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H BtTfBPAV SKt AME1UCAN FORK CITIZEN, SATUIIDAY, SKl'TEMUHK 10, laiC. L I The Lehl Department meets Tragic Death I On Railroad Track oHN WOODHOUSE, EARLY PIONEER, IS KILLED IN- STANTLY WHEN STRUCK BY D. & R. G TRAIN. I The lout? mill most useful life of John Woodhouso oaino to tragic end Sunday nftornoon when ho was killed by a north und 1). mi'1 il Ct- Pussomjcr train, lie was killed instant lv, roTO into the air and fell on the hard road ;"4 feet' froin here lie was struck. The accidont happened at the crossing tffcen the B. 0. Earl and Joseph Roberts homes at one of ,ci,nmost curves on the entire road. I)lrl Chnrlcs Darling, who saw tin cldcnl. states tliat lio was crossing H; cattle t'liaul walking with Ills "e! on the ground and when ho tt a' t,l swiftly oncoming on. se ha beenmo confiiBsed and seem. undecided which way to turn. be train wrs stopped and took tho Kir to tho station whero It was Bncd over to tho undertaker. An inlnation showed that tho right tn T as mashed, tho shouldor and ( loft ami broken. His noso was otca tho neck under tho chin cut on car to car and a deep holo made tbc tcmplo over tho loft eye. The juries on tho face were probably ide when ho fell on tho road, llr. Woodhouso, though over SO Bars of n&c. was In good health and It nomlcrful Intellect, was almost I "- I' '-M. I' WSr -r I j H .toii mooimioi'si: (Cut ') rmirlesj of Sail I.nko j Ilcrnlil-ltcpiilillenii.) ukcen as in youth. Ho had taken lie mlnmc3 nt priesthood meeting Sanday morntiur and nto a bcnrtydln fer at the homo of Mrs. nachoal An. ftrson Soon after ho was talking lth n Yv Taylor at tho old rock 'tore and remarked that ho was going utlslt iiu lower pait of town which tliad not dono for sonm time. Soon ifttr this ho was hit and his stopped tch was on tho hour of 1: II. Protibly no other citizen 1n Lehl "tr lead more busy or useful life ' tMs community He was . the 'on lienor dentist, engineer, tailor) 'id lcrl nhi-or In tho early days I tfldca fjinrniiiiR a farm. And nl. tlou-li lie i i piolinbly set mote fine. '"N Hmb in Mils t.ty t,nn ii otli tr docr , uinblncrt. his entlro fees roal11 ' ' to loss than ono case Way ii inipiioot was llttlo los loan ip r , II0 (ncw tuo RC1.,,. ,Mri r ni"lily that ho could """" '"v pnsHngo fiom mom. 017 ' ' 'i fund of poems and r' lv tf quoto at any in. "ar'' 'urns had a long list of yrr' hlch ho wnn roady to 'ii n Instant notice, nnn !' v ' ii.-.wii for bis ability n leer ,r '" ' "on of Chnrlos and Ann f5 V ,, nmJ W(JS )orn JJy ' l"" Wi.hio street, four mllos "h " n n.-i ter. Yorkshire Ens. 'id i ii, ttli fnthor nnd grnnd. wner i. i ,)Pnn tnUors i,0foro ,im, J?fn ' k "P the snmo trado. A' " - ..f is i,o joined tho MotlimlUt "" i n sn.m tiioronfter Joined the t,pp f' PMnts and with his par-Jen.-,,,,,! to Utah. f. lv ioft Liverpool January n V ' ' lf,,,r n sea voyngo of two 'nm, ' ' '"' "' NW ',onnB- Tlly II pi" , ' " Mls8,M,Pll and at Conn. (nBi f' "nnnereil to got a wagon ,,, ' ' ni'-en of them enwaod tho j,-" ' ' In Salt I.ako City. o.n , ' ' He wont to Provo, ' , k ndH nnd then to Iron t " ,lp i,(1 pioneer work as dli,i! ,"" '" '"'"'Hub Irrlwtlon ao . '" ou' ,ou"8' olc, nnd was Imj " r"' when Deaver was , ' -i-n lots , i h nn'o frr ni Tlrrtvrr i .'i n Tit 't- who,'A 'I'M'-I vitiI- I ITr t'- !' -irl PWct for emigrants nnd on Sept. 0, 1874 he left for England on a mission, return, ln'g homo June 11. 