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'' . AMERICAN FORK C1T12EN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 loll i I
fpieasant Grove Department I
m safe In America
Links ills ArrTwil In Montreal-
mffun ViilUng Sifter iu Washing.
' ( jiancy, son of Mayor 'and
H, ; j L. Harvey, la safe In America.
Kktnn rrom lllm ,n8t Sunday'
Liitced bis snfu arrive! an Mon
HLiL Canada, ami nnotlior one fe
HlLj a few days later told of his
HT( la New York nnd his intention
HTtlilt Waslilugton, where his sister,
Kt d A. West, lives.
tut frl(lay u lclter a,ul flvo I,oat
H.4 from Uermany nnd a letter
Hj&ten on board the ship, were
HtftlteJ by Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrvoy. In
Bit later wiltten on the ship he
Hjtt! that be was just passing some
HtbarS off the coast of Now Found
BL and would be glud when the
Htrttvcd In the harbor. On the
Hp ,cre " liundrcd Mormons re
Hki1s to Utah among
Kioto were Ellhu Call, Orgnlnst
cbsll and Ilomanln Hyde who had
Hfcg studying music and Harold Good
Ktof Ubl. Ho had seen June West
HL London, who had arrived from
HjrltKrhnd too Into to get the boat
Hrthilitb, on which dato Mr. Harvey
HJtle letter from Germany was tho
ftit received since the wur had got
HLigood start and at u tlmo when
HVltd no Intention of leaving Lelp
Hk, over which conference he hud
Ha president for some time. He
Hjti that lie people hud no reason
Hkfeir ns to his welfure, that ho
Hn enJoylriK more freedom in trnvel
Htftround umong the brunches than
Htl been granted for a long tlmu.
H&t more effective work in the mls
Boiirr way wus being accomplished,
11 Hut the German people had become
0 Hot religious, and were attending
-. Hi! meetings better.
Hj Be stated that wu could hardly I111-
) Hrlne how Joyfully the Qermau sold
Hntoto wnr. They go as If going
Hi 1 pleasure trip. The sad ones arc
Hoe left ut home. Even the women
HWild like to fight If they could. When
Hum declared, tho excitement was
i)J Heritable. Now it is moro quiet.
'jHwie would like to read an Amerl-
jtH" paper the reports are so dlffer-
ilt-Ht to different countries. Ho far nB
H could learn Gcrmnny was vlctor
Hu Many are suffering now be
Hw of tho war, and If It continues,
Heine will result.
.The people nre very patriotic and
WHld devotion to their country the
licit thing on earth.
Ai Mr Hnrvey has been gono but
Vttcen mouths, he will bo assigned
IIHiome mission in American, prob-
IIHr the Northern Stutes.
I To Be Organized
'" At tho Union Parents, meeting lust
r Hnday, Qeo. Stratup of Provo, wus
Bftient and mudo a Btlrrlng address
vug betterment linos, nftor which
Ita was genoral discussion of the
Vfclects treated upon. John Holdn-
7. (leorgo Larson and Mrs. Susie
rtflttnson, with their assistants, wero
(pointed a committee to draft by-
1 mu nnd suggest names for pennon-
- This committee mot Thursday oven-
It and elected John Hnlllday as
Htalriniiu and Mrs. Luolln Thome ne
B-cretnry and troasuror. There will
wono vice chairman, also u lady and
Hntlemcu from each wnrd as mom-
jMr of the exccutlvo committee. W.
'e Hayes and Hert 01 pin will rcpre-
Jml tho other two Pleasant Grove
flHrds aB vice presidents, and the
iH'nlla ami l.ludon members will b
jH"lected later, nftor which tho commit
'Wm '"" 'oport to anothor meeting.
