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I -- Comed With The Lehi Banner ' " I
! Z?"' UTAH' K3AY'"JAN"A5Y C, 162P ' - ' '
Jftrllon Chosen
sident Alpine
Ce I School Board
9 AT, Ltn Sworn In Tuesday and
BLanlxatlon Effected.
' sMln WorHo". Lehl's roprosont-
"aillictBttoAlt.nl. haool board, wns
,sldent wlif'i tho new nnil old
met Tur-J.iy afternoon to
hvfaM Anothor now menibor,
(1 xijM L swollen f Pleasant
Wj, also honored In being
lice-president
'icing r Worlton In tlio
'of preild'nt tho board ro-
, j,lg vmJi exporlonco In
" VW ork and business nffalrs
ill 8lst lilm in handling the
rotlcms to bo considered In
t few yoars in this district.
rlton will step Into tho soat
T,JiCt by Wshop S- ' Goodwin,
HB very succesfully filled tho
55B of president on the school
complete orgnnlzatlon of tho
BLllcvs President, Dr. F. D.
I.Lehl; Vice-President, Bishop
Snsen, ricasnnt Grovo;
Ber, IhV Hezznnt, American
U B1' 5Iark Kartchnor, I'rovo
The other board mouibors
j F N'oyes. American fork;
ij,-ccj8 attends their efforts it
Thomas, Fairfield.
B 0
.NAMES ON 1921
JURY LIST
d Humes on tho 1021 Jury list
Hi County liave been selected
Hide tho following.
Lehl'
Hj Austin, William Asher,
Hlihton, I). Hay Allrcd, John
Hi, John Urcms, J. 13, Hone,
CUtl, J 11 Cotter, 12. J.
Hiimoo, K. L. Chlpmnn,
Hftra, Isaac W, Fox, Samuel
Kb, Leo W. Goates, William
w Charles II. .Gray, Jonas
Berth, II C Hnrdy, Kdwnrd
H Thomas F KIrkham, Henry
Bis, N. Oscar Malon, Ellis
Ha, Ellsha Perk, Jr., George-' O.
Bo, John Roberts, Jr., William
CHtcr, 8, W Itoss, Freomnn
ll J. Stewart, Kdwnrd South
Herbert Taylor, Kdwnrd South-
hint Thomas, Hobor 0. Webb,
Wines ana Krnoat II. Wobb.
Cedar Fort
JHI B Ccok' 0rson 1,acklng, Andrew
Jiniei Peterson.
B Fairfield.
Bf Carson, Ralph L. Du Dols,
BiyAPPOINTMENTS
9, PARTIALLY MADE
7H Wee .. County commls
jHlect 'Pt I .la afternoon and'
H,.ltcusaii) , for about three
HBta sppc i of tho dlfToront
HB' Tlrtnal'v dMdod to confirm
HBwen bv tho vnrlous depart
HY1"1 for tin ir olllcers. Shorlff
I'," lId his namoU as do-
Karl It, ,r,i( Josoph Vnln,
B4 1) !' Ropor. Mrs. Leah
B ,IlB re' order, named R. It.
H. who will act temporarily;
Shell, v of Ainorlcnn Fork and
Milan Allrcd of Plensunt VIow.
MUy ChT Wallace Hales was
' Ilamr l,lB ch,ot deputy -to.
"j1 named Miss Vlvlnn Hawkins
"tain a- Mm oUior deputy and
rlall Mi Leah Smait In the
'or a siurt tlnio. h, j4. Nelson'
Hd hlrf deputy to Coun-
PD EYES MADE
B YOUNG
W use op glasses
JF.i'-tinn Uuaranteod.
I E. N. WEBB
I J'elr "d Optometrist
I" trbIt' G,,t Shop-
I C6T LEHI
ty TroasiTror Henry Joppurson ami
Don W. Conover was nnmed chief de
puty to County Assessor C. H. Haw
kins. The county road supervisors and
other olllcers to bo niiniud by the
commissions a will not bo consider
ed until after tho commissioners have
mot nnd mado Invoslgatlons Into
tho needs of tho different depart
ments. I'rovo Post.