1S75. Dining his rcsldeneo In I.ohl ho has filled the following public offices: City Alder, man, three terms; City Councilman, two i onus: City Justice, ono term; City Asscsosr, ono term: deputy conn, ty assessor nnd collector, two terms; precinct Justice, four terms and sec retary nnd collector for tho I.ohl Irrl. gatlon Co. almost from Its bcglnnlg till nbout sl- years ago. Upsides his widow he leaves seven sens and three daughters, Morgan T. Woodhousc of Murtnugh, Idaho, Jno, D. Woodhoiuo of I.ehl, Wlllatn Woodhousc of Idaho Tails, Chailos and Harden Woodhouse of Lowlittou, Isaac Wood, house of Arthur. N'evada, Ara Wood, houso of Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. Rnch. nel Andorsrn, Kato Klrkbam and Iler. thn Ohran of I.ohl. Mrs. I.oulso Thur ley of Bolso. Idaho, Is a daughter by u former wife. Funoral sonlcos wero he'd In the Tnbernai'lo Wcdncsdny afternoon nnd tho bullOIng was crowded t lis rn. paclty. I'IrIioii Andrew Vleld n;vc. Idod. Tho speakers, nil of whom paid high tilbuto to tho stoillng char, actor nnd useful lifo of tho deceased wore, Apostle Hobor J. Grant, Pros. S. I,. Chlpmnn, nnd Pros. A. J. Evans. A biography, from one written by Mr. Woodhouso shortly before his death, was read by Joseph Anderson. Tho full Tnbcrnnclo choir supplied tho opening nnd closing songs nnd solos wero sang by Mrs. hosier And. erson and Miss Corn Thorno. AVUllam Southwlck gavo tho opening prayer and Patrlsucli James Klrkhain tho benediction. Mr. Woodhouso' living postorlly con sisted of eleven children, nlncty.flve grand children, sixty grcat-grnnd ehlldron and ono grcat.grcat.grand child. All tho children excepting Aran of Los Angeles wero present nt tho funeral. OPHIR TRAGEDY VKTfM BURIED IN LEHI Mrs. Mary Evans Roddick of Ophlr v;u brought to I.ohl for burial Thurs. day. Sho was shot by hor husband Sunday, after which lib turn, cd tho gun on himself and commit, ted mlclde. PitWoub to this ho had Icn his two sons. Ernest, aged 10 and Edwnrd nged II, $25 each In an envelope and tho daughter, Laura, need 11 and rnvolopo with $20 In II nnd sent them out to play. Roddick and his wife had ngroed to separate as ho had grown nbuslvo end soveral tlniog hud threatened kill, lug his wife. Wm. Vowls. a brother. In.law and others. Mrs. Roddick wai a dnnp.hter of William and Xaney EvanB former residents of -Lehl. Sho was about hi yonrs of ago. After her parents moved to Ophlr she and her alstor lived in I.ohl for somo tlmo with her I'rnndmother, Mary Goodwin. Sho I" o couhIii of S. L. John and Albort Goodwin. Tho funeral sorvlcos woro hold In tho Lehl Tnbornnclo youlonjay nftor. noon nt 1 o'clock. HISTHIt l)Ii:S IN SALT LAKH CITY. Mrs. Maila Larson, a alstor of Mrs. A. R. Anderson died In Salt Lako Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Andor. son. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Anderson nnd Mr and Mrs. S. I. Goodwin wont to SbU Lake Wednesday to attend the funoral. STOOKIIV IIKTITJINS nutti Ditv r.viur. lr. and Mib. Stookoy who ha'e been "camping" on their dry farm In RubIi Valley returned home the i 'Mer pnr of the week. Tho dorlor iii--'ird 1 C10 Ii'irIioIt of whnf from , i 'luln I "-" tlpn so fif-rn nnd ro'd ' fir Jlrrli ' r 1 rf U" Cv-r t-nn I'o 1' ' ri n' r1 """! ,--.iy n 1 1 -lit r.t ' ,--' CITY WILL ENFORCE ORDINANCE ON WEEDS City Council Also Votes for llctter I'rnlecthin nt Itallroad Crossings. The City Council held a mooting Tuesday evening at which tho follow. Ing business was transacted: Chief II. M. Roylo was present and asked that tho city purchnso somo new chemicals for tho flro fighting apparatus, tho old chemicals having lost their strength. Tho Recorder was authorized to get out somo copies of tho perpetual com. etory ordlnanco for sending to own. crs of lots living out of town. Thcro arc a number of daugorous rallwny crossings In I.ehl nnd the City Recoidcr was Instructed to wrlto tho Orcm road officials to placo a bell signal at the First East street cross. Ing It wns also reported that tho Orcm cars wero exceeding tho speed Unit ns fixed by ordinance, and h recorder and Mnrshnl wero Insti'uclcd to got a better