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HI. LBHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1022 -No.18 'WR
Hel company going
v ahead with plans
BHi INCORPORATION PAPERS
IB CORPORATION AND ALSO
HHKrd CITY PLAT FOR NEW
ffflHHkiast week has brought now do
f light In tho establishment o
flB"V stool Industry In Utah
ftflH Tho filing ot incorporation
nHBand tho setting out of a now
QB Utah County are tho' latest
Kvlng Is tho nows dispatch
Bcamo from Delaware rolatlvo
Brporatlon papers tor tho
Bla Stool corporation wero Hied
Hucsday. Tho Incorporators.
Bnro Wlgglngton E. Creed, J. D.
Hand Joseph Sloss, all ot San
Kco. Mr. Creed Is to bo tho
Bnt ot tho company, It was said
Tho location ot-lho company's
Bira to bo Pittsburg, California,
Buvo, Utah, it Is said. Tho ln-
Htlon Is for 120,000,000, halt ot
Kls to bo preferred stock, and
IH City Is tho namo given a now
Bo created by tho corporation
Biclr plant slto close to tho
Hlal Steol City camo Into ox-
m this morning when tho pro-
Hb of tho now municipality ro-
a Hb tho O. K. of tho county com-
m Hon and- tho papors woro filed
MB'tho county recorder.
,jflKfccl City is to bo -botweon Frovo
iSBand Sprlngvlllo, and to all lntonts
Hand purposes will so connect tho
two older cltio3 that they aro one.
H William II. Ray is tho "father"
Hot Steol City. It was In Mr. Ray's
Hmlnd that Steel City first was eon
celvcd. It was be who obtained tho
cooperation of tho land owners on
the oast aide of tho stato highway
Hand pushed through the preliminary
Hvork for Steol City.
H H. A. Jacobs did tho surveying tad
H plating ot tho new town.
H Subdlrlslon Plat A wu recorded
iHthls morning. It Includes a. tract on
L 'the east, or mountain side, at the
, fliute highway, and starts immediate-
! M ly south ot th county Infirmary.
H The Columbia Steel oompaay maw
H U negotiating for tho purchase at
a B the county latrmary bulldlas watah
r K is to be used as the office building for
i H the steel eomiaay It tho yuraaaoa
J, M program goes through.
H Steel City faces the statu highway
iB on the one slda and tho movatata oa
tH the other. The first Btvenue east ot
tho stato highway is Columbia
avenuo. Other streets of Stool City
already named aro Park, Groonleo,
Valencia, Mllnor, Altoka, LaSallo,
Oneida. Additional streets and oven
ues will bo laid out as noedod, accord
ing to Mr. Rny.
MIsb Floronco Ray, secretary of
tho subivislon company, named the
Already several lota of tho new
subdivision hnvo boon sold It is
said. Ono of tho purchasers alreadp
is negotiating for a loan, and will
Immediately begin tbo construction
ot a dwelling on tho lot.
Business Club Members
and Wives Enjoy Social
Members of tho Lohl Duslncss Club
and tholr wives onjoyed a Thanks
giving Dinner Thursday evening fol
lowed by a program and later danc
ing. Tho party was held in tbo
Memorial building and was attended
by sixty persons.
Tho dinner was a real Thanksgiving
feed Including Turkey, drosslng, tho
usual vegotablos, sauces, plum pud'
ding, mince plo, etc. Mrs. Rachel
Anderson prepared tho meal and when
ono merely says' sho is a real cook
not half enough has been said;
Superintendent James H. Gardner act
od as toastmastor ot tho ovonlng. The
Violin Solo Mrs. L. Tammlnon.
Trombone Solo Dennis Giles.
Vocal Solo Pros. J. D. Watson.
Remarks woro offered by Dr. F. D,
Worlton, Mayor Broadbont, Dr. O. H,
Maboy, Principal D. R. Mltcholl, J,
W. Wing and Mro. J. W. Wing. ,
Dancing from 9 p. m. to midnlghl
was indulged in with Carters orchostra
furnishing tho music
Laura, 13-year-old daubster ot Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Oroon, former resi
dents ot Lehl, died at Salt Lake City,
Monday night from dlabetla. Tha
funeral will bo held at Pleasant
Grove at a p. m. Friday In tho
The truest beauty arises from a noble
character. A soul which Is radiant
vtth lor and truth lights eves tha
homeliest face Into beauty which n aot
transient, but which grows ever deopor
and moro abiding as the years oast an.
I Prize g IJIX
Contest jjll & jgjal
H For overy dollar spent at tho Gift Shop botweon now and
H January 1, 1922, you will he given a ticket on which you placo
H your namo and guess, and drop one end in the gues3 box in our
K store, keeping tho other end for reference.
H The Contest is to guess how many printed words there aro
H in the glass jar in our window, you can. guess as many times
H as you trecoivo tickets and at any time before January 1, 19W,
B when contest closes. .
The person guessing tho correct or nearest correct number
will be given tho first prize, tho next nearest tho 2nd pnzo and bo
Hi on down tho list.
