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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 October 1920

HflK fll fcgffi', October 21, 1920. THE LEHI SUN, LEIII. UTAH ' Pngc Seven. I " .ui .1 - "-- ' - ' THE VALLEY of the GIANTS I M By PETER B. KYNE SB Author of "Cappy Ricks" 9fij Copyrlcbl by Ptr B. Kyne KAPTER XVIII Continued. HHBr 20 MpMgwy lore!" ho cried happily. "I BMMdiircil dream of such happiness BBSly. You were so unnttaln- jMagjjilp obstacles between us were fl4Pf nnd se great " JEJWf today, Ilryce?" she Interrupt- HJlMteok Iter adorable little nose In ftilWyit thumb nnd rcirolliiRor nnd wSm& It gently. "The light began W&Sfn yesterday, my dear little en- JwJMWlnwing mi Interesting linlf- jgyftiilcli I put In with his honor the -JjjBft Acting upon suspicion only, ajaHI'oiindstnne I was prepared tn 9flJMn tn the rock pile If he didn't jHSXhlmsclf In the matter of my flHEent fmnehlsv for the N. C. O. lKolly old Invertehrate wept mid jKil me anything If I wouldn't fljflgb lilm. .So I promised I wouldn't flRlhlug until the frauehle mat- flfljiuhl he deflultely nettled af...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 October 1920

M pK( Bieht THE LEHI SUN, EHIJrAH ' Thuraflny. Omm W I I I You Bet We're Cominq ' ME AND TIGE WILL BE AT THE ROYAL THEATRE, SATURDAY AT m 2:30 O'CLOCK IN TIIE AFPERNOON, OCTOBER 23. m GRAND RECEPTION ITS FREE H( Everybody) invited free souvenirs to every boy and girl. . B BUSTER -BROWN AND TIGE. Hf , i i i. . . . -iii H Local Items M o n Mr. and Mm. Sylvan Clark wcro L Salt Lako visitors last weak. H;1 Mrs. Goorgo Honson of Sholloy, B Idaho, Is visiting hero with rolatlvos. Bf Como hoar Mabol Thurman Davis H toll "Why Womon Should Voto for Hi Harding." adv. Bl Bay Kids don't forgot to como Bli nnd 800 mo and "Tlgo" Saturday IK afternoon at 2:30 at tho Royal, adv. Hki a E Miss Myrl Clark Is taking wookly m f. vocal lossons nt Provo from her form- ! or teachor, Miss Florenco Jopporson. Miss Llla Ohran loft last wcok for Cnllo, Utah, whoro sho has accepted a position as school teachor. o All Mlllinory twonty per cent dis count at People's Co-op. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Archlo Soronson of Wes...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

I he Jthi .Jtoti. j P Combined With The Lehi Banner ' S LEHI, UTAH, THImSDAY, OQTOBR 28, 1020 NOTW ifl Bunoil Adjourns g; Special Meeting IJBd special City Council mooting, IfHKlny, called for tho purposo of Epng tlio lovoy for tho Main Strcot Hiht work, was adjourned until ilwcgular Novombor session, Tuos HRNovcmbor 9th. Tho contractors Hfnot complotod tho work and tho Sr could not bo mtulo at tho special Bb almost Impossible road past Mlnrnos and Fox rosldoncos in tho HM Ward was discussed. Tho lE;Ei Road contractors woro hold ro Bilblo for tho cutting up ot tho Bt, In tho opinion of tho Council, Sey authorized Councilman Knight Kko up tho matter with tho con jjBbrs and bcq that tho nocossary Brs to tho road aro mado. Tho EkI strcot was used as a dotour j-H&g construction ot tho stato road. Mwas also roportod that exca En work for Uio. Carnoglo Library Efatlon had started but was held HBjtomporarlly, until It could bo HflBrmlned how tlo BUrfdco viator ZHHbo takon caro of. To r...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

