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I SATUKDAY, MAH0I1 6, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. I
SCHOOL BOARD SESSION
The Alplno School Hoard met In
H i regular session Tuesday, March 2nd.
H A committee of school patrons from
fl ,. Manila watt present nml asked that
H rf tho hoard hurry along the work o(
H, placing drinking water In the Ma.
H nlla schools.
H A commlttco from Alpine met with
B' tlie board In referenco to Improve.
B' ments In the A'plno schools. The
H ) hoard was favorable to the rccoiumen-
H ' y' datlons of the committee.
B if Tlie same teachers' contract used
!' last year was recommended by the
superintendent as the one for next
I year. It Is naid that the one adopted
. by the Alpine district is one of Uie
hl best in tho state for nil concerned.
ITho contract was accepted by tlie
board, with one correction, piovldlng
' that nil teachers must attend the U.
H A salary schedule was recommended
B by he superintendent and was accept-
m ( ed by tho Uoaid. It will bo discussed
fl, ', by the teacherB of tho district at a
' meeting they will hold In the near fu.
Hil turc. They will bo nskod to accept
K It, but it Is not yet known what their
j ) declsloiis will bo The board will
BHi . meet again Tuesday, Maich lfith.
Mi MICKIE SAYS
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Bk; HW Wv?ta'TW0n NMflN F6R Pr
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H! HS PEET OVi OVJP. VAPOa.ttO
1 NEg. M'feETCHK PQ3SUJXEIM
New Use for Plate Glass.
BHuw The acoustic properties of u Detroit
BH church have been Improved by (lie nso
BMt of n plate gins' sounding board sin-
BH; pended over the pulpit.
To seo "Illg Hill" Hart ride, shoot
and rope steers In a Western photo,
play, Is a delight. Thoro uro fow
cow punchers In tho West who havo
Win. S. Hart's skill In these accom
plishments and when they are seen In
n motion picture play, tho real thing
Is reproduced. In his new picture,
"Dreed of Men" which will be shown
at the Itealart theatre Saturday, Mr.
Hart discloses his ability to ride,
shoot and rope as few men are nble
"The Poor Rich Man," Is the first
production In which tho popular co
stars, Francis X. Uushman and Hov.
erly llayno will be seen on tho screon
3lnco their marriage. This play, which
will be shown nt tho Itealart theatre
on Monday is a five act romance of
nn up-to-date young couple.
Tuesday night will bo shown "Tho
Two-Smiled Woman" at the Itealart.
If you want to find what a dub Is
really like, see "The Dub," the pic.
turc In which Wallace Hold will ap
pear at the Realnrt theatre net Wed.
nesday. Oddly enough, In the end,
the star proves that he Isn't n dub
after all and the story rounds out
Into a decidedly Interesting series of
complications with n surprising fin
ish (icrnldlnc Farrnr's second Goldwyn
Picture. "Tho Hell Cat," which cornea
to the Itealart theatre, ThurDday and
Friday Is not nlono a powerful story.
Il provides the stnr with a colorful,
highly dramatic role as well.
Sho is Pnuchn O'llilen, half.Spnn
tr.it and half Irish, with all the con
liadlrtlons this mixture Implies Her
father Is a Wyoming sheep raiser and
Panthn Is loved by Jock Webb, the
sheriff Jim Dlko n well.to-due cat
tleman, covets the girl, but she will
have none of him. When ho sees Pan.
elm favoring tho sheriff ho determines
to conquer her. To show thnt ho has
tho upper hand, Dike, n squaw-man,
oidcrs his Mexicans to cut tho throats
of O'Hrlon's sheep. Tho animals are
sl"ln, but l'nncha surprises ,tho men
boforo they can"08capet"' j
Dlko nnnouncfl to Pnnchafnut ho
has como to take her away, Sho puts
up a furious fight, scratching, biting
and kicking; and living up tn hrr nob
rlnqiiet of "Tho Hell Cat." Hut DJIw
overpowers hor, binds her and cr.rilcs
her nway on his horse. Then nu- ippii
set fire to tho ranch.
wi: piii.vr nrrrTEK tritAiTints.
HBMw 'n H
K I . 1
j I Alpine School District 1
m Far Behind I
mi I 1
B I The Alpine School District has not kept ej
Hj j I Pace with other districts in Utah and the pre-
H. pi sent needs are urgent and many. e
' ' I
Hfj $ The following comparisons are offered. m
H; 1 I BUILDINGS SINCE CONSOLIDATION, 1915
H I . 1 School 1
Mk 1 District Amt. Population
H.v'j I Alpine $ 4().:; 522-t I
H 1 I Box Ehler 121,122 0(578
H ' k Cliche 95,077 50 K5 I
m I Carbon G32.'!!) r,3 '
H - k
H g Jordan 188,449 5804
H I Davis 140,409 ,'M80 I
H j I Orimitu 245,203 7700
H,v I Nubo .'8,158 54:55 1
H :' I BuUdings, 19134915 I
H' I Alpine $ 05,000 5224 k
Hi ll Nr(!,,) 200,000 5i:w I
' ri i
V I I
H I DO WE WANT OUR SCHOOLS RUN IN
H i KEEPING WITH SURROUNDING DIS-
H t TRICTS, IF SO WE MUST MAKE NE-
HrVB I CESSARY IMPROVEMENTS. I
Special Bond Election
Pnbllo Notice of Alpine Schoel Ws.
