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I'tnh mnilo goods, Tho IiIrIi flchool Biipplled ono musi cal number, which wan much appre ciated. Thoro wns on dlHploy samples of Lehi canned tomntocs, nnd a Back of Turkey Ilcd flour, two Lehi pro ducts. At tho Biipar factory tho cnrB wen switched off while the excursion were taken through the mill nud Bhown tho proccBB of making sugar from tho tlmo tho beets are Bllced till tho 8ackB of sugar are elevated to the big warchouBOB. II, S. Cutler mndo n Bhort nddrefis on Utah sugar, and eyory visitor was Riven u llttlo bottle of BiiRar aa n souvenir, Hlshop Andre FJcld flllliiR tholr bottloB. Tho visitor" d oxprcB8ed keen dcllRht with the wnrr Hf reception Riven by the people of l.ehl II Factory Makes 'Record Run Hit DurliiR the 24 hotira closing Tucb- H day morning tho sugar factory mad !" tlio greatest run In Its history, turn ing out 4.G13 bagf of HiiRnr, and not 45,013 ns reported. Tho best prevlou; HU run for 24 conoccutivo hours was Ii HK 1912, when 4,430 baRB wero turned HH out HU Over nineteen million pounds of Hl Bugar havo nlroady been inado till' B Reason nnd stocked In tho bin ware B) liousos. Tho ono near tho "wagon scale Bj iB filled to Its capacity, and tho nov Bj ono south of tho ofllco Ib lialf fill' Bl The now powor olovntor that lifts the Bj BuckB to tho celling is doing ottcctlv Bj work and dispenses with hnlf of the Bfl forco used In tho warehouse rooms of BB! former years. It ' - . Opening of the Letii J; Manager Mouahnn of tho l.ehl could B. not havo asked for u bettor respoiiBu HK; from the pcoplu on tils opcnliiR iiIrIH Hi which took placo last Monday. 10 very HI Boat wau filled, tho standliiR room BJ wns nil taken nud innny wero unable H to Ret In at all till nfter the first BBj BBj Tho house presented n nont, clean Bf appearance, tho Bents were comfortnb. HI ly arrniiRcd and "Mrs. yitim's Pud- Hft iIIiir," n flvo reel feature as well ai HS tlio comedy seemed to rIvo rooiI satis HB faction. The new projectliiR mnclilnf HB rIvo a more steady and clearer pic HB HB Tho Arcado Orchestra suiplled tin HB music and S. W. Uoss as president of LYCEUM ATTRACTIONS, H For the Season of 1915-16 H Are Announced, I MUSIC AND LECTURES HBJ Array of Tltnt Which It Scheduled to HB Appear Iter at Intirvali Through. HH out the Win tar. HH An anuuul Lyceum eiitertnlnrucni HB cotirso In now rvRiirded ns practically HH lndlspenHabln In nearly 16,000 Amerl HB can coiniuLiiltlefl, nud tho number In HB tiicreastuK with each year. HB Sumu one has truly said tbut a Ly BBBJ cmiui-attructlon, even though It failed BBBj to raise a higher tttamlard In tlio cum BBBJ uiunlty, at least uctcr lowered nn ox BH lstluff itnudard or In auy way left BBBJ a deletcrluis effect. Tills cannot be BBBJ said of inuny other kluds of ninuso- BBBJ nient nnd vntcrtnlument. BBBJ What tho wlutc eutcrtnlnmeuU BBBJ and lectures nio to bo In each com BBBJ uiunlty Is usually looked for t till - BBBJ time of tho year. The coursu luru thin BBBJ year wilt be made up of tho following BBC BBBJ The Orphean Musical Club, Smith BBBl Ilnmrnu, Thomns 11 rook a Fk'tchor nud the Old Homo Slugere, Supt BBBB Karl Hopkins and nil the pulilli BBBB school tciichers nro back of the 'ourt BBBB nnd assure us that this city nc.'er be BBBB' foro had four better