I Articles and Illustrations Sgm I for Lehi Housewives 1 Read The Sun 1 I ID : I Fur Mantle in I Form of Cape ! Judging by Uio fur wraps prepared for this winter, tlto good, old-fashioned fur coat has passed Into tfcc ills card, To bo really smart, observes h Paris fashion correspondent, our fur mantlo must be In tho form of a cupc or closely rcscmblo n dress or, If n coat nt nil, Decidedly of tho wrnppy type. Tho fitted sleevo is seldom seen In tho latter. When there Is a slccvo It Is cut ns pnrt of tho garment, somo whnt on tho raglnn style. Somo of the very newest fur gar ments for 1020-21 nro being inado In what is known In Paris ns tho robo mnntenu stylo; that Is, the coat Is al most In tho form of a dress. Tho leading furrier linvo taken this tip, as It were, from tho big dressmakers of Paris, who nro having rcmarkublo suc cess with those coat dresses. From fur to orgnndlo is n far cry, but In fashion, vagaries tho wholo gamut Is often sounded, and so tho robo man tcnu is foun...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

Bty, October 28, 1920 TIIE LEIII SUN, LEHI, UTAH. , Pago Throo HHi kthelehi bun pithed every Thursdny at Bj? Lclii, Utah. gQAISFOIlD -.MaMngw BSat the postoflleo at Lchi, pp8 second clns3 matter. fcsCIUPTION RATES BBr, in advance $1.50 Bcal Items fiBB?ThomaB spent Monday in BSbw Ek BKhodcs was a Salt Lnko BBlay. r - SBens of l'rovo was a Lohl nlnr, HK o Krcnson Is tho latest ownor BSfonl touring cnr. BEv of West Jordan was tho MfcJs Edrls Ashcr Saturday. SSe Slipping You'll mako a Hj'" you buy anything from Bforo you get our prices Miss Norma Jones wqb a Salt Lako visitor Monday. o Miss Ednn Itolfe spent tho week end In Sprlngvllto visiting with friends. Mrs. Gray of Draco, Idaho, Is visit ing hero with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gray. ' Mrs. Harry Stewart and son Ray mond, wero Salt Lake visitors Satur day. William Peterson was operated on for appendicitis at tho local hospital Tuesday; Miss Jesslo Fox returned homo from Salt L'ako Monday after spondlng tho past month thcro. Prices aro Slipp...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

aaanaasaaviTi -"p,Ww &fSSfTRHjSaanMBaaK2nawMBaaaaajBjBaa BBSS . W-i '- -'-i3SP(pP,-v.,, ,. SAit . ..... BBaBfl 3 I BJB' Bfl III paKC Four. THE LEHI SUN. LEW. UTAH Thursday, OctoUf. M U i i npnw w i i i ' " ' Eg. puMMMMMMMWWWIMIW 1H " 1 JJSl' 1 WEBSTER-MAN'S MAN BBbB K IM Author of "Cappy Rkk," The Valley of the Giante," Etc Ccpyrtt by PtW B. Kyaa 1 J MAN'S MAN BUT HE REFORMS. Presently a pink'jowled, well curried, flashily dressed big man, of about Webster's age, passed in the corridor, going toward the head of the train. An instant later a woman's voice said very nannr ft'ntffy! BflflU "I do not know you, sir; I do not wish to know you, and it is Br loathsome of you to persist in addressing me. If you da not stop Wmf your annoying attentions, I shall call the conductor." gJMg "Ah I Beauty in distress," John Stuart Webster soliloquised. I " look so much like an Angora goat I might as well bull in." lie stepped to the door of his stateroom. A girl stood in the vestibule, confront...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

MMBWBPaBiBwBBMPBBwBPBBPBlBBPMPBPMPJB HH mbbbI 'Ai2HK ''jli 'bbbbI uiSbIHBBBb 'jEl BBM lSHK bbbbbbI ;IbbHHhHY3' - HB (Pnld Advertisement) '"" VOTERS of lehi m Lehi Needs Republican Policies Htosidcnts of Lcbi arc vitally interested in the election next Tuesday. Thoy have ncir wheat, potatoes, apples, hay, beet' and wool drop so low during the last month fre cost of production leaves no profit for the years labor. They have scon the ffef sugar drop so low that the only hope of getting more than $12.00 per ton is for Hp to accept tho 12-month price option as a basis instead of 4-months, as provided Bjthc contract, and then vote the Republican Ticket for prosperity. The farmers of jHc being made to stand what reduction is being made in tho high cost of living for ,Kk heard of any general downward movement in manufactured products or others IYAN THINK8 OF COX onnlngs Ryran was a dole Domocrntlc National Con iroo days hoforo tho con linatod Cox this Is what fid published In tho Now that t...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

