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B VOL. VIII. LEHI UTAH, THURS DAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922 No. 14 ofM
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election day is
j now close at hand
HtHE SPIRIT of THE VOTER HA8
Bfl THE POLITICIANS GUESSING,
H WHAT THE RESULT WILL BE
.flfl WILL NOT BE DIVULGED UNTIL
H WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8TH.
H Next Tuesday, November 7tb, tho
flH jnerlcan citizens -will again namo
flfl men and womon to run tho govern
B ment, national, stato, county ana
B precincts. Tho general atfltudo of
B tho voters has tho politician and pre
B diction exports "In the air." His
IBJj moody. Indifferent attitude Is hard to
fla fathom and not until tho ballots aro
B counted November 8th will tho roal
B Republican Ticket
B United States Senate
B ERNEST BAMBERGER
BJ IIouso of Representatives
B B. O. LEATHERWOOD
B Justice of Supremo Court
B JAMES W. CHERRY
Hi Stato Superintendent
C. N. JENSEN
W1LFORD W. WARNICK
Bj W. A. KNIGHT
BJ N. C. CHRISTENSEN
Bj GEORGE P. SHELLEY
J. H. HOLLADAY
-itJr" Commissioner Four Years v
W CHARLES H. WRIGHT
I Commissioner Twp Years
fl FRED MATLEY
fl J. E. BOYD tt
I .WALLACE HALES
fl CHARLES E. HAWKINS
fl HENRY JEPPSON
fl CLIFFORD L. WRIGHT
lfl County Attorney
VW MILAN R. STRAW
I EDWARD B. JONES
trend of tho voting bo known. Tho
Republicans aro claiming au easy
victory In this state nnd Utah county,
but, who knows? Tho responso to
rallies and gonoral discussions can
not bo taken as tho suro sign, for
thero Is no big turn outs to tho ralllos
and tho discussion Is very much
.Many contend that tho voter Is
holding closor to tho choice of candi
dates from a standpoint of his succoss
In private Ufo and his character' and
not so much on political linos. This
is known to bo tho caso in local elec
tions whoro acquaintance permits and
is spreading to a wider Held.
Which will bo tho succosBful ticket?
United States Sonato
WILLIAM II. KING
House of Representatives
MILTON IL WELLING
Justlco of Supremo Court
E. E. CORFMAN
D. C. JENSEN
F. G. TWEEDE
L. N. ATWOOD
N. A. PETERSON
H. W. GORE
Commissioner Four', Years
A. 0. BMOO.'r
RALPH MORGAN V,,
iiii 'inn mi i it -wmMrtiiii
EARL S. GREENWOOD
JOHN W. GUY
MARTIN M. LARSON
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I A Falsehood Nailed
THE democrats are spreading the report that
Senator Smoot is no longer supporting Ernest
H Bamberger for the Senate.
In a characteristic manner Senator Smoot has
met the situation and issued the following statement :
"Some of the democratic press and many demo-
crats are circulating a" report that I have refused to
B continue my support of Ernest Bamberger for tho
B United States senate. In view of my repeated ap
B peals for his election, I cannot conceive why people
B should do such a thing.
fl I denounce such dishonest method. I am now for
B and shall continue to be for Ernest Bamberger .and
fl the entire Republican ticket, feeling its election is for
fl the best interest of our state and nation,"
B People of Utah will register their protest by
voting the Republican ticket.
flj (Political Advertisement)
HK .. '
I Don't Neglect' Your Children's Eyes
B r-zi EiTors of Refraction in their
flf sffi' W ces 8 ie cause - mucu iU
H ) LSMSi health at all ages. Many
I rLJP Ol children have been held back
I I 10!!lJ' 9b u ier casscs or a(Jk
I I fe'li attention to their eyes.
I Iki 7ifl3I Don't put it: off' haVG tllcm
rS 'wvP attended to now.
I E. N. WEBB
H Jeweler and Optometrist
fl At The Gift Shop.
MAIN STREET LEHI
SOCIAL HAPPENINGS ,
DORING THE PAST WEEK
Tho Lohl Socond Ward hall proved
to bo tho scono of ono of tho biggest
and bost Hallowe'en parties in tho
city Tuesday evonlng. Sixty couples,
most of whom woro "dr.ossed" and
maskod. attended and enjoyed an
ovonlng of fun.
Mrs. Tv F. KIrkham, Mrs. F. D.