number v iiei BBBB entcrtnliiinoiit will also piny In Hal BBBB '',lk(' c'i,v T1I( flrEt 0,10 t,le 0r lK l BBBB KliiRers, Is tho first uuiuber ud BBBB tppimi,' Moudar, .N'9 toiler ;' tho Commercial club made a five mlii uto talk of n house wnrmltiR nature. The work on tho front had not yet been completed, but It Is now finished and Is a credit to tho city nnd greatly Improves the appearance of that part of Main Street. o Jesse Smith Dies , .. At Advanced Age Was l'i eminent In l.'arly Settlement of l.ehl nud Held Mini)- Church Posi tion. .lesso Smith, nn early settlor nnd line of Lchl'a foremost citizens, closed a busy life when he succumbed to an attack of bronchial troubles about G o'clock Saturday evenlnR. Tho Tabeinnele was filled with his many friends nud relatives nt tho funeral boi'VIcch Tuesday afternoon. Ah k hM ' MIL JKSSK SMITH. (I'hoto by courtesy Salt Lako Herald Hepublleaii.) Jlshop James II. Unrdnor presided .mil was one of thu speakers. Kulogles vero also mndo by President A. J, Evnns, S. I. Goodwin nnd Bishop E. V. Ashton of tho LeGrnnd Word, Salt Lako City A featuro of tho sorvlceo wore tho musical numbers, a qunrtetto by Messrs Arthur Livingston and Joseph Ktrkhnm and McBdiHncs O. L. Kitting. er nnd Lcounrd Francom, with piano ncaompnnlmont by Miss oJnna Drad. shnw, n violin solo by Miss May And erson nnd organ accompaniment by Prof. J. J. McLcllnnd of Snlt Lako and. solos by Professors A. C. Lund nnd (onion Itccoo of tho B. Y. U nnd Miss Stella Thoruo or Lehi with ac companiment by Prof. McLcllnnd. Bis hop John Stoker dollovred tho opening prayer and Arthur 3. Wood of nlt Lako City tho benediction. Jcsbo Smith wns born In Ponsford, Summorsetshlre, KtiRlnud, May 14, I83rt. When 1 1 years of age, ho moved to Wales, whore ho worked In the mill mines. Ho was baptized n mom jber of the Mormon church In 1802, 3eorgo Comer performliiR tho cere mony. In Wales, ho also married Mrs. Mary Ann Price In ISfil, nud In ISfiG ho enma to Ptnh, locntlng In Lehi. It required eight weeks for their sail. I iiir vessel to cross tho Atlantic. Their trip across the plains In Cnptaln( Henry Chlpmnu's company was equal-' ly slow, both Mr. Smith nud his wife walking ulmnst tho entire dlstauco, white, an ox team pulled tho wagon with their belongings. For a yerr nftor coming to Lehi, they lied within tho old Fort Wall enclosure, then built n llttlo log cabin on tho lot where he lived nud died, and which nt that tlmo wna covorcd with sage brush. Ho was among the first to settle tho upper part of town. For several years ho worked at min ing In American Fork canyon nnd wiih actively engaged there In the days of the canyon railroad and tho old Miller mine nud smelter. Ho was only modorately successful In mining, but dovotcd nenrly all his I'tnh life to farming, being among the first to bring under cultivation the I bench lauds above town. Ho was uctlvo In both civil nnd church matters. In tho church ho held all tho olllces from deacon to high priest and was ono of tho sovon presidents in both tho C8th and 127th quorums. Ho wna also an active work er lu tho Sunday School for years. In civil matters ho was rond super visor for many years and nerved two tonus In tho city council, 1887-8S nnd 1SS9-90. Ho sorved ns tho locnl rep resentative of-tho Desert News for 19 years. Ills