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B VOL. VIII. LBHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1022 No. 16
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
I REGULAR MEETING
WW Tjj0 Mayor and Council met Tuos- :
B! day evening In regular November :
B mcoting and disposed ot City bust
B ness. Ono of tho most unusual
B things to occur In Lehl In years trans
S prC(i at tbo meeting. It was tho
B authorization of tbo paying off of a
1 thousand dollar noto and It was not
B necessary to reborrow somowhoro
m else to mako tbo payment A noto on
fl tju, gtrcot fund was askod to bo ro
R deemed and slnco citizens bad paid
B more than this amount on Stdowalk
m taxes Tuesday tbo Council was ablo
B to tako caro ot tbis note. For years
H the floating Indebtedness ot tho city
H has been growing year by year. A
B year ago ? 10,000 dollars was paid on
H bonded Indebtedness but it was neces-
gary shortly after to borrow somo
B 120,000 to tako caro of tho Memorial
K building costs. With tho payment on
B paving this year and whon taxes aro
received It Is planned, to retiro somo
m $10,000 to 12,000 of bonds and about
B 5,000 in floating dobts, If this plan
Is carried out tbero will bo a con-
sldoroblo reduction in interest paid
H the coming year over this year and
H the pst few years.
H James Cartor was prosont and ask
H ed it bo would bo permitted to removo
H the big popular treos on tbo west ot
BJ the City Park. Ho intends to use
BJ them for making lumbor as a saw
BJ will be Installed by him, ho stated.
BJ Tho Council granted him tho troos
BJ poYldlng ho cut them closo to tho
k ground and nssumo all damage that
'Wt might occur and tako caro ot clean
H log up of tbo street afterward.
BJ Councilman Gilchrist reported that
Bj the Lehl Drug Company wished a
BJ water meter installed. Tho matter
BJ ttsb referred to the Water Superln-
B Councilman Gilchrist also reported
H that numerous complaints hid been
0 registered from various parts of
1 town on wasto water from flowing
I wolls. Tho Council felt some action
fl should be taken and roforred tbe mat-
M tcr t0 tho Attornoy t0 investigate.
h Councilman Butt reported that tho
light on tho Edwnrd Fowler corner
' should bo nfoved to the north sldo ot
I the street. This was ordered done.
I Marshall Chrlstofforson stated tbat
I the Moyle people had talked to him
B about their claim of 800 against tho
B city. He reports they stated that
H two uninterested parties had gono
H over tho burned area and reported
H the damago was about $200. It is
H probable tbat tho claim will bo com-
H promised for consldorablo less tban
BJ Councilman Whipplo expressed tho
BJ opinion that tho City should own tho
BJ land about tbe springs. This was tho
BJ general fooling and a special com-
E - i
mltteo was named to lnvcstlgato tho
Mrs. William Austyn applied tor
City water, which application was
A number of chcckB on tho Peoplo's
Dank of Lehl thatjiad boon issued
to tho City for City Water rental and
which wcro not sent in until tho bnnk
closed wero turnod over to tho At
torney to collect.
Bills amounting to $647,135 wero ap
proved and ordered pnid. Adjourn
ment was taken to Thursday.
Utah National Guard
Lt.' Col. Williams, Adjudant Gon
oral of Utah; Mayor W. W. Gordon,
U. S. Army Instructor; and Major
Hamilton Gardnor will bo tbo prin
cipal speakers at a mooting in tho
High School Auditorium this evening
for tho purposo at establishing In
Lehl a headquarters detachment ot
tho Utah National Guard.
Somo timo ago tho proposition was
mado to citizens of Lehl tbat If Lehl
would furnish twenty enlisted men
and two officers tbo Stato ot Utah
would establish in Lehl a headquart
ers dotachmont. Tho dotachmont was
to consist of two officers, thrco
sergeants, four corporals, flvo first
class privates and eight privates. Tho
pay of tho, prlvatos was to bo f 1.1G
per night of drill and tho others wero
to rocelvo wages proportionately
larger according to their rank.
Tho dotachmont was to receive as
equipment a radio receiving sot, tele
phone buzzer and equipment to teach
wireless, wireless lolophonoT' tolo
grnph, signalling, figuring ot firing
data and all other equipmont nocos
sary for a headquarters dotachmont.
Four horses, two or threo motor
cycles, sldo arms and comploto uni
forms will bo furnished to detach
ment. (Continued on page 6)
Sunday oventng in tho Third Wnrd
meoting houso, a farewell mooting
will bo given In honor of Dean Udell
and Eldon Barnes who leavo on tho
22nd for tho mission field. A good
program has boon arranged.
On Monday ovoning, November
20th, a farewell party 11 bo given
in tho Memorial building in honor of
Eldon Barnes and Dean Udell who
loavo soon for tho mission Hold.
Everybody is invitod. Contributions
will bo taken at tho door.
