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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 7 April 1921

J THE LEgl 8UN 'iftSrVvcry Thursday at ,Ks,T"(iXlSl',OKD Manager" -ftreTat the postofllce at Lohi, jBtah ns srrnnd class matter. 'BinisCHll'TlON KATES ;Be yclr. in advance $L50 L jl Local Items jl iB-ord Hoberto was a 8alt Lako f Bllor Sunday. jBco bargain tablo at 'Rackor Mor flntilo ' sllodB 1,49 pa,r' adv - BV E, hakor wns n Salt Lako )$ Bisness Usltor Tuesday. H. Spilts Alta Batoman spont the foro It Iflrt of the week In Salt Lako. ,'fl)llss Norma Hammer spent Satur t'fly and Sunday In Salt Lako. flgeo tho wonderful lino of drosses Ifljg and up Watson's. adv. IBttlsi Viola Peterson and Elw.ood , flown spent Sunday in Salt Lako. 'flura. A. C. Schow spent sovoral ;flri this week in Salt I,ake. "Tlio Dovil's Pass Koy," big special -flcture at regular ,prlces Friday "flturday, this week, at tho Royal. fad I "Cold In (ho Head' '(1 tlr-'H an acuta attack of Nasal Catarrh. tst lu'BrtoJt subject to frequent "colds In the 7 !iWf "I" "n1 ,hnt th o of HALL'S ui tit KtAIUUI MEDICINE will bu...

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. — 7 April 1921

BE Pngc Four. - - . THE LEHI '' ' "" S CENTER OF ITALY'S SOCIAL B EARTHQUAKE ZONE BR Mllon, chief city of tho J.ombordy- V Plednulnt region of Italy, where work JH its Mlzed factories several months He-, ago, ami where much unrest tins been Hj manifested Bltice, has frankly eonstd- AW cred Itself for long years tho virtual !BR capital the "capltale morale" of the Mjf' country. Ml In tho recent Industrial troubles fuc- jHft lories are reported to have been BU telzcd by .workmen In practically nil V parts of Italy ; but It was In Lomburdy B and Piedmont, tho territorial division H lying1 farthest north and farthest BH northwest In the pentnsuln the seats jBI of the Important Italian metal indus- AWj tries that "the seizures were most nu- H merous. in those nylons, In turn, Uio J movement was most pronounced In H nnd about Turin, tho principal city of flf tho Piedmont, and tliu Detroit of Italy ; Br and la Milan, -metropolis of tho north, ami Italy's Full Illvor, Philadelphia B and Sch...

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. — 7 April 1921

1 Hf M Thursday, April 7, 1921. lilfGA SUPPORTS 1 MBSJ ALLIES IBsECRETAnY HUQHES DA8HE8 TFtHE HOPES OF GERMANS RE. 4m GARDINQ REPARATIONS. Ktan(jt With Allies In Holding Gtr. MmT many ntsponslblo for the War and H Therefore Morally Bound to w Pay So Far As Possible. B Washington Form;' statement of he attitude of tho United States ns to Bierwnii reparations In contained In an SKichangc of communications with flfKcrinflU government officials made HBnMIc on April 4 by tho stnto do qlKjrimont Tliey aro In the form of dHicmnmnda transmitted through Lor vMMig Dresol, American high commls JjHloncr at Itcrlln. iWM The incinornndum was In reply to a f Bommiimcatlon handed to Mr. Dresol ontl by a German government of- '.BicUl, m which tho frank admission ..tuBiifs made that Germany was willing to rWjy, but hoped for n reopening of the Vaestion of terms. . 'B In 'lie American reply It was made "?Bfr that the United State proposes K stand by tho governments of the i'BjUes In enforcing Just rep...