first wlfo died eleven years ago, two years later, October 19, 1906, he married Mrs, Sarah Ana Hedges who still survives him. Ho had ten hlldren. he flist four boys died I .ill) life Thos. surviving nr icorge A Smith, Assistant Oenernl Manager of th I'tnh Iduho Sugar Co., i;-8nrtor. John Y Smith of Salt .ik' tit;, Miu Mary Ullsworth, wife of Qerninn Ellsworth of thd Northern States Mission, Mrs. Srrah A. Pear son, wlfo of A. C. Pearson, Bupt. of the Idaho Falls Sugar factory; Jooeph F Smith, u prominent local musician nnd Jesse N. Smith In tho Lehi 'Sugar office. -- o Jesse Fox Injured Jcsso Fox fell from n hiiRgy Tuck day afternoon und, striking tho" ce ment pavement with his face, cjt the skin on nose and lips wldo open from tho eyes to his teeth, necessitatis; the doctor taking between fifteen nnd twenty stitches to closo up tho wound, nesldefl this the horso backed over his body and mndn many bruises, some ot them of nn Internal nntuo Ho a taken to tho hospital for treatment, nnd then to his house, where he I now getting along fine. Tho accident look plnco Just ns Mr. Fox wan going to get out of tho rig nt Hammer stablcB. o WILL GIVE BIG PARADE. Tho Thnnksglvlng carnival matiag era nro planning a big juvonllo parade for Monday afternoon, tho opcnliif day. Every boy or girl lu tho c who has a dog cart, a Shetland pony a tricycle, a team of gou'R or a coast i wagon, who will get lu tho tho pnradr will bo given a frco ticket to tho day night vnudovillo chow, -and tin two best characters represented wll bo given season tickets to nil th sIiowb for the entlro week. The pa rado will start from tho Tabernacle at 4 o'clock, Monday, and nil who T tnko part should report to Stanley OudmundBen or Morris Roberts. Funeral Services For Mrs Am Crabb BBBBBBBBBBBBHhkj hhYVJVQhhYJbk HHHrtI "HHK BvBvM BRp BBBV&'-v: ' Wwm iSBixBSBCr .B!ss'l If'aHB?? JmkJZ&M .jhIhVhVhVhVhVvhVhK1 SbbbBbSM HvHH'm 'Mfll MKS. ANN CRAUIl. (Photo b-courte8y Snlt Lake Herald nopubllcnu.) Funeral cervices were held Sunday nftornoon'for Mrs. Ann Crabb, an ac count of whoso death appeared lu our Inst Issue. The services wero well attended nud the speakers all paid high tribute to tho high character and motherly lovo of tho decensed, Bishop James II. G-ardncr presided and wus also ono of tho speakers. Other speakers wero President A J Kvnns, Prof. W. K. Hopkins, Wllllatn Wing and Patriarch James Klrkham Mrs. O. L. Klttlngcr sang a solo, tho choir, undor tho leadership of Thomas Klrk ham, supplying tho other numbers. Among thoso from tho outside who enmo to tho funeral woro: Charles Crabb and family of r.lslmore, Mrs. Annie McCraeken nnd tloughtor, Sarah, and Mr und IMrs William Scrowther of Smlthfleld nHHHP'" THANKSGIVING Carnival Week Commences MONDAY I November 2 i Official Program For Thanksgiving Cannivnl Tho Thanksgiving Carnivhl com. menelng Monday promises to absorb nil tho Foelol functions going next week. There will be five enleitnlnmonts in the Iloyal Theatre, ecry evening ' .'a the week excepting Tuesday w hen tho most novel mu3lcalo ever given In Lehi will be given In the Tnberiinclo. INpcrt pet formers will play on every known Instrument, Including tho org an, concertina, zither, flute, mandolin, violin, guitar, tin whistle, Jews hnrp, clarinet, trombone, cornet, piano, saxophone, plrolo, hnrplute