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HfSt'1 ' AMERICAN FOnK fMTigEX flATI'HUAY. MAltCH 14, 1914. . "
H The Lehi Department I K ' Interurban Advent HI Duly Celebrated H Iii'lit Commercial Club L'oikIucIh One HSr of (lie MoM Suct-rfiil Welcomes B$jj ,0 Knllrond mid Other Kfl I'romlucnl OMcliils B&l' One of the niout successful cclobru- Bljf' lions ever given hero was that of the H$K udvent of tlio Interurban into Ut all Hs county. Two hundred visitors from B9 Hull Luke county wore met us they Hf disembarked from the thrcu Inlcrur- H bun curs by the Lehl Silver Hand, Hi I ICO high school students, ofllclals of H( J the I.ehl Coiiiinercliil Club and liun- Hi' drtds of other citizens. As tlio (lis- HH(, litigulshcd visitors dlscmbarked the H i1 Silver lluml played, lifter which the HH .' high ochool gave one of Its famous Hf ' ' ' - Uovcrnor William Spry, lending Salt Bi i I.aku City ofllcluls, the Bail Lake Com- Hi morclul Club and the Interurban olll- Hj ' elalB, the olllceru of seven Salt Lake 1 , County Commercial clubs, nearly nil Hj ' ' of whom brought their wives, were Hj ,M i among tho dlBtingulslied visitors. Hf k Hundreds camo from American Fork Hl ,'rt mid other settlements, and certainly f jfj from a point of numbers mid dlstlii- Hi!H 4 gulslicd visitors tho event was n suc- HIj" ccbs, Tho Tabernacle wan crowded H? f I f i(l tlio program was excellent. B '11 i After music by the wllver baud, pray- H L(R ei' by (he chaplain and a song by the k ; Halt Luko City (luartctte, President S. J ; , , W. Ross of the Lehi Commercial Club Hf "t delivered tho address of welcome and H yi then Introduced Secretary W, K. Ilop- H U' kluu, who acted as toastmiiBter. The H A 'J balance of the program follows: 1 ', Itcsponso W. C. Orein, president Salt H l.ako & I'tuh Hallway company. H'J i Urgati Solo Mrs. Abe Anderson, i Address Coventor William Spry.. H'v Music League nuarteltc. H" i "What, the Interurban Means to Salt $1 Lnko" A. J. livnns. Hrfi "What tho Iutcrurbnii Menus to Utah j t County" W. O. Farrcll. HlM Onc-Mlnuto Toasts Mayor Qurncy of Hv f Lehl and other prominent visitors. H'wijtj Solo Prof. Abo Anderson. HKf4 A - Address Attorney II. J. Moore. M ,. Selection Silver band. iKii '; ! After tho program the Salt Lake City Hrjf i, ' n"d county visitors were treated to .u 5 j sandwiches, cake nud rcf rcuhmonts In V''5,in l'' HBacmbly rooms by the ladles of H-ito) tho Comtncrclul Club. ThlB feature HtiWv was much appreciated by the visitors. iiiWt fsir ! rl,c danc( wa0 iittendc'd by cvery- H'hJ ' hqdy Kl uvC KH'h to it dunce, and by njl' i " many besides. Tho gnllrry was also H) filled. Tho committee did well la nr- H'tn ranging for two bands and continuous H il dancing, us In this way only wau It Ht! ' "hlc to take euro of tho big crowd. H it ' Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves Hf ! notwithstanding tho record-breaking Hi. Prenidcut Oreni and tho Interurban K" ofllclals were delighted with (ho rccep- H i Hon and esprcsBcd high, hopes of tho H successful operation of tho new road. H' , Tho regulnr schedule will commence H ' Monday March 'X There will be four olird per day from each cud, leaving at H 7:45 and 10:30 a. in. uud, 1:30 and 5:30 , i o -- B New Hotel For Lehl 'i 'Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cutler of Salt H Liiko City will, take over tho Cutler H residence on State street and operate H it as ii llrHt-clasu country hotel. Tlie H place will bo repainted and retltted B with hotel fluulturo to convert It Into H moJern ( ' Desl'Jefl cohductlnc It as a hotel for 1 the general public, tho management ii , expect to specially cater to tho ac- B I commodatlou of the automobile traf- ' H i The new hotel iu specially adapted H'l for u country hostelry, and with Its , broad