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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 29 June 1922

Thursday, Juno 29, 1922 fm fl -1 - - - l i TSLjf!?1 nV' Lmi1' UTA" P Thrfi 9 TMS LBHI BUN Pubished every Thursday at Lehi, Utah. A? F. QAISFORD Manager Bnterod at the postofllce at Lehi, Utah, as second class matter. " SUDSOHIPTION KATES One year, in advance $1.60 "mm a Local Items o J. J. Child la vUItlng a few days In Salt Lako with Q. N. Child. Air. and Mrs. Parloy Austin woro I'leasaut Grovo visitors Wednesday. Miss Efflo Karron of Salt Lako City, was visiting rolatlvos horo Thursday. lr. and Mrs. G. N. Child of Salt take woro Sunday guests at tho homo ' of Mrs. J. T. RobBon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Green and family of Salt Lako, spont Thursday , Id kohl. , o Mr and Mrs. Dasll Smith of Qi-ants- Tllle, aro tho guests of Mrs. S. A. Smith. o Mr. and Mrs. Karl Roberts woro ylsitlng In Pleasant Grovo on Wed ' ncsday. Mrs. Kvorett Tumor was visiting with rolatlvos In Amorlcan Pork on Wednesday. o Mr. and Mrs. Bert Goodwin woro Pleasant Grovo visitors on Wednos .day of lost wook. o Mr. an...

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. — 29 June 1922

yijBJm.m '-''' '"iT'iMawMiifrjiiiiswS mim-i- Ba'WBjJBJJJ M PGE FOUR ' vfiPbHlM-M nnil i'TH Thursday, June 29, lag, H J Coptjriqhr by Dcwbloday. Poland Comparuj LLH ' ' -i B TAKES NO CHANCES ON B MASQUER. H fiyntrl-Durlng tlio helft-ht of the New Orleans carnival Reason Jnrhln Fell, wealthy though nome- what mysterious dtUen, and Dr Ansley, ore discussing a ho lie a of jjBjjB robborlos by on Individual knbwn as I lie Midnight Masquer, who, In- JjPJjB tnrlably attired na an a v In tor. has jBjBjBJ lonit defied the police. Joseph Mull- lard, wealthy banker. Is Klvlnic a jBjBjBjJ ball that nlftht, at which the Mas- q"fr has threatened to nppenr and I rob tha guests. Tell and Analey, jjPJJB on their way to the affair, meet a sin dressed as Columbine, seem BSff mily known to Fell. M CHAPTER I Continued. H 'And Mailiard would do the pnying." ftSJ roll's dry chuckle held n note of bit- t ernes i. "I.ct him. Who cores? Look ftH at his Iiouhu, there, blazing with lights. ftSfl Why poys for th...

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. — 29 June 1922

BftS' t fpJBjHr - Thursday June 29, 1922 .... . S DOUBUNREBELS : I0L0J0 MOVE j CHURCHILL HINT8 OF MILITARY MOVE UNLE38 IRISH IN 8URGENT8 RECEDE British Government Stand It Defend ' ed In Stirring Talk In Com- 'mons As" Answer to At- I tacks By "Die Hard" Ixmdon lloiuibllcnn rebels lioltllng tho Four Courts building In Dublin must ovactunto lininodiately, Winston Churchill, colonial mlnlstor, declared in tlie liouso of commons Tuesday af ternoon. A challenge to Ireland to end law lessnosa and obscrvo tho poaco troaty was tho keynoto of a stirring spcoch In which Churchill dofondod tho gov emmont's Irish policy against "die hard" attacks. Irish Insurgents who rocently seized duces tho best possiblo results at tno Four Courts building and hotol In Dublin and set up a rebel head quarters woro reported to have sent itn ultimatum to tho government to got. all British troops out of Ireland within seventy-two houds from last Friday midnight Churchill said no such ultimatum hud hcou rpcolved...

