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I VOLUMES XI . .,.'.. v ; &-t ,AMl!m,K?iiaPAt..OAY, JANUAltV 10, 1014. ' .. - -l ' fflB
I Jfijer Greenwood
I ' Names Appointees
I ' v u
Ap)oln(mt)BtH of .Marshal, SuprrlH-
tenHcnt.ef Waterworks! and CItj
I Attorney Still Ir ike Air.
I Others ConfirMed.
Monday noon w"b, tho hour set by
law for' tho old city, officiate to lny,
I 'down the reins of government and tho
I' 'ncW.pfflciaifelo talto them up. Dofore
I A 'that' "hour the old council met and
cleaned up a Yow loose ends, passed
I 'sonic bills ami adopted an ordinance
confirming the. pavlngrassessment The
clty financial report wan read and
will be found In this issue. Mayor.
B. Noye'a expressed the pleasure, of past
association with the, out going council
aftor which It adjourned sine die,
B. Mayor Greenwood then called the
"haw council constating of' William
B Thornton, Sidney Nlcholes, E. D. Haw-
kins, Hans Chrlstensen and J. B. Soo
H ley to order, and each; others bonds
' all, of -which were supplied by- a
Guarantee company, were then pre
Bj seated and'acccted andrfe hew, regime
BJ- "was in Ihe saddle. . -.""
Br -7,Mayq5'Glreenwoed' prcsenfed the fol-
' lowing Jiit of appointments which
K he lred as memberiP'ot his official
"family: " ..'
; 'Cityi. Attorney Geo. p; Parker.
BJ ' Supervisor of Streets John F. Stcg?
'Sexton M. H. Fitzgerald.
BJ Budding Inspector It. L. Aahby.
J Pound Keeper and Curfew Officer
J" George Orookston.
Hv, Quarantine Physician Dr, J. F, i
H Ch'jef of Fire Department Wm.
' City Marshal Ltott Robinson.
BJ Suporintehdent' of .Water Works
BJ Samuel bean.
H $ justice of the Peace Adolph iNlel-'
BJy.y'Tjhe Watermasters were not named.
BJ' Tie IcoiuicH4 refused to.conflrm. the
BJ . pbjintiants j,for; Marshal, attorney
Land ' 8rinte'nde4rwi?
BJ Tlfawklns '"jfcii marahaTsome- thought
that' tho tfutle'i .of theauperlntendeik
.of waterworks 'shourd lie divided be-
tVeeaArlnurAaisoiu 'Sid' Wat?
B) Storrsahd -sonie mem'bers profered
J. N. Whltccottn for-city attorney.
The; following Is tho list of assign
B meuta to Jhn viirious committees:
H Cemetery Sidney Nlcholes, 'Hans
BJ 'Irrigation Hans Chrlstonscn, Ell
BJ "B Hnw.klna, Wm. Thornton.
Electric Lights Sidney Nlcholes, J.
BJ B. Seeley, .Hano ChristonBcii,
BJ Fire X B. Seeley, B. B. Hawkins,
BJ Sidney Nlcholes.
BJ Water Works Hana Clirlstcnsen,
BJ Wm. Thornton, G. B. Hawkins.
BJ Auditing Wm. Tho'rnton, J. B Sco-
H Streets Hans Chrlstenaen, J. B.
H Election E, B. Hawkins, J. B. Seo-'
BJ ly. Wm. Thornton.
BJ Judiciary Win. Thornton, J.--B.
BJ Seeloy. ""
BJ Flnayco Wm. 'Thornton, Hana
BJ Chrlstenaen, J. B. Seeley.
Clalma J. B. Seeley, Win. Thorn
B Police J. B, Seeley, E. B. Hawklnsj
BJ Hans Chrlstenoson.
BJ Public Grounds and City Park
BjSldnoy Nlcholes, Hnns CbrlBtenson.
BJ Engrossing E. B. llnwklnn, Sidney
Rules B. B. Hawkins, Win. Thorn
BJtqn, BV The council met again Friday nlgt.
BM Aa'thls Issuo is coming off the, pross
BM1''0 council Is In session nud nguln
Bvnnklng an effort to coma to a unity
BBf the faith on tho tliroo disputed tip
New Subscribers This Week
BM Our circulation Is growing dully.
The following hnvo Joined tho family
BKclrclo tho past week In American Fork
BJftnd R, F. D:
Geo. Adams. John Bager, R. F. D.
J. J. Thornton, R. F. D., B. R. Klrkmun
Bftrthur I.nyqocU. It. W. Cunningham
Wumos Hanson. . , Lincoln" Cnrllslo,
Tnmes C. Orr. Richards H. HiuiBon.
BAlrs. Kpli Ifenley. Martin Haiisou
jplnrenco V. Nash. A(ra. Frod Heuly,
Btrs, W. H. Brown Win. Warren
ktobt, Hunter, Martha J. McDanlel
BVm, MoDnnlul, 13. B. Hall,
. H. Thornton Geo. W. Miller
BK'd Jcppersou. Dortliu Chadwlck
BBl'hos. Featherstpno, Jr, , -
Btlobt. B, Wells Horace. 'ItUBhton
BV. M. Givlns W, H, .Greenwood
BKbtier Chlpmun Josoph Kitrren
Chrlslebell TdhaMrs. W. M 'Johnson.
