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I Opens Here
K school and Legion Teams
K,mle Local Farm Plenty of Enter
Hnment This Winter. H. 8. Line
H Will Be Strong Contenders For
B-tt Honors. Legion Men Expects
K Make Cleanup.
Bilotlo intorost is turning to
Etball which Bport proralsoa big
Ei (or Lohl this wlntor. . Tho
school athlotoa havo commenced
Klco as, also, havo tho wldoly
Bn Legion team. Doth startod
Bng out this weok. Now suits
bcon purcbasod for -play ors on
of tho llnoups.
K outlook for tho high school
B la good, Coach Mitchell Bays.
B3' mcn wlta ono or moro yoars
Btenco la showing up woll and
Ba wholo string of husky sub
Bcs, already developing form,
F will bo no trouble in getting
LBlal to mako a winning team.
Hutlook at this soason for a win
Bteam waB novor hrlghtor in
H old men back and now working
Htbo new material follow in order
H: Leland Merrill, D. Smuln,
j Clark, Clomon Turner, Morris
Bta, Joso Potorson and LoRoy
B unt camo ot tho BoaBn wi11
Hlday oronlng with tho Magna
Hteam. Tho loaguo gamoB will
Henco somotlmo near Christmas,
jm Lesion basketball men got to
H last weok and took up a col''
H to buy suits and other equip'
JHor tho soason's contests. Enough
B vis obtalnod and, on Monday
tlti, shoes, etc., wero purchased
Htcllco startod. Clark, Evans,
K, DitIs, Wanlass, Southwlck, N.
H Alton Olios, Horbort Austin
jHfew others havo boon invited to
Bt for the toam, most of whom
HCireidr been out.
H unusual record mado by tho
Hut year put thorn at tho top in
Ktermoantain country. Thoy
Bfi'r "beaten two or throo tlmos
H the entire soason in splto ot
t that thoy mot tho strongest
la this and other states. This
Hw sro out to win tho cham
Vp nd It tholr lineup can bo
tHogether thoy will undoubtedly
vet thoy havo not booked any
aad will not arrango a schodulo
Ktter the school schedule has
rorked out, thoy announcod.
Btro planning to play ono game
Bk regular, one at homo and
t away. In addition, however,
BvlU be other gamoo with travol
Bun when It is possible
BSes of tho Legion and high
BJwlll bo staged in tho Smuln
Bynr. DothJ organizations bavo
agreements with the manago
Bvor tho use of tho. ball.
SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Bako City, Docombor 1. Robort
Bm1s boon notified of his appoint
Bbo a captaincy in tho regular
BJ Mr. Sharp sdrvod in tho world
Bv second lloutonant of infantry.
BvPllcatlon was accopt'od together
Bjonty Utah mon who rocontly
Bv'smlnatlons at Fort Douglas.
BVstn Sharp has not beon assign-
SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL
At a special Council n.eetlng last
ovonlng tho City Council passed and
tho Mayor confirmed an ordinance
fixing tho final assessment on property
ownors on Main Street abutting tho
now paving. Tho ordltianco will be
fouud on pago eight of this paper.
CIRCUMSTANCE8 OF DROWNING
OF CHILD CORRECTED
Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Kemp havo
asked that a corroctlbn bo mado aB to
tho clrcumstancos of tho drowning of
tholr child. Tho report given, said
tho child was thought to havo gono
to Its grandparonts, but tho parents
inform us that tho child was playing
about tholr ynrd and had beon gono
only from 20 to 30 minutes, when It
was found drowned In tho tub whoro
It had fallen hoad first.
8ERVICE STAR LEGION PROGRGAM
Tho regular monthly Sorvlco Star
Loglon mooting for December will bo
hold this ovonlng (Thursday) com
mencing nt 7:30 o'clock, in tho Somln
ary building (Old Tithing Offlco).
Tho program as arrangod will In
clude: Prayer Chaplain.
Duot Marion and Mildred Whlpplo.
'Parllmentary Drill Mrs. Sydney
Evoryono lntorostod aro extended
an invitation to bo prcsont.
