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gAmgrtgajgJork Citizen il
1 erim Reaper Claims
?' Estimable Young Lady
B y Cnrol Trait After Brief Illness
H rssct Awny In Suit LbIcc Hop.
0,npsB Saturday, Mlsa Mnrtlm Carol 1'rsitt,
"nA the scvcutcon-ycnr-old daughter of
Mr. and Mr8' ,rv,nK ' pt died In
"B slt l'iko cll'' SUn wnH aright,
I lovable girl nnd tho showor of llornl
H tributes and ninny who nttonded tho
H funeral services, both here nnd In
trufl Provo, showed tho untvorsnl esteem
e 9 In which filio wns held.
H' A week Inst Sundny Bho gave tho
" lesson In her theological claim in Sun-
" day School, but left before services
ron!fl er0 ovcr nccaUB0 of feeling II). In
H" the evening doctors wore consulted
H and her symptoms Indicated append!-
""" citls, excepting that tho pnln was In
,1 the left side Instead of the right.
I Later In tho week sho grow steadily
,H worso nnd waH taken to tho L. D. S.
' hospital Friday. Kmlnont physicians
were consulted nnd declnred the ensn
,H to bo pennllls nnd too serious to por
.H mlt of an operation Her llfo gradu
. all faded and obbed away about 7
' o'clock Saturday ovenlng.
, : Miss Prntt was born In I'rovo, Jnn-
' uary 23, 1897. Sho bnd lived in Am-
H erlcan Fork for tho past two yenrs
and was a student in thu American
H Fork High School. Sho wnH a great
help In her parents family, who arc
-H almost prostrated with grief.
' Funeral services woro held Tuesday
In the Third Ward Meeting House,
Bishop J. It. Hlndley presided. Other
speakers woro E. It. Hawkins, KM J.
. Clnyson, A. C. Whlttakcr, I). H.
Thomas of Snlt Lnko City nnd County
'liftj Supt. of Schools J.'P. Crccr of Spnn-
lsh Fork. Tho ward choir furnished
til the music and solos wero rendered
U by C. A. Whlttnker, Miss Edith Hlnd
- ley Taylor and Miss Klva Chlpmau.
"" The casket was literally burled In
fl floral tributes nnd two tables were
V fllled with flowers sent by local,
I'rovo nnd Salt I.ako City friends.
Tho remains, accompanied by many
from hero, wero tnken to Provo for
H burial, whoro a lnrgo uumher of
Provo friends accompanied them to
H tho cemetery, where brlof services
B were held under tho direction of the
, bishopric of tho First Ward of I'rovo.
'H A pnthettc Incident connected with
, the death was thnt Miss Pratt's grand-
'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Adnms,
. of provo, who are now touring Knglnnd
'I, had asked Miss Pratt and her mother
BtO"Come. overuthis ummer,uilO ilfit
SjiH- v company thern'onhb return joHnniey,
H Preparations Wero being mndo for the
m trip next month.
1 Mass Meeting
Of Members of Chic Improvement and
I liettermiMit Leagues Monday, Atif
,1 ust 21th.
H A general meeting of tho above
I named league members, as well ns
m non-members who nrc Interested In
tho welfnro of tills community, will
H be held in tho City Hull, Monday
I night, August 24th, 8 p. m. All mom-
bers are requested to bo present to
ratify tho consolidation of tho two
I leagues, election of ofllcers nnd trnns
H act such other business ns muy come
before tho meeting. Chief of Pollco
li. F. Grnnt of Snlt Lake, will bo pto
I sent nnd give n talk on betterment
and civic Improvement In tho com
MuBlcnl numbers will bo rendered.
H Everybody welcome.
CLIFFORD K. YOUNO Chairman ol
W I). EDMONDS Sccrctnry of Civic
LAIHIIS' HUTHMCAN CM'H
H Tho Ladles' Republican club met
Tuesday ovenlng nnd completed their
H organization by electing officers nnd
I Mrs J H. Wootton, president; Mrs.
Hcno Ohlpman, vlco prosldent; Mist
Mpiiiida Parker, secretary and troas-
"r. Mis Willis Hromloy was chn
en n a member of tho county ndvls-
nry board from this precinct; com-
niutccs on program and momborshli
orc also named.
