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H VOLUME XI AMERICAN IJIK, UTAH SATtfA JANUARY 3, 1014. - -NUMM 38 ' WMmM
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I Gasoline Cars
I January 20th
H IiitcrnrliaH lo bo Hauling l'asNcniters
H Iletwcmi American Fork and Salt
H Lake Cllj, before the end of
H the Month.
H President S. L. Chlpman attended
kWd a meeting of the board or directors
H of the Salt Lake'& Utah Railroad
H Co. held in Salt Lake City, Tuesday,
kwE The format transfer of a lot of prop
H erty lying between South .Temple and
H Sixth South streets to the Intcrurban
H Terminal Co. was accomplished. This
Mmj. company is formed to tnke curd of tho
mWA terminal facilities for both the Bam
mWA borger and Orem roads. The pass
mWA cngcr station for tho two roads will
mWA be located on Plerpolnt street between
LwA Second and Third South streets and
mWA leading from West Templo to First
H The thing of interest that concerns
H tho people hero most was tho dls
H decision to rush the work, and It was
H given out that gasoline euro would
H bo put on tho road and be carrying
H passengers by January 20. They
H will have a capacity of 70 passengers
Hcach, and will run every two hours
H during the (lay and evening.
H While it was not given out, "ft is
uuderstood from another soiirce that
Bthe rare on tho new road will be 2V6
1 cents per mile, which would make
Hthe price from Ameilcan Fork to
Hsalt Lake City about 80 cents. TIiIb
Hwill bb materially reduced by pur
H chasing family milage books,
H The company will electrify the road
H soon as tho weather will permit and
H predicts the operation of electric cars
Dim At Hospital
Mrs. Elizabeth Hobbs Taken to Ilos.
H pltal for Operation, but Died lie
H fore It Could be Perforaed.
Hr TMra. Elizabeth Hobb3, of Highland,
Hdled at the L. D, g. hospital Monday.'
HMrs. Hobbs was taken o the hospital
HSundny evening, but died before tho
operutlon. She was nbout CG years
f age and an old resident of High
iand. She loaves a husband and Ave
children, the two oldest daughters
H being married.
B Funeral services were held from
Hthc Third Ward meeting house Wed
Hueeday, Bishop J. R. Hlndley prcsld
Hing. Musical numbers wore furnlBh
ed by the ward choir. Tho speakers
Hwere 1211 U. Hawkins and Bishop J.
Hn. Hlndley. Interment in tho city
1 DEATH OF 11A1IY.
H The nvo months old bnby of Mr.
Haud Mrs. Jan. Chadwlck or this city,
Hdled of bronchitis December 2Gth,
Haftor n short illness.
H Funeral servlres were hold from
Hthe family residence Sunday morn
ing at 11:30 o'clock under tho dlrcc
tlon of DlBhop W. 1J. Smith. Tho
Bspeakers wero Samuel Greenwood,
HWm. J. Chadwlck and Mrs. Melissa
Hpreenuood. Membors of the Fourth
Ward choir furnished tho music.
H Sine Month Old llnbe.
Tho nine month old baby boy of
Hplr. and Mrs. Roy Thompaon died
HBunduy morning after a brier Illness
Kf n complication of diseases. Tho
unornl was held from tho family
B'clock and everybody Is cordially In
H The singing was furnished by mom
Kcrs of the Third Ward choli The
Bpeakors worn John lluutcr, Edgar
Vospaln and Kit O. Hawkins.
H:uneral Services For
H William Dunn
H Funeral serlce8 for Win, Dunn
Hvoru hold from tho Fourth Ward
BicetliiK house Saturday at 2 p. m.,
HilBho)) W U. Smith presiding.
B Musical numbers wero given by
hu ward choir and beautiful solos
ftere rendered by Miss Cdlth Hlndley,
Blrs. Ron Hnllldny, Mrs. Agues Aus
iu Huyes of Salt Lake City, u muslc
l selection by Miss Ida Smith.
B Tho sp(nkerBwero W, S Robinson,
Vltnn Orcenwood and President S
H' Chlpman, who spoke In tho highest
Kurms of the deceased and comforting
H-'ords to tho family There was a
Harge ntt'-.dunco of relntlves and
Hrieuds, and the llornl offerings wore
Binny nud benutirul. Soma of tho out
Hf town people to attend Ihu funeral
wore: Mrs. Agnes Hayes, Miss Eramn
Austin, Mrs. Selena Hall of Salt Lake
City, Mr. N. Crookston of -Logan, Mr.