MISS DAN8Y TO
Miss Charlotte E. Dansy, former
superintendent of nurses nt tho L. Di
S. hospital, will glvo a spoclal locturo
on dtsoases of tho head and throat
noxt Monday, Decomber 6th, com
mencing at 2 p. m. In tho high school
building. All Lohl ladles aro invited
to bo prcsont.
Miss Dansy has loetured hero and
olsewhero In tho county and In ovory
instance has had a mossago that ovory
raothor should hear.
LEHI MAN MARRIED
Arnold Crabb, son of William Crabb
ot this ctly, was married to Miss
Ourtrudo Howloy, of Austin, at Rich
flold, November 16th.
Pan! went with his mother to tho
country. Fresh watercress from tho
brook was served on tho tohlo and up
on venturing to try some for the first
tltno, ho exclaimed: -Ob, It's nllvol"
"Why do you think so?" nsked his
mother. "Because It bites my tongue"
0-Griid Prizes -10
I Given Away
December and Christmas, tho great Gift Season
and the ono time in the year we look forward to. j j
M ONLY 23 DAYS TILL XMAS.
I "Wo have tho finest lino of Xmns Gifts this
year over shown in Lchi.
Mako your purchases horo and get in on tho
H This is a contest of skill not a drawing.
H SEE IIAND BILLS AND WINDOW FOR
I E. N. WEBB
B Joweler and Optometrist
"At Tho Gift Shop."
MAIN STREET LEHI
bbV ' '
Tho board ot stato canvassors Wod
nosday completed Its work of com-
, . u olcct,n returns through
out tho stato, so far as olllccs por
taming to moro than ono county aro
Tho only Democrat elected out of
all tlio names canvassed by tho stato
board was Judgo Oeorgo Chrlstonson
In tho Seventh Judicial district, com
prising Sanpoto, Carbon, Emory,
Grand and San Juan counties.
Tho total voto for presidential doc
tors woro: Domocrats, GG.C39; Re
publicans, 81&G; Socialists, 3.16U;
For United States Senator.
Milton II. Welling (D.), GG.280;
Rood Smoot (R.) 82.G6G; AloxT Dovan
(S.), 3,995: Alex Dovan (F.-L.), 3,017.
Total for Dovan, 7.012; plurality for
Smoot, 26,286; majority for Smoot,
For Conressman From The First Utah
Jamos W. Funk (p.), 27,974; Don
D. Colton (R.), 41.749; John O,
Wattors, (S.), 1,740; John O. Wattors
Total for Wattors, 3,080; plurality
for Colton, 13,775; majority for Col'
For Conressman From Tho Second
Mathonlhah Thomas (D.), 28.201;
E. O. Loathorwood (R.), 39,235; O. J.
Stonoy (S.), 1,696; Marvin P. Dalos
Plurality for Loathorwood, 11,034,
majority for Loathorwood, 6,901.
For Governor of Utah.
T. N. Taylor (D), 54,913; Charlos
R. Mahoy (It.), 83,518; E. D. Locko
(S), 843; Georgo Crosby (F.-L.), 2,300.
Plurality for Maboy, 28,605; major
ity for Maboy, 23,402.
For Judge of the 8upremo Court..
Harold M. Stophcns (D.), 57,418;
Josoph E. Frlck (R.), 81.574.
Majority for Frlck, 24,162.
For Secretary of State.
Elbort D. Thomas (D.), 56,709; H.
E. Crockett (R.), 81,073; D. A. Law
ronco (S.), 2,935 W, E. Hubbard (P.
Plurality for Crockott, 24,364; ma
jority for Crockett, 17,091.
For Attorney General.
Stowart P. Dobba (D.), 56,511; Har-vey-H.
ClufO (It.), 81;460;!Larenco
McOlvorn (S.), 2,977; R. Ollray (F.
Plurality for Cluff, 24,849; major
ity for Cluff, 17,597.
For 8tate Treasurer.
Qoorgo M. Whltmoro (D.), 57,023;
W. D. Sutton (R.) 80,776; Sol J.
Selvln (S.), 2,938; Parkor D. Cady
(F.-L.), 4,398; plurality for Sutton,
23,753; majority for Sutton, 16,417.