;l WVIil.r.Y.CHUISTAI. NUPTIALS
H Tut'8ll!,y' Ml3S U1" Wadley nnd l.e
Wmil CryBtnll went to Provo, securet'
Ucenao and wero married. Tin
Wile is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
IC,aC Wnd,(,y- ftml the groom Is 1
? of 1Vl(,r Crystal of Albion, Idaho
herL. tu, )0,m(; people -vv III reside
II to hi: ui:li:asi:ii
H,A lnu'r r,(,.Pd this week from
IK "" Who ,s l,ro8l,,ent of ti'
H "'' Co"'renco U Norway, stated
Hlth '""1 t"8trucll01 to reloaui
H Qeidi-u whoHo terms was ncnrl)
I Hivb""! '" '"'"I"11"0 the mission ti
Mm brnnc" 1" the hands of
In il,a "lri1 ,0(:al l"-thern. Thr
lH7r Ull nken us 11 hint that
Ht ;J'"ammB might be called
M HJ "y ll on short uotlco, Wfd
ncsday, u cnblegram from President
Hyrum M. Smith, stated that all the
elders In the continent had been re
leased. This will probubly mean that
I Elder Anderson will soon come home.
TIIUESIIINU SUASO.X BNMKD
Plensaut Grove does something be
sides raise fruit. This season over
83,000 bushels of grain wore thresh
ed In Pleasant Grove by tho three
threshing outfits, divided as follows:
John Nelson nnd company 33,000,
Iron Glad company 27,000 and Wnr
buiton nnd Hayes company 23,000
The threshing Benson Is now ever.
Wilson Club Meeting
The wIIboii Club will hold u meet
ing to tho public In Its new home,
tho Hex Thcntro building, on Wed
nesday night, October 7, at 8 o'clock.
Tho club has taken n lease on the
Itex Theatre and will give a public
meeting every Wednesday evening.
These meetings will be of the very
highest order, educational In nature
and not petty fogging or "mud sling
ing." Tho speakers Wednesday night
will bo Prof. Christen Jensen, who
will dlBcuss the foreign policy of tho
Wilson administration, with special
emphasis upon tho problems of In
ternational law and diplomacy that
the administration has to den' with
In tho Mexican embrogllc, and tho
present European crisis. Prof. Jen
sen Is the foremost authority In tho
stnto on the questions of Intcmatlon.
al law and diplomacy, and Is a very
County Attorney Grant C. Uagloy
will ulso be present and discuss some
of tho Issues of tho present campaign
from the point of voiw of their moral
significance and Import. The County
Attorney Is a very pleasant and en
tertaining speaker, full of wit nnd
humor, and will undoubtedly afford
u full portion of merriment as well as
enllghtmcnt on the questions of law
enforcement and Woodrow Wilson.
There will bo several musical num
bers on the program, and a lively time
Is ensured. Everybody come nud
bring your friends. Eight o'clock,
Wednesday night, Hex Theatre.
Anderson Case to be Dismissed
Some tlmo ngo we published an nc
count or th nrrest nnd preliminary
hearing of G. A. Anderson on a statu
tory chnrgo, alleged to have happen
ed with a young lndy In Amorlcnn
Fork. This paper Intimated at tho
time that the county had n reason for
arresting and throwing a shaddow on
Mr. Anderson. The County Attorney
has now decided to recommend to tho
District Attorney thnt tho case bo dls.
Wo think It but right thnt some of
tho fuels in tho enso bo published.
Tho girl In tho ense nnd her mother
wero emphatic that tho off'enso charg.
ed In tho complaint happened In Octo
ber. Several of Mr. Anderson's
friends said, that tho girl's story
could not bo true, ns they remember
ed distinctly having Introduced tho
two to each other In the following
Fobrunry or March. They remember
ed tho dato distinctly becnuso of a
certain basket ball game plnyed In
Lehl. On cross examination tho
young lady emphatically corroborated
the story of Anderson's friends in
overy respect, excepting as to tho
date when this basket ball gnmo took
place, which sho alleged was played
As Invitations had boon printed an
nouncing tho bnskot ball gamo, which,
by tho way, was tho only ono Andor
son wns over interested In, and fix
ing Its tlmo ns tho latter part of Feb
ruary. Tho county la convinced that
they hnvo tho vyrong man In tho ense
and will not proceed with tho prosecution.
klias riKuci: xinv
WKAHS TIIK STAIl
Ellas Plorco, tho now city mnrshnl,
commencod wearing his star Thurs
day morning. Ho has no particular
policy to carry out, oxcopt tho In
rorccmont of tho city ordinances.
