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... L3HI, UTAH, THUBS DAY, OCTOBER 26 1022 ' - No. 13 -fl
I NEW SUPT. OF ALPINE
I SCHOOL DISTRICT OHOSEN
ELMER MILLER, FORMER PRIN-
CIPAL OF LEHI HIGH SCHOOL,
B THE MAN. JAMES H. WALKER
RESIGNS TO ACCEPT POSITION
WITK MCMILLAN BOOK 8UPPLY
COMPANY. CHANGE EFFEC
I TIVE NOVEMBER 1ST.
Elmer Miller, Xormor principal -of
I Uio Lohl Hlgb School, was chosen as
B iUperhitendont of tho Alplno School
I District last ovonlng ob4 ha8 accept
B d tho position. James H. Walkor,
B prosent superintendent, presented hla
B reslenatlon -u woelt ago Tuesday
B which has been ncceptod and la ef
B fectlve November lat this year.
B The final discussion on -fho wholo
B change camo last evening following
B week's studying of tho matter by
fl tho board. Tho threo principals, D.
B ft Mitchell, P. -M. Nollson and Mr.
B Oourloy of Lehl, Amorlcan Fork and
I pleasant Grove respectively, wore
I named and considered as mob for tho
I position. Tho board members, of tho
I Tarlous towns hold strictly to their
man and aftor two days, yostorday
and "Wednesday, of parleying, with
B out changing a slnglo voto, It was
I decided that they would havo to go
I out of the district for a superintend-
With this point settled they
" I wero not long In deciding on Elmer
II jniicr, now principal of Davis
B county high school. Mr, Mlllor was
TB advised of tho doclslon nnd Instantly
1 Republican -Ticket
I ' United States Senates
B- EIINEST BAMBERGER -,,
fl Houso of Representatives
I a 0. LEATHERWOOD
Justice of Supreme Court
I JAMES W. CHERRY
B C. N. JENSEN
W, ROY DIXON
Y W1LFORD W. WARNICK
I W. A. KNIGHT
I N. C. CHRISTENSEN
I GEORGE P. SHELLEY
I J. H. HOLLADAY '
Commissioner Four Years
I . CHARLES H. WRIGHT
Commissioner Two Years x
B -J- E- BOYD
fl County Clork
CHARLES E. HAWKINS
HENRY JEPPSON .
CLIFFORD L. WRIGHT
H County Attornoy
j MILAN R. STRAW
H LILLIAN ALLRED
EDWARD B. JONES
accoptod, stating that ho -would be
Mr. Mlllor Is well known' in Lehl
nnfl other parts of tho district. His
ability has already been proven hero
nnd ho will como back to a big circle
of friends made whllo principal In the
Suporlntondont Walker's resignation
camo as a surprise both to tho board
and tho general public. Ho has very
Successfully handled the affairs of the,
ofllco during tho many years he has
held tho position. His many school
and public friends wish him success
In his new position.
Injured When "Bug"
Art Beck, Joseph Hnckot and
Donald Wilcox received Injuries Wed
nesday evening -when tho Ford "Bug"
they woro In turned over twice on
tho last turn coming out of Amorlcan
Fork on tho Stato road. Beck re
ceived a cut over the eyo, an car
nearly cut off nnd a badly injured
arm. Hacket sustained-, a broken
noso nnd ml nop bruUesJk 'Wilcox
escaped with only a brulaoOiIp and
Tho young men were returning to
tholr homes here fropi thd'dnnco and
It appears wore making 'too much
tlmo" on the turns. It was Bald thoy
wero travollng 30 miles nn hour. The
car body was badly damaged, A
passing motorist brought them to the
Lohl hospital for treatment.
- . Unltod Spates Senato ,
Houso of Representatives
MILTON H. WELLING
Justice of Supremo Court
E. E. CORFMAN
Stato Superintendent .
D. C. JENSEN
F. G. TWEEDB
L. N. ATWOOD
N. A. PETERSON
H. W. GORE
Commissioner Four Years
A. O. SMOOT
Commissioner Two Years
JOHN 8. EVANS
EARL S. GREENWOOD
J. E. BOYER
JOHN W. GUY
MARTIN M. LARSON
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Q Specials in
I ffllv AT ARM
fIu w 3m CLULK.O
fl IS mtA$M or one week
H 7 n kww
H SSbJ? M$W Sce 0U1' "Windows for
H Bargains in the Best
WL Alarm Clocks made.
B Rirf Vi-n Don't sPcntl sleepless
m u ijt . nights, leave it to
K should be in every big ben
H armer'xS hoie Sold By
I E. N. WEBB
K Jeweler and Optometrist
At The Grift Shop.