Worlton and Mrs. A. W, Davis arrang
ed and gavo tho party. Tho ovonlng
was spent In dancing and special
stunts. Carter's popular orchestra,
fumjnhod the musfc Tho hall was in
Halfowo'on attlro. Mrs. J. F. Cutler
captured tho prlzo for tho best lady!
costume Sho represented a Japanese
girl. Tho honors for tho gontloman
costumo went to Bishop R. J. Whlpplo,
who posed as a Spanish gontloman.
Ho carried tho guatar, played tho
same and held tho house spell bound
with solos. Clifford Austin featured
with a special "Ballot" danco. Re
freshments included applos, hot-dogs,
punch and doughnuts.
Monday evening Miss Lila Galsford
entertained at a Hallowo'on party.
Tho docoratlons were in Hallowo'on
colors. Games add retroshmonts woro
enjoyed. Thlrteon guests woro present
Mr. and Mrs. Lovl Phillips enter
tained a number of relatives and
friends at a wedding reception In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Phillips
last Friday evening. Gamos, music,
and luncheon was enjoyed by thoso
, Tho Primary officers and teachers
Of tho First Ward entertained at a
children's Hallowo'on party Monday
afternoon. Games woro plnyed and ro
. Mrs. Thomas Sims entertained at
a) birthday .party; Mghilny ovonlng nt
hor homo. A'nptntfof of friends and
neighbors onJo'ysdTta 'very pleasant
Mrs. J. O. Moiling entertained Fri
day In honor 'of her daughter,'
Virginia, Tho occasion was tho
child's Cth birthday and twonty young
friends participated in tho coto-
,hratlon.MMwsr-4ofasw. . f-- -'
Tho Mlssos Violet Schow nnd Rhea
Lott wcro hostesses at a Halowo'en
party Friday ovonlng at tho formors
home. Gamos nnd music wero en
Joyed after which fourteen enjoyed n
supper. Messrs. Louis Crupper and
G. nialr of Salt Lako woro tho guosts
of tho hostesses.
Tho -Ivy Robokah Lodge entertain
ed tholr mombors and frionds nt a
Hallowo'en party Tuesday ovenlng in
tho I, O. 0. F. Hall. Tho hall was
gaily decorated in Hallowo'on colors.
Gamos nnd refreshments woro tho
events of tho ovonlng. A Jolly crowd
of forty woro present,
Mrs. Leon Taylor entertained at
dinner Monday. Thoso prcsont woro:
Mrs. Israel Lott, Mrs. I. M. Davis,
Mrs. F. D. Worlton and Mrs. T. F.
Miss Viola Potorson, dnughtor of
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Peterson was
married to Elwood Brown at Salt Lako
City on Wodncsday of last weok. Tho
couple will roalde in Lohl.
Is tho tlmo to get good shoos and
warm undorclothlng. It may save
you mnny a cold or Blcknoss that
would bo vory unpleasant and sorao
Our Shoes Are Inexpensive
and our comploto lino of undercloth
ing is markod vory much less than
It was last yenr.
Our lino of L, D. S. Garments will
avorago at least 50c a pair loss than
tho prices of last yoar.
Bost 20c Outing Flannels on Salo 18c
Bost 23c yard wide Percales
on Salo 180
Ladles' Hose, Brown and Black
15c, 20c and 25c.
Ladles' Good Silk Hose All Colors
75c and 98c
LADIES' FANCY WOOL HOSE
75c to $2.35.
They aro all tho go.
y2 Price Sale On All Trim
med Hats This Week.
At a prlco ?;ou can afford to sloop
warm. Como look at thom.
Somo moro Ladiofl' Sweater Coats
nnd Sllpovor Swontors Just in. Get
ono before thoso go ngaln. Thoy'ro
quite tl.tf thing. ,
Wo aro anxious to servo you, ploase
you and save you mauy a dlmo. Do
you need tho extra dimes? Suro!
Thon stop and shop at
BROADBENT & SON'S
Mrs virgll FJold ontortalned tho
Third and Fourth grados of tho Sogo
Lily at n Hallowo'on party, Friday
after school. Games wore played with
honors going to Mlssos Ruby Chrlston
sen, Phyllis Potorson, Margarot Potor
son, Marcollo Gunthor and Master
Morlln Potorson. Rofroshmonts woro
sorved. Miss Caspor (Slstor of Mrs.
FJold) of Salt Lako City, was a spoclal
Wednesday afternoon tho Religion
Class offlcors of tho Fifth Ward ontor
talned tho First, Socond, Third and
Fourth grados with a party In tho
chapel. Games and refreshments woro
enjoyed. Somo 7B children woro In
jvltod. Mrs. Abo Gudinundscn ontortalned
Trldny afternoon nt hor homo in
Americnn Fork nt a dollghtful social.
