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AmerigaMjorg; Citizen I
I 2------ AMERICAN FOftK CITJZKtt, ' SATUimAY, JANU v . H I God Bless I The Old Folks ' the Anollo n.,,1 Opera MonHo. Wednesday was "Old Polka' nv i tXflT?- Th day ha8 oa ular holiday. The silver Band ,, out early In the day nd d.Bcourlcd pleasant rauslc. and a little while bo- for noon was at the Apollo Hall to welcome the town . veterans ,ns hoy t began to gather. Those who did not I T Vf k WOr houIed in carriages and judging from the urabera'n?ecJ Were left at home. " ,h. a J ?"" he ,d Folk8-Honor u M the Aged," was the banner that greet r,d thc,m n" " entered the hal I !vmPUy l nn thrG" hundred and fifty over the age of alxty Ml down to the four long tables that neari! filled the big ha... The tables we e ladcd '' roast chicken, mlnco pies Plum puddings and all thp accensorfes '! laMn them. President cTrk n Id grace and for nn hour the old '0,k "Joyed the repast .d chat Resident and Mrs. s. L. Chlpman it at the head of one table and bes2 them s.t Mr. and Mrs. George Anr! f?4" ?nUoseph J. Jackson of s"t Kke City, and a few others who had I Vtet ,f a'ned the " B'xty Arter the banquet the old folks wer taken to the Opera House, where Zt M enjoyed the motion nlcturnp.vL ? Hal,r ""J then:relur" to the ApoS Hn"' wher the following program was rendered: vgraai Selection by silver Band. -"silver Threads Among the Qold" ortddrdofWc,come--MnyorRa'' Male Quartette H-V-W-P Rdlng-Mrs. B; Chrfltensen. Solo Mrs. Clifford Young I J,enT,ara87PrC8,deDt S- h- Chlpman. VAltn 8o,0-p". Charles Hopkins "dress-Oeorge Margarets. " ch-Joseph J. Jackson. I Be Se,ect,on-v"K". Earl and Joseph Robinson, aged 87 wn h oldest veteran present h 'There fHaMTTii uOliM andMra. MrX. Hardy. . There wero three between 80 and m Si, nineteen between 75 and 80 and forty-two between 70 and 75. Two were present who came In 1847, five wh0 crossed the plains with tlm hand- cart company, three whoso husbands were members of the Mormon battnl- on, and fourteen who wero Black Hawk War Veterans. .The gathering was tho most largo- y "ened of any similar gathering ever held and was highly successful In every respect The committee who Hmade the reunion such an eminent success was composed of eight mem- bera from each of tho four wards, one-half of whom are ladles. John Hunter was chairman. Tho dance In tho evening was equal-' V' successful and was largely attend ed by the married folks of tho city. siiiiH n WHERE IS ' OLIVER SJOSTED? rorshtti j,roraIoy WaBj8 0 Kn-W . Sheriff East Wants to Know. In the Fourth District Court Tues .' ver Sjostcd, convicted of In toxication on appeal from tho Jus ce,8 Court of American Pork, was sentenced to pay a fine of J15. Tho mo fin(v was Imposed In tho lower urt' The motion for n now trlnl. Bud on misconduct of The Jury, was ",', In commenting on tho nfil- !' . Juror "ohort Qllchrlst rola- to being Influenced In hla vordlct M reason of tho action of other Jurors ', 1I,,,PS8 o Klvo a vordlct which ho V not bellevfi wub right, Judge Mor- ." that th0 Jry was polled t iiat Mr. Ollchrlst could then have ,'"" lh0 vordlct of guilty was Bt his verdict. or more Interest than tho nbovo is ' fnct that the prisoner cannot Tie ted, so that the fluu n,ny be col- Me"' T,ie sentence provided that In , of ,lefu"lt la paying the lino tho Woil(.r 8 to orV8 Qne (Jny ( Jn ' !.Very ,lollar "e. o that qvory W iliol Sjoatcd remains In hiding or H'D from tho olllcers one dollar Is "'etod from tho line, ami if , ln8 , u"e" locuted within fifteen days H ""' la paid and his Imprisonment V9 expired. Vo don't know Just, who Is to blamo H this extromo courtesy shown Mr. s,te(1' but H would appear tlmt the I ..4 .M r..e.,l Mcr to; n UZV""m"M "'"" " I entitled to a new trial. neST? ;JU"B0 Mor"n ve a f i , ,S'0n n"tl Betenced Sjos- ed as above. Marshal Bromley had jot be , Ifled bo 'ey hnd tho first ho learned of tho sentence t:i"rl?.E-t called up t on h?s J10 at SJ8,ed ,8 ""'2 n . . fl,ftoon-day sentence selling fi-SS SIT "" i, -o . Iflterurban Gars j Soon fo Arrive Icpot May He Lcaicd Across From Grant Hotel. manner AnJ,"tron- assistant general manager, with several others of the ForT'Ih": ""I0","' WOr ,U " Fork this week looking, up a depot 3m h r.traI ,0Catl0D8 woro "hown him, but those receiving most favor able consideration wero the Spnrtloy lhT'1e'l8torthooll'creekbed,aJ tho Chlpman corj.or, Just cast of tho Grant Hotel. While nothing definite , Was clvnn nnf I. i . . .. e wu given out. It