verandas and Bpaclous lawns ji should be a great attraction to the H I traveling public. H Mr. Cutler is n boh of T. It. Cutler H ami is n 'former resident of Lehl. IIIu H many friends will bo glud to lear.ii of f his return to Lehi, K Tho hotel will be opened within the H lie'xt thirty days. ' City Solons Meet KJ i HB (Viurnl Itrldge (her Dry Creek Vie- HB' ' tr .Miituu Mmle L'lly Sexton. RQ There was a regular session of the HB t:Il" council last Tuesday ovcnlng. All H the members woro present except HH Councilman Hopkins. HO Ceorge IlnriiB was present and stat- B ed tho bad condition of titer oa'ls pant HCm' his residence. The matter was re- Hr . fened to the committee on streets, H . with power to act. HD ' 11. W. Cray wau present and stated R that should tho city decide to pur- Hh. cliiiBo it motorcyclo ho would like to H supply It. HKr Mnrk Shaw, representing several of HD the resiik'iitu or Sego Lilly street. Bff" ahked for the extension of the water BV lunliis to -their homes. The matter k iih referred to Counellmnu Gilchrist, L villi power to act. HH.) 'I he committL-o to whom was re- HJ ' ferred the erection of n cement bridge HH" over dry civck on Ueeoud West street HJ( . repotted that an cntlmate of $nifi had Hrawi ' been obtained. Tlio council fiuorcd HuHHH " (:,l('"l"'i' bridge and tho mutter was HJHHHHH i ef erred back to the committee. HHHr 3HH Andrew FJeld, In behalf of the coin- HHV jHHW uiittee who got out tho History of HrSI ',' fiUETj I'c'1'1, UI)k0(l "l!t tho city purchnso HHHJH2f several of the bunko for Its use and fHHHB for free dl .trlbution to certain libraries HHHh! ""a culle2, TbQ raumbers all fa- Ivored doing soinellilng and the matter wiib referred to the library commit tee. A recommendation that street lights, olio at tlio railroad crossing on KlnH KiiBt street, and three on Sego Lilly street, bo erected, was adopted The cemetery committer i eportd that the old pipe nirn.Tiy Uji.1 hi the tity cemetery was not strong enough to stand the presume of the city water mains The committee wus author ized to make the uecesBnry improve ments and have the cemetery put in a satisfactory condition. The matter of renting a building for llurnry purposes wan referred to the committee on library, it may be that the city may purchase a building of its own. The city marshal was instructed to arrange the city jail so that the ordi nary hobo will not occupy tho same iitmrtcrB where local offenders are placed. Tire city marshal was appointed and iiuctalued uh ball commissioner, Victor Mason was appointed as sex ton and tlio appointment wau sus tained. Gordon Hukcr wan appointed as dog tnx collector. W. S. Kvaiib was appointed as build ing inspector, and Hie appointment : was sustained. " 'Hie usual budget of bills was al- I lowt d. i First Passenger Gars Lehi to Salt Lake City KIkIiIi People ( Soil Lake Temple On First Special Train. Tlio first passenger cars to leave Lehi that curried paid passengers on the Salt l.ako & Utah railroad, tho local Interurban, pulled away from the depot grounds at six minutes after r o'clock Thursday morning. Thcic were two curs connected together, though the englnen wqro operuted In both cars. The train was iu charge of Thomas Haln, inotorman, and Thomas Russell, conductor. V. Peter son, superintendent of motor equip ment, wau on board, also C. IJ. Hunker and F. 13. Decker, two Salt Lake news paper men. Tho Lehl puBacngcrs, all of whom wont up to tho Salt Luke Temple, were: Mr. and Mra. A. J. Uvans, Mr. and MrB. J; II. Curdner. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Huslcr, Mr. and MrB. Henry Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. 