Irlct Special Hond EleetloR Called
by (ho Hoard of Education of Alpine
School District, Utah Coanly, Stale
of Utah, to Ims Held SatHriay, the
201h day of March, A. 1), H
PUHUC NOTICE IS HEnEDY GIV
EN that tho Hoard of Education of
Alpine School Dlntrlct, Utah County,
State of Utah, a County School Dis
trict of tho First CIbbh within naid
County, pursuant to law and requis
ite corporate action, has called and
hereby calls a special election of
tfuch qualified elector of said
School District an shall havo paid a
property tax therein In the year pro.
ceding rucIi election, to be held with.
In said District on Saturday, tho 20th
day of March, 1920, at which election
there shall bo submitted to the clcc
tors qualified as aforesaid tho follow
ing proposition, to-wlt:
"Shall tho Hoard of Education of 1
Alpine School District of Utah Coun-
ty, State of Utah, for tho purpose 1
of ralslnj; money for purchasing
school sites, for building ono or mora
school houses and supplying theamc(
with furniture and necessary appar.
ntus, nml for improving tho grounds, j
bo empowered to Issue, negotiate and
sell bonds of such district to an
amount aggregating tho principal sum
of Two Hundred, Sixty Five Thousand
Dollars ($205,000.00,) comprised of
bonds In tho denomination of $1,000 0)
each, bearing Interest of not oxccdlng
the rate of flvo per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually, and which
bonds sluill be payable not more than
twenty years from their datoT"
Said election shall bo held In tho
five school representative preclucts
and tho polling plaices within tlie
said precincts nnd tho judges who
havo been appointed to conduct tho
election In tho several prcinct's arc
as follows, to.wlt:
KKl'KESENTATIVE SCHOOL IMIE.
CIXCT, NO. 1.
Vollng Precinct Proro Bench
Polling Placo rr- Spencer hool
Building. Judgm of Election, Dean
McK wan, James A. Ivelcss, Jr., Fred
Votlnir Precinct PIcnsant Vlow
Polling Place Pago School Hulld
Ing. Judges of Election, H. Walker,
Fred Ferguson, Fannie Hnnnett
Vol In-,' Precinct T.nke Ylew.
Polling Placo Lake View School
Huildlng. Judges of Election. U John
Nuttnll, Hn. Win. Taylor, I). J llecs.
Yollng Prcclnrl Yluejnrd.
Polling Place Vineyard School
Huildlng. Judges of Election, Rnmucl
Blake, Elmer Holdaway, M. O. Minor.
UKPKESKNTATIVK .SCHOOL PItE
CINCT, NO. 2.
Voting Precinct Pleasant flrmo
Polling Place High School Iluild.
lug. Judges of Election, C. D. Harpor,
Wilford Wnmlck. A. II. Iwc
ItEPHESENTATlVE SCHOOL PHE
CINCT, NO. 3.
Vollnu' Prcclnrl American Pork.
Polling Place American Fork City
Hall. Judges of Election, Alma How
loy, J. H. Forties, E. B. Hawkins.
HKPIIKSENTATIVE SCHOOL PRE
CINCT, NO. I.
Yollng Precinct I.ehL
Polling Placo High School HuUd.
lug. Judges of Election, Henry I.owls,
J. J. Oill. Win. T Taylor.
UEPItESENTATIYi: SCHOOL PHE-
CINCT, NO. fi.
Voting Products -Alpine and Highland
Polling Placo Alplno City Hall.
Judges of Election, Arthur Forbes,
Hunj. Hatos, James Ii. Smith
Voting Precinct Ccdnr Port.
Polling Place Cedar Fort Cymnas.
Iiun. Judges of Election, Wiu. Hank.
Ing. Jas Chamberlain, Sr., Wm. Elton,
Voting Precinct Fairfield.
Polling Placo Full field Gymnas
ium. Judges of Election, Warren Car.
son. Jas A Carson, Ceorgo Flack,
Tho voting at such election shall
bo by ballot; the ballots to bo used
upon tho question submitted will bo
furnished by tho Clerk of the School
District to tho Judges of Election, to
bo by them furnished to tho otcrs.
Tho polls will bo open at each of
said polling places nt tho hour of
soven o'clock A. M. of said duy and
will bo kept open until nnd will bo
'closed nt tho hour of seven o'clock
I P. M. of said day.
j No porson shall bo permitted to
jvoto ut tho said election unless ho
itihall bo a registered voter, residing
In tho school representative district
in which ho offers to vote nnd shall
havo paid a property tax In nald
School District In the year preced
ing Hiirh election.