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. — 7 April 1921

IB H, - ' pam Rfc THE &EHI SUN, 1EIH, UTAH . if r I Utah Products Week HL "Bur a Can of Utah Products v B Dally" Is tlio slogan which has boon E B adopted by tho Utah Manufacturer c B'' Association for tho Utah Products B ' Wcok, April 11th to 18th. , t B, Tho necessity for such a slogan J1 B during tho prcsont year can bo readily v B ficcn nftcr taking a trip through tho t B Btnto food producing factories. I B " Thero aro stored In our canning Hj, fnctorlos at prcsont, 500,000 cases aot S H tomatoes, 100,000 cases of peas, I j Hj 70,000 cases of pork and beans, 70,000 p BU casos of string beans, ".0,000 casca of t B Jams, Jolllos and fruits and 75,000 " HV: cases of pickles, catsup, etc. Tho j Hit situation Is serious, not only from tho ! Hi view point of tho cannor, .but for all Hjj, citizens obour Btate. Unless a major ' Hjj portion of this pack can bo moved ( HE prior to planting time, It moans that Hj tho manufacturer will bo unable- to HB- contract with tho farmer for his ...

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. — 7 April 1921

gdajg9 - - THE LKill SUN, LI TAXirnf a ... m. j. Adventure B George Agnew Chamberlain KotnatlCe Oopxr)fht,TliaBobb-MrtU10onipnf , ' MADQE. hobi!--"0" Hervey "an Hoiing New York mnn-abou - liavos tne home of his sweet X MadV Van Tclllcr, cha ,d becauHo of her refusal of his Tul of mnrrinRo. Ills Incomer' no year, which he must sur ler If rertaln Miss ImoEon ,d. Thornton (whom he has only as a smnll girl ten years .) li found, is not considered .d girt of his heart ndequato -'odtrn needs. In a "don't caro" a Randolph enters a taxi, un , tr the driver, and Is driven M itaire door of a theater. A h knows, Duke nenmer, In ii a girl to entor the cab. -er, attempting to follow, Is ltd tack by Randolph and the. moves on. Ills hew ncquolnt . tells Ilandolph she Is a cho M and has lost her position. U In distress, even hungry, and ukei her to his apartment, re, after lunch, n clianco re k convinces him the girl is the tot Pamela Thornton, He does tell her of her good fortune, ftcares her prom...

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. — 7 April 1921

m I fl Phgo Eight ..... THE LEHI SUN, LEHI, t ;rmBWMMBWWWuW n..j5JgUMT J I Don't Miss This !!! I The Lelii High School Dramatic Club I PRESENTS 1 "Little Mrs. I Cummin' " H AT THE I HOYAL THEATRE Saturday, April 9, 1921 B Everyone knows the high standard of previous m high school plays. This play is one for young and m old. H PRIOESri-Evening 25c & 35c. Matinee 10c & 25c. "" '' "" -' ' " Local Items IB 'Ooorgo S. 1'otorson was a Salt Laka H visitor Monday. H Spoclal Salo on Spring Coats, Suits H and Wraps' nt Pcoplo's Co-op. adv. H Hobor Wobb was a vlaltor at Salt JH Lako Tuosdny. RflR o Orel Timothy Is spending this wcok. IJ In Ogdon. H 2r, oir our ontlro lino of snappy H Spring Coats. Watson's. adv. David Hodgo was a Salt Lako visit- PjB or Wednesday. x Now assortment of party and stroot H drossos 9.98 nnd up. Wutson's. adv. .Mr. and Mr. John Hoborta woro JH Salt Lako visitors Sunday. H Parley Dock of Euroka was visiting JH . horo with rolatlvos on Sunday. HBB o- Charles G...

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. — 14 April 1921

1 Combing With The Lehi Banner " ' ,' 9 IKTvii " t . '" '" lit ,QV ,W ' T-'EHI, UTAH, THUygDAY, APRIL 14, 1921 .Hi. 37 S Drainage District I Organization Starts ' !H 2S jND5 EA3T OF TOWN AND OLD lBELD INCLUDED IN PROPOSED I'HlSTRICT. HleprcsrratlvoB from all sections of ip 'X proposoU Lehl drainage district Ml a meeting In tho City Hall, Frl- H erCning and aftor diBcusBlng tho NE? B'"on lor 80Vcral uoura votcd 5 jHnlmoUfly to organlzo a dlBtrlct and Rg i Vceed wltn tlio nocossary prellml 'Bies. Mr. Caldwell, Stato Knglneor m 'H Utah, was present and explained -detail tho nccosaary atepa to bo tVho proposed district embraces np- tjmiBilmatcly C.000 acres. It com- ' Bnces on tho east sldo of First East ..-.jMreet 1" LoM' c"y nn(1 oxtonds to -B American Fork Precinct lino and :tJ5With to Utah Lake. It takos in all the old Hold west nearly to Jordan 4 Bver and north to tho road running f. B;t from Lohl Junction. Tlio lower Ijj iHdj of the Norninn and Israel Evans Matures aro not Include...

