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B AMERICAN P6niC CITIZEN, SATTUnDAY, DBCEMnEll ll, 1M6.
I the Lehi Department I Wanders All Night ; I .loM'pli 1 1 ii tn 111 cr i.um-s UN Vny Afdi B' Horac .Vails mi JIIiii Almost K. K i liniisli'il Wlifii Foil nil. K j .losuiih Hammer luul an experience '.. Tuesday nlfilit which lio will not cnrc M ' to repent. Tucailny ho took Al Klite- B I innn lo IVlicnn Point to work in tlu BK, j onyx beds, arriving I hero Bonn aftei fl I unon. About Ii oVIiick he Ktiutcil liomc BJ ( mill when ho got iih far tin Mink IIop- Bv It I n a' nlneo IiIh horc took sick. This BM wnu nliout 2 o'clock. About dark he Htnrtod homo It'iiillnn; llio liorw', iiih) Bb1 after walking a illHtmioo tic cot aiitrhli BB t ho animal. .Somehow It stumbled am' BB, fell on Mr Hummer, He does no Bl- know how long ho laid In the mm Bft i but when ho refill I nod coiihcIoiisiich BM I ho wn RtifforliiK great pain In t It BB elienl. lie thniiRlit he nturted tnwardi BB lionin ni;alu, but Inntoad of nolnj BV north he Weill Hoilth ahoilt six o BB , seven miles, al least iih far as Hie ol BB I Hayes ranch. IIIh t limits show thav BBj ho traveled over the same toad wvorii BB limes In his bewilderment, and hm BBc walked far enough lo have reached BB Ids homo In I.ohl. BB About 10 o'clock Wednesday inori BBt lug Thor Cldnrstrom saw him Btut BBJ goring toward the Cclo8trom nine BH at I'ollcan Point, took him In and gn. BK htm nomcthlug to cat. Mr. Ilammi BB wan no nearly exhausted that h BB could hardly walk. Mr. Ccdnretroi BB brought lilm to I.ehl, and vouches fi BB tho accuracy of the nbovu story. I Storing Waterjn Utah Lake BB Tho men who ha been hiillilliiR BM tho Jordan Illver ooncreto luvee, neat B the, steel bridge, In hold the rlvei Bm water from overflowing Into tin BM Kvnns-Noniiaii (doughs during tlu BM high water pumping season, have completed sixty feet or tho work, H whch 1h nil that will be done for the BB present. An Iron gate ban been' MB placed In tho dyke to permit the free H flow of water from tho sloughs Into B tho .river during tho low water sea- MB son and to prevent tho opposite re BM. suit wbon tho pumps nro working a B ' capacity. Tho gato will bo kep. Mf locked to pruvest lutorfcrenco. H Fivo of tho nine big gates at tlu Mj head of the river worn closed till BM week to back up tho water in the B lake, for next season's use. This per H in Its or tho flow of only about IOC MB second feet of water down tho rivet B for ubo by tho Utnh Coppor company B Thol nko's lovol is now several reet H below compromlBo point, but la rlHlug H at tho rato of .01 of a root per day H Tho closing of tho fivo gates will In- BB crease this rate. I Junction Well jsOO Feet Deep H Melvln Audorson now hns tho we H nt I.chi Junction to a depth or GO H feet. It Is now In a sand and cli H formation with but llttlo wntcr Is th H bottom. When tho well was 00 fr H deep tho water eanio within -10 ti H of tho surface nnd when It was HO H reet deep tho water roue within f H reet or tho top. Several other stream H or less rorce havo been encounteret' H ami stratus of boulders as big as nuo't H head linvu been broken up with th H big drills and brought to the surincr H The casing is eight luelies In dlain " " " H There U n Merry Christmas in stun H fur )ou If jou do imr Mumping nt Broadbent and I Son s Store H Thousandn or presents to select B fiom, H Everybody exclaiming on ontorliif H our store: "Woll, wo hnvo sureb H fouid old Santa Clans' Store!" Just H look. And everything is arranged o: H tables so we can lmw our pick for fie H loe, ir.n and -!ie. Hundreds or ulcc BB presents on i;:ich table. Baby Dolls, H