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I The Lehi DepartmentJ 3w " " ' -.- Big Parade July Fourth Uullluu of Dn.'s l'rograiii, mill Mil of Committees Mho Will .Make the Hlg- , I gent Celebration In Local Ulstorj. Tho big feature of Lehl'B Fourth of I i July celebration will bu tliu purudo at I a o'clock lu tho forenoon. The floats 1- a will bo something different from othei h years. There will bo nineteen floats l i representing different phases of tlu iW& natlon'H history of aspects of our n;i- M tlonal lire, besides a long list of mcr- IH chant's and tradespcoide. One of tlu H committee uays that the parade will 9B bu a mile, and a tiuartor long. HH Following Is a general summary ol the. program for tlio day: 1 Salutes Day llreak. EH 2 Unfurling Staro and Stripes HH Sun Itlso, H 3 Serenading by Hands Sun Itlso hHJ 4 Longest, most npproplate, inns jSH uuliiuu Street Parade, ever seen here H 5 Housing Patriotic Program- I DB 10:30 a. in. HH C Chlldrcn'fl Sports Something H Doing 1 p. m. HH 7 Hall Game 3 i. in. HH 8 Novel sports of many kinds HH after Halt Oamo. HH In addition to above a children'! HH daiico wll be given lu SiiiuIu'h Hal B at 3:30 p. m. Also Grand Hall al HH HHj General Comniltlct'. HW1 J. C. Hanks, Chairman; F. A. Child HJB Secretary; D. J. Tliunnnn, Leonard HHJ Peterson, Mrs. W, C. EriiBt nnd Mlsi HHJ M7zlc Urlggs. HMJ Committee On .Salutes. HHi Hebcr Hart and Clins Heck. HHJ Committee on Serenade. H Melvln Snutln and Herbert Tayloi HHJ Coniinltlec on Flag. H Marshall J. S. Evans. HHJ Committee on Parade. ' H J, C. HankB, A. I,. Yates, Olaf Oltn' mM stead, Mrs. lone Gilchrist and Mrt H Thomas Taylor, HH Committee on Klnanre. gjffl v, a. Child, II. P. Allml, Chriutlai Bnl Knudson, Henry Lewis, James Peter HHlW sou and Suel Zimmerman. I K& Committee on Sports. Hn D. j, Tliunnnn, W. A. Knight HHU Hrnrcn P. flnrff. 11. M. Ilnvlc. Jr H W. S. Uvaiis, Abo PhllllpB and K. I. HHJ 9 Committee on Program. HHV Leonard Peterson, G. A. Goatcs IH James Carter, Ivy Thomas, Vara Tny BBg lor and K. J. Child. HH Coniiiiltlee on Decoration. HH Mrs. W. C. Kriist, Alex llrown, Win HB Hadtlold, Cliolla DavlH, Mabel Hrlggs iH Foru Gough and Victor Mason. HH Tho commltten on Parade held I ft meeting Monday night and decided (i HHI ns n" morchauts and trades pcopli flD to enter floats. Following nro tho or HHi gnnlzatlons and the floats they hav HHJ been aBked to get up: WM United States Flag D. U. Soclet) H aoddess of Liberty '.'nd War. HHJ Young Ladles. HH Utah Hoo 1 1 ho OlrlB 1st Ward. H Relation of U. S. to Mexico and oth Hl cr nations 2nd Ward Young Men. HH Heller of Holglans Primary Is BBV Service, to Humanity Scouts am H Club B Tho Melting Pot Schools. HH lied Cross 3rd Ward Young Ladles HH Georgo and Martha Wushlugton- H 4th Ward Y. M. and Y. L. H Evolution of Lincoln 1st Ward HH HH Indians Arthur Saby. H Morchaut and Trade Floats Husl HH uess Men. H Agricultural Products II. S. Agrl HB cultural Club. HH Development lu Agriculture Farm HE crs Society of Equity. HJl Float Athejilaii Club. HB Float Commercial Club. R Float Mothers' Club of Now West HE Fire Apparatus Fire Depnrtiuon Hs HH Float Home EconomlcB Club 3 Hi Ward, H Tho sport commltteo la nrranglnp BB a one of tho best programs over ghci Hi here. Hcsldes tho regular program o' BO races, greased poles, pigs, etc., then Hi will bo a baseball gamo between Leh Kj and Llndon, after whluh wll) occur i SI broncho riding contest: some of the KH wildest bronchos lu the state helm EM used for this purpose. Tho detailed Hm program for tho wholo day's cport Kg' will bu In our next Issue. is Andrew Drysdale m f: Dies at' Cedar Fort H '.J Mr Andrew Drysdale of Cedar For1 1 .1 lilfil Sunday from typliold-pnoumont. I after an Illness of Icsb than a week HHk " the Monday before ho was in BHK Luhl to see his wlfo who ton days be- 9BHB foro had