13. II. Davis, Mr and Mrs. Klmor Peterson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Kllsha Peck, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Levi PhlllJpu, Mr. nud Mrs. 13. A. Uuahmnn, Mr. and Mrs. 1311 Kendull, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Sr I. Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ulmstcad, Mr. ami Mm. Parley Austin, Mr. mid Mrs. L'no3 Jack, bun, Mr. uud Airs John Rone, Mr. and Mrs. .1 N. Hull, Mr, and Mra. Jumeo Klrkham, Mr. and Mrs, Walter WoolliK den, Mr. and Mrs. M. U Uuuhman, Mr. and Mra. William h I3vann, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hiiusoii, Mr. and Mm, John fJrown, Mr. and Mru, Ileber C. Webb, Mrs Andrew FJeld, Mra. Annie May-' berry, Mrs. Heber Allied, Mrs. Thomas RiiHson, Mrs. L'inniu Hriggs, Mrs, Annie Uone, MIsh Rachel Gumey, Mis3 Svbyl Winn, Mrs, John Heldqulot, Mru. Sarah Klrkham, Mrs. Mary Klrkham. MrB. Richard Rlchey. MrB. Joseph Wnulass, Mrs, Gcoieo RusBoii, Mrs. T. F Klrk ham, Mrs. Arthur Hrndder, Mru. J. J. Gill, Mru. John Street, Mru. John Stok er, Mrs. Mary Winn, Mro. Jennie St. Joer, Mra. Suel Zimmerman, Mr. W. F. Gumey, Mr. U. W. Ilrown, Mr. Fred Merrill and Mr, Ad Hunger. The fares wete JI.Uu for the round trip. i Stake Priesthood Meeting Notwithstanding the M. "I. A. held its separate meeting In tho First Ward meetinghouse, the Lehl Tabernacle was tilled at the stake prleBthood meeting Sunday. There were a num ber of distinguished visitors at the union meeting Apostlo Heber J. Grant or Salt Lake City, Judgo Rollap ol Ogden, Lou J. Haddock and J. C. HogeiiBon of tho Agricultural College. Judgo Rollap was tho principal speaker before dividing Into sections, His theme was the service to God lor tho Baku of lovo rather than for tho hope of other reward, A song was rendered by a double mixed quartette rrom the Second Ward. President Clark presented the ques tion or purchiiBlng seats ror tho Stake Tabernacle, Ily a unanimous tote the committee wiib instructed to purchase tho necessary seatH at n cost of ap proximately $5,000. Pews will bo UBcd tor tho main auditorium and chairs for the balcony. Uuell Allred, who has been doing missionary work iu Somonu, guvo u report of hla work In the South Sea Islands. Thomas L. Chlpman and Leonard T. Harrington, who recently returned from Japan, gave a moat Interesting leport of their missionary labors among the orientals ami also sang "Count Vour Many IllesBlugs" in the Japanese language, JJUlor Chlpnian having assisted In tho translation. Arthur Rradder, who leaven this vr.i'k for a mission to Great Ilrltaln, Haw a brief nddiesa. i.r.iii sinu:.vr IIO.MMtm Mr Lesley Goutro, a fieshnian at the University of Utah, was pledged Into the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity last week The P) Kappa in a national "fiat" and offers social, Industrial and scholubtic advantages, which are in valuable to a Htiidcnt who is found suf Jtetuitly nuulllKd tp merit them Boys' and Girls' Club l'repimitl'nis Helng Mmle for Aclhr Work During the Siimmci' Months. l)o)u' and Girls' Clubs wau the theme discussed nt two sessions of the Al. I. A. stake ollicers, held In" Lehl Sun day. ApoBtlc llcbcr J. Grant, Proi. J. C. llogenson and Lou J. Haddock delivered addresses and helped to for mulate the plana ror summer work. Considerable time was also spent In arranging ror the closing ucuson's contests in oratory, music and story tc'llug. There lino been considerable agita tion or late with regard'to tho organ ization ot boys' and girls' clubs in tho communities of tho north end or our county. Hotli our schools nud our church organizations recognize tho Importance or stimulating greater In terest among our people Iu a larger and better output of farm products. It is gratifying to nolo that our citi zens arc hearty In their endorsement ot whatever hus a tendency to lm ptovo their methods of handling crops or animals. Relieving