lif.o, nt)o and 7.rn up. H Then wo have scores or other pres- H I'lits, values and kinds to suit all. H Path Uobes, House Slippers for men, H ladles and children. .IKUTUIY Solid Gold Kings for H baby, girls nnd ladies, Neck Chains H nnd ChnmiB, Silver Knives and Forks, H OllVe Forks, I'lckle Forks, Pie Knives MB' Ilutter Knives and many other articles B In the Jewelry line. A SV.W STOCK B .11 'ST IN. B CAMV U)e a pound. Ml Ned Nuts. B lTie pound. Now Currants and llalslns. SHOP EARLY B At Broadbent 's and Avoid the B Afternoon Rush B COAL- No better can be found. Can B mp bring on ii load I . " I BfOT"""'-' '1J etor. An effort Is being inudo to get artesian water that will flow into i. lank to supply water for thu loeoiuo then of tho Salt Lake Route. How ever, If tills cannot bo done, nir drlln will bo used to perforate the plpo at the points where tho sovcrnl streams were oneouiitcied and deop well pump bo used to elevate tho water Into tho tank. Careful measurements havo been recorded as each stream was passed. - Roots Shut Oft City's Water Supply Superintendent of Waterworks W. J (lurney, with lto.su Roberts, Mario. Walker, Ford Iloboits, Mllo Johnsc and Less Zimmerman, returned Tiles day rrom a week's work cleaning root, out of tho water system at the Intak above Alpine They wore assisted b. several from Alpine. Forty rods of plpo was taken ii iniif biokeu to pieces beenuse of it having become ho choked up with roots that II was almost Impossible foi the water to gel through. The forl rods was replaced with new pipe. A hole la llic pipe the sle of a lead pet. cil will permit u loot lo enter that hi l year will grow so rapidly that it fill, tho plpo so tightly that no power cni pull It out. Many more feet will hnv to bo taken up In the spring. Mr (lurney says that cemented Joints are not imp'rvli root: gelling In the pipe. '1 i.v- lvtncd) will be to lay east Iron pipes will leaded Joints, or lo lay the plpo s: feet deep in Jhe ground nnd tuuu Into the hill to the water's source r, supply. The city has a filing with tho state engineer for iiiciv-nsliig (;. wuier by means or tunneling, ublc may he done In tho coming spring m summer o Mllll .MAN IIITYS lll'.MMMMV TIMMIACr John Hlel, owner or the Willow Tree farm, formerly the (leorge Nor man ranch, has been In Salt I .aim i' tho past week, during whleji time ho hns completed tho purchase of tho Or T. Klcth bungalow terrace on Sixth South nml Sixth Kast streets at n cost or between $14,000 and $10,000. ' ii kv.vxm si:ci'iu:s mmk contu.ut. W. S. Kvans this week secured the contract to supply tho West Jordan sugnr factory with llmcstouo for its next season's run. Ho will get the supply rrom his quarry tu Jordan Narrows nnd ship It over tho Orcm road. The factory intends using be tween R00O nnd 7000 tons each year The llmcstono at Jordan Narrows If said to be the purest In tho state. This contract will menu much to I.ehl, a the men who opornto tho quarry will nil bo I.ehl men and spend their mone In I.ehl. o snowints nut PltOSI'I.CTIVi: IIKIIHJS Miss Inez Hammer gavo a bundle showor Wednesday evening lu houoi of Miss Nlta Hammer's npproachlur marriage to Mr. Fred (laities of Illng ham. Many beautiful presents wer given nnd tho twenty-five guestB speu the evening playing games nnd par taking or rerroshmenta. Last evening the Misses Julia, Syl via and lOvelyu Bushman gave a mis cellaneous shower lu honor of tbel sister. Mrs. Maggie Carr, who will b married lu the near future lo Mr. Ily rou Iteck, who operates the auto mu lino between I.ehl and Cedar Vnllo and Topllff llOIONTIIS-OU) ItAltY HAS AI'PIIMHCITIS Tho 1 l-inontbs-old baby of.lr. and MMrs. Ilurnn Aydelotto