For State Auditor
Danlol O. Larson (D.), 56,405; Mark
Tuttlo (R.), 80.980; W. D. Murphy
(S.), 3,421; J. H. Magdlol (F.-h.).
4.310; plurality for Tuttlo, 24,415;
majority for Tuttlo, 16,684.
For State Superintendent of Public
L. J. Mulr (D), 57,539; George
Thomas (It.), 80,163; Fnnnlo Solvln
(S.), 2,879; Mamlo A. Hvlzdalok (F.
L.), 4,318; plurality for Thomas, 22,
624; majoflty for Thomas, 15,409.
Quostlon No. 1 (city charters,) yos,
22,757; no, 27,656; majority against,
Question No. 2 (stato support ot
schools), yos, 43,552; no, 31,210; ma
jority for 12,342.
Quostlon No. 3 (stato dobt limit),
Whllo making tho final cattlo drlvo
In tho west mountains Wednesday ot
last weok with othor'townsmon J. E.
Mono and Joopor Rolfo encountered a
vory dllllcult descent froAi ono of tho
rldgos. Tho mountain was so stoop
and covered with snow that It bo
camo extremely dangerous In doscond
Ing. Tho two mon located somo horses
on tho rldgo and wont up to round
them up. In tho chnso thoy travolod
qulto a dlstanco from tho trail up
which thoy nsconded. Whoro thoy
started down tho mountain was ox
tromoly steop and covorod with snow,
making tho downward climb rathor
risky. In fact, so much so, that thoy
dismounted and romovod tho saddles
from tho horses, fooling (hat If tho
horso slipped and was lost thoy
would save thomsolvcs and tho sad
dles. Howovor, aftor n tedious and
long trip, thoy managed to roach tho
bottom of tho canyon without any
E. FORRE8T TAYLOR IN
Flrat Personal Appearance of This
Local Favorite In Many Months
E. Forrest Taylor, tho brilliant
young actor and managor, who Is
known possibly hotter to local thoatro
goorj than anyone who has over ap
peared at tho Royal Thoatro will ro
turn Saturday, Docombor 11th, In tho
exceptionally Btrong drama, "Pals
Mr. Taylor has tor tho past bIx
months boon at tho Dcnham Thoatro
at Donver, Colorado; both pross and
public unlto In saying that this young
man has boon ono of tho most popu
lar members ot tho Wilkes Players
that tho City of Donvor has ovor
socn, and ho has mado for himself a
largo clrclo of frlonds among tho
thoatro goers ot Donvor, who aro
gcniilnclsorry-to.gh'. Mr.y Taylo h?
al Uie'DonhawSi However,-tbeWitkea
Players loss wllL.be tho Lohl thoatro
Motive Power Weak.
Lura Florence has heard a great
deal of talk about momma's electric
being without power and tho necessity
of charging It Ono day sho was told
to rcmovo her rubbers and tnke them
tq her room. Sho failed to do this and
later was nskod why sho had not dono
so. Sho replied: "I did not havo pow
er enough; I had to stop and charge
yos, 15,142; no, 33,417; majority
Question No. 4 (right ot action In
fatal injury casos), yos, 26,288; no,
24,819; majority for, 1,469.
For Judge, Fourth District
Andrew 11. Morgan (D), 9,835; Ellas
Hanson (R.), 10,331; majority for
For DUtrlct Attorney, Fourth District.
Jamos D. Tuckor (D.), 8,974; Char
les J. Wahlqulst (It.), 11,323; major
ity for Wahlqulst, 2,349.
IS NOW THE UPPERMOST THOUGHT OF ALL
ONLY TI1HEK WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
AT BROADBENTS STOEE
Yon will find everything in rendiness for your ChriRtmnH
shopping. Our advice is ahop enrly nnd often.
Visit our grand display ot gifts containing all that Is now, bright
and frosh. THOUSANDS of holiday goods ot gonulno worth and un
questioned valuo for real dcslrahlo presents. Wo can plonso tho old,
satisfy tho mlddlo aged, ploaso tho young and tlcklo tho children.