J. J. Petors, Hannah Diinkley, Fern
Peters and Fred Stubbs of Provo.
SECOND WARD HOY SCOUTS
VISIT SALT LAKE CH'V
Thirty-two boy scouts of tho Sec
ond Ward of this city, headed by
Clifford E. Young, spent Tuesday (n
Salt Lnko City. During tho morning
hours tho boys wero entertained at
tho Chamber of Commerce by Sec
retary D. F.'Collett of tho Utah Man
ufacturers' Association, who todk
them through the dlsp'ay of Utah pro
ducts, and explained everything to
In the afternoon they visited the
DCBerct 'Gymnasium, Desoret Mus
eum and the Temple grounds, whore
they wero shown everything.
A special organ recital we given
tor them In the tabernacle at 4 o'clock
in the attcrnoon.
Tho trip was thoroughly enjoyed
by all prennt aud tho boyB will re
member tho event as long as they
Losess His Hind
Cones Near Shooting Children Is
Taken to Mental Hospital.
Frank A. Jacobs, a young man 29
years of ago und living In the north
part of town, lost tho balance of his
mind Monday attornoon. With a
shotgun and a box of shells he start
ed on the war path 'and Had not tho
mnrshnl arrived just In tlmo thero
would have been somo fatal results.
Ho took ono shot at a young boy
nnmed Mood who happened to bo just
out of range, and as he was sneaking
up on a number or small children
with his gun In position and his fin
go r on tho trigger ready to pull,
Marshal Chlpman came up from be
hind, knocked tho gun from out of
his hand and with the help of John
S, Miller and Arthur Hawkins over
powered tho Insane than and, took
hlni to a cell in the city jail, , ;
Itappears.OHrt Jajgbs,' shoutMhrfee
years ago," vvtitfelvTng' In California)
got up one night to get a drink of
wator. Ho fell and slightly fract
ured his skull which resulted in a
partial paralysis of his body and
the entire loss of his speech, Tho
puralyslB later disappeared but his
speech never returned. Several days
ago tho neighbors noticed that ho
began to net queerly, throwing stones
ot pcoplo, etc.
Monday ono ot tho Wood boys
called for n younger brothor or Jacobs
to go hunting. Frank ovldcntiy Im
agined that some harm was Intended
his brother and followed with tho
loaded shot gun. Young Blood, when
ho Baw him coming suspected that
tho domonted man was after him and
commenced to run. Jncobs opened
flro on him but hlB intended victim
was 75 yards away, jUBt out of rango
or tho ordinary shotgun.
Neighbors who saw the Incident
sent In a hurryup call for tho mar
shal, who nrrlvcd Just an he was
sneaking up on a bunch of young
children. His gun was In position
and .his flngor wnB on the trigger,
nud so Intent was ho watching tho'
children thnt ho did not notico tho
In tho scufllo that ensued the mar
shal unlocked the breech from tho
barrel and the shells fell out. John
S. Miller and Arthur Hawkins ar
rived JUBt then nud helped to over
power Jacobs. When they arrived at
the San Pedro tracks on First West
street Jacobs wont limp ns a rag and
thoy loaded htm on a hand alcd and
easily took him to tho city Jail. Hero,
however, his strength returned and
It' required four Btrong men to get
him in tho cell, ny this time he Jiad
become a raging mnnlao and It was
with great difficulty that thoy got
him In Jail,
hi tho coll ho divested himself of
all clothing aud was about to do
hlmsoU bodily hnrm when the mar
shal nud others put his clothing on
and strapped him down.
Tuesday mornljig ho scorned nbout
normal and readily accompanied the
officers to Provo In an automobile
Ilowovor, when ho arrived at the
sheriff's olllto ho went to pieces again
and It roqulred tho sorvicas ot a
numbor of men ror un hour to qulot
An olllclnl examination was mado
and Judgo Morgan committed him to
the state mental hospital.