Another meeting In called for Tucs
m any evening nnd an up-to-date pro
Rrnm Is arranged, and an Intorostlnj
speaker will be there and answer any
nsK. The ladles are trylnc to ri
nntl invite all to attend their meet.
Tho Indies' Itepubllcnu club quar-
m ,T,rI18b "f Miss Morlo Holey,
Mrs. Ilcmlco (Jddlngs, Miss Hnzcl
Chnso and M88 Unl.y Wootton.
Schools Will Open
Monday September 7th
AH In Keniliiios fnr Siim-sfl
Preparations have been made for
the opening of the public schools on
Monday, September 7th, This Is Labor
day so tho students will call and be
enrolled nnd tho work proper will
bo taken up tho day following. llKi,
School will commence tho same dny.
During the vacation many Improve
ments luive been made In nnd around
the buildings, chief among which will
bo tho lustallntlon of modern, Banl
tnry toilets for the students of the
Forbes nnd Harrington buildings, nnd
tho grndlng of tho grounds nt the
High School. Prospects nro for n
most successful Bchool year.
I'ndor tho old system of grndlng
tho tonchcrs will nil tho grades an
C. V. Whlttakcr City Superinten
dent. It. L. Asliby Mnnunl Training.
Ernest M. W. Jones Supervisor of
Irving L. Pralt Principal of Forbes
building and Seventh Grade.
Jcbko F. Steele Seventh Urn do.
Mrs. A. L. Osmond Seventh Orade.
Jane McPhernon nnd Vivian Decker
Clarice Kershaw and Llllle Shipley
Miss M. M. Itoundy Principal Pri
mary Huildlng nnd Fourth Grnde.
Dlnnch Crandall Fourth Grade.
Sadie Mltchi'l and ltelva Hooth
Sarah Parker nnd Edith Oakey
Eliza Hlndley nnd Janctt Latimer- -First
Bessie Green and Florence Dunyon
. . . o -Power
('. Hullillng New Ciuitmi Ham
pany has a force of men taking nut
tho old ilnm nt tho Intnko or Us up
per plnnt In Amerlcnn Fork canyon.
The old dam never did rest 911 a solid
foundation, and has been tho cause of
much apprehension and trouble.
The new dam will go down to bed
rock nnd be built of solid concrete,
nnd will last for all lime to come.
This does not look like the abandon
ment of the company's local pistils,
HEV. MUiTlsT SAYS 00IMYK
Hov. Wlldmati Murphy and family
left this week Tor Paysou, where they
go to do similar work that they have
been doing In American Fork for thu
past ten years, and during which time
they have gained 11 host of friends.
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mur
phy wero tho recipients of a pleasant
surprise party, when thlrty-llvc
friends walked in on. them unawares.
Tho evenlug was enjoyed by music,
games and light refreshments. Mr.
.Murphy was presented with a gold I
lYAMi COXrKHKM'KS TO.MOltltON
Thorn will bo two wanl conferences
here tomorrow, Piesideuts Clarke and
Evans will go to tho First Ward and
President Chlpman nnd some of the
other brethren will go to tho Second
Conference In tho Third Waid wnt
hold last Sunday.
4'ouHli Wnrd I.lbrarj Committee
Committee to secure books for pub
lic library In tho Fourth Wnrd of Am
erican Fork: Henjamln Fullmer.
Chairman; Ann Chlpman, Lesly A
Smith, Mary Greenwood, lluby Wool
ton, Myrtle Fullmer, Mlllla Hobinson
Six Canyon" Mines i
Now Shipping On
American Pork ('aii)ou ShoiffiS
More Aclhllj Thau far VeflrJfi
Pohn MoTaguc, Iho veteran urpluiUK
or, camo down from tho ennyon TucsH
day with a load of oro from tliQTlo
mine, which pioperty ho dcclnreslH'!
showing Improvement with cS
shot. Tho bottom of Iho wlnzcj
now all u nice second class oro.wlUJf
good bunches of high grado oro inaH
Ing In It, which latter Is being BticlTcd!