From anothor source it is learned
thnt certain fruit peddlers will prob
ubly bo moro careful with tho charac
ter of tho loads thoy havo on their re
turn Journoys. Tho now mnrshal 1ms
tho support of all tho people, which
is amply Justified by his record In
holding n similar position bo fore,
M US. llAYlIS IIOXOHKD
Tho Mutual Girls or tho Second
Ward gave their retiring president.
Mrs. Ilattlo Hayes, u pleasant sur
prise party in the Tnborunelo Monday
evening. Mrs. Hayes Iihh been proHl
dont for tho past six years, and as 11
token of tho appreciation of her past
labors, tho gll Bvo her a beautiful
brass Jardiniere. There wnB also 11
program ami refroshmonts.
brass Jardlueor. Tore wns also u pro
gram and refreshments.
Mrs. Emmn Ovorlado Is Mrs. Hayes'
successor. Sho has not yet chosen
Junius West Is
, Coming to America
Left LIutimioI September 80II1 Will
I'rolmbly Labor in t'nlted
Recent letters from Junius West
and dated London, September l&th,
stnlcs that ho has been rolenscd nnd
Is now on tho Atlantic Ocean, In
tending at tho tlmo of writing his
hiBt letter to sail from Liverpool on
September 30th. About tho 10th of
October ho will arrive in Montreal.
Tho letters do not stnto whether ho
will como home upon arriving In Am
erlcn, or whether ho will bo nsslgucd
ed to some conference in tho United
States, but ns he has been gono only
fifteen months, and as tho church Is
assigning many European missionar
ies t0 fields In tho Btates, It is prob
able ho will not come directly homo
The letter states thnt nil tho Elders
hnvo been taken out of tho German,
Swiss and French missions for at
least till nftor the war is over, and
thoBu whoso tlmo had not expired
would be assigned to other fields.
After closing up his affairs iu
Switzerland, he and companion walk
ed from Unsll over the boundary lino
Into Germany, then took tho train to
Frankfort. Here they wero hold up
as spies, but their American pass
ports soon gained them their rclcaso
and they went on to Rotterdam, where
they took a boat for England. While
passing through Germany, they heard
tho roar of cannons in distant battle
fields, nud saw many cars loaded
with both German nnd French Injured
In Germany nil was peaceful, tho
pcoplo going about their usual vo
cations and all supporting toynlly tho
wns policy of tho government. Iu
England nil tho reports wero thnt tho
allies had tho Gormnns whipped,
while In Germany all reports stated
that tho Germans had tho French and
English almost driven out of Europe.
For Jeppa Nielson
Funeral services for Jeppa Nielsen
wero held in tho Tnbornnclo Sunday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock p. m,
Tho house was filled with friends
who como from surrounding wards.
Hlshop S. L. Swcnsou presided and
tho choirs of tho thrco wardB furnish
ed iuubIc. The casket of solid oak
was a literal bank of flowers. It. D.
Wndloy offered the opening prnyor
and Joseph Thorno offered tho bene
diction; Ulshop Olpln dcdlcntcd the
mtSmJ. fori1! sW, 3Hi3
riH iW-k Hk 'HEi
grnvo. Tho spenkers, all of whom
bore record of tho splendid character
of the deceased, were Ulshop C. P
Wamlck, Wllford PouIboii , W. L.
Hayes, President Stephen L, Chlpman,
Prosldent James II. Clarke and Uls
hop S. L. SwoiiBon.
All of Mr, NlelBon's living children
Another Accident On Interuto
Motor Cur Hunts Into Dog, Car .lumpt
the Track Spilling tho Occupants
nud Injuring Tvo Ladles.
An accident on tho Intorurbnn Inst
Friday evening resulted in Mrs. John
Conway breaking her collar bono and
Mrs. Joseph Fago receiving somo cuts
on her bond and being considerably
bruised and shnckon up otherwise It
was llttlo short or miraculous that
no ono was hurt worse
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fago and Mr. and
Mrs. John Conway mounted Mr. Con
way's speeder or motor car and wero
going on the Intorurbnn track to at
tend tho vuudovlllo porformniicu at
tho M. I. A. Finr In tho Stnko Tabor
nacle, In ono of tho acts of which
Mr. Fago had a part.
