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4 LEHI UAKNBB SATl'RDAY, NOVEMHElt 7, 1614 "
LEHI LOCALS Mr. mill Mrs. John Wood inntlc un iiuto trip to Sprlngvillo Sunday W. J. Hlggs mid Thomas Webh were Suit Lnku City vlaltors Thursday. J. T. Carlson spout Tliursdny In I'rovo on huiilnM iniitti-rs. Judge mid Jin, 1211 Kendall spent Wednesday visiting filmidi In I'rovo Mr. riml Mrs Kmmctt Chlpmnn mov ed Into thler ih'W linum on 1'lmt l&wt Struct tlifs week. Mr. Charles llorion went to Scran ton, thli week, whfin h" will engage In mlnliiK. Mlm l.cvnn 93m It li iiili'itnliiitd a oinwil of young people at mi oyitci supper Mondiiy night Misses l-oltln anil Nnin Uedlk'ld of I'rovo, wore guoHts of Mix. N. 15 Webb over Sunday. Mr. Ilaiold Olirmi, who has boei, working at Idaho Falls during the summer, returned homo Ihls week. S. I. Goodwin and Mlm Atinlo Slod dart spent Wednosday In Salt l.nk A now hnby ai rived nt the homo of Mr. ntnl Mrs. Krunoln Klikham In Salt l.iiko City this week. Mrs. It A. Klrkhmn mid daughter, Veda of Moapn, Nevada, wero visiting l.i'hl rclntlveB this week. Mr. and Mrs. John SI. Jeer spent Sunday lolling frlenila In llliighnm Mrs. Asa J. Clark gavo a children's party Thursday aflernoon In honor of tier daughtur, Alta's, birthday. Ittiv. I'hllllp King of I'rovo pieaih ed at the. Congregational Church Wed nosday evening, Mr. mid Mrs. TIioiiihh James of Salt Lake City, weie Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. C M. Olson. Miss Myrtle Austin of Idaho FhIIm, who Is attending school In I'rovo, spent Saturday mid Sui'day visiting her sister, Mrs. IC1I Webb MIbh Hilda Rhodes entertained a crowd of young people nt a spook party at In parent's home In the Held Saturday evening. Mr. I.lonol Kviiiih entered a plea of guilty to soiling tobacco to minors, In Justice Webb's Court this week, nud wns lined $20. into A bundle shower for Mr. nud Mrs. H, Joseph Walker, who were married t K lust week, was given at the home of H&$ MrB' 9lm Wlllk"r' BT Mr. K. A Marshal, who wan oper- i mf I td on at the I., I). H. hospital two : B'-l weeks ago, Ib reported to be In a crltl- ! KL i ciil condition. ! WKH ; B",' Miss Sylvia Ashtou gave a shower ; ML' jl Friday evening at tho homo of Mr 'Bfl "lul 'rH' 'nr'c' Austin In honor of "'ISsIm "88 1-olt' Austin, who will be mnr- ,HBwi rled In the noar future. Ptw E 3b!1vW Point W, Dawson, who hns been ab- E ?'- SPIIt '" vnr,0l,B 1nrts of tho country , W; for the past twenty years, Is visiting j at the home of his brother, Mr. I). II m ix" Co. I) m m V"!- The Seventh (Initio boys and gliU ! gnvo a big party In tho gym Friday 5ff' evening, which was specially docorat- 'a, ed for the occasion. They had music. h,'itg dancing, games and refreshments. (ilSy1 Fifty years ago Win. Webb arrived RI la l.ehl fro inKiiglaud. Tho event ' ? was wade tho occnsloii for a imrty I at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Webb, " attended by about twenty-five guetita T$" zor "l,(!',,r 'H receiving emigrant I j - latlous for u ilimt proof stair case 1 1 ' , corner device which ho Is" InstallliiK j'"'- In a good many homes, but which by ' ' the way was patented by an eastern I ' Invcnter soiih several years ago. I ' W. K. Whipple will ho Into the rnll- H'i, rond business on tho 0. 8. I. till ' place with the Hacker Mercantile Co ' ,. will bo lllled with John S. Willis. H. whose many friends will be pleamtd H 1 to see him back again. I, ,' Adolpli Hunger, Jr., accompanied H'4 by his father went to Sail Lake city Hj: yestordny to consult with the phyl- H' clans at tb Holy Cross hospital. While ,';,. k' Mr. Minuter is practically rtieoVMrod H'1 -' his normal condition nluutt th aool. H"' dent two moiiiiis ago, on ear Mill H- glvos him sow-- rouble auil he hi un- H- able to cout'.ol th u (if thf IM of one ey. H. u4 Saturday lb Pity Mamkal 4m- H' troytsl Ik cMtr, Win wwi lfaitar ik- ' in frtw 0ort Meek Miti Pnmk Hfi Hmlih. tkM to lh mmrtk nd ! m. un raW avral msNiua um TklHiO B, liicluaml