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. — 29 June 1922

IHHBf S HSEIBfl S HH I REGULATIONS FOR M. i. A. CAMP Tho Mutual Dell comralttoo of the Etaka M I, A. board met Monila) night with tho scoutmasters, M. I A. presidents, etc, at tho tithing of 1 1 . ., ) flco at American Pork. Plans for tho 1 1 summer hikes woro discussed and . regulations made. - Josso V. Stoolo was namod as of H Electric i Oil Cook H Fans Stoves H Have their place in the homo and placed ol! busi- H ness. Each hus u particular function. H -Our fans are built to, give long continuous ser- H vice. Any gizof . H ' ' ' , H Wo only, ask to demonstrate tho Wonderful H Florence Oil Stove. It sells .itself. -Wm ' Let us quote you prices. H M. S. Lott Company B Plumbing and Heating H Telephone 49-J. MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH B ' ' - . . . .. . .. ' I AUTO H Painting New Tops m CORRECTLY DONE AT PRICES YOU CAN M AFFORD TO PAY M LET US QUOTE YOU PRICES Fred Thomas J. G. Murray i H MAIN STREET, LEHI PPBV 9"9' 9 1 i t.it 9 9 9 9 9"9 i 9 9 " ! ittttittiitlli f.clal guide and carotako...

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. — 29 June 1922

.trfidnv. June 29. 1922 rtjp i pm vy t t?ht iyV i'OE SEVEN H IRANK CHANCE THINKS HIGHLY OF "JIGGER" STATZ AS BALL PLAYER Arnold Statz " The former peerless lender of the Chicago Cubs, Frank L. Chnnce, still rrtMns much of hlB nffcctlon for the Hi team. While this yenr's Cubs tere engaged In playing exhibitions la Los Angeles, Chance motored over from his home In Olendora, 40 miles my, to watch them. j Likes Ray Grimes. I Chnnce noted particularly the work f Ray Grimes at first base, for Hint's rttre "Husk" used to play himself. St admires the way the former Eust tn leaguer larrups the ball. Chance thinks that Klllefcr got the tot all-round player the Coast league it had In years In "Jigger" Stats. It ex-Cub boss says there Isn't n fettbt that Statz will make good. "He y be a little slow In sturtlng nnd jetting used to1 playing regularly," ji Chance, "but ho will surprise the ton bock East with his ability. Ho m go as far In the outfield for drives anybody I've ever seen," Chance Is ...

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. — 29 June 1922

Hj Pago Eight mtn? t.vth cmN LEIII UTAH Thursday, Juno 29, lm I THEY'RE STILL TALKING ! I ABOUT OUR BIG l ANNIVERSARY SALE I ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT j I 1 Sale will continue until evening July 3rd we'll make every day count before I THE GLORIOUS FOURTH H I ONLY A FEW DAYS IK WHICH TO SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS FOE THE BIGt CELEBRATION. WE HAVE PLENTY OP FLAGS AND BUNfr 8 1 INa TOR THE OCCASION CANDIESNUTS ICE CREAM SUMMER DRINKS BANANAS ORANGES. I 1 fc Special Offerings HALF PRICE HALF PRICE j H i We are off riri " alance of our stock of port uits, consisting of Homespuns, Tweedes and Jerseys at just half price they'll go quick. We have all sizes 36 H to 42, but you must . an early start the regular prices range from $10.00 to $22.50 but we are cutting the price exactly in two just half price. & ; We are also closing out our entire stock of Summer Kimonas at leas than half price we have nineteen in all regular prices ranging from $1.98 to $8.50 are I : marked to sell at 69c to $2.48, much l...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 29 June 1922

!2 i I f TUF IF.HT M'vj f.hui. VTU t- - - i:::;Kt:uitt:mmjntttu:mmttt:tt 1 t I J f The Turquoise ! i J Frame Oy JESSIE DOUGLAS 1 6 , umttmmrmmmtttmuummmim:: ' 4, itt b McClure Newspspcr SyndlcutB ' VMlc tut cl seen lilm n numlicr of I, t, . u lieciirc he spoke to her. Hut nt I , si, meeting lilm on the fourth iniul- r i ! Iiu snl J "Oood-mnriilngJ" utiil i I - ' on iliiwn tliv stnlrH. That was i i he ulwnys did, puss ilu shook her henil portly nml j (... i. -We'll seel" Hut the strange I yvl of It was the man on the lluor he I dm continued to' speak when he saw lnr nml continued to puss her tiy. V It wns puzzling. She was the pret ti tnit girl that worked In Johnson & ft Hit, lies' olllees. And she knew It. I Aln.i- I without exception every clerk luul iniidu some kind of advance to her. i Khe loiiltl go out every night If she I iiiose, and even old Air. Johnson lilm f M'lf had given her theater tickets. t The girls In the olllce envied her In If tlulr quiet way. She had the pal...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 29 June 1922