IN WITNESS WIIEUEOF, thu Hoard
of Education of Alplno School DIs.
trlct, I'tuh County, State of Utah, bos
caused this notice to bo given as ru
! quired by law this 28th day of Feb
ruary, A D , 1920
S I GOODWIN,
President Hoard of Education
I w-A-I-S-T-S I
I in Georgette and Crepe-de-Chene, I
IMFand net at $3.981
A wonderful assortment of beautiful plain and two tone GEORGETTE, ' I
Orepe-de-Ohene and Net Waists, now on display and ready for your selection.
I These are the most wonderful values ever put before the people in this vicinity. We
I advise early selections as this assortment will be picked up quickly at this redic-
iously LOW PRICE OF $3.98.
I Ladies' Suits I
I Another large shipment just received, featuring all the new styles to be worn I
for spring. Exclusive models direct from New York City, AT I
$24.75, $29.75, $32.50, $34,75, $39.75, $42,50 I
New Spring Coats I
All the new fabrics, colors and styles are shown. NO TWO ALIKE, at I
$17.50, $22.50, $27.50, $32.50, $34.75, $39.75, $42.50. I
Trimmed Street Hats I
New Spring shipment JUST IN, in all the new fine and coarse straw effects, I
very pretty, new patterns and colors, DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, at I
$1.98, $2.49, $2.98, $3.49, $3.98. S
J. C. Penney Co. I
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH. I
of Alplno School District, Utah
M. E. KAIlTCHNElt, JR.,
Clerk, of Hoard of Education
lot Alpine School District, Utah
County, Utah. (SEAL)
j First Publication Feb. 28, 11)20.
U-ist Publication March 13, 1920
Home Missionary Appoint
ments in the Alpine Stake
for Sunday, March
James M. Grant , ,.
., ,, Cedar Vhlley
Geo. II. Hanson - '
Jacob Chrlstenaon.... ri.ii..
.... .. , Lenl lit
U. J. Ii. Merck
Jens P. Fuqnl Lob, 2u(
Wm. J. Culllmore, Jrj in 3r(j
Wm. II. Dlttmore...
Stanley n. Hnrrli.... I-ehl 4tb
Alma Itadmatl Highland
A. P. Wnmlck
Joseph Qlpln AIpnep
I.no W. Goates Am. Fork 1st
N. O. Malun
Virgil II. Peterson... Am. Fork 2nd
Goorgo Klrkham Am. Fork 3rd
William Hndflolil Am. Fork 4th
John Petereson Manila
Wm. U Smith PI. Giovo 1st
Lewis P. Cameron...
Honry Moyle jj, 0rovo 2ui
P. M. Kelly i'l. Orov 3rd
E. Iloas Huckwaltor.. Llndon 1st
Ilynini M. Hlackhursl
Geo. F. Shelley l'",u0n 2lld
Wayne C. Ilooth
GTEPHEN L. CIIIP.MAN,
JAMES II. CLARKE,
AUEL JOHN EVANS,
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wiltes Georgo F. Danlols, Hnrdwlck,
Vt. Mr. Daniels Is proprietor of tho
I lard wick Inn, one of the model hotels
of New Eugluud.
Did Not Authorize
U. S. Attorney General Did Not Authorize State
ment Issued By Inter-Mountain Beet Growers In Regard,
to Withholding of Contracts Until Investigation Had
TELEGRAM EXPLAIN MATTER
American Fork citizens, no doubt, observed in tlio
De.seret News a statement made by Mr. Patterson and
his associates that tlie Attorney General tit Washington
had advised tho farmers not to sign contracts with tho
sugar companies until an investigation had boon con
dueled. 1 immediately sent the telegram below to
Washington and received the, reply printed here, says
Salt iJiko City. Utah.
February 25, 1020.
Tltl'MAN (! PALMER,
!)01 I'liion Trunt Illdg.,
Washington, I). ('.
Reported here by President of Inter-Mountain Heet Growers
Association not to sign rugar company beet contracts until Invrstl.
gatlon by the coveruinont Into prlco of beets Is completed. Will you
pie-Mo nscuitnln from Attorney General If Mr. Palmer Is eonectly
quoted mid wire mo.
(Signed) MERRILL NIHLEV.
HRlCh 03 Illuo February 2C, 1920.
SM WASHINGTON. I). C. 12.39 P. M. 20
Assl.l'int Gen. Mgr. Utah. Idaho Sugar Co., Salt Uike City, Utah
Attorney General out of town am authorized by Assistant Attorney
Genual who was pit'sent at roufoiuiico between Attorney General
nml Growers lonrcHimtctltcB to say that Attorney General Authorized
no xt'itcinciu whatover. Thero being no statute nuthoilzlng them
to net thry cm still determined not to Interfere in tho fixing of price
of bectn pe" ton us between the mnuufactuier mid tho icrowor.
(Sighed) HARRY A. AUSTIN.
Assistant General Manager.