In lb dkalrurtleN wr (owr ! barrels ai cldir aHtl wine, w.gbt Wot. H; ties of beer, a Kalloit uk ami a nuaM H of whiskey ivnd wmt wiuy jugs and L Imtllos. Ooorge A. Smith of the Utnh-Iduho Sugar company, of Salt Lake City, wns i, visitor at tho factory Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hopkins are In Kmiosli, whore they hnve been at the h'tl aide of Mr. Hopkln's father, dur ing the closing days of his Illness Mra J. 15 Cotter had a fall one day lilts week which caused a cut on her orhendt necessitating several stitch 's by tin- doctor, Mrs Viola Hnury of lllngham Can. on, spent several days tlilf. week laitliiK her parents, Mr. and Mrs Oco Zlirimeimnii Mlaa Verfcne Rvana was hostess to In Mary Jane club at a kenslngtoii VNlnesday evening. Milht lefreih Mnig wero served. lr. and Mrs Jos Shaw of I'rovo, nine over on the lnterurban to visit ho sugar factory Wednesday even UK, Mr. and Mrs. Niels Swenson of 'rfno, are visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. DuBliman, Jr. Mrs. 'Wijnaon and Mrs, IIuhIuiuui nro sis- tersj. Ti,. Sinid'O School tlasset of Miss !-lla Fyffe gave her a surprise pnrty it her home Thursday evening dames mil refreshteeiiti (ucupb'd a plcnsnnt 'I" hours ii Gymnasium Has Auspicious Opening '1'ho M I A. gymnasium In the City I'tviiioa, with Professors Hanks and 'leiinlon directing the boys' work, had u rttisplclous opening Thursday evcti ng. when theie were 10 Juniors and '' ieniois In atii'lidauee. The e.er iseij j;u.i weie enthusiastically en oyed mid the ho) a predict an In rrarwd ntteudaiice. The apparatus n hand now consists of basket balls, olloy palls, piiiichlng bag, bean bags mil boxing gloves, the latter being "hi Klft of the People's Co-op. Ne.t week tile balance of the ai paranis In expected, consisting of 'rniKfzcs, liurloiital bars, swinging rlngN, wrestling mat, and nn Indoor base ,., outfit. Tho girls are under the direction "f Misses Annie h. Staines, Luclle ''million and I'lossle Dorton. They "ml an enthulastlc opening Monday ulght, vUien forty girls were pre '"t nud commenced training, '-very Monday night will bo devot- ' n the girls and every Thursday nlKlit to the boys, the Juniors at 7 o'clock mid tho seniors nt 8 o'clock. There is strong tnlk of organizing business men's class for Friday "Wit. The Installation of the gym Is one of tho best things undertaken In ''hi for a long time nud It meeting with the right kind of support. n IMiiIK Modern Heating Plant Tliu ltncker Mercantile company Is Inatnuing a modern heating plant In heir Mnln Street store The plant Is thoroughly up-to-date and will great ly add to tho convenience of thetr already modern store. It Is now be In tested out and will lmvo been '"ompiotid next week, ready for the bin tush after November 15th. Morgan l.ott Is doing the pluub- i levied Pur Selling Wine Marshal John S Kvans arrested Mrs k (.overage Tliursdny even l"H for selling a Jug or vviuo to sonic local joiiiig men For somo time complaints have been coming in of boj hnving wine in their nosscasbm Thursday evening the marshal walk "l In Just as the boys had made the traiianctlou nud were taking the first louml of drinks out of the Jug This her third similar offeuc" Her excuse Is ihnt she needs the money fur i,i.. wnk assessments Mu or (iuniey and Justice Webb have (h(. case under advisement 0 0 0 0 000000000000 o LEHI HIGH o o SCHOOL NOTES o 0000000000000000 The dunce given by the Juniors Saturday evening tt., a u,ry 0jnl,or. at affair. The hall was btautlfull ilerorated mid ghosts nud witches ml dl much to the nttrnctlon. ' Th spirit of the IIIkIi School was rell)-k aroused by tho tliiK null, whlelt lasted rrom flvii o'clock Wed nda)r evening until two o'clock Thnrlay morning, a hard atrugglo m lt forth and flnally a decision wudc by the faculty jB faVor of ib ib-ulors Tu Freslimen gave a puny In the yntiiaaliim rlday evenlaK This ib'lrlirst pnity but ni Un ,,Kr ihPy are i l,. , ..Ili.J ri u ,lmk, , x. ellont t ia shown tu ,iij0,lt. j.n