BODY OF LEHI SOLDIER .
ARRIVES FOR DURIAL
Funeral Services For Walter Edwards
Who Died In France To Be Held
Today.
Tho remains of Wnl'tor Kd wards,
one of Lord's young men who gave
his life for humanltj, nnlved home
Tuesday ovenlng from France. Kim
otal sorvlces, unilor the direction of
tho Lehl Legion Post No. iy, Wlll be
conducted today (Thursday) lu the
High School Auditorium commencing
. at 2-M p. in.
Waller Kdwurds wns tho son or
Mrs. Wmnle Kdwurds, formerly of
Lehl but now living In .Mllford, and
wns born hoio December 2S, 1894. Ho
grew up here and lu 1'JIS untorcul tho
U. . uonlco and after short training
was sont to France. Thero ho con
tracted Inlluonzu and on October 20.
1918, died from pneumonia. Iiosldoa
his mother, four sisters and two
brothors, surWvo him.
All preparations hnvo boeu mado bj
tho Legion members for u military
funornl In honor of the groat saerlflco
tho )oung man mndo for his country
nnd people. n out-of-town speaker
will be present.
o
STATE AND NATIONAL AID FOR
PERSONS INJURED IN INDUSTRY
-Principal
Junius Hanks Is In re
ceipt of u communication from the
Stnto Dopartuient of Public Instruc
tion stating that any person who has
beon partially or wholly disabled in
Industry through accident or other
wise nnd vho on that necount'-lsTiot
ablo to follow his occupation to good
ndvnntago Is invited to comuiunlcnto
with Francis Kfrkhnm at tho Capitol
Uulldlug, Suit Lako City, and ho will
bo Instructed ns to how ho may be
ro-ed u rated or ro-fittod to go back to
his former oinploymout or to take up
a now lino of woik.
Tho letter from Francis KIrkham
follows:
STATU OF UTAH
DKPAUTMKNT OF PUIiLIC
INSTRUCTION x
h. J. Mulr, Superintendent
Salt Lako City.
Decombor 11, 1920.
Superintendents of Schools
To Mayors of cities and towns In
Utnh
I Commercial Clubs In Utnh
Will you ploase give notlco to per
sons "disnblod In Industry or other
wise," that federal and stnto funds aro
avallublo for tholr rehabilitation. Tho
State Hoard for Vocational Kducatlon.
In cooperation with tho Stute Indus
trial Commission, are authorized un
der Ihe state plan to provldo edu
cational opportunities to lit applicants
for such work ns their disability will
permit.
Kindly glvo thlB matter your atten
tion In.ordor that porsons needing
this rooducatlon mny apply for same
to tho uudorslgnod.
You run further facHltnto this work
by advising us of possible applicants
for rotiulnlng.
Vory slncoroly.
FRANCIS W. KIRKHAM.
Slnto Dlroctor Industrial
Rehabilitation
"
INAUGURAL BALL AT
40TEL UTAH
Anoitnoemont has been mado by the
committee In charge that an Inaugural
Hall will bo glvon by the Republican
State Commltteo ut tho Hotel I'tah on
Monday ovenlng, Jaiitmry 10th. The
nffilr Is In honor of the new governor,
-tnte pflU'lals and members of the lugls
latuio and will afford the public nn op
portunity to meet and tender respects
to tho new olllcinls.
'Ihe occasion wlll be formal, public,
and no udmlsslon fee will be charged.
The reception will begin t 9.00 p. m.
and tho grand march at 10:00 p. m.
'Ihe 'committee in charge asks that
the people of this locality take this ns
an Invitation and that as many as
possible attend.
o
OS. SURE AND ATTEND
Tho nnnual meeting of tho shnrehold
ers of the Lehl National Kurrn Loan
Assoolntlon, will be held in Lehl Com
merclal Club Rooms Tuesday ovenlng,
January II, 1921, at eight P. M.