undergone nil operation In HH tho local hospital for appendicitis. m Mrs. Drysdale loft thn hospital to be m at tier husband's Lcdsldo at tho time ,y JE'jyy kirfV&fre-Ay - t-y " , of lils doath, Mr. Drysdale was about 10 years of ago and had lived In Cedar Fort all his life, whero ho waB engaged In farming. Ho leaves n wlfo and five small clldrcu, one boy and four girls, tho youngest of whom Is but four months old. Cedarstrom Case is Reversed in Washington Cedarstrom Jluni'tur .Mil (id Ills 'J Hie. A decision in tho coutcat case ot Tlior CedarHtrom Involving proof right m bl acres ot laud near Saratoga dprlngs claimed under homestead oii ry, was received at tho Salt Lake .leld ilhlslun of tho general laud of ilco from United States Laud Com nlsslouer Clay Talman at Washing ton Monday, li reversed the decision of several months ago madu by form er Receiver M. M. Kulghn, which was favorablo to the entryman. Tlio caso carried up to tho com ..Ijsio :. b J. hit A .jinlth, special agent lu charge rf hearings with the dalt Lake field division of the gene ral land office The decision against Cedarstrom .van made upon tho ground that the evldeuco showed failure to compl) with tho law as to requirements ol residence. Cedarstrom however will not lose his entry but will bo permitted to use tho subsequent work In making a new final proof. The decision continues: "Tbe testimony iw submitted clearl ihows that while i: house was electee n the laud and scltluucut was ertab Ished, no part or the laud was cult I atcd during the lime ot entry, ant 'lie claimed presence of tho claimant ii tho land at night rests upon lilt wn unsupported ctntmicnt. "It has been mado plainly evident rom the testimony adduced, both oi i ho part of thn government and tin lalmant, that ho him not mado such oiupllance with the requirements j ommutntlon law us tho samo pre crlbes and requires, In view, how vcr, of tho fact that tho clalmnnl undo settlement and previous to th ubmlsslou of proof erected additional nd substantial Improvements on tlu and. anil his uood faith bIuco maul- 'ested In tho procuremfnt of a wnter Ight and Irrigation ditch, the. plowing if fifty acres end considerable cultl atlou and shown rcsldenco upon tip and, the commutation proof as riiIi nltted Is rejected, your decision tnndl led and tho entry held Intact Bubjce' o tho submission of a new and satis 'aetory proof within the statutory pe lod ' Vlimic War In Jordan Narrows Commencing July 1!5 and lasting un til the 31st tho Utah National Guard .v 1 1 1 engage In mimic batllen on the military reservation between Jordan S'arrows and Tlckvlllo northwest of Lehl. Tho officers of tho natlonl guard iro now attending special schools ol instruction lu Fort Russell, Wyoming, Monterey, CM., anil Fort Sill, Okla. Prior to July 5 the men will be given target practice and special training it Fort Douglas and will then mow camp to tho state military reserva tion to engage lu tho mimic warfare Thoro will bo special excursion? on tho Orom Road to seo the mnneuvers which will bo real battles as nearly as It is possible to mnko them. Tho Federal government Is pnylii" all expenses and because of the con ditions In Kuropo r Insisting on prnc Ice that will make the. men vnluabl" lu ease of war. New Features For Lehi Opera Houso. The Lehl Opera House management has signed up with tho World Film Co. for special features each week which will bo run every Frldtn mid Saturday, tho sorvlco commences next rtpok. Thin now gles Manager Garff connection with tho World and I'M versal, two of tho best and biggest film companies In America .ii lilt. I!. V.. t.