filed against Lohl
Hntv for daraago dono by a flro abovo
a nlno said to bavo been started by
Soyoofl of Lohl was nicd hy Mr.
nd Mrs. Joseph B. Moyle last wook.
The claim and a letter from tho attor
nor of Mr. and Mrs. Moylo wore read
t tho regular City Council meoting
B Tuesday evening. ....
Tho claim aa presented states In
"Affiant further says that on or
about Beptombor 6, 1922, said Lehl
Bcitr by Us agents and servants, on
fltered upon said land above described
B (or tho purpose, as affiant is informed
Hand bcllovcs and alleges the fact to
fl be, of caring for said plpo lino or for
B other purposes connected 'with tbo
B water supply of said city, and In so
doing on said dato said city, by its
Huld agents and servants, carelessly,
wilfully and negligently caused tho
trees, vegetation and fences upon
about 30 acres of said tract to be
fl burned, thereby causing damago to
said premises and property to tho
owners thorcof; that by said negllg-
ence of tho said Lehl City, Us agents
and servants, the grass upon about
30 acres of said tract -was entirely
turned and the roots killed, and
fl large groves of maple trees, oak
fl trees, birch trees and quaking asp
B trecs woro burned, killed and do
B stroyed, and other bushes, growths
and vegetation and fences entirely
fl burned upon said tract to tfho damago
H of said Joseph B. Moylo and affiant In
I the sum of $400.00; and that tho trees
growing upon said premises and so
burned, were of tho value of at least
B 1200.00, and tho owners thereof aro
I entitled to have said damago to Bald
I trees trebeled, thereby making tho
damage for said trees In tho amount
Mot $600.00, which, together with tho
jmoO.OO damage to tho remaining
'm vegetation and fonces, makos a total
M damago of $800.00, for which amount
H a claim is mado against said Lohi
The Council appointed a committee
consisting of tho Mayor, Attorney,
H Water Suporvlsorand Commltteo on
Claims to Investigate tho damago dono
by said fire and securo othor Infor
H matlon on tho mattor.
A regular chock of flro hydrants by
firemen to see that they wero in pro
H per condition was suggestod by Coun
cllman Whipple Tho mattor was re
I ferred to tho Commltteo on Flro with
I power to act.
jL DIUs for September amounting to
JJ1.061.39 woro checked and allowed.
g Services For Mrs.
I Elizabeth Cox
Funeral sorvlces for Mrs. Elizabeth
O. Cox, who died Tuesday, October
3, woro conducted at tho rosldenco
Friday afternoon. Bishop R. J.
Whipple presided. A quartet consist-
Ing of Mrs. Abraham Andorson, Mrs.
Stanley Taylor, Joseph Klrkham and
Isaac Fox, sang,"Como, Como, Yo
Saints," "My Father Knows" and
B "Homo Sweot Homo." A violin solo,
B "0 My Fathor" -was rondorod by Mrs.
j L. Tamminon. Tho speakers woro:
B Georgo Klrkham, Bishop Henry Lowls
and Georgo Austin. All had pralso for
J the faithful work tho deceased had
accomplished during her llfo hero. In
J vocation was offered by Hyrum Kirk-
ham and benediction by Joseph
B Interment was In tho Lohl cemetery
whoro Virgil Petorson dedicated tho
Mrs. W. B. Davis entertained tho
J Eighth Grado Rellgon Class at her
homo last Thursday evening. About
J twenty mombors wero present.
MRS. DAVID A. LOSSEE
Mrs. Polly Ann Zimmerman Losseo,
wlfo of David A. Lossoo, was suddonly
called by doath Friday morning. Sho i
wns about tho houso when Mr. Losseo
went out to milk but when ho returned
sho was lying on tho floor near tho
kitchen stove. Medical aid was sum- ,
moned but death occurred In less ;
than half an hour. Apoloxy was pro- '
nounccd as the cauBe.
Funoral services woro conducted at
tho First Ward meeting house Mon- '
day afternoon with Counsolor M. S.