K 1 Prize Genuine Diamond Ring Worth $50.00
' 2 Prize Gentleman's Gold "Watch Worth- 25.00
M 3 Prize Ladies' Wrist Watch Worth-i 20.00 .
K 4 Prize Sot of Silverware Worth : T ,n '!
m SPrize Gentleman's Solid Gold Ruby Ring Worth 10.00
B 6 Prize Ladies' Pearl Nccklaco Worth. "W
m 7 Prize Manicure Sot Worth - 5.00
8 Prizer-Sot Hand Painted China Worth, : 3.50
9 Piize Cut Glass Basket Worth -,. 2.50
m 10 Prize Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen Worth 2.50
I E. N. WEBB
i' Jeweler, and Optometrist
I , At The Gift Shop.
i MAIN STREET LEHIfaUTAH
Lowell Earl Hurt
In Austin Mine
Lowell Enrl was sevoroly hurt Sat
urday at tho Austin Mlno, Amorlcan
Fork Canyou, when a mlno bucket
fell down tho shaft striking blm. Ho
received a largo scalp wound, a
bruised shoulder and hip and his
right hand was cut and broken.
Tho accident occurred Saturday at
2:30 p. m. and It was 10:30 bofore
tho Injured man reached tho hospital
here. It was necessary to walk tho
dlstanco from tho mine to tho second
power plant. Here a car, which had
boen summoned, plckod tho party up.'
At tho mlno tbero Is two foot of
snow and It contlnuos to tho powor
Examination at tho hospital dis
closed that young Earl had his first
tingor all but sovored at tho second
Joint which will likely havo to bo re
moved, bad cuts across tho palm
of the hand and tho socond flngor
brokon. A scalp wound required
Bovoral stitches to closo. Ho is in
no datiger now unloss blood poison
ing sots In although considerable
blood was lost on tho long hiko down'
, tho'snov, bound ca'nyon.
Tho dccldent was tho result of a
slipping clutch on the hoist. Tho
bucket had been loaded and wob 'on
Its upward Journey when It started
. back down. It was ostlmatcd to
woigh about 1000 pounds and foil 35
, foot onto Mr. Earl, who was working
In tho shaft,
Lowell is tho son of Charles Earl
. who was sorlously injured In tho
r samo mlno last August and who Is
. still In tho L. D. S. hospital. 'Ever
, slnco tho first accident tho Austin
Company has had a continual string
of accidents and break downs that
has held up work at tho mlno. They
aro in closo proximity to tho flissuro
they havo been seoking for threo
years but it sooms everything Is
against tholr reaching It
! H-l-l I ..,
Pail To Convict Because
In a Jury trial held Monday Mark
Horron was adjudged not guilty of
having liquor in his possession bo
cause of tho fact that he broke tho
bottle containing tho alleged liquor
when officers arrested him.
The arrest was made Saturday
night, November 18th, just northeast
of the Smuln Academy. The officers
located tho liquor Just as Mark
Herron and companions approached.
They waited and Mark came up and
took the bottle. Tho marshal pro
ceeded to arrest the young man but
the latter turned an ran breaking the
bottle. Ho was later apprehended
and arranged pn a charge of having
, Intoxicating liquor In his possession.
The trial was hold Monday, Novem
ber 27th. Tho Jury consisted of John
Goatos, Thomas Webb, John Gardner
and Jackson C. Wanlass. In , tho
ovldonco glron thoro was no liquor
and this was tho big point on which
tho vordlct ot not guilty was rendor-ed.
Austin Family Reunion
Tho Austin family, with tholr
friends and follow townsmon, will
colobrato tho 100 birthday anniver
sary ot tho lato John Austin, next
Saturday afternoon and evening. Tho
family will moot at tho Momorlal
building at 2 p. ro. in reunion and in
tho evening commencing at 8 p. m.
a social and danco will bo enjoyed
by family and friends in tho Smuln
Tho committee In charge has ask
ed that all members ot tho family
take this announcement as an in
vitation to tho rounlon In tho attor-noon.
Draws Big Crowd
Tho Second Ward Missionary En
tortainraont Thursday evening in tho
school house drew a very largo
crowd, in fact moro than could get
into tho assembly room. Tho "stunts"
by tho various ward organizations,
from tho Bishopric to tho Primary,
wenjv off in groat sbapo. Tho audi
ence was kept laughing all evoning.
Tho entertainment and candy sales
nottod tho missionary fund $01.15.
Colleges and books only copy tho
' language which tho Hold and tho work
yard wade Emorson.
Special Tax Delinquent
List Appoars Last Time
With tho publication this weok of
the Special Tax Delinquent List tho
last proceoduro prior to tho salo of
tho property has boen miulo on tho
collection ot sidewalk taxos In Lohl
?Ity 1'avlng District Number Ono.
his Is tho second publication of tho
delinquents and Is all that Is required
i As stated In tho notlco In this issuo
0io salo Is sot for January 10th at
tfoon in front ot tho City Hall. On
that dato any property upon which
ho tax remains unpaid will bo sold
lb tho highest bidder to satisfy tho
claim of City lor tho oxponso ot put
ting In tho pavomont and for interest
Jbn the amount for tho ten years It
has been in.