1 p If Page Six . f TIIE LEIII SUN, LEHI, UTAH Thuwdny. OetnB ITiids Horses Died of Poison i Musty Hay 8alcl To Have Killed Santaquln Anlmata; Warning Given. ' Dr. R. W. HogRan, Blato livestock ' inspector, hfas Just returned from , ' Santnquln whoro ho was called to Investigate) tbo doath of sovoral r horaou. Forago poison Is responsi ble for tho doath of so many horses, In various parts of tho stato, accord ing to Dr. Hoggan, and It was duo to this that tho animals at Santaquln died. Rains have" caused hay that was nor proporly cared for to becomo mouldy and fjirmora aro irunnlng horsoa on boot tops which have like wise becomo mouldy, according to tho state Inspector, and this Is rais ing havoc among tho horses In dif ferent parts of tho state Ho advo cates that tho animals bo kept away from mouldy food. This will stop what appoars to bo an epidemic among tho horses. PrlcoB aro Slipping You'll mako n big mlstako If you buy anything from anybody boforo you got our prices People's C...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

Mv. October 28, 1920. LUCERNE: THE HOTESS f OF SWITZERLAND ' ummiic, scene of Imiwrtunt confer tDCCs umo"B nlllcd statesmen, Is n precious Jewel among Swiss cities wltli tlio hike of Uio sntne nnmo for Hitsfettins n Inko whero varied beauty Hun) historic association ore blended. H On tlmt bike's shores William Tell In reputed to Iiitve exhibited Ids murks- sMmaDshlp to the dlscomllturo of Gcssler, """iMind on Its waters tradition holds be 5$"Bwoa his rcvengo by seizing the rudder Hot the vessel on which that tyrant held Hblm prisoner uiiil guided lUo tbo rock irbcre he nlmed, not at an apple, but rHit bis oppressor's heart. I Less picturesque, but more slfrnlfl not, was tho formulation of thu per Bpetual league- That famous Instru Hoent not only was tho antecedent of flthe Swiss confederation, but marked Ha mile post l humanity's political freedom. H Moved by tourists and crowded lrHwIth thctn In normal years, Lucerne Hu retained ninny of Its ancient us- poets. Ha crumbling wall wit...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 October 1920

In H M Pnge Eight IE LEHI SUN, 'LEHI, UTAH , inn.,,.. Th"dv, fylul, ,'B I IK3EiBfl ! Mil IM V I Kit I II IN II --fg im iwi lUw I iBJPnH Hlllf VHftili rSSTT I 1 nSssaHi IINIVCDCnl rfeJ; mrmmsm imiff LllOAl ISIl ffl II PORCELAIN M . fc llHFTi'B ' ' Ji I OCTOBER 2930'fiEa1 H You are invited to call at our store during our special demonstration and sale of UNIVERSAL ranges and heaters, JJw WASHABLE1 H A very interesting entertainment will b o given in front of our store at 3 p. m. October 30th. I H Has it occurred to you that long ago you junked the old black, dirty, greasy sink for a porcelain sink. How would you Ike to go back to that old black sink again? H how about the old black range that keeps your wife busy most of the time trying to keep clean, when she has many other pressing duties to look after? H How would you like to be fireman for some of the old time ranges that burn up coal like a steam engine? H The UNIVERSAL is the last word in range construction ' Mtf S j,vv H MODERN...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