Lott officiating. Tho Fifth Ward (
chorus furnished selections; "Through
Deepening Trials," "Sometime We'll
Understand" and "Rest, Rest on tho ,
Hill Side." Mrs. M. S. Lott sang
"Beautiful Islo of Somowhore." and ;
Isaac Fox, "O, My Fathor." Tho
speakers wero.- Bishop Andrew FJcld, i
Mrs. William Wing, John Bushman,
President A. J. Evans and President i
S. L. Chlpman. Dr. W. L. Worlton (
read tho biographical sketch. Ell j
Kendall oponed tho sorvlces with
prayer and Bishop It. J. Whipple offer- t
ed the benediction. The grave at tho ,
Lehl cemotery was dedicatod by t
Joseph Klrkham. j
Biographical Sketch. J
Mrs. Polly Ann Zimmerman Loseo i
was born October 30, 18G0, in Lohl I
3lty, Utah. Sho was baptized into
tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints, Soptomber 5, 1870, and
among her numerous activities in tho ,
church as a young lady she served as
counselor in tho Y. L. M. I. A. for two I
Sho married David A. Losoe Sop- J
tomber 23, 1880, and threo girls and !
a boy woro born to them, tho boy
died elevon months after birth. '
Mrs. Loseo commenced her primary I
activities as an aid in 1894 and was :
selected first counsolor to Mrs. Flor- I
onco Child April. 1,1901. Sho was I
choson-prSsIdent "of the prima'ry as- '
sociatlon of tho First District, March l
9, 19t)3, and was sustained in that !
position in tho First Ward, aftor tho I
old wand was divided, until Juno 4, l
1911, when sho resigned on account ,
of ill health. Sho also served as Ilo- J
Hot 'Socoty Teacher for many years. r
After serving for eight years as Sun- "
day School teacher sho was compelled fi
to resign this position on account of
111 health. B
Sho surmounted all of the diffilultlos G
and hardships of a loyal mother with ?
threo young daughters in supporting
thorn and assisting hor husband whllo "
ho served hts church as a missionary f
In tho Northern States Mission from '
1900 to 1902. T
Besides hor husband and threo
daughters sho Is survived by fifteen
Taylorsville Youth Fined $65
Judge James Brown fined Thomas
Davis of Taylorvlllo $C5 Monday
whon tho latter pleaded guilty to tho
charge of having liquor in his posses
sion. In tho hearing It was brought
out that tho dofondent had takon a
young girl out of tho dnuco with him
and was 'going to ask her to tako a
drink. This fact accounts for tho in
crease in tho usual flno. Tho arrost
was mado Saturday night at tho
In pronouncing sontonco tho Judgo
gave notlco thnt In any futuro cases
whoro offenders aro found to bo on
tiqing young girls to drink tho limit '
penalty will bo given.
IE Self-Filling Fountain Pens I
I from One Dollar Up I
I WE HAVE A FEW FINE PENS TO I
1 OFFER AT A REAL BARGAIN PRICE. I
1 I SEE OUR WINDOW. 1
B I We also make you a special offer for H
H ten days only. We will allow you 75 cents B
B for your old pen on a new Waterman Ideal fl
fl or Conklin Self-filling Guaranteed Fountain fl
H Pen. fl
I We Sell the Best Fountain Pons Made. I
I E. N. WEBB I
Jeweler and Optometrist
fl At The Gift Shop. fl
I MAIN STREET LEHI
ANSWERS DEATH'S CALL
MORGAN T. WOODHOU8E PASSED
AWAY MONDAY FOLLOWING
Morgan Thomas Woodhouso passed
away Monday evening at 7 o'clock at
tho family homo In tho First Ward.
Ho has been a BUfferer from heart
troublo for two years and recently
had been In a critical condition sovcr
nl times. Tho end came aftor two
months of sevoro suffering.
Funeral services were held at the
First Ward mooting houso Wednes
day at 2 p. m. Tho services were
presided over by Bishop Whipple.
The speakers were: M. B. BuBha,
Qcorgo A. Smith, A. J. Evans, Mark
Austin and It. John Whipple. Singing
was rendered by tho choir and solos
by Joseph Klrkham, Everett Ander
son and Arno Klrkham.
Morgan T. Woodhouso was the sob
of John Woodhouso and Emma S.
ThomaB, Born at Lehl, Utah, March
31, 1865, being 67 years, 6 months old.
When about uno year ot age he
went with his paronta to live at
Cedar City, Iron County. They later '
moved to Beaver City, returning
to Lehl when ho was nine year old.
He shared tho meager educational op
portunities ot thoso pioneer times.
When nineteen years ot ago be
married Matilda Howes. From this
union thoro was born sovon children,
four of whom aro still living. Mrs.
Gertrude Roborts, Mrs. Jonnlo Child,
Morgan II. Woodhouso and Mrs. ;
Emma Hemphill. The throe children :
having, preceded him wero: Mrs.
Estella Cutlor, LaQrando Woodhouso
and Randolph Woodhouso.
Becauso of his succoss as a farmer
ho was sont to Ohio as a field super
intendent for a largo sugar company.'