Viola Urcms., , 'V -"
W. H. Dundorson, box 31, Lehl. '
Victor Myers John Granthum
Henry Macklln N. J. 6ordo
llcaani flreve Review.
John B. Miller.
Ed Meredith e: J. Swcnson
But there are too many who reed
ihls paper, but are not subscribers,
and thought' friondB, iwo are pleased
to have you as readers, wo earnestly
ns that you subscribe for Yimi
Hotiip Paper. It coats but 11.50 pot
yt'r, and with your .support we ca
slvo you a better paper.
Get tho habit and. Jolu the faiul.v
circle. DO IT AW
OOE TO HER EEWARD
Mrs. Janet Kelly, wife, of William
Kolly, died at her home Monday
morning of general debility, Sho was
70 yearB of age, and was born In
Scotland, coming to Utah in the year
1862. For-many years sho lived at
Salt Lake and Mill Creek, before
moving to American, Fprk. " '
, Funeral -services wore vheld from
iho Third Ward meeting hbuseWd
Inesday at 1:80 o'clock, Bishop J. R
Hlndloy conducting tho sorviceet Ah
.appropriate 'solo 'was beautifully ren
"deied byF. L. Hickman, Otkcr"hius
leal numb"er,s were furnished by the
choir The speakers were President
S. L. Chlpman, Jas. Crystal, BUhor
Hlndley . and two nieces of tho de
ceased, Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Miller
of Mldvale and Mill, Creek. Interment
In city cemetery;
DISTRICT COURT NOTES
Provo, Jan. 8. The Jury in 'tho case
of Araorlcan Fork City vi. Oliver
SJoatedti In which defendant wu
charged with ' Intoxication- a.d ap
pealed from tonylctio hcthe Justice's
court ,'of Amerlcaa; Fok. brought In', a.
vordlot of ,gillty.t, Sentence wrk elrt
.for the12th. fc
Wlllard; K, ShlpUystotrilW;)
yflB si,gftt --" W
land, In controversy. PTWr
"'.JBnRfer divorce has ''been eomn'
:RfeHeed by mpra;l&M2&
or American j,Fork; against Henry, 0,k
'-It Is reported that two. of the Jury
men in tho caso of American Fork
City vs. Oliver SJosledt that was tried
In the district court this week have
signed an affidavit to the effect that
they did not bollovo Mr. Sjostodt gull,
ty of drunkonnoss, but that their fel
low Jurymon kept them In tho Jury
room bo long that thoy became ex
hausted and rather than to bo kept
longor thoy sjgned tho verdict of guil
ty. It Is also roported that Mr,'"'8Jos-,
tedt has mado arraugomonts for .fil
ing suit against tho marslia' and city
for damages because the city wUl not
prosecute iliecomplalnt signed by
Mr, SJostedtand charging tho 'mar
shal with assault and battery, commit
ted a month or two ago.
Monday will witness ,tho opening
of the Amorlcun Fork Opera Houbq
to motion pictures. This house has
rocontly boen mado Into one of the
best and most modern show Iioubos
In tho state. '
By reason or tho comfortable seats,
wldo Isles, big scroon, stoam hoat
and Ideal dlstnnco botween tho ma
chlnq and tho screen It Is a ';thlng
of beauty and n Joy forever" to the
loors of tho movies,
A full orchestra has beon employed
to furnish tho nuiBlc and Lou Har
rington, our popular postmaster, has
beon employed as manager.
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT LE.M2UE
Thuro will be a meeting or this
leaguo bold; In tho city hall, Wcdii-i,
day evening, January 14, 1914. ut 8
o'clock p. m. An interesting and in.
atructlvo program will bo renlured,
tho prominent part or which wil bo
a lecture by Prof, Geo. M. Marshal',
of tho University of Utah, on "West
minster, Abbey.'" This famous and
historic church ia situated near tho
Thames, adjoining the Houses of Pnr
llmeut, London. Westminster Abbey
Is illBtlngulBhed ns tho burial placu
o.r numerous English Kings,, great
pools, Longfellow is tho pujy Ameri
can pout whoso tneflBrlftJ has been
placed in Westminster, Abbey,,
Tlio public hj cordially"! Jijvlted to
attend and enjoy an o'venlng or en
tertulnineut and Instruction.