I5DWARD 11. JONKS,
iiiiv Socrotary-Troasup'r
HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE
SCHEDULE
Th high whool coah.M 0f uK. follr
schools in th north half 0f Ftah
county met Tue.day e,eig Wll, ar.
nged tr.e bs-sk-ttmll 8lhedule for
l2l. There are four schools in the
division. Lehl. American Fork, Pleat
ant drove nml Prowi
The schedule provides for six
games for each school or twelve
games In all. They commence Friday.
January 2lt apd end February 26th
Lchfs first Kine Is ut Pleasant drove
'ml her first local game will be with
Provo.
The complete schedule ns outlined
follows:
1 l.ohl at Pleasant CJroo, Jan. 21st.
American Fork at Provo, Jan. 22nd.
2 Pleasant Orovo at American
Kork Jnn 29th.
Provo nt l.ohl... j. 2sth
3-Amerlcan Fork nt Lehl, Fob. Ith
Prov0 at Pleasant Orovo. Feb. 4lh.
I -Pleasant drove nt Proo, Feb. 12th.
Lehl at Amoilrnn Fork, Fob. 11th.
5 Lehl at I'rovo Keb. 19th
American Fork at Pleasant
0rovo Feb. 18th.
fr-Provo at American Fork, Fob 26th.
Plonsant Giove nt Lehl, Fob. 26th.
Tho Lehl High team was playing nt
I'rovo Inst evening In n practice gnmo.
Two of Coach Mltchd'H strongest
men were out of tho game.
FARMERS ATTENTION
Kvery farmer In Lehl In requested
to be prosont lu the City Hull tonight,
Thursday at 7:30 p. m., to discuss
mnttors pertaining to co-oporntivo
purchaso of coal, corn, etc ; to discuss
an Income tnx in plnco of a property
tax, also to dlhcuss whothor Lehi shall
contlnuo tho organization of n Farm
Huroau local and to elect olllcers If
tho mooting ho decides.
n. C. LOTT, President.
S. W. ROSS, Secretary.
For Your Dollars
YOIT CAN OFT A LOT THE MOST
GOOD GOODS AT
BROADBENT & SON
STORE
Sugar, por sack 9.4S
10 Pounds Sugar 1.00
JO Pound Sack Corn Moal . .. M
10 Pound Suck Oatmonl GT
10 Pound Hucket Syrup 98
10 Hnrs Toilet Soap 60
I Pound Package Rnlslns .26
Cleaned Currants, per package .. .26
Corn, por can 16
Pons, por can 16
Tomatoos, per can . . IB
I1ROOMS $1.60 Ilroom on Sale .98
To commenco tho new year wo
wo mako moro big reductions all
through our Dry Ooods Dopartmont.
Best Dress Ginghams on Sale this
week 26c
Hope Hlench, por yard . 20c
$1 10 I'epernl Shooting 2V4 yards
wide, bleached, ON SALK . COc
7:c Pillow Tubing . . 60c
HhirhIiis on every Item In our Dry
Goods Department
It will pay you to shop ut
BROADBENTS STORE
RUHHKRS New shipment Just In.
All sizes, high and low heel. Let us
keep your feet dry.
Two cars of that good coal Just In.
Our coal has good hnblts, it never goes
out nt nights. Can wo bring you a
lood?
Telephone us. we will do tho rest.
F a We cover dress buttons and
frame pictures. '
Gov. Bamberger
Issues Respite
Pardoning Men
Haddock Drothers Released From
County Jail This Morning.
Provo, Dor Sl.-Followlng whnt Is
presumed b Sheriff J. T. Williams to
.i!M rT'U r " ',lwi on ho Part of
Kelr mother. Hen and Leo Hnddock.
brothers, sentenced December 24 to
servo a term or 90 days In tho county
Jail for liaMiig Intoxicating liquor In
their possesion, wore roleased from
custody thiM morning by tho sheriff
on nn order from Governor Unm
bergor. It wlll ho remomborod Hint tho
two young men wcro arrested In
Lehl last week at which trmo tho
sheriff nnd IiIh doputios raided n dis
tillery and confiscated tho contents
thoreof, said to have been oporntcd
by those .two mon. it Is further stated
by tho ollicnrs to hnvo - been tho
largest plant of Its kind yet nolzed
by tho olllcers of this county. Wlion
the two men wero taken boforo
moB U. Tucker's court thoy
guilty to tho chnrgo of having
..jxicutlng liquor In their posses
sion, nnd wero sentenced to pay a
flno of $200 or servo 90 days In tho
county Jail, which amount they woro
unnblo to furnish.