II . ,' -,. ined With The Lehi Banner b'X lUlJj.. 1 ,,' fl Ifljli " ' t'EHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 471020 ' , g KQ 14 I Ildslide For Republicans h and the nation casts biggest vote in history i nucan nominees, locally, in the state and nation- given nearly two to every one for the democratic E'nees, returns yesterday showed. i. fnr 1L0 Itopubllcana wiib tho lcsiilt of Tuesday's tmllut casting a ?hn I nlt-l States. Lohl, Vtah County, the Statu of Utah and a Bttl ii, nation, from which reports lind boon received late yester- 'B i ft, overwhelming voto for tho Republican nomlneos, In many B f m twi to tmo to throo to ono Itoturns horo and olietthero B iho ballots cast thin year will by fnr out number those of any B i n ml tlo majority for the Itppubllcan party will also bo Rreator Bisection In tho country's hlalorj. B:L mnirritv Klvcn locally and In other partB of tho stato and county B irnrl" as the return of the, 101G olcctlon whon Lohl, and tho state rNB'.'.Vfnr tho first tlmo In...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

HAWS Tf9Nmr vHV II FarjreTwo . THE LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH . .. Thursday, November j ,. H' IBB 13 ' Articles and Illustrations I te3gh I for Lehi Housewives...... I Read The Sun 1 BB HB IS Old Greece Is 1 j4 In Style Note IK .it luf Greek Effects in Dresses Are Be lli ing Liberally Used by Paris Bl Designers. 1 BUCKS, BROWNS, GRAYS LEAD MR More Somber Colors Are Favored for T Daytime Wear; Brilliant Hues SB Are Preferred for Evening IB Attire. HE Paris designers nro using ever so IK toany Greek effects In dresses, writes UB a prominent fashion correspondent MJ Tho romantic morganatic mnrrlngo of Iflj tho young king of Greece and his Juno UH Wilt to his bride, living In Paris, act IKg the Frcnrh dressmakers to thinking of HI tho beautiful possibilities for fall fash- HJ Ions In tho natlvo Greek costume, both HJ ancient nnd modern, tho result being a HJ decided Greek noto In tho autumn col. K lections. H Tho wifo of tho king of Greece, who M Is very beautiful, nnd her younger sis- In tcr...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

S&- " TWZ" TIIR LBI" SUN, LEHI. UTATT. Pao Three 1 T a THE LEHI hum . . " - xrago xnrco m UKjjiiss Biretory Bthe electric j EAfiiSsRY and CASE BurT electrically julppe. K eiUMUamca1- K.rf " t0Clt 0l frMht KtkM and paltry. J E, lerred at all houra. ,Biiu3 Otterson, Prop. 4. i I. .. j. 4. ! -I' MV5 j'i ; Rammer livery j L lomotlilng for transfer wc ? B' ur sorvlc0, I Dugglc3 For Mro. . I i Isepli Hammer, Prop. I 1st West stroct lift llf Plock South Main Street W Lchl, Utah. ill loHIROPRAOTIO" J Mil I gcence of the Human Spine .J. Bjj nd Ite adjustment. H I. M. GRANT, D. 0. t M Phone 113 American Fork R rICAN FORK LEHI WPfc PLEASANT anovE 4. 4B?1 H . 4- -s- 4 $ f 1 r ' Ufl I N. 0. MALAN J 11 HeRTAKEU and EMBALMER.3. v, I Open Day and NIcht Vea I Telephone 44 ' Lshl, Utah. itellRBBRT TAYLOR t or!K WOTARY PUBLIC J Hie wldtBsE AND AUTOMOBILE of2 INSURANCE J my lanftople's Bank of Lehi j frock rBTE STREET LEH,t ceforoM. . .5. 4. .j. .j. ... ,. ros frMb , "? HENRY LEWIS : nrrcnliH. 1j(j...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

iiliHPJIIiP B i Pnge Four. THP tfwt srv T fttt ttam Thursday. Noya. W I WebsterMan's Man i By PETER B. KYNE M Autbor of "Cappy Ricks," "The Valley of the Giants," Etc. Jjl Copyright by Peter B. Kjme If MS "PLEASE LET ME HEAR FROM YOU." I' I Jotm Stuart Webster, mtntnr engineer, man's man, 29 ytars young, board lU I a train In Death Valley, California, on his way back to civilisation after clean. L2j Inr up 109,000. He Is dreaming of cool baths, silk pajamas and ham and em. fm But he looks like a hobo to the porter and the conductor. Ilia way of Chans;. M tag their views elves a hint of the mettle of the man. Then ha meets a dls- R tretitd lady, who makes his heart nop over for the first time In all his days. Ml He eliminates the offending man after the style of the man's man the world J over. Being what lie la and also girl-shy, he does not take advantage of his j opportunity. But he Just had to find out who the no-lontrer-dlstressed lady Wa Is, being determined to hatch up a scheme...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

