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(piRPMHINi -r .1B i .viHB Lehi Banner I ' L' XV - -r . '.i 'J' "'l UTAH' THURSPA NOVEMBER 16, 1906. --"- NOi 18 H i . " Joseph Goates1 j Funeral. On Monday at 12::o the fun- ' era! kervices over tlio remuiiiK ol , Josoph Goates was hold from the L .' lfll ward mooting house. Many !' '? people attended 'the services, t which was pre&ulcd over by Bishop Ahdrow Fjeldt' It " The 1st -ward choir did the H singing. 1L Elisha Larkins of OgJ.'liM m a biographical ikotch of his' life- B Ho wiu born 'at Lehi, Utah, If , Sept. 30th, 1873, was a son of H js Joseph V. and Malishia Losse K Goates. In his'youtfi ho was a Sjr most dutiful son and a loving m -brother, faithful in all his rolig- w . ious duties. In Juno of 1807. ho a. doparled on a mission tb'fcJali- fornfti, serving the Lord faith I fully in preaching tho Gospel of 1 ' Christ, from his labors ho was. . 1 j , , honorably released July, 1899. 1 IIq. was married August' 20th,- I 1899 to Clara Evans, a daughter , of Bishop Evans. In. thoi year i 'Jn of 1902 ho wont to Alberta, m Canada, where he worked at farm jr: ing. Returned to Lehi this fiast I wi.itcr, and accepted a position ( f with tho Sugar Co. at Blackloot, I , " Idaho, where hv went this spring. r sf For tho past four weeks ho was a great sull'eror and passed itway s, Nov. 9th, at 1:15 a. in. from an t attack of typhoid fovpjtv m , 5 Tho other speakers wo.ro. Bishop IFobor Austin of Idaho Falls, who . enmo down to attend thp Amoral; I'res. A'. J. Evans, aautjRa'ttich "8. -i, i 'Geo. W. Larkins ofOgdon. -v Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Anderson of Boavof tfiftTOIrs? "Jj K'. 'fur nor of Garden City, Kansas, sis tors of Mrs. CJara Goates wcco'in attendance at the funeral. Bro. Goates was a young mo;i woll respected by all who knew him, was kind and considoraie o all his frionds, a loving and effec tion father and husband. He loaves a wife and four children and many relatives and frionds to mourn his loss. It Perkin'a Date I " Ooncelled. I Owing to reasons not necessary ' lo oxplaiu tholecturo to bo givon ' by Eli Perkins, Monday night, Nov. 12, has been posponed for ono week, when a substitute) num- ' bor will bo given by Count Loch i witzky, a noblomau from Russia now in oxilo. All tickets pur chased for tho Perkins "lecture will bo good for tho lecture Nov. , 19th, and tho management guarantees to refund tho admis sion priqo to any person who is not satisliod with tho thiilling i oxperionccs ofaRu6sian Reformer so admirably told by Count Loch- witzky. Have Youl a Friend? Then tell him about Ayer'sj Cherry Pectoral. Tell hlmi how It cured your hard cough. I " Tell him why you always keep g J it In the house. Tell him to I i ask his doctor about it. Doc-1 jj tors use a great deal of it for g .throat and lung troubles. E Thobeitklndof atostlmonUl- 1 K "Bold lor orer lxty yeart." fl . H A U4 6T J. O. Ajtt Co.. Lowjll, ! B JU Alia nunufketiiMti of H A" ,' SARSAPARIUA. ) tdi $LlJ3 OlIAIR VIOOR. I : I W hT not.oroUl W pabllih H . I th fornuU. of til tal'"' ,-, B , Ono "of " AyoriTpma" nt betJtlmo ' yvlll to hasten recovery, oontly laxatlvo. . "f -" ;i"'L Deafh of Mi's. s South wick. . .) Tueciduy afternoon one of Lehl's roapuctcil citizens and early pion eerapassed to her toward. Sirs. Martha Columan Bouthwiok Wftk bprn in llancook duuty, Uljjn the 'carl813 came lolltah in lgpO and soon hioved to Lehi, wus'ntar ricd to Win. Southwick in 1839, by whom slio liad six chrihlren. Sho has been in poor health for some tiiuo past'bub for tho last six weeks bIio has been cquUiicil to her bed sufTcring with a tumor which was tho intmciliato cause of hen death. For tho past few ycanjyshe Jiaaficrvcd its. imrSo'sindiiiidwIfc for over 990 wonton. SJio-was faithful and kind to all. Next week wo will publjsh H9r JcAtc,h. Oflier life,. ., gt. .' v FiiHeVaUyMlfUo h"ol!rra!SP!fc ono o'cloOk-from thffluU'warn'ufeet' ing house. . High-School, r j tusiDirectoTAVobllward arid assistant Miss Dorlon, are drill ing grade aud High .School stu dents on an operetta to bo given Wednesday ovening, Nov. 28th. Tho High' sclfool .boysha'vo bo gun