t-Mt State Bank of Lehi United States Depository for Postal Savings OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS Every safeguard known to modern banking for the securitv and safety of their funds. !4 per cent, interest paid on tune deposits, compounded overy six months. Our satisfied patron3 are our begtertisement;MM Dr, Jos, F. Merrill Sunday Night I)r Joseph F Merrill, of tho I'nl orslty or I'tnh, will deliver an edu ntlonal lecture In the Tnbenmcle Jiimliiy night, under the tiusplsea of the l.ehl High School, who will sup. ply the muslcul numbers Everybody is Invited o I), It. SOCIETY .MEETS The I). It. Society met ut the homo or Mrs. Emma Lott Peterson last evnliig, when tho rollowlng program ,vns rendered: Opening song. Prayer by Chaplain Mrs. M. A. Utt Minutes lead and business nttend- ill to History Prehistoric events U. S, History Mrs. l.ydn Slade. Reading Skeleton in Armor Mrs. Lenore Thomas Jones. Music Mrs. Kate M. Klrkhntn. Hading Mrs. Eva Wnngsguad. Closing Song Prayer Postal Savings Banks The war In ICtirope is proving a jig boon to postal savings In this ountry From the very dny hostili ties opened across the sea postal savings receipts began to Increaco by caps and bounds nud withdrawals ell off, a result iniltc contrary to he predictions of many vvell-lnform-d persona who. In their Imagination, invv lines of feverish deposltorc nt 9ost-ofrico pay windows nnxlous to again return their savings to tho boot-leg unil boily-fclt depositors whence they came before Intrusted to L'nclo Sam. Out the forecasters fnll ed to reckon on the absolute contl. deuce of the American citizen, n gnrdless of the ling that first met his eyes, In tho ability and purpose of the Government to "in out Its ob ligations, not only among the nation' of the earth but with the humblest ltlzcu of or land. Two lmportnnt result,! have fo.'ow. ed; thousnnds ot ,)e.v'.o l.irjl) of foreign blrtii, nccustoincl to send their savings abrond, are no'v uitro.H or our postal-savings system; nml enormous sums or actual cash hive been released ror commercial uses among our own people nt n time when tho need ror every available dollnr Is pressing. The growth or postal-savings in the United States has been steady mid healthy and the system has rilled nn Important gap between the tin-ran loposltor nud the factory paymaster On July 1, when affairs were running smoothly hero mid nbrond nud the transmission of money ncross the Atlnntlc was safe and expcdlous, there wns approximately $Kt,000,0OO or postal savings standing to the credit or about 3SS.000 depositors. Since then over $10,000,000 of depoB Its have added and the number of depositors has Increased enormously This unprecedented gain Is the more. 3trlklng when It Is considered that the net gain in tho last three months Is larger than the gain for the entire fiscal )ear l'JH Scores of offices have done more postal-savings busi ness since the war hns been going on than was done by them during the previous existence of the service. The Increases nre confined to no special localities, but have been felt in every nook and corn, r of the coun try New York (it) alone mnde a suln In September of moie than n million, wlillo Hrookbii showed a relatively big Inereasi Chicago re ported n larger gain Hi the past three months than for the previous twelve months Moio than 7 .mm new ac counts were opened during the period, liilnglng the number or di posltors 111 that city up to over Sl.nne Tho unexpected 1m n,m- ti, postal savings business h.is nr.i 0iy lu,iu( greatly i0 the gmer.il udiunintratlve duties of the aystun. but i,.n brought U nimi) new n, hlIl r , ob. ems which have i..u. j tur the care ful personal consld. iut..i. 0f i0si masier (l.neral Iluilego,, lllul Govern or Dockery. Third ssismiit Post- been lightened Bomi-vvhat by the pro inptnrss or lUpobltorv banks In urnisl.ing additional s.,Ur,ty to meet he abnormnl deposlia Illlmbo,. of he largest banks In ,,, CQUI ,ry ninlifv if ,,l'rt,,ofor' 'lecllned to q mllf) ns depositories fur postnl-Biiv-lugs funds, are now among tho eager applicants for tin ni h The deposits at the local office nt iMia8!n ? l """"" ,m",,h8' ,,,eri: nk i ni nf 1, firoV ntlmoi.l to loke hold of the absolute Bllfety the Koveriiment affords n Somvthlng Like r,n0bbery. Jh Montreal c . mn that a en -e von"" '" I .. been inve.tl. ';''' '. ai ,, :uio.is m New 1,,IV '" ft c,,taP rc'"mnt . r8l,eo,ked fern ,u, ,,,0K. o er8 honest 8m, , , nu, , n Tho(,aietiow, ra ,.t j. r. ' , . ,"SKs r '! p.