I 'rtinrsday, November 4, 1920 I UTAH REPUBLICANS I ELECT STATE TICKET I SENATOR GMOOT IS VICTORIOUS, WHILE MAYDE DEFEAT8 TAY- LOR FOR GOVERNORSHIP. H Beehive State Back In the Republican B Column, Entire State Ticket Be. B ing Elected by Plurality Estl. mated at 10,000. , salt Lake City. Tho Republican iB party triumphed In Utnh on November 9 the stale ticket being cloctcd by H a plurality estimated nt 10,000. B As an hullcntlon of the result of the ' ote. returns received early Wcdnes- A day mornliiB showed : tfl For President: Cox 24,104 fi Hardlno . . 36,714 For U. S. Senator: I Welling 23,393 ,fl Smoot . 35.720 ,'B For Governor: Taylor 23,450 Mabey 35,949 iB For Congress, First District: B Fun( , . . 9,589 H Colton 14,533 111 For Congress, Second District: tB Thomas 13,794 llfi Leatherwood .21,425 I Aw on enthusiast rcmnrked : "From I president to constnblo the Republicans pB carried Utah. Their victory could only B bare been more complcto with greater B majorities, hut those w...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

yifllftfi I ilfll, I'aee Six TIIE LEHI SUN, LEIH, UTAH - Thursday, Novoml, 1 ,. I IB Cedar Fort Items BUS; By Mrs. F. N. Berry. HISlii i...... ...... "" BHtt Ansa (Vlnnlo Hacking entertained at KfM a candy pull Saturday ovonlng. BBBBJf Mrs. Lysandor Dorry end daughter, KfjB woro tho guests of Mr, and Mra, W. L. BmiB Horry nt supper Sunday ovonlng. BBS, Born to Mr. and Mrs. David A. HMIP Horry, a daughtor Octobor 28th. JlWS Mother hnd babo doing flno. RJIjIk Messrs. Leo Chamberlain and Kim- RmSfl boll Smith aro homo from Scranton liHffi whoro thoy havo spoilt tho last month. Itllm o IMHk Misses Forn and Cora Smith and slB Lavotta Thomns and Messrs. Fred nnd RH: TlUflBoll Parson, Wondoll McKInnoy and Mr.-WaUorfl.of Falrfleldi woro Cedar Fort visitors Friday ovonlng nt a patty In-tho Cedar Fort Gym. Miss Molba Cook ontortnlncd Thurs day ovonlng nt a Toptiy-Turvoy Hallowe'en party. Guests present woro MIssoa Ila, Fay nnd Forn Anderson, Arvllla, Juuo and Josophlno Dorry, Vlnnlo Hacking, ...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

''"''"flflJwJVflflVfllNHBHHHHHHHHH abb! B F m Im m ftitM BL. November 4, 1920. -.,.,, , 4 .! - - . JHB LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH ' Paffc Seven. '1 TSWrE NEWS El flares ou the assessed vnlun K Davis county this year nrc lpued with ?17,.H3,385 ES Kusond, two hundred and aov. Kornhans of the Near Bust have wn $ ,o Ufn" b; t,,, Near "U mtei cominlttco of Aiugrlcn. ft his automobile collided with K at Salt Luke, Chick Conway Kmvn from the machine, suffer. Aerations and bruises about the iClf. fl He ,as been received at the Salt BLt,.ffi,... from the department nt fl,tcn that the sending of nil fl.jc through the malls l pro- Lltures of $412,KH.2.r, in war Ksufil on account of state work, Kited about SO iter cent of the ' - flubuftcmeiita of the stnto dur- S" fltober. WMs ft llii'li and Jerry Smart, rail Korkcrs, have been arrested nt Hike, charged with having par ft in the robbing of J. II. Lee, Her, of $'. H""" for the Bcnjumln drainage fl at IJonJamlu, Utah, embracing Hcrcs, has been awarded...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 4 November 1920