that more per manent results may be obtained by working with boyB and Igrls In the plastic period ol life, little systematic attempt has been mado In tho past lu the organization of agricultural clubs Tor older people. Tho boys and girls or today are tho men and women or tomorrow, "so that by working with them the results may not be so Imme diate, but they certainly will bo more sure. Tho purpose, then, ot orgonlz Ing boyB' and girls' clubs Is to interest tho youth In the fundamental activi ties ot our communities. Tho question now arisen, "Whose function is it to formulate these clubs and to direct their activities?" Logi cally, the task rails to tho lot ot the school, but several dlfllcultlcs stand iu the way of the school's doing tho work effectively, tho most Important of which being the fact that tlio teach ers arc not employed during tho Bum mer mouths, Just when their services, as far as club work la concerned, arc of tho most importance. Then again, teachers arc not assured of continued cmploymniit lu any particular com munity, and bo feel themselves at lib erty to accept tho position that pays tho highest salary. Clubs deserted lu this way are doomed to certain failure. To obviate tho trouble uud still to enlist tho professional assistance or school people, a fusion has been se cured between tho schools uud the Mutual Improvement nBsoclntloua of the Alpine Stake. It la hoped by this combination that tho gap between spring nud fall school will bu bridged Membership iu tho clubs is open to all boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 18. Special arrangements a ro being made to admit tlioac over 18, but nothing dclluito can bu an nounced at present. A club will bo organized at once In each bchoool dis trict, olllccred by a president, a vice president and a secretary, all ot whom to be chosen rrom the club member ship, A committee of rcupouslble pcoplo will be appointed to have gen eral advisory supervision over tlio club activities. In all piobablllty this committee will consist or the high Bchoot Instructor of agriculture, tho high school Instructor of domestic art and science, u member of tho btuke M. I. A. boaid, two ollicers of the local M. 1. A. and a representative citizen, The state and uutlounl governments will send out tho necessary literature treating upon the various activities. Club work will consist almost wholly of contests among club members in this and other communities lu tho growing or corn, potatoes, be'ts, man gles, tonititocn, cucumbers, cabbage, celery, raising of pigs and chickens, flower and vegetable gardening, bread making, canning fruitssind vegetables and sowing. A boy or girl may enter any one or more of these contests, At about the middle of September n i - -3- things to remember about our Millin ery: First. We trim to Milt jou, jour face mid .vour pocket. Seciiml. All our .Millinery comes direct from .Sew York, ensuring juii the verj latest lu Ntjle, mid at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Third. v Inn r 200 TRIMMED HAT3 (u Mice! from. This niiikcs Broadbcnt's the Leading Millinery lie the tlit to near n c Uonnel W'v Iiiih" au endless uuielr of New Spring Dress Goods All the Latest Ho Not Huy Until Yon Have SocifOuru Special Sale on ZEPHRA GINGHAMS Our entire Line of p(. uud Lie Llnghiims on sale for 14i nrd. Sugar )or sack.- ;.