compliance. Two lights wero authorized to be pined cm Cemetery Krect, ono at Ed. Fowlers' and ono near Mnx Rotho's home. Ten dollars was voted to help de fray the expenses of entertnlnlng tho Weber County fanners. Supt W. J. Gurney reported progress on thn city wnter tunnel which Is now In bettor worldns rook. Tho question of the threshing ma. ehlno engines using water from tho city mnlns was discussed. Tho own. ers will bo sent statements at Jhe close of the throning season. Councilman Child reported that tho man employed to mow tho weeds off the streets could not do It successful, ly because of old wire, sticks, rocka and Iron which wns hidden In tho weeds The City Mnrshnl wns notl. fled to notify thoso whoro tho weeds were tho worst to mow the weeds nnd enforce tho ordlnanco If nccessnry. The committee on strectB will drag Stcto Street In order to get It In better condition. The council voted to nttend In a body the funeral of John Woodhouso nnd to tnko n floral offering. Tho band stand will bo palnled un der tho direction of tho committee on public grounds. nills aggregating $fiSfi were nllow. Cd. r,N WW HORSES KILLED Iihjhh'iilng .Slill.es A. I'rcilrlcKsoii Un. conscious and Kills Tho of UN Tluce Horses. Lightening killed two horses for Andrew Frcdrlckson Sntuidny nnd cnuio near ending his own life. Ai It wns ho lay unconscious for a half hour and was unable to walk for some tlmo after regaining conscious. nos, Ills head was bndly but nod and scars on his chest, shoulder, arm, leg and foot show tho eourao of tho electric current. Mr. Frcdrlckson owns a pait of the Sugar Company farm adjoining the O. L. Klttlnger dairy. Ho was liar, lowing when tho storm enmo up an'1 sought shelter under the wanon. T' tied the horsos to a wheel, put a w? gnu cover over ono sldo of the wn koii, got under tho wagon, nnd wn Just propailng to lay down on ' coat, which was tho last ho lomem bored. AVhrn ho regained conscious ncHB his foet woro on his coat, ' ' burned lint lny a yard away and h" was unnblo to Hbo. Aftor worklns somo time with his nrm and leg he was ablo to usn them some, n"' einwllng out. Raw that two horsoB lay dead nnd tho, third ono was " harmed. All three woro harnoBBod In Ihe samo team. After moro work with his Injured leg ho managed with tho holp of n slick to get whoro aotne mon wero bulldhiK a silo, and Mr. Klttlnger put him In IiIb buggy and brought him homo where ho soon recovered 'and now feels no HI effects fiom tho shock. OSTEOPATHIC TIHJATMKNT roil AllTIICIt KNIULSOV. An osteopath has boen employed to llvo with Arthur Knudson and give him constnnt treatment. After a weeks treatment, Mr. Knudson la apparently Improving and slight hopes nr held nut Hint n euro may bo effected H Is yet unab'e to ire or feel any en ' i In 1't br-r limbs, but ' rTvr'i c-l!l"n Is rn 'ly r.llvc i Mi - I "' r."1 "' " rl i co-n hrnc fr i G tfl'' 1 '" "!"f ""i rv nur- 1 WHAT DO YOU BID? I FOR THIS , j $21.50 GOLFS HOT BLAST I 1 GOING GOING ZmT 1 ' I Come In Now j& See the guaranteed KUML-SAVIN(1 DKAKT and JX U 1 theUl'ARANTKHI) ANTl-PriOKlNCI DWAKT. Tho JB$gM P j leanest, most eeononiieal and most iiowerfiil hont'or i'MM (?Asr placed on the market. tffci -g g COLK'K ORIGINAL HOT IJLAST WILL SAVK Ifi'I 1 YOU $lo.OO T1LIS V1NTICR using soft eoal or slaek. It, 1 ' is a perfect hard coal and coke burner. jl.iMfcf $ It gives you a big saving in fuel and n steadier, jl'SPjM. a MOKK POW13l?PH'li heat than with any samo-sied base (fflF Write yoiM- name and vonr bid on the S1SCWI3T lil IV M ? VMU). Jnds will be ilaced in the Sealed Box which f ff U !' " & forms part of our window display. At -1:00 p. m., SAT tSy "'JO Sjf ".D URDAY, SKI'TKMIJISU MOth, IHUi (see date below), the seal will be broken S '1 S and the bid card bearing the highest offer gets this remarkable COLIC'S HOT iM 1 BLAST III3ATKR. f M 1 XOAV ISYOURCJIANCIO. SF.KTIIIS (IKKAT I1ISATER. ASK FOR ! 