Is understood Mr y Arma-tiroB favors the Chlpman cor- ner, though some other location may be chosen, j A depot slto has been purchased In Lchl on Third North between First f Second West streets; also one in Woaaant Orove on tho south oldo of Depot street, Just west of tho Alex Thornton home. Desirable. terminals In Baft Lako ?hncan r'PiV haVe hoei1 8ccurc(l The Salt Lake terminal 'wIM Lo used It lyuy, T SaU Lak0 & u"h "" tho Salt Lake & Ogden (BamLorger) hv8S' oTh.? ",te Waa bou8ht recently by the Salt Lako Terminal company, , a corporation owned equally by the l two electric roads, which will connect , at Suit Lako City. ' -MnArm,trong said that President lc'rwSrWsh.ptahl? jroad In this city In fivo days. They arc all steel, sixty feet long, divided Into three compartments, for baggage and express, for smoking and for gon oral passenger accommodation. Tho J cars aro gasoline motors, of ICO horse-' power, will Beat fifty-four people, and I are painted tho standard Pennsylvania railroad Indian red. Tho cost of each car Is J1C.G00. In addition to these, sovon cars will bo shortly due from Nllcs, Ohio, manufacturers, electrical ly propelled, and ofjtho samo gonernl stylo and slzo as tho gasoline motors. Mr. Armstrong says the new road will begin operations some time noxt month. Tho road Is now completed from SaU Lako City to Provo, the last gap to be filled In bolng tho brldgo ucross tho pond at the Lehl sugar factory. The line has been laid out so ns to (Continued on page .) VI DEATH OF A lS-MONTIIH-OLD 1IA11E Ono or tho 15-months-old twins, a girl, of Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Winn of Nevada, who have been visiting for tho past month nt tho homo of Mrs. Winn's pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Sager, died Monday aftor" n brlof illness, duo to stomach troublo. Punornl sorvicos woro hold from the First Ward mcotinghouso Wednesday at 2 o'clock, Bishop James T. Gardner conducting tho services, Tho sponk rs woro nishop Gardner, James Orant, Abo Greenwood and John Whip plo of Lehl. Appropriate musical uumbers wero given by Beryl Feathor alone, Mary Martin, John II. Davis and n quartette by James Martin and oth ers. Interment In city cemetery. o . CALENDAR FAKEItS. Tho public should look out for rep resentatives of tho Hayes Lithograph ing company, makers of calenders. One of tholr representatives wna In American Fork three months ngo and gavo the "exclusive agency" to sov orol different people hero to sell tholr goods. Tho parties paid $10 each for this exclusive agency and" now find that duplicate agencies wuro estab lished. Evidently tho company wns uftor tho deposit money and not uftor or ders. At any rate, the people are warned not to pay any money down on prospective orders. jA Cirntfft Lirary fir kmkm Firk -"" '. .ii Committees Now at Wart Feeling Oat the People's Seatlments. ' 'li -Shall American Pork have a ffrcrL public library? Thla quuesflon wlfi I soon bo put up to the people ifntf should receive their niost earnest.con"-' slderatlou. A church committee 'has neon appointed to look after the" niat 1 Jor; nlBO ono from tho Civic Imprevgf I mpiit Lcnguo will soon be at work an I co-opooto with the one from th I churcji, The mayor and members ofi I the city council all favor such an ln stltutlon, so thot It seems that all thai I is necosanry now Is to perfect an or I Enulzntion and get down to active I work. " sl I Andrew Carnoglo lias a fund coif4 I slsting of millions which Is used- t? I build froo public libraries and sentl'J I niont scorns to favor tho complying I with conditions that wlll'secure some I of these funds, u is understood that I Carnegie funds are available for Am . orlcnn Fork for the erection of a sult I 0 m ,bu,Id,n Providing tho citizens- I will furnish a suitable slto and guar I untco a certain nmount annually for I oxponsos and molntanenco. ' lr Sovorn. cities In Utah havo availed LI themselves of tho Carnegie funds, ,aV 1 so a good mony cities In other atate. I . Severn! cities in Utah' hare for ll ! years maintained freo public librar ies. Ll, city has ona maintained at the city's expense and onlytfik week voted floo fbr new booka. T The recent application for a license to open a pool hall hero has probably given n now Impetus to tho library movement At present there Is no public place whore young men may ipend a few leisure moments uu.os; S??,t0 sU"d tbeTldownlks, whittle sticks and make remarks or 1 roLPa,8SM8 by' ft haspractlcally come to tho point