(MV.V.S TO Tl K Dr. K. G. GowaiiH, state superlnien dent of public Instruction, will ib Mver a talk at the Second Ward P. M8' CIrsb Sunday morning The pub He Is generally Invited. tVII.COX WANTS M)Tlli:it MATCH Marty Wilcox and William Gum nf Cedar Fort were lu Lehl Monday. M. Wlleox was trjlng to got a mntch with Poto Vosuos tlio young Lehl Grei K Wlleox offers to wagor 2ri as n ul'"- i lici that he can net two falU out of threo. Wilcox hat Ixton doing some training In Salt Lake since his first wroBtllns with Voaiios. Telephone Company Offers Compromise! It Milling to Restore Four-Party Str ike hut Insists on Justice of Charge Iktneen Tonus. Mr. A. O. Krnuss of the Uoll Tele phone Company held n meeting Satur day with tho Lehl committee, who arc promoting tho new system. Ho went Into the details of tho system very thoroughly, showing tho sources of revenue and expenditures, his figures Indicating that even with tho present rates, the telephone company was not making any money from the local ex change. Ho explained that tho tele phone company would, us a compro mise, grant those who desired It a four-party service, charging therefor tho old party rate of $1.75 per month, and $2.00 per month for the two-party lines. The compnny would howoter, Insist on tho toll charge for talks between the towns In this county, chnrglng 5 ccttts per call, but making no charge unless tho party got his man. Tho company will try thin system for threo months commencing July 1st and If tho system Is not satisfact ory, then It Is willing to tako tho mat ter up with tho commltteo again. Mr Kruuss said that a count had been made, on calls and that CO per cent of tlio local calls between Lehl and tho other towns were by non-sub-8cribcrsi and '10 per cent between Pleasant Grovo and the other towns. Tho general committee from tho three towns will meet nnd dlsctiBS the pro positions. In the meantime tho com mittee, Is going ahead securing fran chises from tho different cltloa pre paratory to the organization of a new company. Thoro Is n disposition among many who are helping In tho ngltatl'on for a now company to drop tho matter If the. old company would go a little further In Its compromise nnd charge tho 00 nnd 40 per cent of non-subscribers, but permit tho subscribers to talk freo between tho towns aB at present. Tho leaders of tho move ment say that thla Is tho sticking point. n 0, R. Society Entertains Salt Lake Visitors Ono of the most successful soda ovents of tho senBon was tho enter taining statu olllclr.lB of the D. It So ciety by tho Lehl chapter at Saratogc Springs Wodncsdny. Tho Salt l.ak ladles were met at tho Orem station with a sight seeing nuto, and nftei being shown tho attractions of Lelil Including tho big Irrigation pumps a tho head of Jordan Ulver, they nr rived at the springs lu time for thr banquet which was served In the uov ry. The national colors were, used I profusion and tho tables wero decor ated In bluo and buff (lowers, the Lehl chnpter's colors. A program, consist lug of singing "America," a speolp 1 - Band Concert and MOTION PICTURES Royal Theatre TUESDAY, JUNE 29th. I Vocal Selections, Band Music and Pictures. A REAL, RARE, BIG TREAT. Twice Your Money's Worth. Como out and help the I boys buy now uniforms.. mmmammmmmmmwmmmmmm j GREAT MILITARY DRAMA 1 The Girl I Left I Behind Me. I 1 5 ROBERT EDESON and CLAIRE WHITNEY, supported by I an all star cast of Broadway Favorites, present David Belas- co's spectacular drama "THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME" lu produdiitf.tho screen version of this first and Kronlcsl H success of David Bclnsco, the scenes of the plttv are laid in H and around a lonely frontierjiriny post in the old Indian H days, and in older that the vivid atmosphere of the piece be H -retained to the fullest extent, tho ontire company was sent to H Fort Assiuahoiue, Montana. There, amidst the rujwd western scenery, with real cav H airy troopers, and with real Indians the scenes of this virile military drama were enacted for the camera. It has received the warm endorsement of high armv ati H thorities, who