practicing for tho loague sprios of basket ball games to hi played in Utah -Co ThoJirjit game of tho series will be played botweon JjolutHudJTiiysou in thq! latter' (own Jali. iyin- om "" strong hopes "of winning the championship, and incidentally thc.silverrloving cup. Edttcir, Kii'kham lias oHer'ed t ,pri?o of$2.r)0'foriirst anjl '1.00 each for second andthird jJesL stories wntion iirStudiilsflfr, tho Christina isfuo of thei"Bati!i nor." ' . Though School vgtfi mi, auimously to concel tho Perkins lectyro and substitute tlitirofor Ono to bo delivorcd next Mon- day night by Count Lochwilzky. This famous Russian Reformer will give tho "Recent Experiences of a Russian Nobleman in Exile." . .Tho Count -at' one; time jyas wealthy and held a high ofiico in tho Russian army, but was arrest ed for founding a freo school for Russian peasants, endowing it fioin hitfawimeans. J For tlnj ho was "thrown into a diiifgcbh, hold fiftesn months in solitory confinmenl," ' donled .'aiiy. ' know ledge conii8cated, tortured to mako him .coidees sonjothing' hq had novorsd reamed of doing, and, without trial, wasbontasa noliiti cal'oxilo, guilty of'"hig'h treason," to "hard labor" in Sibora by tho decree of Czar Nicholas 117 From thero ho escaped to Jtpati, thence to Chia, and 'finally1 to tho United Statpg. , ' .'J "t Count Lochwilzky is a roll nod educated gentlomaiu IIo spe'aks admirablo Eliglisht and his lec ture will ontetlain you better, thrill you and btii you mote than any play you over atlondud. . The .nianagjont ',girameS eatisfairtlmi, or'Sino rofuifJltQl and the High School Studonts are h11 working to nmko this leoturo draw a much larger houso than wouhl have been presont at the Perkins recital.. For Sale. A Smith Promier typo-writor. Cost?105.00 now ?(0.00. En- puiro of Josorih-F. Smithr"1 ' " Lolii fiomiawjttaarilf ' City Council. The City Council met -Tuesday evening, Tho report of T. O. Hanfonl, tho surreyor, who has made a map of Lehi was received. This Hhould havo been delivered some time ago, but was burned In a II io at Salt Lake some time ago. There is not enough water in tho 1). U. G. well near City Park for tho city so that tho matter has been dropped. Tho committed on streets will ask for bfds for tho building of a concrete brldgo over tho creek on tho Stato Uoad near Browns. MM.H ALLOWED. T. C. llanford; mapj $212.50. G. A. Wall, stamps and envoi opes, $2.50. Clarence Lott) street lamps, J?3.fiQ,' ' J'eople's fcoop. UxTiig brid'(, Rackcr Jlerc Co., lumber auVu! nicrchaudise, $18.90. ' ? A. Hi- May berry, 3.00. , &. Letter From Elder ' t Wilford Knudson. .' Kumo, WImngarei, J A New Zwiliind, ;P Sept. 11,900 Lehi lUnuer, r Lehi City, Utah, U. S. A J To The Editor: J)ear pir.r-I havo received- tho i(aun?i-. for soiuo timo and iini pleased to say ntha' it has been a fiourco of plcasuro and information lo me. I) take this means of thank ing you lor the same. It - m.iy intercut homo of tho readers of the Banner lo read somei thing concerning tho work we are 'doiiigdieni in tho little land of Now tZealaiKpr The Gospel is spreading rajndTy.aiid wo are geting many follower.?. Our greatest following ih?amoynga tho natives, as inosfofi the wbftewdnta mlgrato to Amer ica. Tli o natives aro turning to wards our teaching very rapidely and at tho present timo wo havo a following of over 4500 among them or nearly one-u.nth of the native population, and our work is morcj alive than any other denomination." The natives arc, as a general rnlo houpitable and kind. They will share their food and blankets with, us, bo it over so little. Wo Jlud them to bo most kind and open jjtoTeasonfon religion when they 'havonopbecn prejudiced by other religions. They havo a great inclj? inntipn towards Cluistanity, ami) there' are very fow non-Christian among them. The Book of Mo.i man iaa great hourco of information to them, as it coinsides with their traditions a to where they came" fr'oiU. v'Tlioy claim that through threoor four successive imigrations they finally landed here, coming fiom somo land east of here. They, like most all native races east?' of here, havo many characteristics tlilit aro of distinctjy Israoliiish origin. Wliilo on tho other hand, tho natiyes west of here aro not so much inbued wltlttiQlt charaotoi istics. They learn very rapidly, and in many cases wo havo ggod Bible and Book of Mornian schol jap. Thoy haye dovojoped this,pri. tnSipall'Sin thej?'giat cjpuncils. of jJld. Hoho cluldTOal the grea test demonstration In delivering his speech, was applauded most by his hears. In this way they bo .came very proticient in speaking. Thoy have been carefully in re tainiug.tho gtncalogy of their mice' kiofw. 