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. — 14 April 1921

I Pago Two THE LEHI SUN. LEHI. UTAH Thursday, ApriljUj Jdtf, Articles and Illustrations B&2&m I for Lehi Housewives Lil-J I is - II - - ' ' - I Color Is .Used I , in Dizzy Array W. - m K K Brightest of Tints, Hitherto Un- . known in Cottons, Planned Bj for Summer Wear. I RAINBOW AIDS IN NEW IDEAS Mj Shades Are Combined In Profuilon BR In AH Frocks of the Spring BB Mode Large and Small BM Hat. BR Striking nnd unusual color comblnn- BB (tons nrenppenring in sprint; nnil sum- BJ mcr clothes, Fashions caunot rcmuln BB stationary. It Is all very well to talk BBj about finding tlio most becoming stylo BBj and adhering to it, observes n fashion BBJ authority, but wo must hnvo u chnngo BBJ in dress ns Iti everything else. If each BBJ woman held continuously to the typo BBJ tn oat becoming to her our clothes BBJ would becomo as uninteresting as BBJ man's. Individuality would disappear. BBS Wo would not only lose Interest In BBBR Dress Featuring Combination of Blue BBBB Serge and Blac...

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. — 14 April 1921

"the lehi sun K- "' LchiUtnh. Sfefk Brlf7i7p nostufllce at Liehi, tfniHiinil das matter. feiumTN HATES I Kr, i ndvnnco $l-oU I fccal Items jllraclo Man" is coming, adv. Melba Fox' was a Salt Lako vcdncsdiiy. t JK . o Htarrcl iaylor was visiting In 1 Ke Wednesday. ftn of thoApcs." Frl.-Sat. m Biierbort Taylor was a Salt Hltor on Friday. 1! H jiargarot Llttloford was a if Be visur Morulny I Brclilo Partridgo of American i Ks "10 BU08t f Lhl roIatlvos Jfi Bl Salo on Mllllnory, Spring W Bid Suits at Pooplo's Co-op. 'Bad Mrs. Storm McDonald of 'are visiting hero with Mr. and omas Jones. H o Hi Salo on Mllllnory. Spring Kd Suits at Peoplo's Co-op. loilg!(riB o i, HmBMIracIo Man" is coming, adv. T0TO - nr Dot Cold In the Head" t h.i irate attack of Nasal Catarrh. 1 " wWcct to frequent "colds In the lot btti 'Jl find thnt the uso of HALL'S ,. . Ml MEDICINE wilt build up the '" WJ eleanie the lllood and render dad m. UN to cold. Repeated at , f Acato Catarrh may lead to tie toll dUrrh. Ilttr...

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. — 14 April 1921

IK H I W Four. THE LEJ&. SUN. LEH1. UTAH "ApMd I-' lEiHV bbYtBbBb, vs-BB' H BBBBBBBBJB'5 BBHBBBBBK BBBBBBBBBBbvx'' I An. Advenlure Roiuance 'LbBE ' hk aa aiBBBBBk bl BBaaBBtf BlBB Baa aMBMBBnMM Hsa tfpwetf BM-JBBfawLBfWBBh aVJJ B"h tfaa? I W faaP M 1 Blg 1 GREENWOOD CEMETERY. Synopsis. Robert Hervey linn dolph, young Now York man-about, town, leaves the home of his sweet heart, Madge Van Telller, cha KTlned because of her refusal of hli proposal of marriage. Ills Income, 110,000 a year, which he must sur render If a certain Miss Imogen Pamela Thornton (whom he has ) seen only as a small girl ten years before) Is found, Is not considered by the girl of his heart adequate to modern need. In a "don't care" H mood Randolph enters a taxi, un I seen by the driver, and Is driven MH to the sIsro door of a theater, A man he knows, Duke Ileamer, In j duces a Klrl to enter the cab. I Ileamer, attempting to fallow, Is puniu-d back by Ilnndolph and the BB- " cab tnves on. Ills new ncqualnt B...