nnd hauled down for shipment. tT
Hog has been held back becnus'olof
walcr, but the instalntlon of a.pumj
Is cnnbllng the making of bcttrrpro
Messrs Armstrong and Cranthumr
lessees of tho Yankee, Jinvo'ijjnjMj
troublo with cnvc-Ins and' running
ground, but hnvo a shipment of 'good'
oro about ready to send to tho snioii
Ted King came down from -4ha'
Water Fall mlno this week, on whiaff
Messrs Jacob Greenwood, Tim Smllh1
and Hurt Durrant have a lcmin. TheSS
gentlemen havo cleaned out thoofd
workings, nnd besides Inking outwore"
from scvornl exposed veins, nro' also
sorting nnd gigging tho dump. TheyJ
hno scvornl hundred sacks toward!
a shipment and are dally adding mor
sacks. Tho Water Fall Is tho hlgh'esti
mine operating In tho cnnyouthij! '
summer, and contains soma oftM
highest class oro now coming otoflJ
tho canyon, -.jJEfl
TI10 Tylers, father and son, "nowU
working tho Hay Slnto, report a ship
meiit of good oro almost rcndytg
load on the ears. Jnlm McTaguecama
down with another load yesterday
The Hay State Is ono of tho uncerl
lain propositions, but from presogfl
Indications It has ono of thu bright!
est futures In tho canyon. ltsiti
volopment Is being wntched ,twitm
tnucli lulerest ly local people vswj
Tho Wadleys, lessees of tho oldfMlHJ
ler in I ne, are not making much iiolen
bat havo a shipment now hauled doWmi
to Pleasant Gtovo ready to loadjgm
tho car. They (00 nro having mttOT
troublo with running ground undJmB
to drive lagging with nlmost"'cvfflL
inch of progress mado, Thffy,ajB
have a big tonngo of second tinssrfjjH
that could lie turned into a jJunoMU
money If there wan a cust6m injUH
tho canyon to treat It. '?TCH
Tho Wild llros., in .the ltjdjJjM
Ing a few sacks dally towards an
jther shipment. They still have faith
In mnklng nnother strike Hint will bo
1 reminder of olden times,
The North Stnr people, In Iho Sll
cr Uike district, are allowing con
siderable activity and ato sending
somo ore down tho ennyon.
Tho Salt Lake people who hae un
dertaken tho development or tho Old
Stewart property In Deer deep, this
week enmo down to get oli;ht or ten
Ions of machinery which will bo used
to operate somo hurley drills which
will ho used to push a long tunnel
deep under tho present workings. Tho
plnns for opunlng this promising pro
perty Ineludo a campaign cocrlng
The Hlnghnm lessees or the Pacific
havo taken ofT several men the past
week because of tho slowing down
of mining operations In thu big cop
per camp. They, however, are con
tinuing ub many men as can conven
iently work In tho shaft being Bunk
on the big low grade cln. They
hnvo power now to both pump the
water out of tho shaft and to operate
tho hurley drills.
Messrs James Chlpman and IF. 0.
Johnson spent Sunday visiting sev
eral of the nborti properties and de
clare that not for years has tliore
hern so many properties working, nor
so hopeful a feeling as now posses the
many miners working there.
Through frelglii sun lee, two addi
tional passenger trains and alltiht
changes In time of ousting trains hub
become effective on thu Intel urban.
Tho now passenger trains will
leau Snlt Lnko City nnd Pioo nt.!'
p. m., arriving at 10;fi5 p. m, The
lust train from Proo will leave there
nt 11:10 p. in., arriving In Salt Lakt
nt 12:05 a, in., Inetead of 1: 10 a- '
as ronneiiy, wheh will allow pat
songeib to make confections with tin
labt Btieel cars. The last train fron
Salt Lake will leavo nt 11. IB p.
as formoiiy, but will an he at Prou
I 3 One Steps and Hesitation Waltzes ss
I YOOR ONE OPPORTUNITY OF LEARNING THE VERY LATEST DANCES
APOLLO, Wed. Aug 26th
I Mr. F A. Juokson will ,,,,,ii8lral nnd ''Vt1!!u;,;r;;s;!S ,ll WmttVi" &
I ,( ,,,(m lnni'iiiK School" this coining fifUHoii nml imiw vJ'-moiiMiaUi ni
I jJMk.,1, t 8 o'clock and take, miv.,i.t.,nu of instructions ,efor iho ilnneo mnmw
I Admission-GontsJOc. LadiesJYee . Gallery oc.
