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fl VOL. VIII LEHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922 No. 12
f SENATOR SMOOT GIVEN BIG
I RECEPTION HERE AND AT PROVO
ilH MAKES SHORT ADDRE83 ON
M W MAIN STREET
H Senator Roed Smooth was given ono
of the biggest receptions over tender-
ed a United States Senator within tho
H gtato Thursday when ho visited towns
H In Utah County from Lohl to Trovo.
Euthusastlc supporters and admirers
H of tho Senior Senator, from Lehl,
American Fork, Pleasant Grovo and
B Frovo, met him wost of Lchl In auto-
mobiles and escorted him Into our
city and then accompanied him down
through the County to his formr
home, Provo, wkcro a rousing wol-
como and rally was hold In tho ovon-
Inf. Some Beventy-flvo automobiles
I were in tho procession when It reach
I ed Provo. About fifty cars mot him
I The party came Into Lehl and as-
I semblod on Matn Street -whore a flf-
leci: alnute talk was delivered by tho
honored Senator. Ho oxpressed his
mtltudo at tho -wonderful recoptlon
and then launched Into a short talk
on the Tariff question and other
paramount lssuos In tho presont cam
It palgn. Tho big crowd who heard htm
B were woll pleased with his romarfcs,
B Following his talk tho procession
B proceeded north on First East Street
B to the Stato road and to American
B Fork, Pleasant Grovo and then t6
B Provo. Short talks wore mado at tho
B towns on tho way. Tho wolcomo and
B rally In tho evening was held In tho
B Columbia theatro which -was packod
B full with people from ovory part of
the county. '
fl Salt Lake Contractors
I Are Low Bidders Por
fl Joint Building Finish
, -M- Provo, Oct. 14 Rudlno and Chy-
m traus, Salt Lako contractors, wore tho
B lowest bidders on two out of throo
B different types' of finish for tho com-
B Potion of tho now city and county
H Tho bids woro opened last Friday
B afternoon at a joint meeting of tho
B city and county commissions. Thoso
B present woro J. T. Gardnor, Joseph
-i B Reeso nn(1 Charles H. Wright of tho
ft fl county commission, Mayor O. K. Han-
B, B sen Charles Hopkins and Goorge T.
- fl B""nB3 f tho city commission, City
H Engineer Frank Doming and Architect
H Joseph Nelson.
H Dlds had 'been asked for on thrco
L different types of finish. According
-Ato tho original plans and specifications
jWmarblo should bo usod extensively In
W tho corridors and approaches of tho
building. Tho bids for this typo -woro
Rudlno & Chytraus, $190,82G; C. A.
Talboo of Provo, $203,200; Chordran
Construction company of Salt Lako
Lets marblo and a pioro modest
finish Is called for In "tho first alter
H nate" for which typo tho bids wero as
follows: Rudlno & Chytraus, $189,456;
C. A. Talboo of Provo, $190,288;
Chordran Construction company, $200,-
H "Tho second altornato" eliminates
tho marblo from tho third floor, substl-
tuting Keeno comont work for the
B marble thore and also in othor parts
M of tho building. Tho bids woro: C. A.
M Tolboo, $163,300; Rudlno & Chytraus,
H $175,811; Chordron Construction com
H Pany, $183,000.
H The city and county commissions
j Monday awardod tho bid for tho com-
H Pletlon of tho county courthouso to
M Rudlno & Chytraus, tho Salt Lako City
M contratcors who havo built tho found-
H atlon and tho supor-structuro of tho
H Tho Bid accoptod by tho commls-
H slons was that according to tho
j original plans and spoclflcatlons,
B Rudlno & Chytraus being tho lowest
m bidders with $199,826.
Sovoral changos In tho original
spoclflcatlons may bo mado by tho
commissions which will rcduco tho
I bid about $43,084, making tho cost of
completing tho building about $156,741.
Twelvo bids wero oponed for the
plumbing contracts, all of which wero
rejected toy tho commissions.
Moyle Property Visited
By City Committee
Mayor Broadbcnt, City Attorney and
tho Committee on Claims visited tho
Moylo property abovo Alplno Tuesday
to chock up on tho damago said to
havo bcon dono by a flro for which
Lchl City is held responslblo in a
claim for $800. A close check of tho
area burned, the damago dono and
other details connected with tho
caso was mado by tho commlttoo.