Returning from Ohio ho wont to
Idaho whero tho sugar Industry was
established, bolng field superintendent
for several years thoro. Aftor the ,
doath ot his wlfo Matilda ho later ;
married Nellie Prestwlch, August 20,
1904, at Blacktoot, Idaho, Hying at
Idaho Falls. In 1916 they movod to
Murtaugh, then back to Lehl; but re
turned to Oakloy.JahoFfpoi the t
second marriago thoro aro nine chlld: ,
ren, six girls, and throo boys, Ervln, ,
Eva, Theatra, Julia, Roberta, Orleno, i
Ruland, Florenco and Wendal.. i
Morgan Woodhouso waB considered
by all who know him as a straight
forward honost good cltlzon. Ho was
an affectionate fathor, patlont and :
Ho was an Eldor in tho church and
Bupportod It in mnny ways bavo as
sisted In sending his daughter Emma
and son-in-laws Joromo Child and j
Josoph Cutlor on missions. Ho took
an actlvo part In farming llfo not
alono In boot growing but with throsh
ing machino companies and in othor
Lehi High Gridders
To Play Payson Friday
Lehi fans will got to soo their first
football gamo this season Friday when
Wests' warriors will tacklo tho fast
Payson team on tho local campus.
Although being beaten last Friday tho
boys aro dotermlnod to win tho threo
loaguo games loft, two ot which will
JU8T IN BY EXPRE88
Tho very thing you havo been looking
In FIvo Shades Tan, Gray, Fawn,
Pope and Black.
Eight Different Styles.
Do not put off gottlng ono. Thoy will
not last long.
Special Sale Prices $1.98, $2.98 & $3.98
Get your new hat whllo tho sun
Somothlng more now Just iu. Slip
Ovor Knit Blousos In all tho now
colors. On Special Salo at $2.98 and
Somo more now Percales nnd
Ginghams Just In, 18c to 28c.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO STOP AND
Many a dime will bo saved and also
get tho latest In now drosa up duds.
Wo are agonts for all tho church
bo played In Lehl. Thoro Is still a
chanco to tlo for tho county nnd with
tho right kind of support nnd tho
brand of ball tho team showed flashes
of nt Springvllle thoy should come
out on top.
The Probable Lineup For Friday's
Turner ro.... Pulzer
Goodwin rt .. Clayson
W. Goatos rg L. Simmons
8outhwick ....... ..c........ ....... Carter
L, Goatos lg.. Hanson
Hardman It. P. Simmons
Hacket . . ,lo ........AndreaBon
Srauin . qb Taylor
Peterson lh . Woods
Roborts rh. Coombs
nuuKiouii M..IU............ OIU1U1
On his tour of Utah County Sonator
Rood Smoot will stop In Lohl at about
3:30 p. m. today (Thursday).
Tho local Republican commltteo
and citizens aro planning a wolcome
for Utah's ronowncd representative.
It Is outlined to sond a delegation to
the out skirls of town to moot tho
party and then escort thom through
tho town nnd accompany thom on to
Provo whoro a big moetlng will bo
held In tho evening.
, Tho delegation will ontor tho town
from tho northwest by wuy of tho
State road, turn south at tho Arcado,
east on Main Street, north on First
East back to tho State road.
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Registration Very Light
."Voters of Lehi showed Uttlo inter
est yesterday and Tuesday whon
registration offices woro open. Barely
twenty-flvo registered all Tuosday In
tho entlro town nnd yostorday only a
fow more than this numbor took tho
troublo to got tholr names on tho
lists, Two more days are loft for
registering boforo election, October
17th and 31st.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hadfleld and
Mrs. James Gough, Sr., woro Salt
Lnko visitors Sunday.
LUSES THUMB AND EYE 1
WHEN GUN-DISCHARGES I
Archlo Bushmnn, 1C, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thoodoro Bushman ot this city,
Is at tho hospital with his thumb and
most ot tho front ot tho hand nnd
wrist shot nway, tho sight of ono oyo
gono and several shot burlod In his
face. Tho Injuries are tho result of
tho accldontal dlschargo ot a shot
gun threo tulles this sldo ot Faust Inst
Wednesday about noon. It was fear
ed ho would loso tho entire hand for
the first fow days but improvement
has boon so rapid that now It Is ox
pocted that it will ho saved.
The young follow, with a companion,
was riding with Jamos H. Gray, on
tho sugar company truck, which was
loaded with material for a weighing
station. Tho boys hnd JuBt stopped
onto tho running board after shooting
rabbits .and woro supposed to havo
unloadod tholr guns. Thoy had gono
only a short dlstanco when a Jar dis
charged tho gun tho Bushman lad was
holding. Tho chargo tore part ot his
hand away nnd proceeded up through
tho truck cab, barely missing Mr.