It is undorstod bytlioso fnmlllnr
with tho situation that tho Haddock
bow oro at ono time employed by
Govornor Uamborger, who appears to
bo a close frlond of tho Haddock
family. It Is stated, too, that both
aro young married men of families
and that their wives aro solely de
pendent upon tholr enrnlngs for
support It Is also stated that Mrs.
Haddock, tho mothor of tho young
mon. was under tho Impression thnt
thoy wero hunting nnd trapping In
tho hills west of Lehl during tho
period that, they wero engaged In tho
Illicit liquor traffic.
Following is a copy of tho com
munlcntlon addressed to Shorlff J
T. Wllllums, slgnod by the governor
"You aro hereby notlllod that Ills
Kxcellency, Simon Ilnmbcrger, gov
ernor of tho stnto of Utah, lu exor
cise of his power to grant respites
or reprieves In nil convictions or 1m
penchmciits nccordlng to section 12,
artlcld tf, of tho constitution of Utnh,
does hereby respite nnd grant a
resplto In tho enso of Don Haddock
and Loo Hnddock, now confined In
tho county Jnll of Utah couny,
Provo, Utnh, and under your cus
tody; said prisonors having boon
sontonced to servo for 90 dnyH by
Judgo Jnmos II. Tucker on Frldnv,
Docombor 24, 1920, upon conviction
of tho chnrgo of having liquor In
their possession.
"You nro notified that tho len
ience of said prisonors Is suspondod
until tho noxt sosslon of tho board
of pardons, to-wlt: tho third Satur
day In January, 1921." Provo Post.
KENDALL CLAY BEDS
MAY BE 80LD
Present Indications aro thnt tho
Kendall Kaolin clay beds, now owned
by lllshop Lowls, Ilobort Fox, I). V.
llrown nnd Fred Morrill, will bo sold
within n short tlmo. As most local
peoplo know, thosa bods nro located
In Ccilnr vnlloy several miles east of
Falrflold and are of consldornbto
aluo.
Montnnn mining mon havo had tho
beds under n $60,000 option for sev
eral months nnd during tho past two
months hnvo had ten minors pros
pecting the property to dotormlno the
extent nnd quality of tho doposlts.
A serlos of cuts, tunnols nnd shafts
has revealed an nlniost luoxhnustlhlo
supply of a product declared to oqual
nn lu Kuropc or Amorlcn. Tho mnln
j M'ln, which llos In blnnkot form from
ten to fifteen feet thick, oxtends east
and wost n hnlf mllo through tho
mountain nnd north and south Indef
initely, y
Thero nro moro than 1100 acres
under option. Tho nocessnry work
for patent has rccontly. boon dono nnd
nn nppllcnion for patent has boon
made.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK
EXAMINATIONS
Tho United States Civil Sorvlco
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Commission announces an open com- ' HJ
potltlvo examination for railway mall Hfl
clerk' on' January 16, 1921, at tho H
Logan, Ogdcn, Salt Lako City aud H
Provo. Information can bo obtained HB
nt any post olllco or from Clnudo 13. H
Stator, Post Ofilco Dopartmont, San H
Francisco, California. H
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Onion Breath. HB
Tho onion breath drcndeil by ninny .Hj
is done nwny with It n llttlo milk Is HB
drunk nftcnvnrd. HB
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appearing in person in an original dance "Tho dance of H
tho Temptress," with special scenic and lighting effects, H
making a bountiful prologue to tho presentation of tho t
picture ' H
TEMPTATION IS AN UNUSUAL PHOTOPLAY 'H
Based on the subject of eugenics. H
Admission upstairs 25e, downstairs 50o. ,H
This includes war tax. HuB
No P. C. I. tickets. HH
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