$4.78 Broadbent's Store Is (he Plan- to Do Vour .Miuiinlng. COAL . nu vu bring jou a loud. I'iiuuo us. i m - g M - AUTO SERVICE i . Owing to the very muddy condition of the roads making it impossible to 'i run automobiles we were of necessity compelled to discontinue the use of our J machines, but at the advent of spring J . we are happy to state that the service I has been reinstated and that our auto- I , f mobiles are again at your service. I 'V Just say when, the day, the hour, I ,;. the minute, we will be there. "-' I Our Auto Service is at Your Command I People's Co-operative Institution I THE BUSY DEPARTMENT STORE ON STATE STREET- I LEHI, UTAH. . v I stake fair will be held in which the cuntoutu will exhibit tho rcsultu of their summer work. Those scoring tho highest record will bo awarded substantial prizes, while badges and medals will probably bo dlutrlbutcd to others, according to merit. Winners lu the stake will be entitled to com pete for Btatu honors In the State Fair lu October. Tho entire work lu the stnko will bo supervised by a general committee composed of school and M. I. A. olli cers. This committee will launch the movement, check up upon tho work, provide lor public lectures and dem onstrations, and prepare for the fair, ulwuys being advised, to bo sure, by the local committees mid ollicers. Hoys and girls contemplating taking part lu any or the above named con tests should enroll themselves prompt ly la tho club. Your school teacher or mutual olllcer will bo able and glad to assist you lu becoming a member of tho club. I'areutH should investi gate, tho movement so that they will bo lu a position to advise with their boys and girls as to whether It Is pos sible to cuter the contest or not, re membering all the while that these contests merely tako up tho work that children aie uuually called upon to do lu the home, mid that becoming u con testant docs not iu tho least lucrcusu tho burden or any one; iu fact, It ns sistu very materially beemtsu It gives motive to tho child's work, lncrcusliig his Interest In It, making his duties both pleasant and agreeable. t. . i The largest and beat lino of wnll paper iu Utah county at Uhlpmau's Big lied Store. 14-lt MISSIONARY WINKS' AND lWHIINTS' I'llOUKAM Tin missionary wives and parents will meet at the homo of Drother and SlHtor John Ilrown, March 20. Fol lowing will bo tho program Opening Ueuiarku Mrs. John Ilrown. Song Mrs. Kuto Klrkham mid Mrs. Margaret Clark, Letter Heading Mru. J. H. Gardner. Heading Mia. Violet Wing. Song Mrs, John Brown Instrumental -Ilrown family. Letter neadlug.Mrs, Achali Sehow. Homo beautiful You can make It that If you get your (lower seeds at. People's Co-op. Tluv sell tho best. Ai'io (uiiai.'i; to in; oii;m;i. Within the next thlrtj dayn T. It, Cutler, Jr., will open an automobile garage and repair shop on Statu street. An auto garage has long been a necessity In u-hl. A repair shop Hhould get a lot of patronage, an thero Is no place between Salt Lake City uud I'rovo where expert lepalr work ran be dune Mr Cutler will equip hlu shop with the most modern machinery for vul canizing mid welding and will bo pre pared to do tho most Intricate work IVAIIHKN SCHOIV IS SKI.Kt'TEl) TO TAKE CIIAW.'i: OF COUNTY TOOK FA KM Warren Schow of Logan la to be the new superintendent of tho county poor farm, succeeding Mr. Dun Jones of Wellsvllle, who retires on April 1, to dovoto hlu attention to his own Inter- cstB. Tho chaugow ns made by the board ot commtssolncrs on Saturdt;. Mr. Schow Is said to be n Jiitui ot mucb experienco lu handling land IlkottitB in tho county poor rami.--Lngnu our- nal. . o . H Our auto service la at your scrrk&'H I'eople'B Co-op, HltH H More Light I for I Less Money I When You Use I EDISON MAZDA LAMPS I III thosu biibiiiyHS places mid homes whoro economy H is close-coupled to tlio conveniences and comforts of H every-dny life you will find tlio old style emboli . lamps steadily giving way to tlio newer, hetter and H brighter MnxditB which, while giving several turn's H as much light, cost very much less to use. H Our stock or Kdiuoii Mu.dau IH Is most coinpkte-ilel us IB demonstrate tho vmiouit ulzeu B for you, i.vi. IH Utah Power & Light Co, I -1 -S