, Any ot tho taxos may bo paid bo
tWeon now and that dato with tho
addition ot ndvortlslng costs. Thoso
averago about ono dollar for each description.
For B. J. Lott
I A very successful testimonial for B.
u. Lott, son ot Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Lott, was hold Monday evening in
the Memorial building. Tho hall
Was filled to capacity with frlonds
'who wished tho missionary a buc
Cosaful trip to tho field of labor and
then an onjoyablo mission.
Tho program as outlined last wook
was carried out, followed by dancing.
Tho serving ot cako and punch added
to tho oventng's ontortainmont
Eldor Lott leaves Docombor 4th
for tho California mission.
Dasheens, a succulent vegetable, re
sembling the mushroom, are being
hipped to the northern markets from
Florida, where they aro grown ac
cording to .instructions sent out by
, tbVsepartaaent ot agrlcultursr.
NATIONAL GUARD UNIT " f
MEMBERS ARE SWORN IN 1
EQUIPMENT VAULED AT FROM
$60,000 TO $70,000 TO BE 8ENT
HERE FOR U8E OF UNIT.
Tho establishing ot tho Utah
National Guard Unit In Lehl has pro
gressed to tho point of Bwoarlng in
ot tho members. This was offocted
Thureday ovonlng whon twonty-ono
young men took tho oath.
Tho personal ot tbo unit Is as fol
lows: Held II. Gardner, 1st Lloutonant
and Commanding Officer; Wallaco
West, 2nd- Lloutonant, Squadron
Porsonol Officer; Floyd Goates, 2nd
Lloutonant, Squadron Supply Ofllcor;
Harmon Atwood, 1st Sargoant; R, C.
Plxton, 1st Sargoant, Squadron Sup
Miombors MorriB IloboTts, Frankr
lln Crnbb, Nool Khlght, Joo Potorson,
Sam Peterson, Junior Evans, Odoll
Jacobs, Irol Woodhouso, Leon Jonos,
Venllo Bachelor, Marrlon Wanlass,
Harold Johnson,. Donald Giles, Lorln
Goatos, WarrouTiloatoB', John South
wick, Max Horron, Merrill Evans and
Tho first drill of tho company was
held last ovonlng at tho High School
Gym. Wookly drill on Thursday ovon
lng will bo hold from now on, Somo
club rooms will bo obtalnod for the
organization whoro their equipment
will bo kopt rod tho radio apparatus,
Uniforms and other equipment will
arrive along from tlrao to time. It
Is reported that between 160,000 and
$70,000 in equipment will be seat
here hero tor the use ot the unit
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Taylor Flayers Hake Hit lUU
Old times, whon tha Opera House , Hi
used to bo flllod to capacity every -'
woek-end by lovors ot good stage f
plays, woro recalled hero Saturday '
ovonlng when tho Taylor Players fin
JTred urosonted "Tho Call of tho JU
North Woods." Tho Royal theatre- D
was filled to capacity and each and iM
overy ono present was well ploased HI
with tho story ot tho play, and tho U
splendid mannor in which tho actors 'H
carried their parts. This was the H
first ot tho regular rotation shows the H
stock company has arranged to glvo H
this winter and bespoaks a big sue- H
cobs for thorn hero and elsewhere in -'H
tho stato. Thoy will bo back Salur- 4H
t day. Novembor 0th with another
Practically ovory resorved Seat in H
tho thoatro was sold out oarly Satur- H
day afternoon and many had to take fli
gonoral admission seats who wont to f
tho box olllco In tho ovonlng. There fl
was barely standing room lott when 1
tho curtain roso. This is a record !
crowd for tho thoatro as uoVcr since
tho opening ot tho theatro has such M
n crowd witnessed a road show thors. M
R. Ferris Tayor and Edna B. H
Roberts as leading figures In the play jH
captivated the audience from the H
start. "Toby'' Taylqr, the coedlan, jH
made a real hit with his many ratrtii H
producing stunts asd Jokes.' The jH
other players were all strong and H
helped to put the hit over. ,H
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SANTArS HEREAGAIn 1
With a Whole Pack of All New Worth-While 1
. He has left a great big supply of gifts and toys for tho kiddies, hoyB, M
girls and the older folks too. fl
VISIT THE STORE EARLY AND BRING THE LITTLE FOLKS I M
LADIES' COATS MEN'S CLOTHING I
1-3 OFF ENTIRE LINE We'll go the limit on price slashing S
An opportunity to secure present to move this line. We are cleaning i ' ( H
day styles in high grade coats at less th(j cutirQ ftnd hayo qUiq - - MM
than WHOLESALE. l . nM
,,,, ,, , . the price so as to -move the entire t ft
You'll have to see these coats to I l I ?
appreciate the values wo aro offering. J lot. J l
OVEERCOATS! OVERCOATS! I
A new line of classy well selected overcoats. You'll be astonished at the ' fl
prices we have put on these coats. Now shipment just unpacked. I m
as, WATSON MERCANTILE COMPANY s II
We Sell For Less. 1 jffiH
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