Mayor Broadbcnt has called a
special mooting for next Wednesday
evening when tho commlttco will
mako a report.
Union Pacific Railway
Will Spend $5,000,000
On another pago of this issuo will
bo found an interesting article on the
Union Pacific railroad construction
program which will lnvolvo $5,000,000.
Tho Union Pacific Is n Utah corpor
ation and this news should bo very
Intorofltlnrr to nil Tltnhnn
Eloven citizens -wero hailed into
court on Monday at--2 p. m. and 7 p.
m. for not complying with tho ordin
ance (providing for taxes on dogs.
Two -were dismissed as they had
killed or otherwise gotten rid of their
dogs. Tho othor nlno woro fined tbreo
dollars each which amount included
tho tax for 1922. Sovoral mora cases
aro to como up later.
,Tho County Juvonllo Judge -was In
Lohl Friday hearing cases of sovoral
Juveniles who had been approhandod
for stealing 'chlckons. Slnco theso
wero first offonses tho boys -woro repri
manded and released on good behavior.
Stato' commlteemon ana county
chairmen hold an enthusiastic moot
ing at Republican stato headquartors
In tho Hotel Utah recmtly. It was
unanimously voted tho best mooting
held during tho past ten years. A
fooling of optimism and cooperation
provallod and each county chairman
declared that bis particular county
had tho best organization of any in
the state, and that a Republican
victory -would Ibo the result of tho ef
forts that aro being put forth.
Talks wero glvon by Senator Rood
Sraoot, Congressmen B. O. Leather
wood and Don B. Colton, and by
Ernest Bamberger, candldato for tho
United States Sonato. Among tho
county workers who attended woro
W. V. Call of Boxeldor, Josoph Odoll,
Cacho; Wllford Day, Iron; L. R. An
derson, Sanpeto; William Thayno,
Cacho; W. L. Creor, Utah; Josoph
Evans, Weber; A. W. Horsloy, Car
bon; Josoph FInlnnson, Millard; Mllo
Straw, Utah and Josoph Eckorsloy,
O Specials in
1 iSnl ALARM
I jf afift CLOCKS
H fAjll for one "week
K jJ&Jrlgy Seo our Windows for
H 8li& Bargains in tho Best
Alarm Clocks made.
H "R:rf "R Don't spend sleepless
m Big Ben niglltSf lca0 it to
H should be in every big ben
farmer's home Sold y
. E. N. WEBB .
B Jeweler and Optometrist
K At The Gift Shop.
H J MAIN STREET ' LEHI
BUSINESS CLUB MEETING
TO BE HELD FRIDAY
LUNCHEON AT 6:30.
Tho annual eloctlon of officers of
the Lchl Business Club will bo held
Friday evening at tho Memorial build
ing. Tho membership now numbers
forty, representing practically ovory
business in town, tho professional
men, schools and othor pursuits.
Tho club was organized last Fobru
ary for tho purposo of providing a
means of handling questions of a town
nature and to boost Lchl and hor re
sources. Tho club has functioned
slnco that tlmo and has put ovor
several matters that havo boon for tho
benoflt of tho city. It's work is Just
commencing and tho need of such an
organization Is fait moro now than
over beforo. Thero Is many things to
como up tho coming year that such
organizations can alone handle.
Every membor Is urged to attend
tho meeting Friday at 7:30 and parti
cipate In tho election and othor busi
ness that comos up. A luncheon will
bo enjoyed at C:30 at tho Momorlal
Will Have Property Sold
All apodal taxes on sldowalks in
District Number Ono In Lchl City bo
comes delinquent on -November 15,
1922. City officials aro making all
necessary preparations to hnndlo the
collection of theso taxes and offect
sales on thoso that become delinquent.
Thero Is no other way to handle
tho matter and unless citizens pay
their tax on or beforo tho lGth of this
Novembor proporty effected will bo
advertised and after duo time sold to
pay the spoclal tax. Thero are abput
two-thirds of tho names on tho books
Spoclal notices aro now being print
ed nnd will bo mailed boforo tho de
A missionary farowoll danco "will bo
given noxt Thursday, Octobor 3Cth at
tho Smuln Academy in honor of Ray
mond Kirkham. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Goorgo Kirkham, and Hobor J. Wobb,
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wobb. Tho
Second Ward Missionary Association
lias charge of tho party.