IS AT DROADBENT8 STORE WITH A OREATER DISPLAY' THAN
We invito you to lot tho children conic nnd soo nil tho
wonderful gifts. They're welcome. Snntn Clnus wnnts thorn
to come nnd boo the dolls, doll huggics, enrts, wngons, hooks,
rattles, hnlls, games, blocks, toy dished, whistles, trumpots, toy
hroomK, porfumes, flit irons, hnndlcorchicfs, drawing slntes,
ldttio knrs, tri-cycles, bells, rattles and ihousnnds of other
articles. Everybody come nnd bring tho children. Music nil
IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Shoes, Underwear and Hosloiy, we will glvo you the very bottom
prlco. Thoro has boon great reductions on many Horns,
Ladies' 50c Hoso now 25c, Outing Flannel 20c, Cnlico 15c, 40c
Factory 20c nnd so on down tho lino,
10 Pound Sack Oatmeal 65o
10 Pound Sack Now Cornmoal - ..............SSo
10 Pound Can Syrup - ..50c
10 Pounds Sugar -.. ..91.15
1 Pound Packet Now nnlsltiB (Not 11 oz. Packet) - 25c
1 Pound Packet Now Currants (Not 11 oz. Packet) 25c
Frosh Oranges and Lomons Just In.
And Many othor bargains can be found at
P. S. That good coal, two cars Just In. Can wo bring you a loadT
Dr. Worlton Elected I
School Board Member
Receives 210 Votes of 202 Cast.
Eugene Mason Receives 28, 8. I,
Goodwin 19, Joseph Anderson 2 and
Joseph Droadbent 1.
Dr. F. D. Worlton was oloctoil to
tho Alplno School Hoard as tho Lohl
roprosontatlvo yesterday (Wednes
day) when ho rocolved 210 0; tho 262
votos cast.. Thoro was no other
candidate on tho ticket and roally no
opposition to hlui. Othor candidates
votos for, with tho number of votos
follows: Eugono Mason 28, S. I.
Goodwin 19, Joseph Andorosn 2, Ed
ward Southwlck 1, and Josoph Droad
Llttlo Internet was shown in tho
olootlon and not noarly as many votos
would havo boon cast had It not boon
for tho rumor and foar that a dark
horso might bo placed la tho flold. S.
I. Goodwin, whoso nomination hod
boon filed wlthdrow on Monday loav
Ing Dr. Worlton o only nomlnoo
on tho tlckot. , ,11 d too many
Jobs woro glvon as tho ronson for tho
Dr. Worlton is woll qualified for tho M
position, having had oxperlonco as H
toachor and principal ot schools and B
Is a Buccosstul man from a buslnoss H
standpoint. Ho will mako an oxcol- M
lent roprosontatlvo for Lobl. M
In Pleasant Grove 10 votos oloctod H
S. L. Swenson to succeed Charlos Q. H
Johnson, tho second mombor ot tho
board going out of offlco this yoar. H
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braMeSy Musical Christmas
Make your Christmas a merry musical one. H
Round out your Christmas joy and add that festive H
note of Yulctide cheer by getting a Columbia
Spend only a few minutes in our store. Hear this i : H
beautiful instrument play the latest music, dances, jj H
songs, and Grand Opera selections. Then you will i H
understand why the Columbia Grafonola is the most : H
wonderful Christmas Gift : H
The latest models to choose from all equipped
with the Non Set Automatic Stop. Never stops before H
it should. Always stops at the very end, Nothing fH
to move or set or measure. H
& We'll be looking for you, so be sure to call fl
(yJm )an ct us emonstratc now- yu too, can have H
I yL' a merry musical Christmas. fl
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WITH HIS LOAD OP jfl
AND XMAS GOODS 1
: MANY USEFUL AND DESIRABLE GIFTS FOR H
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Our Big Sale
WILL CONTINUE 'TIL XMAS I
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Many New Bargains .
TIIAT WILL MAICE YOUR XMAS BUYING: j
WONDERFULLY EASY. j
BUT DO IT KARLY , L
People's Co-p.. Inst
The Big Christmas Store on Stato Street 1
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