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. — 14 April 1921

1 HHBHBHHBBHHH U tMnrsday. April 11, 1921 i jjgg" - THE WHI,.SW. CT. UTAH . , Pajro FiVa 1 PRE READY 10 f ON BERLIN IililL FORCE REPARATION PAY Ument, either alone or in ! COMMON WITH ALLIES. wPllved That Berlin Government la &HTvVel Aware That There Remains HHJ Ho Room for Procrastination Hl After End of Month. SBlUrl! - It Is no longer doubted In jHrclrs licre considered to lmvo tho jjHjt information tlmt Franco will, Jlflthcr alone or In common with the JRflJLy, take radical action ugulnst Gcr- vBrny if satisfactory nssurunco regard- H: Hie payment of reparations nro not ,. . Hrtluwiilng by May 1. .""Hwhat form tlio action will tuke Is '"Jit a matter for surmise, but semi- ,Bfcl:d opinion Is that It will he such i S to Impress tho German people as 'Key have not been Impressed since He armistice. -HTlie occupation of tho Ituhr vulley jJKid the .cntlro Industrial region of AftBtstpImlla Is advocated by some. tbers are convinced that the French S-oy should this time go to Ilerll...

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. — 14 April 1921

I; Pago Six ( ' l''iimiiiMiWii'mm 1 1 1 1 . -I - , iimTftiiiiiimiiBB IV Farm Labor Price I Schedule Arranged K' Salt Lnko City, Utah, April 13. B Tho cost of hired labor for producing ' sugar boots In Utah this year will . ran go from 121.50 to $13.fi0 per aero "' depending oh tho tonnage, according P" to n schodulo that has boon roconi f mended to tho growers by tho labor . commlttoo of tho Utah Stato Kami ml Bureau. Tho schodulo for spring j work, according to tho decision of tho commlttoo, will bo ?11 per aero. , Tho recommendations for pulling, topping and loading boots Involve u sliding scale based on tonnngo rang M Ing from $10X0 pur ncro for ton-ton - boots to 20.G0 por aero for twenty- ton boots. B Tho committee nlso recommonded Wt to tho farmors or tho stato tho fol- lowing prlcos to bo paid for genoral Mt farm labor: (lonornl farm work, E slnglo hand, 37'j cents por hour, H without board; slnglo hand mid team, H J5.00 por 8-hour duy; and each ad- g dltlonal horso, $1 por 8...

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. — 14 April 1921

K.Aprll 14, 1921 bdent harding Klines policies res America Will Have Part in the Existing cague of Nations. ItfE PEACE IS DEMANDED con Congress to -Adopt Resolu Kdlng War With Germany and Ketti Measures to Lower Km and Reduce Prices of B&ods to Consumers. liDgton, April 12. The text of K Illinium' message to '" Knows: Ko( tin Congress: Kavc been culli'il Into oxtraor- Kelu" t Klvt' '0,,r eonslderu- Kallc'i"1 problems fur too press- Ke Ions neglected. Kef our tusk of legislation mill Kindlon nmld ciiiiilltloiiH us dlf- ,K ur government over vontcui K our political syslcm the pe'o Ke United States have charged Kronisross mid the now iidinln K '"' "IU "olutlon the read K, reconstruction nnd restorn Kch must follow In the wake of Invite All to Join. r be regretted that we wore Hireparod for war's aftermath, Kmado ready to return to tho H peace, hut we are not to ho Led. Indeed, wo must he tho K-mly resolved to uudertiike our jib nigh hope, and Invito every Kour cltlzenslili) to Join...