rejrard its production, partieitlarly at this H time, as beiiiK an incentive to patriotie feeling, the value of H which is imjwssihle to overloolc. H Don't fail come and bring the children to see this great war picture. Wednesday & Thursday, next week wntulyihst!1 I H-O-T-A-L T-HE-A-T-R-B - I LEHI THE HUB OF ATTRACTION UTAH I prayer for pence, by Mrs George Smith, welcome nddress by Uof, i Mi-b. K. M. Jones, toasts and reflpoues by the local members and visiting la dies and a closing with the club soiif Hathlng was Indulged In. There wi a period of sauntering, nfter wh' light refreshments were servcl am tho return trip made lu lime for f C:4t car for homo, Tho visiting Indies wero: Mrs. Cart right, state regent; Mrs. Allco Mer rill, homo vice regent; Mrs. W. N Williams, secretary; Mrs. (leorgo A Smith, Mrs. Mnrla Y. Dougall, Mrs Clark, Mrs. Hyde, Mrs. Willie ,Mn Kate Wells and Mrs. Homo. 1 u WEDDING BELLS Juno makes Its exit with manj weddings to Its credit. There wer three weddings of popular Lehl young people this week. All being performed In the Salt Lake. Temple, Inst Wed nesday. Miss ICinnin CoateH tho popu lar church and school worker of tie First Ward and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo II. Goatcs was marrl I to Abu I'hllllps, the local high sehol professor anil son of Mr. George l'hl' llpB, Doth nro members of pioneer families of Lehl They will oceup tho Mrs. Juunlo Webb home on Third west BtrceL MIbb Huttlu Keathcrstono tho daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Feather stone was married to J F. Fitzgerald a member of ono of the popular fam ilies of Draper where they will mitkr their futitro home. Mr James C. Ilaiisnu a son of Mr nnd Mrs N C. Ilatisnu was uinrrh I to Mellnda I'arker of Ameilcan Fork Since returning from Ills mission lm years ago Mr. Hanson has boon mn ployed much of his time at Garflebi Minn I'arker Is a popular member nl the i)ungcr snt lu our Bister city. Only a fow davH now until tin 'Glorious Fourth" lu ulibh tn it ply yourself with slippers, hosiery and holldny necessities You can do tin best at I'eoplo's Co-op, Lehl L'ti-l't Salt Lake Boy Scouts Return Home Tho thirty Hoy Scouts from Salt Lake after spending a week at Sara toga returned to their home .Monday noon. Mr. U. W. Itlchnrdson their scout master stated that It was one of the most successful outings of the five that has been couductod during tho past five, years. Thero wob not an accident or an unpleasant feature connected with tho seven iltiyn camp ing The bojs too voted It tho time of their lives, they went Hwlmmlng twice each day both lu tliopltfl In tho lako. They caugbt tfl plenty, the little cats bitli(l Tltoy played games, took blttl led naturo nnd did cvcrftlbfl Hoy Scouts do. Several of tlv outs enmo down In automoblliH tho week. I Prof. Hlchardsou Mated im was delighted with tlio wfl comodatlons of tho resort ufl courteous treatment of id H Mr. O. M. Cutlor. Ho stated resort novcr wns moro clceM thla respect was equal to wB state. Ho also flpoko hlgilB treatment nccordeil him W ! clinntH of Lelil. I "dont worry- I Your pence of mind depends upon your l'rccdounjj woit.v. An account with a good strong bank,swl this one, gives you a feeling of assuranco tlwj ilnvo away worry. Wo should liko to talk wiWJJ about opening an account with us. I State Bank of Lehjl (Now Ready for Businel and conducting one of tho best Bakeries in tho Stal IW e curi a complete stock of bread, cakes, dotf nuts and all kinds of pastry. Cleanliness is our iw ami peiMuial visits and inspection are invited. I FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECT NEW HOME BAKERY Main Street, A' L BALL PrPriotor' V The Sanitary Market Sr J? .K Sh Jfr'S?' , You'll nnd thi'j u Bwcet mid lit l''r, Main Street, Lehi Phone 23 T'n ",uy y,,,lr "wf- "T TS "VfiiV uu Our prices nro Hi In i nd mm ,0 '