I Webb's Holiday
I Prize Contest
I For every dollar spent at tho Gift Shop between now and
January 1, 1922, you will bo given a ticket on which you place
BJ your name and guess, and drop ono end in tho guess box in our
BJ store, keeping tho other end for reference.
B Tho Contest is to guess how many printed words there aro
H in tho glass jar in our window, you can guess as many times
I" as you receive tickets and at any time before January 1, 192.3,
when contest closes.
Tho person guessing tho correct or nearest correct number
will bo given tho first prize, tho next nearest tho 2nd prize and so
on down, tho list.
1 Prize Genuine Diamond Ring Worth. $50.00
2 Prize Gentleman's Gold Watch Worth 25.00
3 Prize Ladies' Wrist Watch Worth 20.00
4 Prize Sot of Silverware Worth 15-0
5 Prize Gentlcmnn's Solid Gold Ruby Ring Worth 10.00
G Prize Ladies' Pearl Necklace Worth 7.00
7 Prize Manicure Set Worth 5.00
8 Prize Sot Iland Painted China Worth 3.50
0 Prize Cut Glass Basket Worth 2.50
10 Prize Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen Worth 2.50
E. N. WEBB
Jeweler and Optometrist
At The Gift Shop.
MAIN STREET LEHL UTAH
Business Industry and Finance In
the United States
MONTHLY 8UMMARY BY F EDERAL RE8ERVE BOARD
DIFFICULTIES In handling
tho Increased frolght
traffic duo to car shortage
havo becomo an Important fact
or in tho current industrial
situation. Tho total numbor ot
cars loaded increased during
Soptembor chiefly becauso of
heavy loadings ot coal and
livestock. Tho production of
bituminous and anthracite coal
was restricted in tho latter part
of Septombcr when a shortage x
of about 40,000 coal cars do-
velopcd. A shortage of box
cars appeared In tho first wook
In August, and by Octobor 7th
amounted to 71,063 cars. Tho
difficulty in securing cars for
shipment has led to somo cur
tailment of production in lumbor
and finished steel products. Tho
output ot pig Iron and stool in
gots, howover, has expanded
steadily slnco AugUBt. Cotton
and woolen mills continuo to
operate at closo to capacity.
Agricultural rocclpts continuo
to bo heavy.
Wholesale trade showed im
provement during Soptembor,
Increases occurred In sales ot
hardwaro and furnlturo, which
Is the tlmo to get good shoos and
warm underclothing. It may savo
you many a cold or sickness tbat
would bo vory unpleasant and somo
Our Shoes Are Inexpensive
and our comploto lino of undorcloth
ing is marked vory much less than
lt was last year.
Our lino of L. D. S. Garmonts will
average at least 50c a pair less than
tho prices of last year.
Dest 20c Outing Flannels on Salo 18o
Dost 23o yard wide Percales
on Salo 18o
Ladles' Hoso, Brown and Black
15c, 20c and 25c.
Ladles' Good Silk Hose All Colors
75o and 98c
LADIES' FANCY WOOL H08E
75c to $2.35.
Tboy aro all tho go.
y2 Price Sale On All Trim
med Hats This Week.
At a prlco you can afford to sleop
warm. Como look at them.
Somo moro Ladles Sweater Coats
and Slipover Sweaters Just in. Got
ono before thoso go again. Thoy'ro
qulto tho thing.
Wo aro anxious to servo you, ploaso
you and savo you many a dlmo. Do
you need tbo extra dimes? Suro!
Then stop and shop at
3ROADBENT & SON'S
reflected tho largo volumo ot
residential building. Soasonal
docllnos occurrod in sales ot
farm implements and automobile
supplies, but sales wore larger
than a year ago. Retail trado
continued to lmprovo during
Tbo wholosalo prlco index ot
tho Dureau ot Labor statistics
declined from 155 in August to
153 in Sept., owing chlofly to
tho fall in coal prlcos. Prices
of building materials and motals
continued to rise.
Dank debits in 140 cities, ex
cluding Now York, wero 4 por
cent larger In Septombor than
in August, 1921, and 9 por cont
larger than in Soptembor, 1921.
Loans of reporting banks In
leading cities show an incroaso
of 366,000,000 for tho four
weeks endod Octobor 18th, and
d o m a n d doposlts advanced
$245,000,000. Federal Rcsorvo
Dank discounts for tho four
weeks endod October 25th In
creased $49,000,000 and noto
circulation expanded by J5G,
000,000. Tho rcservo ratio shows
a slight decreaso from 78.4 to
77.0 per cent.
D. & R. G. TRAINS
CRASH AT POINT
AND 80ME INJURED. ENGINES
Sovoral persons wore badly bruised
and injurod in a hoad on collision at
tho Jordan Narrows Thursday aftor
noon between tho north bound D. &
R, G. train No. 611 from Sanpete
county and tho southbound No. 18,
tho Price Stub.