- Heanng CwWiw
-The Alpliie SUke, 'Talje $M
making rapid pro'eMr:toWriei;opipiM
pletlon and skcwidW'reyijWK,: I
cation inAprll. or eeWUerrf ffi .!. I
pouters are .now "jj, worjj JmHt,
Bpeaker'o" stand antlchjHr .s44tV('wklol i
are located iuthe aoSthj.esidf ,th-. j
bunding. ,, ",.yf.:
Tho choir will be located ip .front
of the speaker's ataad, aadaMt $$h I
the main auditorium . wWty tlft 'fl
ganlst and his keybi Wf H
cated directly. In frontTOf'tk
The organ ltel?:;wiH ( l le j
to the rear 6f all and dirWUy-.unrfe I
the sounding .board whleh.wlllB I
constructed as to throw jail tlwjKMiisJ; 1
from the chb4r, ,th'e , organ or tkf'j
pakofs torwardj. nP,-j '
The heating plant his. ben:pr I
uounced by the .state': engtiiee'r to "im I
the most Ideal In the state.' 'II If nw 1
complete, and ''ateVm -r,liy. ''pvMmi' j
'bulldlngT The ' hWUrigJpsmie m'mI J
located to the 'building Ijsn'kftj
Is In a cement 'room, ,top,lottom aft I
sides to the south 'of the bvtl))tsi I
proper. The.blg boiler has a ' I
of generating 76.0 v.lesir.'-,8H
steam and one ad onerhaJf pound 1
ef steam has bee found to be ariijiWi j
to heat the big building in all Its puri I
The boiler Is covered with asbestos! 1
also some 4or tlie pipes, so 'that wh'ei I
tho tabernacle ,haa the proper' )? I
the temperature in tho boiler rajoaa I
need ndtbe any higher. Thelites I
is carried in a largo pipe to the .jar J
end or the Lullding before it enters; I
tho general dlstrlbutlngsystem. s'd I
this meafiB an even temperature i In, aJql
parts may be obtained With ilfc; 1
trouble and the condensation return 1
to the heating plant, jMtlefMtArir. I
The- plant .has :beenunoW-9oMt4t I
flriatr. totf the, past three ''frts oi I
coM weather for the pWrpos W tt- I
Incout the .plaM1 dry4nr UMt o I
doeeu weH,llhtd is Kerti;Bsll
the use of the different .orgaulzationell
on union days; The' most Interestingly
of. these rooms Is the big auditorium B
about, 4BX86 fefltand which will alio I
be used for. atake Junettenr ofal. I
clal nature.The floor; la i eonstructed I
of hard maple and ia being weUpol- I
lahed. A space 35X73, feel has.been I
etT.on springs and will make onVof I
the finest dancing floor8;in- the .state;' I
Tho adjacent rooms are' Ideally "locat- I
;ed for cloak room and social foryoees. I
and in addition; there are two' tolUs I
magnificently furnished, located "jii I
tho south end of,' Uie buiidingl . VU I' I
Tho Interior decoration are pro-! I
greasing, nicely and' IhV, harmony is I
most pleasing. "Tlecolor'are!criw, I
brown, white and. gilt, Ail, of which I
will harmonize with thebrass chand- I
ollors, and brnas"rulllng3 rouhdUhe I
balcony and the .choir seats, '
Innumerable, mazda lamps wll bo I
used In the ceiling on the front of the
gallery and at other advantageous
placoa all or which win give tho
building a blaze of glory when used
t nlghL a
Mr. A- Bradder, the contractor, fin
ished putting In the fourteen big
stono steps to the front of' the build
ing this week. ,
Miss Ruhr Tattersoll of this clfy
and Mr. Iteglnnld Garff of Uh, sur
prised their many friends by quietly
slipping awny nnd getting married
In' tho Salt Lnko Templo, Wednesday.
Tlio brldo lu ouo of our city's moat
charming und popular young ladles.
Bho has Just recently rotiirnod from'
the northern otatos, whoro sho spent
18 months doing missionary work.
Sho hus hold n numbor of responsible
positions In tho ward and has Itlways
beon an uctlvo workor.
Tho groom Is tho youngest son of
Mr, and Mrs. Peter N. Garff of Drnpor,
He camo to Lehl( nbout four months
ago and ho, with two othor brothers,
nro In business at that placo.
Mr. and Mrs, Garff will bo at home
to their many friends aftor February
1st, at Lehl.
Thoro- will bo a . meeting of tho
stockholders or tho Bank of Angli
can Fork, hold at thoir office January
13,.19U, at 2 o'clock p, m rot tho
purpose or olectlng a board or. soven
directors to s rre tho company for Jha
W S. CHJPMAN, Cashier.
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CLEARANCE SALE I
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I Friday, January WAif 1 MS
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fcigf hingsAwait You. NoliiiiigiSI IfiM
pnfBfefbre. See fc Shownlfe-?i C-lB
V$ See Our Hand Bills" ';-m-IB
Wr'n Keitlte worm $1.25, SauceaWiWta:
k v ; 4 td Kettles, Empire Kettles' and &ffe! " ' V -V iM
1M Pots worth 75c to $1.00. Each arid - f I .: v M
:f : "i every article for 50 CENTS. Only . . ; - :-x l.-jj i. y,
T v one piece of a kind to a customer ':. ''-'m-f: fl
lyTME-Thursday, January lSi,.m:thSWW'M
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- Examine our Remnants. Examine our Lace. ', " 'OB
Children's, Misses' and Ladies' Coats 1-2 Price; :
f Furs' 1-2 Price. 25 per cent off Munsing Wear. I
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Teeming over with Short Lengths and Remnants 'ifl
Bargains' of Every Kind I -.
GhipmanMercantile Gof m
American Fork, Utah J !
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