H L-rfTJT iiiiiwiMWM ii .,--' V.',","" , . -J. i, wMwwiiniiiiiiijir i ,i .. . " ' 1" , "- - - - JZl " . IBysiniss Directory ! Z DR, 0. H. MABEY PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office at Residence 1t East 2nd North Telephone 4. 4. jfj. 4, . 4. . 4- 4 ! 4- t -5 . ? ' 4 4 1 BAKER & BAKER X T ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS j, AT LAW 4 Collection and Adjustments 4 4 Everywhere. 4 o 106 West Center St., PROVO, UTAH j 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4- 4- 4 4- 4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4- 4 PROF. L. K. STEWART J PIANO TUNER OF PROVO WJH visit Lehl rach month. He l a student or New Bnglftna 4 j. Conservatory and 12-nerson Piano a. v Factory, Boston. Comee htahljr ' 4- recommended from eur beet music- r 4, lane ana mulo bouse of the 4. T state. Leave er4r with . 4 J08M?K F. UOTH ? 4 4- 4- 4: CHIROPRACTIC J THE lETTEM WAY TO HEALTH I an la Lehl Moaday, Wednesday and FrMay From 3 to 7:30 P. M. 4- J U. GRANT, D. 0. t 4 Phapi 113 "T American Fork, Utah . !' ! Hi mini 11 11 1 1 in m a .f. 4, 4. .. 4.4. :j. N. 0. MALAN UNDBRTAKKR Md K...

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. — 6 July 1922

fete ' fl z Combined ttl) X3l)e Td)l Mannar ' '.','!; t U SI t vol. vii. LEfflT tf MrTflurBaYTTuLYX 12 "r ' ' I i jJP jl NATION'S ANNIVERSARY I CELEBRATION BIG SUCCESS I 8P0RT8 PROGRAM EXCEPTIONAL LY GOOD. DI8PATCH WITH WHICH EVENT8 HANDLED COM MENTED ON BY MANY. Lohi'B colobratlon of the Nation's birthday Wednesday was doclarod to bo tho boat In years by scoros of i cltlzons who havo been heard to com ment on tho program as carried out. From dawn to dark thoro was somo i thing doing of a naturo that ontor- tained. Tho Arcing of tho saluto at dawn started tho big day. This was follow ed by hand serenading, raising of flag at sun rlso and at 10 a. in. one of tho best sports progranjs over nrrangod heio commenced. This program was followed as announced In last week's paper with tho exception of tho order. Tho dispatch with which tho program wns carried out was n very marked foaturo of this part of tho day. Thoro was nono of tho tlrolng waits that aro usual at such occasions and every ...

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. — 6 July 1922

Jl ri-sr-wwwwwWWWMHWiHWHWMMBHHBB5iBWBBHIB ,1",sM8BBBi BBflb bV IB' lli r--r ; - ; - lJ bvi ( " ' 1 I Articles and Illustrations testing" I for Lehi Housewives ReadTheSunl Mm ' gi NEW REST GOWNS French Modes Same as After m noon and Evening Dresses. Bflff' Hjftams Materials Are Used and Manner H of Ornamentation Alike Long H Draped tines, Hjf All the style tendencies that one Hjf blossoming forth In late spring Hud summer dresses are mirrored In negligees, Tho Frelch Interpretation BBBbf these rest gowns Is llttlo different BBBfxom the now afternoon and evening BBB dresse. according to a fashion author Hjlty. Not only tho samo materials are BBn need, but tho modes of ornamentation Hiare alike. We have the capo back, 'which plays a largo part In this aura BBBmer'a clothes; the one-side drapery BB and low blouslng waist, along with all BB aorta of panels, both plain and plaited BB u well as laces and embroideries. B The low-hanging blouso drapery Is BB embodied In n tea gown designed f...