4' manJ' cases they can ro ,pyat their ancestoral relations back for ilftcen or twenty genorations, Somo of them can repeat back for thirty generations. They take tfcafddfglt'Mon (arckgather., ngitopfffhe nan(e,Tihoit M"''"'"W '''""' BI"WMIM IHIIIIIIIIIg N THE MIDST OF OUR M BIG UNLOADING SALE I , We are in receipt of the following wireless j message from Santa Glaus: .' J H ! JH Toyland, Novoml)or Lltli,'190l5. H ' :$&. I'KOPLE'S CO-OP. INST. H '" .-i" 1 havo slartcd for your store, will mako it, H B iny hondquartors again this bca&on. Traveling is - H M$ n 8ow on awou,lt of having u much bigger H 29' load. -of Toys,, and 'Xinas Goods than I had' lost ' ffi year. ' Tqll tho Boys and Girls to oxpoct mo about mmM 'vjg- Dtfcombar firstf Willi kind rogords for all, H M, I am as evbr, H t,3L SANTA CLAUSr- ' H J:Pur ' bl& Ploaiaing Sale continues until the' 24th. H i;LfSf$xl 3aaven't' made us a visit yet we've both lost money. H ; jsSPome and make us a visit. Do it now. H IS "We want your trade." L- H r in i Mm A jy0t I AW f nm I, " ' ?"kt"" 'y?- - .i.. t.'-.LJi..1- ' ' ' jfulimi l i i , . ... rM-w-r-uLi.. 1 4t&L.. - - v - p "t-r v-tgyi' mM ooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooo coooo oooooooooxoo ;H 6 THE 'X l-EHI MERC CO I I ..-,.' ' SOLD: .'.:,. :. I Yx W ' A H f tAll their old stock. We will meet all 'fe lie so-called sale prices with our' I U l; ;;braiUi new goods. Ouv stock is 5 fa complete. Come and see us. 8 I I iIlehi merg, co. I 1 0 oooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooo xxxxoooooxxxxxx . -.. wimnii M p" ' ' ancestors. Thoso natnoH aro of great scrvlno to those who have jjohieUthuOluuolK . Tho native customs aro very odd to us. In greoting their friends thoy clasp Jmnds and rub noses. And if thulovobi intoiiMJ the more rubbing is. mtuiHo or somewhat hugely. Tho lime tfpent in nose rubbing dopoii&s upon tho amount of love. In caw of extreme lovo or sonpw tho noso rutibingor lougo Is mingled with a profusion of team and oftail last for ilftcen or twenty mlnutue. " "While in thuir native stato, thuy lived in a copiHiunitivu order. In work thoy all worked together. So when the tfujaforphiuWiig potatoes ennjo thoy nil phtutud potatoes. AH in tho lylllngcnvho aro able to a"wprk go ro vk. When tho timo - I & ' J for gathering in -tho orop cornea they all help. "What ono has is an others to a great extent. If ono nuui has food thoy all havo food. As a result of this system there aro no tramps or beggars among them but with tho adherent of tho white man this condition of things Is fast dying out. Iii their' amusement both old and y oung mingle together and all havo some means of.enjoying themselves. As is tho case among most un civilized races, the wife is loft to do most of tho work. She works all day in tho Held at what wo call mens work, then comes homo and does her own work, or wonian'H work. They aro fast adapting thumsolves to tho customs of tho white people Tho Government fs offering groa inducements for the education of H tho young. S There aro two Latter Day Saint H Schools and will havo another in 9 tho near future. Our schools aro S doing a great work, and it, has a 9 tendency, to draw many Into tho 9 Church. fl Tho land of Now Zelaud furnish 9 many picturesque scenes aijjl won 9 dors. It has tho prettiest forests 9 in the world. Tho variety of vegiv- 9 latloiv is very great, and two thirds 9 of the vegetables aro green all tho 9 year around. Tho chief products aro timber, kausl gum, meat, grain s and llivx. ' i Thanking you again for Tjih IUnnb, I remain, v Yours respectfully, ' KnUBIt WII.FOKD ICNUDSON, Kama, "Whimgard, New Zealand, , i!