They wero following up tho seven
o'clock car, were Just out of the city
limits and were juet getting Up speed
when a dog came running out. Tho
ught Bido wheels struck the dog and
over went the car with Its four occu
pants. A doctor was sent Tor Mr. and
Mrs. Conway, nnd Mrs, pni!U Wclll
back to Pleasant Grove and Mr. Fage
went on to American ork. The doctor
dreBBod tho wounds and Mr. played
the Irishman's part In the play.
Mr. Conway is foreman over the
construction gang on the Orcm road,
and it was his car that tho party was
DemocrntH Jinme Precinct Ufllccrx
Tho Democrats held a primary Sat
urday evening and nominated Ktra
Walker for Justice of tho Pence, nnd
A. E.' Cobbley na Precinct Constable.
Tho Republican nominees nre C. E.
Thomas for Justic nnd Lawrence All
red for Constable
irn .rlun Married
Mr. and Mrs. NIcIb Nelson announce
tho marrlngc of their son, Ira, to Miss
Ella Rockwood or lono, Idaho, In tho
Salt Lako Templo on October 2nd.
Thoy will reside in Iotin, Idaho.
IV. C. ill'M' THAVKLOdER
Mr. W. C. Hunt, who gave his ad
dress as Yuma, Colorado, drove Into
town with an outfit which attracted
considerable attention. It consisted
of n llttlo house on wheels with a
trailer, drawn by thrco donkeys nbrcst
and a brown horso on tho lead. On
tho sldo of his houso wns painted,
"From Mexico to tho Yellowstone
nnd tho Coast." Ho recently returned
from tho Yellowstone nnd Is now on
his wny to tho const. He tnkes slides
of his travels, nnd to pny expenses '
occasionally delivers travelogues II- '
lustrated with his own views. '
Ulshop James H. Walker was a
Salt Lake visitor Friday.
Miss Lavcrn Ulack of Moore, Idaho,
will spend tho winter with Mr. and
Mrs. Den Ulakc.
Mrs. Krusc and daughter, Ruby
havo returned, after spending n few
days in Salt Lako and Ogdcu.
Mrs. C. II. Miller has returned to
Doiivor. nftor spending two weoks
wlth-rqlntlves In Pleasant Grove.
Mr. Lester Kirk of Salt Lako City
Is spending tho week In l.ludon, tho
guest of Mr, nud Mrs. A. W. Johnson.
A fine bnby girl arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Nols Fugal Thurs
day night All concerned doing well.
Mr. O. T, Nelson of Holier wns visit
ing frlonds In Pleasant Grovo Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. mid Mrs. Chris Fugul spent Sat
urday and Sunday with friends and
relatives in Hcnjnmln.
Mrs. Jnmes A. Francom of Benja
min, wns visiting frlonds In Pleasant
Grovo this week.
Mrs. P. C. Adnmson of American
Fork, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
F S. Humphries yesterdny.
Miss Annlo Slnck of American Fork,
was tho guest of Miss Chloo Thome
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Ella T. Spencer or Logan, is
iho gucBt of hor sister, Mrs. A. II.
Chlpman, for a fow days.
' .Mrs. Sarah West or Murray, wuh
Ithe guest or relatives nnd friends
Mrs. L. E. Adams or Storrs, Is the
J guest or hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1 c P. Larson.
Mrs. Luna n. Clark went to Salt
Lako Thursday morning. Sho ex.
pects to spend tho winter there
Mrs. Sena Peterson of Mexico and
Mrs. Chrlstcnn Sorrenson of Lehl,
spent a day tho past week tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Lafnyctto SorrciiBon.
Tho Third Ward Young LadleB had
ono of tho largest genoral displays
in tho fair. Thoy had over 150 bottles
of fruit alone.
Warm' Hlnnkots, Wide Ulnnkots, all
sizes, all colors. Sumplo lino, a sav
ing of 25 to 33 1-3 por cent. Chip
mim'B Dnrgnln Hnscment. 3-lt
Tho Third Wnrd Young Ladles As
soclntlon opened their season's worl
with a soclnl In tho Tnbornnclo Mon
day evening. There wns a program
Mrs. I). II. RoblRon of Mantl, at
tended the fuuoral or her father
Joppo Nelson, on Sunday lust. Shi
returned to Mantl Tuesday.