Gray. Some stray shot struck tho In
jured lad in tho faco, ono coursing
through tho oyo ball.
The Injured hand and arm woro
tlod up tho best it could bo with
napkins and hankerchlofs and tho
party hurried Into Faust 3 miles away
whero they expocted to socuro aid.
On arriving thoro thoy found only a
fow men at work and no chanco ot
securing medical aid. Tho long
Journoy back was then started In tho
big lumborlng. truck.
Thoy reached Falrflold late In tho
aftornoon whoro a fastor car was se
cured and tho Injured boy rushed to
Hero tho Doctor stated that a very
export Job bad boon mado in tying
tho arm abovo tho Injury which was
entlroly responsible for tho saving of
blood and tho boy's llfo,
In Bpoaklng ot tho trip Mr. Gray
said It Beeraod ngos across Rush and
Ccdnr Valloy, Tho ono lad kept
fainting nnd it was fourod tho lnjurod
boy would dlo boforo thoy could got
THIRD WARD BAZAR
Tho Third Ward Rollot Society
Ladles aro very husy working up their
fall bazar which Is to bo stagod Mon
dny, Octobor 16th In tholr mooting
houso. At 2 p. m. tho chlldron of tho
wnrd will bo ontortalnod with amuse
ments. A froo program and othor
ontertalnmont will bo enjoyod by all
In tho evening. Ico cream, drinks, ffl
candles, etc., will bo on sale. JHJT
FIR8T WARD M. I. A. 80CIAL M
What Is said will bo ono ot tho big- j;Cfl ;5
gest socials In years Is bolng arrnng- LlHj
od for at tho Lohl First Ward for ' 'uflr
next Tuosday ovonlng. It will bo in i pffl
tho naturo ot a Hallowe'en dancing 'fWtl'
party. Several llvo committees aro ' IB;
nt work and aro preparing olaborato jflf
decorations nnd tasty rofroshmonts fll
for tho occasion. Somo good'muslo Hj
has already boon engaged. This social l (
will bo tho opening of tbo M. I. A. '
in this ward. yM i
PRIMARY BAZAR ''
Tho Fourth Ward yoarly Primary ?IL.
Bazar is taking oa form. It is plan l3k,
nod to make It tho biggest llko ovont !'B(rM
yot held in tho ward. Tho date set IfBiJS.
la Novombor 15th. HEM
BAZAR FOURTH WARD HAS
WhatT Fourth Ward Bazar. '''u
Where? At tho Fourth Ward hWCll
Chapol. ' fl '
When? Octobor 18th, aftornoon and fl', I
The Bazar opon at 2 p. rn, with Mr
candy and rofroshmonts for 6alo, A t'flfj
display ot farm produce and fruits,, i'B
Also' a full lino ot quilts, sowing and 'Wl i
fancy work for salo. AT 1
Tho main featuro of tho evening B f
will bo a spicy program. Admission ' S I
Co and lCc. Bla
o fll 1
Thursday ovonlng tho Y. M. and Y. B'll
L. M, I. A. offlcors and teachers met HI
at the homo of Mrs. L. A. Russon. fl J
Tho work for tho coming season was flfta
planned, after which gamos and ro- flia
treshmonts woro enjoyod by all. Kl
SEMINARY BUILDING Kl
FOUNDATION IN BS
Tho comont foundation of tho Lehl H'lx
Seminary was complotod this week fl'li
and in a few days brick laying will fliXi
commonco. Tho work is bolng ruBh- B'fj
ed as fast as posslblo so that com- Btll
plotlon can bo mado by tho first ot tho Bi
Tho Second Ward Y.M. I. A. Con- flU!
fottl ball Tuesday evening was a big 'flfll
succoss. A blg crowd was present flip
and all enjoyed themselves. flfli
Service Star Meeting Today Ijj'J
O WP I'l
Tho Octobor mooting of tho Lehl ' K i'l
Sorvlco Star Loglon will bo hold this lb 11
aftornoon commencing at 2:30 p. m. H i'l
at tho Momorlal Building. Offlcors ro- 1 yM
quest a big attondanco. V fl
overcoats are garments i jfl
bigness, new 8tyle-fea- jfl
CopyriBht. ia showing Oregon City If H
OrfKon city Woolen MUta virgin wool mackinaws for men nnd f I H
boy 8. May we show them to you? i I H
Jf00gmM. People's Co-op. Inst. Jfl
The Busy Store on State Street &fg ' ma
LEHI T$SH M
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