of shall tho pool -.alls with Thdr lhlek tobacco J .a nndeslrable surroundfngs b opened up. or shall a public llbrar? with its dally papers, monthly mil' azlnes and volumes of Informal I be established. T, I .There are sevor'al desirable loca I tons, unliable and It Is understood J ''r'S.rTTmtwTlM'iTome ' coa- I vonlcnt site whore it will bo a per- I potual present Invitation for tho boys I to como In off tho streots. I Tho question of a gymnasium is I also being ndvocated but should not I doter tho work of going after the I iCnrneglo library. Let tho good work I go on. " , II "U' AT THE TIlfcATRES. The American Fork pub'le nro no doubt pleased to learn Hint tho cele brated actress, Mrs. Fiskc, will appear at tho Orient Theatro In her much loved roll of Teas In "Tcss of the D'UrborylllcB," on Monday night noxt, January 20. This is surely a. mnstorplcce In photoplay, and duo credit should bo i given tho management of tho Orient for liyidlng such ns has but a fow weeks back been tho talk of all Salt Lako. ' It Is understood the nlHnrn i 111 fivo parts and thnt thoro will bo no ndvanco In prices. It Is to bo hop ed wo will havo some more of such In tho near future. I I Tho Opera Houso management are I giving extra good picturo shows each I night, filling in onco In nwhllo with a I raod show. The Adams Stock com- I pany prosoiUed "Don Caosnr De I Bazan" Wcdnosdny night to u fair siz- I cd audience, nnd Thursday night "My I Partnor." Of course at times overy I houso Is llablo o get "stung" in book- I Ing traveling shows, but Mr. Beck says I nothing but tho best will bo nllowrd I to- perform there, and In tho near fu- I turo Amgrlcan Fork will ho receiving I somo of tho best theatrical troupes on I tho road. I With the two theatres running overy I night (oxcopt Sundays) and tho Ap- I olio Hnll giving .one. two and some- I times throo of its excollent dances a I wcok, thoro should bo plenty of I amusoinont for nil, not only for our I cltlzons, but for nearby communities. I o 4 Mr. Kugeno HoboVts'nnd Mr. A. II. I Gibson havo completed their washing I device In coimectlon with tholr sugar I centrirugnl machluo. Having obtnlned I patento thoy hnvo put some In Cuba, I Cnnadn and one In ovory tfugnr factory I the United States. Somo of our I local towiiBmon hold slock. Tho com- I pany woro unablo to pay n dlyldond In I J8U on ijecount of tho lienvyvoxponBo I but thoy expect to pay good dlvldonds I during 19H, " NUMBER 41. H I THE I I MONARCH I IS KING I : King Over All Other Steel Ranges I I We have just unloaded a car of Mon- I I ..3Pn Steel Ranges-Tbey are Simply I I beauties-The Monarch saves you 10 to I I A per cent in fuel alone, say nothing of I I ' the Pieasure it gives vou to cnhlc ,iA : I If. We buy direct from the manufacturers I I i; which saves you. the middle man's profit. I I ttiH I'llBr-iiHiM H w' l rw JZjaBSSSE'B'BBiBamUimMm JH IT W A iCln W' l 1H I '' v JmA If A iff ik aaBasMBkEcaHS yyvf i 'iH MAJc ptn ryCvvMmaHJmJhPtf s Pleasure enters tneliome Monarch Malleable Range is iniS, -J Looking comfort enters with the MONARCH, and 1 HB kitchen drudgery departs with the old rnnLr.lf I I It is surely a genuine pleasure to be the possessor of a I I I MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE I I . The polished (op of the MONARCH We have every confidence in the I I never needs blacking. The smutty, MONARCH. Actual experience has I jfl I mussy task of blacking a stove is shown us that it will make good all I H I done away with. Unnecessarily the conipliniontary things that we "' I H I large coal hills are a tiling of the could say ofit. I Past as well as the worry .Wo invTto y6u (o cM ' I 1 I nd tnnta attendant upon JjlV afford t,s the opportnnitv I I the operation of the ordi- SH of Bliowing you U,o MOW- I s' I nary stove or range. Thorough de" ARCH in overy detail and Qxplain- I I )endence can he. placed in the ing just how and why it will save I I I MONAI?CH. ' money, time and labor. Lot us show I ' I It will give splendid satisfactory you tho Monarch Duplox Draft tho I I btervico three times a day for years Hot Bln8t Firo Box tho Trill .' ' I and years to como, saving its first Wa" Construction'- thfi Po" 'I K I , l'op and many other advantages I W I cost over nnd over again hv if q nn ', ? " b u yusac- and convonioncos that will appeal to 'M E tual saving of fuel. ,, . M . ' ' 18 I tho economical housowifc. I -rWI " i- 'r- I '4 D Chipman Mercantile I Company 1 American Fork, Utah I 1 HIWBMBMi 9lil ' "i 1 HBb '