Twonty-flvo lady frionds, a numbor
from Lohl, woro present. Tho houso
was tastoly decorated In a Hallowe'en
style. A musical program includod:
Solos Mrs. T, F. KIrkham; Rending,
Mrs. Bornard Christenson; Violin Se
lection. Miss Lenora Crookston; and
Solo, Mrs. Clifford Young.
,' Mrs. Josoph E. Smith ontortalnod
at a prottlly arrangod Hallowo'on
party, Saturday for hor llttlo daugh
ter, Utolla. Tho dinning room was
appropriately decorated In nutumn
loavos and pumpkins. Gnmos woro
played nnd dainty refreshments woro
sorved. Thoso prosent woro: Mlssos
Vera Brown, Ruby Chrlstonson,
Jennlelyn Wing, Molba Brown, Mota
ChrlstcnBon, Marcillo Gunthor, Vivian
Makin nnd Alta Chrlstonson.
Tho oulcors nnd teachora of tho
Fourth Ward Primary ontortnlnod tho
children nt a Hallowo'on party Satur
day. Gamos and dancing woro fea
tures of amuscmont nnd light refresh
ments wero sorved.
Mrs. Martha Streot entertained at
a birthday party for hor llttlo son,
Lloyd," nnd daughter, Martha, Thurs
day. Games woro played and dainty
tr ,. o
Tho Service Stnr "Mothors mot at
tho homo of Mrs. C. C. Hackott Tucb
Misses Roberta Davis and Phyllis
KIrkham ontortalned at a Hallowo'on
party Monday nt tho homo of Mrs. A.
W. Dnvls. Gnmos woro played and
refroBhmonta sorved to twonty-sovon
Mrs. Ell Batchelor ontortalnod nt a
Hallowo'en party Saturday. Hallo
wo'on color schemes woro carried out
and gnmos wero played. Rofrosh
monts woro served.
Mr. nnd. Mrs. W. J. Wobb ontor
talnod nt a wedding recoptlon at tholr
homo Saturday ovonlng in honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lafo Johnson. Thoso
present woro: Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
Sims, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamos Bryant, Mr.
and Mrs. Levi Phillips, Mr. nmd Mrs.
.William Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Hndfjeld, .Air. and Mrs. W. W. Dicker
boh, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Gray, Mr.
and Mrs. Georgo Wobb, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Gurnoy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Josh
Davis, Wm. F. Gurnoy, Mr. Vanco,
Mrs. Edward Southwick, Mrs. Moda
Johnson, Mrs. Ilazol Layman, Mlssos
Ethol and Poarl Southwick, Erma
Fox, Wlnnlo Dlckorson, Penrl Gray,
Ethel and Lola Coatos, Idolla and
Rachol Bono, and Marguorlto Hcl-quist.
Successful Halowe'en Dance
Tho big Hallowe'en danco at tho
Smuln Acndomy, Tuosday ovenlng
proved to bo a great succoss. An ex
ceptionally good crowd attonded and
all hnd a Jolly time.
N. O. Malnn, dressed as tho Dovll,
captured tho first prize for tho gentle-
Hon. E. 0. Leather
wood Discusses Issues
of the Campaign
Hon. E. 0. Loathorwood, cnndldato
for ro-oloctlon as United States Repre
sentative, was tho principal speaker
at a Republican Rnlly at tho High
School Auditorium, Friday oVcning.
About 100 persons hoard tho remarks.
Besldos Hon Lenthorwood Utah
County candidates for tho various
ofllcos wero present.
Representative Loatherwood wont'
Into tho Tariff measure qulto
thoroughly pointing out its many valu
nblo features to tho country nnd its
absolute necessity for Utah and west
ern industries. Ho touched on tho
national taxing questions showing
that tho Republican administration
had really Improved taxation and was'
operating nt a groat roductlon In x
pondlturos. Ho Justified tho change
in tho Incomo Tax law showing that
It helped tho poorer peoplo by giving
thorn a higher oxomptlon point whilo
It was Just as heavy on tho rich man
with tho big Incomo.
Other speakers Included Charlos E.
Hawkins, County Assossor nnd Mr.
Whlto of Payson. Herbert Taylor,
Precinct Chalrmnn, had chargo of tho
mooting. A high school chorus ing,
Mrs. O. L. Klttlngor rendered a solo
and tho Johnson sisters of Provo
WHERE WILL THE CONSTITU- I
TIONAL AMENDMENTS END? I
Tho proposed amendments to tho.