of American Fork was operated on at tho I.ehl hos pital for a ruptured appendix Wed. ncbilay, Tho appendix was broken, full-of pus and had a small stone lu It. Tho baby is recovering nicely. ivy iiKiir.KAiis i:u:t OITICr.HS. Tho Ivy Hebeknh lodge held Its an nual election tho past week, with the following results: Mrs. Olaf Holm stead, noblo grand; Mrs. Mary Otter sou, vlco prnud; Miss Maud Harwood, secretary; Mrs, Alice Tuckfleld, see. retnry. city ti:.vciii:iis VISIT pactoiiv. Foiii Inlerurbau cars lojuled with over 200 teachers from the Salt l.ako City schools 'visited thesugar factory Saturday and wore shown tho lntrioi. cles of the mnmirncturo of sugar by SupeiiiileuiUiiit Gardner nnd bis' ns slstnnts. They woro given a luncheon at the factory. Superintendent I). H. Chiistlnsen nnd Supervisor 0. N. Child i .veri hi ohiiigo of tho pedagogues. I They roturued about 4 o'clock. John Whipple Purchases: Backer Lumber Yards Former Malinger of Yards for People's Co-op., Thornton & Co, nnd Chip, innn Merc. Co. Vt'lll Sow Mnoagc Yard of Ills jwn. Tho Itnckcr Mcrcantllo company this week concluded a -deal with R. J. Whljiplo whereby tho latter will takn over tho coal and lumber busl neBs heretoforn conducted by tho flacker people on tho old Ashton cor ner west of tho Hacker store. Tho transfer will tako place on January 1, after which dato Mr. Whipple will be lu full control and ownership. Mr, (lacker declares that he in not dis posing of his lumber and coal Inter ests because of there being no money in It. On tho contrary, his lumber trade this year has been an Increase over last year. Tho Racker pcoplo have Increased their stock of general inereliaiHll.se and furniture, which not only requires more money but more of their undivided attention. Mr. Whipple Is not a stranger In U-bl people, having been with the People's 'Co-op, ror over ten yenrs prior to his moving to American Fork, At American Fork ho had tho man agement or tho Thornton lumber yards till the Thorntons sold out to 'the Ilakcr lumber Interesls. Then he went f.i Chlpm.m's where he is now serving as malinger or their lumber and cbi department. Probably no mnn In this locality Is better qualified for hand, ling lumber and coal because of wide experience than Is Mr. Whipple. His business experience, associated with bin experience as a carpenter and builder, will find u wldo Held of use fulness now that ho will assume tlu management of his own yard. Mr. Whipple' will occupy tho brick cottage one and a half blocks nortl of the lumber yard, and which ho th!i week purchnsed from Mr, Charlc Ohran. : " Library Benefit Tonight Tho Ladles' clubs or I.ehl havo pre. pared some very attractlvo numbot Hint will bo run 'in tho Royal thea'tr tonight In connection with the reguln motion picture program. It will bo two-bit program for 15 cents. The :lub membora havo already sold i oral hundred tickets. Lnst year the ladles gavo a slmllnr program for n similar purpose. Thoj added nn up-to-date encyclopedia sc nnd fifty other hlgh-clnss books t tho library. It Is n good program for a g purpose and they should havo a enpm Ity house. There will also bo a mot Inee this artemoon at 3 o'clock. CKUiiiit.iTF.s corn iiiitrnnAV. Mrs, K. A. Ihishmnn entertained nt a birthday party Monday evening lu honor of her husband's sixty-sixth birthday anniversary, It was lu the nature of n surpriso party. All (of their nine children were picsent Others In attendance Included lila brother, Martin 11., his Mstcr, Mrs 3nrnh A. Rhodes, nnd Mr and Mrs B. S. F.mpcy or Idaho Falls A rjnc birthday dinner was served (illl.l) MKUAI. FOR IIKST I.SSAY. Tho I). II. society, nt Us meeting" Monday, voted