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. — 6 July 1922

ThnrfayrJu!L&i2S THB LBHI 8UN, LEm. UTAU THE LKHI BUN "pubished every Thursday at Lehi, Utah. F "OAISFOIID Mnaager Entered at tho postofflce at Lehi, Utah, (iB second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year. in advance $1.50 ss---l ' '' ' Local Items o Archlo Pnltrldgo spent Sunday In Salt Lakes City. Hbor Corner was a Salt Lako City visitor on Thursday. Airs. John Smith was n Salt Lako City visitor on Wednesday. o Hobort Plxton wns a Salt Lake City business visitor Friday. o Olo Larson was a Salt Lako City business visitor Friday. o Mrs. Jamos II. Onrdner was a Salt Lako City visitor on Friday. o Mrs. Leland Powell was visiting In Salt Lako City last Thursday. o Mr. and Mrs. William Hadtlold rvero Santaquln visitors Sunday. o Mrs. Blzy Hhodcs of Unrllold, Is visiting hero with relatives and friends. o Wallaco Peterson of Spanish Fork, was visiting with Lehl relatives on (Sunday. Mr, and .Sirs. Ellis Potorson woro Salt Lako City visitors during last rccok. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc...

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. — 6 July 1922

EHCIMHNplHpflHMSIRIlppJ H Pflour frnn ram son, leiii. utah BSS J;frjUog I Central Pacific Divorced I From Southern Pacific H i "m'-IM." '""""" '"VI 'ft"" "" ' 1 v Tho Supromo Court of tlio Unltod StntCB said: "Thoso acts (that is, tho Paclhc Railroad Acts) B fffl """""""TT " I - " " C A H A o a i ' provldod Hint thoso two railroads (Contral Pacific Itallroad Company and Union Pacific Railroad Com- H l'9'JU ro II '""" i ..: f AyX h Pa,,y) '"ld bo oporntod as ono continuous lino, and Uiat nolUior should discriminate in favor of or B ETTt SgjLi m "' j t I 4. fJ3$& against the- other . . HL OW?KC'i I i I s P&r . , TjlQ Conlrai paCMc, with its oastorn connection at Ogdcn, forms ono groat system of transporta- m " if Afii-Oy ( I- ) J tlon botwoon tho cast and tho west, and tho Southorn Pacldc, -with its roads and connections and Bteam- H ' Mt rSr r C-JT " W if J I i iiumiii "i boat lines, forms anothor groat transcontinental Bystcm for transportation from cOaBt to coast. . . . H 1...

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. — 6 July 1922

aggia. Joly 6' 1922 thf i... hi sun, lehi. utah PAGE jto 1 ! Pithy News Notes! From All Parts or I J UTAH 1 Suit Lnke. Bnllroad shop men of gait Lnke, approximately 1000 In all, aro on strike. There wua no ixirndc, no demonstrntlon or dlsturbnnco and, innirontly, tlw men who are on mrlke and the superintendents and cenont! foremen whom they loft In tho shops wltliout men, nro on Uio best of torms The atrtko order cauve from head, quarters and It was obeyed to the lotter by 100 per cent of the local shopmen. Price. Jack McKUchron, a convlcp. who escaped from offlcors on a train en route to fLeadvllle, Colorado, In this Tlclnlty about three weeks ago, was raptured by cavalrymen of the No tlonal Guard stationed here, and plac ed la Jail. Tho guardsmen found McBachron hiding In tho Mils nd captured him nftor a chase. Ho will bo handed ovor to off' 0 will take rim to Lcadvll! Monroe. Thousand- T oi damage to crops n wag caused by n sovor ina which raged In the nro0m Tlie eloctrlr.il at' ...

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. — 6 July 1922

B ,-- TOE LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH Thursday, July 6, 1922 B x K0 Ot . . mwnvfll-.ri.int nllTiWtl MIIIJMMIi I 1.1,11111,1 ..nil mi 1 . I ' . "I""1 ,- .". - MM I UTAH'S WELFARE IS THREATENED fH Efforts of Capltallsta to Nullify 8u- fH premo Court Decision on Central lH Pacific-Southern Pacific Vitally IH Concerns Utah. 'B Tlint Ulnh'fl wolfnro la throatenod rH la shown In an editorial appearing H recently In Tho Doacrot Nows ro- 'H Carding tho effort that is bolng mado H by certain capitalistic Interests to j nullify tlto decision of tho, Supremo H Court ordering tho separation In jB ownorshlp and oontrol of tho Control M Pacific and Southorn raclflc Hall' H roads. Tho editorial follows; 'tm Tho eagerness -vvilh which public 'm ntllitlos ofllclals nnd business men H generally of Southern California. m Arizona, Now Mexico and other soc- ,m lions of tho southern part of tho il country aro fighting against tho sopar- H alion of tho Central Pacific Railroad M from tho Southorn Pacific lndlcat...