- ! tJbo ' -i i ai to i ,,, ( kt of inU,in.ndent i. n,.?' PAINT AM) OIL .MACHINEKY Ihire nre now many Implements that have completed their share of tho season's work. Have )ou pro perly housed them? Do not leave them under a tiee or a leaky shed, but sue to It that they nre put uvvuy until they shnl be used iignln. All working parts of the machines or Iinpltiincnts should be oiled thoroughly, as oil will prevent the bearing rrom rusting. A rusted benr ing will work stiff nnd hard, and Its life will bo short. Use n little gnso. lac or keroslno on the bearing In the spring and It will clear nil thlck iivd oil and grease. This care or your machinery will pay ror the time spent In the case and lightness with which the machine will work. The use or a little paint will not only protect the wood from decay but will add to the appearance, nud to Its alue The wooden pnrtB of the farm equipment, when exposed to the wind nnd weather, have a tendency to dry out, crack nnd wnrp. Many n ma chine's usefulness Is Impaired by weakened parts, and at times the to tal use or the Implement. It Is won derful the value a little paint hns when applied every time It Is needed. The successful farmer knows the affect of ii little Judicious care upon his equipment. The satisfaction ob. tallied tluough working with properly enred for toolB will more than pay for the time spent In keeping them In good shape Utah Fnrmer, Ladies Darken Your Gray Hair I'oc (I'riiiidiiia's Sage Ten nml .Sulphur llcrlpc- and Xiibnil)' villi Know. The ubo of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded, grny hair to Its nat ural color dntcs back to grand mother's time She used to keep her hair bentulfully dnrk, glossy und nb undent. Whenever her hnlr roll out or took that dull, fntleil or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful cfrect Hut brewing at homo Is Mssy nud out-or-date. Nowadays, by asking nt any drug Btoro ror a 50-cent bottle of "Wycth'B Sage nnd Sulphur Com pound," you will get this fnmoiiB old recipe which can bo depended upon to restoro natural color und beauty to the hnlr nnd Is splendid Tor dan druff, dry, feverish, Itchy scnlp and falling hair A well-known downtown druggist siiya It darkens the hnlr so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge or sort brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one atrund at n tlmo Hy morning tho grny hnlr disappears, and niter n nothor npp'catlon or two It becomes beautifully dark, glossy, mid abundant. Siimi' Truths lilrniied from a Hnsy Life. It does not cost anything to be civil at nil times, nnd many times civility brings back u return that means a lot In dollars and cents. Make up your mind to ga along with people In your business life, no matter how much of ,, task It may be Orem Interurbal i Electric Service. Salt Lake to ProvM SIXTEEN ALL Dnlljr Freight SAl'i:, CQWxnwF" USE THE "GOOD SERVICE" LljJ Republ Mileage books, good also on Salt Lnl.o & Ogden and Ogdu, iaM , for Bale nt all stntlons. inM Orem Express, cheapor than Parcels Post, operntea on all trnlnt. 'B811 ,,Mli "SQUTIIHOUXD PA1LY Kelr TlcM i 3 c 7 ) Ti IpSBr'1" TblrJ leave Salt Lake City.. I 6.45 8.00 10.30 1.30 1.00 "on 'i7r-r-B I cae Lchl ."...... 7.48 9.03 11.34 2.33 5.01 7. , iffi ' d0M Leave Am Fork 7.50 9.13 11.43 L.I3 fl.lll ;.,; , JJ . A Qrove Is enve Pleasant Grovw 8.02 9.21 11.60 2.50 .VJI , 7..V) Ji 'MT, for Arrive I'rovo I 8.30 1 9.50 12.20 11.20 5.:,0 j. $ jJW J, B! .NOKTHllOUND-DAILY. " "WL t "'n - JiHi secured 2 4 c li. 12 14iloan H"l Leave I'rovo C.45'8.00 10.30 UO I.0U i uo DoTaBl- Al TU' Lenve Pleasant Qrove. 