to award a gold inednl to the high school student writing tlu bent essay on some patriotic subject Tim giving or a slmllnr medal wl' be nn annual event. The cotnmlttoi will announce the subject later SPANISH FORK EVENS SCORE WITH LEHI Spanish Fork dercnted I.ehl Friday night In tho basketball gamo In Slinm's academy with the score of 43 to 41, exactly the same Bcore with which I.ehl defeated Spanish Fork the week before. I.ehl played brilliant ball, tho first half closing with tho score of 1'fi to 20 lu their favor The) appeared to ho outwlndeil lu the sec ond hair, when their big opponent! from tho south turned the tables. Coach Minor is proud or the class his team exhibited nnd thinks that the gamo taught his players some tulunblo lessons. amy's basket throwing was the feu lure of the evening. I.ehl plnw-il Salt I.nko West Sldo lu Slmni's aiudemy Inst night. ... - I. 0. 0. P HOLDS ANNTAI. i:i.U TIO.N Last Saturday tho local I i o; f, lodgo held ItB annual election, with the following results: wv.lnm Ker shaw, noblo grand; J. K. cotter, vice grand; Preston TIdcoinh, seeietnry; Julius Ottorson, treasurer, Oh.r Holm stead, trustee " , 111 r-llyV-ra Something New j A Little Paris Shop at Our Store I WE hnve just installed n new jewelry section "The Little Paris Shop." I Styles in jewelry change as often as styles in neckwear and in hats. You I can keep up with the new fashions without fcreat expense for out: Merite I novelties are artistic and beautiful, yet quite inexpensive. I Novelties appropriate to wear with your I loveliest fcowns can be bought here for I a dollar or two or even fifty cents. I 1 The Merite Guarantee 1 I Although there nro hundreds of pieces of jewelry thnt sell for less than a dollar, the makers I ftunrnntee every piece to fcivo sntisfuction. So when you" buy a beautiful Merite novelty at a I small price, you are sure the workmanship is us ftood as its artistic beauty. I Now that artistic jewelry costs so little you can afford I to buy new pieces each season. Just as you buy laces I and trimmings to set off your "Jjowns, choose a new I necklace or a new brooch from our Little Paris Shop. I PEOPLE'S CO-OP INST. The Busy Store on State Street . LEHI, UTAj Royal Attractions FOR JJEXT WEEK DEC. 13 to 18. I MONDAY AND TUESDAY. THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY I IJKl DOTTBLE SHOW UNIVERSITY OF UTAH I Vaudeville and Pictures Dnunntic Club presents under tho direcl "The MHoh," Comedy MufAcal Enter- Liou of Prof- Maud AIa' 'll)t'ock I tniiiM'8, fonturhiK The ScrenmiiiR Comedy entitled I S1r!,.s!''.M:!,,.v.v.v:.v.v:.vS!,tf " husband wipb- I ,rrt Alilo Cornetist and Pianist You'll not bo disappointed in this, nl Mil" Violinist and Trombonist p,'f. Bnbcock says that it is the best yet j Sammy. Comedian and Lauh Dispenser Afnko yur reservations early. 1 Also Paramount Pictures Admission, 25c, 35c, 50c 1 Admission 10c and 15c I "" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I WEDNESDAY Paramount Feature , a 4 , n,noxr 1 ONE NIOIIT ONLY MatinC6 " 3 01Ck , 1 Jesse L. Usky and David Belasco of Chnpter XI of thnt Wonderful Sennl J the 1 ajiious Pmyers prosent tho Supremo THE DIAfOND FROM TUB SKVJ Dramatic Artist m LAURA HOPE CREWS Also n Bonutifnl Thanhousor T 4 ,. Feature Drama Entitled 1 in a pictunzation of the remarkable I BolascoIIit UIUIlKaulc "HELEN'S BABIES" "THE FIGHTING HOPE" . And a Provoking Funny "Cub Tn Fivo Pnvts Also a Travel Weekly n i I "SEB1NO AMERICA FIRST" (raiely I A Uihly Entertaining Program "TAKING A' CHANCE" 1 Admission, 5c and 10c Admission 5c and l(fl ROYAL "THEATRE Com "lo and Sanitary ' J ., (j LFIU. - l"rA8 " ''""MiMHM I I I II Ml""" "