Th6 popular Carter Orchostra will
furnish tho music. Everyono Is in
vited to attend. Tho commlttco re--ports
that thoro is no admission
chargo, but that donations, to defray
expenses nnd mako up a purso, will
be accepted at tho door.
The marriage of Miss Florcnco Jen
son of Pleasant Grovo, and David
Wnlkor of this city, took placo In
Salt Lako City last Wednesday. A
wedding recoptlon was given in their
honor at Ploasant Grovo Thursday
SPECIAL SALE ON
Every hat going at a Bargain
Price the next Two Days.
Slip on Sweaters just in,
come and see them.
If it's a pair of shoes you
are wanting, just como in,
we will deem it a great favor
to at least show you our shoe
lino and give you our new
70c Yard Wide Percales on
Sale at 18c
30 patterns to pick from.
Dress Ginghams in an
endless variety. Conic see
BROADBENT & SON'S
P. S. We are agents for
all the church works.
"Wo lramc Pictures and
Cover Dress Buttons.
Payson Wins Fast
Game From Locals
Lchl football fans witnessed a fast
game hero Friday when Payson and
Lohl fought through four quarters,
thrco of which woro scoroloss. Tho
visitors succeeded In N scoring two
touchdowns and ono goal kick in tho
Woods, stellar Payson halfback,
made somo beautiful gains by for
wards and lino bucks, scoring two
touchdowns for his team. WooJs was
by far tho finest player at all times.
Smith, fullback, prevented Lohl from
scoring at two different tlmos by In
tercepting forward passes. Lohl
threatening at all tlmos during tho
spcond period but could not nut tho
Tho lineup follows:
Payson (13) Lohl (0)
Carter c Southwick
Hanson Ig . L Goates
L. SlmmonB rg .W. Goatos
Clayson . lf , Hardman
B. Simmons rt Goodwin
Tanner lo Hackott
Polver ro Turner
Coonds . r.qb.... .. Smuln
Woods rhs.. Potorson
Smith . tb Andorson
Substitutions: Knight for L. Goat
es; Whlpplo for Roborts. Tipton for
L. Simmons; B. Simmons for Smith.
Scoro by quarters:
Payson 0 13 0 0 13
Lohl 0 0 0 00
Scoring Woods, touchdowns (2).
Goal kick (1).
Farm Bureau Ladies
L To Make Hats
"jTho local Farm Bureau ladies'
'organization has made arrangements
to glvo a special class in hat making
Octobor 2Gth and 27th from 1 to 4 p.
in., at the Memorial building. Thoso
in chargo Bay tho courso 1b entirely
now and dlfforont than has boon given
boforo and they wish all mombors to
attend and to bo thoro on time.
SENATOR KING SPEAKER 1
HERE MONDAY EVENING
I - " I Jt
VERY SMALL CROWD PRESENT TO
HEAR NATIONAL REPRESENT
ATIVE. Sonator W. II. King, Utah's Demo
cratic party loador, was tho principal
speaker Monday evening at tho High
School Auditorium. Tho mooting was
tho first Domocratic rally of tho
campaign. Bosldos tho Sonator, P. C
Dunbar, candidato for national ropro
sentativo, and County Commissioner
candidates, Martin and 8moot and
Mrs. lnos Knight Allen wero presont
Sonator King,, as well as tho local
Democrats, was greatly disappointed
In tho uttendanco. Loss than nlnoty
persons wero present. Chairman A.
B. Anderson had chargo of tho moot
ing. Senator King was tho first speakor.
Ho criticised tho prosontadmlnlstratlon
for tbolr manner of handling affairs
and cspoclally condommed tho tariff
measures that havo boon onactod.