Constitution of tho Stato of Utah aro
coming oftener and ottoner and tliol
changes asked aro bocomlng moro
pronounced. This is probably in
keeping with the advancement and
growth of our stato but It scorns to
us that tho voter should study tho
amondmonts vory closoly boforo ho
votos yes to thoso moasuroB. This
studying should bo doubly checkod
from every anglo whon tho nraond
mont chango affects tho tax and tax
ing power ot tho stato. It Is a vory
easy matter for publlo officials to
Bpond publlo monoy if thoro is no
chock placed upon thom. It is a fact
that no ono can dony, that publlo
odlclals, big corporations and com
panies spond moro frooly than tho in
dividual handling his own pockot
hook strings nnd unloss thoro was
somo limit, budgot system or othor
chock on somo officers tho monoy, In
many Instances, would not bo used as
Judiciously as Is in keoplng with our
prcsont financial stross in this stato.
From this point Constitutional
Amondmont No. I, as proposced and
upon which tho voters aro asked to
voto, November 7th, In our opinion,
should bo voted against. Tho amond
mont proposos to ralso tho maximum
stato Indebtedness limit from ono and
one-half percent to two percent of tho
valuo ot tho taxablo property.
Amondmonts numbor two and throe
aro possibly dosorvlng ot n moro
favorable recoptlon by tho public, but
nuver-tho-less, should bo studlod cIobo
ly. Numbor two proposos a moans of
distributing tho bunion ot taxation to
all classes of property, and numbor
threo provides an Incroaso In compen
sation to loglslatlvo mombors. Tho
present compensation Is tho samo as
was allowed whon tho dollar was
worth twlco Its prosont valuo.
man's best costumo nnd Miss Arvllla
Watson, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
B. Wntson, took tho lady's prizo. Sho
represented a Jnpanoso charactor.
Curllo Hardman pulled down tho
honors In tho clown division.
. . IIS"!
School Recognizes jfj J
Practical Work I J
Tho teachers of tho Grammar . iS
school building aro making a move in II i
tho right direction, by helping to E 1
bring into closor touch tho homo and 1 J
tho school-room. .This is brought ju -
about by recognizing and giving credit ' 1 . J
to tho child, on his torm report, for H I
work, ha or sho, may do at homo. A if I
partial survoy of tho building dla- n
closod tho fact that practically ovory jf fl
child did something at homo to as- WTt!
sist tho parents. Wym
This work varlod from washing BiMit
dishoa and tending baby to caring for fiV
and milking ton head of cows, lr"a
Tho parents aro to bo tho Judgo as K fl
to what 'marks tho child is to rocolvo Hj m
for this work. It tho work Is dono IK 1 1
choorfully and well, thon that child ffifl
should bo given credit in llko moa ml
suro. It tho student has to bo coaxed K'll
or naked repeatedly to perform tho Hi $,
task, that also ought to bo consldor- V flj
ed and a lower mark given, fl m
Tho boys and girls of tho building ( m
will bring a statoment homo for tho H fl
paronts to sign. In tho statomont hv,W
thoro will bo a blank npaco into which ' fl'sj
will bo writton tho naturo of tho work j
dono by tho child and tho mark tho fftjnW
paront thinks tho child should ro- W w
colvo. Thoso slIpB ot papor will bo B'ffih
returned to tho toachor and tho mark I'wfi
placed on tho child's torm report. fl fl
O (K !
Mrs. Fred Galnos lott for Blackfoot, M Sfl
Idaho, Friday attor visiting horo with m jfl
hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Josepk II f
Hammer. IS ."fj
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OVERCOATS to keep your 1
boy in new style and ' mm
out of NEW MONIA !
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AMien Dad was a boy he never saw overcoats 'II
like these and to tell the truth neither m
did we. I Jl
"Mother will call them beauties." flfim
"Sonny will call them beauts " ilfllli
"Wo call them a combined assortment second II IB
to none and wo are all threo right 1 111 jjl
Coats with belts and coats with plaits- I'Aim
novelty cuffs and pull up collars ?,; jtljl
They're all here they're all warm as toast ' lul
and they are all priced to increase our busi- I II
ness and your opinion of us pei-sonally. - 1 fl
Knight Woolen and Oregon Oity Overeats 1
$8 to $15. 19
Mackinaws. ( . flfl
Ileavier Underwear. WM
People's Co-op. Inst- ii
The, Busy Store on State Street Iffl
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