I f .Anottar of the'so Demonstration .bmces will bo given Friday, September 4th Arner.ci.n Fork Symphony Or.
'ra .Now ijuislc played right.
Babies and Babyhood ' li
We want every married Lady to look in
our Big Show Window this week and see
our Babyland Articles. J
Every thing for Babies comfort. Everything for I;
Ritx- 1MOTHERS! J
I . ' You cannot
I Everything I V& 1 A afford to sit 1
I H &) land sew to .J,'
I from V s v , ' - -' I
i ii om f -y j your own m. 1
Tip Baby's Outfit Jury and dis- I
I tO From the first littlo wrap- COHlITOt.
I- T1 Per kay wears to the nretty W"p cpll Vffcll
AOe knitted afghon everything "cacii JUU
needed for a complete outfit 6VAV"ffJT0
jpQi for the baby wo are prepared o ' '
to supply. Our Pearl line of fOF BabV
TtilVllPC infants' wear will interest 0 . , .
"aUAra every mother. trOIll birth 1 .,
Come in and see how pret- ir w !
tily and inexpensively you U.J m i.
can dress your baby by mak-geeourwin(ows
ing your selections from our ,, . m
Pc rl lino of infants' wear. thlS Week.
Chipmans Big Red Store is the place. I 1
8 trains on the "OremUrban" All stop close toour Store I ''
al 1:80 a. in. Instead of 1:10 a. in.
This kIos tho people il service or
sixteen trains por dny, eight each
Freight will be handled In Salt
Lake at tho toiiipui.y's now freight
depot on Firat West and Third South
streets, nnd tho sehedulcs are arrang
ed so as to mnkn deliveries at all
points on tho line early In the morn
ing or tho day after shipment.
Deposit of Magnesium
Discovered In Canyon
American 1'orlt Youth Dl-eoiers lilt;
, llody of .HuliilniiM! of Supposed
yiilne for Meillelnnl raipiiHes.
Ohaiioy Meicor camo down from tho
canyon yesterday with samples of al
most pure Magnesium taken from a
big vein that can be traced for over
1,000 reet up the hill, In the Silver
I.ako (Hull let.
Some' time iigo, young Mercer was
prospictlug in the canyon and sunk
his pick Into what appeared to bo a
olu of decomposed spar, which It
closely resembles. Howoer, as It
vas dirfereiil from un) thing he had
over seen, ho put a sample in hlh
pocket, nolod lis locution anil went
on looking for a ledge Indleatho of
Kold, slvor or lend,
Heccntly, while miking with a
drummer he mentioned Iho peculiar
rock and tho iliununer secured a sam
plo. This week ho received a lettei
from his salesman fileud telling that
tho sample was almiitit pure Magne
sium, and that thero was a good sale
for it to cortalu Ohio chemical works
Tho drummer nsked for more sam
i.los and wanted to net as commission
agent In hnndllng tho now find. It
was to get these snniplos, also for the
purpose or staking out the claims,
Hint Mr. Mercer, accompanied by Mr
Heck, made the trip up tho eunon
Thursday The next stops to bo lak
.in depends on the action of the drum
in or , .1 1 1
l'uro Magnesium Is a metal llghtei
i hen aluminum and resembling silver
in color. In Its pure state It Is gon
orally sold In the form of thin rib
bon, being usid for the pioducllon of
highly Intense light. The rlbboi
kindles onslly In a candle llnnio and
then continues burning most Intense
ly by llseir, the solid oxide pioduecil
radiating nut abundant light.
MnguoHlum Is used In the produc
tion of certau inedlclnes.chlef among
which Is Upson Salts, sold In all drug
I Magnesium or Maguosla Is ono of
tho most universally distributed of alt
elements, II Is found associated with
practically all llmo formations and
thu ocean contains .01! of It;
but ledges of It occutlng in on almost
pure stnto are very raro, and tho now
ilud In American Fork canyon may
develop Into a now Industry hero, and
bo tho means of putting somo or our
citizens on "easy Btrect."