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. — 14 April 1921

Pago Eight THE LEHI PUN- LEHI. UTAH ,.. - li Local Items , WW o Iflf , Michael Kearney was at Salt Lake HL Sunday. 'H "Tarzan ot tho Apos," Frl.-Sat. A o BBg. Claudo Curtis was a visitor at V"j Provo Monday. H Floyd Ooatoa was a Provo business visitor Monday, IHh j o ! ; Mrs. Joseph Scoroy was a Salt jB Lake visitor Saturday. H Miss Valotta Thomas of Falrflold, H was a Lehl visitor Tuesday. H !'Tho Mlraclo Man" 1b coming, adv. BH D. N. Adams of Salt Lako, was a RA Lolil business visitor Monday. It o BD ' Dishes,-Dishes, Dishes a big stock 9n at People's Co-op. adv. BbS " r o BM , Mrs. Jonnlo McCloitd ot Salt Lake, B 1b visiting horo with hor sister, Mrs. H ' T. F. Klrkhatn. BBj Mrs. Ada Merrlhuw o( Salt Lake, Is H' visiting horo with her mother, Mrs. &H Ada Stoldard. BBJ o BJ Mra. Mark Clark ot Salt Lake, la ftH visiting horo with her parents, Mr. FAw and Mrs. John Hradshaw. BBl o BBJ A swoll lino ot oxfords, slippers and &H summer foot wear nt Pcoplo'a Co-op. Hi o KB! Mr. a...

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. — 21 April 1921

L Mnrri With The Lehi Banner '' ' " i : . .1 MZ. jt - - - -' - ""' "F J "V $m 0Ib V LEHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1921 . No. 38 Ji PO ASKS FOR BID I ON LEHI HIGH SCHOOL Elding to be two story rICK WITH CLA83 ROOMS, Bffices, library, laborator. ss, gymnasium and nece8 Kry corridors, ' cloak Booms, lockers, etc. ft Now Adopted To Separate From Auditorium On 8emlnory Corner. ft notico to contractors asking for Boa a high school unit building for ftl appears In this Issuo. ' Dlds aro fte la by May 3, 1021, and If ac fted by tho Alplno School Board at ft time work should commonco on ftercctlon of tho long needed high ftol for Lohi. fthe plans aro all mado and aro ftl; Identical with those for tho ft,000 building tho district is erect Bon Provo Hench, bids of which ft let ton days ago. According to ft plans tho building is two stories fl Is 140 feet square Tho ground ft Is composed of four standard fl; rooms, study room, library, ' ftlpal and public ofllco, girls i Her and rest room, an...

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. — 21 April 1921

I Foge Tvf0 TtfE LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH n ' i .,, .. . a. .. ... -o ... ! Articles and Illustrations fesfe"1 ! for Lehi Housewives Lihgd i' m 1 Short c Skirt Is I to Stay Awhile HI American designers, writes n Now B lork fashion correspondent, hnvo Q taken tliclr places onco and for nil ns HI leaders In tho' ranks of fashion. Bb Abroad one hears tlio women of fash- B Ion sighingly say, "Oh, If only 1 could Hfl havo ono of those American suits or ono of thoso American something M elsel" We arc producing here some Bfl conspicuously beautiful creations, BV ones that aro distinctly the cxpres- elons of our own personalities. They accuse us cf dressing all nllke. BV Well, If wu do, that Is because the Bfl American women havo refused to open Bfl their eyes sufllclontly to the possible BI tics of theso American creations, for Bfl they nro not all designed alike by any BB manner of me'ans, and any sameness BK In our dressing cannot bo laid at tlio BB doors of tho nrltBts who aro working HH so...

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. — 21 April 1921

i..wiv. April ai; 1021 BTHB IH PM fcgShd evoiy Thursday t H Lehi, Utah. BHTqA18FORD Manager -tiered t the poftofflce at Lehi, V j)uh, a second claw matter. ttSsOBlPTlON RATES Ho year. 'n dv,noe 1-60 Local Items Mrs. Odcll Thomns was a Salt Lake Bettor Thursday. K fl it A. J- Phillips of Salt Lake, spent flL weekend hero with rolatlves. K o A Soap Special, soven bars Flako kite and two bars of Jap Rose for He-regular Is 76c. People's Co-op, fljllr. and Mrs. William WanlasB nnd Hg Franklo, of Eureka, wero Lohl SBBJ-t.n.i QnmlftV. 'Cold In (ho Head' u .cuts attack of Nasal Catarrh. nun (ubject to froquent "coldi in the Ki" will Anil that the uio of IIALJVB KrAIUUI MEDICINE will build up the Kjtera, cleanxa the Wood and render mi' let' tlAblo to colds. Repeated at Eti of Acute Catarrh may lead to route Catarrh. ALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE If Hen Internally and acta through the sod on the Mucous Surfaces of the 8ys H thui reducing the Inflammation and furtng normal conditions. g DruKtiU. Circ...