Mrs. Maria Tomllsou Is quite 111
and coullned to her bed. 1
Jos. E. Thornc was n Suit Lako
Mr. Ai elite Nielson has gone to Ida
ho, where ho Is employed.
Mrs. Pyrus Andrus Is homo for a
two week's visit with her parents.
Mr. George Clatt of Proo, was a
Pleasant Grove visitor Tuesday.
Gloomy Dance, Smuln's Academy,
Friday. October 9, 1911.
Mr. E. T. Culmer 1b spending sev
eral days In Salt Lake City on busi
ness, Mrs. Hoy Thornton presented her
husband with a new baby girl cnrly
Miss Nina Nelson of Salt Lake, has
been visiting relatives Iu Pleasant
Grovo this week.
Sample Lino or Children's, Misses'
nnd Ladles' Shoes, 33 1-3 por cent
Bitvlng at Chlpmau's Bargain Base
Mr. J. W. West, who Is teaching
school In Tooele, spent tho week end
with his Pleasant Grovo relatives.
Rumor bus 11 that Mrs. Magglo Sor
renson will bo married In tho near
future to 11 Mr. Ncllscn, u respected
resident or Heber. .
Miss Sarah Williamson, who has
been spending tho pnst thrco mouths
I with frlemls lu Southern California,
I will arrive home today.
Mrs. Harriet Gardner is suffering 1
from heart troublo and continues very '
low. Miss Hnrrlct Dyer or Salt Lako
City is here looking niter Mrs. Gard
ner. Mr. and Mrs. Abo Warburton arriv
ed rrom Achly, this week, nnd will
remain hero ror a month visiting rela
tives and putting up fruit.
Guy Richards and Rucl Adams re
turned homo this week from Mam
moth, whero they havo been spend
ing the summer. I
Miss Mary Jorgunson has been the
guest of her parents, Mr. nud Mrs,
II. Jorgonson, tho past week.
Tho stork left a baby girl nt the
homo or ThomiiB Lovell WodncBdny
morning. All concerned nro doing
Swcntws nro handy, Sweaters aro
warm. If you buy at Chlpmau's you
do yourscir no hnrni. Sample lino at
Unrgaln Ilnsoment. 3-lt
During tho dance, or any other
time, Is a good time Jo cnll nl tho
Culmer Hotel, whern sandwiches or ;
short orders nre served.
Joseph W. Thorno loaded a car or
apples In bulk thin week. Thoy were
consigned to Hancock Brothers In Salt
Miss Annie Haiton nnd Mr Thomns
Hanson or American Fork, aro sched
uled to bo mnrrled Iu tho near fu
ture. Mrs. Hannah Croxford left yester
day for Garfield, where sho will spond
tho winter with hor son, Ulanchnrd
Mrs Harry WilllamB canio lu from
Ploche, Nevada, Thursday, to visit
with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis
Mr. nnd Mrs. Isann Suudberg went
to Rexberg, Idaho, last Saturday.
Mr. Sundberg will nsslfit his brothers
In tho contracting business for a
The duck shooting season opened
Thursday morning. The bombarding
easily reminded one of the transac
tions now taking plnco on tho Gor.
man rrontler. So fur no ono has boon
arrested for exceeding tho limit. Re
ports nro thnt tho shooting wna poor.