His talk would bo tormod only fair for
htm, which was posBlbly duo to tho
Bmall crowd ho was compelled to ad
dross. Mr. Dunbar centered his talk moro
on Stato questions and taxes,
Third Ward Bazar Success
Tho Lohl Third Ward Rollot Socloty
wero well ploasod wtlh tho attendance
at their bazar on Monday which proved
to bo a financial as woll as entertain
ment buccosb. Tho organization mado
$130 on tho affair. Tho big crowd
seomod to onjoy ovory part of tho en-
Fifth Ward Bazar
Tho Fifth Ward Primary will hold
a Bazar Friday, Octobor 20, attornoon
and ovcnlng, in tho Momorlal Hall.
Tho doors will open at 12 o'clock.
Lunches and refreshments -will bo
sorved at all hours and aprons, quilts,
rugs and many othor usoful articles
of all descriptions will bo thoro for
sale. Thoro will bo no charges for
Tho program In tho ovenlng will
commeneo at 8 p. m.
Children's danco at 3:30 p. m. 5c
will bo charged to all children.
Local News Items 9L
Mrs. Bomoll Batoman was able to 1
leave tho local hospital today, after lUj
being confined thoro tho past ton days. M
Mr. and Mrs. William Horron of "
Salt Lako, wero visiting Lohl relay jj
tlves and friends Monday. H
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Worltoa were, !
visitors at Salt Lako Tuesday. S
Mr. and Mrs, Gernott Allrcd of jM
Wlnnopeg, Canada, arrived hero Frl-
day for a visit with rolatlvoa and
Archie Bushman, 'who was nccldont- Hi.
ly shot two weeks ago, was removed BUl
to his homo from tho local hospital
Miss Eva Wrathall of 8alt Lake, Hp
and Miss Valato Bonnlon of Taylors- w
vlllo. fcnnnt Saturday nnd flunrinv hera M'
tho gUests of Miss Sylvia Bushman. Wt j
Mrs. T. F. Kirkham and Mrs. P. D. f
Worlton entcrtalnod a number .of .,1
frlonds at n party at tho homo of Mrs. fHlJ
Kirkham Monday attornoon. Dainty ,Kj
refreshments woro sorved. Hv
Dorothy, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. w j
Ira Russon, suffered a brokon left w i
nrm Friday whon alio fell oft a porch. iB'l
Tho fracturo was reducod at tho local !
hospital. r M
Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Rackor attend- Kj
od tho funoral of JamOB Chlpman at S(tt
Amorlcan Fork Monday, and also Vfl
visited their daughter, Mrs. L. E. By
. Chlpman. WtU
Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Curtis enter- B f.
talnod at a chlckon supper Saturday
evening. Covers woro laid for Mr.
nnd Mrs. Afton Giles, Dr. and Mrs. W. K
L. Worlton, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Mc- , H
Affoo, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hunter, Mr. ' H
and Mrs. Harold Goodwin and Mr. IB
and Mrs. Austin Gudmundsen. B I
Edward Smith of Holllday, Utah, a J
resident of Lohl for forty-nlUelyir, '""H a
was in town during tho past week ' 'HI
visiting old frlonds, acquaintances and H J
rolatlvoa. Ho is enjoying good health, Hj
Incidently ho had his namo placed oa H
tho list of Sun roadors so as to koep W
posted on tho doings In and about his '
old homo town. SI
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SE 1 OO Fine New If
lMffiy Overcoats ; ' I
Pwlllll 11 at the tip of your- , M
pliSllLOl fountain pen Ml
When you sec these coats the urgo to keep ono on i!
will come from you not from us. I II
In short here arc Coats that you wont want to jj
take any chances of waiting on and in missing if If1
you wait. in'
Every one hand picked there are no windfalls 1
they are individual styles that wo selected for 100 I
Lehi men who like the height of luxury in their ' w f
Winter apartments. H !
Priced $16.00 to $35.00. This shipment represents II J
more than usual value but wo aro not going to ' '
dwell on how good they are for the figures until II
you wrap one about your figure in front of- a II
mirror. 2H '
Michaels-Stern and Oregon Oity Woolen Mills ' M
' . , '- O'coats. , m
? Richmond Union Suits. fl
' 'f. Beau Brummel Shkts. v u
, l StarLTats. ' I
Beacon Shoes. 1
, : ' Peopled , Co-op. Inst. 3
v ' The Busy Store on State Street . m
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