nnd ninny others Interspersed between these selections will be dialect readings. There will he two vnudovlllco or phiycttcH nnd vaudeville stunts. Be sides local talent some will ho Im ported from Provo and Snlt Lake Either during or after both vaude villes will bo tho regular program or motion pictures. Tho two plcturo nights, Thursday and Friday, special features have been engnged and sonio new and novel vaudovllle numbers will be worked in between tho reels on Thursday alght Thursday being Thanksgiving duy, theip will bo a Go matinee In the afternoon for the children. 1'ildny will be dance night. Mnn Invocations will bo Introduced to make It a night long to bo remember ed A turkey will bo given uwny. the younge clement will bo there be eauso of the deciding game to bo played between the F.vsh"mcn nnd Seniors of tho High School, nnd the older ones will bo there because It Is the married folka danco of tho season. Tho Lehi Home Dramatic club has not been beforo the public for bo long that their appearance Saturday night will probably tax tho capacity of the Iloyal Theatre. Thoro will also be a matinee for the children Saturday afternoon. fnfetorln The Uollcf Society ladles will have charge of tho meals which will be ssrved In cnfcterla ntylo. Commenc ing Tuesday, dinners will br served from 12 to 2 nnd suppsrs from rr.30 o-ua TtuiEilnvchlgkcu. nnd roast beef will bo served. " Wcdnosdny two little pigs will bo roasted whole. Thursday will bo tho big Thanks giving dlnnor with Turkey, geese, ducks, cranberries, mlnco and pump kin pies, cranberry sauce and nil oili er accessories. Friday will be fish day when rain bow trout, salmon, halibut and other fish will bo served. Of course on nil these other days other meats will nl so bo sorved. The meals will ho In Iho basement of the TubernncV Thcro will be music during meals. TlrHlnar Tho bazar features will bo free, ami probably bo tho chief attraction for tho ladles. Tho alcovo on tho south sides of the assembly room will be do. voted entirely to ladlos' art nnd fancy work for exhibition purposes only On tho allien of tho main renin will be boothB filled with nrtlclcs for wear tor salo, and lu tho center will be the Y. L. M. I. A. booth with nil kinds ot candles and refreshments. Thcro will nlBO bo gypsy tents, etc., in the corn ers. Tree Auto lllile A dozen nutomoblfis will n on duty tivory evening to take tlm pen plo from the assembly rooms to tho Itoynl Theatro, bo that everybody who takes supper or visits tho bazar wll1 bo taken frco to tho cntertalnmnte .epplin and Fiee Tickets The coinmltteo plana to sond up nn Illuminated 'epplin bnloon nt the Tnberiinclo ut 7 o'clock Tuesday night nnd at tlio Iloyal Theatre pvery othc night. When tho ballona aro 1,000 fret lu the air u big German bomb will be exploded , which will turn looso r dozen frco tickets to tho show eacl night. Tho boyj who got those ticket will bo admitted free. PROF. J. H. PAUL TALKS ON BIRD.? Prof. Joshua II. Paul of tho Stat Vnlvorslty, vlslled most of tho cliiasc of the Lehi puhllo schoola Thursdas and gave talks to tho students on birds nud nnturo studies. In tho evening h talked to tho parents In the Tabor naclo along similar lines, No ono v tho stnto Is bottor ncquiiintett win bird llfo than Prof. Paul, and fow ear glvo such good