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. F. Conklo of Ver
nal, who enmo In to attend confer
once, nro visiting with Mrs. Conkoy's
pnronts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcnson Wnl
kor. Thoy drove ovorlnnd, coming
dwon Provo canyon, and Mr. Conkey
declares that many prosperous (owiib
arc growing up like magic In tho
Flower declined 40 cents per dun. W H
drcd pounds hero last Thursday. ft H
A fine baby boy was born Monday K,
to the wife of Mr. Clifton Clark. I
The digging of sugar beets was sua- ) I H
ponded Wednesday for ono week. I
Gloomy" Dance, Smuln's Academy, j H
Friday, October 9, 1914. M I
Mr. J. F, Clark spent the early part if
of tho week In Provo on business mat- 'R
tors. H I
Roylnnce and company is filling tho Q ,
Beers building with ouIoub, sacked S I
from tho Glenson farm. 8- I
Mr. Glen Mathews, who haB been In K' I
Snlt Lnko City for the summer, nr- 8 I
rived homo Thursday. I
A saving of 2D to 33 1-3 per cent ;jr I
if you buy your Coats ,fpr Children, ftj I
Misses or Ladles at Chlpmau's Dor. 'W; I
gain Basement 3-lt n-; I
Antoite Itccker returned this week s! 1
from Snlt Lnko City, whero ho has Ml
been working for tho past two montliB. 'Jh 1
L. W. Lund left for Salt Lnko City ' Kj
Friday with bIx head of horses, which - wM
ho will exhibit lu tho State Fair. j Wl
Among tho larger nhoots Thursday ' m
morning wero 14 ducks by Davo West j
and Chnrloy Harper, and 11 by Bert nl
Olpln nnd Frod Shooll. 1
I ' J
Alexander Bullock, one of our most m
rcBpcctcd citizens, is very low, caus- 'H
1 lug anxiety among his many friends. - (jH
' Latest reports aro that ho Is n llttlo I'lmm
better. ' ViH
100 dozen Boys' and Olrls' Flcoco ' f j a
Lined Union Suits, ago 2 to 14, worth ,' jj if
7Cc to $1.00, nt Chlpmau's Bargain J: 3
Basement only 49c per suit. 3-lt i3
Guy Richards arrived homo this Jfflj
week from Cherry Creek, whoro ho , jjK
has been working this summer. Ho ' JfBJ
will take a missionary course at tho 1 jnH
II. Y. U. at Provo. ; ' JH
Tho roof has been put on tho new , (j
Tithing OfTico and Isaac Wngstaft and fit
sou of American Fork, aro now plaat- 18
crlng tho walls and colling. Tho 1- 'jjmk
I building Is n credit to tho city. '- 'JjjM
Tho organization of tho First Ward . I- ft
Y. L. M. I. A. was complotcd this 1 V .Jwl
week. Tho officers now nro Job. W. fopf, ntm
Italllday. Prosldent, with Roy Win- (r, T$l
tors and West Jacobs ns his council- r- K)M2
ors. ' jJB
Under tho dlroctlou of Murray 'UHl
Twelvos, tho county road supervisor, HH
toaniB aro hauling ihalo from tho n
Wndloy beds, surfacing tho county 1 dwg
rond between hero and American f.'jHM
Fork. . ! H
Monday, Octobor 6th, Joy Will make . HH
JIG photos for $3. CO por dozen, and I i HH
give free a largo sepia photo in lat- i HJ
est stylo foldor mount, slzo 11x17. No t j H H
studio In Snlt Lnko can mako hotter v ' jjHJ
work at any prlco Havo your Christ. j Bj
tuns plcturos mado now. 3-lt , 'J Hj
Mr. Snnt Wnlkor, who has boon suf- I (jHJ
ferlng from ulcer of tho stomach, 1 1
went to tho L. D. S. Hospital several I Hj
days this week for consultation nnd ; 9
treatment. At first It wan thought ho ; H
would hnvo to umjergo an operation, . n
however, tho doctors think ono will v I
not bo necessary. Ho Is now stopping ' J H
at the homo or IiIb daughter, Mrs. C. i R
Richie ! - B
MARTIN M. LARSON ' ; I
lIOLHltOOK BLOCK, PHOVO, UTAH " ' Jt
- 1 n 9
t wwm av TT'v nl
s 1 u r 1 : 1
at the ' iff
Coolest Place lu tho County Clean, 1 W
Comfortable Booms First Class A 1,
Sen Ice Either Regular j mfk
Meals or Short Orders J W
Pleasant Grove, Ut. ' j I fj
BASANT GROVE ROLLER MILLS -j f I
ufiutiirerH of the Finest Orndcg 0! Flour. WW
kinds of boosts for your homo town Is to alwayi - , H
Insist on having tho big C brand. '1
A. 13. COOPER, Prop. J