7.13 8.28 10.58 IM 1.28 ii.;,s Z , !Csns recc J-veAmFork 7 24 8.38 11.08 2.0S WS , JJW rf ' gij, of b A. M. Tlmo In light face; P. M. Tlmo In black face. "Hllit I'0" HIDE AM) SHIP VIA OltEM LISB. 0 SMOKE. 0 CI.NDLltS. NO IlEljfc'four 1 Holies t nt times. The man who como.9 out boldly asserting that his knowledge 1b sup erior to thut of Bomeono olso will never be taken at his word, Let tho other fellow tell about yourBuperlor ty. If it la worth telling. It will soon go tho rounds. Loyalty Is three-fourths of tho bnt tlo. Bo fnlthful to whatever interests you. It la one of the bests traits In man, and, as he grows older, de. velops Into one of the greatest iiaBcts. Sometimes u mr.n will feel himself becoming Indifferent to his employ er nnd to hla work. That Is just tho time for Ihm to find another employ er, because he Is no good where ho Is, and ho Is wasting his own nnd his employer's tlm.e There Is no use being anything but nnttirul. A blufrer Is rarely accept ed at hla faco valuo. No sane man should try to pretende ho Is some thing ho Is not. There Is nothing In being to In dependen. No matter how high a man goes In business life ho Is to a great extent dependent on otherB. I One or the grenteat guides In go In through business lire, nud one that will point you right nlvvuys, Is soir control. It la pretty hard work to swallow your pride, ut times, but most times everything Is till right In rnct, better nrter you have swallowed It. Watching the clock will not get u man anywhere. Hard work und the average amount of common senso will shove you along qulckor than anything else. Doing things In a llmpy, UstleBS way la not really doing them. Thlnga nro only done well when there Is plenty of heart behind the effort. In every gnmo of sport there Is n penalty prescribed for overy kind of foul. Every man who has been lu business ninny years will tell you It pnys to piny fair In nil dealings. Play a little ever) day, If lt,otJ,B '!, Sc,. i good laugh or enjoying a tWt the itory nt luncheon wni, sotno ot,oaK.scnatoi friends. It holds th, cnpaclty fo Republl piny In good -ondltion andtatuV man In bettor slicpc for work , o HM cuuiu Put a porous plaster on the ch K'JEcfnct and tnko n good cough syrup tor ! '-.., nnlly ir you would treat a severe cul m"1 of sore lungs propcrl) Get thedoiv'' tD) Inr bIzo MALLARD'S IIOREHOCXTiB'tr Rcpi 3YRUP. With fnch bottle there In ...ii M 'roe HKRRICK'S RED l'EPPaf V.ni POROUS PLASTER for the rt ood ( ., Sold by Wllllnm Thornton In J' o Hut D, i XOTIIIX(J EXCEPT THE MINT MWr (" Tor Supt can mnke money without odvtr. B-tlm tlslng. Put Injudicious ndvertl- B1''1"0" ( Ing is n sinful wnsfe of monej B"or s,al This pnper Is a good puller anl ' '" Cu result getter. Olv.- It a trial .ci 'r ' bo convinced. tl B1 '" ror Stat Widlcy Johnson & Sons wm m tRi i LIVERY B. joi... and Bf ' FEED Br Cm STABLES. fr -. , , Irer Co Baggage Transfer D Hbihun FIRST-CLASS AUTO- Brer c MOBILE SERVICE B 4!0' GO ANYWHERE Wc .lib (1 Tol. 15. fc Just South of D. & R. 0. ror c MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH. Bi:$, rwci - " im AAiafcisiaiWi B ! HAMMER BROS. E S LIVERY, PEED AND TRANSFEB I B I a E BroH otables.... i B p Br,r J On Main Street, Near D. & R. Q I mv Buss Meets AU Trains. 1- P B ''''',,,ii,' B""" J in To California OW. and Return f ti i -IHUETSO.N SALE U,;T,.UN umv K NH....i.P 2i.-J2.aa JllIimirj !tl MffXf K 'f-inl.-r 10.20.31.22. Pll,rimri. w VWWI I ,,(t'""""r2!' Marc.,7. gy K UN Summer VII ,, , VMtnnllu TcW, EASTERN EXCURSIONS I I nnvETs ov sale Bm.lS IMIT 1 0W",,M'r a,- '""'T !. 'Mir.,. .Mon.li,. K ll.r T" U"'"H ,"" V"U'rl1'"" F"rk""a ,,M"B lh"' I I m. I ,ml wm OLo..illLJO 1 IhrouHh Slwipnrs to Principal I'oluts ' ' , K Wr lufiiriiMitloii, Train aehedule. etc. call o M W K WKU.I Agent Lehl; W McHONau,. Aget Am. Pork; J. ALL)AV Al I'. Op 1 rW"t,,J " NnKliFIBI.n,A o I'A.SiH, Uhonty I I J I