reasons for protecting them from destruction Leo. W. (Louies 1 1'dertnker and HiuL.iluur Open Dry and Night Phone CI J No More Doctor Bills when you replace the old stove with H Cole's Original Hot Blast! '$ ' Because It Gives -cieniinMndiiif. !., suits not excelled by anrbutl' Even, steady heat day and burner selling ai U tea In prictBl night wli little attention, Instead Th . MUi .. Iv. i.mi.i 'Bl of the hot .nd cold changeable f t? chl d .SnftB results of the old stove. i,.,,,- .r. .!, n.. '"U0PP7 -The .Uilinx base heat makes T , n 1, T I ' floors warm and comfortable for , Besides nil thlr, the RimmtriH ijh the baby. 'uel saving roTli pajrs for UuH A warm breBkfast room and "lve' Burns nryfuel-hrdco,Hj'-' early morning comfort by simply 80 coa of wooJ- HU" opening the hot blast fuel-snving If you linvc an tje forcombnBB draft on the coal put in stove the and economy yen will comiltH M night before. today. H i' "Cole't Hot Blait Makct Your Coal Pitt Lett" H Avoid Imitation Look fur Colt't on Fiid Door Ha People's Co-op Inst. AI : THE BUSY STORE ON STATE ldalittttil n 3 STREET. ggil l LEHI. VTAH S"aj A XKW 1LVILY PAPEK. to !tho houses beforo breakfutHr" Commonclug Monday, November 22, morning by eight carrier. ThH u dally paper will ho Issued In Lehi. por will have a short life u luH f It will bo full ot news and ndvertiso- number will bo Monday, NotembH 1 montB. Everybody In tbwn will bo r. and tho last Issue will be SitBJ subscriber, as It will bo dlstrlbuteu November 28. H , Hth Qrem Interurbal; ELEOTRIO SERVICE SALT LAKE TO SPANISH JOB TWLX'IiY ALL Dally Freight SAFE, COMEmH- STEEL TUAINS Serrlco Uetneca CLEAS, H - EVK11Y .DAY. All Points. COMFOKTIBlH . USE THE "GOOD SERVlOE" LINE H Milcago books good ono year from date ot purobace und unrptrH' J us o uso, on snlo at all Btatlons. v H OUEM EXPRESS OPERATES ON ALL TRAINS' H I -NH LEHI .. H Depart for .Spanish Fork , Depart tor Salt Lut H 7M5 a. m. 4:28 p. m. 7:31 a. m. 4:44 p.B H 8:28 n. in. C:28 p. m. 8:50 a. m. C:44 p. H 10:28 n. in. 7:28 p. m. 10:44 a. m. 7:44 ! m t2:28 p. m. 0:28 p.m. 12:44 p.m. 9:44 p. a H 2:28 p. m. 12:48 a. m. 2:44 P. m. " " I I1 H AMERICAN FORK Depart far Snanhh Fork Deptrt for Salt JUke 7.C3 n. m. 4:6 p. m. 7.91 m 4:35 p. m- H' 8:35 n. m. 0:35 p. m li ? "' 6 85 9. 10:35 n. m. 7-37 p. m ,: m 7 37 l v. H 12:35 p. m. 0:35 p. m. ai o S 9:35 p. a. H 2 35 p. m. 12:56 a. m. l J Si 11:40 p' "' H " """" "'"' bVJ PLEASANT GROVE , . H Depart for .Spanish Fork Depart for Salt U" H 8.01 n. in. 4MQ p. m. 7:13 a. m. !;5 P- H 8.46 a. m. 6:46 1. S. 8 82 a. m C:2G P. 10: a. in. 7:46 p. m. loi26 a. m. J: f- H i2M6 p. m. 0M6 p. m. 12:26 p. m. 9:?C p. n- H 2M6 p. m. 1:04 n. m. " "r ji m ,,,a1 " a" H ICIDK.IM SHIP VIA JljlEM U.NK. ,M SMOKE. NO tilNUKIffl. .10J!M tedious work are very apt cfeo I to result in Headaches or 1 other Pains. Don't suffer, i " ll DIZZY SPELLS. DK. MILES .w orv becm. u fl ANTI-PAIN PILLS T2."l"SX,'l Ml '11 , P0""- l CUU rOt I will quickly drive your " w 0ppc," ww I Pain away, and LSnUS 5- I . . , ttHrajrKaTBinolwlJj; Dr. Miles' Nervine "1 ?r tSX I will ass ist you by relieving JSTuT I the Nerve Strain. taJ;8'';. Toi 1 IF FIRST DOX, OR DOTTLE. FAILS 3Zi FltUbui BU I TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR MONEY Newcastle. l WILL DE REFUNDED. . Jk .ll,Min , ,, M