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. — 6 July 1922

HPK" """WBeeeaseswasgsBsWsjBssBssssBBsBsBBBBBBBBBjBBjBj -f"i B I A Kftor. Joly 6 1922 r t,F,ht SUN, T,EHT, UTAH t . UJU fl Em M ARDI GRAS VmKYSTERY fillAlHfflm'H.BedfordiJbnes 1 H1Ww Illustrations by IK bbA&EIv Irwin Myers jy CopyriqKV by Doublocbt.PogeoTvl Comparnj MIDNIGHT MASQUER!" I STNOFSIS-Durlns the height of H&i New Orleans carnival season Hidiln Fell, wealthy though tome. Bunt mysterious citizen, and Dr. Hjuiey, are discussing a series of Kgtbcrles by an Individual known H,i the Uldolght Masquer, who, In- uittly attired us on aviator, ha BLuf defied the police. Joseph Mali HJd, wealthy banker, 1b Riving a Lll that night, at which the Mas Jiir has threatened to appear and Hb the guests. Pell and Ansley, Hd their way to the affair, meet a H!rl dressed as Columbine, seeming Hj known to Fell, but masked, who companies them to the ball. Hd Ledanols, recently the ward H ber uncle, Joseph Malllard, Is Bit Columbine. At the ball, Hob BtttUlftrd, son of tho banker, again Brt...

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. — 6 July 1922

Hi B Pago Eight , THE LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAn ' Thursday, July g, 1922 BBB mii 11 inn 1 iiimimi m rr r 1 1 1 mii iiiim 1 iiiiimiii --- M tf wmhim a wmb ww -; -lw -- BBBBBB ' I, r ii 1 1 1 1 i B Business Directory MH . , Vl' H "J ! 4 4 ! ? 5 S t $ S 3 IH DR. 0. H. MABEY ' , PHYSICIAN & SURGEON f)Bf Office at Residence IBS North 3rd West , Br 4 Telephone 4. fBBr ,Bj. .j. : BJ : .;. 3 : X BAKER & BAKER X ' BBl . ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS ... jjfBBj '" at law f tBB Collection and Adjuitmenti v L'BB Everywhere, cBBJ 108 Weit Center St., .. BJ PROVO, UTAH 4 JIB ' ftVM $ $ H PROF. L. K. STEWART BB1 .5. PIANO TUNER OF PROVO .j V Will visit I.chl each month. '! BBl Ho Is a student of New KnRland H j. Conservatory and Emorson llano j BBl ' Factory, Iloston. Comes highly ' BBl ! recommended from our best music- ) .i. Inns and music houses of the .j ' state. I.oii7e orders with . JOSEPH F. SMITH BBB jBBY 4""H' 'l"H"H Bt j MB 0HIR0PRA0TI0 J HB B THE BETTER WAY TO HEALTH BAS I am In Lehl H B ...

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. — 13 July 1922

fVBBBJ fci I JP B x BmsW Tm r 1 BI PtBBBJ 4 Combined Wltl) X5l)e TUl)i banner Pfl I ?ol. vii. tiaUTAa;THuiirjuLYi3,i922 ' j lrKig BbI .J . . . COUNCIL FAVORS PURCHASING GROUND ADJOINING CEMETERY Bf I REGULAR JULY MEETING OF CITY OFFICIALS HELD TUESDAY EVENING. The proposition ot purchasing tho Max Rotho property at tho south east corner of tho cemetery mot with a hearty rosponso from the Council Tuesday ovonlng when tho matter was presented by Mayor Broaduont. The property is needed to square up tho City burying plot and In yoara to come will ho needed very much If the ontranco ot tho plot Is to ho buautltled by parking, ote. This was tho expression of several of tho councilman. As presontod by tho Mayor Mr. Itotho had offered to sell tho two acres of ground, noodod to square up tho cemetery, for $800, ho to deed tho property to tho City at onco but allowing them to pay for it In olght yearly paymonts of $100 each. In low of Interest ho would bo pormlttcd to use tho land until such ...