H MAIN STREET LEHI
HD i i i i ,i mi '
ELECtlON THUS FAR
If tho spirit manltostod thus far fh
thb"clectlon continues to Novombor
7th, oloctlon day, tho Judges wll
have few ba t to count. Tho
people are shewing very llttlo lntorfst
In registering, rallies or tho gononil
political discussion. Sotno of tho
politicians Say It 14 tho "deadest"
campaign in ten years.
As proof of tho abovo statement ono
has only to visit tho registration
offices and ask about how registration
is going. Further, loss than 100 peoplo
wero out to hear Senator King, barely
seventy attended tho Republican,'
rally with Nephi L. Morris as speaker
and not a excessive number of Lohl
peoplo took tho trouble to go to
American Fork Tuosdny 16 boo and
hoar William Jennings Bryan, nation
Other rallies coming up will domoa
strnto whether Interest will lncroaso
Frldny Hon. E. O. Loathorwood will
discuss tho campaign issues hero at
tho Auditorium. An especially attrac
tive musical program la arraagod for
(ho occasion together with talks by
Tho last registration day Is noxt
Tuesday, October 31st when muck
work will havo to bo dono to get in
tho many names not on tho lists.
On Delinquent Side
Lehl City has appointed Attornoy
William Ashor to securo tho descrip
tion from County records of nil roal
property upon which tho sidewalk tax
is delinquent. The work commenced
This description Is necessary in
sending out tho final notlcos to prop
erty owners -who liavo Jailed to keep
up tholr special sidewalk ' taxes.
Theso taxes aro for cemont side
walks lnld in 1913. . The pynment
plan was ten equal payments, tho last
of which comes duo Novombor 1GJ
1 1932ifl.'3,hte Is forfllstrict number
ontlcliincluuestho 1)Ig p'afro?
tho City sidewalks.
Thoro aro a largo majority of tho
etizens, who have not kept up tbeso
payments and a few who failed to
pay anything. Tho final and last pay
ment next month tins grown, through
tho addition of interest, to nenrly
doublo tho original bill. Tho collec
tion will havo to be mado on or bo
foro the 15th of Novembor or the
property, after advertising, sold to
satisfy tho accounL
Citizens should check up on tholr
proporty nnd mako arrangements to
tnko caro of tho payment before tho
salo takes placo as this will add ad
ditional expense to tho itora. Tho
City treasuror' Is accepting payments.
She Gavo Him the Limit.
Willlo Woo "If you will marry mo l
will go to tho end of tho earth for
you." Tho Widow Grass "Yes, and
leave mo tlicro. Not much. If I bo
como your wlfo you stay whero you
are and hustlo." St. Louis' Globe-DbmPTnt.
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 come in,
we will deem it a great favor
to at least show you our shoe
line and give you our new
20c Yard Wide Percales on
Sale at 18c.
30 patterns to pick from.
.Dress' Ginghams in an
endless variety. Como see
BROADBENT & SON'S
P. S. Wo are agents for
all the church works.
We Frame Pictures and
Cover Dress Buttons.
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DOG SNAPS BOYS
1 EAR OFF GLEAN
.. To have your car taken off as clean
as If shaved off is nn unusual
occurnnco bur. Just such an accident
bofoll Boyd, C-yonr-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Adamson, of Highland.
The lncldor.t occurred Friday and tho
family dog was the direct causo.
j Tho boy was playing with tho
animal when It snapped at him catch
ing tho ear In Its tcoth Tho oar was
pulled o!U so closo to tho head that
tho doctor had trouble in getting
skin enough to bow tho wound up.
The ear could not bo found nnd it
was prosumod that tho dog swallow
Hear Mrs. Leatherwood
( Tho Ladlos Republican Club hold a
successful meeting yostorday after
noon in tho Memorial building, Mrs.
Leatherwood of Washington D. C,
'was tho principal speakor. Light re
freshments nnd a short program was
enjoyed by those nroscnt.
Tho Item bolow from nn English
paper is a samplo of tho publicity
that is bolng used ngalnst tho .Latter
day Saint 'Missionaries In various
parts of England. This gives us an
idea of the sentiment that Is created
against Utah peoplo and tho things
our missionaries have to overcome
NO ESCAPE FROM UTAH
Welsh Girl's Letter to a Former
Interviewed in Cardiff today, Mrs.
Lulu Lovclnnd Shopard, who has open
od; an anti-Mormon campaign In
'Hundreds of Welsh girls havo gono
if you woro nblo to see tho great
Welsh choir which is responsible for
tho music, along with a Wolsh organ
ist, at ono of tho Mormon temples In
Salt Lako City.
"Only tho day aftor my urrlval In
Cardiff I mot a lady who had lost two
girl relatives, both of whom havo
found tholr way to Salt Lako City.
Mormon missionaries aro working
vigorously throughout tho Principality,
and tons of Mormon lltoraturo is bo
lng distributed dally.
"I moan to try to'nrouso tho church
es and tho peoplo of this country to
tho gravo peril to which girls aro
exposed by roveallng tho character of
tho Mormon faith and tho practices
which aro carried on under its cloak."