'Si I VRKK IIOOKLKT. COM 13 I TO-DAY. 3 YOUR BID MUST BE PLACED BY I ' 1! I SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th, 1916 1 1 FIFTY THOUSAND EXTRA VOTES WILL BE GIVEN TO THE ttjfi I SUCCESSFUL BIDDER. I 1 1 "" Ti3NTlLOlTSANDVOTKSBAOI WILL TIE GrVEN TJI13 NEXT I .JBff g FIVI3 JIIOIIKST BIDDERS. Iff I People's Co-op. Inst. I i I The Busy Store on State Street ffi LEHI utaii I m KILLINUROSI Lehl wns visited with a frost Sat. unlay, Sunday and Monday nights when tho government thomoinoter rog. Istcred .10, 28 nnd .11 degrees rcspco. lively. Ico was formed an eighth of an Inch thick. Cuciimbor nnd squash Unes woro killed nnd In tho lowoi fields the coin, tomatoes and potato vim b woro frozon. Tomatoes gonornlly wem not Injur, ed the slight nipping or tho vines served only to hnstcn their ripening. On I'rovo llonch whero tho Lehl Can. nine factory gets thrcc.fourtliB of Its tomatoes tho vines wero hardly 'tout lied. In the south end of the count v Hi' fiot wag more severe and got th nlfulfa. Wnrmor weather In predicts! for soveral wcokx. i MILS. THlJItjr.VN ALSO TAl'Mll In our lnt liatio was un iiiihli telllnic of I) J. Tliurman and b' ehlldion'a ixperienoea as Bilw'i touehara. Uosldoa Mr. Thurman nnl set en of his ohlldron liarlnx ongag"d In iho profosalon wo should havi Iniluded Mi-s. Thurman ns she too was n school teacher prior to brrom Ins Mrs. Thurman. o- 0IT OR CANADA Clifford Fox, Hon of Mr. and Mrs. ,Teie Fax, and Arch Gray, son of Sir. and Mm. William Gray left j Tuesday for Alberla, Canada. Crops are fo heavy and men are bt senur that the farmers nra offering $3 B" Pr dny and board for help, besides pay ing tho fre one way for thoae who will remain until the harvest Is com. plated. n (TIT WATRK TrVNP.I. ow in ifco rr V J. f. li r - (' r " r- Ihr f ' I '' f! I - 'y rr HI ,. ' I r p r- - . - Jt-. r " 1 uiatlon Is BoftcnI;ig nnd that two bhlftfl nre tanking ,'t feet por day. Tli" tunnel Is now In about ISO feel with another 120 feet ct to go to bo per. penilleular undor tho springs. Thero Ik no need of using timber now ns the formation Is Folld Krnnllo. i'aiimcus mav (.'i:t iii;i:t iiti.i. Tho Utah. Idaho Sugar Co. this week sent notleeM with address return enrds staling that each faimoi would ho lieimltted to get !et pulp nl tho fac tory to the extent of 25 per cent of tho tonnage of beets dollvored, for which they must pay 'iOc per (on for all pulp taken away on or beforo Jan. 1st, 40c after that dato nnd beforo March let jH and COo on or lioforo Juno 1st. Tho 'JUt rlghta nro not transferable and tho H company must bo notlfleil nt once of 'H tho amount dcslrcil. A mH -i SLAUCIITLR Till: WIDS , 9 City Marshal )'. L. Southwlck has 1H boon spending tho past four days notl. H fying property owners to mow tho vK woedn adjacent to their properly. fl Mnny hnvo compiled with tho mar. 9 shnl'n request. The city is detrnnlncd ! to Improve tho appearance of tho S public thorofnrcs. . 91 The constant strain of jjjljji : 8 ' m factory work very often f JSw jj JaMl 'm results in Headaches, clv' -3 Backaches and other M'' fm Aches, and also weak- f ,K' 'n 1 ens the Nerves. Sfejrlf 1ff x i J I dr. MILES' mwHJsk P H ANTI-PAIN PILLS gM TV j will quickly relieve the JrstC Jfi' Nerves, or Pain, while . . i ffi D MI1 SEVEHE PAIN. I I M ur' - ..r gca to naffer p. rre-it deal 3 m i Heart Treatment lfltf 1 . lint 1 I'lllH and I urn only too glad to kg is very Iielplui when m auo to niict to tho rdiet m the Heart is overtaxed. pm. ti form aiu ju mcdltlno a'-t do oil that It M f IT l V &T POX, ' .1 DDTTUE, claim 1 t v.111 U1" " ffi, I rv -orrwr-, ", ur i,.ti3 j, cTTTrn. M r- - vIUU Pr ' , Mar tta, OI.Io. j flj!