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. — 21 April 1921

HHF& fr -., ij -i - HMHHHRflBHBBHflflflflflHflHflHflHflHflflflHjl 9 Pnorc FW", THE LRH HH Jiiftni Vjr TU Nl!oJui CozrmpM? IH Sodwjr, WbliifiAon, D, hiVmtiCy mt ASIATIC PROVINCE OF M ANCIENT GREECE HJ The province of Smyrna, on the Bl coiiBt of Asia Minor, was plnced. un- BJI tier Greek administration following HI the World war, und lms been the scone g recently of lighting between Greek uiul H Turkish nationalist forces. HO The basis for Greek claims to the Hinyrna district In Aslu Minor Is put BB pithily In n statement which former Premier Venlzelos of Greeco Is re- IB ported to ImVu iiuido to the supremo Bfl council of tho allies. "We seek no inundate, wo heek to enter our home." B Wmyrna. ami the renmlndur of tho Bfl west const nf Asia Minor, which have BB been accepted as Turkish with little BB question for many generations, had n well-developed Greek civilization and Bfl culturu when tho ancestors of tho BB Turks, hnlf-clvlllzcd nomads, were BB still wandering with their Ho...

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. — 21 April 1921

flLnuhr. April 21, 1921. KIeei death i sunny south IcnlCS OF TORNADOES BRING M nEATH AND DESTRUCTION M TO PIVE STATES. Lventy PcMM Reported Dead and f fl? Several Hundred Injured, While Pfoperty Loss Is Enormous as H Result of Widespread Storm. Mcuii'li'S Tenn.' -Seventy-live per 'Whoa reported dead, several liuntlreil Knlureil nml property. damage rough R Vtlnmtwl In the millions mndo the 'Boll of scries of. tornadoes which H.rokc late Friday In northeast Texas Hml swopl eastward Saturday over 'lections ot f'vc states Into Georgia. Arkansas, w1"' 1,ft' I,ulso'' report Rj killed In Hempstead anil Miller Bounties, reported the heaviest loss of Biff- In Alabama tlio number of dent.' Bv estimated at ten; seven wort Killed In Texas and six In Mississippi, flh Tennessee no fntnlltles were re Borted Relief parties are still search Whri the storm area. B The storm apparency broke In Smith ! Bounty Tex., swept sections oi! Good, Hlrcce. Caso and Howie counties, and 'Hawed Uito Miller and , ...

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. — 21 April 1921

Kp-mmn BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJB fl , PaRQ 3ix THE LEHI SUN, LEIII, UTAH I TOTAL ECLIPSE OF MOON I OCCURS ARPIL 21 AND 22 BB - Ifl', Dy Dr. L, D, Pfouto. IB A, totnl ccllpsQ of tho moon wilt occur on tho nights of April 21 and ME 22. It will bo complotoly vlalblo IBJ all ovor tho Unltotl States, ami U tho hours nro Ideal for obHOrvatlon. u Tho moon will entor tho Penumbra IB at 0:47 p. in. April 21. At 11:03 p. m. HH on tho 2lBt, tho moon will ontor tho rA shadow of tho earth, and nt 12:23 a. (B in., April 22, tho total ocllpso will bo- n gin. Totality will ond at t :0.r a. in. M Tho moon will loavo tho earth's BJ shadow at 2.2C a. in. and will loavo HbK tho I'cnunibrn at 3.32 n. in., Aprl 22. TBI ThU will bo tho only ccllpeo of tho MM Btm or tho inopn Hint will bo visible BJB this year on this part of tho contin- BBI tint, and will bo a Hpoctaclo that no BK ono Interested In natural phenomena BBI - should miss. MBJ Tho porlod of totality will bo 42 minutes, from 12:23 to 1:05 n. m. Bfl ...

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