Nevr .Mniiagcr For Apollo Hull
Mr. Thomas F. Prlday has accepted
tho position of manager for the
Apollo Hall and will assume his new
duties next week. With Mr. Friday's
push and recognized ability, tho
Apollo should make a great succobs.
Ileno Vance, who resigned because
of bin duties In tho Insurance busi
ness taking him out of town, has
made this popular hall one of tho
lending nmusemeulH centers In tho
n.0Ni:it u.MiiU'N covriisT
.vow iihinh .iri;i:i)
The lour best (lower gardens in
American Fork being kept by bos
and glrla are Hiobo of Oliver Hunter,
Irene Chlpman, Kva McCullougli and
(ho Jackllu sisters, One of these will
bo first or second In the Stake con
test. From appearances tho Judges
who made their olllclal Inspection last
Mon.. are now ready to give their de
cision. However, tho ipiuHllon or
keeping records count ton points In
tho content and these cannot bo as
cciinlucd till fair lime, next month.
Thoro are somo very beautiful gar,
dens kept by American Fork bays and
girls, ne of them won second la the
slate last year and II Is quite likely
that tho first prize may como here
Messrs .1. A. 1. Jeusun, Adolph
.Nielsen and Hyruni Hlnckhuret woro
in Provo Wednesday afternoon on
The llve-monlhs-old baby of Mr and
Mrs.' Matt I'onleou fell from a ehalr
tbo forepart of tho week, breaking
Its arm Just above tho elbow.
Something extra every night at the
Opera House next week. Seo their
ml. , 22-U
The M. 1. A. ofllcoiH and tonchori;
of tho Third ward cntortalued tho
mutual girls at u kenslngtou Thurs
day afternoon, at tho homo of Mrs.
I 11 .. - I I T -! tff J
Am I In dreamland? IS'o. That's lit
tho Hvveet strains of Miss Dawson's '&.
violin which you hear Orient Tho- 'i
at re. 22-1 1 JB
Tho Misses Myrtle King, Francis Et',
Johnson and Mr Itaymond Chlpman Mj1
spoilt Wednesday at Vivian l'nrk, up jflK',
I'rovo canyon , , fK
Miss Florence Urccu, dnughtor of jig;
Mrs, Anno Orcou, and Mr. I.ovvls S. mm',
Dunyon of Snlt I.ako, woro married K
In the Sail Lake Temple Wednesday. ja
MIh.i I.llllo Shipley returned homo H
Sunday after spending ten days at . Wj
Delta, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert W,
Miss Millie Thornton, who Is em- IP
ployed at Iho telephone ofuco, Is bnv- .jjf!'
lug her vacation this week nnd is HK
spending It with relatives nnd friends . fii
in Salt I.ako and Hlnghnm. Wft
Mrs. Kills I'rostou has received
word tluil her rather, Judge .A. It. It !
Holuinn or Minneapolis, Minn., is quite 11.'-
III, and have sent for to coma homo H
nt on co. nj :
Mrs. Nina l.ee, the Mluses Vlda uud ffi
Iteba l.ee and Messrs Jasper Holt, m .
Ham Haggard uud Howe Murdock of nP
Sprlngville, wero American Fork '
can) on visitors this week, JK
Miss Alia (ii-aut or l.chl, en- H
tei tallied se elisor' her friends at n K
box party al tho Orient Theatre labt m
Thursday. All enjoyed tho program wp
luiiiicnsely as well as Iho fresh air W
and electric fan breezes, ' it' "
II. Ii, Oraut cntortalued at u box II ;
party at the Orient Inst Saturday, M, )
Tho offering wns "I.ucllc Iive, tho .
Girl of Mystory."
The MlBses Melludn Parker, Iji. 1
volt a Cromplon, l.lzzlo and Fern in
Thornton and Itcrtha Dassett spent IR
Sundny In Amerlcnn Fork canyon. ffi
I . fl-M ... - -
- .- 'j,
Illst. nnd Soptonibor 1st respectively. ;
JOHN II. WOOTTON i
Precinct Chnlrman, "1'