What llfo in Utah is really llko for
tho doluded girls who go thoro may
bo gathered from this extract from n
letter which a Wolsh girl now in that
Stato has sent to her mistress, tho
married daughter of a lady wol!
known in Glamorgan.
"My sister," writes tho Welsh
girl, "is tho quoen wlfo of a loc
turor. Sho Is ono of six, but sho
Is better off than tho other live
becauso tholr children aro all
llablo to ho called upon to do all
tho menial things for bar. Sho
wants me to got married to ono
of tholr men, but I shan't. I
should llko to escapo from this
placo, but owing to tholr spies
vlgllanco thoro is no- hopo of
oscapo from hero except by
Today (Sunday) Mrs. Shopard Is
acquainting tho mon of Newport of
tho perils assailing Welsh girls, tho
mooting bolng presided over by tho
Archdeacon of Monmouth.
Our second child had red hair, aad
whenovor wo took him out somoono
would remark about it. When the
baby was two years old wo woro giv
ing a dinner party and whllo waiting
for tho guests to nrrivo I was putting
on tho last touches and brushod tho
baby's hair. Ho looked up at mo and
said: "I poso de lady will say, 'Wher'
did your baby dot hlo red hair?' " Ex-change
"Tho rivor Parana," Jclwres tho
prospectus of n real obtatti agont In
Parana, Ilrazll, "la tho most watory
in tho stato, ono'of Iho moat oxtonded
in tho world, It la navigable until to
this stato for ships of great profound
ness; it is nlso sulllclontly flsliful."
This Bomo choorful chap it is who
furthor assoveratos that "tho vegeta
ble rolgn is excoasfully ropresontod In
resinous, oily and gummous planta."
SUGAR MAKING COMMENCES 1
AT THE LEHI FACTORY 1
ONLY SIXTY DAY CAMPAIGN THIS
YEAR. EMPLOYEE8 NUMBER
Sugar making at tho Lohl factory
commenced Tuesday of tills week.
Root cutting was started at midnight
on Monday. At this writing tho mill
had not reached capacity but a day
nr turn oTimilil ira tlin "mntlior fnn.
lory" grinding out tho usual sugar
The mill was schodulod to com
menco on tho 16th but tho start was
hold up a wcok on a now pan for tho
Pan Room. Tho now equipment
should havo boon out and Installed
boforo tho campaign commenced but
railroad trouble hold up tho matorlal
so lone that It did not roach horo
until tho dato for starting. Tho unit
Is now in placo but will .not go Into
use for sotno tlmo yet. However;
with Its installation tho remalndor of
tho pans could bo usod and tho run
Tho campaign this year will last
only about sixty days, suporlntondont
Gardner said yostorday when Inter
viewed. This Is a constdorahlo
shortor run than is customary at this
factory and is duo to tho small aero
ngo of boots planted this Benson.
Somo 70,000 tons of boots will bo cut
by thjs unit. Only 40000 tons of
those wero rnlsod in this district,
howover. Tho other 30,000 tons will
bo shipped hero from tho oast sldo
of Salt Lako valliy aud tho Payson
Tho fatcory Is operating on a throo
300 men nro employed at tho fnctory j
nnd cutting stations, Thoro was no j fj
troublo experienced In securing plenty f
of holp. 'M
Charles Earl Taken ij'
To Hospital Again , ij
Chnrlos Earl, who was seriously in- , mi
Jured last August in a mlno In Amorl- ' llj
can Fork canyon, was taken to tho J W
L. D. S. hospital Thursday for furthor i Ij
troatmont. It Is oxpoctod that ho will I mi
bo confined thoro for about two '
It Is said It will bo necossary to re- -W
break his right foot and sot it, re- jltft
movo some bono from tho loft foot
and gradually forco two vortrnbraos ,'
of his back into placo. Mr.' Earl has ' jfT
boon out of tho Amorlcan Fork )fc
hospital about n month. j:p
LocdI Sportsmen Get Deer I'i
Thus far this year only two sports- jM
mon of this vicinity havo reported - :f
killing a door. A number wont out fl
but tho good woathor and lack of ' ft ,
snow hindered tho huntors. ' Wy
M. S. Lott, who with Donnls Gllos ' ;
wont down Into tho Pangultch conn-
try, bagged a big five point buck. It K
wolghod 275 pounds and ts ono of tho BU
blggost killed this season. Thoy loft Kr
horo Friday, Octobor 13th, and roturn- B?
od last Thursday. '1
O. A. Slade was also successful in H ,
getting his door this season. Ho hunt- ' B
od In Wyoming and roturnod with a B
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A Warm Room To 1
Dress In If
No more cold trips to the basement t yi
No more dressing in a cold room. J
No more fires to build. 'J
No more big fuel bills. . i
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