Among those who sustained In
juries In tbo collision aro I. II. Luko,
superintendent or-tho Westorn divi
sion ot the D. & R. G. railroad, who
was badly bruised and cut; Charles
Schemer, engineer on No. 511; E. G.
Stow, conductor on No. 511 and K. D.
Deck, baggage man on tbe samo
train. All of tho Injurod aro from
Salt Lako City. Thoy wero immedi
ately rushed to Salt Lako City whoro
they wero given surgical attontloa at
Tho locomotlvo of tbo northbound
jtyapete- train -was badly damaged and
was also derailed. Tho other loco
motlvo and all ot tho cars remalnod
on tho tracks.
Tho wreck occurrod at tho Nash
siding near the gravol pit. Tho north
bound train was stopped and had
orders that tho othor train was to
tako tho siding. Instead lt camo
PIONEER OF 1851 CALLED " r
TO HER REWARD 1
MR8. JAME8 HARWOOD PASSED
AWAY AT .SALT LAKE TUES
DAY. FUNERAL WILL BE CON
DUCTED HERE SATURDAY.
Anothor ot Lohl's early plonoors
departed from this Ufa this week.
It is Mrs. James Harwood, pionoor
of 1851, who is called to tho other
sldo this tlmo. Death occurrod Tuos
day at 2:30 a. m. at Salt Lako whoro
sho has boon visiting with relatives.
Old ago and gonoral debility was tho
Funoral arrangements havo boon
arrangod for Saturday afternoon at
2 p. m. in tho First Ward mooting
houso. Tho body will bo at tho
reslrt 'mm 11 to 1:30 Saturday
aud Wowed by friends.
Mi., jamos Harwood was born. In
England In 1840 and whoa nino yoars
old crossed tho plains with her
parents In an ox team company. Thoy
locatod in Lehl which has always
boen hor homo. Sho was married to
James Harwood in 1859. Ho pro
ceeded her to tho gravo cloven years
Tho following children survlvo tho
honored pioneer; James and Mrs.
R. D. Welsh, ot Salt Lako, Mrs. O. H.
Smith, ot Blacktoot, Idaho, Mrs. J. T.
1 Winn, ot Lehi; Don V., ot Now
York; Fredrick IL, of Arkansas and
Mrs. A. E. Adams ot Magna. The
following brothers and sisters aro
also living: James Taylor, Mrs.
1 Ester Roborts, Mrs. Hober Austin,
Mrs. Thomns Jones and Mrs. T. J.
Mrs. Harwood has always beon a
1 good upright citizen and worker In
i- tho town and loaves a host of friends
I made during her long Ufo horo.
hoad on Into tho standing train. Tho
Englnoor ot tho south bound train
claimed tho brakos failed to work.
It was Bovoral hours boforo tho lino
was opon for traffic.
Testimonial For 1
Heber J. Webb J
Tho various ward organizations are I
arranging a testimonial program for 5 1
Heber J. Wobb at the Socoad Ward i
mooting houso Wcdnosday, November I
15th commencing at 7:30. Much work I
Is being dono to porfoct tbo elaborate
program. A general Invitation lo fi
Issued to the public to bo present. 3
Admission will bo flttocn and flvo ij
cents. v II'
1. Soloctlon Boys Dand. 1 .fl
2. Children Tho Primary. Mf
3. Vaudovlllo Stunta Relief fc""
4. Quartot Sunday School. ffl
5. Mnglo Performance Now York 1 "ll
Protossor. f f 1
0. Roadlng Miss Jessica Bird. a! J
6. Vaudovlllo Performance The I if
8. Dancing Direction Miss Bird. mm
9. Ono Act Farco. a M
Thoro will bo Teal candy on sale all If M
through tho performance M
Other Side of the Question. E m
"A dog," said Uncle Eben, "is man's m
faithful friend; which Is whut he JK
ought to be, consldnrln' how he eats j"
wlfout workln'." )W
Hear tho A
at tho M
High School Auditorium ;J
TONIGHT 7:30 P. M. -4fl
Get paid for learning Wi
RADIO and Signalling fl
A chance to earn and learn. ,im
Evoryono invited, fM
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Oregou City overcoats nro noted for thoir I j
great warmth and service handsomo big- Overeats ' ' j I
ness stylo features. They havo convertible A fir
collars th'ot fit. Tho mackinaws give snug J L ff 4-n i - CC 'ffi
comfort to hunter, hiker, outdoor worker. ?lvvv IU !) JiiVV jwl
Wo buy these garments direct from tho Mackinaws I H
woolen mills. Our values aro -remorkablo.
Connascc,.,. $ 7.50 tO $ 1 2.50
People's Co-op. sisk if
Tho Bimy Store on Stato Stroot TOPfck 18 II
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