When tlu' American Fork people
left lu tho afternoon, he seemed
plonsed with his aurrdundlnga nud
wns ttr x laughing Jnod, with ap
parently nothing tho matter with him
Bie Real EsfKi'Dni i
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Which Means That ThelrWH! Be An
other Mercantile ' E(H(nwt
One of Iho most Important real
ostnto deals that has been consurt
mated In American Fork for many'
years, was completed tho last day of
tho old year, 19J3, between Clarke ft
Hickman RealEstato Exchange and
David W. Jeff, tho president? of the
Phavant Landcompany of Salt Lake
City. The property sold Is known
ns the Progress building located on
tho cornor of Main and Church
BtreotB, and belonged to Peter Adam;
son, and was sold for tho sum of
$14,000 00, so our Informant states. f
Tho Information la also given, us
trom tho same reliable source, that
Mr. Jeff, In. connection with other
business'' men, anticipates putting In
one of tho most unique and up-to-dRte
mcrcnntllo establishments In thta s
tou of tho country. J
Tho now mayor and city-. councll(
will assume tho reins of , tho cltjr
government next Monday at noofi.
Incidentally the- old administration
expires at tho Bamo time. -'
The chief Interest now centers In
who will nil tho appointive offices.
Tho mayor has not. taken us Into 'his"
confidence', but from tho long Hat
published in our last Issue we will
venture the following guess:
Marshal Arthur Hawkins or John
O. Adams. "
Justtvo of. tho Peace Adolph Niel
City Attorney J. W. Waitecotto.
Road Supervisor Johnny. Stegglew
City Physician Dr. J?F. Noyet
Dr. Robinson. fjy ',
Sexton M. H. Fltzgwildr '- f
Tho night watchman 'JrflV be nfe(
pointed after tho marshal Is chosnJ
Some of these may fall to lavdJ
but we will wager a year's;sulcr'!M
tlon on a' majority of them. ffriMP
'ffriOT IN FOKEHKiaSR"
was shot In tho forehead, but "lor
seriously hurt. It appears that Le
Grnnd Noyes had a 22 rifle and shot
at a post. After hitting the post the,
bullet glanced and struck, young Hal
liday In the forehead.
The bullet either fell out or is
now imbedded against tho skull,
Sunday KTcnlng Meeting.
Tho following program will be giv
en in the Second "Wnrd chapel Sun
day evening, under the auspices of
tho Mutun) Improvement Associations
ot tho four wards.
Lecture Clifford E. Young.
Lndlo's Quartette First Ward.
Reading Lorcttn Nlclson. ;
Violin Solo Prof. Chns. Hopkins.
Lecture E. A. Morgan. ' ,'
Quartette H. V. W. P.
The meeting commences at 7
rosldenco Tuesday Counselor Q, E.
Musical Company Go Broke In Ogdcn
.Tho Colonial Music company, which
wns billed to play Klnj: Ko Ko here
tonight, wont broke In Ogdeu 'last
Monday. This Is the second tlmo this
company has beon billed for "Ameri
can Fork; and failed to put In nn
District Court Calendar
Tho following ensos or Interest to
tho north end or Utah county have
been set tor hearing In the Fourth
State ot Utah vs. Almn Bourno,
grand lucony; pleaded not guilty, Jan.
8 sot for trial.
Amerlonn Fork City vs. Oliver
SJostedt, being intoxicated; plea of
not guilty, trial sot for Jan, C.
Lohl City vs. Thomas Woodhouso,
selling Intoxicating liquors; plea of
not guilty, trail set for Jan. 7.
Thomas J. Chlpman, et. al., Vs.
Amorlcan Fork City, et. nl.j sqt for
Mrs. Annona Greenwood vs. S. P.
L. A. & S. L, R. R, Co., sot for Jan. 11.
Salt Lnko & Utah Rnllroad Compa
ny vs. N. H. Helsolt, et. nl.; set for
Mark Bezzant, ot. al vs. Pleasant
Grove City; Bet fov April 3.
Mrs. Edith Lnwhor.n vs, Znchrlah
D. Lawhorn; sot for Jan. 12.
Salt Lnko & Utah Railroad Compa
ny vs Josoph II. Adnms, ot nl ; sot for
T J Chlpman, et al , vs. J R Al
len, et al ; sot for Jan 10.
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ODDS and "ENDS' "5r? t'M
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&We will sell these odd lengths, these m
odds and ends, these remnants at prices I
that will astonish you; prices that every- "4 j
one can reach with small amount of 1 1
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