Ml Page Eight .g-s-ii -- niE LEIII SUN, LKI11, UTAI1 Thursday, Novim, 4 I J ELECTION OVER 11 I Interest Turns to Buying H 1 Merchandise At Reduced I HUffi HI Prices HO . r ' H ONE SHOULD BE VERY CAREFUL OX) SELECT QUALIFY GOODS BF ' IHW SURE THAT YOU RECEIVE QUAMT Y , MERCHANDISE IN EVERY LINJD. WE SUGOES1VTIIE FOLLOWING; LINES- I i - '. HART SOHAFFNER& MARX . ' jj0B() M I CLOTHING FOR MEN CORSETS FOR WOMEN AND ttf '!v TALMER" MISSES. R ! COATS AND SUITS FOR WOMEN. "MONARCH" M J:' "WALKOVER"-' UNDERWEAR FOR ijl 11 SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. "MEN W AND CHILDREN. : M ij . MONARCH NASUHA MILLS MAnTff'' if i; WOOL AND COTTON BLANKETS.' ' g) LEATHER . jj I "GORDON"' V MONARCH "ESKIMO'' '! B i ; HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS. "' . .WOOL SHIRTS FOR MEN. - I ! Hff i ' W , I ; OUR PRICES HAVE BEEN1 SO REDUCIiJMHAT WE CAN STILL MAIN- ' I ! j ! AIN OUR SLOMN I i : 'We Sell For Less i 1 Watson Merc. Co. f : MAIN STREET TT1TTT : H I LEHI f Local Items HI Mr. and Mrs. Jay Smulii of Evans- HI ton, Wyomi...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 11 November 1920

HT '''BHPINHsMSaNHMMMHPpMIMMHHHHMHIHMIHHBaMHMH te Jlritt Jwm J B Combined With The Lehi Banner . 1 sMJTvZZ gs. . . LEHiTUTAHT THURSDAY, NOVEMBERTi. 1A2Q . v " -1 . wn ik ' ' ' ifl Hit " - ; ! Kgineer Makes Report I On Paving Cost I B0ckS Main Street Pavlno, Curb. V. .nt Guttering Amount to 13,--Abutting Property Owner. Retortion $10,680, Clty-a Shar 2-Councll Authorises Tempor L Use of Sinking Funds To Pay Hor improvement. ho engineer's report on tho cost of H Mai" Stroot lmprovomont ond tho Has of paying tho contractors for work consumed tho groator part tbo regular Novomlior Council Hctlng Tuosday ovonlng. Tho Mayor, Kncllmon and Attornoy woro nil , Hhe report of Englnoor Huddloson, 1 A Hgsl t Lake, who has had chargo of v com0nt work, was hoard and oc Bttl. Tho cost of tho Improvement, HglYon, totaled $13,307. Of this tho Kr'j proportion was figured at $2,627 H nearly 1300 for extra englnoorlng Ek. And tho property ownors pro Hlon totaled $10,680. Blnce tho contract accopted on t...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 11 November 1920

bbbbb I pw Two THE LEHI SUN, LEW, UTAH Thursday, mvmU, 1, j Articles and Illustrations I 3n I for Lehi Housewives I Read The Sun I l eb . m 1 Velvets, Laces, I , Ribbons, Furs run? r jJII Dress Materials in Joyous Min is gllng for Milady's Dinner and II Danoe Gowns. 1 PLAITED FAN-SHAPED PANELS M Sldo Decoration Much In Favor; Low HS Waistline Bodice Is Foaturcd; rH Pretty Trlmmlnui In Qold ! and Silver. alii Thls wlntcr we 8lm" (Ilno un(1 danco HE In velvets, lnccs, ribbons and furs flB mingled luxuriously, according to a jUR leading fashion writer. It wns nntur- Ef nl to Bupposo that women would tiro MB of loco dresses, as so many of them HH wcro worn during the Biimraor, but H tlio fervor for lnco continues unabated. BE ' Tho loveliest things Iranglnnblo havo Wtm D0n created In combinations of vol- IM vet and laco dyed to match tho color EvVlj of tho velvet. In theso, gray, brown M nnd groon are favored, while black 1MB laco frequently is used In combination MM with white velvet e...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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