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. — 13 July 1922

IVaVBB H f AGE TWO ,v " THE LEHI SUN LEHI, UTAH , Thursday, July 13. i922 BBBfll ' ' OBSfaflWlsl ., BSg JjWfJBJBJ ' ' " '" - - II - ..1- . ,,-- - Mill is ;..-, ; . hj I Articles and Illustrations 2piF I for Lehi Housewives lRead The Sunl Bm 13U 'BBf - I The WaWl and I Skirt Combined Wben we cotnblao a separate skirt Bflj jwlth an extra blouse we are doing Jast BBS as Individual a thing as when we BBS make a drew, asserts a fashion writer BBS Id the New York Times. Time was BBS when the blouse Inevitably was white BBS and the skirt dark. Then came the K rJUffon and crepe blouses patterned B after their white predecessors. But now BBS ,We have reached as era where, though BBS "e accept the Idea of separating BBS the two, we still Insist upoa having BBS Wiera more of one color and one single BBS BW" I If we adroit a white shirtwaist Into BBS wr wardrobe, then wo are apt to BBS ipover It with a Jumper dress, a slocve- BBS Jeirt coat, a sweater made cither with BBS jot without sleeve por...

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. — 13 July 1922

f 'H I Fie H I Ik - l I Thursday, July 13, 1922 THE LBCTI SUN, LEHI, PTVUl Pfl S 1 Business Directory 1 4. ! J ! $ $ 8 I t DR. 0. H. MABEY I I PHYSICIAN & OURQEON I 7 Office at Residence A North 3rd West f . Telephone 4. I "4. : : j I : : I J BAKER & BAKER J. 1 ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS 4, 1 A AT LAW V I Collections and Adjustments I a. Everywhere. 7 108 West Center St., 4. I PROVO, UTAH 4. I 4- I """ 4,-J,44,, I PROF. L. K. STEWART T PIANO TUNER OF PROVO 4. H 4 Wilt visit Lehl each month. ' l ne ts a student of Now England v mt Conservatory and Emerson Piano 4, Ht factory, Boston. Comes highly x recommended from our best music- v H T lans and music houses of the 4, state. Leave orders with . JOSEPH V. SMITH I j, 4 I 4l'4'4' 'r ,!- Ht 4, ,H,4, 1! CHIROPRACTIC J the better way to health I Bm In Lohl 4. 1 1 Monday, Wednosday and Friday If From 3 to 7:30 P. M. It J. M. GRANT, D. C. J t Phone 113 It American Fork, Utah $ J' ,l' , , J N; 0. MALAN UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Open Day a...

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. — 13 July 1922

HE Four ' THE LEHI SUN, LEH3, UTAH ,iJ wfay. Jgylg. mm m Local Items EHj Mrs. Owenjyj-nch.ot American Fork, fHj was visiting hero on Friday. IH Mr. and Mrs, J. 13. Rocker woro IH Salt Lako City visitors on Sunday. iHj Airs. Thomas Ilusson spent last :B weok In Bingham -with rolatlvos. fH Mrs. Itoy Mitchell of Provo, Is tho tH guest o hor mothor, Mrs. Magglo Orr. H iMrs. LaVlrl Pulloy ot Salt Lake, -H was visiting relatives hero during tho (H week. lB Mrs. N. R. Hanson ot Charleston, hH wos visiting rolatlvos hero on Bun- '" m Mr, and Mrs. Josoph Manwarlnn ot H Bingham, wero vlsItlBg with Lehl rola- m tlvos on Sunday. B Mrs. IJareld IUadley ot American HH fork, was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. j Hugh Shaw Sunday. 1 OeeVgo Klrkham, twho Is employed H at Salt Lake City, spent tho wook- H e,nd hero with his folks. H Miss lloon Russon of (Murray, was B visiting here lost wook, tho guest ot B Miss Wllralth Russon. B Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bone of Lin- H don, were the Sunday gucstn of Mr. H and...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
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